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People's choice of the Top 10 Best-Dressed Women of 2009 are 《人物》杂志年度“十大最佳穿着女性榜”如下:Kate Winslet - Best Red Carpet 凯特·温丝莱特:最佳红毯着装Vanessa Hudgens - Best Hippie Chic 凡妮莎·哈金斯:最佳嬉皮风Reese Witherspoon - Best Short Dresses 瑞茜·威瑟斯彭:最佳短裙Cameron Diaz - Best Jeans 卡梅隆·迪亚兹:最佳牛仔装Michelle Obama - Best Accessible Glamour 米歇尔·奥巴马:最具亲和力着装Freida Pinto - Best Use of Color 芙蕾达·平托:最佳色搭配Taylor Swift - Best Sparkle 泰勒·斯威夫特:最闪亮穿着Nicole Richie - Best Maternity 妮可·里奇:最具母性Beyonce - Best Street Chic 碧昂斯:最佳街头风Kim Kardashian - Best Bikinis 金·卡戴珊:最佳比基尼装British actress Kate Winslet lead the pack of People magazine's 10 best-dressed women of 2009, with US first lady Michelle Obama chosen for "best accessible glamour."《人物》杂志日前公布2009年度“十大最佳穿着女性榜”,英国女影星凯特·温丝莱特荣登榜首,美国第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马获“最具亲和力穿着奖”。Although the list, released Wednesday, does not have numerical ranking, Winslet, 33, who won an Oscar in February for playing a dour Nazi in "The Reader," was deemed to be the best-dressed woman on the red carpet on 2009 "with her unique brand of sexy sophistication, modern Hollywood glamour and those enviable curves."虽然这份于本周三公布的榜单并没有具体的排名,但凯特·温丝莱特则“凭借其特有的成熟性感气质,现代好莱坞的魅力以及令人艳羡的曲线身材”获评2009年度“最佳红毯穿着女性”。33岁的温丝莱特凭借其在《生死朗读》中饰演的冷酷的纳粹分子一角于今年二月斩获奥斯卡大奖。People named Reese Witherspoon as having the "best short dresses," "High School Musical" actress Vanessa Hudgens as best hippie chic, and Freida Pinto, the Indian star of Oscar-winning movie "Slumdog Millionaire," for having the best use of color.此外,瑞茜·威瑟斯彭获评“最佳短裙奖”,《歌舞青春》女星凡妮莎·哈金斯获评“最佳嬉皮风奖”,出演奥斯卡获奖影片《贫民窟的百万富翁》的印度女星芙蕾达·平托则获“最佳色搭配奖”。Brad Pitt, "Twilight" actor Robert Pattinson, and Bradley Cooper of "The Hangover" and "Nip/Tuck" fame were among the best-dressed men of the year. People said their attention to details like a scarf, pin or skinny tie "took their looks beyond basic."布拉德·皮特、《暮光之城》男星罗伯特·帕丁森、出演《宿醉》和《整容室》的男演员布莱德利·库珀获评年度最佳穿着男性。《人物》杂志称,他们对于围巾、胸针以及窄领带等细节的关注让他们“看起来与众不同”。Teen country singer Taylor Swift was dubbed "best sparkle."十几岁的乡村女歌手泰勒·斯威夫特获评“最闪亮衣着”奖。The annual best- and worst-dressed double issue, on newsstands Friday, also acknowledged the impact on fashion of the Emmy-award winning TV series "Mad Men," set in the 1960s, whose cigarette pants and sheath dresses have inspired new designs by Michael Kors and Tory Burch.《人物》杂志的年度“最佳着装”和“最差着装”合刊于本周五上架。杂志还肯定了以上世纪60年代为背景的艾美奖获奖电视剧《广告狂人》对于时尚的影响,剧中演员所穿的烟管裤和无袖紧身裙激发了迈克·柯尔和托里·伯奇的设计灵感。The People magazine special issue also looked at some of the fashion flops of 2009. Former "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul and actress Renee Zellweger were cited as having the worst red carpet dresses.本期《人物》特刊还回顾了2009年的一些时尚败笔。前“美国偶像”评委宝拉·阿布杜和女星芮妮·齐薇格被评为最差红毯着装明星。Singer Jessica Simpson's January appearance in unflattering high-waisted "mom jeans," which triggering a heated debate about weight issues in Hollywood, was among the "most memorable moments of the year," People said.歌手杰西卡·辛普森于今年一月身穿一条不讨巧的高腰“老妈裤”亮相,在好莱坞引起了一阵有关体重问题的热议。《人物》杂志称她当时的形象堪被列入“全年最难忘瞬间”。 /200909/854751. This moment will nap, you will have a dream; But this moment study,you will interpret a dream. 此刻打盹,你将做梦;而此刻学习,你将圆梦 2. I leave uncultivated today, was precisely yesterday perishestomorrow which person of the body implored. 我荒废的今日,正是昨日殒身之人祈求的明日 3. Thought is aly is late, exactly is the earliest time. 觉得为时已晚的时候,恰恰是最早的时候。 4. Not matter of the today will drag tomorrow. 勿将今日之事拖到明日。 5. Time the study pain is temporary, has not learned the pain islife-long. 学习时的苦痛是暂时的,未学到的痛苦是终生的。 6. Studies this matter, lacks the time, but is lacks diligently. 学习这件事,不是缺乏时间,而是缺乏努力。 7. Perhaps happiness does not arrange the position, but succeeds mustarrange the position. 幸福或许不排名次,但成功必排名次。 8. The study certainly is not the life complete. But, sincecontinually life part of - studies also is unable to conquer, what butalso can make? 学习并不是人生的全部。但,既然连人生的一部分——学习也无法征,还能做什么呢? 9. Please enjoy the pain which is unable to avoid. 请享受无法回避的痛苦。 10. Only has compared to the others early, diligently diligently, canfeel the successful taste. 只有比别人更早、更勤奋地努力,才能尝到成功的滋味。 11. Nobody can casually succeed, it comes from the thoroughself-control and the will. 谁也不能随随便便成功,它来自彻底的自我管理和毅力。 12. The time is passing. 时间在流逝。 13. Now drips the saliva, will become tomorrow the tear. 现在淌的哈喇子,将成为明天的眼泪。 14. The dog equally study, the gentleman equally plays. 一样地学,绅士一样地玩。 15. Today does not walk, will have to run tomorrow. 今天不走,明天要跑。 16. The investment future person will be, will be loyal to the realityperson. 投资未来的人是,忠于现实的人。 17. The education level represents the income. 教育程度代表收入。 18. One day, has not been able again to come. 一天过完,不会再来。 19. Even if the present, the match does not stop changes the page. 即使现在,对手也不停地翻动书页。 20. Has not been difficult, then does not have attains 没有艰辛,便无所获。 /200903/63641

"I can't wait to crawl in bed with you tonight. Pray that my flights are smooth w/ no delays. By the way, I'm sleeping in tomorrow. -Are we really waiting till 2011 for babies?"Whenever Claire Vath, 26, travels on business, she hides notes for her husband, Stephen, also 26, around their Birmingham, Alabama, home. “Our relationship was founded on letters, e-mails, and instant messages,” Claire says. “We have boxes of notes from the past ten years.” P.S. They’ve decided not to wait until 2011 for a baby.我快要等不及了,今天晚上要和你一起厮守。但愿今天的航班别误点吧。还有,我打算一直睡到明天。我们真的要等到2011年再要宝宝么?26岁的科莱尔·华斯经常出差。无论走到哪里,她总会给住在阿拉巴马州伯明翰同为26岁的丈夫史戴芬藏个小纸条。“在我们的感情世界里,有许许多多这样的纸条,电子邮件,还有即时通讯,”科莱尔说,“过去十年里,我们攒了慢慢一盒子纸条了。”另外,他们决定在2011年前生个宝宝。 /201003/99162

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  美国公司新推发光文胸 光生活由此开始Brighten up your life with a braBra that lights up.Add a spark to your day -- and nights -- with lingerie that lights up.A U.S. firm is selling bras and camisolestrimmed withcolourful light-emitting diodes (LEDs), as well as sequins and feathers, that literally put your breast in the spotlight."Light-up bras make a popular addition to any outfit, and will definitely bring you attention," the company, Enlighted, says on its Web site (www.enlighted.com).The California-based company custom-makes lingerie, including hot pink bras trimmed in marabou and lights and "wearable art" bras that have LEDs and sequins arranged in geometric patterns. It also puts LEDs on clothes, shoes and hats.Enlighted says the clothing is safe and comfortable, despite all the wiring and the battery needed to power the lights."Our electronics are lightweight, flexible and concealed within fabric linings. Seriously, you'd forget about the lights if you didn't have so many people staring at you!" it said. 让发光内衣来点亮你的生活吧!一家美国公司目前正在出售镶有五颜六色的发光二极管、亮片和羽毛等饰品的胸罩和贴身背心。穿上这样的内衣一定会让你的胸部成为众人关注的焦点。这家名叫Enlighted的公司在其网站(www.enlighted.com)上说:“发光文胸可以为你的任何衣着增添流行色,而且一定会让你成为众人目光的焦点。”这家位于加利福尼亚的公司专门为顾客订做内衣,其中包括用鹳毛和灯光饰边的性感粉红文胸,以及把发光二极管和亮片排成几何图案的所谓的“可穿的艺术”文胸。此外,公司还将发光二极管安装在衣、鞋和帽子上作为装饰。Enlighted公司称,尽管内衣里安有电线和电池,但这些内衣都是既安全又舒适。Enlighted公司说:“我们所用的电子产品都很轻、韧性好,而且藏在里料中。说真的,如果不是那么多人盯着你,你几乎都会忘记灯光的存在!”Vocabulary: be trimmed with :用…装饰 /200803/32939

  Get a Boyfriend Blazer  穿一件男朋友的外衣  Before you slip on a pair of weekday jeans, consider your workplace and what is appropriate—if you are a banker or a lawyer, you might be limited to twill trousers even on Casual Friday! But if you work in a more casual profession, try upgrading a sleek pair of jeans with a structured blazer. For a classic look, pair a black jacket (like Sarah Jessica Parker's velvet number) with dark denim or a bright white tuxedo design (like Gwyneth Paltrow's) with a lighter or acid-washed pair. Think suit and match light colors with light and dark with dark.  当你准备穿着牛仔裤去上班的时候,得先考虑一下你的工作环境,该穿什么合适。如果你是位家或者律师,那么只怕在休闲星期五这天也得穿着西装裤。如果你处在一个更宽松自由的领域里,则可以尝试一下穿上修身的牛仔裤和结构感突出的外衣。经典的搭配是,黑色的外衣加深色的牛仔(如莎拉·杰西卡·帕克)或者亮白色的小礼(例如)配更淡的裤子。考虑下让亮色和亮色搭配,深色和深色搭配。 /201008/111617。

  

  For all his flourish, President Barack Obama sure falls back on a few familiar phrases.尽管美国总统巴拉克·奥巴马在发表演讲时总是风光无限,不过他总离不开他那几句口头禅。Make no mistake. Change isn't easy. It won't happen overnight. There will be setbacks and false starts.如,“不要犯错”、“变革并非易事”、“这不会在一夜之间发生”以及“挫折和失败难以避免”等。Those who routinely listen to the president have come to expect some of those expression_r_rs to pop up in almost every speech.常听总统演讲的人几乎在他的每一次演讲中都能听到其中的一些表达。Yet in the portfolio of presidential phrases, none is more pervasive than Obama's four-word favorite: Let me be clear.不过,在总统的众多口头禅中,使用频率最高的莫过于他最爱的四字表达:我要说明(Let me be clear.)。It is his emphatic windup for, well, everything.无论讲话的内容是什么,奥巴马在最后表示强调时,都会用到这句话。"Let me be clear," he said in describing his surprise at winning the Nobel Peace Prize(speech). "I do not view it as a recognition of my own accomplishments, but rather as an affirmation of American leadership on behalf of aspirations held by people in all nations."奥巴马在发表诺贝尔奖获奖感言时是这样表达自己的惊讶之情的:“我要说明,我不认为这个奖项是对我个人成就的认可,而是对美国为实现各国人民愿望所发挥的领导作用的一种肯定。”"Let me be clear," he said in one of his dozens of pitches for a health insurance overhaul. "If you like your doctor or health care provider, you can keep them."在医疗改革问题的一次游说中,奥巴马说:“我要说明,如果你喜欢你的医生或保健务提供者,你可以继续留着他们。”Presidents talk so much in public that it is not surprising to find rhetorical patterns. Although Obama is known for aflair with the written and spoken word, his hardest mission is often to make complicated matters relevant to the masses.奥巴马所发表的公共演讲不计其数,所以在其中发现一些相同的用语也不足为奇。尽管奥巴马能说会写,但他最艰巨的任务常常是要把复杂的事情向大众说清。So clarity, it seems, is of the highest order.因此,清楚明白似乎就成了头等要事。Terrorists? "Now let me be clear: We are indeed at war with Al-Qaida and its affiliates."恐怖分子?“现在让我把话说明白:我们确实是在和‘基地’组织及其同党作战。”Student testing? "Let me be clear: Success should be judged by results, and data is a powerful tool to determine results."学生测验?“我要说明:成功应该通过成绩来衡量,而数据则是决定成绩的强有力的工具。”Iran? "Let me be clear: Iran's nuclear and ballistic missile activity poses a real threat, not just to the ed States, but to Iran's neighbors and our allies."伊朗?“让我把话说明白:伊朗的核武器和导弹活动确实是一个实质性的威胁,这不仅对于美国而言如此,对于伊朗的邻国和我们的盟国都是如此。”Auto bailouts? "Let me be clear: The ed States government has no interest in running GM."汽车业救助?“我要说清楚:美国政府对于经营‘通用’没有兴趣。” /200910/87081A school has brought in a masseuse to calm stressed pupils preparing for GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education) and boost their performance in the exams.The 30-minute sessions are being offered to 15 and 16-yearolds who are considered at risk of missing out on good grades.Twenty-five have had regular back massages from professional therapist Karen Etchells since the scheme was introduced three months ago at Priory Community School in Westonsuper-Mare, Somerset.The first massage is free, but pupils must pay £5 a time after that for the sessionswhich take place once a week on a Friday.Headmaster Neville Coles said they had proved particularly popular among the boys--especially the rugby team.He hopes the initiative will give GCSE results a lift."This is a high-pressure time for Year 11 students," Mr Coles said. "They work extremely hard and do get stressed. We have basically employed a masseuse to come in for a day. It is a mechanism to de-stress the kids and improve their exam results. ""At a time when we are constantly encouraging our Year 11 students to be at their very best and revise for their GCSEs we also want to provide relaxation activities. Massage is just one of these."Mr Coles said 32 per cent of pupils scored five GCSEs at grades A to C in the year before last . This had risen to 55 per cent last year and the school was aiming for 60 per cent this year. 为了让学生在英国普通中学教育文凭考试(GCSE)中取得好成绩,一所中学想出了让学生在中放松心情的减压妙招。那些在GCSE考试中有可能考不好的15、16岁的学生会接受每次30分钟的务。三个月以来,英国萨莫塞特郡韦斯顿市的一所名叫Priory Community school的中学请来了专业理疗师凯伦#8226; 伊契尔斯为25名学生提供定期的背部。第一次的是免费的,不过之后学生们需要以每次五英镑的价格在每周五享受务。这所中学的校长内维尔#8226; 科尔斯表示,学校的这一举措受到了学生们的普遍青睐,学校橄榄球队的小伙子们尤其喜欢。科尔斯还希望,务能够帮助学生在GCSE考试中取得更好的成绩。科尔斯说:“对于11年级的学生来说,现在正是压力很大的时期。因为他们目前的功课很重,面临的压力也很大,所以我们特意请来了一位师,帮他们放松身心,提高考试成绩。”“除了以外,我们还为学生提供了很多其他放松身心的活动。这些活动归根到底还是为了不断地激励学生努力学习,取得更好的GCSE成绩。”科尔斯校长说,该校学生前年参加GCSE考试时五科成绩甲级至丙级(A-C)的通过率为32%,去年这一比例提高至55%,今年希望能更进一步,达到60%。 /200812/58174Layoff stories like that are all too common. Managers often take a clinical approach when breaking the bad news, fearing they'll get sued if they say the wrong thing, or end up facing angry -- even violent -- employees. But being too cautious can make a boss seem downright heartless.Executive coaches say small-business owners in particular could use a lesson or two in easing the pain, since they often don't have human-resources specialists to help them out and they may go for long stretches without firing anyone.Here's some expert advice on how bosses can best express their regret over layoffs and leave their former employees with dignity and self-respect -- and maybe a little less anger.1 Say the right things.A manager should sit down in a private area and clearly tell the employees one on one that they are being let go and why, says Karen Lucas, a Chicago executive coach. Bosses who rarely have laid off employees before should rehearse what they will say, and even bring notes into the meeting, so they don't say the wrong things or forget something important.The basics: Be direct in telling people the company can no longer employ them and explain in detail the financial hardship causing the need for layoffs. And even if performance issues factored into your decision, tell the employees it's not their fault -- it's yours -- and that you've tried to avoid layoffs as much as you could.People feel better if "you're giving them a sense that this was not an easy decision but this was a decision that needed to be made," says Ms. Lucas.At the same time, refrain from talking about other employees' situations, which could raise questions of fairness. And don't bring up problems with an employee's performance if you haven't discussed them before. Stick to the point: Explain the financial circumstances that caused the need for layoffs.You should also give the employee time to react. Some people will be angry, some will cry and some will do nothing at all. But give them time to process what's happening and to ask the questions they need to ask.Also realize that they may not take in everything you say at such a tough time. So, Ms. Lucas and others recommend presenting laid-off employees with written materials explaining the terms of their layoff, including any severance or other benefits they qualify for.One final thing to remember: It's good to show sympathy and regret for the situation, but don't pretend you know how they feel, warns Leila Bulling Towne, a San Francisco executive coach. "Fact is, you don't know how they feel, because you're not getting laid off," she says. "Saying that will just make them feel worse."2 Help them move on.You can soften employees' pain over the job loss by helping them find their next job, especially now with the economy so bad. Present a list of possible resources for the terminated employee, such as job-placement experts or contacts at other companies hiring in your industry. Assuming they are solid performers, offer to give them a good recommendation and perhaps even reach out to acquaintances who you think may be hiring.It's also important to consider timing. Some managers prefer to handle layoffs on Friday afternoons, assuming that it gives everybody a chance to decompress. But Ms. Lucas recommends handling layoffs on a Tuesday or Wednesday, so people can immediately do something about their job situation, such as contact a career counselor or a prospective employer. Otherwise, they may just spend the weekend ruminating over the bad news.3 Allow for transition.Fearing retribution, some companies have security escort newly laid-off employees immediately to the door -- perhaps allowing them a short detour to their desks to collect belongings.Not only is this a major insult to employees who have worked hard, but it kills the morale of the employees who witness it. Unless there's valid reason to believe employees will act out, give them some time -- even a few weeks -- to announce their departure to colleagues and plan their next move.Paul Silvis, founder of Restek Corp., a chromatography company, says he has laid off about 60 employees over the years. He usually allows someone who has been laid off to stay on for up to a couple of months to give the person time to find a new job. He also says he does all he can to coach them and help them find a new position.Of course, he must trust the individual employees enough to think they'll act appropriately. And they're asked to sign a contract with some ground rules, such as promising they won't steal competitive information.But Mr. Silvis says the employees feel less like they're being kicked out the door. "The primary thing we try to do is let them leave with their self-esteem," he says. /200901/60603

  谁在吃垃圾食品?For years experts have argued that poor households are consuming less nourishing food than the rest of the population.But a survey of some of the lowest earners in Britain shows the nutritional value of what they eat is little different to everyone else.In fact, the same deficiencies in diet were shared by all the population and the findings suggest that poor eating choices are far more widesp than previously suspected - affecting many wealthier families.These included low fruit and vegetable consumption, not eating enough oily fish and eating too much saturated fat and sugar.'This is a large and significant study and it shows we are all eating just as bad a diet as each other,' said Tim Lang, professor of food policy at City University.The poorest families were eating only slightly more sugar and slightly less fruit and vegetables, according to the study of 3,728 respondents in the bottom of the population.Alison Tedstone, head of nutritional science at the Food Standard Agency, said: 'Overall, people on low incomes have less than ideal diets, but their diets are only slightly worse than those of the rest of the population.'The study also showed that low earners are choosing to eat unhealthily. Their food choices were not linked to their income, their access to shops or their cooking skills.The findings appear to contradict assumptions that the poor cannot afford healthier foods or are too far away from shops that sell them.The Low Income Nutrition and Diet Survey showed that like the rest of the population, the poor's daily fruit and vegetable intake on average is below the recommended five portions. Fewer than 10 per cent of respondents hit this target, while around 20 per cent ate less than a portion per day.More than three quarters (76 per cent) of men and 81 per cent of women did less than one 30-minute session of moderate or vigorous exercise per week.Some 45 per cent of men and 40 per cent of women were smokers.This compares with 28 per cent of men and 24 per cent of women in the general population. 多年来,专家们一直认为,贫困家庭摄入的营养食物比其他人群要少。而英国一项对最低收入人群的调查表明,这些人所摄入食物的营养价值与其他人群没有太大区别。实际上,所有人的饮食习惯都存在同样的缺陷。调查结果表明,“穷人式”的饮食选择所涉及的人群比之前预计的要广泛得多,影响着很多较为富裕的家庭。这种饮食所摄入的水果和蔬菜较少、油性鱼的摄入量不足、饱和脂肪和糖分的摄入量过多。城市大学食品政策教授Tim Lang说:“这是一项十分有意义的大规模调查。调查表明,我们的饮食习惯都很不合理。”根据对处于社会底层的3728名受访者的调查,最穷的家庭摄入的糖分仅略多一点,摄入的水果和蔬菜也只是略少一点。食品标准局营养科学部的主任阿里森·泰德斯通说:“总的来说,收入较低的人吃的较差,但他们的饮食也只比其它人群略差一点。”调查表明,低收入人群不健康的饮食方式是他们自身造成的。他们的饮食选择与收入、离商店的远近及烹饪技巧并没有必然联系。这一结果与穷人们买不起健康食品或离商店太远的假设相矛盾。此项低收入人群营养及饮食调查发现,与其他人群一样,穷人平均每天摄入的水果和蔬菜量低于专家建议的五份。达到这一建议标准的受访者不到10%,约20%的受访者每天摄入的果蔬量不到一份。超过四分之三(76%)的男性和81%的女性每周进行适度或剧烈运动的时间不到30分钟。其中,约45%的男性和40%的女性是烟民。而总人口中的这一比例分别为28%和24%。 /200803/32403Women do a lotof silly things to try to impress men; because men do a lot of ridiculous things to impress women, too. Though, even acceptedsocietal norms for picking up a guy often miss the mark becausewomen overthink things. Here's a look at some of the most surefireways that women think that they can impress a guy--and why they'llfail miserably every time。  女性总会做一些傻事去吸引心仪的男生,而男生也会做出许多离谱的举动去追求女生。不过,已被大众认可的追男方式却经常不凑效,那是因为女人错误地估计了它们所能产生的影响。下面来看看这些被女性认为肯定会吸引到异性而又屡屡失败的糟糕方法。  1.Makeup 化妆  Makeup doesn't doa lot for guys. In small doses it's alright, but if I want to geteyeshadow all over my clothes, I'll go see the Cure inconcert。  化妆对男人不会意味着更多东西,淡妆就行了。如果我想让衣上沾满女人的眼影,那还不如去听怪人合唱团的演唱会。  2.Perfume 香水  No man minds whena woman smells like nothing--a simple stick of deodorantaccomplishes this. Women who slather on the perfume end up smellinglike the front counter of Macy's, and it's a bit of aturn-off。  如果一个女人闻起来没有什么特别的味道,我相信没有男士会介意——你要是担心自己的汗味或其它不好闻的味道的话,简单地使用去味剂就可以解决这个问题。问题就是总有些女人会在身上喷上一层又一层的香水,这浓烈的香味会使她们闻起来像梅西百货里的售货,那多少让人有些失去兴致。  3.Name Brands 用名牌  You shouldn'twear name brand clothes that cost more than they need to justbecause you want to impress men. If you're trying to impress women,this sometimes works, but name brand items don't do much for anyman other than Ralph Lauren. And just to prove that men don't knowanything about brands, I just referenced Ralph Lauren. I have noidea if he makes good clothes. Probably not. But he's the onlydesigner I could name。  不要为了取悦男人就在他们面前穿戴名牌饰,他们不看重这个。如果你是为了刺激其它女性,这招的确奏效。衣的品牌名称对男人没有意义。为了明男人对品牌根本没有概念,我在这提下RalphLauren的名字。我不知道他是不是能做出好衣来,这无关紧要。但他是我能叫出名来的唯一一个装设计师。  4.Tanning 古铜色肌肤  Tanning salonsare all over the place, waiting to help you turn your skin into asort of orange, glowing monstrosity that looks like it was sprayedout of a can. There are men out there who are impressed by a goodtan, but they're what the scientific community calls "pig-ignorantslimeballs"。  各地滋生了专门做日光浴的美容院,你可以坐在屋子里看她们是如何把你皮肤变成带点橙色的,像发着光的小怪物,看起来好像是从哪个实验室的瓶子里逃出来的。有些男人对棕褐色皮肤确实很迷恋,但这些女人却被理性思考者称作“无知的可怜虫。”  5.Cosmetic Surgery 整容手术  It almost soundstrite to say that cosmetic surgery is ugly and disgusting. Everyoneclaims to hate it; yet, it's still a thriving industry. The thingis, though, the cosmetic surgery industry caters to a specific kindof person--the type of person who wants to look fantastic at allcosts. The industry isn't set up for making people beautiful. It'sset up to make people think they look beautiful. And if the resultswere fantastic, well, then all's fair in love and war. Ultimately,breast augmentation, fat reduction, Botox treatments ... all ofthis looks terrible to men, women, small children and animals.Plastic surgery may eventually provide a way for people to cheat themselves into looking younger。  整容手术是非常恶心令人厌恶的,这样的说法几乎是老生常谈,每个人都说不喜欢它。然而,它仍然是一个兴旺的产业,关键是整容业迎合的是特定人群的需要——该类人愿意不惜一切代价使自己看上去漂亮。整容业不能使人们变得更美,它只是使人们认为他们看起来美丽动人。如果整出来的效果很棒,那么好了,在爱与竞争中相关的一切都可以获得公平对待了。不过最终,隆胸,减肥,肉毒杆菌毒素治疗.。。这一切对男人,女人,儿童还是小动物来说都很可怕。整形外科所能提供的只是使人变得年轻的谎言。 /200911/89289

  For most of us, the purpose of the holidays is to bring peace, love,and goodwill towards all. Yet, for many, the holiday season often meansstress, fatigue, pressure, disappointment and loneliness。  对我们大多数人来说,休假的目的是为获得清静、关爱和友善,但是对很多人来说,假日却常常意味着紧张、疲倦、压力、失望和孤寂。  These feelings, often known as the "holiday blues," may be even more prevalent, due to the emotional turmoil of the past few months, not tomention the unsteady economy。  且不说变化不定的经济,过去几个月来情感上的波折就可能使这种被称为"假日忧伤"的情感更为普遍。  Experts say even the more ritual tasks of shopping, decorating,late-night parties, cooking, planning and family reunions can be holiday stressors。  专家说,甚至购物、布置房间、深夜晚会、做饭、计划和家庭团聚这种人们习以为常的事,都可能成为假日紧张的因素。  In addition, the psychological phenomenon known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, may bring a specific type of depression related to winter's shorter days and longer nights。  此外,季节情感紊乱症或称SAD的心理现象也可能导致一种与冬季昼短夜长有关的特殊类型的抑郁。  "Certainly just because it's the holidays doesn't mean people aregoing to be happy," says Dr. Doug Jacobs of Harvard University. "Andthis will be a particularly hard holiday for some who are dealing witha lost job, debt, or even a lost loved one."  哈佛大学的DougJacobs士说:“当然,假日并不意味着大家都会很开心。对于那些正在应付失业、债务问题、甚至失去亲人的人来说,假期将尤其难熬。”  And with family reunions becoming less frequent events over theyears, there is now the added pressure of getting just one chance toget it all right. "Families are much more disparate now. The disappointment and sense of alienation that often results from familygatherings, is actually a realization that the fantasy is notmet." says John Stutesman, a clinical psychologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago。  近年来,随着家庭团聚的减少,举办一个恰到好处的家庭聚会的压力也更大。芝加哥西北纪念医院的临床心理学家John Stutesman说,“现在的家庭是截然不同的,人们在家庭聚会中感到失望、疏远,实际上他们已认识到幻想不能实现”。  Still, say experts, the blues should be addressed. The most essential step, says Stutesman, is for the individual to acknowledge their feelings and the reason for their with drawal. "Denial will only compound the stress they're feeling."  专家们说,针对假日忧伤人们还是应该采取措施。Stutesman说,最根本的措施是人们应承认他们的感受和消沉的原因。他说:“否认只会加重其紧张情绪。”  Stutesman recommends people do things that are normally comfortingin order to get a handle on the holiday stress. "If they're feeling a little blue, they should try to do things personally satisfying for them. Maybe this is exercise, cooking, ing a book, or massage."  建议人们做一些通常令人宽慰的事来对付假日紧张情绪,如果感到有些忧伤,应去做一些自觉惬意的事情,如锻炼、烹调、读书或。 /200910/85883

  First Lady Michelle Obama’s affinity for hitting the gym is no secret. She showed off some of her hard work when she wore a pair of shorts.   第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马热爱健身已非秘密。穿着短裤出行的第一夫人显示了她勤加锻炼后的好身材。 /200909/83771。

  A friend asks me “Why Chinese don’t go Dutch?” So I want to regard this question as the topic and write an article. As everyone knows, Occidental will go Dutch while having a meal in the restaurant. But Chinese don’t go Dutch. Chinese will pay the bill and check out generously. Occidental don’t often entertain guests; but Chinese often invite friend to dinner. A lot of Occidentals feel puzzled to this question.一个朋友问我:“为什么中国人不是各付各的钱?”所以我要写一篇文章把这个问题作为关注的焦点。正像每个人都知道的那样,西方人在饭店吃饭往往都是AA制,而中国人却慷慨地把别人的也一起给付了。西方人不常款待客人,而中国人却经常邀请朋友吃饭。许多西方人对此感到困惑不解。 Why exists such a difference? Because of the East and West culture and custom are different on the surface. I will analyze this question concretely.为什么存在这样的差别呢?表面上的原因是由于东西方文化的差异。我将具体分析其中道理。First of all, food systems between China and Occident are different. Chinese put into practice Gather Dining System; Occidentals put into practice Individual Dining System. Everybody can share the delicious food of all over the table when eating Chinese food. Please note it is sharing; but Occidentals just eat the food in one’s own plate, if you eat beef, he eats chicken. It is impossible that you taste the flavor of his chicken. The result of the Individual Dining System is that you can only eat the food in your plate. It is unable to share. Ha-ha! What I said is right!首先,西方国家和中国的进餐方式不同。中国人实行的是“集体共享制”;西方人实行的是“个人分餐制”。中国人吃饭时每个人都可以共享桌上的每一种鲜美食品,请注意是“共享”;但西方人只是吃自己盘子里的食物,假如你吃牛肉,他吃鸡肉,你就不可能品尝他的鸡肉。“个人分餐制”的结果就是你只能吃自己盘子里的,不可能共享食品。哈哈,我说的不错吧!So to eat Chinese food is happier than to eat Western-style food. And I want to ask you a question. Do you like the free thing? I think nobody don’t like the free thing. Ok! Suppose I invite you to eat the delicious Chinese food, then I pay the bill. This is equivalent to that you have enjoyed a delicious Chinese food free. So you will be very glad. Have strengthened the relation between us in the happy atmosphere.因此,吃中餐比吃西餐更能让人愉悦。我想问你个问题:你喜欢免费的东西吗?我想没有人会说不喜欢。Ok!假如我请你吃鲜美的中国食品,并且我来付账。这就等于是让你免费享用了中国美食,因此你会非常开心。这种愉快的气氛便加强了你我之间的联系。Secondly, Occidentals eat for the health; Chinese eat for the friendship. Occidental advocate individualism and independence is strong. So Occidental express that respect for each other’s independence through the way go Dutch. Chinese like making friends and solidarity. Chinese value the interpersonal relationships and friendship very much. There are a lot of folk adages in China, for example “Depend on parents at home, leave home and depend on the friend!”,“Handle affairs is easy if you have many friends!”, another sentence is the more violent: “Insert the knife into both sides of the rib for friend!!!”.其次,西方人聚餐是身体的需要;中国人聚餐是为了友谊。西方人倡导个人主义,独立性很强。因此西方人通过各自付账的方式来表达他们对彼此独立性的赞赏。而中国人却非常看中人与人之间的交流和友谊。中国有很多谚语,比如:“在家靠父母,出门靠朋友!”.“朋友多了好办事!”,还有一句更猛的:“为朋友两肋插刀!!!” /200903/65287

  为了强调英语句子中的某一成份,强调方式是多种多样的,现将它们归纳如下,以供参考。   1.用形容词“very”,“single”等表示强调   e.g.Red Army fought a battle on this very spot.   红军就在此地打过一仗。   Not a single person has been in the office this afternoon.   今天下午竟然没有一个人来过办公室。   2.用反身代词表示强调   e.g.I myself will see her off at the station.   我将亲自到车站为她送行。   You can do it well yourself.   你自己能做好这件事情。   3.用助词“do”表示强调   e.g.The baby is generally healthy,but every now and then she does catch a cold.   那孩子的健康状况尚好,但就是偶尔患感冒。   Do be quiet.I told you I had a headache.   务必安静,我告诉过你,我头疼。   4.用副词“very”,“only”,“even”,“too”等表示强调   e.g.He drank it to the very last drop.   他把它喝得一干二净。   Only in this way can we wipe out the enemy troops.   只有用这样的方法我们才能消灭敌军。   He didn't answer even my letter.   他甚至连我的信都未回。   I will too go!我要去的!   5.用“...and that”,“...and those”,“not...too much”,“否定加否定”等结构表示强调   e.g.They fulfilled the task,and that in a few days.   他们在几天内完成的就是那项任务。   I gave her some presents,and those the day before yesterday.   前天我送给她的就是那些礼物。   I can't thank you too much.我无论怎样感谢你都不过份。   I am not unfaithful to you.我对你无比忠诚。   6.用短语“in every way”,“in no way”,“by all means”,“by no means”,“only too”,“all too”,“but too”,“in heaven”,“in the world”,“in hell”,“on earth”,“under the sun”等表示强调   e.g.His behaviour was in every way perfect.   他的举止确实无可挑剔。   By all means take your son with you.   你一定要把儿子带来。   The news was only too true.   这消息确实是事实。   It was over all too soon!   此事的确了结得很快!   Where in heaven were you then?   当时你到底在哪里?   Nobody under the sun would buy that car.   确实没有人会买那辆车。   7.用倒装句表示强调   e.g.Dishonest he is!他的确不诚实!   In wine is the truth. 酒后吐真言。   8.用强调句型表示强调   e.g.It was the headmaster who opened the door for me.   正是校长为我开的门。   It was yesterday that we carried out that experiment.   就是在昨天我们做了那个实验。

  What would you do in your last 60 minutes?An asteroid is on a collision course with the earth and you have one hour left to live. What would you do in your last 60 minutes?Not surprisingly, the majority of Britons questioned in a survey -- 54 percent -- said they would like to spend it either with or on the phone to their loved ones.But the survey revealed a strong hedonistic streak -- 13 percent would sit back, accept the inevitable and reach for a glass of champagne.Sex appealed to only nine percent while just three percent would turn to prayer.Two percent intriguingly said they would reach for some fatty food while another two percent decided, with just an hour's life to go, that it was time to start looting.The survey was commissioned by Ziji Publishing to mark the release of "Cloud Cuckoo Land" by debut novelist Steven Sivell who "uses the classic premise of an impending meteorite collision as a metaphor for threats to the human race." 如果一颗小行星即将与地球相撞,人类只能存活最后一小时,在这最后的60分钟里,你会做些什么呢?不出所料,大多数受访的英国人(54%)说他们会与自己所爱的人在一起,或是给他们打电话。同时,调查也显示了人们强烈的快乐主义倾向——13%的人说他们什么也不会做,只想喝杯香槟,等待最后时刻的到来。只有9%的人表示会去做爱,而仅有3%的人称他们会在最后时刻去做祈祷。有意思的是,2%的受访者说他们会去吃一些高脂肪的食物,另有2%的人决定在最后的一小时去抢劫。该项由Ziji出版社委托开展的调查是为了庆祝小说家史蒂文#8226;斯韦尔的处女作《阴云紧锁的孤岛》的出版。该科幻小说描写了“陨星撞击地球对人类构成的严重威胁”。 /200801/25769

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