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2017年10月21日 18:19:37 | 作者:医护常识 | 来源:新华社
Listening is the easiest English skill for me. I can understand about half of what people say to me. This means I can guess the things I don’t understand. Listening to the English of my American friends is not so difficult. I have problems when I try and understand the news on television. I also find movies hard to follow. I need the subtitles at the bottom of the screen. I think listening to songs in English made my listening better. It’s a lot more interesting than my listening CDs. I have one piece of advice for students who want to improve their listening. That is to listen to the same thing again and again. You understand more every time you listen. What’s your advice? Article/201105/137888Professor Colin Blakemore works at Oxford University Medical School doing research into eye problems and believes that animal research has given humans many benefits:The use of animals has been central to the development of anaesthetics, vaccines and treatments for diabetes, cancer, developmental disorders…most of the major medical advances have been based on a background of animal research and development.There are those who think the tests are simply unnecessary. The International Association Against Painful Experiments on Animals is an organization that promotes the use of alternative methods of research which do not make animals suffer. Their spokesman Colin Smith says:Animal research is irrelevant to our health and it can often produce misleading results. People and animals are different in their reactions to drugs and in the way their bodies work. We only have to look at some of the medical mistakes to see this is so.But Professor Blackmore stresses:It would be completely irresponsible and unethical to use drugs on people that had not been thoroughly tested on animals. The famous example of thalidomide is a case for more animal testing, not less. The birth defects that the drug produced were a result of inadequate testing. If thalidomide were invented today, it would never be released for human use because new tests on pregnant animals would reveal the dangers.Another organization that is developing other methods of research is FRAME. This is the Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments. It recognises that many experiments still have to be done on animals and is aiming for Reduction, Refinement and Replacement of animals in experiments. In 1981, it established a research programme to improve and expand non-animal testing. Increasingly, new technology is making it easier for us to find alternative methods of testing. Computer models can be used to simulate the way that cells work and to try to predict the toxicity of chemicals. Data from previous animal experiments is used to develop a computer model which will predict what will happen if you add a chemical with an unknown biological effect to a substance. The eventual aim of computer modeling is to reduce the number of animals used in experiments.The Lethal Dose 50 test (LD50) may also be replaced. In the original test, all the animals in a test group are given a substance until half of them die. The test indicates toxicity. A method using a fixed amount, which gives the same eventual information but uses fewer animals and does not require that they die, may replace the LD50. Many other new techniques are now available that enable more research to be done in the test tube to see if chemicals produce harmful biological effects.The number of animals used in laboratory tests has declined over the last 20 years. This is partly due to alternatives and partly to the fact that experiments are better designed so fewer need to be used - healthier animals provide better experimental results. For example, it used to take 36 monkeys to test a sample of polio vaccine, now it takes only 22. Also, lack of money has reduced the number of animals used - they are expensive to buy and expensive to keep.Birmingham University now has Britain's first department of Biomedical Ethics. Professor David Morton of the department is involved in animal research and is concerned with reducing animal suffering as much as possible. Animals spend 95% of their time in their cages and refinement also means making their lives better when not undergoing tests. This includes keeping them in more suitable cages, allowing social animals like dogs to live together and trying to reduce the boredom that these animals can experience.In Professor Morton's laboratory, rabbits live together in large runs, filled with deep litter and boxes that they can hide in. The researchers have also refined some experiments. In the US, one experiment in nerve regeneration involves cutting a big nerve in a rat's leg, leaving its leg paralysed. In Morton's lab, the researcher cuts a small nerve in the foot. He can see if it can regrow and the rat can still run around its cage.Even with these new developments in research, only a tiny proportion of all tests are done without using animals at some stage. The use of animals in experiments cannot stop immediately if medical research is to continue and consumer products are to be properly tested, and Professor Blakemore believes that sometimes there are no alternatives:Wherever possible, for both ethical and scientific reasons, we do not use animals. But cells live in animals and we can only really see how they behave when they are inside animals. We cannot possibly reproduce in a test tube or a computer model all the complex reactions of the body to a drug or a disease. When it comes to research into heart disease and its effects on the body, or diseases of the brain for example, we do not have adequate substitutes for the use of animals.As research techniques become more advanced, the number of animals used in experiments may decrease, but stopping testing on animals altogether is a long way away. Article/200803/28122When he was dressed he went down the hall into the kitchen. The table was almost hidden beneath all Dudley's birthday presents. It looked as though Dudley had gotten the new computer he wanted, not to mention the second television and the racing bike. Exactly why Dudley wanted a racing bike was a mystery to Harry, as Dudley was very fat and hated exercise — unless of course it involved punching somebody. Dudley's favorite punching bag was Harry, but he couldn't often catch him. Harry didn't look it, but he was very fast. Perhaps it had something to do with living in a dark cupboard, but Harry had always been small and skinny for his age. He looked even smaller and skinnier than he really was because all he had to wear were old clothes of Dudley's, and Dudley was about four times bigger than he was. Harry had a thin face, knobbly knees, black hair, and bright green eyes. He wore round glasses held together with a lot of Scotch tape because of all the times Dudley had punched him on the nose. The only thing Harry liked about his own appearance was a very thin scar on his forehead that was shaped like a bolt of lightning. He had had it as long as he could remember, and the first question he could ever remember asking his Aunt Petunia was how he had gotten it. "In the car crash when your parents died," she had said. "And don't ask questions." Don't ask questions — that was the first rule for a quiet life with the Dursleys. Uncle Vernon entered the kitchen as Harry was turning over the bacon. "Comb your hair!" he barked, by way of a morning greeting. About once a week, Uncle Vernon looked over the top of his newspaper and shouted that Harry needed a haircut. Harry must have had more haircuts than the rest of the boys in his class put together, but it made no difference, his hair simply grew that way — all over the place. Harry was frying eggs by the time Dudley arrived in the kitchen with his mother. Dudley looked a lot like Uncle Vernon. He had a large pink face, not much neck, small, watery blue eyes, and thick blond hair that lay smoothly on his thick, fat head. Aunt Petunia often said that Dudley looked like a baby angel — Harry often said that Dudley looked like a pig in a wig.Where Do Rainbows Come From? 虹来自何方Throughout history, rainbows have been a source of mystery and legend. Rainbows are also important symbols in a number of cultures around the world.In the Old Testament of the Bible, for example, God shows Noah a rainbow to let him know that the Flood is over and that he will never destroy the earth again with flooding. An ancient Mayan book also tells of a rainbow signaling a new age after the destruction of the earth.In a myth from Germany, the rainbow is the palette that God used to paint the birds. Some Native American groups believed that rainbows were made from wild flowers. In other traditions, the rainbow is the hem of a particular god's coat.In an ancient Japanese myth, the rainbow is a bridge from heaven to earth. The first man and woman walked down this bridge to learn the ways of the world.Today, we know exactly how rainbows are made. In the seventeenth century, the scientist Isaac Newton and the mathematician and philosopher Rene Descartes analyzed them very carefully. They concluded that rainbows were caused when sunlight was broken up as it passed through raindrops. When it rains, the colors that make up white light separate because they bend at different angles when they pass through water. The result is the full spectrum of colors the human eye can see, as well as some that it cannot; at the outermost edges of a rainbow lie ultraviolet and infrared light.Everyone knows that we can sometimes see rainbows on a rainy day. However, you actually have a chance of seeing a rainbow anytime there is light behind you and water in the air in front of you. So, if you want to know what it feels like to have the power of a god, get a spray bottle, stand with your back to the sun, and create a rainbow!有史以来,虹一直都是神话和传奇的源泉,在世界多种文化中,虹还是重要的象征。举例来说,在《旧约》里,上帝通过虹让诺亚知道大洪水已经结束, 而且他再也不会用大洪水来毁灭地球。一部古老的马雅典籍也讲述虹标志着在地球毁灭后新世纪的来临。在德国一则神话故事里,虹是上帝用来为鸟儿上色的调色盘。一些美国土著群体认为虹是由野花做成的。在其它传说里,虹是某一位神祗外衣的褶边。在古老的日本神话里,虹是连接天堂和人间的桥梁,人类的第一个男人和女人一起从这座桥上走下来,学习人间世事。现在,我们已确切知道虹是怎样形成的。在十七世纪,科学家牛顿和数学家兼哲学家的笛卡尔,就非常仔细地分析过虹,他们断定-虹的形成是因为阳光穿过雨滴时被打散所致。下雨时,那些构成白色光的颜色穿过水滴时以不同的角度被折射而散开,就形成了完整的光谱,其中有些颜色肉眼能看得到,有些看不到;虹的最是紫外线和红外线。大家都知道,有时在雨天我们能看到虹。其实,只要你身后有光线,面前的空气中有水分,任何时候都有机会看到虹。所以,如果你想试试当上帝的感觉,就拿一瓶喷雾器,背向太阳,自己做一道虹吧! Article/200803/28843

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Not Merely Music: The Phenomenon of Hip-Hop 所向披靡嘻哈风It seems that hip-hop music is ubiquitous1 these days, from popular radio to TV commercials. Whatever your opinion of hip-hop music may be, there is no denying it has impacted pop culture around the world, and shows no signs of slowing down. Hip-hop brings with it its own unique terminology. “Rap” is the literal action of speaking over a beat. “Hip-hop” is both a kind of music and a culture, which includes four main elements: “emceeing” (rapping over a beat), “deejaying” (spinning records and mixing samples), “breaking” (an acrobatic form of dance), and “graffiti art”. Along with these are other distinctive.htmects of hip-hop culture such as language and fashion. Hip-hop has its roots in the African traditions of percussion and oral storytelling. Its modern origins, however, can be found in New York City’s crime-ridden South Bronx in the early 1970s. Fed up with the insipid2 disco of the times, youth who were short on money but rich in ingenuity3 created a new, dynamic art form: verbally competing and chronicling life in the ghetto by rapping poetry over a beat. The person regarded as the father of hip-hop is Kool Herc, a Jamaican who immigrated to New York at age 12. Around 1973, he began deejaying at house parties in the Bronx. To his infectious4 playlist of Ramp;B, soul, and funk he added the Jamaican customs of “toasting” (talking to the crowd) and “dub talk” (speaking rhythmically over a beat). Hip-hop culture’s positive energy was fostered5 by Afrika Bambaataa, a former gang leader and dj who is regarded as the godfather of hip-hop. His efforts brought together the burgeoning6 hip-hop community and inspired gangs to battle creatively through rapping and breaking rather than through violence. In the 1980s, as hip-hop became more popular, new offshoots developed. East Coast styles were generally hard-core,7 with rappers espousing political and social ideals, often from an afro-centric perspective. West Coast hip-hop was heavy on gangster rap, filled with references to gangs, guns, and the inescapability of street life. The West Coast style caught the larger public’s imagination, and became wildly popular in urban and suburban areas alike.While some fans complain that today’s hip-hop has lost its edge and political message, the genre continues to expand, innovate, and influence. Through its brief history, hip-hop has gone from just two turntables8 to samplers and live musicians; from rapping on a four count to increasingly complex verbal gymnastics; and from its roots in the South Bronx to the four corners of the world.“Run” of the East Coast hip-hop band Run DMC once said that when people called hip-hop a fad, they had no idea of the passion that lay behind it. Once considered a flash in the pan, hip-hop is set to continue its path of creation and celebration, bringing more and more converts along for the ride.1. ubiquitous a. 无所不在的 2. insipid a. 枯燥乏味的3. ingenuity n. 发明的才能4. infectious a. 易传染的5. foster v. 助长,培育6. burgeon v. 萌芽,迅速发展7. hard-core a. 核心的8. turntable n. 转盘现在,从大众广播到电视广告,嘻哈音乐似乎无所不在。不管你对嘻哈音乐的看法怎么样,无可否认它已经对世界各地的通俗文化造成冲击,并且没有减弱的迹象。嘻哈风带来了一些专有术语:“说唱乐”是指配合节奏念文字的动作。“嘻哈”既是一种音乐,同时也是一种文化,嘻哈文化包含四大要素:“MC”(随节奏说唱)、“DJ”(转动唱片及混音)、“霹雳舞”(一种特技般的舞蹈),和“涂鸦艺术”。除此之外嘻哈文化还有其它一些特殊的方面,如语言和装时尚等。嘻哈文化起源于非洲传统的打击乐和口述故事。然而,现代嘻哈则是70年代初期来源于纽约市犯罪行为猖獗的南布朗克斯区。那些口袋空空却富于创新的年轻人,厌倦了当时流行的乏味的迪斯科音乐,便创造出了一种新的动感十足的艺术形式:通过配合节奏念词的方式,在言辞上相互较量,并且记录了贫民区的生活。被公认为嘻哈之父的库尔·贺克是牙买加人,他是12岁移民到纽约的。1973年左右,他开始在布朗克斯区的家庭宴会中担任DJ。在他主持的节奏布鲁斯、灵歌和方克舞等极富感染力的节目里,他还加入了“toasting”(对群众说话)和“dub talk”(跟着拍子有节奏地讲话)等牙买加风俗节目。培养嘻哈文化的正面力量要归功于曾做过帮派头目和DJ的阿弗里卡·班巴塔,他被公认为嘻哈文化的教父。他不仅努力把迅速发展的嘻哈音乐团体团结起来,而且还激励帮派份子在说唱和霹雳舞上进行创造性的互相较量,而不是通过暴力。80年代,随着嘻哈风更加盛行,新的流派发展起来。总的来说东岸风格是核心力量,说唱歌手拥护以非洲为中心观点的政治和社会理想。西岸的嘻哈风主要是帮派份子的说唱,充满了关于帮派、枝和不可避免的街头生活等内容。西岸风格引起了更多群众的兴趣而为之激动,所以在都市和近郊地区都很受欢迎。尽管有些嘻哈迷抱怨说,现在的嘻哈文化中,原有的锐气和政治信息已经没有了,但这种类型仍在不断扩展、革新并且发挥其影响力。在他短暂的历史中,嘻哈文化从仅有两个唱机转盘发展到了混音器和现场演奏的乐手;从四拍子的说唱到越来越复杂的嘴上功夫;从南布朗克斯的发祥地到世界的每个角落。东岸嘻哈乐团“Run DMC”中的“Run”曾说:在有些人称嘻哈只是一种时尚时,他们根本不了解它背后的热情。一度被视为昙花一现的嘻哈风,却决心继续走他的创造与赞美之路,带领更多的归附者上路。 Article/200803/30112

Anthea put her arm round Jane, who was beginning to cry. #39;It will only be for one night,#39;she said. 安西娅用单臂挽住简,简这时已开始哭起来了。;只不过呆一夜,;她说。 Then Cyril said,#39;I know. Let#39;s shout! The lights are on inthe vicar#39;s house. Someone will hear us and get us down. #39; 接着西里尔说:;我知道了。我们喊吧!牧师的家里有灯光。会有人听见并帮我们下去的。; So they shouted and screamed as loudly as they could, and the people in the house heard them. The vicar ran out with his servant. 所以他们用最大的声音喊叫起来,房子里的人听见了他们的叫声。牧师和他的仆人跑了出来。 #39; Someone is murdering somebody in the church!#39;the vicar said, afraid. #39;Perhaps it#39;s the thief who stole the cold chicken and things. #39; ;教堂里有人在杀人!;牧师害怕地说,;可能是偷了冷鸡和别的东西的小偷。;But they could not understand why the voices were coming from the sky. So the children shouted,#39; We#39;re up here ;on top of the church!#39; 可他们不明白为什么声音是从空中传来的。于是孩子们就嚷:;我们在这儿;;在教堂顶上!; The two men were still afraid,but,slowly and carefully,they went up the stairs inside the church. When they came to the top, the vicar shouted through the closed door,#39;How many of you are there? Have you got guns?#39; 这两个人还很害怕,可他们慢慢地、小心地从教堂内的楼梯走上来。当他们到了顶上时,牧师在锁着的门的另一边叫道:;你们几个人?有吗?; #39; There are four of us,and, no, we haven#39;t got guns,#39;Cyril answered. ;我们四个人;没有,我们没有。;西里尔回答。 Slowly, the vicar opened the door. 牧师慢慢地打开门。 #39;Good Heavens!#39;he cried. #39;They#39;re children!#39; ;天哪!;他叫道,;是些孩子!; #39; Oh, please take us down,#39;cried Jane. ;哦,请带我们下去吧。;简哭着说。 So the vicar and his servant took them down and into the vicar#39;s house. Of course, the vicar wanted to know why the children were on the church roof. 牧师和他的仆人带他们下来,进了牧师屋里。当然喽,牧师想知道孩子们为什么在教堂顶上。 #39; We went up there because we wanted to see what it was like,#39;said Cyril. #39;But then we couldn#39;t get down again be-cause the door was locked. #39;He didn#39;t say anything about the wings,of course. ;我们上那儿去是因为我们想看看那是什么样子。;西里尔说,;可是我们下不来了,因为门被锁上了。;关于翅膀的事他当然什么都没说。#39; But who locked the door?#39;the vicar asked. ;可谁锁的门?;牧师问。 #39; We don#39;t know,#39;Jane answered. #39; But we#39;re not telling you everything. #39; ;不知道。;简说,;可我们不会把一切都告诉你的。; #39;Ah! There#39;s a friend in it, then,#39;said the vicar#39;s servant man, who was called Beale. ;啊!那么是有个朋友参与其中吧。;牧师的男仆说。他叫比伊尔。 #39; Yes, but we can#39;t tell you about him,#39; said Anthea, think-ing of the Psammead. #39; We really are very sorry, and please,can we go home now? #39; ;是的,可我们不能告诉你他的事。;安西娅说,想起了赛米德。;我们真的非常抱歉;还有,请问,我们可以回家了吗?; The vicar still did not understand,but he was a kind man, so he sent the children home in a carriage with his servant. Martha,of course, was very angry with them,but Mr Beale explained everything very well. He was a good-looking young man with a nice smile,and after a while Martha forgot to be angry. 牧师仍然不明白,可是他是个好心的人,所以他让仆人用马车送孩子们回家。马莎当然十分生他们的气,可是比伊尔先生把事情解释得很好。他是个漂亮的、脸上带着愉快的笑容的青年,不一会儿马莎就忘了生气了。 So the day ended happily after all. 所以,这一天总算快乐地结束了。 Article/201203/175579

33Manasseh was twelve years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem fifty-five years. 2He did evil in the eyes of the Lord , following the detestable practices of the nations the Lord had driven out before the Israelites. 3He rebuilt the high places his father Hezekiah had demolished; he also erected altars to the Baals and made Asherah poles. He bowed down to all the starry hosts and worshiped them. 4He built altars in the temple of the Lord , of which the Lord had said, "My Name will remain in Jerusalem forever." 5In both courts of the temple of the Lord , he built altars to all the starry hosts. 6He sacrificed his sons in the fire in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, practiced sorcery, divination and witchcraft, and consulted mediums and spiritists. He did much evil in the eyes of the Lord , provoking him to anger. 7He took the carved image he had made and put it in God's temple, of which God had said to David and to his son Solomon, "In this temple and in Jerusalem, which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel, I will put my Name forever. 8I will not again make the feet of the Israelites leave the land I assigned to your forefathers, if only they will be careful to do everything I commanded them concerning all the laws, decrees and ordinances given through Moses." 9But Manasseh led Judah and the people of Jerusalem astray, so that they did more evil than the nations the Lord had destroyed before the Israelites. 10The Lord spoke to Manasseh and his people, but they paid no attention. 11So the Lord brought against them the army commanders of the king of Assyria, who took Manasseh prisoner, put a hook in his nose, bound him with bronze shackles and took him to Babylon. 12In his distress he sought the favor of the Lord his God and humbled himself greatly before the God of his fathers. 13And when he prayed to him, the Lord was moved by his entreaty and listened to his plea; so he brought him back to Jerusalem and to his kingdom. Then Manasseh knew that the Lord is God. 14Afterward he rebuilt the outer wall of the City of David, west of the Gihon spring in the valley, as far as the entrance of the Fish Gate and encircling the hill of Ophel; he also made it much higher. He stationed military commanders in all the fortified cities in Judah. 15He got rid of the foreign gods and removed the image from the temple of the Lord , as well as all the altars he had built on the temple hill and in Jerusalem; and he threw them out of the city. 16Then he restored the altar of the Lord and sacrificed fellowship offerings and thank offerings on it, and told Judah to serve the Lord , the God of Israel. 17The people, however, continued to sacrifice at the high places, but only to the Lord their God. 18The other events of Manasseh's reign, including his prayer to his God and the words the seers spoke to him in the name of the Lord , the God of Israel, are written in the annals of the kings of Israel. 19His prayer and how God was moved by his entreaty, as well as all his sins and unfaithfulness, and the sites where he built high places and set up Asherah poles and idols before he humbled himself-all are written in the records of the seers. 20Manasseh rested with his fathers and was buried in his palace. And Amon his son succeeded him as king. 21Amon was twenty-two years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem two years. 22He did evil in the eyes of the Lord , as his father Manasseh had done. Amon worshiped and offered sacrifices to all the idols Manasseh had made. 23But unlike his father Manasseh, he did not humble himself before the Lord ; Amon increased his guilt. 24Amon's officials conspired against him and assassinated him in his palace. 25Then the people of the land killed all who had plotted against King Amon, and they made Josiah his son king in his place. Article/200902/61644

“我请求你别叫丽萃想起了他这种无礼的举动又生起气来;他是那么讨厌的一个人,被他看上了才叫倒霉呢。郎格太太告诉我说,昨儿晚上他坐在她身边有半个钟头,可是始终不开口。”Within a short walk of Longbourn lived a family with whom the Bennets were particularly intimate. Sir William Lucas had been formerly in trade in Meryton, where he had made a tolerable fortune, and risen to the honour of knighthood by an address to the king during his mayoralty. The distinction had perhaps been felt too strongly. It had given him a disgust to his business, and to his residence in a small market town; and, in quitting them both, he had removed with his family to a house about a mile from Meryton, denominated from that period Lucas Lodge, where he could think with pleasure of his own importance, and, unshackled by business, occupy himself solely in being civil to all the world. For, though elated by his rank, it did not render him supercilious; on the contrary, he was all attention to everybody. By nature inoffensive, friendly, and obliging, his presentation at St. James#39;s had made him courteous.Lady Lucas was a very good kind of woman, not too clever to be a valuable neighbour to Mrs. Bennet. They had several children. The eldest of them, a sensible, intelligent young woman, about twenty-seven, was Elizabeth#39;s intimate friend.That the Miss Lucases and the Miss Bennets should meet to talk over a ball was absolutely necessary; and the morning after the assembly brought the former to Longbourn to hear and to communicate.;YOU began the evening well, Charlotte, ; said Mrs. Bennet with civil self-command to Miss Lucas. ;YOU were Mr. Bingley#39;s first choice. ;;Yes; but he seemed to like his second better. ;;Oh! you mean Jane, I suppose, because he danced with her twice. To be sure that DID seem as if he admired her--indeed I rather believe he DID--I heard something about it--but I hardly know what--something about Mr. Robinson. ;;Perhaps you mean what I overheard between him and Mr. Robinson; did not I mention it to you? Mr. Robinson#39;s asking him how he liked our Meryton assemblies, and whether he did not think there were a great many pretty women in the room, and WHICH he thought the prettiest? and his answering immediately to the last question: #39;Oh! the eldest Miss Bennet, beyond a doubt; there cannot be two opinions on that point. #39;;;Upon my word! Well, that is very decided indeed--that does seem as if--but, however, it may all come to nothing, you know. ;;MY overhearings were more to the purpose than YOURS, Eliza, ; said Charlotte. ;Mr. Darcy is not so well worth listening to as his friend, is he?--poor Eliza!--to be only just TOLERABLE. ;;I beg you would not put it into Lizzy#39;s head to be vexed by his ill-treatment, for he is such a disagreeable man, that it would be quite a misfortune to be liked by him. Mrs. Long told me last night that he sat close to her for half-an-hour without once opening his lips. ; Article/201105/138544

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