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Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity  ----Martin Luther King Jr
         世界上再也没有比纯粹的无知和认真的愚蠢更危险的了。 --- 小马丁·路德·金
That we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of child --Bernard Shaw
         我们希望看到孩子们追求知识,而不是知识追求孩子们。 ----肖伯纳
Dictionaries are like watches; the worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite
true ---Samuel Johnson
         字典和时钟一样,最坏的一种也有胜于无,而最好的一种也不能认为是十分准确的。 -----塞缪尔·约翰逊
Work is the grand cure of all the maladies and miseries that ever beset mankind ----Thomas Carlyle
         工作是医治人间一切病痛和疾苦的万应良药。 ---托马斯·卡莱尔
Originality and the feeling of one's own dignity are achieved only through work and struggle ----Dostoevsky
        只有通过工作和斗争,人才能获得自己的独创性和自尊。 ----驼斯妥也夫斯基
Other people's interruptions of your work are relatively insignificant compared with the countless times you
interrupt yourself ----Brendan Francis
          别人对你工作的干扰与你自己无数次地打断自己相比,微不足道。 ----布兰丹·拂朗西斯
To sensible men, every day is a day of reckoning ----JWGardner
          对聪明人来说,每一天的时间都是要精打细算的。 ----JW加德纳
Don't believe that winning is really everything It's more important to stand for something If you don't stand
for something, what do you win? ----Lane Kirkland (来源:英语聊天室 http://chat.EnglishCN.com)
       不要认为取胜就是一切,更重要的是要有信念。倘若你没有信念,那胜利又有什么意义呢? ---柯克兰
Growth in wisdom may be exactlyi measured by decrease in bitterness ----Nietzsch
         智慧的增长可用痛苦的减少来精确衡量。 ----尼采
It is not enough to be industrious, so are the ants What are you industrious about? ----Thoreau
         光勤劳是不够的,蚂蚁也是勤劳的。要看你为什么要勤劳。 ----梭罗
Where there is no desire, there will be no industry ----John Locke
         哪里没有欲望,哪里就不会有勤奋。 ----越翰·洛克
Something attempted, something done ----HWLongfellow
       有所尝试,就等于有所作为。 ---H。W。朗费罗
Not by constraint or severity shall you have access to true wisdom, but by abandonment, and childlike mirthfulness
If you would know aught, be gay before it ----Thoreau
       通达智慧,不是通过克制和严格,而是通过放任和孩童般的无忧无虑。你想了解任何事,请保持心情快乐。 -----梭罗
The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they
cannot find them, make them ----Bernard Shaw
在这个世界上取得成功的人,都努力去寻找他们想要的机会,如果找不到时,他们就自己创造机会。 ----肖伯纳
Reading make a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man ----Bacon
阅读使人充实,交谈使人机智,写作使人精确。 ----培根
The art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook ----William James
智慧就是懂得该忽略什么的技巧。 ----威廉·詹姆斯
Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it ----Thomas Paine
想要收获自由之果的人,必须承受维护自由的劳苦。 -----托马斯·佩因
It never will rain roses When we want to have more roses we must plant trees ----George Eliot
天上永远不会掉下玫瑰来,如果想要更多的玫瑰,必须自己种植。 ----乔治。艾略特
Too great an eagerness to discharge on obligation is a species of ingratitude ----La Rochefoucauld
急于逃避履行义务是一种忘恩负义的行为。 ----拉·罗什福科
Time is a bird for ever on the wing ----TWRobertson
时间是一只永远在飞翔的鸟。 ----T。W·罗伯逊
All books are divisible into two classes: the books of the hour, and the books of all time ---John Ruskin
一切书籍都可以分为二类:即:一时之书与永久之书。 ---约翰·罗斯金
Young men are fitter to invent than to judge, fitter for execution than for counsel, fitterfo new projects than
for settled business ----Bacon
年轻人更适合发明而非评价;更适合执行而非决策;更适合从事新项目而非固定职业。 ----培根
Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested ---Bacon
一些书可以浅尝即止;一些书可以狼吞虎咽;而有些书则需要细嚼慢咽,好好消化。 ----培根
The three foundations of learning; seeing much, suffering much, and studying much ----Catherall
求学的三个基本条件是:多观察,多吃苦,多研究。 ----加塞罗尔
Natural abilities are like natural plants, that need pruning by study; and studies themselves do give forth
direction too much at large, except they be bounded in by experience ----Bacon
天生的能力好象天然生成的植物,必须通过学习加以修整;然而学习本身如若不由实践去约束,必然方向纷杂而漫无目的。 ---培根
If a man empties his purse into his head, no one can take it from him ----Benjamin Franklin
如果一个人倾其所有以求学问,那么这些学问是没有人能拿走的。 ----本杰明。 富兰克林
Books are to mankind what memory is to the individuanl ----John Lubbock
书之于人类,犹如记忆于之个人。 ----约翰·拉伯克
We cannot change anything unless we accept it, Condemnation does not liberate it, it oppresses ----Jung
对一件事情我们比学赶帮超先接受它,然后才能改变它。谴责并不能把我们从困扰中解脱出来,只会使之加剧。 ---荣格
"Classic" A book which people praise and don't read ----Mark Twain
“经典之作”是人人皆称赞却不愿去读的书。 ---马克·吐温
A man dies still if he has done nothing, as one who has done much ----Homer
既然无所事事亦难逃一死,何不奋斗终生。 ----荷马
Education is that which remains when one has forgotten everything he learned in school ----Einstein
教育是在学校所学知识遗忘后剩下的东西。 ----爱因斯坦
Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave
----Hery Peter, Lord Brougham
教育能使一个民族易于领导,但难于驱策;易于统治,但难于奴役。 ---布鲁厄姆
Make up your mind to act decidedly and take the consequences No good is ever done in this world by hesitation
-----Thomas Huxley
下定决心,果断行动,并承担后果。在这世界上犹豫不决成就不了任何事。 -----托马斯。赫胥黎
He that knows little soon repeats it ----Western Proverb
知识浅薄者,很快就回重复他所知的话题。 -----西方谚语
Hold what you really know and tell what you do not know this will lead to knowledge ----Confucius
知之为知之,不知为不知,是知也。 ----孔子
If a man in the morning hears right way, he may die in the evening without regret ----Confucius
朝闻道夕死可矣。 ----孔子
If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts; but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he
shall end in certainties -----Bacon
若一确信而始者,将止于怀疑;而一怀疑而始者,将止于确信。 ----培根
If there of us are walking together, at least one of the other two is good enough to be my teacher ---Confucius
三人行必有我师焉。 ----孔子
Ignorance is not innocence but sin ----Robert Browning
无知并非纯真,而是罪恶。 ----罗伯特·布朗宁
Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers ----ATennyson
知识来了,智慧却迟迟不前。 ----丁尼生
Knowledge is one thing, virtue is another ----John Newman
知识是一回事,美德是另一回事。 ----约翰·纽曼
Learning does not stop as long as a man lives, unless his learning power atrophies because he does not use it
-----Robert Hutchins
人只要活着,学习就不改停下来,除非学习能力因不学而萎缩。 ----罗伯特·胡钦斯
Learning is like rowing upstream, not to advance is to drop back ----Chinese Proverb
学如逆水行舟,不进则退。 -----中国谚语
Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous ----Confucius
学而不思则盲,思而不学则怠。 ----孔子
Learn whatever it may be, whenever you can, and wherever you will ----Chu Hsi
无一事而不学,无一时而不学,无一处而不得。 ---朱喜
Life is short and art is long ---Sophocles
人生短暂,学术无涯。 ---萨福克里斯
Much learning shows how little mortals know ----Francis Young
博学而后始知人类所知有限。 ----拂朗西斯。杨
My life is limited while knowledge is limitless ----Chuang--tze
吾生也有涯,而知也无涯。 ---庄子
Our pride chiefly rests on ignorance ----Gotthold Lessing
骄傲主要来自于无知。 ----戈特霍尔德·莱辛
People die, but books never die No man and no force can abolish memory ----Franklin Roosevelt
人会死亡,书却无朽。没有任何人可以丢弃记忆。 ---拂兰克林·罗斯福
Reading is not merely sympathizing and understanding; it is also critizing and judging ----Virginia Woolf
阅读不仅是同情与理解,也是批评与判断。 ----拂吉尼亚·伍尔夫
Reading is to the mind what exercise it to the body ----Richard Steele
读书之于心灵,犹如运动之于身体。 -----理查德·蒂尔
Students of ancient times all had their teachers For a teacher is a man who transmits the way, imparts learning,
and dispels doubts No man is born with knowledge, and then, how can a man be free from doubts? If a man has doubts and
does not learn from a teacher, his doubts can never be solved ----Han yu
古之学者必有师。师者所以传道授业解惑也。人非生而知之者,熟能无惑?惑者不从师。其为惑也终不解矣。 ----韩愈
Swelled heads are so preoccupied with the few things they know, so that there is no room left for the innumerable
things they don't know -----Bernard Show
自命不凡者,脑中被其所知的少数事物所占据,以致没有空间去容纳无数其所不知的事物。 -----肖伯纳
The more a man learns ,the more he knows his ignorance ----The Book of Rites
学然后知不足。 ----礼记
The success of revolution hinges on profound learning -----Sun Yat-sen
革命的基础在于高深的学问。 ----孙中山
To be fond of learning is akin to knowledge To practice with vigor is akin to benevolence To possess the feeling
of shame is akin to courage -----Confucius
好学近乎知,力行近乎仁,知耻近乎勇。 ----孔子
Traveling thousands of miles is better than reading thousands of books ----Chinese Proverb
行万里路,胜读万卷书。 ----中国谚语
What is important to a student's achievement is that he can make gradual progress increasingly and orderly
------Liang Chi-chao
学问之功,贵乎循序渐进,经久不息。 ----梁启超
The brain can be developed just the same as the muscles can be developed, if one will only take the pains to train
the mind to think ----Thomas Edison
一个人的头脑可以像肌肉一样得到发展,只要你肯不辞辛苦的训练你的心智去思考。 ----托马斯。爱迪生
Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors; and
the most patient of teachers ----CWEliot
书籍是人类最宁静很最永恒的朋友,也是最易接近和最具智慧的顾问,还是最有耐心的良师益友。 ----C。W·艾略特
Life being very short, and the quiet hour of it few; we ought to waste none of them in reading valueless books
----John Ruskin
人生十分短促,宁静的时间又不多;我们不应该浪费宝贵的时间去读毫无价值的书。 ----约翰。拉斯金
It is more valuable to seek truth than to own it -----Einstein
对真理的追求比对真理的占有更为可贵。 -----爱因斯坦
If well used, books are the best of all things; if abused, among the worst ----RWEmerson
如果利用得当,书籍就是最好的朋友;反之,如果滥用,它就会变成最坏的东西了。 ----R。W·爱默生
Learning is an ornament in prosperity, a refuge in adversity, and a provision in old age ----Aristotle
学问在成功时是装饰品,在失意时是庇护所,在年老时是供应品。 ----亚里士多德
People of high intellectual endownments do not require familiar ones in those they love They are just the persons
to appreciate the wholesome gush of natural feeling, the honest affection, the simple joy, the fullness of contentment
with what they love ----Hawthorne
富有才华的人不要求他们的爱人像自己一样出众。他们所欣赏的只是感情的自然流露、真诚的爱、朴素的乐趣以及与所爱的人在一起时
的满足。 -----霍桑
The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries ----Rene Descartes
读好书,如同与先哲们交谈。 ----雷内·笛卡尔
A great poem is a fountain forever overflowing with the waters of wisdom and delight ----Shelley
一首伟大的诗犹如一座喷泉,不断地喷出智慧和快乐的泉水。 ----雪莱
There are two motives for reading a book: one that you enjoy it; the other that you can boast about it
-----Bertrand Russell
读书有两种动机:一是从中获得乐趣;另一种则是可以向人夸耀。 ----罗素
Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge, it is thinking that makes what we read ours
-----John Locke
阅读只是用堆积的知识来充实大脑;只有思考才能使我们读过的东西真正成为自己的。 ----约翰·洛克
The profoundest thought or passion sleeps as in a mine until an equal mind and heart finds and publishes it
------RWEmerson
最深刻的思想或感情就如同地底的矿藏,在等待着同样深沉的头脑与心灵去发现和开采。 -----RW·爱默生
I would like to live to study, and not study to live ----Bacon
我愿意为了学习而活着,不愿意为了活着而学习。 -------培根
Conscience is an instinct to judge ourselves in the light of moral laws It is not a mere faculty; it is a instinct
-----Immanuel Kant
良知是一种依靠道德准则来批判自己的本能。它不只是一种能力,还是一种本能。 ----伊曼纽尔·康德
Laziness is like a lock, which bolts you out of the storehouse of information and makes you an intellectual
starveling ----Bernard Shaw
懒惰就像一把锁,锁住了知识的仓库,使你的智力变得匮乏。 ----肖伯纳
There is no royal road to learning ----Anthony Trollope
学无坦途。 ----安东尼·特罗洛普
Reading without reflecting is like eating without digesting ----Edmund Burke
读书不加思考,如同吃东西不经消化。 -----埃德蒙·柏克
Books are the ever-burning lamps of accumulated wisdom ----GWCurtis
书籍是积累智慧的明灯。 -----GW·柯蒂斯

 

 
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