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世界大了,什么人都有——比如有这么一帮子人,在旁观者看来,他们长得差不多,地理相邻,文化也接近,但是他们自己却固执地认为彼此之间是世界上相差最大的人群,比如中/日、印/巴、法/比诸国,还有就是今天要谈的美/加了。之所以想到这个话题,是因为昨天在海外中文网上读了个帖子“美国游客为何爱冒充加拿大人?”,读来像是从哪个外国媒体上翻译过来的【本人贴出后,徐铁人先生来信告知其实这篇文章是他的作品,在网上辗转流传】。徐铁人先生的文章内容非常有趣,转摘如下:几年前记者到越南旅行时,住在胡志明市的范五佬街,那一带是背包一族的聚集地。和记者住在同一家旅馆里的是几个背包上有加拿大国旗的北美游客。办理入住手续时,就看到排在记者前面的那几个“加拿大人”,护照上的国籍一栏清清楚楚写着“美国”;还有一次在意大利小城温提米丽亚火车站,记者问坐在身旁的女孩是哪里人,她或许是忘了,不假思索地回答:“来自美国的华盛顿特区。”可临走时一起身却发现了她背包上挂着加拿大国旗。事实上在以前,如果有人把美国人误当成加拿大人,他们多数会正色道:“我是美国人”。一种自豪之情溢于言表。但今非昔比,现在一些美国人出国旅游就怕别人不误会。骄傲的美国人为什么心甘情愿把自己装成他们的北方小兄弟呢?一次在法国旅行,和身边两个加拿大人聊起这个话题。他们告诉记者,加拿大人的口音、外貌乃至举止习惯都和美国人没有太大差异,所以几乎总被误认为是美国人。“加拿大人就是加拿大人,我们不喜欢被误会为美国人。”“那美国人为什么也在包上缝个枫叶呢?”记者追问道。一听我这样问,两个加拿大人都笑了,他们无奈地说:“其实你也明白,美国在世界上的敌人太多,被认出是美国人可没什么好处,所以他们才会冒充我们。”不错,美国人传统上有些瞧不上他们的北方近邻,许多美国笑话都把加拿大人当成主角。不过和在国外的人身安全相比,面子就是次要的了。为了满足美国游客这一特殊需求,纽约的国际机场专门出售装有各种加拿大旅行用品的装包。里面包括一件印着加拿大国旗和国歌歌词的T恤衫,还有别在旅行袋上的布制徽章。此外还有一个简便指南,介绍关于加拿大各方面的常识,以备使用者查询。比如在介绍体育领域时提到:“在加拿大只有一项真正的运动,那就是曲棍球。”为了应付别人追问,教材还列出加拿大最受欢迎的曲棍球队名称。这套装包售价24.95美元,销路一直不错,刚推出时在几周之内就卖出 200多套。现在很多美国人出门旅游时,都愿意买上这样一套行头,以免被人揪住询问涉及美国政治的敏感话题。 /200912/93202。

  • 1.What the *** is going on?(到底他母亲的怎么回事?)           通常此话出于黑人之口,且口气最宜为疑惑,不解,愤怒等等。           若是白人则多数时候会说-What the hell is going on?           意义相同而适用于更多场合。           说此话之人身份通常为上级,且相处较久。           不过如果你出差回家时看见老婆身边躺着个赤条条的陌生人,那它可就    派上大用场了!     2.You son of A *! (你个母亲养的!)           令人意外的是,最爱说这句话的往往是女性。           越高贵,越端庄的女性越容易在压力达到一定值时便会脱口而出。           万万不要和有文化的MM顶嘴,否则被骂了还以为受表扬了呢!     3.All rise! (全体起立!)           国产英语老师最误人子弟的就是口语太差,爱说想当然口语。           从小学到高中英语课代表一直喊的是-Stand up!           当然没什么不可以,但为什么不说标准的话呢?就象我们朗读中文时说    普通话一样!     4.It's bull*! (胡说八道!屁话!)           这句话一旦学会,包你用的乐不思蜀。           用途太广泛啦!           最绝是和老妈抬杠时搬出来,用你的眼睛直视她,以忏悔的口气恕秭。           什么?你老妈是外交官?           就当我没说过!不过……           你妈贵姓? 5.* it!(可恶!)           此句往往从某个孤胆英雄的嘴中冒出,发音要轻,然口气要重!           此英雄往往正面临生死抉择,例如是先剪蓝线还是先剪红线等。           说时要有壮士一去不复返的气势!           此句适合用在被MM拒绝时,向MM的背影恕秭!           万万不可忘记要配合以右手中指的朝天一刺! /200903/64496。
  • 1 Tone down your fashions. First impressions do count. You can still wear brightly colored clothes, but look at the fit and the style.Wear more tailored clothing, more put together.不再那么在乎外表。当你发现自己不再盲目的喜欢跟风似的和一群人混在一起,开始尊重自己的意愿做自己需要做的事情,开始安排自己的种种计划,规划自己的方向,自己的独处也变得充满意义。 2 Use manners. Try to be courteous without being stuffy or inflexible. When meeting new people, shake their hand. A solid grip, but not too hard, two pumps of the hand and let go. Don't look at your hands; look them in the eye. Repeat their name and make an effort to remember it.Avoid interrupting people during conversation; people find this irritating.Don't play with things, look away, or fidget.注意自己的仪态。心态,健全平和的心态是始终贯穿成功之路的筹码。正确地树立前进的目标,让生活目标而不是在沉重氛围的度过,记住,任何时候都不要把自己搞得太累,生活的价值就完全失去了。 /201001/95201。
  • It is the stuff of the Hollywood movie Inception: a dreamworld that can be manipulated at will. In fact, for more and more of us, it is becoming a reality, with the number of people experiencing lucid dreams rising rapidly.英国《每日邮报》19日报道:这是好莱坞电影《盗梦空间》里面的内容:梦境可以随意操纵。事实上,对于我们当中越来越多的人而言,操纵梦境正在变为现实,因为体验过“清醒梦”的人数正迅速上升。Someone having a lucid dream realizes they are dreaming and may from then on in "direct" the action. Alternatively, they may simply "watch" the dream unfold. And while the description may seem bizarre, the process is far from alien to many of us.做“清醒梦”的人们能够意识到他们正在做梦,并可能由此“引导”梦中的行动。还有另外一种情况,即他们可能只是“注视”着梦境的展开。这样的描述看似奇怪,但上述过程对我们当中的许多人来说并不陌生。Studies suggest that the number of people in the Western world experiencing the occasional lucid dream has risen by between 10 and 40 percent since the 1980s. Today, they are so common that about one in eight of us will have one in our lives. Despite this, little is known about what triggers them - or what is behind the rise.研究表明,在西方,偶尔体验“清醒梦”的人数自上世纪80年代以来增加了10%到40%。如今,“清醒梦”已经普遍起来,在我们当中,每8个人当中大概有1人在其一生中做过一次“清醒梦”。尽管如此,我们还是不知道这种梦境出现的根源——或者,体验过“清醒梦”的人数增加是由什么造成的。Mark Blagrove, a psychologist who runs a sleep laboratory at the University of Swansea, said that "people's abilities during dreaming are altering" as they become more adept at recognizing they are able to control their dreams. He also thinks that dreaming may help us back up our memories.在斯旺西大学负责一家睡眠实验室的心理学家马克-布莱格罗夫说,随着人们变得更善于认识到他们能够控制自己的梦境,“人们在做梦期间的能力也在发生变化。”他还认为做梦有助于增强我们的。Research carried out at the respected Harvard University in the US showed the brain to be hard at work during lucid dreams. In fact, the level of mental activity in some parts of the brain was similar to that of an awake person.而在美国哈佛大学实施的研究表明,在人们做“清醒梦”的时候,他们的大脑也在辛勤工作。实际上,梦中大脑某些部位的智力活动水平与清醒时类似。 /201010/116200。
  • How Bad Are iPods for Your Hearing?Hearing loss is more common than ever before. About 16% of American adults have an impaired ability to hear speech, and more than 30% of Americans over age 20 — an estimated 55 million people — have lost some high-frequency hearing, according to a new study published Monday in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The finding has got experts — and concerned parents — wondering anew: Does listening to loud music through headphones lead to long-term hearing loss? Brian Fligor, director of diagnostic audiology at Children's Hospital Boston, explains how much damage your headphone habit might cause — and how to mitigate your risk.在现在的社会,听力丧失越来越普遍了。《内科医学文献》周一发表的一份调查研究显示,约16%的美国成年人对日常对话的听力削弱了,近30%的20周岁以上的年轻人,人数大约在55,000,000,已经丧失了对部分高频率声音的听觉。这项发现重新引起了相关人士及专家的担心:长时间通过耳机听大音量的音乐是否会导致人的听力丧失?来自波士顿儿童医院的听力学诊断教授,Brian Fligor解释了耳机听音乐的习惯会给你造成多大的影响,以及如何减轻听力丧失的风险。Q: How much hearing loss does an iPod cause?A: It depends on the person, it depends on how long you're listening, and it depends on the level at which you're setting your iPod.Q:iPod在多大程度上导致了听力丧失?A:那取决于个人,取决于你每次听音乐多长时间,以及你在iPod上设置的音量水平。If you're using the earbuds that come with an iPod and you turn the volume up to about 90% of maximum and you listen a total of two hours a day, five days a week, our best estimates are that the people who have more sensitive ears will develop a rather significant degree of hearing loss — on the order of 40 decibels (dB). That means the quietest sounds audible are 40 dB loud. Now, this is high-pitched hearing loss, so a person can still hear sounds and understand most speech. The impact is going to be most clearly noted when the background-noise level goes up, when you have to focus on what someone is saying. Then it can really start to impair your ability to communicate.如果你戴着耳机听iPod,并且将音量设置在90%或以上,每天大约听2小时,一个礼拜有五天,天天如此,我们最好的估计是,谁拥有更敏感的耳朵,谁的听力丧失的程度就更大-以40分贝为准。这意味着最安静的时候, 你能听到40分贝的声音。这是一种对高声调的声音听力丧失,所以她/他仍可以听清楚并且明白大多数的日常对话。这种听力丧失的影响在背景噪音水平上升时表现的最明显,此时你不得不集中注意力才能听清楚某人的讲话。然后,它开始削弱你的社交能力。This would happen only after about 10 years or so or even more of listening to a personal audio device. One patient I had used his headphones instead of earplugs when he was on his construction job. He thought as long as he could hear his music over the sound of his saws, he was protecting his ears — because he liked the sound of his music but didn't like the sound of the construction noise. He had a good 50 dB to 55 dB of noise-induced hearing loss at 28 years old. We asked a few pointed questions about when he was having difficulty understanding people, and his response was classic. "When I'm sitting at home with the TV off, I can understand just fine," he said, "but when I go out for dinner, I have trouble."这种情况只会发生在用随身听听音乐10年或者10年以后。我曾经遇到过这样一个病人,他是建筑行业的,当他工作的时候总是戴着耳塞听音乐,他认为只要他听的是音乐声,而不是电锯的噪音,就可以保护他的耳朵——因为他喜欢的是音乐而不是建筑施工时的噪音。在28岁的时候,他已经因噪音诱发了50~55分贝的听力丧失。我们问了一些关键性的问题,关于他在与人交流过程中遇到的困难,他给了一个典型的回答,“当我坐在家里,电视机没有打开的情况下,我可以很好的明白人们的交谈。”他说道,“但是当我去赶赴宴会时,我就会有很大的麻烦。”There is huge variation in how people are affected by loud sound, however, and this is an area where a number of researchers are conducting studies. Certainly a huge part of this is underlying genetics. We know how much sound causes how much hearing loss based on studies that were conducted in the late '60s and early '70s, before employers were required to protect workers' hearing in noisy work environments. What was found is that when people are exposed to a certain level of noise every day for a certain duration, they're going to have a certain degree of hearing loss on average. But the amount of hearing loss might differ by as much as 30 dB between people who had the toughest ears and those with the most tender ones — a huge variation. Unfortunately, we don't know who has the tougher ears and who has the tender ones until after they've lost their hearing. So, as a clinician, I have to treat everyone as if they had tender ears.这巨大的变化体现了噪音对人的影响有多大,然而,同时这是一个许多研究者正在努力的方向。当然,这里有很大一部分是属于遗传学的。我们得知的多大程度的声音导致多大程度的听力丧失,是基于六十年代末和七十年代初,雇主尚未被要求在喧嚣的工作环境中保护工人的听力的情况下的研究。我们发现,当人们长期的暴露在某一特定噪音水平环境中,他们平均都会有一定程度的听力丧失。但是,人与人之间听力丧失的程度不同,那些耳朵比较强健的人与耳朵与较柔嫩的人相比,差异可达30分贝。不幸的是,我们直到那些人失去了听力,也还不知道他们谁的耳朵比较强健,谁的比较柔嫩。那么,作为一个临床医师,我必须认真地对待每个人,将他们的耳朵都当做是柔嫩的。 /200902/63068。
  • 1 AshleyAshley这个名字给人的印象是,一个非常美丽的医生或律师等高级职业妇女,品位很高,道德标准也很高,娇羞但很友善。2 Amanda来自拉丁语“爱”。Amanda 表示可爱的人,人们认为她美丽,保守又纤细,甜美富有。3 Brittany拉丁文的意思是“来自英格兰”。这个名字给人的感觉是漂亮、苗条,有教养,为人很好,有是会耍耍小脾气,很有自信。4 Jessica希伯来语的意思是“财富”。大部分人认为Jessica是个甜美、受欢迎的女孩;也有人认为她是个美丽、娇纵的富家女孩;还有人认为难以驾驭的女强人。5 Jennifer源自威尔士文,意为“纯洁”。进来Jennifer已变成一个受欢迎的名字。人们认为Jennifer这个名字非常适合可爱的金发啦啦队长,受大家欢迎,并受人喜爱。6 Katherine源自希腊文,意为“纯洁的”。Katherine是个很普通的名字,人们对这个名字有两种看法:一个是美丽、优雅,处于上流社会的世故者,拘谨,严肃,举止合宜;二是普通的女人,友善,受欢迎,又有教养。7 Megan古英文中“伟大”的意思。Megan给人的印象是个小精灵般的女孩,她可爱,充满朝气,轻快灵活,爱嬉笑。8 Nicole希腊语中“胜利的人们”。人们把 Nicole 比作中国娃娃,指娇小,美丽的年轻女孩,甜美浪漫,但容易破碎;但在那美丽,纤细的外表之内,却带着一股刚毅、独立的气质。9 Sarah希伯来语的意思是“公主”。她给人的感觉是甜美、保守、身材不高、待人随和,但没有什么大志。10 Stephanie同样来自希腊语,有“”的意思。她代表了温柔、美丽、苗条、体贴心思细密,有一种很特殊的风味;像是时装模特儿。希望这篇文章能给正在为找个好听的英文名而苦恼的你提供帮助。。
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