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Jet black: 乌黑 -01-6 3:8:57 来源: 我们见惯了用jet来表示“喷气式飞机”,假若您看到jet black是否感到有些突兀?如:“jet black hair”、“jet black beard”从以上搭配,您大致可猜出jet black表示“黑色的”,但黑到什么程度?Jet(黑色的)与jet(喷气式飞机)是否在词源上存有联系?Jet(黑色的)和jet(喷气式飞机),实际上是我们汉语中常说的“同形异义字”Jet(喷气式飞机)的祖先可追溯到希腊词语jacere,表示“投掷,扔”,由此衍生出两个表示扔弃的词语jettison和jetsam,用来形容“船或飞机遇到紧急情况时为减轻重量向外抛出的货物”世纪,jet进入英语词汇,当时表示“突出,伸出”; 大约世纪晚期,jet用来指“受强压而喷出来的水”,自此衍生出世纪的“喷气式飞机”,指“从喷气管中喷出的热气”Jet(黑色的)源于世纪的古法语词jaiet,jaiet的词根又可追溯至希腊词gagates,指小亚细亚一个名叫Gagae小镇的一种“黑玉”,这种黑玉质地坚硬且富有光泽,属于褐煤的一种到世纪中期,jet或jet black开始用来指乌黑发亮的色泽举个例子:Her hair is as black as jet(她的头发如黑玉一般乌黑发亮)(中国日报网站编译) black 飞机 世纪 表示。

  • 成功的关键在于自己,在于自己的智慧,自己的雄心,自己的勇气和决心对困难有充足的思想准备,努力战胜它们,让艰难的经历成为未来的竞争资本To respect my work, my associates and myself. To be honest and fair with them as I expect them to be honest and fair with me. To be a man whose word carries weight. To be a booster, not a knocker; a pusher, not a kicker; a motor, not a clog.To base my expectations of reward on a solid foundation of service rendered; to be willing to pay the price of success in honest eft. To look upon my work as opporty, to be seized with joy and made the most of, and not as painful drudgery to be reluctantly endured.To remember that success lies within myself; in my own brain, my own ambition, my own courage and determination. To expect difficulties and ce my way through them, to turn hard experiences into capital future struggles.To interest my heart and soul in my work, and aspire to the highest efficiency in the achievement of results. To be patiently receptive of just criticism and profit from its teaching. To treat equals and superiors with respect, and subordinates with kindly encouragement.To make a study of my business duties; to know my work from the ground up. To mix brains with my efts and use system and method in all I undertake. To find time to do everything needful by never letting time find me or my subordinates doing nothing. To hoard days as a miser does dollars, to make every hour bring me dividends in specific results accomplished. To steer clear of dissipation and guard my health of body and peace of mind as my most precious stock in trade.Finally, to take a good grip on the joy of life; to play the game like a gentleman; to fight against nothing so hard as my own weakness, and endeavor to grow in business capacity, and as a man, with the passage of every day of time.。
  • Movie Music Accustomed though we are to speaking of the films made bee 197 as "silent", the film has never been, in the full sense of the word, silent.From the very beginning, music was regarded as an indispensable accompaniment; when the Lumiere films were shown at the first public film exhibition in the ed States in February 1896, they were accompanied by piano improvisations on popular tunes. At first, the music played bore no special relationship to the films; an accompaniment of any kind was sufficient.Within a very short time,however,the incongruity of playing lively music to a solemn film became apparent, and film pianists began to take some care in matching their pieces to the mood of the film. As movie theaters grew in number and importance, a violinist, and perhaps a cellist, would be added to the pianist in certain cases, and in the larger movie theaters small orchestras were med. a number of years the selection of music each film program rested entirely in the hands of the conductor or leader of the orchestra, and very often the principal qualification holding such a position was not skill or taste so much as the ownership of a large personal library of musical pieces. Since the conductor seldom saw the films until the night bee they were to be shown (if indeed, the conductor was lucky enough to see them then), the musical arrangement was normally improvised in the greatest hurry. To help meet this difficulty,film distributing companies started the practice of publishing suggestions musical accompaniments. In 19, example, the Edison Company began issuing with their films such indications of mood as "pleasant", "sad", "lively". The suggestions became more explicit, and so emerged the musical cue sheet containing indications of mood, the titles of suitable pieces of music, and precise directions to show where one piece led into the next. Certain films had music especially composed them. The most famous of these early special scores was that composed and arranged D. W. Griffith's film Birth of a Nation, which was released in 19. 586。
  • 看美剧学英语:《老友记0句经典口语(3) -01-7 18:6: 来源: 1、Too bad we must return them. 很不幸,我们必须退还它们(too bad开头来描述一件糟糕的事情)、Take my word it. 相信我3、Here’s to a lousy Christmas!(here’s to……为……而干杯)、I made a fool of myself.5、To hell with that bitch! 让那婊子见鬼去吧!(咒骂别人的时候,to hell with)6、The worst part is……最糟糕的是7、I think I should give it a shotgo!我觉得应该尝试一下!8、Now you tell me she’s not a knock-out! 你该不会说她不是个美人儿吧!9、Be good!be a manbe cool! 要听话像个男人的样子冷静点50、Nice save!救得好!打圆场避免失态(来源于足球)51、Man, you scared the shootcrap out of me!你把我吓坏了! Beat the crap out of sb(crap等于shoot,不过要稍微文雅一些;)5、You did it!你做到了!(或者还可以说I made it! 口语中要注意make, do等小词的运用)53、Let’s make a deal!我们做笔交易吧5、That was close!close one 好险55、What if I had the guts to quit my job.(have the guts有种,有勇气)56、How did it go with Ceria?和Ceria怎么样了?57、How’s it going? how are you doing?你好58、It’s not like (I did this on purpose).并不是……(又是典型的绕弯子式美国思维了!这句话还可以换成Not that I did this on purpose)59、How come you are working here? 你怎么在这里工作?(how comewhy)60、I’ll fix it! 我去搞定! 口语 经典 学英语 with。
  • 你所要做的就是去尝试倾听你心灵深处的召唤你会惊奇地发现,那些看似不可解决的问题在清晨的阳光普照前已经像薄雾般消失散尽Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. How often do we come to a place in life where we feel there is no hope, no purpose going on, no anything to live ? Some of us come to this place often while others just visit once in a while. But I am sure, most of us have been there one time or another. During such times, the pain is intense, the fear is beyond comprehension and the confusion is great. What do we do at such times? Where do we go? Who do we ask help? Where do we turn?But there is always hope, always help if we can clear our heads, still our minds and listen to the deep calm voice that comes from somewhere deep within us. This voice has always been there and it will continue to be there. All we have to do is listen…By being quiet within and listening to the guidance that comes from our soul, we will be led to take the right actions, meet the right people, ask the right questions and find the perfect solution to the problem which haunts us.You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. All you have to do is try it yourself. You'll be amazed how seemingly impossible problems disappear as the mists bee the morning sun. All you need is deep within you waiting to unfold and reveal itself. All you have to do is be still and take time to seek what is within, and you will surely find it. 70。
  • The First American Woman to be A Media MogulKatharine Graham,who died on July 17at 84,was, many years,arguably the most powerful woman in America.She was the first woman to be a true media mogul,running The Washington Post Company more than three decades. several generations of public officials and journalists,she embodied the Washington establishment.She first gained true fame during the Watergate scandal1) of the early 1970s,when the Post’s reporting helped bring down President Nixon.In 1998,her memoir,“Personal History,”was a No.1best seller and won the Pulitzer Prize.Just bee World War II,she married Philip Graham,a brilliant Harvard Law grad and Supreme Court clerk.Phil,who took over The Washington Post fro m Katharine’s father,Eugene Meyer,and began the paper’s climb to greatness.But Phil Graham was a manic-depressive),and his flights of greatness were accompanied by terrible lows.When Graham shot himself in 1963,his widow had virtually no confidence in her ability to guide her family company or continue her husband’s role as Washington power broker.She was operating in a world that was still essentially male-dominated.Slowly,hesitantly,not always aware of what she was doing,Mrs.Graham begin to challenge the social order.The custom at fancy dinner parties many years in Washington and elsewhere was the“ladies”to retire after dinner so the men could talk about important matters.At one dinner party given by columnist Joseph Alsop in the 1960s,Mrs.Graham finally,and at first meekly3),rebelled.She was irritated) at being banished,she later wrote,because she realized she knew more about the subjects the men were discussing than they did.She told her host that she would rather go home and than join the ladies in the drawing room.Alsop got the message――and an old and condescending5) custom was cast away.It was not long bee cabinet officials were begging to join the conversation at her table.The Washington Post had just begun to come into its own in the early 1970s when a pair of young Post reporters,Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein,began to uncover serious wrongdoing in the Nixon White House.When the paper began reporting on the scandal that became known as Watergate,Nixon’s Attorney General,crudely threatened Katharine Graham,warning Bernstein that“Kay Graham’s tit is going to get caught in a wringer”if the paper persisted in investigating the president.Though the Post was at considerable financial risk――the Post Company had just gone public and the Nixon administration was threatening the Post’s television licenses6)――Graham stood up against the pressure from the White House.Months later,after Nixon had resigned in disgrace,humor columnist Art Buchwald jokingly give Graham a small bronze wringer7).A couple of years earlier,Graham had taken an equally principled and courageous stand in publishing the Pentagon Papers,the U.S.government‘s secret history of the Vietnam War,despite threats of criminal prosecution8) by the Justice Department.Widely honored her courage as a paragon9) of the First Amendment,she also became an immensely successful business-woman.Acquiring TV stations,cable companies and other media outlets,she made the Post a well-established tune 500company.Other media leaders turned to her as an example and an inspiration.But though she was a model the advancement of women some 40years,she never modeled herself as a feminist) protagonist.She was,to the end,a gentlewoman of the old school,gracious and mannerly. 95。
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