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Get your panties in a wad.着什么急啊!或者翻译成:不要催我,是一句美国俚语。 /201602/4261419月2日,商务部召开例行新闻发布会,新闻发言人沈丹阳表示,滴滴优步合并未向商务部申报,目前,商务部已对滴滴优步合并案开展反垄断调查,两次约谈滴滴出行,要求其说明交易情况、未申报的原因,提交有关文件、资料。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道The mega merger between the top two ride-hailing service providers in China may hit a roadblock as the country#39;s antitrust watchdog says it is investigating the case.中国两大叫车务提供商之间的大型合并案可能会遇到障碍,因为中国反袭击监管机构表示正在对这起合并案展开调查。【讲解】ride-hailing service providers是叫车务提供商;antitrust是反垄断。周五,商务部在北京召开的新闻发布会上表示,目前,商务部已对滴滴优步合并案(merger deal)是否涉嫌垄断(potential monopoly)展开调查。商务部发言人(spokesman)沈丹阳介绍,2016年8月1日,滴滴出行宣布与优步全球达成战略协议(agreement to tie-up),将收购(acquire)优步中国的全部资产。8月2日,交易双方履行股权变更登记手续,完成交割。此案此前未向商务部申报(without filing any application to the ministry in advance)。商务部已两次约谈滴滴出行,要求其说明交易情况、未申报的原因(explain the reason of not filing application),提交有关文件、资料(submit related documents);与有关部门和企业(related government organizations and enterprises)座谈,了解网约车运营模式和相关市场竞争状况(market competition)等。下一步,商务部将继续依法推进本案调查工作(push the investigation forward),保护相关市场公平竞争(make sure the playing field is leveled),维护消费者利益(the interest of consumers is protected)和社会公共利益。 /201609/464295

151. I#39;m going crazy.第151单元 我快发疯了。A: I#39;m going crazy.甲:我快发疯了。B: What#39;s the matter?乙:怎么了?A: I#39;ve got a dozen things to do and they all have to be done immediately.甲:我有一大堆事要做,而这些事又得立刻处理。B: Well, if there is anything I can do to help, let me know.乙:那么,如果有什么我可以帮得上忙的,请让我知道。类似用语I#39;m going out of my mind.我快发疯了。I#39;m losing my mind.我快发疯了。百宝箱nuts亦表示“发疯的”,是形容词,相当于crazy,尤其用于“drive+人+nuts;的句型中,表示“令某人发疯”。My son is driving me nuts; he never bothers to study.(我的儿子快把我逼疯了,他毫无读书意愿。) /201509/400945

149. I#39;m frustrated.第149单元 我受到挫折。A: I#39;m frustrated.甲:我受到挫折。B: What#39;s the problem?乙:怎么回事?A: I can#39;t work out this problem.甲:我无法解出这道题。B: Let me take a look. Maybe I can figure it out.乙:让我瞧瞧,或许我会做。A: Thanks. I really appreciate it.甲:谢谢,我真的好感激。类似用语I#39;m upset.我好沮丧。I#39;m depressed.我好沮丧。I#39;m dejected.我好沮丧。百宝箱对话中的“figure out;表示“理解,想出()”。I can#39;t6gure out how to do it.(我想不出如何做那件事情。)I can#39;t figure out why he quit the job.(我想不出他为何会辞去工作。) /201509/400938

  the seven year itch 七年之痒例句:Is there so-called the seven year itch between two friends?朋友之间有没有所谓的“七年之痒”呢? /201612/474019

  释义:be good at 擅长,对某事有特长be good ( great ) at+名词(-ing)表示“擅长(做)某事;而不擅长则用 be poor ( terrible ) at+ 名词(-ing)例句:You can count on me. I am good at this.你可以相信我。我最擅长这个了。I#39;m not great with figures.我对数字不感冒。I don#39;t remember the name of that blond. I#39;m terrible at names.我不记得那金发女郎的名字了。我对名字不太擅长。对话:A: I heard you played baseball in high school.我听说你在高中时打棒球。B: I#39;m good at many different sports.我擅长各种各样的运动。 /201609/467614。

  今天我们分享的是世界足球先生——梅西的名言。;My goal is to constantly be improving. Year after year you can grow as a player, just as in life. You can always learn something new. And sometimes in the moment you can reveal something in yourself.;by Lionel Messi, Soccer Player「我的目标是持续的进步,年覆一年身为球员的你会成长,就像在人生里一样,你永远都可以学到新的东西,而有时候你会发现自己另一面。」——利昂内尔·梅西 (足球员)利昂内尔·梅西(1987-)为阿根廷足球顶尖球员,职业足球效力于西班牙明星队伍巴塞隆纳,横扫多项赛事冠军,包括4次欧洲冠军联赛冠军,并获得5届金球奖和世界足球先生头衔。想知道卡卡老师的发音秘诀?关注微信公众号Kakaketang_Jessica /201704/503173

  Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 - 1861)What was he doing, the great god Pan,Down in the reeds by the river? Sping ruin and scattering ban, Splashing and paddling with hoofs of a goat, And breaking the golden lilies afloatWith the dragon-fly on the river. He tore out a reed, the great god Pan, From the deep cool bed of the river; The limpid water turbidly ran, And the broken lilies a-dying lay, And the dragon-fly had fled awayEre he brought it out of the river. High on the shore sat the great god Pan, While turbidly flowed the river; And hacked and hewed as a great god canWith his hard bleak steel at the patient reed, Till there was not a sign of a leaf indeedTo prove it fresh from the river. He cut it short did the great god Pan(How tall it stood in the river!) Then drew the pith, like the heart of a man, Steadily from the outside ring, And notched the poor dry empty thingIn holes, as he sat by the river. 'This is the way,' laughed the great god Pan(Laughed while he sat by the river), 'The only way, since gods beganTo make sweet music, they could succeed.' Then dropping his mouth to a hole in the reedHe blew in power by the river. Sweet, sweet, sweet, O Pan! Piercing sweet by the river! Blinding sweet, O great god Pan! The sun on the hill forgot to die, And the lilies revived, and the dragon-flyCame back to dream on the river. Yet half a beast is the great god Pan, To laugh as he sits by the river, Making a poet out of a man: The true gods sigh for the cost and pain -For the reed which grows never more againAs a reed with the reeds of the river. Article/200802/26272今日短语can#39;t help it爱莫能助例句:Sorry, I can#39;t help it.对不起,我真是爱莫能助了。 /201507/388003Now the special English program American Stories. Today's story is called "the White Heron". It was written by Sarah Orne Jewett. Here is Kay Gallant with the story. The forest was full of shadows as a little girl hurried through it one summer evening in June. It was aly eight o'clock. And Sophie wondered if her grandmother would be angry with her for being so late. Every evening Sophie left her grandmother's house at five thirty to bring their cow home. The old animal spent her days out in the open country eating sweet grass. It was Sophie's job to bring her home to be milked. When the cow heard Sophie's voice calling her, she would hide among the bushes. This evening it'd taken Sophie longer than usual to find her cow. The child hurried the cow through the dark forest following a narrow path that led to her grandmother's home. The cow stopped at a small stream to drink. As Sophie waited, she put her bare feet in the cold fresh water of the stream. She had never before been alone in the forest as late as this. The air was soft and sweet. Sophie felt as if she were a part of the gray shadows and so were leaves that moved in the evening breeze. She began thinking how it was only a year ago that she came to her grandmother's farm. Before that she had lived with her mother and father in a dirty crowded factory town. One day Sophie's grandmother had visited them and had chosen Sophie from all her brothers and sisters to be the one to help her on her farm in Vermont.The cow finished drinking. And as the nine-year-old child hurried through the forest to the home she loved, she thought again about the noisy town where her parents still lived. Suddenly the air was cut by a sharp whistle not far away. Sophie knew it wasn't a friendly bird's whistle. It was the determined whistle of a person. She forgot the cow and hid in some bushes. But she was too late. "Hello, little girl." A young man called out cheerfully. "How far is it to the main road?" Sophie was trembling as she whispered: "Two miles." She came out of the bushes and looked up into the face of a tall young man carrying a gun. The stranger began walking with Sophie as she followed her cow through the forest. "I've been hunting for birds." He explained, "But I've lost my way. Do you think I can spend the night at your house?" Sophie didn't answer, she was glad they were almost home, she could see her grandmother standing near the door of the farm house. When they reached her the stranger put down his gun and explained his problem to Sophie's smiling grandmother. "Of course you can stay with us." She said, "We don't have much, but you are welcome to share what we have. Now, Sophie, get a plate for the gentleman." After eating they all sat outside, the young man explained he was a scientist who collected birds. "Do you put them in a cage?" Sophie asked. "No," He answered slowly, "I shoot them and stuff them with special chemicals to preserve them. I have over one hundred different kinds of birds from all over the ed States in my study at home." "Sophie knows a lot about birds, too." Her grandmother said proudly. She knows the forest so well the wild animals come and eat b right out of her hands." "So! Sophie knows all about birds! Maybe she can help me then!" the young man said, "I saw a white heron, not far from here two days ago. I have been looking for it ever since. It's a very rare bird, the little white heron. Have you seen it, too?" He asked Sophie. But Sophie was silent, "you would know it if you saw it," he added, "it's a tall strange bird with soft white feathers and long thin legs; it probably has its nest at the top of a tall tree." Sophie's heart began to beat fast. She knew that strange white bird. She had seen it on the other side of the forest. The young man was staring at Sophie, "I would give ten dollars to the person who showed me where the white heron is." That night Sophie's dreams were full of all the wonderful things she and her grandmother could buy for ten dollars. Sophie spent the next day in the forest with the young man. He told her a lot about the birds they saw. Sophie would've had much better time if the young man had left his gun at home. She could not understand why he killed the birds he seemed to like so much. She felt her heart tremble every time he shot an unsuspecting bird as it was singing in the trees. But Sophie watched the young man with eyes full of adoration. She had never seen anyone so handsome and charming. A strange excitement filled her heart. A new feeling, the little girl did not recognize, love. At last evening came, they drove the cow home together. Long after the moon came out and the young man had fallen asleep. Sophie was still awake. She had a plan that would get the ten dollars for her grandmother and make the young man happy. When it was almost time for the sun to rise, she quietly left her house and hurried through the forest. She finally reached a huge pine tree. So tall it could be seen for many miles around, her plan was to climb to the top of the pine tree. She could see the whole forest from there. She was sure she would be able to see where the white heron had hidden its nest. Sophie's bare feet and tiny fingers grabbed the tree's rough trunk, sharp dry branches scratched at her like cat's claws. The pine tree's sticky sap made her fingers feel stiff and clumsy, as she climbed higher and higher. The pine tree seemed to grow taller, the higher that Sophie climbed. The sky began to brighten in the east. Sophie's face was like a pale star when at last she reached the tree's highest branch. The golden sun's rays hit the green forest. Two hawks flew together in slow moving circles far below Sophie. Sophie felt as if she could go flying among the clouds, too. To the west she could see other farms and forests. Suddenly Sophie's dark gray eyes caught a flash of white that grew larger and larger. A bird with broad white wings and a long slender neck flew past Sophie and landed on a pine branch below her. The white heron smoothed its feathers and called to its mate sitting on their nest in a nearby tree. Then it lifted its wings and flew away. Sophie gave a long sigh. She knew the wild bird's secret now. Slowly, she began her dangerous trip down the ancient pine tree. She did not dare to look down and tried to forget that her fingers' hurt and her feet were bleeding. All she wanted to think about was what the stranger would say to her when she told him where to find the heron's nest. As Sophie climbed slowly down the pine tree the stranger was waking up back at the farm. He was smiling because he was sure from the way the shy little girl had looked at him that she had seen the white heron. About an hour later Sophie appeared, both her grandmother and the young man stood up as she came into the kitchen. The splendid moment to speak about her secret had come, but Sophie was silent. Her grandmother was angry with her: "Where had she been?” The young man's kind eyes looked deeply into Sophie's own dark gray ones. He could give Sophie and her grand mother ten dollars, he had promised to do this. And they needed the money. Besides, Sophie wanted to make him happy. But Sophie was silent. She remembered how the white heron came flying through the golden air and how they watched the sunrise together from the top of the world. Sophie could not speak. She could not tell the heron's secret and give its life away. The young man went away disappointed later that day. Sophie was sad. She wanted to be his friend. He never returned. But many nights Sophie heard the sound of his whistle as she came home with her grandmother's cow. Were the birds better friends than their hunter might have been? Who can know?You have been listening to the story called the White Heron. Written by Sarah Orne Jewett. It was adapted for Special English program by Donald Desanktus. Your narrator was Kay Gallant. Listen again next week at the same time for this Special English program of American stories. This is Shep O'Neal. Article/200801/23637

  今日短语with honors以优等成绩……例句:I graduated with honors and soon found a good job.我以优等的成绩毕业,很快地就找到了一个好工作。 /201601/421747

  I love peanuts.我喜欢花生。Me, too. I love them roasted and salted.我也是。我爱他们烤花生和腌制的花生。I love boiled peanuts.我喜欢煮花生。Boiled? I never heard of that.煮的吗?我从来没有听说过。Just boil raw peanuts in salt water until the shells are soft.就是在盐水里煮生花生,直到壳变软。I#39;ll have to try them sometime.我得试一试。They#39;re best when they#39;re hot.他们热的时候最好。My brother is allergic to peanuts.我哥哥对花生过敏。That#39;s not good.那不是很好。No, it isn#39;t. He almost died when he was little.不,它不是。他几乎在他很小的时候去世了。I guess he has to be very careful about what he eats.我想他必须对他吃什么非常小心。He has a very strict diet.他有一个非常严格的饮食。译文属仅供学习和交流使用,不得转载 /201511/410716

  Do you live on the campus?你是住在学校里面吗?讲解:住在校内是这里要用ON 而不是IN。大学校园一般提供给学校的宿舍叫:dorm,很多学生可以.SHARE一间宿舍,也就是我们熟悉的roommate。 /201510/401528。

  On the pill正在用口避药pill 在口语中有特定含义!“口避药”的意思。 /201705/503761

  今日短语self examination自省/反省例句:After a week in Thailand spent in self examination, he was a changed man.在泰国经过一周的自我反省后,他彻底的变了一个人。 /201512/419022

  

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