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周一:句子反复磨耳朵(中级)10句
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周三:长难句子磨耳朵 10句
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    句子反复磨耳朵(中级) 91-100

    句子反复磨耳朵(中级) 91-100

    听前提示
    一、三遍英文,一遍中文,再一遍英文。
    二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。
    三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.polite 礼貌
    2.Siberian 西伯利亚
    3.cheating 作弊
    原文
    91.To know a language is one thing, and to teach it is another.会一门语言是一回事,教一门语言是另一回事。92.On arriving at the station, I called a friend of mine.一到车站,我就给一个朋友打了电话。93.Whichever way you may take, you can get to the station in about ten minutes.不管你走哪条路,都可以在十分钟内到达车站。94.Please pick me up by car in front of the hotel.请开车到酒店前面来接我。95.Working part-time at a supermarket, I found that some customers were polite whereas others weren't.我在一家超市做兼职,发现有些顾客很有礼貌,而有些则不然。96.I want to study abroad, even if my parents are against it.尽管父母反对,我也想出国留学。97.The Siberian Railway is at once the longest and best-known railway in the world.西伯利亚是世界上最长、最著名的铁路。98.Once you've got into a bad habit, it can be difficult to get out of it.一旦你养成了坏习惯,就很难改掉。99.I may as well go out than stay at home.我宁愿出去也不愿呆在家里。100.The teacher had her eye on me because she thought I was cheating.老师盯着我,因为她认为我在作弊。

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    Level 4-Day 10 Newspaper

    Level 4-Day 10 Newspaper

    词汇提示
    1.pamphlets 手册
    2.circulated 流通
    3.dispatch 电讯
    4.illustration 插图
    5.pioneer 先驱
    6.sensational 轰动的
    7.imitated 模仿
    8.gossip 八卦
    9.horoscope 星座
    原文
    Newspaper
    All the great cities in the world now have newspapers.
    But newspapers, as we know them today, are not that old.
    The very first newspapers began long after the invention of printing.
    They started in Europe in the 1600s, and were usually only a couple of pages long.
    For a long time, newspapers were not very common.
    Governments didn't want public discussion of their policies and decisions.
    Often they closed down papers, or taxed them heavily.
    The "Stamp Tax" on newspapers and pamphlets was one of the causes of the American Revolution.
    Newspapers began to grow in size when they discovered advertising as a source of income.
    Nowadays, advertising is the main revenue source for most newspapers.
    As newspapers became more widely circulated, they could ask for more money for their advertisements.
    By the late eighteenth century, newspapers were in common use in Europe.
    The 1800s and early 1900s was the golden age of newspapers.
    Improvements in transportation, communication and printing processes made it easier to collect news from near and far and to publish papers more quickly and more cheaply.
    The Weekly Dispatch and the Times, both of London, England, were leading newspapers through much of the 1800s.
    The Times was one of the first papers to include illustrations.
    It was the first newspaper to use a steam engine to turn the presses.
    A photographer, Roger Fenton, sent back photos from the war, which were published in the Times.
    Meanwhile in America, a more popular approach to newspapers had developed.
    The newspaper had spread west with the pioneers, and nearly every little settlement had its own paper.
    American newspapers were cheaper and livelier than British ones.
    They were aimed at the average person, rather than the governing class.
    Examples of the new style of editing and publishing were Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst.
    Hearst, especially, employed sensational and emotional writing, which aimed at stirring up the public to action.
    Hearst is sometimes accused of starting the Spanish-American War of 1898 with his over-heated editorials.
    Nonetheless, his methods were successful in raising circulation and were widely imitated.
    The modern newspaper contains more than hard news.
    In fact, news may be a fairly small part of it.
    Advertisements, gossip, show business, photos of celebrities, sports, stock market prices,horoscopes, comic strips, weather reports and much more are found in its pages.
    The modern newspaper is a total entertainment package.
    A question for the future is whether electronic newspapers will replace paper newspapers.
    翻译
    报纸
    世界上所有的大城市现在都有报纸。但报纸,正如我们今天所知,并没有那么古老。最早的报纸是在印刷术发明很久之后开始的。它们始于17世纪的欧洲,通常只有几页长。在很长一段时间里,报纸并不常见。政府不希望公众讨论他们的政策和决定。他们经常关闭报纸,或对其征收重税。报纸和小册子上的“印花税”是美国革命的原因之一。当报纸发现广告是一种收入来源时,它们的规模开始扩大。如今,广告是大多数报纸的主要收入来源。随着报纸的传播越来越广泛,他们可以为广告索要更多的钱。到了十八世纪末,报纸在欧洲已普遍使用。19世纪和20世纪初是报纸的黄金时代。运输、通信和印刷流程的改进使从远近收集新闻变得更加容易,并以更快、更低廉的价格发表论文。英国伦敦的《周报》和《泰晤士报》在19世纪的大部分时间里都是领先的报纸。《泰晤士报》是最早刊登插图的报纸之一。这是第一家使用蒸汽机转动印刷机的报纸。摄影师罗杰·芬顿(RogerFenton)发回了《泰晤士报》上刊

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    四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 9

    四六级听力死磕磨耳朵 9

    提示
    1.每期为一篇听力题,每篇裁剪为若干片段,每个片段重复四遍。
    2.可以前两遍盲听理解,后两遍根据文字内容精听。
    3.根据中英文意思,听不懂的地方多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.dissertation 论文
    2.aesthetics 美学
    3.adhere 遵守
    4.assigned 指定的
    5.philosopher 哲学家
    6.biography 传记
    7.parameters 参数
    8.cumulative 积累的
    9.manifest 表现出来
    原文
    2018.12六级第一套  Conversation Two
    Hi professor. I was hoping I could have a moment of your time if you're not too busy.
    教授,如果您不是太忙,我希望占用一点您的时间。
    I'm having some problems getting started on my dissertation and I was hoping you could give me some advice on how to begin.
    我在开始学位论文时遇到了一些问题,我希望你能就如何开始给我一些建议。
    Sure. I have quite a few students though. So can you remind me what your topic is?
    当然可以。不过我有过不少学生。那你能否告诉我下你的主题是什么?
    The general topic I chose is aesthetics, but that's as far as I've got, I don't really know where to go from there.
    我选择的大方向是美学,但就我所知,我真的不知道往哪里写。
    Yeah, that's much too large a topic. You really need to narrow it down in order to make it more accessible. Otherwise you'll be writing a book.
    是的,这个话题太大了。为了更容易完成,你真的需要缩小范围。否则你就是在写一本书。
    Exactly. That's what I wanted to ask you about. I was hoping it would be possible for me to change topics. I'm really more interested in nature than beauty.
    确实。这就是我想问你的问题。我希望我能够换个话题。我真的对大自然的兴趣要比美学大。
    I'm afraid you have to adhere to the assigned topic. Still, If you're interested in nature, then that certainly can be worked into your dissertation.
    恐怕你必须遵守指定的主题。而且,如果你对大自然感兴趣,那么这肯定可以写进你的论文。
    We've talked about Hume before in class right.
    Oh yeah, he's the philosopher who wrote about where our ideas of beauty come from.
    我们在课前谈到过休谟。
    哦,是的,他是哲学家,他写过我们关于美的想法来自于哪里。
    Exactly. I suggest you go to the library and get a copy of his biography. Start from there. But remember to stick to the parameters of the assignment.
    完全正确。我建议你去图书馆看一本他的传记。从那里出发,不过要记得遵照作业要求来写。
    This paper is a large part of your cumulative grade. So make sure to follow the instructions.
    这篇论文占你总成绩的比重很大。所以,确保遵循说明。
    If you take a look at his biography, You can get a good idea of how his life experiences manifest themselves in his theories of beauty.
    如果你看看他的传记,你可以很好地了解他的生活经历如何在他的美学理论中表现出来。
    Specifically the way he looked towards nature as the origin of what we find beautiful.
    特别是他把自然看作是我们发现美丽的起源的方式。
    Great. Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions, Professor. I'll let you get back to class now.
    If there's anything else you need, please come see me in my office any time.
    太好了。教授,感谢您抽出宝贵时间回答我的问题。我就不打扰您上课了。
    如果你还需要其他任何东西,请随时来我办公室找我。
    问题:
    5:What is the man's problem?
    A) He is too busy to finish his assignment in time.
    B) He does not know what kind of topic to write on.
    C) He does not understand the professor's instructions.
    D) He has no idea how to proceed with his dissertation.
    6:what does the professor think of the man's topic?
    A) It is too broad.
    B) It is a bit outdated.
    C) It is challenging.
    D) It is interesting.
    7: What's the man really more interested in?
    A) Biography.
    B) Nature.
    C) Philosophy.
    8

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    长难句子磨耳朵 81-90

    长难句子磨耳朵 81-90

    提示
    一、十个句子每个句子念两遍,念完后从头再念两遍。
    二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。
    三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.have a bone to pick 挑毛病
    2.essence 本质
    3.carbon dioxide 二氧化碳
    4.fuel 燃料
    5.plum 李
    6.blossoms 花
    原文
    81.
    If you have a bone to pick with a person, tell it to his face instead of saying things behind his back.
    如果你们之间有问题,应该当面告诉他,不要在背后说他。
    82.
    The amount of time someone is willing to spend on something may communicate how important it is to him.
    从一个人在某件事上肯花多少时间,就能看出这件事对这个人有多重要。
    83.
    That 'Ayumi' kid, only 13 but has performed in movies and theatres as a child actor since she was five.
    那个叫做Ayumi的孩子,你别看她才十三岁,她五岁的时候就成了童星,在电影和舞台剧中演出了。
    84.
    People who want to share their religious views with you almost never want you to share yours with them.
    想要跟你分享他们宗教信仰的人几乎从不愿你跟他们分享你的。
    85.
    Time is of the essence, Paul. If you don't tell her how you feel now, you'll never have another chance.
    时间就是生命,保罗。如果你不告诉她你现在的感觉,你永远不会有第二次机会。
    86.
    Carbon dioxide is a gas that is produced every time a fuel such as coal, oil, or natural gas is burned.
    二氧化碳是燃烧煤、石油或天然气这样的燃料时会产生的气体。
    87.
    In fact, love is the only genuinely precious thing in life; it's also the only thing
    worthy of pursuit.
    其实爱情是人生唯一的、真正珍贵的;也是唯一的、真正值得追求的东西。
    88.
    Country girls like to cut red paper into peach and plum blossoms and paste them onto doors and windows.
    农村的女孩喜欢把红色的纸裁减成桃和李的花及贴在门窗上。
    89.
    This is an example of confusing two things that have a common cause with one thing that causes another.
    这显然是将属并列关系的两件事误解成为因果关系了。
    90.
    Since all tasks have been completed without delay, we are ready to start the next phase of development.
    既然所有的任务都按时完成了,我们已经准备好开始下一阶段的开发了。

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    句子反复磨耳朵(中级) 81-90

    句子反复磨耳朵(中级) 81-90

    听前提示
    一、三遍英文,一遍中文,再一遍英文。
    二、从听懂的词入手,理解句子含义。
    三、根据中英文意思,听不懂的多听几遍。
    词汇提示
    1.to the tune of 达到...之多
    2.with regard to 关于
    3.at the sight of 看见...时
    4.malicious 恶毒
    5.gossip 谣言
    原文
    81.
    I had to pay the bill to the tune of ten dollars.
    我不得不付了十美元的账单。
    82.
    If it's not too much trouble, I would like some help.
    如果不太麻烦的话,我想请你帮个忙。
    83.
    I must keep a secret with regard to the fact.
    关于这一事实,我必须保守秘密。
    84.
    Feeling the house shake, I ran out into the yard at the back of the house.
    感觉到房子在摇晃,我跑到房子后面的院子里。
    85.
    Should he be given another chance, he would do his best.
    如果再给他一次机会,他会尽最大努力。
    86.
    You have to study hard to catch up with your class.
    你必须努力学习才能赶上班里的其他人。
    87.
    The girl began to cry at the sight of a dog.
    那女孩一看见狗就哭了起来。
    88.
    Malicious gossip spreads like wildfire. I guess that's why they say bad news travels fast.
    恶意的流言蜚语如野火般蔓延。我想这就是为什么他们说坏事传千里。
    89.
    One sunny day in April, I went out for a walk.
    四月里的一天,天气晴朗,我出去散步。
    90.
    It will be done a week from today, that is, on May 3.
    从今天起一个星期,也就是5月3日,能够完成。

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    Level 4-Day 9 Niagara-on-the-Lake

    Level 4-Day 9 Niagara-on-the-Lake

    词汇提示
    1.forts 要塞
    2.rows 一行
    3.vine 葡萄藤
    4.mild 暖和的
    5.humid 湿润的
    6.flourish 茂盛的
    7.shrubs 乔木
    8.perfume 香气
    9.enthusiasts 爱好者
    10.marina 码头
    11.wagon 马车
    12.hectic 忙碌
    原文
    Niagara-on-the-Lake
    Niagara-on-the-Lake is a little town at the mouth of the Niagara River.
    It is only twelve miles north of Niagara Falls.
    It used to be true that very few tourists would bother to travel from the Falls down to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
    Nowadays, however, the little town itself is a major tourist attraction.
    The town has a remarkable history.
    The area played an important role in both the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.
    As a result, the little town has two forts, Fort George and Fort Mississauga.
    When Fort George was reconstructed for the public in the 1930s, Niagara-on-the-Lake got its first big tourist attraction.
    Because Niagara-on-the-Lake was the first capital of Ontario, it has many significant "firsts."
    There was the first parliament in the province, the first legal society, the first library, the first newspaper, the first museum building, and many more "firsts."
    Besides its history, the town, which is bordered by Lake Ontario and the Niagara River, has beautiful scenery.
    On a summer's day, visitors can watch the sailboats going out the river to the lake.
    On the landside, Niagara is part of the fruit belt of Ontario.
    Peaches, pears, apples, cherries and strawberries grow here in abundance.
    There are also long rows of vines, and winemaking has recently become a major industry.
    The mild humid climate allows plants to flourish.
    The trees, especially the oaks, grow to remarkable heights.
    Flowering trees and shrubs perfume the air in the spring.
    Gardens are often spectacular for much of the year.
    Because of this, Niagara-on-the-Lake attracts many painters and photographers.
    Many of the private homes also have a long history, and great care is taken to keep them looking their best.
    The biggest single attraction is the Shaw Festival Theatre.
    The Festival was founded in 1962 by a group of Shaw enthusiasts.
    Early productions were often held in the historic Court House on the main street, and plays still take place there.
    In 1973, however, a new 861 seat Shaw Theatre was built at the south end of town.
    Since then, traffic to Niagara- on-the-Lake has been steady all through the long summer season.
    In 1996, Niagara-on-the-Lake was voted "the prettiest town in Canada.
    Partly, it is the scale of things that makes the old town so attractive.
    The old town is only about eight blocks long by eight blocks wide.
    It has a population of little more than 1,000 people.
    Nonetheless, there is a lot for people to do and see.
    There are many interesting shops, old hotels, bookstores, art galleries, museums, a golf course, a marina, historic churches and cemeteries, several parks, three theatres and lots of restaurants.
    Because it is small, Niagara-on-the-Lake is a good place to walk around or bicycle around.
    There are also horse and wagon rides.
    Although the main street can be hectic in tourist season,one doesn't have to go far off the main street to get in touch with an older slower time.
    Most of the downtown buildings haven't changed much since the days of Queen Victoria,and tourists can still imagine that they are back in the days before computers and television.
    翻译
    湖上的尼亚加拉
    湖上的尼亚加拉是尼亚加拉河口的一个小镇。它离尼亚加拉大瀑布以北只有十二英里。过去确实很少有游客愿意从瀑布到尼亚加拉湖。然而,如今,这个小镇本身就是一个主要的旅游景点。这个城镇有着非凡的历史。该地区在美国独立战争和1812年战争中都发挥了重要作用。因此,这个小镇有两座堡垒,乔治堡和米西索加堡。20世纪30年代,乔治堡为公众重建时,湖边的尼亚加拉成为第一个大型旅游景点。因为湖边的尼亚加拉是安大略省的首府,所以它有许多

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