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泉州人流哪个地方比较好泉州新阳光女子医院治疗宫颈糜烂一般都需要多少钱Betwixt mine eye and heart a league is took,我的眼睛和心达成了协议,And each doth good turns now unto the other相约同舟共济互济互利When that mine eye is famishd a look,当眼睛无法将尊容亲睹,Or heart in love with sighs himself doth smother,或当热恋的心儿为叹息所苦,With my love picture then my eye doth feast眼儿便呈现恋人的肖像,And to the painted banquet bids my heart;旦邀心儿共享这画宴的盛况,Another time mine eye is my heart guest有时候眼睛也应遨赴心的宴席,And in his thoughts of love doth share a part共留连忘返于销魂的情思So, either by thy picture or my love,这一来,借了你的肖像或我的爱悦,Thyself away art resent still with me;远离的你却仍与我厮守相随 thou not farther than my thoughts canst move,随你浪迹天涯也摆不脱我的苦思,And I am still with them and they with thee;我紧紧跟着它,它紧紧缠着你Or, if they sleep, thy picture in my sight纵然情思入梦,你的肖像在我的眼里Awakes my heart to heart and eye delight.会唤醒寸心,叫心儿眼儿皆大欢喜 56泉州做人流哪个医院能用医保的 Raul: Thanks showing me around on my first day.劳尔:谢谢你在我上班第一天带我四处走走Ursula: Itrsquo;s no problem. I want to give you the lay of the land and tell you about the people yoursquo;ll be working with. instance, thatrsquo;s Julie over there. Shersquo;s really nice, but shersquo;s also a perfectionist. If you ever work with her, remember that shersquo;s a stickler about everything.乌苏拉:不客气我想告诉你公司的一些情况,还有你将与之共事的各位同事呶,那边的那个是朱莉,她真地很靓但也是一个完美主义者如果你要和她一起共事,请记住,她可是各方面都很挑剔的Raul: Okay, Irsquo;ll remember that.劳尔:好的,我会记住这一点的Ursula: And Phil over there? Hersquo;s a slacker and a troublemaker. Stay away from him, far, far away.乌苏拉:那个是菲尔他是个懒虫,也是一个惹是生非的人离他远点,越远越好Raul: Thanks the warning.劳尔:谢谢你的提醒Ursula: And thatrsquo;s Luis. Yoursquo;ll be working under him. Hersquo;s a slave driver and a workaholic, and he expects everybody else to be one, too.乌苏拉:这是路易斯你会在他的手下工作他是一个苛刻的上司,是一个工作狂,他希望别人也都像他一样Raul: That doesnrsquo;t sound good.劳尔:这可不大妙啊Ursula: Donrsquo;t sweat it. Standing next to Luis is Gil. Hersquo;s a yes-man and very, very ambitious, almost ruthless. Donrsquo;t get in Gilrsquo;s way.乌苏拉:别紧张站在路易斯旁边的那个是吉尔他是个应声虫,但野心勃勃,冷酷无情别去招惹他Raul: Okay, I wonrsquo;t. Thanks showing me around. By the way, whorsquo;s the office gossip?劳尔:好的,我不会招惹他谢谢你带我四处走走顺便问一下,谁在办公室里最八卦呢?Ursula: Oh, we donrsquo;t have one of those around here.乌苏拉:哦,还没这样的人呢 9ignoranceour own ignorancediscovery of our own ignorancea progressive discovery of our own ignoranceEducation is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance无知自己无知发现自己无知发现自己无知的过程教育是一个逐步发现自己无知的过程ignorance:无知、无学;实用短语:be in ignorance of sth 不知某事;实用例句:He is really ignorance of that thing.他的确不知道那件事情 18泉州市新阳光妇产正规

泉州新阳光女子医院地址查询One night, Mrs. Riley, an elderly widow, was walking along a dark, London street. She was carrying her handbag in one hand and a plastic carrier bag in the other. There was nobody else ill the street except two youths. They were standing in a dark shop doorway. One of them was very tall with fair hair; the other was short and fat with a beard and moustache. The youths waited a few moments, and then ran quickly and quietly towards Mrs. Riley. The tall youth held her from behind while the other youth tried to snatch her handbag. Suddenly, Mrs. Riley threw the tall youth over her shoulder. He crashed into the other youth and they both landed on the ground. Without speaking, Mrs. Riley struck both of them on the head with her handbag, and walked calmly away. The two surprised youths were still sitting on the ground when Mrs. Riley crossed the street towards a door with a lighted sign above it. Mrs. Riley paused, turned round, smiled at the youths and walked into the South West London Judo Club.(The scene is in a bank. A clerk is sitting behind the desk and a customer is writing out a cheque.)Clerk: Would you mind showing me your cheque card?Customer: Certainly. Here you are.(Suddenly a robber bursts in, he is holding a gun.)Robber: This is a hold-up! (points gun at Clerk) Hands up! Hand over the money or I'll shoot.Clerk: Just a minute. Would you mind waiting your turn? This lady was bee you.Robber: All right, but hurry up!Clerk: (to the customer) How would you like the money?Customer: In fives, please.(Clerk counts out the money and hands it to the Customer, who goes to the side to count the money.)Clerk: (to the Robber) Now then, sir. What can I do you?Robber: I've just told you. This is a hold-up and I want some money.Clerk: Well, I'm afraid it's not that easy. If you want me to give you some money, you'll have to open first.Robber: Do you mean that if I open all , then you'll give me some money?Clerk: That would be the first step.Robber: Okay, I'll open an . Hand over the m. Quickly.Clerk: (gets a m) Here we are. Just fill it in and sign at the bottom.Robber: I haven't got a pen!Customer: You could borrow mine if you like.Robber: Thanks.(The Robber tries to fill in the m, but has difficulties because he is holding the gun in his right hand and is unable to write with his left hand.)Customer: If it would make things easier, I'll hold that you (points to gun).Robber: Okay.(The Customer holds the gun while the Robber fills in the m. When the Robber has finished, the Customer hands back the gun. )Robber: Right. Now hand over the money. Quickly.Clerk: I'm sorry, but bee we can open the you'll need referees.Robber: (points to Customer) Will she do?Customer: I'd be happy to write a reference.Clerk: No, she doesn't know you well enough.Robber: What about my doctor?Clerk: Yes, that'll be fine one. And the other?Robber: (thinks hard) Would my probation officer do?Clerk: Yes, I should think so. Would you like to ask him to fill in these ms and then bring them back next week?Robber: So, if I bring back these ms next week, you'll give me some money?Clerk: Well, we'll see what we can do.Robber: (holds up ms and puts gun away) Right, then, I'll see you next week. Thanks being so helpful.Clerk: It's all part of the service. Good morning.Robber: Good morning.Customer: Good morning.Special announcement Mr. Valans. Would Mr. Valans, passenger on Pan Am Flight Number 35 to New York, please contact the Pan Am transfer desk immediately. Mr. Valans to contact the Pan Am transfer desk immediately, please.This is a security announcement. Passengers are reminded not to leave their baggage unattended at any time. Passengers must not leave their baggage unattended. Unattended bags will be removed immediately by the police.Kenya Airways to Rome and Nairobi, Flight Number 5, boarding now Gate Number . Kenya Airways, Gate Number .Your attention please. Olympic Airways Flight Number 563 to Athens boarding now at Gate Number 31. Olympic Airways to Athens, Gate Number 31.Would passenger Aldo Betini, who arrived from Rome, please go to the meeting point. Aldo Betini to the meeting point, please.BA wish to apologise the delay of their Flight Number 5 to New York. This is due to the late positioning of the aircraft to the stand.Assistant: Good morning, sir.Man: Good morning. I wonder if you can help. I've lost my coat.Assistant: Where did you lose it, sir?Man: Er ... I left it on the ... um ... underground yesterday morning.Assistant: Can you describe it?Man: Well, it's a full-length brown overcoat with a check pattern on it. It's got a wide belt, and one of those thick furry collars that keep your ears warm. It's a very nice coat, actually.Assistant: Hmm. I'm afraid we haven't got anything like that, sir. Sorry.Man: Well, to tell you the truth, I lost another coat last week. On the bus. It's a three-quarter length coat—it's grey, with big black buttons and a black belt.Assistant: Sorry, sir. Nothing like that.Man: Hmm. And then only this morning I left my white raincoat in a park. It's got a silk lining ...Assistant: Look, sir. I'm a busy woman. If you really need a coat so badly, there's a very good second-hand clothes shop just round the corner ...Doctor: Well, how's the patient this morning?Nurse: He appears to have had a very restless night.Doctor: Oh. Was he in very severe pain?Nurse: Yes. I'm afraid he was, doctor.Doctor: Hmm. In that case, I think we'd better increase his dosage of diamorphine.Nurse: Yes, doctor. By how much?Doctor: Let's see. How much is he on at the moment?Nurse: Five milligrammes.Doctor: Hmm. Increase it to fifty.Nurse: Fifty? All at once?Doctor: Yes, that's what I said, nurse.Nurse: But that's an increase of ty-five milligrammes.Doctor: I'm quite aware of that. However, when I operated on the patient yesterday, I found his abdomen was riddled with carcinoma. I'm sure you realize what that means.Nurse: Yes, I do, doctor. But I still don't feel I can accept responsibility administering such an increase.Doctor: Can't you? What exactly do you suggest, then?Nurse: That if you're convinced it's the right thing to do, you ought to administer the injection yourself.Doctor: Hmm. I see what you mean. Very well, I will.Woman: What did you do during the earthquake, James?James: Stayed in bed.Woman: What do you mean? Didn't you try to get outside?James: No. I'd got terrible flu, so I just stayed in bed.Woman: So what happened?James: Well, I must have slept through the first earthquake although nobody believes me. They said it was so noisy. Then I woke up about four in the morning. Still feeling terrible with the flu. Eyes running, nose running. You know how you feel when you've got the flu.Woman: Don't I just. I've been lucky so far this year, though.James: So I decided to get up and make a cup of tea. I'd just got into the kitchen when I started to feel all unsteady on my feet. Then I got this roaring noise in my ears. I still thought it was the flu, you see.Woman: So what happened then?James: Well, I slowly realized that it wasn't me feeling dizzy and the noises weren't in my head. I heard the people upstairs screaming. The wooden floor started moving up and down, the doors and windows started rattling and banging, all the kitchen cupboards were thrown open and cups and saucers came crashing to the floor, the kitchen clock fell from the wall ...Woman: Well, what did you do?James: What could I do? I just stood there and watched.Woman: Why didn't you try to get out?James: Oh, I couldn't be bothered. I was feeling so terrible with the flu. I just went back to my bedroom. Some books had fallen from the bookcase and that little porcelain vase had rolled to the floor but tunately didn't break. I even had to look my transistor radio under the bed. I picked it up and switched it on and they were telling people to go and sleep in the parks.Woman: So why didn't you?James: I told you, I was feeling too ill. And the nearest park is a long walk from my flat. And I didn't want to be with a lot of people. So I just stayed in bed and hoped the best. I didn't really think the house was going to fall down around me. Though several did, I found out later.Woman: Yes. I was sitting in a cafe when the first one started and the whole place started to shake. People were running and screaming and pushing to get out ...Martin, Robert and Jean are being interviewed on the subject of friendship.Interviewer: How important are friends to you, Martin?Martin: I've never had a lot of friends. I've never regarded them as particularly important. Perhaps that's because I come from a big family. Two brothers and three sisters. And lots of cousins. And that's what's really important to me. My family. The different members of my family. If you really need help, you get it from your family, don't you? Well, at least that's what I've always found.Interviewer: What about you, Jean?Jean: To me, friendship ... having friends ... people I know I can really count on ... to me that's the most important thing in life. It's more important even than love. If you love someone, you can always fall out of love again, and that can lead to a lot of hurt feelings, bitterness, and so on. But a good friend is a friend life.Interviewer: And what exactly do you mean by a friend?Jean: Well, I've aly said, someone you know you can count on. I suppose what I really mean is ... let's see, how am I going to put this ... it's someone who will help you if you need help, who'll listen to you when you talk about your problems ... someone you can trust.Interviewer: What do you mean by a friend, Robert?Robert: Someone who likes the same things that you do, who you can argue with and not lose your temper, even if you don't always agree about things. I mean someone who you don't have to talk to all the time but can be silent with, perhaps. That's important, too. You can just sit together and not say very much sometimes. Just relax. I don't like people who talk all the time.Interviewer: Are you very good at keeping in touch with your friends if you don't see them regularly?Robert: No, not always. I've lived in lots of places, and, to be honest, once I move away, I often do drift out of touch with my friends. And I'm not a very good letter writer, either. Never have been. But I know that if I saw those friends again, if I ever moved back to the same place, or some other reason we got back into close contact again, I'm sure the friendship would be just as strong as it was bee.Jean: Several of my friends have moved away, got married, things like that. One of my friends has had a baby recently, and I'll admit I don't see her or hear from her as much as I used to ... She lives in another neighborhood and when I phone her, she always seems busy. But that's an exception. I write a lot of letters to my friends and get a lot of letters from them. I have a friend I went to school with and ten years ago she emigrated to Canada, but she still writes to me every month, and I write to her just as often. Bill Walker works an import-export company. Last Wednesday morning Bill rang his office at nine o'clock. His boss, Mr. Thompson, answered the phone.Mr. Thompson: Hello, Thompson here ...Bill: Hello. This is Bill Walker.Mr. Thompson: Oh, hello, Bill.Bill: I'm afraid I can't come to work today, Mr. Thompson.Mr. Thompson: Oh, what's the problem?Bill: I've got a very sore throat.Mr. Thompson: Yes, you sound ill on the phone.Bill: Yes, I'll stay in bed today, but I'll be able to come tomorrow.Mr. Thompson: That's all right, Bill. Stay in bed until you feel well enough to work.Bill: Thank you, Mr. Thompson ... Goodbye.Mr. Thompson: Goodbye, Bill.* * *Mr. Thompson liked Bill very much. At :30 he got into his car, drove to a shop and bought some fruit him. He went to Bill's flat and rang the doorbell. Bill's wife, Susan, answered the door.Susan: Oh, Mr. Thompson! Hello ... how are you?Mr. Thompson: Fine, thanks, Susan. I've just come to see Bill. How is he?Susan: He doesn't look very well. I wanted him to see the doctor.Mr. Thompson: I'll go in and see him ... Hello, Bill!Bill: Oh ... hello ... hello, Mr. Thompson ... er ... er ...Mr. Thompson: I've brought some fruit you, Bill.Bill: Thank you very much, Mr. Thompson.Mr. Thompson: Well, ... I had to pass your house anyway. How's your throat?Bill: It seems a little better. I'll be OK tomorrow.Mr. Thompson: Well, don't come in until you feel better.Bill: All right ... but I'm sure I'll be able to come in tomorrow.Mr. Thompson: Goodbye, Bill.Bill: Goodbye, Mr. Thompson.* * * At three o'clock in the afternoon, Mr. Thompson locked his office door, and switched on his portable television. He wanted to watch an important international football match. It was England against Brazil. Both teams were playing well, but neither team could score a goal. The crowd were cheering and booing. It was very exciting.* * * Then at 3:, England scored from a penalty. Mr. Thompson jumped out of his chair. He was very excited. He was smiling happily when suddenly the cameraman focused on the crowd. Mr. Thompson's smile disappeared and he looked very angry. Bill Walker's face, in close-up, was there on the screen. He didn't look ill, and he didn't sound ill. He was smiling happily and cheering wildly!(1)(Ringing of phone)Woman: Four six four o. Can I help you?Narrator: Stop.()Man: His line's busy at the moment. Do you want to hold?Narrator: Stop.(3)Woman: There's no reply on that number. I'll try Mr. Shaw.Narrator: Stop.()(Ringing of phone)Man: This is Karim Premji speaking. I'm afraid I'm out of the office at the moment. If you could leave your name and number when you hear the tone, I'll get back to you as soon as possible.(Tone)Narrator: Stop.Henry: Cigarette?Tony: Oh ... er ... thanks, Henry ... Um, do you have a light?Henry: Sorry. Here.Tony: Thanks. Lovely day. Pity I'm on duty.Henry: I'll stand in you if you like. I've got nothing else to do.Tony: Oh no, I couldn't possibly ...Henry: Go on. Go off and have a good time. Here—you can have the Mini if you like.Tony: But ... are you sure, Henry?Henry: Of course I am. Take Jill up the mountains, or something.Tony: That's ever so good of you, Henry. Oh, you ... er ... you won't tell anyone, will you ... I mean, I am on duty.Henry: Not a word. Bye, Tony—enjoy yourself. Tony: Thanks, Henry. I won't get this ...Henry: Damned right you won't, you poor fool!Three people are describing their dreams.1. I knew that the brakes of my car needed repairing, but I did nothing about it, until one night I dreamt I was driving my car along a familiar road. Suddenly I had to brake because I was driving towards a wall. However, when I put my foot on the brake nothing happened and I crashed into the wall.. I was walking down an unfamiliar road when I reached a dark and miserable house. Grey clouds covered the sky, and so I went inside the house where I found a poor, pathetic person, wearing clothes similar to those my wife wore. I didn't recognize her and felt sorry her. There was nothing else in the dream but when I woke the next morning, I felt the misery and unhappiness of it all day.3. One day I was sitting in my office, listening to a group of colleagues whispering and talking about me. I couldn't hear what they were saying but it worried me. That night I dreamt exactly the same sequence again, except that in my dream I saw something I'd missed during the day. While they were whispering they were all looking down at something. The next morning when I woke up I realized exactly why they'd been whispering and talking about me. That day was my birthday. Wasn't it possible that they'd been looking down at a birthday card? My dream was right. I did get a card from my colleagues, whom I'd suspected of talking about me.Woman: The trouble with education in Britain, I think, lies with the teachers. I don't think teachers get nearly enough training in actually how to teach rather than the subject. I think they're too serious, too academic; they're not imaginative enough. And that means that there's not enough excitement in the classroom children to get interested in the subject.Man: Yes, I agree. I think there's too much theoretical teaching given and not enough practical education, with the result that pupils are far too busy studying exams to have time to learn about life itself and how to, how to live in the world.Woman: Mm. I think all teachers should be at least twenty-five bee they start teaching. I think they should be ced to live in the outside world, rather than go from the classroom to the university and back to the classroom again. I had a working mother when I was a young girl. She went back to work when I was ten and my brother was fourteen. She taught at a school of dress design. I studied English at university. Then I got a job with an advertising agency as an assistant. I studied English so I could get a good job with a good company. In 1980 I went abroad with a friend. We spent a month in Calinia. Then I worked a company which sold cassette tapes and books English conversation. I was still single at twenty-five, then my parents started to worry because their daughter wasn't married. Our neighbors and relations were asking when I would marry and they began to talk about an arranged marriage. In Japan they don't ce you to marry someone, but they may give you a chance to meet someone. I am very interested in jazz and I met my husband in a Jazz club. My parents didn't want their daughter to marry a eigner. They didn't want me to come to England, but now I work in London a Japanese newspaper. Once upon a time, there was a rich Caliph in Baghdad. He was very famous because he was wise and kind. One morning he sent his servant, Abdul, to the market to buy some fruit. As Abdul was walking through the market, he suddenly felt very cold. He knew that somebody was behind him. He turned round and saw a tall man, dressed in black. He couldn't see the man's face, only his eyes. The man was staring at him, and Abdul began to shiver. "Who are you? What do you want?" Abdul asked. The man in black didn't reply. "What's your name?" Abdul asked nervously. "I ... am ... Death," the stranger replied coldly and turned away. Abdul dropped his basket and ran all the way back to the Caliph's house. He rushed into the Caliph's room. "Excuse me, master. I have to leave Baghdad immediately," Abdul said. "But why? What's happened?" the Caliph asked. "I've just met Death in the market," Abdul replied. "Are you certain?" said the Caliph. "Yes, I'm certain. He was dressed in black, and he stared at me. I'm going to my father's house in Samarra. If I go at once, I'll be there bee sunset." The Caliph could see that Abdul was terrified and gave him permission to go to Samarra. The Caliph was puzzled. He was fond of Abdul and he was angry because Abdul had been badly frightened by the stranger in the market. He decided to go to the market and investigate. When he found the man in black, he spoke to him angrily. "Why did you frighten my servant?" "Who is your servant?" the stranger replied. "His name is Abdul," answered the Caliph. "I didn't want to frighten him. I was just surprised to see him in Baghdad." "Why were you surprised?" the Caliph asked. "I was surprised because I've got an appointment with him ... tonight ... in Samarra!"Dennis: You've been seeing Steve again, haven't you?Cynthia: What are you talking about?Dennis: You know as well as I do. One of my friends saw you together in a restaurant yesterday evening.Cynthia: Listen, Dennis. Look, I'm sorry. I was going to tell you. I really was.Dennis: Well, why didn't you? Why did you ... Why did you lie to me?Cynthia: But I didn't lie! How can you say that?Dennis: Yes, you did! You told me that your relationship with him was all over.Cynthia: But it is, darling! It ended more than a year ago.Dennis: Did it? Then why did you go out with him yesterday?Cynthia: Because he phoned me and said he had some business to discuss with me. What's wrong with that!Dennis: Nothing. But if that's true, why did you tell me you were going to have dinner with your mother yesterday evening?Cynthia: Because ... because I thought you'd be terribly jealous if I told you I was going to see Steve. And you are.Dennis: I'm not. I simply can't understand why you lied to me.Cynthia: I've aly told you. But you just won't believe me.Dennis: That all you did was discuss business together? Of course, I can't believe that!Cynthia: Well, that's exactly what we did! And it isn't true that I lied to you about my mother. When I told you that, I intended to see her. But then Steve rang and said he needed my advice about something.Dennis: About what?Cynthia: A legal matter.Dennis: A legal matter? Why should he ask your advice about a legal matter? You aren't a lawyer.Cynthia: No, but you are! And that's what he wanted to talk to me about. Somebody recommended to him. But bee he contacted you, he wanted to know if I thought you'd be willing to help him. I said I didn't know.Dennis: Help your ... ex-boyfriend? Give him legal advice? I'm not going to do that.Cynthia: That's what I thought you'd say. I knew it. 0福建省医科大学第二医院网上挂号 Part III[00:.79]Word of the millennium[00:.7]Key words:[00:19.30]Internet new words and phrasesera[00:7.]Vocabulary:[00:3.5]hesitate era lexicographer[00:39.]citation hold one's own[00:.3]A:Listen to a report about the word of the millennium.[00:50.81]List some of the reasons why the word was chosen.Fill in the blanks.[:5.79]B:Now listen again.[:30.]Focus on the comparison between the words "telephone" and "Internet".[:36.61]Supply the missing inmation.[:0.37]Part IV[:8.3]Short talks on listening skills[:55.99]Listen to the short talk entitled "Focus on the Main Idea".[:01.87]Some important words are taken away from the written passage.[:.33]Supply the missing words.[:.88]Focus on the Main Idea[:.01]Listening and ing require many____in common.[:.86]Finding_____in a paragraph is just one of these skills.[:7.3]The purpose of this talk is to discuss____a main idea is[:33.89]and how to____the main idea.[:38.86]Perhaps the best way to understand the main idea[:3.90]is to think of it as the____idea,[:8.9]or the most ____ idea which gives the paragraph purpose and ____.[:56.]That is to say,when you are trying to find the main idea,[:.6]you are actually thinking about the ____ of the given paragraph:[:.]Is it to____you about something,to explain,to narrate?[:.]Or is it to ____, to argue,to persuade,etc.?[:1.]When you get the right____ yourself,you are likely to have got the main idea.[:.9]The main idea of a paragraph is usually____in what is called____.[:36.7]More often than not,the topic sentence is the____sentence of a paragraph.[:.69]It is followed by other sentences,containing supporting____.[:51.66]When a____idea is discussed or when the purppose of the paragraph[:58.9]is to ___ and convince,[:.36]the topic sentence is sometimes placed at the____of the paragraph.[:.3]If a paragraph has an____main idea,it does not have a stated topic sentence.[:19.8]The mian idea is____by the sentences in the paragrap as____. 599福建省泉州一院网站

泉州流产一共要花多少钱Billy: Everything is now. I'm kind of sick of it. Jennifer: Each ring has 3 small diamonds inside the band. Billy: Oooh! One each of the zeros in 00! Wow! Jennifer: Stop making fun of me. Billy: So find a guy to marry and you can get one! Jennifer: I don't need a guy to buy a wedding ring! Billy: Oh, I see. You're going to wear one and pretend you're married to try to attract guys.be sick of...   对…感到厌烦 A: Do you like living in New York? 你还喜欢住在纽约吗? B: Yeah, but sometimes I get sick of all the noise and traffic. 喜欢啊,但有时候我对这些噪音和交通混乱感到厌烦diamond (n.)   钻石 A: What did you give your wife her birthday? 你送了什么生日礼物给你太太? B: A karat diamond ring. 一枚二十四K金的钻戒band (n.)   环带,戒指的金属圈部分pretend (v.)   假装make fun of...   取笑… A: Why do you look so sad? 你看起来怎么这么难过? B: Everyone made fun of my new haircut! 大家都在取笑我的新发型!attract (v.)   吸引 A: How does Harvard attract the best students? 哈佛是怎么吸引到最好的学生? B: It's the most famous university in America. 因为它是美国最知名的大学比 利:什么东西都跟这有关我都有点烦了 珍妮花:每只戒指的内环都有三颗小钻石 比 利:噢!那三个小钻组成了二○○○中的那三个零哇! 珍妮花:你别寻我开心了 比 利:那你找个男人嫁了就可以有一只了啊! 珍妮花:买结婚戒指用不着男人! 比 利:我懂了你是想带着戒指,装成有夫之妇来吸引男人 5199 A man is known by the company he keeps they say. If it is so,then everyone is bound to have their baggage of loneliness with them as companions.loneliness is not something that doesnt exist at all with any human being on earth.Every human being feels lonely in his life at some point or other. It but natural to have such feeling ,because that what makes us all human and that is why we are as we are now.他们说人总是为他身边的人所知的.如果是这样的话,每个人都注定与孤独为伍.孤独感是每个人都会有的,都会在某个时候,感到孤独,这是非常自然的.因为孤独感令我们成人,并令我们成为现在的我们.If we shed some light on why we feel aloof or lonely at times, we would be very much astonished or even probably surprised by the results. We ourselves are responsible our selfdefined gloominess. This is because at times we really feel that we are uncared or feel someone doesnt understand us.如果我们再三思考为什么我们有的时候会觉得高处不胜寒或孤独时,我们会对分析的结果感到非常的吃惊.我们自己应该对我们自己所定义的忧郁付责任.因为有的时候,我们真的觉得我们被忽视或者不被理解.Sometimes we over analyze real life situations and have this growing sense of self pity inside us. This feeling always gives us thoughts which picturise us always receiving the wrong end of the stick in life.The truth might not always be true if we touch our heart and see. Its just that our expectations in life and from people around us or circumstances that we are facing,have got the better of us. Expectation is the silent killer which murders millions of mushy and time tested relationships. If there would have been no expectations from anyone, the world would have been a much better place to be. If there would have been no expectationds,not many people would have had an aching heart and a life long grouse against there would have been better haves.If it wouldnt have been unreasonable expectations not many couples would have divorced each other.有的时候我们过度的分析了真实的情况,这令我们自己产生了自己怜悯自己的感觉.这种感觉经常会给我们错觉,如果我们扪心自问,真相并不总是真的,它们只是我们对身边人和环境过高的期待.期待是一个沉默的杀手,谋杀了无数经过时间考验的人也人之间的关系.如果没有了对任何人的期待,那么这个世界将会并得更好.如果没有期待,就不会有那么多人感到心疼,而对于有些人,一生的埋怨也就不会那么长了.如果没有那些不切实际的期待,也就不会有那么多夫妻离婚了.How to come out of expectations them? Good question. The answer is when you give something, dont expect anything in return. When our mother gave birth to us, she never expected that we will give birth to her.She has just fulfilled her desire to raise a family and live them. In the same way, let our actions make us live our self and let not expectation screw up the major portion of your lives. Let us have the freedom and will power to express our love, affection and longingness people whenever we feel. Let us not restrict our freedom of expression just because he or she is not responding the way we want them to.那么怎样才能跳出期望呢?好问题.是,当我们给予的时候,不要期待任何报答.我们的妈妈给予我们生命,决没有期望我们也给予她生命.她仅仅是完成了她拥有一个家庭并为之而活的理想.同样,让我们为自己而活,不要让期待成为你生命的大部分.让我们自由的表达我们的爱\感动和渴望.当别人没有象我们期待的那样回应,我们也不要失去表达感情的自由.Well all in all a little bit of loneliness is good a self-analysis to keep a check over your actions. Introspection always makes you communicate with the innerself, but too much of introspection can make you scale the altitude of self pity. So show restrain at the right time.当然,总的来说,一点点的孤独对一个人审视自己的行为是有好处的.自省总是会使你与你的心灵有所交流.但是过度的自省,会使我们总感觉遗憾,,还是适而可止的好. 5568泉州市第一医院官网专家在线咨询泉州哪有较好的民营医院

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