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吉林省长春市妇幼保健门诊在哪里长春妇产医院是不是医保定点长春中医妇科哪家好 总有朋友会问到底该怎么解决Chinglish的问题,这个恐怕是一个可以让一个士生导师,研究一辈子的一个主题,恐怕永远都不会有尽头,而且很快还会出现各种各样新的争论,其实我们不妨让外国人帮我们审视一下我们自己,也许会有不一样的收获,当然,其实这篇文章对于那些纠结于到底怎样能写出更地道的文章的考友们,也是有很大的帮助作用的。 在各个英语学习论坛上,经常可以看到有关Chinglish(中式英语)的文章,但一般都是中国人写的。不过我看到一篇长文,也是有关Chinglish的,但却是美国人写的,很有意思。这篇长文的标题是Chinglish 2 English(从中式英语到标准英语),作者是浙江大学的美国外教Chuck Allanson,内容则是Chuck在中国五年任教期间所听到、所看到的各种Chinglish说法。 比如Chuck第一次来中国,下飞机后,负责接待他的东北某大学英语系陈老师说:您刚到,我们吃点饭吧。我们要点Chinese dumplings(饺子)和Chinese beancurd(豆腐),您看可以吗?Chuck以前从未听说过这两种东西,但出于好奇,就说可以,结果饭菜端上来一看,原来就是ravioli(饺子,来自意大利语)和tofu(豆腐,来自日语)。Chuck当时心里暗想,这两种东西,国际上早已经有通用的说法(ravioli和tofu),他们中国人为什么还要用那种生僻的说法呢?以后Chuck跟陈先生混熟了,就问他,当初你为什么不说ravioli和tofu呢?陈先生听了大吃一惊,连忙解释说,我真的不知道这两个词,而且我们的《英汉词典》上也没有这两个词。 于是Chuck开始意识到,中国的英语教师、英语课本、甚至英语词典肯定存在问题,否则不可能发生这种事情。在中国五年的任教期间,Chuck收集了大量的Chinglish说法,从中挑选出一组最常见的,编写了上面提到的那篇长文。下面就是这些Chinglish说法,其中每行第一部分是汉语说法,第二部分是Chinglish说法,第三部分则是英语的标准说法。① 欢迎你到…… ② welcome you to ... ③ welcome to ...① 永远记住你 ② remember you forever ③ always remember you(没有人能活到forever)① 祝你有个…… ② wish you have a ... ③ I wish you a ...① 给你 ② give you ③ here you are① 很喜欢…… ② very like ...③ like ...very much① 黄头发 ② yellow hair ③ blond/blonde(西方人没有yellow hair的说法)① 厕所 ② WC ③ men's room/women's room/restroom① 真遗憾 ② it's a pity ③ that's too bad/it's a shame(it's a pity说法太老)① 裤子 ② trousers ③ pants/slacks/jeans① 修理 ② mend ③ fix/repair① 入口 ② way in ③ entrance① 出口 ② way out ③ exit(way out在口语中是crazy的意思)① 勤奋 ② diligent ③ hardworking/studious/conscientious① 应该 ② should ③ must/shall① 火锅 ② chafing dish ③ hot pot① 大厦 ② mansion ③ center/plaza① 马马虎虎 ② so-so ③ average/fair/all right/not too bad/OK(西方人很少使用so-so)① 好吃 ② delicious ③ good/nice/tasty/appetizing(delicious在中国被滥用)① 尽我最大努力 ② try my best ③ try/strive(try的本意就是try my best)① 有名 ② famous ③ well-known/renowned/legendary/popular(famous在中国被滥用)① 滑稽 ② humorous ③ funny/witty/amusing/entertaining① 欺骗 ② to cheat ③ to trick/to play a joke on/to con/to deceive/to rip off① 车门 ② the door of the car ③ the car's door① 怎么拼? ② how to spell? ③ how do you spell?① 再见 ② bye-bye ③ bye/see you/see you later/later(bye-bye有些孩子气)① 玩 ② play ③ go to/do(play在中国被滥用)① 面条 ② noodles ③ pasta(noodles有些孩子气)① 据说 ② it is said ③ I heard/I /I was told① 等等 ② and so on ③ etc.① 直到现在 ② till now ③ recently/lately/thus far① 农民 ② peasant ③ farmer① 宣传 ② propaganda ③ information /201110/156405现年29岁,金发碧眼、有着甜美微笑的凯瑟琳#8226;伯斯诺尔将在5月25日宣誓成为英国温莎市的市长,她将是英国历史上最年轻的市长。凯瑟琳表示自己当选并不是因为长相,而是她真的了解人们需要什么。在过去两年间,凯瑟琳一直担任温莎市副市长。她承认,一些人对她的成功冷嘲热讽。她当选副市长后,一些人在当地报纸上撰文说她太年轻,只因为长得漂亮才当选。但凯瑟琳认为,人们与她接触并有所了解后就会发现她乐于参与其中的热情和意愿。凯瑟琳和同为当地议员的丈夫被当地人戏称为“汤姆猫”,这一绰号常用来指代好莱坞明星汤姆#8226;克鲁斯和妻子凯蒂#8226;霍姆斯,但晚于丈夫进入政坛的她上升速度却要比丈夫快很多。在说到自己上任后人们对她的称呼,她表示并不想人们称呼她为Mayoress(市长夫人),因为这是对市长的太太的称呼,她也不愿意人们叫她Madam Mayor这样更正统的称呼,她还是希望人们管她叫“猫”。  With her long glossy locks, model good looks and perfect smile, Catherine Bursnall is no doubt not a stranger to cruel “blonde” jokes.  But the 29-year-old is now having the last laugh – as she prepares to become England’s youngest mayor.  She will be working alongside her husband, Tom, who is also a local Conservative councilor. The pair have even been dubbed “Tom Cat” in reference to the nickname given to Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise.  However, Catherine reveals she has climbed the political ranks much quicker than Tom, 30, who joined the Young Conservatives at 16 and has been promoted to national chairman.  But she's keen to point out that she believes her three-year fast-track process to mayor, for which Catherine will be inaugurated on May 25, is down to merit rather than her appearance.  “It certainly helped that I was local,” said Catherine, who was brought up in Ascot by parents Terry, 59, and Elaine, 55 - both local government officials - and moved to nearby Eton with Tom before settling in neighboring Windsor.  “I knew there were certain things people wanted, such as more police on the streets, weekly bin collections, less noise from nightclubs and better parking, because I wanted them too.  “I didn't think I was that likely to win, but somehow on the night I got elected.”  However, Tom, a politics graduate who Catherine met when they were both students at the University of Warwick in 2001 and married at the Windsor Guildhall three years ago, is more blunt about his wife's triumph.  “They underestimated Catherine and probably thought she was a blonde bimbo,” he told the Sunday Express.  “Our friends mock us because I’ve been more political throughout my life, whereas Catherine’s only been in politics for two years and yet now she’s in higher office than me.”  Catherine agreed: “I’ve always been the one walking behind Tom, posting the leaflets through the doors but now it’s the other way round.”  The sociology and psychology graduate does admits that some local residents have been quite cynical about her success, which has also seen her carrying out the deputy mayor role for the past two years.  “When I was elected as deputy, a few people wrote into the local paper saying I was too young and only been picked because of my looks,” she said.  “On the whole though, when people get to know me they can see that I care and want to get involved.”  The couple, who run successful recruitment business, The Talent Pool Company, and are currently renovating their Grade II-listed 18th century Georgian home, have also appeared in an online poll of the country’s best-looking councilors.  However, Catherine will be taking a break from the company following her inauguration at the Windsor Guildhall as her role as mayor is a full-time job and will see her carrying 750 civic duties over the next 12 months.  The former pupil of Carters School in Sunningdale said she is keen for her people-focused political career to continue.  “Being a mayor is a more community-based role and less political, which is what I enjoy most,” she said.  “I won’t be called Mayoress because that’s the name for a mayor’s wife. You’re meant to be Mr Mayor but a lot of women ask to be Madam Mayor. I’d rather just be called Cat.”  However, Tom adds, for him, it’s nothing new, joking: “I’ve been calling her a ‘mare’ for years!” /201004/102671长春人流手术医院哪家好

长春医大二院妇科咨询长春五棵树经济开发区不孕不育 Breaking a Mirror One of the most common superstition is that to break a mirror brings death, or seven years of bad luck. Since very early times the mirror has been used in fortunetelling. People believed that one could see the will of god in the mirror. To break a mirror accidentally, therefore, was interpreted as an effort on the part of the gods to prevent the person from seeing into the future. This was understood as a warning that something unpleasant would happen in the future. It is said that when Napoleon was in Italy fighting in a war, he broke a mirror accidentally which hung over Josephine’s portrait. An idea came into his mind that she had died, and he couldn’t rest until he returned home and saw for himself that she was well and alive.最普遍的一种迷信说法是打破镜子的人会死去,或至少倒运7年。镜子自古就用来算命,人们认为从镜子里能看到神的意旨。因此,不慎打破镜子就被解释为神不愿泄露天机,因而是一种警告,有不妙的事即将发生。据说拿破仑在意大利作战时偶然打破了约瑟芬画像上方的镜子,马上想到爱人已死,于是马不停蹄地赶回家,看到约瑟芬安危无恙才放下心来。 /200906/75709榆树市中心医院有哪些专家

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