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每日一句口语:All grown-ups were once children... but only few of them remember it. 所有大人都曾是小孩, 可惜只有少数人记得这件事。【知识点讲解】grown-ups 成人例句:A greedy child may grow up to be a selfish adult.贪婪的小孩长大可能成为自私的成人。 /201706/512225。

推特明星:Tom Hanks 汤姆·汉克斯推特原文:Jordan. Found it! In Colorado... Hanx.推特译文:乔丹。我找到啰!在科罗拉多..推特点拨:1) 连结照片为被遗落在路间的手套,上面写着“乔丹”,似乎是失主的名字。2) “Jordan”是“乔丹”。3) “Colorado”是美国州之一的“科罗拉多州” /201609/466223。

每天一个生活口语话题,一段地道的举例回答,并附有详细的词汇,发音及用法讲解。讲解材料选自当今最先进最有效的英语原版教材,更加贴近生活。每天坚持听讲解,并根据问题练习,给自己一个地道输入和输出的机会,你也可以张口自信说英语。主题:What#39;s your favorite color?I don#39;t have a favorite color, I like different colors in different situations. For example, I would pick white furniture for my room, I like wearing black clothes and I prefer colorful decorations.Furniture:家具Decorations:装饰 /201701/485937。

live beyond one#39;s means入不敷出A:Our house is too small. We#39;d better have a big one.A:我们的房子太小了,最好能有座大的。B:How could we ever manage to buy a big house when we#39;re always living beyond our means?B:像我们这样靠薪水过日子的人家,怎么有可能买栋大房子呢?A:Shut up. You should think how to make fortunes, not look for a squabble.A:闭嘴吧,你应该考虑如何多嫌钱,而不是找茬吵架。 /201609/455694。

By Nancy SteinbachBroadcast: October 10, 2004(THEME)ANNCR:Every week we tell about someone important in the history of the ed States. Today, Shirley Griffith and Ray Freeman tell about the first western woman in modern times to become a doctor. Now, the story of Elizabeth Blackwell on the VOA Special English program People in America.(THEME)VOICE ONE:Elizabeth Blackwell was born in Bristol, England in eighteen twenty-one. Her parents, Hannah and Samuel Blackwell, believed strongly that all human beings are equal. Elizabeth's father owned a successful sugar company. He worked hard at his job. He also worked to support reforms in England. He opposed the slave trade. He tried to help improve low pay and poor living conditions of workers. And he wanted women to have the same chance for education as men.He carried this out in his own home. Elizabeth had three brothers and four sisters. All followed the same plan of education. They all studied history, mathematics, Latin and Greek. These subjects were normally taught only to boys. Friends asked Samuel Blackwell what he expected the girls to do with all that education. He answered, "They shall do what they please".VOICE TWO:In eighteen thirty-two, Samuel Blackwell's sugar factory was destroyed by fire. He and his wife decided to move the family to the ed States. Elizabeth was eleven years old.The Blackwells settled in New York City. But Mister Blackwell's business there failed. The family moved west, to the city of Cincinnati, on the Ohio river.Samuel Blackwell was sick for much of the trip. He died soon after arriving in Ohio. To help support the family, Elizabeth and her two older sisters started a school for girls in their home. Two younger brothers found jobs.In the next few years, Elizabeth's brothers became successful in business. The girls continued operating their school. But Elizabeth was not happy. She did not like teaching. Elizabeth began to visit a family friend who was suffering from cancer. The woman knew she was dying. She said women should be permitted to become doctors because they are good at helping sick people. The dying friend said that perhaps her sickness would have been better understood if she had been treated by a woman. And she suggested that Elizabeth study medicine.VOICE ONE:Elizabeth knew that no woman had ever been permitted to study in a medical school. But she began to think about the idea seriously after the woman who had suggested it died.Elizabeth discussed it with the family doctor. He was opposed. But her family supported the idea. So Elizabeth took a teaching job in the southern state of North Carolina to earn money for medical school.Another teacher there agreed to help her study the sciences she would need. The next year, she studied medicine privately with a doctor. He was also a medical school professor. He told Elizabeth that the best medical schools were in Philadelphia.VOICE TWO:No medical school in Philadelphia would accept her. College officials told her she must go to Paris and pretend to be a man if she wanted to become a doctor. Elizabeth refused. She wrote to other medical colleges -- Harvard, Yale, and other, less well-known ones. All rejected her, except Geneva Medical College in the state of New York.She went there immediately, but did not feel welcome. It was not until much later that she learned the reason: her acceptance was a joke. The teachers at the college decided not to admit a woman. But they did not want to insult the doctor who had written to support Elizabeth's desire to study medicine. So they let the medical students decide.The male students thought it funny that a woman wanted to attend medical school. So, as a joke, they voted to accept her. They regretted their decision by the time Elizabeth arrived, but there was nothing they could do. She was there. She paid her money. She wanted to study.VOICE ONE:Elizabeth Blackwell faced many problems in medical school. Some professors refused to teach her. Some students threatened her. But finally they accepted her. Elizabeth graduated with high honors from Geneva Medical School in eighteen forty-nine. She was the only woman in the western world to have completed medical school training.Three months later, Doctor Elizabeth Blackwell went to Paris to learn to be a surgeon. She wanted to work in a hospital there to learn how to operate on patients. But no hospital wanted her. No one would recognize that she was a doctor.A hospital for women and babies agreed to let her study there. But she had to do the tasks of a nursing student. At the hospital, Doctor Blackwell accidentally got a chemical liquid in her eye. It became infected. She became blind in that eye. So she was forced to give up her dreams of becoming a surgeon.Instead, she went to London to study at Saint Bartholomew's Hospital. There, she met the famous nurse Florence Nightingale.Elizabeth returned to the ed States in eighteen fifty-one. She opened a medical office in New York City. But no patients came. So doctor Blackwell opened an office in a poor part of the city to help people who lived under difficult conditions. And she decided to raise a young girl who had lost her parents. Article/200802/26645。

每日一句口语:Something you will realize only when you do it,whenyou make mistakes or when you grow up.有些事,做了才知道。有些事,错了才知道。有些事,长大了才知道。【知识点讲解】grow up 长大例句:All plants like to grow up toward the sunlight.所有的植物都喜欢朝着阳光向上长. /201511/406450。