成都市第六医院看病贵么平安指南

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8个月后, 邦妮再一次从俄怀明来到我们医院这回, 与她同行的是头新养的健康小克莱德-一条9个月、充满活力与爱心的、与谍犬混种的猎邦妮的生活又掀开了新的一页Soul to SoulI worked at the Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital as a counselor1) in the Changes Program. We help people deal with the experience of losing a pet, whether through illness, accident or euthanasia). One time, I had a client named Bonnie, a woman in her mid-fifties. Bonnie had driven an hour and a half to see if the doctors at the hospital could do anything to help her fourteen-year-old black standard poodle, Cassandra, affectionately called Cassie. The dog had been lethargic3) a week or so and seemed to be confused at times. She had been told earlier that morning by neurologist Dr. Jane Bush that Cassie had a brain tumor) that could take Cassie’s life at any time. Bonnie was devastated5) to learn that her companion animal was so ill. That was when Bonnie was introduced to me. The Changes Program often helps people while they wrestled with the difficult decision of whether to euthanize a pet or let nature take its course. Bonnie had graying, light-brown wavy hair that she pulled back into a large barrette. She had sparkling light blue eyes that immediately drew my attention, and there was a calmness about her that told me she was a person who thought things through, a woman who did not make hasty decisions. twenty years, Bonnie had been married to a man who mistreated her. Bonnie had tried many, many times to leave him, but she just couldn’t do it. Finally, when she turned ty-five years old, she found the courage to walk away. She and Cassie, who was four years old at the time, moved to Laramie, Wyoming, to heal the old hurts and begin a new life. Cassie loved her and needed her and, Bonnie, the feeling was mutual. There were many rough times ahead, but Bonnie and Cassie got through them together. Six years later, Bonnie met Hank, a man who loved her in a way that she had never been loved. They were married one year later. Their marriage was ripe with discussion, affection, simple routines and happiness. Bonnie was living the life which she had always hoped. One morning, Hank was preparing to leave work at his tree-trimming6) service. As always, he and Bonnie embraced one another in the doorway of their home and acknowledged out loud how blessed they were to have each other. Bonnie worked at home that day rather than going into her office, where she held a position as an office assistant. Late in the afternoon, her phone rang. When she picked it up, she heard the voice of the team leader who headed the search-and-rescue service which Bonnie was a volunteer. Bonnie was often one of the first volunteers called when someone was in trouble. That day, Margie told her a man had been electrocuted7) on a power line just two blocks from Bonnie’s house. Bonnie dropped everything, flew out of her house and jumped into her truck. When Bonnie arrived at the house, she saw an image that would be engraved in her mind the rest of her life. Her beloved Hank hung lifelessly from the branches of a tall cottonwood tree. All of the training that Bonnie had received about safely helping someone who has been electrocuted left her. She wasn’t concerned about her own safety. She had to do everything she could to save Hank. She just had to get him down. She grabbed the ladder stowed in her truck, threw it up against the house and began climbing. Bonnie crawled onto the top of the roof and pulled Hank’s body out of the tree toward her. Miraculously, even though she touched his body, which was touching the power line, she was not electrocuted herself. She pulled Hank onto the brown shingles of the roof and cradled his head in the crook of her arm. She wailed as she looked at his ashen8) face. His eyes stared out into the bright blue Wyoming sky. He was dead. Gone. He could not be brought back to life. She knew to the core of her being that the life they shared was over. In the four years that followed Hank’s death, Bonnie tried to put her life back together. She was up-and-down, but mostly down. She lived with the frustration of not having said good-bye, of not having the opporty to said all of the things she wanted to say, of not being able to comt him, soothe him, help him leave his life and move into the next. She wasn’t prepared this kind of ending. It was not the way she wanted her best friend, her lover, her partner to die. When Bonnie finished talking, we both sat in silence a while. Finally said, “Would you like Cassie’s death to be different from Hank’s?I’m talking now, Bonnie, about euthanasia. With euthanasia, you won’t have to worry about coming home from work and finding Cassie dead, and you can ensure that she won’t die in pain. If we help Cassie die by euthanasia, you can be with her, hold her, talk to her and comt her. You can peacefully send her on to the next life. The choice is up to you. Bonnie’s eyes opened wide. Her shoulders relaxed and her face softened in relief. “I just need control this time, ”she said. “I want this death to be different from Hank’s- my girl. ”The decision was made to euthanize Cassie that afternoon. I left the two of them alone, and Bonnie and Cassie spend the next few hours lying outside under the maple tree. When it was time, Bonnie brought Cassie into the client comt room, an area that those of us associated with The Changes Program had adapted to be more conducive9) to humane animal death and client grief. The dog was lying down by Bonnie, who was on the floor on a soft pad. Bonnie began to pet and talk to her. “There you are, girl. You’re right here by Mom. Everything is okay. ”The time euthanasia arrived and Cassie was sleeping peacefully, her head resting on Bonnie’s stomach. She looked comtable, very much at ease. Dr. Bush whispered, “May we begin the procedure?”And Bonnie nodded in affirmation. “But first,”she said softly, “I would like to say a prayer. ”She reached out to take our hands and we all reached out our hands to one another. Within this sacred circle, Bonnie softly prayed, “Dear Lord, thank you giving me this beautiful dog the past fourteen years. I know she was a gift from you. Today, as painful as it is, I know it is time to give her back. And, dear Lord, thank you bringing these women to me. They have helped me beyond measure. I attribute their presence to you. Amen. ”Through our tears, we whispered our own “amens”, all squeezing one another’s hands in support of the rightfulness of the moment. And then, while Cassie continued to sleep peacefully on her caretaker’s belly, the doctor gave the dog the final injection. Cassie did not wake up. Through it all, she did not move. She just slipped out of this life into the next. It was quick, peaceful and painless, just as we had predicted. Immediately following Cassie’s passing, I made a clay impression of her front paw. I handed the paw print to Bonnie and she held it tenderly against her cheek. We all sat quietly until Bonnie broke the silence, saying, “If my husband had to die, I wish he could have died this way. ”Six weeks later, I received a letter from Bonnie. She had scattered Cassie’s remains on the same mountain where Hank’s were scattered. Now her two best friends were together again. She said somehow Cassie’s death, and especially the way in which she had died, had helped her resolve the death of her husband. “Cassie’s death was a bridge to Hank me,”she wrote. “Through her death, I let him know that if I had had the choice when he died, I would have had the courage and the dedication necessary to be with him when he died, too. I needed him to know that and I hadn’t been able to find a way. Cassie provided the way. I think that is the reason and the meaning of her death. Somehow, she knew she could re connect us, soul to soul. ”Eight months later, Bonnie traveled again from Wyoming to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. This time, she brought her new, healthy puppy Clyde---a nine-month-old Lab mix, full of life and love. Bonnie was beginning a gain. 53英语怎么草根才舒 -01-7 18:5:51 来源: 1、 面面相觑,互相看着互相,带着疑惑Everyone looks at each other in surprise.、 门哐啷啷地打开了The door clunks open.3、这水真清澈,清澈得可以看见底了How limpid it is,It’s so limpid that I can see through to the bottom、那也点头表示同意The dog also nods in agreement.5、你们仔细看,缸底有三个字啊!Look carefully,and you will find three characters on the bottom.6、睁大你们的眼!Open your damn eyes wide7、那直起身子,把他的前腿搭拉在我的肩膀上The dog stands up and rests his front legs on my shoulders8、有人提起地上的一大口袋米,“把米袋搁在大缸上,那大口袋就骑在了大缸的边上,然后开始往大缸里倒米”,就这场景,英语怎么说英语? He picked the bag up and placed it on the rim of the vat,with the bag over the edge,and poured rice from the bag.都是既草根又好记的,共同学习了!! 舒 怎么 英语 nbsp小笨霖英语笔记集: 南方 -01-7 00:: 来源: 这个圣诞假期我到一个位于阿肯色州的美国接待家庭住了十六天, 不但住在他们家里, 也参加他们一般的家庭聚会, 陪他们一起上教堂, 上餐厅. 当然也跟他们一起过了一个美好的圣诞节. 我常在想, 要把英文学好, 真的是要让自己处在一个英文的环境中, 每天讲每天用, 英文就会进步很快. 像我这次就真的是受益良多. 打铁趁热, 赶快来看看我学到了什么有用的东西, 这些都是在美国南方才比较会用到的一些句子.1. What are you fixing right now? 你现在在煮什么?Fix 这个字以我个人的理解就是代表"修理", 或是"固定"的意思, 但是在美国 fix 这个字真的是千变万化, 例如在美国南方, 大家习惯用 fix 来代替 cook 或是 make, 例如 A: What are you fixing now? B: No big deal, I'm just fixing my own dinner. 但是 fix 这种用法一般说来在南方比较流行, 从北方来的人可能会听不懂这样的用法. 另外 fix 也可以被动的形态出现, 例: How do you like your coffee fixed? 就相当于 How do you like your coffee cooked? . I am fixing to go out. 我正准备要出门.Fix 这个字在美国南方真的很常见, 记得我第一次听到老美这么跟我说, 我的直觉反应就是他正在修理什么东西, 但实际上 Fix 在这里的用法是正准备要出门的意思, 也就相当于 I am about to leave. 3. I'll fix the plate you. 我等下帮你准备食物.第一次听到我室友说 I can fix the plate you, 我立刻反应是, Is there any plate broken? 其实不是这样的. Fix the plate 指的是准备食物. 例如我们在炒菜前可能会先把所有要炒的菜都洗好, 分好, 放在盘子上准备好像, 这就叫 Fix the plate. 所以下次如果再听到老美说 I'll fix the plate 可别以为他把盘子给打破了喔!I fix a plate you. 也可以释成我帮你拿一点食物. 大家应该都有吃过西式的 buffet 吧! 一个人一个盘子, 自己去拿菜, 如果你要帮别人拿食物的话, 你就说, I'll fix a plate you. . She spent 30 minutes fixing her hair. 她花了三十分钟整理她的头发.像 fix 这么好用的单字在国内居然没有人教真是可惜. Fix 在这里是指整理头发的意思. 我自己造了一个好玩的句子, She is fixing to fix her hair and fix the plate bee fixing her dinner. 大家看得出来在这里四个 fix 各有不同的意思吗? 翻译一下这句话就是她准备好要在煮晚饭之前整理她的头发和准备食物了. (没什么意思, 只是好玩而已.) 5. Can you fix mine? 你能不能帮我捡一下?这句是我最近才新学到的, 所以 fix 的用法又多了一个, 就是有二个人在丢罐子, 他们想把罐子丢到垃圾筒里, 结果第一个人没丢准, 丢到垃圾筒外面去了, 换第二个人丢, 他还是没丢准, 也丢掉外面去了. 所以当第二个人要去把罐子捡起来时, 第一个人就跟他说了, Can you fix mine? 能不能帮我捡起来丢到垃圾筒里. 我觉得这个 fix 用的特别好. 6. He is a redneck. 他是一个老粗. 所谓 redneck, 就是一些种田的粗人, (特别是在南方) 因为他们特殊的生活习惯和癖好, 通常会闹出很多笑话, 说起话来有很重的南方口音, 他们会被叫 redneck 我想是因为常在田里工作, 脖子晒的红红的之故, 另外还有一个字 hick, 也是粗人 redneck 的意思. 什么样的人是典型的 redneck 呢? 他们喜欢穿迷, 缺了好几颗门牙, 他们开著烂烂的 pickup truck , 他们车上一定会放一把, 以便可以随时打猎. 他们住的院子通常会堆满各式各样的杂物, 以致于看起来好像垃圾场一样. 如果想要更了解关于 redneck 的一些有趣的事情, 可以参考本专栏的 redneck's driver's license 这一篇笑话. 7. He has a bad accent. 他有很重的口音. 在美国不同的区有不同的口音, 特别是在南方, 他们叫作 southern drwal, 原因是他们通常喜欢把尾音拉长, 所以叫 southern drawl. 而在整个南方当中, 我觉得又以 Kentucky 及 Tennessee 的口音最重了. 如果你连这二个地方的口音都能了解的话, 那你的英文大概也没什么问题了.   一般而言, 在美国如果有口音是会被当作土包子的! 所以老美之间也常拿彼此的口音开玩笑. 由其你如果是在北方例如纽约工作, 你的南方口音很可能会使得同事们都看不起你. 8. You are not spposta to stay home during the weekend. 你周末不应该待在家里的.讲到口音, 我就来教各位一些很典型的南方口音吧! 南方人喜欢把 suppose to 念成 spposta 我第一次听到别人这样说我还以为他在说 I am a poster (我是一张海报), 害我觉得很奇怪说, 其实这就是他们的口音. 还有一个我常听的就是 You rurnt my life. (You ruin my life) 他们会把 ruin 念成 rurut. 9. Heidi, Hire Yew? 嗨, 你好吗?这句话也是很典型的南方打招呼用语, 我想这原来是 Howdy, How are you? 但是他们会念成 Heidi, Hire Yew. 我想虽然南方口音普遍被认为不是那么好, 可是有时你刻意去模仿一两句反而会有那种爆笑的效果, 就如同我们也喜欢说 "粉" 可爱, 不也是台湾国语但听来却是格外地亲切吗? . Oh hell no. 当然不是啦.这也是南方的一个惯用语, 特别是黑人很喜欢这么说. Oh hell no 其实就是等于 Of course not. 那个 Oh hell 是用来加强语气的. 比如你问我, Are you married? 我就可以回答. Oh hell no. I am still single. 也许美国的南方不如北方那么进步, 但是这儿的人们却多了一份的纯朴, 有空不妨也到南方来看看! 南方 笔记 英语 他们

常挂在老外嘴边的简单英语(5) -01-7 19:: 来源: 1. You are such a guy.他真是很男人啊如果有一个男生完全符合男人的刻板形象 (stereotype),例如好色,不爱干净的话,我们就可以直接说,"You are such a guy." 当然说这句话的时候,要特别记得强调在 guy 那个字上面例如有位比基尼美女从你面前走过,你就目不转睛地盯着人家看,这时别人就可以说你,"You are such a guy." 或是有些男生生活习惯不佳,衣丢得满地都是,你也可以对他说,"You are such a guy.". He is a pervert.他是个变态Pervert 指的是色狼的行为,例如喜欢吃女生豆腐,或是没事打电话骚扰人家,这种人我们就称之为 pervert例如有些人有怪癖,喜欢偷女生的内衣,对于这种人我们就可以说,"He is a pervert." 或是 "He is perverted."要注意一点,中文里讲的男生很「色」,但「色」这个字在英文里没有一个很确切的翻法,例如你可以用 lustful、lewd、lecherous、lascivious 或是 randy但这些字平常老美自己都蛮少用的而且中文的「色」含意比较广,从无伤大雅喜欢看路上的漂亮美眉,到严重一点的喜欢占女生便宜这种人中文里都可以说是很「色」,但在英文中,pervert 通常指的是比较严重一点的情节,例如吃豆腐、骚扰等等如果只是在路上看美眉,或是喜欢看蔡依林的写真集,我们只要说,"He is such a guy." 就行了3. Are you a stalker?你是不是跟踪别人啊?或许每个女生都会有一两次这样的不愉快经验吧一个人独自走在巷子里,一回头却发现有人在后面跟踪妳,于是妳加紧了脚步,没想到他也跟着加快了脚步,追上妳,只听见一声惨叫... 「,我只是想告诉妳,妳的钱包掉了」不骗你,这种事我就干过至于有些男生是会跟踪女生回家,这种人就叫 stalker也许是国情不同的关系,美国的 stalker 可能还不少,所以我常在电视或电影里听到 stalker 这个字像是很多的漂亮女明星,都有许多的疯狂影迷,她到哪,他们就跟到哪,这种人就叫 crazy stalker fan 英语 简单 这种 例如

我终于意识到真正的幸福来自人的精神世界,来自人的心智与灵魂诚然,在这个纷扰喧嚣的时世,想拥有宁静祥和的内心世界并非易事,这需要我们时常反省、冥思,还要自律坦然直面自己实属不易(你得有耐心,能体谅,只要可能,寻求上帝的帮助)而一旦你的精神世界能真正远离暴风骤雨和阴风邪气的侵犯,你必将获得无比丰厚的回报A Reporter Quotes His Sources  It’s rather difficult in these noisy, confusing, nerve-racking days to achieve the peace of mind in which to pause a moment to reflect on what you believe in. There’s so little time and opporty to give it much thought—though it is the thing we live by; and without it, without beliefs, human existence today would hardly be bearable.  My own view of life, like everyone else’s, is conditioned by personal experience. In my own case, there were two experiences, in particular, which helped to shape my beliefs years of life and work under a totalitarian regime, and a glimpse of war.  Living in a totalitarian land taught me to value highly—and fiercely—the very things the dictators denied tolerance, respect others and, above all, the freedom of the human spirit.  A glimpse of war filled me with wonder not only at man’s courage and capacity self-sacrifice, but at his stubborn, marvelous will to preserve, to endure, to prevail—amidst the most incredible savagery and suffering. When you saw people—civilians—who where bombed out, or who, worse, had been hounded in the concentration camps or worked to a frazzle in the slave-labor gangs—when you saw them come out of these ordeals of horror and torture, still intact as human beings, with a will to go on, with a faith still in themselves, in their fellow man, and in God, you realized that man was indestructible. You appreciated, too, that despite the corruption and cruelty of life, man somehow managed to retain great virtues love, honor, courage, self-sacrifice, compassion.  It filled you with a certain pride just to be a member of the human race. It renewed your belief in your fellow men.  Of course, there are many days (in this Age of Anxiety) when a human being feels awfully low and discouraged. I myself find consolation at such moments by two means trying to develop a sense of history, and renewing the quest inner life.  I go back, example, to ing Plutarch. He reminds you that even in the golden days of Greece and Rome, from which so much that is splendid in our own civilization derives, there was a great deal of what we find so loathsome in life today war, strife, corruption, treason, double-crossing, intolerance, tyranny, rabble-rousing. Reading history thus gives you perspective. It enables you to see your troubles relatively. You don’t take them so seriously then.  Finally, I find that most true happiness comes from one’s inner life; from the disposition of the mind and soul. Admittedly, a good inner life is difficult to achieve, especially in these trying times. It takes reflection and contemplation. And self-discipline. One must be honest with oneself, and that’s not easy. (You have to have patience and understanding. And, when you can, seek God.)  But the reward of having an inner life, which no outside storm or evil turn of tune can touch, is, it seems to me, a very great one. 96What the Americans Don' t Talk About !One of the recurring questions that my students in China often ask is"What are the things they shouldn't talk about with Americans?"Taboo1) topics tend to make people feel uneasy.Every culture has these off-limits subjects.In ours,the following immediately come to mind1.Age Yes,age is a very sensitive subject t o many Americans,especially to women over age 30.In this youth obsessed) culture,the thought of growing older is a painful one and most of us,if possible,would like to have nothing to do with it.Untunately aging is one of the inevitabilities of life and it happens to the best of us.As a result,many Americans work hard to maintain a youthful appearance or at least give the illusion of youth.So the last thing they want is some one to rub their faces in harsh reality and ask the unthinkable,"How old are you exactly?"This question may result in replies like"How old do you think I am?""30ish,30something.I'm in my thirties.Let' s just leave it at that."“I can' t remember.""Oh.don't ask me that.""I stopped keeping track after I turned 30.""A lot older than what I would like to be."Anyhow,if you are dying to know someone's age,this is how you could go about finding out.First you estimate their age by their appearance and mannerism.Then you subtract ten years from that estimation.I guarantee you will get a big smile from that person who will also blush and say,"Wow.You are my best friend.I'm 38aly.Can you believe it?"You,of course,reply,"No.I really can' t.You' re kidding.You don' t look a day over.This is amazing."Now that' s one surefire way to boost someone' s ego..Weight This is one of the touchiest3) subjects.In America,it is okay,even desirable,to be thin but it is a sin and a huge embarrassment to be overweight.In fact,the thinner you are,the prettier you are considered.Flip through any American fashion magazines,you'll notice that most models are nothing more than skin and bones.A woman who sports this emaciated),skeletal physique is called a waif,which is a thin person who appears fragile and needy.Believe it not,the waif look was the hottest look of the 1990' s.Of course,there are obvious health related advantages to having a slender figure but please don't over diet the sake of vanity.You could potentially become a victim to horrible eating disorders like anorexia5) and bulimia6).Americans are very weight-conscious and rarely disclose how much they weigh...even if they are thin and in great shape.Theree,you best not to ask.But if you absolutely have to comment on this subject,it' s always safer to say,“Oh,you look like you have lost weight ”than“ Oh,you look like you put on a few pounds.”However,if you would like to be honest but not hurtful,I recommend you choose your words carefully,perhaps by saying:“Hey,you look great.Very healthy looking.”And always remember,it' s not fat.It' s muscular.3.Income You should never ever ask how much someone' s salary is.There's no way around this one.However,it' s perfectly appropriate to ask about their job title and what they do a living.This inmation should give you some idea how much they make a year..Matters of the Heart This is a tricky one.Sometimes you'll run into people who can't wait to pour their hearts out to you.Then there are those who make sure their personal business stays behind closed doors.The general rule is to not get too personal,too fast.You don't want others to think that you're prying into their lives.Theree,try not to ask too many questions about someone' s love life,marriage and family until you have a friendship with this person.Even then,you better wait your friend to come to you with the matters of their heart.5.Is It Real? Many Americans are proponents of the all-natural look.Stick with what Mother Nature gave you and do the best you can with it.But how man y truly abide by this principle?With plastic surgery and products like colored contact lens,hair coloring,acrylic7) nails,etc,the answer would be:not many.I suppose some of us either like to experiment with our looks or are simply unhappy with what we're born with.As artificial as the results of these physical alterations may be,they are done to imitate nature.At the end of the day,people want others to believe they' re simply born beautiful.So don' t ruin it them by asking,“Hey,I love your eye color.Is it real?”What makes certain topics taboo?These topics may lead to disclosure of inmation that people don't want others to know about.In other words,sometimes it' s not so much that you asked the wrong question,but that you touched a sore spot.Regardless,it' s difficult to always avoid conversation landmines8) so be sensible,watch your step and try not to open a can of worms. 01957英语的骂人话 -- 3::56 来源: 英语的骂人话1. Go to hell. 去死吧 . You’re a jerk! 你是个废物混球! 3. Who do you think you are? 你以为你是谁? . I don’t want to see your face! 我不愿再见到你! 5. Knock it off. 少来这一套 6. Get out of my face. 从我面前消失! 7. Get lost.滚开! 8. Take a hike! 哪儿凉快哪儿歇着去吧 9. You piss me off. 你气死我了 . It’s none of your business. 关你屁事! . How dare you! 你敢! .Cut it out. 省省吧 . You have a lot of nerve. 脸皮真厚 . I’m fed up. 我厌倦了 . I can’t take it anymore. 我受不了了! . I’ve had enough of your garbage. 我听腻了你的废话 . What were you thinking? 你脑子进水啊? 18. How can you say that? 你怎么可以这样说? 19. Who says? 谁说的? . That’s what you think! 那才是你脑子里想的! 1. You are out of your mind. 你脑子有毛病! . Drop dead. 去死吧! 3. Don’t give me your shoot. 别跟我胡扯 . Nonsense! 鬼话! 5. You’re a pain in the ass. 你这讨厌鬼 6. You’re an asshole. 你这缺德鬼 7. You asked it. 你自找的 . Get overyourself. 别自以为是 9. You’re nothing to me. 你对我什么都不是 30. Get off my back. 少跟我罗嗦 31. Give me a break. 饶了我吧 3. Look at this mess! 看看这烂摊子! 33. Don’t nag me! 别在我面前唠叨! . Mind your own business! 管好你自己的事! 35. You’ve gone too far! 你太过分了! 36. Can’t you do anything right? 成事不足,败事有余 37. You’re impossible. 你真不可救药 38. We’re through.我们完了! 39. Don’t push me ! 别逼我!0. Drop dead. 去死吧!0.Stop complaining!别发牢骚! 1. **** off. 滚蛋 . Don’t give me your ****. 别跟我胡扯 3. Don’t give me your excuses No more excuses. 别找借口 . You’re a pain in the ass. 你这讨厌鬼 5. You’re an asshole. 你这缺德鬼 6. You bastard! 你这杂种! 7. Get over yourself. 别自以为是 8. You’re nothing to me. 你对我什么都不是 9. It’s not my fault. 不是我的错 50. You look guilty. 你看上去心虚 51. I can’t help it. 我没办法 5. That’s your problem. 那是你的问题 53. I don’t want to hear it. 我不想听! 5. Get off my back. 少跟我罗嗦 55. Give me a break. 饶了我吧 56. Who do you think you’re talking to? 你以为你在跟谁说话? 57. Look at this mess! 看看这烂摊子! 58. You’re so careless. 你真粗心 59. Why on earth didn’t you tell me the truth? 你到底为什么不跟我说实话? 60. I’m about to explode! 我肺都快要气炸了! 61. What a stupid idiot! 真是白痴一个! 6. I’m not going to put up with this! 我再也受不了啦! 63. I never want to see your face again! 我再也不要见到你! 6. That’s terrible. 真糟糕! 65. Just look at what you’ve done! 看看你都做了些什么! 66. I wish I had never met you. 我真后悔这辈子遇到你! 67. You’re a disgrace. 你真丢人! 68. I’ll never give you! 我永远都不会饶恕你! 69. Don’t nag me! 别在我面前唠叨! 70. I’m sick of it. 我都腻了 71. You’re such a bitch! 你这个婊子! 7. Stop screwing fooling messing around! 别鬼混了! 73. Mind your own business! 管好你自己的事! 7. You’re just a good nothing bum! 你真是一个废物! 你一无是处! 75. You’ve gone too far! 你太过分了! 76. I loathe you! 我讨厌你! 77. I detest you! 我恨你! 78. Get the hell out of here! 滚开! 79. Don’t be that way! 别那样! 80. Can’t you do anything right? 成事不足,败事有余 81. You’re impossible. 你真不可救药 8. Don’t touch me! 别碰我! 83. Get away from me! 离我远一点儿! 8. Get out of my life. 我不愿再见到你 从我的生活中消失吧 85. You’re a joke! 你真是一个小丑! 86. Don’t give me your attitude. 别跟我摆架子 87. You’ll be sorry. 你会后悔的 88. We’re through. 我们完了! 89. Look at the mess you’ve made! 你搞得一团糟! 90. You’ve ruined everything. 全都让你搞砸了 91. I can’t believe your never. 你好大的胆子! 9. You’re away too far. 你太过分了 93. I can’t take you any more! 我再也受不了你啦! 9. I’m telling you the last time! 我最后再告诉你一次! 95. I could kill you! 我宰了你! 96. That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard! 那是我听到的最愚蠢的事!(比尔·盖茨常用) 97. I can’t believe a word you say. 我才不信你呢! 98. You never tell the truth! 你从来就不说实话! 99. Don’t push me ! 别逼我! 0. Enough is enough! 够了够了! 1. Don’t waste my time anymore. 别再浪费我的时间了! 1. Don’t make so much noise. I’m working. 别吵,我在干活 1. It’s unfair. 太不公平了 1. I’m very disappointed. 真让我失望 1. Don’t panic! 别怕! 1. What do you think you are doing? 你知道你在做什么吗? 1. Don’t you dare come back again! 你敢再回来! 1. You asked it. 你自找的 1. Nonsense! 鬼话!! 英语的骂人话

流利美语脱口出:流行美语短句+实例对话(3) -01-7 ::55 来源: 1. The only fish in the sea. 唯一的一个“fish”这里指的是人该短语往往用于约会或恋爱中A:Hi, buddy! How come you are down in the dumps? 嗨,哥们!你怎么愁眉苦脸的?B:I broke it off with her. You know we’re engaged, but she’s been two-timing me.我跟她分手了你知道我们已经能够订了婚,但她却对我不忠A:Come on, Jim. Dump her! She’s not the only fish in the sea算了吧,吉姆甩了她,女孩多的是. Make sense (1)有意义;()了解其含义,3. 懂了该短语可以表示两种意义,在理解时要根据上下文在表示“了解其含义”时,后面一般跟“of”短语1)What you say doesn’t make any sense. I don’t want to listen to it at all.你的话毫无意义,我根本不想听)To be frank, do you really make sense of what he says? 说实话,你真的听懂他的话了吗?. No kidding! 别开玩笑了!在美国英语中,kid作名词指“小孩”,作动词是“开玩笑”,等于joke“You’re kidding me!”相当于“You’re pulling my leg!”(你在跟我开玩笑!)A:Do you hear Nancy is getting divorce? 你听说了南希要离婚吗?B:No kidding! Are you sure? 别开玩笑了!你肯定吗?A:That’s what I overheard. 这是我无意中听到的5. How come? 为什么?(怎么?)它相当于“why”这种用法在口语中特别常用A:How come you’re so late? 你怎么来得这么迟?B:You know, the buses are usually very full at this time of the day. I’m waiting quite a long time.通常每天这个时候公交车都很挤,我等了很久才坐上 美语 实例 对话那些把灯背在背上的人,把他们的影子投到了自己前面       They throw their shadows bee them who carry their lantern on their back.我的存在,对我是一个永久的神奇,这就是生活          That I exist is ?a perpetual surprise which is life.                我们萧萧的树叶都有声响回答那风和雨你是谁呢,那样的沉默着?”“我不过是一朵花”                      We, the rustling leaves, have a voice that answers the storms,but who are you so silent?"I am a mere flower.休息与工作的关系,正如眼睑与眼睛的关系            Rest belongs to the work as the eyelids to the eyes.人是一个初生的孩子,他的力量,就是生长的力量       Man is a born child, his power is the power of growth. 31徒步旅行者却总是生活在现在 对他来说,旅行和到达是同一件事情:他是一步一步走着来到某地的他在用自己的眼睛、耳朵和整个身体体验现在在他旅途 的终点,他感到一种愉悦的生理疲惫他知道他会享受深沉而甜 蜜的睡眠:这是对一切真正旅行者的酬报 True TravelingThe future history books might record that we were deprived of the use of our eyes. In our hurry to get from one place to another, we failed to see anything on the way. Air travel gives you a bird’s-eye view of the world – or even less if the wing of the aircraft happens to get in your way. When you travel by car or train a blurred image of the countryside constantly smears the windows. Car drivers, in particular, are ever obsessed with the urge to go on and on they never want to stop. Is it the lure of the great motorways, or what? And as sea travel, it hardly deserves mention. It is perfectly summed up in the words of the old song ‘I joined the navy to see the world, and what did I see? I saw the sea.’ The typical twentieth-century traveler is the man who always says 'I’ve been there'. You mention the remotest, most evocative place-names in the world and someone is bound to say 'I’ve been there' meaning, 'I drove through it at 0 miles an hour on the way to somewhere else. 'When you travel at high speeds, the present means nothing you live mainly in the future because you spend most of your time looking ward to arriving at some other place. But actual arrival, when it is achieved, is meaningless. You want to move on again. By traveling like this, you suspend all experience; the present ceases to be a reality you might just as well be dead. The traveler on foot, on the other hand, lives constantly in the present. him traveling and arriving are one and the same thing he arrives somewhere with every step he makes. He experiences the present moment with his eyes, his ears and the whole of his body. At the end of his journey he feels a delicious physical weariness. He knows that sound. Satisfying sleep will be his the just reward of all true travellers.

Love of Life Two men walked slowly, one after the other, through the low water of a river. It ran cold over their feet. They had blanket packs on their backs; guns, but no bullets; matches, but no food. Suddenly the man behind fell over a stone, hurt his foot badly and called "Hey, Bill, I've hurt my foot." Bill continued without looking back. The man was alone but not lost in the empty land. He knew the way to camp, and its food and bullets. He struggled to his feet and limped on. He had not eaten two days. He picked some small round, tasteless fruits. They did not satisfy, but he knew he must eat them. In the evening he built a fire and slept like a dead man. When he woke up, he took out a small bag weighing fifteen pounds. He wasn't sure he could carry it any longer. But he couldn't leave it behind. He had to take it with him. He put it back into his pack, rose to his feet and continued. His foot hurt, but it was nothing compared with his hunger, which made him go on until darkness fell. His blanket was wet, but he knew only he was hungry. In his troubled sleep, he dreamed of rich meals. He woke up cold, sick and lost; the small bag was still with him. As he pulled himself along, the bag became heavier and heavier. He opened the bag, full of small pieces of gold. He left half the gold on a rock. 1. ______ Eleven cold, rainy days passed. Once he found some animal bones with no meat on them. He broke them and ate them like an animal. Would he, too, be bones tomorrow? Why not? This was life. Only life hurt. There was no hurt in death. To die was to sleep. Then why was he not y to die? He, as a man, no longer desired. Life in him, unwilling to die, drove him on. One morning he woke up beside a river. Slowly he followed it with his eyes and saw it emptying into a shining sea. When he saw a ship, he closed his eyes. He knew there could be no ship, no sea, here. An imagined picture, he thought. Hearing a noise, he turned around. A wolf(狼), old and sick, was coming slowly toward him. This was real, he thought. He turned back; the sea and the ship were still there. He didn't understand. Had he been walking north, away from the camp, toward the sea? He started slowly toward the ship, knowing full well the sick wolf was following him. In the afternoon, he found the bones of a man. Beside the bones was a small bag of gold, like his own. Bill had carried his gold to the end; he would carry Bill's gold to the ship. Ha-ha! He would have the last laugh on Bill. His laughing sounded like the low cry of an animal. The wolf cried back. The man stopped suddenly and turned away. How could he laugh about Bill's bones and take his gold? . ______ 3. ______ He was very sick, now. He inched about on hands and knees, having lost everything— his blanket, his gun, and his gold. Only the wolf stayed with him hour after hour. At last he could go no further. He fell. The wolf came close to him, but the man was y. He got on top of the wolf and held its mouth closed and bit it with his last strength. The wolf's blood flowed into his mouth. He held the wolf with his teeth and killed it; then he fell on his back and slept. . ______ 5. ______ The men on the ship saw a strange object lying on the beach. It was moving toward them — perhaps twenty feet an hour. They went to look and could hardly believe it was a man. Three weeks later, when he felt better, he told them his story. But there was one strange thing he feared there wasn't enough food on the ship. They also noticed he was getting fat. They gave him less food, but still he grew fatter with each day. Then one day they saw him put some b under his shirt. They searched his bed and found food under his blanket. They understood. 19懂得下放何种权力与如何下放权力同等重要,因为你对某项工作不喜欢或不甚了解,便随手将其交给了助手,这是很不公平的玩游戏也是错误的,比如,让助手去做你明知她力所不能及的工作How to be a boss You've got your first promotion,and everything is going your way.Now you've got an assistant.But along with the excitement,you have got a load of new assignments and you don't see how you can work harder.Actually,you' re probably working hard enough,but you may not be working smart enough.Effective job permance and management require delegation1).The more you move up,the more you'll have to develop this skill.Delegating means making the best possible use of that new assistant they've assigned you.She's enthusiastic,bright,even if a bit confused and naive) at times.Mainly,she's eager to learn and looks to you direction.Maybe you're wondering whether this inexperienced young person is up to the job.She's eager,all right,but can she really understand the work as well as you do?You may question her competence or sincerity3) at times.So you may end up perming tasks she could have hand led,leaving too little time work that demands your special skills and attention.Knowing what to delegate is as important as knowing how.It's unfair to pass along jobs just because you dislike them or don't understand them.Playing games is also wrong--asking that assistant to do something you know beyond her, example.Giving the impression that you don't really trust your assistant's skills or won't be satisfied no matter what is a sure way to kill youthful enthusiasm.True,she's probably not as competent) as you are,but she may still be equal to the task.The point is to free your time and energy other work.When you assign a job,explain clearly what you want done.Be patient with questions,including the ones you can't believe she asked.Even if you're sure your way is best,leave room her to do it her way.Once she's begun,check progress occasionally,but don't hang over her.If you think things are going poorly,you may ask if she wants help or advice--don't rush in and take over5).Most important,recognize and reward achievement.The ability to train and develop an assistant is as important an exercise you as her,and will count toward your next promotion. 13有句古话说:“如果你没犯错误,就说明你没有尽力”所以,勇往直前,去犯错误吧然后学习、成长,最后成功Good MistakesIt's good to make mistake, and here is why.First of all, mistakes are a clear sign that you are trying new things. It's always good to try new things because when you are trying new things you are growing. If you never try anything new, how can you improve? How can you expand? How can you innovate? The simple answer is "You can't".Look around you.With very few exceptions, either everything you see in your physical world or every single detail of every single thing is the result of someone trying something new.Another good thing about mistakes is this when you are making mistakes, you are learning. Consider this Edison failed 000 times bee he perfected the light bulb. when asked how it felt to fail that many times, he remarked that he hadn't failed 000 times, but rather had learned 000 things that didn't work.Finally, when you make a mistake you are much closer to success. Why?Because when all is said and done, you will have tried some finite number of things bee you succeeded, Every time you made a mistake you eliminated one of those things and are one step closer.But this all doesn't mean that you should ge ahead with disregard the consequences of a mistake. Quite the contrary, when you try something new you have to be willing to set some reasonable limits so that in the event that it doesn't work out the way you want it to, you will be in a position to try again.We all have limited resources in the m of time and money so don't blow them all on one approach to a problem. Realize that it probably won't be perfect the first time and allocate these resources appropriately so you can learn,modify, and try it again. Only by embracing and using your mistakes in this way can you make significant advances in your business and your career.There is an old axiom that goes, "If you're not making mistakes,you're not trying hard enough."So go th and make mistakes. And learn. And grow. And prosper. 75

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