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与人交谈时避免脸红的6个办法
  日期:2010-09-14 20:18:28
  【视频文本】 Blushing shows others your fear, anxiety, and embarrassment. Show your true colors with these blush crushers. You Will Need Relaxation techniques Doctor Appropriate clothing Hypnotist Step 1: Avoid alcohol and spicy food(少喝酒,少吃辛
J Records CEO Davis 活到老,拼到老
  日期:2009-07-31 07:35:19
  Anchor So what do Janis Joplin, Barry Mannilow, Luther Vandrous and Alicia Keys have in common? Well they've all got boost from the golden ear and the golden rolled disc of legendary hit-maker Clive Davis. After more than 35 years in the business, h
英语中让人头晕的八个句子
  日期:2009-01-16 09:30:02
  1. Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you. 麻烦没来找你,就别去自找麻烦。 第一、四个trouble是动词,第二、三个trouble是名词。 2. I think that that that that that student wrote on the blackboard was wrong. 我认为那个学生写在黑板上的那个that是
英汉对照:100个常见公共标志名称
  日期:2008-10-07 12:37:18
  1、Business Hours 营业时间 2、Office Hours 办公时间 3、Entrance 入口 4、Exit 出口 5、Push 推 6、Pull 拉 7、Shut 此路不通 8、On 打开 ( 放) 9、Off 关 10、Open 营业 11、Pause 暂停 12、Stop 关闭 13、Closed 下班 14、Menu 菜单 15、Fragile 易碎 16、This Si
50句趣味英语成语教会你什么是地道英文
  日期:2008-10-07 12:23:33
  1. A cat may look at a king. [字面意思] 猫也可以看国王。 [解释] 无名小卒也可以评论大人物。人皆可以为尧舜。不要因为别人的资格不够老,或经验不如你多,就不让他发表意见。 2. A penny saved is a penny earned. [字面意思] 节省一个便士就等于挣了一个便士。 [解
[在线广播] 语音讲解:Sichuan Earthquake 四川地震
  日期:2008-05-28 14:23:49
  Sichuan Earthquake 四川地震 在线收听节目 China Mourns Victims of the Sichuan Earthquake 中国为震灾遇难者哀悼 Relief workers remembering those who died Flags are flying at half-mast across China. China is coming to the end of an official period of mo
[地道口语] Long-Awaited Film 期待已久的影片(语音讲解)
  日期:2008-05-28 14:17:16
  Long-Awaited Film 期待已久的影片 在线收听节目 Stars Turn Out for the Premiere in London 明星亮相伦敦首映式 The glamorous stars of Sex and the City Sex and the City was a very popular TV show that ran from 1999 to 2004. It was a romantic comedy drama
单词新解:好吃 Yummy and scrummy
  日期:2008-04-08 09:10:57
  Yummy and scrummy - childhood terms for the taste of food. I remember using them when I was a kid. They're actually quite old - well, a hundred years or so - they're late 19th century - is the first time I've found a reference to them from 'yum, yum
英语中“亏损(to be in the red)”一词的由来
  日期:2008-01-21 14:25:30
  Before the age of computers, bookkeepers sat at their desks with two bottles of ink in front of them. One bottle contained black ink and the other one contained red ink. A company's profits were always written down in black ink, but all losses and a
[实用词组] Dab Hand 能手 内行
  日期:2007-10-24 09:56:57
  Dab Hand 能手 内行
Grist and grits
  日期:2007-06-30 20:21:30
  Word for the WiseJune 01, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Grist and grits We shouldn't be surprised that recent programs on fodder and grist were so much grist for listeners. One correspondent asked if the word grist somehow churned out the edible grits? The i
King George III
  日期:2007-06-30 20:20:08
  Word for the WiseJune 04, 2007 Broadcast Topic: King George III The baby who would grow up to lose the American colonies was born on this date in 1738. He was the first monarch from the House of Hanover to be born in Britain and to call English his m
Collocate
  日期:2007-06-30 20:18:09
  Word for the WiseJune 05, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Collocate A woman highly skeptical of the language used by bureaucrats checked in with us about a word she considered suspect: collocate. She told us she had come across plenty of (and we quote) errors
D-Day
  日期:2007-06-30 20:16:15
  Word for the WiseJune 06, 2007 Broadcast Topic: D-Day 63 years ago today, Allied forces began invading France. It was neither the first nor the last time the military has used the term D Day to refer to the day set for launching a specific tactical o
Retention and detention
  日期:2007-06-30 20:14:32
  Word for the WiseJune 08, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Retention and detention A question about retention versus detention held our curiosity. Since retention refers to an act of retaining and detention to an act of detaining, we'll keep our curiosity movin
Peanut gallery
  日期:2007-06-30 20:12:50
  Word for the WiseJune 12, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Peanut gallery A question about the phrase peanut gallery sent us scrambling back in time. First stop: the 1950s children's television program, The Howdy Doody Show , where the peanut gallery referred t
Roller coaster
  日期:2007-06-30 20:11:13
  Word for the WiseJune 13, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Roller coaster Picture this: June, 1884. The end of the trolley line, the beach at Coney Island. Squeals of excitement as the first ever customers of what inventor LaMarcus Adna Thompson dubbed his Swit
A favorite word puzzle
  日期:2007-06-30 20:09:33
  Word for the WiseJune 14, 2007 Broadcast Topic: A favorite word puzzle Listeners who love their word puzzles often challenge us by passing along a favorite. One such puzzle that only recently crossed our desk has in fact been around for decades, but
The year of the first fatal aviation accident
  日期:2007-06-30 20:07:55
  Word for the WiseJune 15, 2007 Broadcast Topic: The year of the first fatal aviation accident We would guess that most people, if asked for the year of the first fatal aviation accident, would have a difficult time hazarding an answer. After all, it'
Impressment
  日期:2007-06-30 20:05:50
  Word for the WiseJune 18, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Impressment The United States Congress declared war on Great Britain on this date in 1812. Although trouble between the two nations had been brewing for years, the injustice that captured the heart of A
Blaise Pascal
  日期:2007-06-30 20:03:51
  Word for the WiseJune 19, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Blaise Pascal Today we remember mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal, born on this date in 1623. If you know anything at all about Pascal, you probably know that the French mathematician is one o
A leg up
  日期:2007-06-30 20:02:12
  Word for the WiseJune 20, 2007 Broadcast Topic: A leg up A pig-raising neighbor approached us with a story and a theory on phrase origin. His recent attempt at trying to persuade a pig to move against its will had left our friend physically stymied b
Solstice & summer
  日期:2007-06-30 20:00:46
  Word for the WiseJune 21, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Solstice mdash;the other point is reached on or about December 22ndwe stand still and think not only about the solstice but about summer itself. We're standing still because the word solstice has a roug
Troop
  日期:2007-06-30 19:59:26
  Word for the WiseJune 22, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Troop More than one person has asked for the story behind the word troop. In short, the question comes down to this: if the plural troops is synonymous with the plural soldiers, is the singular troop th
English words with a Slavic origin
  日期:2007-06-30 19:57:53
  Word for the WiseJune 25, 2007 Broadcast Topic: English words with a Slavic origin Civil war broke out in the country then known as Yugoslavia on this date in 1991. Over the ensuing 16 years, the term Yugoslavia has faded from use, replaced by (among
Fungo
  日期:2007-06-30 19:56:25
  Word for the WiseJune 26, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Fungo With the major league baseball season in full swing, we can't pass up the opportunity to acknowledge the 1819 birth anniversary of Abner Doubleday. Although Doubleday was once credited as the man
Terms of 1844
  日期:2007-06-30 19:54:56
  Word for the WiseJune 27, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Terms of 1844 It was on this date in 1844 that the first ever assassination of a U.S. presidential candidate occurred. 163 years ago today, Joseph Smith was shot and killed while he sat in an Illinois j
Ponere offspring
  日期:2007-06-30 19:53:15
  Word for the WiseJune 29, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Ponere offspring A listener in India asked about any antonyms of the word postpone. If to postpone something is to hold it back to a later time, why do we not use the word prepone to talk about scheduli
Terms of the United Kingdom
  日期:2007-06-30 19:51:28
  Word for the WiseMay 01, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Terms of the United Kingdom Today we mark the tercentennialthe 300th anniversaryof the Acts of Union. The Acts of Union of 1707 names the two acts, one by the Parliament of England and the other by the P
Calling the question
  日期:2007-06-30 19:49:46
  Word for the WiseMay 02, 2007 Broadcast Topic: Calling the question Robert's Rules Day falls today; our first order of business is to note that the parliamentary celebration coincides with (well, actually is scheduled for) the 1837 birth anniversary
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