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听力参考文本(文本与音频不全一致,敬请谅解):Ladies, does this sound familiar? You want to lose weight. So, you start an exercise program.But the weight loss isnt anything like youd been hoping for.You feel bad about that, and your interest in that fitness program withers. And then you feel bad about that too!Michelle Segar, director of the University of Michigans Sport, Health and Activity Research and Policy Center, has examined how to break that demoralizing and unhealthy cycle in new research funded by the National Cancer Institute.Listen to the interview above.201706/513367。

Give sb the runaround: treat sb badly by not telling them the truth, or by not giving them the help or the information they need, and sending them somewhere else 草草打发,敷衍了事,搪塞Residents claim they were given the runaround by the local council, from whom they had no help at all.居民指出当地委员会对他们敷衍了事,没有任何帮助.Hold/stand your ground:坚守阵地,不让步,不退缩In spite of the enemy's fierce attack, we stood our ground and eventually they had to retreat.After arguing about future policy for three hours, he was still standing his ground.就未来的政策问题争执了3个小时后,他仍然坚持自己的看法.Don't let him persuade you─stand your ground. 别听他的 坚持自己的主张吧. /11/89546。

特别声明该文章中的迷你对话选自口语书籍,对话精讲为可可编辑编写。第一、迷你对话A: Do you know Mark?你认识马克吗?B: Yeah! He is a nice guy. He is very helpful and always bends over backward to help those who are in need of help.认识,他是好样的。他总是乐于助人,帮助那些需要帮助的人。A: Can you introduce him to me?你能介绍他给我认识吗?B: Sure.当然。第二、对话精讲1. 核心地道表达【核心表达】bend over backward【解词释义】bend over是指“弯腰,俯身”,backward指“向后地”。该习语的意思是“尽力向后弯腰”,这个是很费力不容易做的动作,因此引申为“竭尽全力地去做,尽到最大极限的能力去做甚至有点过了”的意思。I bend over backward get him to increase my salary but it was clearly no go.我已尽力让他给我增加薪水, 但显然行不通。I shall bend over backward to secure you the position.我将尽力为你搞到这个职位。We bent over backward carry him over and at last succeeded.我们尽力争取他,到底成功了。【典型例句4】He has been bending over to hold on to his temper.他一直尽力控制自己不发脾气。2. 词海拾贝in need of:需要Deeds are better than words when people are in need of help.当别人需要帮助时,行动胜于语言。Nows the time when we are in need of personnel.现在正是用人的时候。The original furnishings are now in need of replacement.原来的家具陈设需要更换了。 /201309/258293。

网罗天下新鲜、好玩、有趣、时尚的英语表达,尽在独家专栏节目;E聊吧;。本期节目的topic:飞黄腾达Laugh是笑,bank是, to laugh all the way to the bank,按字面来解释就是一路笑着去。但是,这个习惯用语的真正含义是,一个人一开始被别人看不起,可是后来正是这个人发了财,飞黄腾达,十分得意。我们来听一个例句。有个年轻人决定把钱投资在一部电影上,家里人都笑他傻。结果呢?我们来听听他是怎么说的。My brothers laughed at me for investing in a movie called The Matrix. They said I would lose all my money while they got rich in real estate. Well, let me tell you, The Matrix turned out to be a huge success! Now Im the one whos laughing all the way to the bank.这个年轻人说:我几个哥哥都笑话我把钱投资在The Matrix这部电影上。他们说,我的钱会赔光的,而他们的房地产投资一定会发财。我告诉你,结果这部电影一举成功,现在发财得意的是我,而不是他们。说来也是,当初谁也不知道这部电影的卖座率会如何。可是它居然一炮打响。这年轻人当时可能也只是孤注一掷吧?laugh all the way to the bank的出处:Laugh all the way to the bank是20世纪六十年代开始流行的,所以是一个比较现代的说法。你知道吗,另外还有一个说法,那就是:cry all the way to the bank--哭着去。我知道。但是不管是cry,或是laugh,这两种说法的意思是一样的。对,只是说cry all the way to the bank是具有讽刺性的,而laugh all the way to the bank是直接了当的,也是大家普遍使用的。我们再来听一个例子。在美国有不少理财公司,这些公司的专业人员专门给人们提供投资的建议。我们来听听一个投资者是怎么说的。I lost a lot of money due to their investment advice. The stocks they recommended were disastrous. But, what do they care? They still collect their fees. Theyre laughing all the way to the bank!这个人说:由于他们的投资建议,我损失了很多钱。他们推荐的股票一败涂地。可他们才不管呢,照样收费,他们现在肯定很得意呢。 /201209/200469。

One survey in 2014 found that a third of transgender children had skipped class because they feared discrimination.2014年一项研究发现三分之一的跨性别儿童会逃课因为他们害怕被歧视。Bullying is a big problem, mainly by fellow pupils but sometimes by teachers, too.校园霸凌事件也是一个大问题,他们会受到来自同学,有时甚至是老师的欺辱。Susie Green, the chief executive of Mermaids, says that around half of schools fail to help pupils when they come out as transgender.美人鱼机构的行政主管苏西·格林说近半数学校无力帮助出柜的跨性别学生。In some cases, teachers refuse to take actions as simple as accepting a new name.在某些情况下,老师们甚至连接受一个新名字那样简单的事也不肯做。In 2010 the Labour government passed an equality act that obliges public and private institutions not to discriminate against transgender people.在2010年工党政府通过了平等法案,要求公共和私人机构不得歧视变性人。That has led to some improvements.法案的颁布使情势有了改善。Uniforms increasingly have a unisex option.越来越多的工作制有了中性的选择。New schools tend to be built with cubicle toilets and changing rooms, rather than communal ones split by gender.新学校也一般修建隔断式卫生间和更衣室,而不是以往那种按照性别划分的公用设施。Whereas America has national debates about toilet use, in Britain discontent rarely sps beyond local parents.尽管有关厕所的使用问题在美国引起全国性的讨论,但是在英国,除了当地家长,很少有人发牢骚。Still, most schools face up to the issue only when one of their pupils comes out as transgender.不过,大部分学校只在自己的学生作为变性人出柜时才会直面这样的问题。Even when well-meaning, a rushed response can make things trickier.即使是出于善意,一个匆忙的回应也会使问题变得棘手。Teachers are sometimes reluctant to discuss the subject for fear of saying the wrong thing (at St Pauls, pupils came up with a glossary to help) .老师们有时不太愿意去讨论这个话题,为了避免说错话(在圣保罗,学生们想出用词汇表的方式来提供协助)。Yet, say campaigners, most of the time teachers need only listen to what children want.但是,活动家说,大部分时候老师只需要听听孩子们想要的是什么。译文来源考研英语时事阅读201705/510470。

听力参考文本(文本与音频不全一致,敬请谅解):Any news story about a teen dying by suicide tears a hole in our hearts. How did it come to this? Were there warning signs? Would I know if my teen struggled with mental health issues and thoughts of suicide?Michigan State University psychiatrist Dr. Farha Abbasi joined Stateside to talk about what we can do to prevent suicide, the third-leading cause of death among adolescents.(If you or someone you know is considering suicide, call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. You can find more Michigan resources for mental health crises listed by county here.)Its a very difficult topic to discuss, either on a radio show or with your kids, but according to Abbasi, bringing the issue out in the open is not dangerous.;One thing I would really like to emphasize here is talking about [suicide] is never a trigger,; Abbasi said. ;Actually, it is highly recommended, because these kids tend to isolate and would hide, would not like to talk about it openly. So thats a myth that talking about it is a risk.;Listen to the full interview above to learn about some of the warning signs to look for in teens and to hear Abbasis advice for how to start a conversation about suicide with a child.201706/513491。