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Voice 1: Vampires are imaginary creatures. They exist in films and books. They have human-like bodies. And they usually have some kind of supernatural power. They survive by drinking blood - at night! Vampires bite their victim neck with their sharp pointed teeth. Vampires are not real. They do not exist. But the vampire bat still takes its English name from them. This is because the vampire bat survives by drinking blood!声音1:吸血鬼是人们幻想出来的生物它们只存在在电影和书籍中它们的身体和人类的身体很像一般来说,吸血鬼都拥有某种超能力它们通过在晚上吸血来生存下去!吸血鬼会用它们的尖牙去咬受害者的脖子吸血鬼并不是真实存在的它们并不存在但是吸血蝙蝠的英文名字却而来因为吸血蝙蝠通过吸血而生存Voice : The vampire bat is the only kind of bat that drinks blood. It makes a small bite in the skin of a sleeping animal. The bat has a way of helping the blood to flow. Without this, the blood would grow thick quickly, and the bat could not drink.声音:吸血蝙蝠是唯一一种吸血的蝙蝠它们会在睡着的动物身上咬一小口这种蝙蝠有种方法可以让血流动起来如果不这样,那血液很快会变稠,这样蝙蝠就不能喝到血了Voice 1: The secret is in the liquid inside a bat mouth, the saliva. The saliva contains a chemical that stops the victim blood from becoming thick. This chemical is very interesting to scientists. In fact, they are now researching the use of this chemical. They are perming tests using the chemical to treat strokes.声音1:秘密就在蝙蝠嘴里的液体中,也就是它们的唾液吸血蝙蝠的唾液里含有一种化学物质,可以阻止其吸血目标的血液变稠科学家对这种化学物质很感兴趣实际上,他们现在正在研究如何使用这种化学物质他们正在对利用这种化学物质治疗中风进行测试 译文属 5376。

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随着新年的到来,中国的80后们开始陆续步入而立之年,结婚成家成了“立”的重要物化标准之一而最新调查显示,四成以上1980年出生的人结婚还没有着落,更多年轻的80后们则对婚姻还没有明确的计划为何会出现这种现象?难道只是为了响应国家晚婚晚育的号召么?他们的婚姻观在新的时代中发生了什么样的变化呢?Twenty-four-year-old Mao Wenqi is a single white-collar worker in Beijing. In his eyes, he is single not because he doesn't want to get married - it's because he can't afd an apartment. "It doesn't occur to me to get married. I'm just beginning my career, which means my savings are little. An apartment, though it may not be a must, is nevertheless very important family members to feel stable. I really cannot afd it."Many young couples in big cities are just like Mao Wenqi. They may be psychologically y to get married, but hindered by the cost of property. Those who have taken out a loan and bought their dream house are mostly strapped with monthly mortgage payments.So how about those who are lucky enough not to have this pressure? Wang Ying, born in 1980, got married and bought her apartment bee real estate prices rose. But it seems she and her husband, Gao Yuan, are not living a relaxed lifestyle, either.Here's Gao Yuan, analyzing his family's most significant undertaking at present."Save money. Save money my kid. The next generation's school education will no longer be achieved as easily as it was when I went to school. Tuition fees are now some ,000 times higher than bee."Accompanying the problem of buying a home, young parents are also very worried about the next generation's future wellbeing. In China, the Double Income, No Kids family structure is not as acceptable as in Western countries, so the fear of feeding children becomes another obstacle the post-80s generation. 777。

Self-Rule: A Cultural History of American Democracy自治:美国民主的文化史内容概要During those same years,other ways of defining good governmentand sound public policy shunt majoritarian practices to one side.Late in the th century,these two great themes in the history of American democracy- individualism and majoritarianism- turn on one another in modern democracy's war on itself.讲解逐句对照During those same years,other ways of defining good governmentand sound public policy shunt majoritarian practices to one side.Late in the th century,these two great themes in the history of American democracy- individualism and majoritarianism- turn on one another in modern democracy's war on itself.多学一点individualism-ism 某种主义或学说exclusionism 排他主义marxism 马克思主义-istmarxist 马克思主义者agriculturist 农学家on itselfon oneself 独立地,靠自己by oneselfHe finished all the work by himself.on one's ownmusicFinally, Self-Rule assesses the polarized stateof contemporary American democracy.Putting the judgments of sixty-odd commentatorsfrom Kevin Phillips and E.J. Dionne to Robert Bellahand Benjamin Barber to the test of history,Wiebe offers his own suggestions on the meaningand direction of today's democracy.This sweeping workexplains how the history of American democracyhas brought us here and how that same historyinvites us to create a different future.讲解逐句对照Finally, Self-Rule assesses the polarized stateof contemporary American democracy.Putting the judgments of sixty-odd commentatorsfrom Kevin Phillips and E.J. Dionne to Robert Bellahand Benjamin Barber to the test of history,Wiebe offers his own suggestions on the meaningand direction of today's democracy.This sweeping workexplains how the history of American democracyhas brought us hereand how that same historyinvites us to create a different future.music精点评A history of our democracy(greg taylor) Robert Wiebe has written a brilliant historyof the American meaning of democracy.Over the years,Wiebe had deeply in democratic theorywhether written by philosophers,social scientists or what he calls publicists(what I would call popular commentators- people like Kevin Phillips, Robert Bellah,William Greider, Irving Kristol).He concluded that most of their writingsabout democracy had been skewedby a lack of any historical foundation.讲解逐句对照Robert Wiebe has written a brilliant historyof the American meaning of democracy.Over the years,Wiebe had deeply in democratic theorywhether written by philosophers,social scientists or what he calls publicists- people like Kevin Phillips, Robert Bellah,William Greider, Irving Kristol.He concluded that most of their writingsabout democracy had been skewedby a lack of any historical foundation.musicThis book is the result. He chose about 60 core writings(one by each author with the singular exception of Rawlswho is allowed two).The introduction is a summing up of the some of the problemsthat Wiebe has with these core writings.It comes down to the fact that,whether from the left, right or middle,all of the authors feel that We the Peoplehave failed to live up to our responsibility to see it their way.(Please note that Wiebe is much more elegantabout how he argues his point).讲解逐句对照This book is the result.He chose about 60 core writings(one by each author with the singular exception of Rawlswho is allowed two).The introduction is a summing up of the some of the problemsthat Wiebe has with these core writings.It comes down to the fact that,whether from the left, right or middle,all of the authors feel that We the Peoplehave failed to live up to our responsibility to see it their way.(Please note that Wiebe is much more elegantabout how he argues his point).music原音重现During those same years,other ways of defining good governmentand sound public policy shunt majoritarian practices to one side.Late in the th century,these two great themes in the history of American democracy- individualism and majoritarianism- turn on one another in modern democracy's war on itself.Finally, Self-Rule assesses the polarized stateof contemporary American democracy.Putting the judgments of sixty-odd commentatorsfrom Kevin Phillips and E.J. Dionne to Robert Bellahand Benjamin Barber to the test of history,Wiebe offers his own suggestions on the meaningand direction of today's democracy.This sweeping workexplains how the history of American democracyhas brought us here and how that same historyinvites us to create a different future.A history of our democracy(greg taylor) Robert Wiebe has written a brilliant historyof the American meaning of democracy.Over the years,Wiebe had deeply in democratic theorywhether written by philosophers,social scientists or what he calls publicists(what I would call popular commentators- people like Kevin Phillips, Robert Bellah,William Greider, Irving Kristol).He concluded that most of their writingsabout democracy had been skewedby a lack of any historical foundation.This book is the result. He chose about 60 core writings(one by each author with the singular exception of Rawlswho is allowed two).The introduction is a summing up of the some of the problemsthat Wiebe has with these core writings.It comes down to the fact that,whether from the left, right or middle,all of the authors feel that We the Peoplehave failed to live up to our responsibility to see it their way.(Please note that Wiebe is much more elegantabout how he argues his point). 783。

很多时候,人生就需要勇气,需要一种积极的生活态度只有具备了无畏的勇气,才会从囿于自我的小天地里解脱出来,才会更广泛自如地与人沟通交流,才会听到不同的声音Ask, Ask, Ask?Markita Andrews, the greatest saleswoman in the world today, has generated more than eighty thousand dollars selling Girl Scout cookies since she was seven years old.At age , Markita discovered the secret of selling. It starts with desire—burning, white-hot desire. Markita and her mother, their dream was to travel the globe. So at age when Markita in her Girl Scout magazine that the Scout who sold the most cookies would win an all- expenses-paid trip two around the world, she decided to sell all the Girl Scout cookies she could.But desire alone is not enough. To make her dream come true, Markita knew she needed a plan."Always wear your professional garb," her aunt advised. "Wear your Girl Scout unim. Always smile, whether they buy or not, always be nice. And don’t ask them to buy your cookies; ask them to invest."Markita went off in her unim each day after school, y to ask—and keep asking—folks to invest in her dream. "Hi, I have a dream. I’m earning a trip around the world me and my mom by merchandising Girl Scout cookies," she’d say at the door."Would you like to invest in one dozen or two dozen boxes of cookies?"That year Markita won her trip around the world. Markita is no smarter and no more extroverted than other people with dreams of their own. The difference is Markita had discovered the secret of selling: Ask, Ask, Ask! Many people fail bee they even begin because they fail to ask what they want. The fear of rejection leads many of us to reject ourselves and our dreams long bee anyone else ever has the chance—no matter what we’re selling.And everyone is selling something."You’re selling yourself everyday—in school, to your boss, to new people you meet," said Markita at , "My mother is a waitress: she sells the daily special. Mayors and presidents trying to get votes are selling ... I see selling everywhere I look. Selling is part of the whole world."It takes courage to ask what you want. Courage is not the absence of fear. It’s doing what it takes despite one’s fear. And, as Markita has discovered, the more you ask, the easier it gets. 95。

Man bites world 1 days in a row A man from LA travels around the globe with his girlfriend, relishing the world's amazing delicacies.There is nothing like trying a food that you really never had anything like bee. Thank you so much. It’s kind of really an exciting experience, I think. My name is Noah and I decided to eat food from different country every day in a row as long as I could. It went really long time, and I’m really sought now. I live up all my whole life in LA and to find out that there is much that I have never discovered is in one way very disappointing I guess I should have found it earlier, but also really liberating and exciting, just to know that there is that much more still to find.Oh, my! We serve this off to with a set of rules. I thought that would be useful by the first time which of no days off. So, you know, you gonna really do it everyday, weekends, have to, you know, just every single day.You know on Day 85, when you are getting Israeli food on Pico near our house, we are just both exhausted. It took the great meal to pull you out of that exhaustion. When you have just, you know, good meals or mediocre, or even worse, bad meals, it’s really, you know, a kind of that energetic, it makes you wonder why you do it again. As someone who is not a trained foodie, or not so foodie, there are times to notice that can we please talk about something else? Consistency of these noodles was fine.Somedays, it’s just Jackie-my girlfriend and I, someday it’s 8 to to people. a China day actually, there were about or 5 of us travelling all around, think of LA, going to different places. A lot of people could do look at my website as the restaurant review website, it’s not about restaurant reviews, it’s about their experience. You are doing a review a newspaper you go multiple times, you check consistency, you order the same thing like the Times. And you really kind of get a feel the overall retrain that restaurant on a night-to-night basis. This is about one experience, it’s, you know, they can have a lot of life, you can have a lot of life, and when you really go it the first time will pledge to us, actually a place like that is just so exciting because you really don’t know what’s gonna happen and you don’t know what food in the bill and how it’s gonna be, so part of the fun is just kind of waiting. And ended up to being on 1, was really just the testament. How amazing! Well, I think it could have technically gone on longer if the rule about cash had not been ced by me. 696。

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