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芜湖市妇幼保健院男科芜湖市镜湖区妇幼保健人民男科中医院治疗阳痿多少钱大家好,欢迎来到脑筋转转转,我是你们的朋友Magi,首先我们来回顾一下上期的问题,What kind of clothes last the longest?什么衣穿得最久?你们想到的是什么呢?让我来告诉大家正确吧~,是underwear,是内衣because it never worn out.因为它永远不会穿在外面不穿在外面当然就不容易破也就穿得最久了~Worn out 它的意思为,穿坏,磨损,穿在外面例如My blue trousers have been worn out.我的蓝裤子已经穿破了(穿坏) This pair of horseshoes has to be changed; it worn out.这副马蹄铁该换了,都磨光了(磨损) ,在because it never worn out.中,worn out 为第三种意思穿在外面下面留给大家一个脑筋急转弯,How do you punctuate the following sentence?I saw a 0 bill on the ground.你看到下面这个句子怎么给它加上标点?我看到地上有一百块钱大家看到地上有一百块钱会有什么样的反应呢?明天将为你揭晓~谢谢你的收听,下期节目见! 87芜湖治疗尖锐湿疣哪里好 听力相关文本如下:The teacher who falls in loveFrancis Fremont Smith is Executive Director at the ed Foundation China’ Health.Her China story goes back many years, to the time US President Nixon made his historic visit in 197. Inspired by the future relationship she could see between both countries Fran decided to study Chinese. Starting first at the Connecticut College on Chinese and Asian Studies she moved to Hong Kong in 1978 on a Yale China Program to study at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.She came to China, walking across the border at Lo Wu – there were no through trains and also no Shenzhen like we know today! Her travels took her up to Hangzhou, Beijing and on to Changchun where she taught English. After two years Fran moved down to Beijing, where she worked at the Academy Agricultural Mechanization Sciences. She also worked part time at a branch college of then eign Languages Institute. It was then that life Fran really changed – she met her husband there! A Chinese national, he was teaching English at the school.Their relationship – one of the earliest Chinese-eign marriages of that period. As this was a time when there were very few westerners living and working in China, there were problems and challenges on both sides, which they successfully overcame.Their marriage was documented by the National Geographic in one of their TV series called ‘Four Americans in China’. Fran’s programme was a love story, ‘The Teacher who falls in Love’! She had found two loves – her husband and China!Track oneI really wanted to work with younger kidsI was able to get a job teaching at a high school to collegeOut at BaidaiziI was teaching extra-curricular activities at that schoolThat’s the link – your husband was a teacherHe is from Harbin – at that point he was a teacher at the same schoolWe were both in the English Department togetherI am looking at the photograph of the two of youWas that a wedding photograph – that is our wedding photograph?January 198Dressed in our ‘Mao jackets’ with our red rosesSo different to the wedding photographs you see now all around BeijingDefinitely simpler timesI do not think our wedding cost us all that much moneyWe had to wrap up candy to give to friends and familyWe had more of a civil ceremony in those daysIt was quite an operation to get permission to get married in those daysWas it difficult having a relationship – going out together?As eigner with ChineseTechnically that answer is YesNeedless to say we would draw a lot of attentionOne of our first dates was out to the Summer PalacePeople would see us together and obviously follow us and wonder what was going onI had a mutual colleague who was gayHe also needed some cover so everybody thought he and I were boyfriend and girlfriendSo he was going off with his friends and I was getting to know my husband, my fiancé, a little betterQuestions1. What was Fran doing in her early days in Beijing?. Which department was her future husband in?3. When did they marry?. What did they give as wedding gifts to friends?5. What was difficult at first in the relationship?Track twoHow did his parents react to you marrying him, a Chinese?He was brought up with his aunt and grandparents and his older sisterHis parents and older siblings were still in HarbinHis parents did not have any issue but his aunt was a little bit hardShe was very traditional and he would marry a Chinese wife who would take care of herWhen I was living in Guangzhou - people said it was very difficult a eigner to marry a Chinese girlThe ancestors – continuing the family line – which would be broken of it were a Chinese and eignerWe never really had any issue of that discussionConsidering this was new his family they pretty much welcomed me with open armsThe interesting thing about the process was that the Chinese insisted I had never been married beeI had to do that – to get a certificate through the British Embassy to say I had never been marriedThose days none of the embassies had that much experience with thisThere was no m to fill out at the embassySo my family in America had to go through the State Department in the State of MassachusettsTo prove I had never been married in the State of MassachusettsGet the red stamp from the official government staffThen we had to have all of this translated and notarised and approved by the Chinese governmentBee they would allow us to get officially marriedQuestions1. Why was her husband’s aunt a bit hard about the marriage?. What would people in southern China think?3. What about his family in Harbin?. What did Fran have to prove?5. Where did she get the certificate from? 66芜湖小孩包皮手术费用

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