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At the Immigration Counter 入境柜台Customs Officer:Passport and disembarkation card, please.海关人员:请出示您的护照和入境登记表。David:Here you are.戴维:给您。Customs Officer:What is you purpose of visiting?海关人员:你来的目的是什么。David:Sightseeing.戴维:我是来观光的。Customs Officer:How long are you staying here?海关人员:你打算在这里待几天?David:Nine days.戴维:9天。Customs Officer:All right. Thank you.海关人员:好的,谢谢! /201411/345367。

Body size,not gender,determines how much you sweat, according to a new study published on Thursday. 根据周四发表的一项研究,决定出汗多少的是体型,而不是性别。This might help explain why larger people,typically men,tend to perspire more during exercise or in warm conditions. 这可能有助于解释为什么体型大的人,通常是男性,在运动或温暖的条件下出汗更多。The studys lead author explained that gender has long been thought of as a large influencer in sweat and skin blood flow during heat stress. 该研究的主要作者解释说,性别一直被认为在热应力中对汗水和皮肤血流量具有很大影响。However, the study showed that heat loss responses are dependent on the ratio of surface area to body mass, and unrelated to gender.然而,研究表明,热损失的反应是依赖于表面面积与身体质量的比例,和性别无关。译文属。201702/494781。

It’s so huge through out the career, So, thank you,thank you,love you guys所有的一切对我的职业生涯的影响非常之大,非常感谢,爱你们To my coaches,the coach Odom,who give me oppotuinty感谢我的教练奥多姆,他给了我机会some kid in island who shouldn’t be here来自小岛的我,本不应该站在这里but he give mea chance,thank you但是他给了我机会,谢谢你To Pop, We are all a part of the puzzle谢谢——波波教练,我们是一盘散沙You guys put it together是你们把我们凝聚在一起Were out here every year我们每一年都很有竞争力with wining,and winning championships, and creating atmosphere我们取胜,我们夺冠,营造和谐的团队气氛that wed like to take some credit for but you guys put together,thank you我们想想说是我们的功劳,但是你们把这些凝聚到了一起,谢谢你们thank you, coach Pop, for being more than a coach谢谢你,波波教练,你不仅仅是一名教练I love KK, for being more like a father to me, thank you一个球迷忘情大喊,KK,爱死你这个糟老头了,对我来说,你更像是一位父亲,谢谢你I won a lot of bets tonight今晚我赢了好多赌注I didnt wear jeans我今天没穿牛仔裤I wore a sports coat而且我今天穿了运动外套I didnt wear a tie, bunch of people do that但我没扎领带,别人通常会扎领带I spoke for more than 30 seconds还有我讲话超过了30秒Thank you San Antonio. Thank you感谢圣安东尼奥,感谢大家更多精内容请关注微信公众号:篮球英文堂 新浪微:篮球英文堂201612/484503。

听力参考文本(文本与音频不全一致,敬请谅解):Theyre called ;transplant tourists.; In need of an organ transplant but lacking a donor, they travel to countries where human organs are available for purchase on the black market. The organs they buy are harvested from the poorest of the poor, those who are most desperate for money. Often, after the organs are taken, the promised payments are never made.Monir Moniruzzaman is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Michigan State University. Hes studied the sales of organs by people trapped in extreme poverty and was invited to the Vatican to participate in a summit on organ trafficking.Moniruzzaman told us the problem started in 1971 with the development of the drug cyclosporine, which prevents organ rejection. Since then, in the ed States and other countries, the number of organs legally donated has fallen far short of the increased demand.;There is a big waiting list, often it is five years or so,; Moniruzzaman said. ;So to bypass this waiting list, some of the recipients, they are going overseas and they are having the transplantation done in those countries. So that’s why the black market is flourishing, for the last three decades or so.;Advances in medical science have only worsened the issue, as more organs have become transplantable. Originally the black market consisted only of kidneys. More recently, liver lobes have become available. Moniruzzaman described one case in which a poor woman wanted to sell one of her corneas.While selling organs is illegal in nearly every country on Earth, limiting the black market can be difficult, especially when most buyers come from abroad. Moniruzzaman explained one way of dealing with the problem that doesn’t require any legal intervention: simply increase the number of legal donors. Spain, for instance, has a ;presumed consent; system where those who don’t want to be donors must opt out. That leads to higher levels of organ donation than in countries like the U.S., which has an opt-in system.Misconceptions and fears about organ donation also limit the number of donors.During his visit to the Vatican, Moniruzzaman hopes to enlist the help of the Pope to increase the level of donation in the U.S. and around the world.;If Pope Francis calls for organ donation, more and more people will step forward, which will reduce the black market for organ trafficking,; he said.Listen to our full interview with Monir Moniruzzaman, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Michigan State University, above.201702/490885。

迷你对话:A:Susan is going to get a divorce.Susan要离婚了。B:How do you know that?你怎么知道的?A:She told me that she has a quarrel last nigh, and she left this morning,bag and baggage.她昨天告诉我和Peter吵了一架,今天早上就把东西全部带走了。B:Oh, I see. But I think you are making a fuss. They will make it up. Bet it.哦,我知道了。不过我觉得你有点大惊小怪了。他们会和好的。我确信。地道表达:bag and baggage讲解:该习语为军事用语,指;士兵的随身行李和财物;。现在隐申为;带着全部东西,完全地,彻底地;。持范例:Eg.Her tenant left, bag and baggage, without paying the rent.她的房客未付房租就带着全部财物离去了.Eg.Last week he cleared out bag and baggage;the room is now quite empty.上周他把所有东西都搬走了,那房子如今空空如也。Eg.The house was vacated bag and baggage in a matter of hours.这幢房子在几个小时里就全部腾出来了。Eg.All right, if you wont pay the rent, out with you, bag and baggage!好吧,要是你不付房租,就收拾起你的东西滚吧!词海拾贝:1.have a quarrel:吵架Eg.He is good - nature and have never have a quarrel with anyone他脾气很好,从不和任何人争吵Eg.Every time you two have a quarrel the work gets delayed, and its usually he who has to pick up the pieces.每次你们俩吵架,总要把工作耽搁下来,而往往是他来收拾残局。2.make a fuss:大惊小怪,小题大做Eg.You shouldnt make all that fuss about so simple a matter.这么简单的事,你不该那么大惊小怪。Eg.Why do you always make a fuss over a trivial things?只是点风吹草动, 你怎么就大做文章?3.make up:和解Eg.The separated couple couldnt make it up.那对分居的夫妻不可能和解。Eg.After their long argument the two brothers made it up.长期争吵之后,兄弟俩终于和解了。3.get a divorce:离婚4.bet it:确信Eg.You look great in these shoes. I bet it.我敢肯定您穿着这双鞋真好看。Eg.Its still in this room, I bet it. Let me help you find it.我肯定它还在这间屋里。我帮你找。特别说明:该节目中的迷你对话选自《脱口说英语》之口语习语大全,讲解部分为可可编辑原创。 /201206/185175。

当别人遇到不好的事情时,身为朋友的你一定要表示一下安慰和同情。这些话用英语该怎么说呢?我们来看下面的例子。 1. My cat passed away yesterday.我的猫昨天死了。Oh really? I’m so sorry to hear that.不是吧?真很遗憾。 2. I didn’t get the job.我没得到那份工作。Don’t worry. It’s their loss.别丧气,那只是他们的损失而已。 3. I failed my driving test.我驾照没考过。Never mind. Better luck next time.别担心,下次会通过的。 4. I didn’t get into the university I wanted.。我没被那所期盼已久的学校录取。Oh dear, I know you tried your best.宝贝,你已经尽力了。 5. My father passed away last month.我父亲上个月去世了。Oh no, our deepest sympathy to you and your family.我们向你和你的家人致以最深刻的哀悼。 6. I missed making the A-Team by one point.我以一分之差输给了A组。That’s really unlucky.真的是很不幸。 7. I don’t seem to fit in here.我好像不适应这儿。I’m sure things will improve, try to stick it out.我相信经过磨练之后你可以的。 8. I hope it will be sunny for the wedding.但愿婚礼那天天气不错。Don’t worry, things can only get better.别担心,一切都会好的。 9. Bob got fired.鲍勃被解雇了。Oh, poor thing!哦!太惨了!Oh, poor baby!哦,可怜的孩子!Ah, poor Bob!啊,可怜的鲍勃! 10. I know how you feel.My wife left me.我妻子离开了我。Mine, too. I know how you feel.我也是,我了解你的感受。I understand the way you feel.I really sympathize with you.我真的同情你。 /201209/200587。