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襄阳市中医院产前检查好吗襄阳妇幼保健院人流手术多少钱英语日常口语 18:Emergency本单元是关于紧急情况的对话Alice: Oh it's so quiet tonight! You could hear a pin drop. Gives me a chance to catch up on my ing. Man: Quick, quick! Get a doctor!Alice: She's just gone for a break. What's the matter?Man: I don't know. It's my son. He's stopped breathing. Alice: Oh no! Wait a minute, I'll just phone for the doctor. Man: There's no time. You have to give him mouth to mouth.Alice: But I haven't done it before! Man: You haven't done it before?Alice: No, not for real. Wait while I find the phone.Man: No! No, you must do it now!Vocabulary: You can hear a pin drop (idiom): It is very quiet To catch up on something: To do something which you have not had time to do recentlyMouth-to-mouth: A shortened version of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation -trying to help someone when s/he has stopped breathing by breathing into her/his mouth本单元的语言点是现在完成时态,现在完成时是动作发生在过去,强调对对现在的影响,请看下面的解释和范例The present perfectThe UseWe use the present perfect to talk about something that happened before now but we don't say exactly when it happened. Alice says, 'She has gone for a break'. The doctor isn't in the room now because she left the room for her break some time before now. The father says, 'He's stopped breathing'. The patient isn't breathing now because he stopped breathing at some unknown time in the past. If we refer to the time when the doctor left the room or when the patient stopped breathing, then we use the past simple. She went for her break at midnight.He stopped breathing 1 minute ago.The present perfect has two parts -the main verb and the auxiliary verb.The form - the main verbHe has stopped breathing.She has gone for her break. In these examples, the main verbs are 'to stop' and 'to go'. We use the past participle of the main verb. Some verbs are regular - you add 'ed' to the infinitive without 'to', while others are irregular. You have to learn the past participle e.g. to go -gone to take -taken to find -foundto see -seen to give -given to buy – boughtThe form – the auxiliary verbThe auxiliary verb is 'to have'. When we make the present perfect we use the present simple form of 'to have': I/you/we/they have ...he/she/it has...The form is often shortened to: I've, she's, we've, etc. She has gone for a break.She's gone for a break. We use the auxiliary to make negatives, questions and short answers. I haven't done it before.Has she done it before?Yes, she has.No, she hasn't.Adverbs of timeThere are some adverbs of time that are commonly used with the present perfect.Just -This means it happened recently, not a long time ago She's just gone for a break. Never -This means it has not happened, not even once.I've never given mouth to mouth. Aly -This emphasises that something has happened before nowI have aly called the doctor. She is coming. The adverb goes between the auxiliary verb and the main verb. /200707/15910樊城区人民医院是什么医院 英语会话800句 64 /200609/9328And in the course of his childhood,他的童年,he had 30 major surgical procedures.经历了 30次重大外科手术。And he spent all this time stuck in the hospital while he was having those procedures,他一直待在医院里,而正是这些治疗过程,as a result of which he now can walk.让他现在有了行走的能力。And while he was there, they sent tutors around to help him with his school work.他在住院期间,医院请了家庭教师来指导他的功课。And he worked very hard because there was nothing else to do.他学习非常努力,因为他没有别的事可做。And he ended up achieving at a level that had never before been contemplated by any member of his family.最终,他达到了他家庭内任何成员都从未达到过的高度。He was the first one in his family, in fact, to go to college,他是他的家庭成员里第一个去上大学的人,where he lived on campus and drove a specially-fitted car that accommodated his unusual body.他住在学校宿舍并且自己开车一辆为他身体状况特别制造的汽车。And his mother told me this story of coming home one day-and he went to college nearby-and she said, I saw that car, which you can always recognize,他的母亲告诉我一个故事,他去了家附近的大学,她说,我看到了那部车,一眼就认出来是他的车子,in the parking lot of a bar, she said.停在一家酒吧的停车场。And I thought to myself, theyre six feet tall, hes three feet tall.我想了想,他们六英尺高,他三英尺高。Two beers for them is four beers for him.他们喝两瓶啤酒,在他那里就相当于四瓶啤酒。She said, I knew I couldnt go in there and interrupt him,她说,我知道我不能走进去打扰他,but I went home, and I left him eight messages on his cell phone.但我回家之后,给他发了八条短信。She said, And then I thought,她说,我想,if someone had said to me when he was born that my future worry would be that hed go drinking and driving with his college buddies.在他出生的时候,如果有人对我说,我未来的担心是他会和他大学友人酒后驾车。And I said to her, What do you think you did that helped him to emerge as this charming, accomplished, wonderful person?我对她说,你觉得你做了什么,帮他成为一个有魅力、 成功、 精的人吗?And she said, What did I do? I loved him, thats all.她说,我做了什么?我爱他,就这样。Clinton just always had that light in him.克林顿一直都有这样的光芒。And his father and I were lucky enough to be the first to see it there.他的父亲和我很幸运,最早看见了他的光芒。201603/431490襄樊第一人民医院修复处女膜

襄阳宜城妇幼保健院中医院妇科医生怎么样乐宁外教口语天天练No.38They knew all the cutting edge technology.cutting edge意指 most recentThey knew all the cutting edge technology.译文:他们了解最新的技术。 /200610/9483枣阳妇幼保健人民中心医院联系电话 President Salovey, Provost Polak, Dean Cooley, Dean Gendler, Secretary Goff-Crews, Chaplain Kugler, residential college leaders, honored guests, and, lest we forget, women and men of the Class of 2020 ... good morning and welcome. I want to extend my welcome to the parents and grandparents, siblings, and aunts and uncles who are with us today. As I welcome you, I also want to acknowledge your hard work and sacrifices. Without you, those of us on stage and our colleagues throughout the campus – the librarians, dining hall workers, professors, custodians, groundskeepers, coaches, lecturers, religious leaders, tutors, and administrative assistants – without you, we would not have the honor of guiding these young adults, our newest Yalies, through their undergraduate years. Thank you for trusting us with this duty. As for you, Class of 2020, I would like to start things off by giving you your first homework assignment. What I want you to do today is to take a quiet moment to acknowledge your privileges and your blessings, and be sure to thank someone who is not here for his or her commitment to your success. You have all been blessed numerous times over with remarkable abilities. You might excel at interpreting or running or coding. You might have a gift to conjugate or titrate or swim. Maybe you sing or debate. (Im also guessing that more than a few of you are level 5 or higher in Pokémon Go and have aly discovered that this very place where you are sitting is a massive Pokémon Gym.) That aside, these blessings brought you here … but only in part. But what you also have to realize is how others, beyond your family, had a role in your success. Im sure that with little effort you all can make a long list of people who deserve some recognition and appreciation: Neighbors, best friends, calculus teachers, guidance counselors, cafeteria workers, chess club instructors, bosses, yearbook advisers, principals. On this special day that is all about you, do the proper and generous thing and make someone elses day special by thanking them, in writing. As you count and share your blessings, reflect for a moment on who you are and how far you have traveled to get here. You hail from small towns in remote places and high rises in megacities; youve spent endless hours on the family farm, helped your parents in the family restaurant, and volunteered at social service agencies trying to help families in dire straits. You are from public schools (mostly), parochial schools, and private schools. You are from every state in the ed States and from 50 other countries. You are from Potomac, Scarsdale, Capetown, Fayetteville, Coral Gables, Waban, Singapore, Carmel, Guilford, Branford, New Haven, and too many other places to mention. You have come from everywhere and you bring with you your own stories. But now you are here. What are you supposed to do now, you might be asking yourself? Who are you to become? Ultimately, youre the only ones who are going to be able to answer these questions, but you are also going to have a lot of help along the way from the people you are going to meet over the next four years, including me. Let me start by telling you a story that speaks to this moment. A few years ago, my family loaded the car and drove up to Maine. We were taking our daughter to her first sleep-away camp and figured we would turn the first part of our trip into a vacation. My wife booked a hotel for us in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a beautiful, coastal town known for its Fourth of July fireworks. We planned to get there early so that we could see them, then continue on our way the next day. After we checked into the hotel, we set out on foot and soon found ourselves at Strawbery Banke Museum, a 10-acre site that recounts over 300 years of American history. At Strawbery Banke, visitors stroll around painstakingly recreated gardens and houses and get to speak to costumed role players. As a historian of the ed States who specializes in the African American experience, these kinds of places usually give me pause as they tend toward oversimplified narratives of this nations rich and complex past. Thankfully, and to its credit, Strawbery Banke did not hide from the challenges of its particular past. But this is not actually why I share this story. I mention Strawbery Banke because, as fate would have it, I had come on a day when the museum was hosting a naturalization ceremony. On that day, the Fourth of July, the anniversary of this countrys declaration of independence, a few hundred people from around the world, from all different life circumstances, had gathered on that site to present their requisite paperwork, to declare their allegiance to this country, and to become legal citizens. The cumulative and completely unexpected significance of this moment caught me off guard, and when the magistrate declared, en masse, that the assembled were now citizens, tears rolled down my cheeks. Sure, my emotions were fueled by a romantic patriotism – a naturalization ceremony on July 4th at a living history museum that tells an uplifting story of a colonial past? I mean, really. But I was mainly moved by the over-arching narrative: So many strangers had come to this place – the ed States, New Hampshire, Portsmouth, Strawbery Banke – theyd come to this place, believing in the possibilities afforded by full citizenship. They made a collective leap of faith that they would find, through citizenship, a place to realize their ambitions. For some, this meant access to certain jobs; for others, this meant uniting a family; for still others, this meant finding refuge. All, I am confident, believed that they were y to make substantive contributions to their new community.201611/476324襄阳第四人民医院周日上班吗

襄阳妇幼保健中医院打胎Three How often do you work out?每隔多久锻炼一次? 1 Introduction A Concerning physical exercise, American men and women, boys and girls, generally fall into one of two categories. Many Americans are extremely over weight and seldom exercise. One the other hand, many other Americans love to exercise and are in great shape. Many keep a fitness program; some exercise once a week, and some even less. Many have found physical exercise a productive way to deal with stress. 关于体育锻炼,美国男女老少,基本上可分为两类。许多美国人极度超重,很少锻炼。另一类是,其他很多美国人酷爱锻炼,身体很结实。 很多人都定有运动计划,一些人一周锻炼一次,一些人锻炼得更少。许多人发现锻炼身体对于缓解压力很有成效。B Just as exercise makes the bones, muscles, heart, and lungs stronger, researchers think that it helps the brain learn new things and remember old information better.由于锻炼身体可以使骨骼、肌肉、心脏和肺活量增强,研究者认为它还可以帮助大脑学习新知识以及更好地巩固记忆。C The sport middle-aged American people like to do are aerobics, bicycling, swimming, playing tennis, weight training, and doing yoga. Young adults enjoy all kinds of sports and fitness activities. 中年美国人喜欢的体育项目有增氧体操,骑自行车,游泳,打网球,举重,还有瑜珈。年轻人喜爱各种体育运动,健身活动。 2 Sample Sentences 1. I get a lot of exercise and I play lots of sports, but I’ve never had such a terrible backache. 我经常做运动,而且经常打球,但是我从未背痛过。2. You’re in great shape. / You are really fit. 你体格真健壮。3. I lift weights for an hour at a gym. 我在体育馆举重一个小时。4. I think aerobics are quite popular with teens and young adults. 我想健美操在青少年人中很流行。5. My husband has a regular fitness program. / He keeps a fitness routine. 我丈夫拥有一个很有规律的健身计划。/ 他坚持按时锻炼身体。6. What else do you do to keep fit? 你还做些什么运动来保持体形?7. What types of exercise do you do? 你做哪些类型的运动?8. I go swimming at the pool on campus. 我去校园里的游泳池游泳。9. How well do you play badminton? / How good are you at basketball? 你的羽毛球打得怎么样?你的篮球打得怎么样?10. Where are the tennis courts? 网球场在哪里? 3 Conversations 1. The difference. Janice: How good are you at sports, Bill? Bill: Are you kidding? I’m terrible! But I love to watch sports. I go to football or baseball games a lot. And I sports magazines every week.Janice: Wow! Bill: Do you like sports, Janice?Janice: Oh, yes. I like to exercise. But I don’t watch sports or buy sports magazines. I don’t have much time to do those things. Bill: Oh, I see. You know, we spend time doing different sports. How much time do you spend exercising?Janice: Well, I guess I exercise about two hours a day. I do aerobics three times a week, and the other days I play badminton1 with my husband. I always feel good afterward2. Bill: That’s great! I’ve heard people say that before. Janice: Well, why don’t you try to get some exercise? It’s difficult, but very rewarding3. Bill: Oh, I’m too lazy to play sports, and I’m not good at anything either. It hardly excites me. ——比尔,你对体育运动有多在行?——你开玩笑吗?我很差劲!但是我爱看球赛。我经常去看足球赛或者棒球赛。而且我还每周看体育报。——哇!——珍妮斯,你喜欢体育运动吗?——噢,对。我喜欢运动。但是我不看球赛,也不买体育报。我没有时间做这些事。——噢,我懂。你知道,我们把时间花在做不同的运动上。你一般锻炼多长时间?——我想每天大约锻炼两个小时。我一周做三次健美操,其它时候我和我老公打羽毛球。之后,我总是感觉很好。——那太好了! 我以前听别人这样说过。——那,你为什么不试着做些运动呢?虽然难,但是很有益。——噢,我太懒了,不想打球,而且我什么都不在行。我对运动没兴趣。2. Donna, a young Chinese student, is talking with an American teacher. Donna: I don’t understand why you always look so happy, so energetic. It seems like you’ve got good news everyday. Gary: Really? Do I look happy all the time? Donna: All I know is you look quite differently from other teachers. Gary: Oh, do you know why? Actually, it’s easy. Because I always exercise. My exercise, I think, is very hard. I often feel very good after conquering4 these difficulties. I feel alive!Donna: Oh, I know. I saw you doing pull-ups one time on the campus5 and some students trying to imitate6 you. Gary: Yeah, they are doing it for fun. Seldom would people like my exercise. It’s difficult and boring. Donna: It’s true. Many students do the exercise when they have to. We have P. E. once a week. Gary: But I think Chinese students need to exercise more. Besides exercise will help them learn new things better. Don’t students want to have a good memory? Donna: Of course. I didn’t know that. I only know exercise makes bodies stronger. I should take some exercise then. Do you have any suggestions? Gary: Well, do what you like to do. It can be anything. Jogging, doing aerobics, going bicycling, and playing ping-pong. Absolutely anything. Doing three or more workouts a week is good for you. But remember to do some stretches7 first. Donna: Oh, I know. Thank you. ——我不知道你为什么看起来总是这么高兴,这么有活力。好像你每天都有好消息。——真的吗?我看起来总是很高兴吗?——我所知道的是你看起来与其他老师很不同。——噢,你知道为什么吗?实际上,很简单。因为我老是做运动。我觉得我做的锻炼很难做。克这些困难之后, 我经常感觉很好。我觉得我在活着!——噢,我知道了。有一次我看见你在校园里做引体向上,还有一些学生在模仿你。——是啊,他们做是为了好玩。很少有人会喜欢我做的运动。很难又枯燥无味。——这倒是真的。许多学生做运动是迫不得已才去做。我们一周有一次体育课。——但是我认为中国学生需要多锻炼。而且锻炼身体可以帮助他们更好地学习新知识。学生难道不想好吗?——那当然。我还不知道呢。我只知道锻炼强身。那么我也应该做些锻炼。你有什么建议吗?——开始可以做你喜欢做的。可以是任何运动。慢跑、做健美操、骑自行车,还有打乒乓球。什么都可以。一周运动三次或者更多次对你很有好处。但是记住先舒展一下肢体。——哦,我知道。谢谢。3. Don is walking on the street. She saw someone in front walking like her American friend Kate. She is going to come up and say hello. Don: Hi, Kate. Kate: Hi, Don. What a surprise! Don: Yeah, I saw someone walking like you, but I wasn’t sure. We haven’t seen each other for how long? Almost three months? But you look quite different now. Kate: Have you noticed what has changed? Don: Oh, you look quite slender and more vivacious8. What have you been taking? Are you on a diet? Kate: Yes. I’m on a diet, but I’ve not taken anything. I just eat less and exercise more. And it really worked in the past three months. I’ve lost twelve pounds. Don: Wow! That’s great. I sincerely want to achieve9 my weight loss10 goals, but it’s difficult for me to keep up the exercise. Also you know, old habits are hard to break. Kate: What kind of exercise do you think I do? I just go to dance everyday after work. I’m taking an amateur11 dance class. I dance two hours everyday. Don: Dance? You only go dancing? That’s not hard. I can do that. Kate: Sure. Join my class next week. ——嗨,凯特。——嗨,唐。真是意想不到啊!——是啊,我看见有人走路像你,但我不敢肯定。我们多久没见面了?差不多三个月吧?但是现在你看起来很不同了。——你注意到了有什么变化没有?——哦,你看起来苗条多了,也精神多了。你在什么?你在减肥吗?——是。我在减肥,但是没有任何东西。我只是吃得少,多做运动。而在过去的三个月里真的生效了。我减了十二英磅。——哇!那太好了。我真想实现我的减肥计划,但是我很难坚持运动。而且你知道的,老习惯很难改。——你认为我做什么运动?我只是每天下班后去跳舞。我在上一个业余舞蹈课。我每天跳两个小时。——跳舞?你只是去跳舞?那不难。我可以做。——那当然。下周来我们班吧。4. Mr. Zhang wants his American friend Shirley to help him date an American girl. He is coming to Shirley’s apartment. Shirley: Hi, Mr. Zhang. What’s wrong? You don’t look so happy. How was your date?Mr. Zhang: I was turned down again. It’s frustrating. I guess you’ve got to teach me some skills. Shirley: Me? I’m even less experienced than you are. Mr. Zhang: At least you know what American women generally like in a man. Shirley: Believe it or not, I guess American women like a man in good shape, which Chinese women may not care about so much. That’s my honest opinion. I know you have been trying very hard. Mr. Zhang: American men are naturally taller than Chinese men. So even if I exercise, there aren’t many chances. Shirley: No, that’s not true. I’ve met two American women who were married to Chinese. But those Chinese look very strong and healthy. So if you exercise more often, I bet it will surely be easier for you to date American girls. How old is Jacky Chan? He’s small and short. But I bet he can have any American woman he wants. Mr. Zhang: You know, that’s going to be a tremendous12 change for me. Because I never exercise. Shirley: Why don’t you try then? Even if it doesn’t help you find an American girl, you could still have a stronger and healthier body. You won’t lose anything by doing that. ——嗨,张先生。 你怎么啦?你看起来不是很高兴。你的约会怎么样?——又泡汤了。真令人丧气。我猜你得多教我一些技巧。——我?我比你还没经验。——至少你知道美国女人基本上喜欢男人的哪一点。——信不信由你,我猜美国女人喜欢一个男人健壮,这点中国女人可能不会很计较。这是我很诚恳的想法。我知道你一直在努力。——美国男人生性就比中国男人高大。所以即使我锻炼身体,也不会有很多机会。——不,那也不对。我遇到过两个美国女人嫁给了中国人。但是这些中国人看起来很强壮、健康。所以如果你锻炼经常一些,我猜你肯定会更容易交到美国女孩子。成龙多大岁数了?他体格矮小。但是我打赌他要任何一个美国女人都可以。——你知道的,对我来说这将会是一个天翻地覆的变化。因为我从来都不做运动。——那你怎么不试试呢?即使它不能帮你找到一个美国女孩,你还可以拥有更加强壮、更加健康的体魄。这样做你都不会有什么损失啦。 4 Words and Expressions1. badminton 羽毛球 2. afterward 之后,以后,后来 3. rewarding 有益的;有报酬的4. conquer 攻克,攻取 5. campus 校园,大学, 6. imitate 模仿,以...作为范例7. stretch 伸长,舒展肢体8. vivacious 活泼的;快活的;有生气的9. achieve 完成,实现,达到目的10. weight loss 失重,重量损失11. amateur 爱好者,外行的,不熟练的12. tremendous 巨大的,极大的 /200603/5422 VOA流行美语 127: big shot/bent out of shape李华和Larry正在讨论是不是要去听有关中国历史的演讲。今天李华会学到两个常用语:big shot和bent out of shape.(Ambience sound in the Hallway)LL: Hey Li Hua! Are you going to the guest lecture this evening? Some big shot Harvard professor is going to speak tonight.LH: 你说今天晚上来演讲的教授是什么?big shot?什么是big shot?LL: I said he is a big shot. A big shot is an important or influential person.LH: 噢!Big shot是指一个很重要,很有影响力的人。那不就是我们中文里说的“大人物”嘛!哎!哈佛大学的教授就是大人物,big shot呀?LL: Actually, this guy is a big shot because he's an American who lived in China for thirty years after the revolution, and got to know some of the leaders of China personally.LH: 哟,他在中国住了30年,还认识一些中国的领导人。听起来倒挺象大人物的。那他为什么要到我们学校来呢?LL: Well, the president of our university and some other big shots from the city government are good friends of his. They invited him to come here and give a lecture.LH: 原来他和我们校长还有市政府的官员都是好朋友。嗯,我很想去听听他的演讲。对了,Larry,你听说Jack找到一份新工作吗?LL: Oh yeah, I heard that he's working for a big shot lawyer now. I'm really happy to see him doing so well after graduation.LH: 我希望那家大律师事务所能好好待他。有时候,为这些大人物工作,未必是件好差事。LL: Yeah, I guess so. Still, it's better to work for a big shot lawyer than to be a waiter at a coffee house. A lot of us history majors end up doing jobs like that after graduation.LH: 话是不错,给大律师工作总比在咖啡馆当务员好。可是,历史专业的毕业生也不见得都到餐馆去当务员。我将来就要争取成为一个有名的教授, a big shot professor!LL: That's good to hear. Just be sure you don't forget about me after you become a big shot!******LH: 嘿!Larry, 昨晚我去听演讲,怎么没看见你呢?那位教授讲得很有意思!LL: Well, that's good to hear. I couldn't make it because some idiot crashed his car into mine last night on the way over here. I'm still pretty bent out of shape about it.LH: 什么!你昨晚出车祸啦?Bent out of shape? 你是不是受伤了?LL: I'm fine! (chuckles) I said I am bent out of shape. That means I am very angry and upset about the accident last night, even though it wasn't very serious.LH: 噢!原来你是为了车子被撞而生气。Bent out of shape就是生气,发火的意思。嗨,没受伤就好,车子坏了有保险公司,别生气啦?LL: But I'm bent out of shape because the other guy was really rude. I had the right of way at a stop sign, but he drove through the intersection first and bumped into my car. Then he started yelling at me for not letting him go first!LH: 哼,他不守交通规则,抢先过了马路撞上你的车,还对你大声嚷嚷?怪不得你要气坏了呢!LL: (Angry) That guy is an idiot! Otherwise, I wouldn't get so bent out of shape. Let's talk about something else. What about the lecture?LH: 对!别谈这事了。昨晚那个演讲我觉得很有意思,不过,在那位教授讲完要离开会场的时候,有一群学生对他大吼大叫,好像是不同意他的某个观点。LL: Did the guy get all bent out of shape about it?LH: 没有耶,那位教授没生气,也没有理会那些学生。后来大家都离开会场了。LL: Well, that's good. If someone gets bent out of shape about different opinions, it usually means he's narrow-minded.LH: 所以,Larry,尽管撞你车的人不讲道理,你也不要小心眼,为这事生气。今天李华学会两个常用语,第一个是big shot,是形容很重要,有影响力的大人物。另一个常用语是bent out of shape,意思是很生气。 /200602/3347老河口市第一医院治疗宫颈糜烂好吗襄阳市中医院 是私立的吗

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