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For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. 要有吸引人的双唇,请说好意的言语For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. 要有美丽的双眼,请寻索他人的优点。For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. 要有纤细的身材,请与饥民分享你的食物。 For beautiful hair, let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day. 要有亮丽的头发,请让小孩每日触摸你的头发。For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone. 要有自信的态度,请学习你不曾学过的知识。People, even more than things, have to be restored, revived, reclaimed and redeemed; never throw out anyone. 人之所以为人,是必须充满精力、自我悔改、自我反省、自我成长;并非向人抱怨。Remember, if you ever need ahelping hand, you"ll find them at the end of each of your arms. As yougrow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helpingyourself, the other for helping others. 请记得,如果你需要帮助,你永远有你的手可以自己动手。当你成长后,你会发觉你有二只手,一只帮助自己,一只帮助它人The beauty of a woman is not inthe clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way shecombs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes,because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. 女人的美丽不存在于她的饰、她的珠宝、她的发型;女人的美丽必须从她的眼中找到,因为这才是她的心灵之窗与爱心之房。 The beauty of a woman is not in afacial mode, but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows. 女人的美丽不是表面的,应该是她的精神层面-是她的关怀、她的爱心以及她的热情。 The beauty of a woman grows with the passing years. 女人的美丽是跟着年龄成长 /200808/458011. 对于结婚70后:When they mean to marry, they want to marry with a virgin.80后:As long as we have true love, we do not mind whether she is a virgin or not.90后:Does marriage need feeling? Do we need marriage? 2. 对于男友70后:They consort with a man of figure.80后:We consort with kindred spirit.90后:我们结交满身文身的帅哥! 3. 对于女务员70后:They treat waitress badly or molest waitress in word.80后:We talk with waitress only when we order dishes and square accounts.90后:Never talk with waitress,只会背后讨论她的衣很土…… 4. 对于陌生人70后:When they stay with strangers, they are used to making conversation with others.80后:Generally, We don't rap to strangers, don't you feel tired when making conversation?90后:你谁阿,穿这么土,死开~帅哥,交个朋友好嘛?~ 5. 对于聊天70后:Their topics are limited to work and share.80后:We have more topics,有英超、魔兽……90后:QQ等级,QQ秀……6. 对于工作70后:Ergasiomania(工作狂)基本上都是70后的。80后:Refuse to work overtime!90后:Refuse to work! /200908/82027A survey released on Monday shows 81 percent of Americans do more than drive when they're behind the wheel.Talk on the phone while you're driving? Fix your makeup? Check e-mail? You're not alone.A survey released on Monday shows 81 percent of Americans do more than drive when they're behind the wheel.More than eight of 10 people surveyed by Nationwide Mutual Insurance said they adjust the radio or music while they drive, while 73 percent talk on the phone, 68 percent eat, 19 percent send text messages and 5 percent checked their e-mail.Personal hygiene was also a big driver distraction, with 19 percent fixing their hair, 12 percentputting on makeupand 2 percent shaving while at the controls of a car."Clearly Americans have much to do and little time to do it, so to cope with that we've become multi-taskers," said Bill Windsor, associate vice president of Safety at Nationwide."The problem with that is driving requires focus, and multi-tasking while driving puts you and your fellow drivers at risk."Drivers in the survey also admitted to changing seats with passengers, watching a movie, painting their toenails, nursing a baby and putting in contact lenses while driving.Younger drivers multi-task the most, the survey found, with 35 percent of 18-to-27 year olds saying they always multi-task in the car, compared to 21 percent of baby boomers.Windsor said the consequences for young drivers are severe, with car accidents being the number one cause of death for Americans aged 18 to 27."The bottom line is if it can be done in the kitchen, bathroom, office or bedroom, it should not be done in the car," Windsor said.While some U.S. jurisdictions require hands-free devices for cellphone use in cars, most of the activities listed in the survey are not illegal unless they are determined to be the cause of an accident.The survey of 1,200 drivers between the ages of 18 and 60 found that while 83 percent believe they are safe drivers, 38 percent admitted they have driven a certain distance without any recollection of doing so. 你开车的时候你会做些什么?打电话?补妆?还是是查收邮件?本周一公布的一项调查显示,81%的美国人开车时“一心多用”。这项由全美互助保险公司开展的调查显示,80%以上的人说他们开车时调过广播或音乐,73%的人打过电话,68%的人吃过东西,19%的人发过短信,另有5%的人说他们查收过电子邮件。此外,处理个人卫生也是司机们开车时常做的事情。调查显示,有19%的人在开车时整理过头发、12%的人化过妆、还有2%的人刮过胡子。全美互助保险公司安全部副主席比尔·温莎说:“由此可见,美国人每天需要处理很多事情,但时间又总是不够,所以经常‘一心多用’”。“但问题在于,开车的时候一定要集中注意力,如果三心二意则会让你自己和路上的其他司机都面临危险。接受调查的司机承认他们在开车时曾与乘客交换过座位、看过电影、涂过脚趾甲、给孩子喂过奶,还戴过隐形眼镜。调查发现,年轻司机在开车时最容易分心。在18至27岁的司机中,有35%的人说他们开车时常会做一些其它的事情,而这一比例在“婴儿潮”这代人中则为21%。温莎说,年轻司机开车时三心二意会造成严重后果,车祸是美国18至27岁这一年龄段的人死亡的头号杀手。“问题是,如果一件事情能在厨房、浴室、办公室或卧室里处理,就不应该在开车时处理。”尽管美国一些辖区规定必须在车上安装手机免提接听装置,但此项调查中所列的大多数行为如果不是事故发生的直接原因,则都被认定为合法。这项共有1200名年龄在18岁至60岁的司机参加的调查发现,83%的人认为自己是安全驾驶,38%的人承认他们开了一段距离之后才意识到自己在开车。 /200803/32940

You don't have to add an extra hour to the day to find time for each other. These six fun strategies can keep you connected immediately.你不必为了彼此的相处而额外挤出一个小时的时间,以下的六大高招就可以让你俩立刻亲密起来。1. Be funny. 情趣Kind-spirited humor can douse a hot argument, head off a fight, and turn the drudgery of household responsibilities and planning into something witty, smart, and hilarious. Stick with warm humor; sarcasm and snide remarks aren't relationship-builders.善意的玩笑可以缓和争吵,平息争斗,还能把家务缠身的苦差变成一种诙谐、智慧和欢笑。当然玩笑要适度,讽刺挖苦有损感情地培养。 /200911/89290

Deep inside your closet hangs an old friend: your favorite jeans. The ones you once lived in that you haven’t worn in ages because it’s too much eff ort to stuff yourself inside them. The following workout is designed to fi rm your butt, tone your thighs, tighten your core, and zap your love handles1. In short, you’ll pare2 down the problem spots that are coming between you and your much-loved denim.   在你衣柜的深处挂着一件你的“老朋友”:你喜欢的牛仔裤。这是你曾经总穿的牛仔裤,但你已经很久没穿了,因为要费很大的力气才能将自己塞进去。下面的锻炼可以紧实臀部、增强大腿肌肉、收紧核心肌群、摆脱腰间赘肉。总之,你和你深爱的牛仔裤之间的问题会越来越少。   Half-Seated Leg Circle   Sit on the  floor with your legs fully extended, leaning back on your elbows, your  ngers cupping3 the sides of your hips. Keeping your lower back pressed into the fl oor, engage your core and lift your legs about 45 degrees. Point your toes, press your thighs together, and trace 12 large clockwise circles, then 12 counterclockwise circles.   半坐抬腿画圈   双腿完全伸展坐在地上,向后倚,以肘部撑,手指屈拢成杯状放在臀部两侧。下背部紧贴地面,锻炼核心肌群, 双腿抬起约45 度。脚趾绷直, 大腿紧靠在一起,顺时针画 12 个大圆圈,然后再逆时针画12 个圆圈。 /200912/91428

A couple of months ago, I asked you not to fear failure, saying that embracing failure — or at least the possibility of failure — was essential to success. But, of course, in the end the goal is to succeed, and fear of failing isn’t the only thing that keeps us from succeeding.I speak from experience here. Six or seven years ago, I was the picture of success — a straight-A graduate student, top of my class, a job I loved, a relationship that I was happy in, the whole enchilada. And then, those successes started slipping away. Nothing obvious at first, but gradually I found myself stuck in a rut academically, my relationship dissolved, things just weren’t going my way. I wasn’t failing, per se, just losing my grip on the successes I had won.In the last couple of years, I’ve been reassessing some aspects of my life, trying to figure out what had happened so I could rebuild. To some extent this has worked well — I have a job I love (although I need to develop it into a career, not just a job), I have a book coming out in my academic field, I’m writing quite a bit, and most importantly I have a new relationship that is going strong. To get here, I’ve had to figure out what I was doing wrong in the years in between, where I had lost my footing, and I think I’ve figured out a thing or two in doing so.If you’re not reaching the kind of success you imagine in the areas that area important to you, one or more of the following things might well be true of you, too:1. You don’t have a goal. A lot of time we find ourselves “spinning our wheels”, struggling through a day-to-day routine that isn’t getting us anywhere because we don’t know where we want to go. Sometimes we had goals when we set ourselves on a particular path, but we’ve changed along the way and those goals are no longer that important. Sometimes we simply did what was expected of us without ever stopping to think about what we eventually wanted to accomplish for ourselves. Whatever the case, figuring out what your goals are and, just as importantly, whether your current actions are helping to achieve them, is important.2. You don’t have a vision. Setting goals is important but isn’t enough to drive you to the finish line; it’s important, too, to be able to imagine yourself as the achiever of your goals. How will you feel, what’s the payoff, why is it worthwhile to follow these goals and not some other ones? If goals are the end result of a journey, your vision is the fuel to get you there.3. You don’t have a plan. If goals are your destination and a vision is your fuel, your plan is the map to get you there; without a plan, you have no idea what immediate steps to take to achieve your goals. Planning means taking stock of the resources you have, the resources you need, and the steps you have to take to put those resources into action. The world is full of people with goals they have never accomplished because they didn’t have a plan — don’t you be one of them.4. You’re too certain. Too much certainty creates inflexibility. If you’re sure that your plan is correct, and refuse to accept the possibility of error, you may well find yourself stuck when an unexpected change comes about, or when your plan takes you in an unexpected direction. However strong your plan and however sure you are of your goals, make room for periodic reassessment.5. You’re not certain enough. At the same time, too little certainty will paralyze you. If you refuse to take a step because you aren’t positive it will move you towards success, you won’t make any better progress than if you had no goals at all. Keep your eyes open and be willing to change, but have faith in yourself, too.6. You don’t learn from your mistakes. A lot of people take their mistakes as signs of their unworthiness. They take setbacks as proof that they were never meant to achieve anything in the first place, and that they were stupid to even try. Mistakes are crucial to success — if we take the time to analyze them and learn from them. Even when they bar us irrevocably from attaining a goal, the lessons we learn from our mistakes help us to make new and better goals.7. You reject outside influences. A lot of people see the influence of others as a weakness, or worse, a restriction or even “pollution” of their innate creativity. This is, in a word, hogwash. We are first and foremost social beings, none of whom has ever accomplished anything without the help of others. Welcome and accept other perspectives on your strengths and weaknesses, your successes and failures. Accept help graciously when it’s offered. This doesn’t mean you should take every piece of advice offered you, but you should listen seriously and openly and weigh carefully the input of others. And learn from their mistakes, when you can.8. You worry about being copied. Often we close ourselves off from other people not because we’re afraid that they will influence us but that we will influence them, that our brilliant ideas will be taken up by someone else and no longer be solely ours. So we avoid sharing our passions, and spend our energy jealously guarding our “secret” rather than simply moving forward. In the end, we turn our passions into burdens that become difficult to carry instead of a joy.9. You use up your reserves. When I’ve found myself at my lowest points, it’s always been for lack of a reserve — whether of money, of time, or most crucially of energy. In part this was the fault of inadequate planning and over-certainty — I should have reassessed my situation more realistically before exhausting my resources — but whatever the cause, it’s a dangerous place to be. A mistake that could be easily recovered from under normal circumstances becomes overwhelming when you’re too broke or too exhausted to respond adequately. Keep track of where you are financially, materially, and emotionally before you find yourself too worn down to continue.10. You fear success. Forget fear of failure, it’s fear of success that kicks us the hardest. It’s the darnedest thing, too — the kind of thing that you don’t imagine possible, until one day you realize that you really don’t know what to do with yourself if you ever accomplish your goals. On the other side of success is the unknown, and believe it or not, the unknown is often scarier than the known world of struggle and unfulfillment this side of success. When I realized this, one night as I drifted unhappily to sleep, it jerked me straight up in my bed!My father, an avid collector of seemingly random es, is fond of saying that insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. (I’ve never had the heart to ask him why he keeps saying this….) At some point, you have to stop doing whatever you’re doing and figure out why you’re doing it, especially if it doesn’t seem to be getting you where you want to be. When you do, I think you’ll find that at least one of the above applies to you. Whatever your reasons, though, the important thing is to realize that it’s in your nature neither to be a failure, nor to be a success, that success is something we make rather than something that happens to us — and when you realize that, you can start to make the changes that move you from “insanity” to success. 几个月前,我让你《不要害怕失败》,告诉你要拥抱失败——或者至少拥抱失败的可能性——对成功来说,这是必要的。但是,当然了,我们最终的目标是要取得成功,而害怕失败也不是阻止我们成功的唯一障碍。现在我来说说自己的经历。大概六七年前,我是很成功的——我是全优毕业生,班里的第一名,有一份自己喜欢的工作,有一段令人愉悦的爱情,就是一整个安琪拉达(意指很幸福)。然后,情况开始下滑。最初一切并不明显,但我渐渐发现自己在学术上停滞不前,我的亲密关系破裂,所有的事情都不由我掌控。就其本身而言,我并不是失败,只是在已拥有的成功上失去了掌控权。此后的几年,我一直在反思自己生活的方方面面,试着找出哪里出了问题,好让自己能重新来过。从某种程度上来说,它很有效——我拥有一份自己喜欢的工作(虽然我得把它发展成为一个职业,而不仅仅是一份工作),我即将出版一本自己学术领域的书,已经写了不少了,最重要的是我有了一份趋向稳定的感情。说到这,我得指出自己在那两段时间中做错的事,那使我失去了成功地位,我想我已经提到过了其中的一件了。如果你还没有在你认为重要的领域中取得成功,那么你至少符合下面的一种情况:*你没有一个目标。很多时候,我们发现自己“转动轮子”,终日和时间赛跑,却没有去到任何地方,这是因为我们不知道自己想去哪。有时候,我们已经在前进的道路上设立了自己的目标,但一旦我们改变了自己的方向,那些目标就不再重要了。有时候,我们只是简单地去做那些自认为渴望的事,却没有停下来考虑自己真正想要的是什么。不论在哪种情况下,也不论你现在的行动对实现目标是否起作用,指出你的目标是很重要的。*你没有一个远景。设定目标是很重要,但这还不足以使你去达到它。设想你已经在目标上取得成功同样重要。你的感觉怎么样?回报是什么?为什么值得跟随这些目标而不是其它的?如果目标是一场旅行的最终结果,你的远景就是让你达到那的燃料。*你没有一个计划。如果目标是你的终点,远景是你的燃料,你的计划就是让你到那的地图。没有计划,你就不知道眼下要做什么去达到你的目标。计划意味着储存你所拥有的和所需要的资源,以及那些把这些资源转化为行动的步骤。这个世上有太多有目标却从未实现的人,是因为他们不曾有一个计划——别让你自己成为他们中的一员。*你太固执。太多的肯定会造成僵化。如果你肯定你的计划是正确的,并且拒绝接受错误的可能性,当预期以外的情况发生时,或当你的计划把你带到一个你不期望的方向时,你会发现自己陷入了困境。不论你的计划多么强,也不论你对自己的目标有多肯定,都要为重新考虑预留余地。*你不够肯定。同样的,太少肯定会让你气馁。如果你因为不确定是否能成功就拒绝向前迈一步,那你就不会比完全没有目标更有进展。保持你的双眼睁开,并且愿意改变,但同时也要对自己有信心。*你没有从错误中吸取教训。许多人都认为错误是毫无价值的迹象。他们用挫折明自己一开始就不打算取得成功,同时也明他们愚蠢到要去尝试。错误是成功的关键——如果我们花些时间去分析它们并从中学习的话。即便当错误不可避免地禁止我们达到目标,我们从错误中吸取的教训也能帮助我们设定一个新的更好的目标。*你拒绝外部的影响。许多人把其他人的影响看作是一个弱点,一种错误,一种限制,甚至是一种对他们与生具来的创造力的一种“污染”。总之就是一派胡言。我们首先是社会人,没有一个人可以完全不要他人的帮助就能获得成功。欢迎并接受他人对你优缺点和成功失败的评述。优雅地接受他人的帮助。这并不代表你要接受所有的建议,但是你要认真而公开地倾听,并仔细斟酌。可以的话,从他人的错误中学习。*你担心被复制。经常,我们会让自己和他人保持距离,并不是因为担心他人会影响自己,而是担心自己会影响他人。我们害怕自己出色的点子被他人占有,不再仅仅属于我们。因此,我们避免分享自己的,并且花精力谨慎地保守我们的“秘密”,而不是简单地往前走。最后,我们把自己的变成一种很难被欢乐所代替的负担。*你耗尽了储备。当我发现自己处在最低谷时,这总表示缺乏储备——无论是金钱还是时间,或者是最关键的能源。在某种程度上来说,这是计划不足和过度肯定的后果。——在耗尽我的储备以前,我要对现状重新做一次更实际的评估。——无论如何,这都是危险的情况。一个在正常情况下可以很容易被纠正的错误会在你精疲力尽不能对它作出适当反应的时候变得势不可挡。在你觉得情况太坏而不能继续以前,要在财务上、物质上和情感上保持跟踪。*你害怕成功。忘记对失败的恐惧之后,对成功的恐惧最使我们受伤。这也是件最可恨的事。你不太可能会想到这类事,直到有一天,你真正意识到,如果你达到了所有设立的目标,你将无事可做。成功的另一面是未知,不管你相信与否,未知都比现实世界中的斗争和未达到成功更可怕。一天晚上,当我不开心地渐渐入睡时,一想到这些,我就猛地从床上坐了起来!我的父亲,喜欢收集一些看似随机的格言。他喜欢说的一句话就是,疯狂就是总是重复相同的事却期望有不同的结果。(我从没有用心问过他为什么老是这么说……)某个时候,你得停下任何你在做的事,想一想你为什么要这样做,特别是在你做的事并没有让你达到目标的时候。一旦你这样做了,我想你将会找出至少一条上面说的情况与你相符。不论你的理由是什么,最重要的是你要明白,你的本质并不是要成为一个失败者或成功者,成功是要争取的,它不会自动发生在我们身上。一旦你意识到这些,你就能开始做出改变,这将会促使你从“愚蠢”走向成功。 /200811/56136

Do you enjoy dancing? The fact that you do probably means that you're probably not a complete introvert, but your style of dance may reveal more about your personality that you might think. Dancing is a form of self expression and a way of communicating with your dance partner and with the world at large on a social basis. Here's what your style of dance reveals about you:Clapping Your HandsClapping your hands when you dance may indicate that you're an extroverted, outgoing, vivacious type who loves to be the center of the social scene. The noise associated with the clapping movements may be a subconscious or conscious attempt to call attention to yourself. In fact, this can be true if you make any type of noise when you dance such as snapping your fingers or stomping your feet repeatedly.Wearing Revealing Dance AttireThis one should be rather obvious. If you tend to pick the skimpiest or the brightest outfit to wear out on the dance floor, you're probably, at least subconsciously, trying to seek attention. If your outfit is revealing enough, there's a good chance that you will attract attention. Before you wear a mini dress and heels out onto the dance floor, make sure you're y for the response.Repeating the Same Steps Over and OverIf you tend to repeat the same dance steps over and over with little variation, you're probably a rather conventional person who's averse to risk and change. Although it's nice to play it safe, you might enjoy learning some new moves to jazz up both your dance style and your life.Shaking Your Hips with Wild AbandonIf you shake your hips with wild abandon on the dance floor, you're probably a passionate, uninhibited soul who welcomes change and embraces new experiences. You're also likely to be a risk taker both in your social life and in your business dealings.You Avoid the Dance Floor EntirelyYou're probably a shy, introverted person who doesn't feel comfortable in social situations. More men fall into this group than women. Chances are you have to be coerced into attending a social event and feel very ill at ease once you get there. Your idea of entertainment is an evening in front of the television set or catching the latest flick in the dark at the movie theater.You Only Slow DanceYou're probably a laid back, easy going, romantic soul who spends a lot of time day dreaming and fantasizing. You probably appreciate a good romance novel or love story and would make a good marriage partner. Either that or your joints won't allow you to swing your hips on the dance floor anymore.Your style of dance may say more about you than you know. What's your dance style saying about you? 你喜欢跳舞么?事实是,你可能并不是一个完全内向的人,但是你跳舞的风格却可能会揭示出比你想到的还要多的性格。舞蹈是一种自我展示,也是和你舞伴的一种交流方式,也是这个世界上社交的基本。以下就是你的舞蹈所揭示出关于你的一些事情:拍手:在跳舞的时候拍手,表示你可能是一个那种喜欢在社交场合成为中心的外向的,活泼的人。拍手的声音可能是你潜意识或者有意识的想到吸引别人注意到你。事实上,如果你在跳舞的时候真的重复发出的了如打响指或是跺脚之类的声音,你的确可以吸引到别人的注意。身着与众不同的舞衣这一点应该是相当明显的了。如果你打算在舞池中身着很暴露或是很鲜艳的舞衣,你很可能,至少在潜意识里,想要吸引别人的注意。如果你的舞衣足够出挑,那将会是一个你吸引注意的好机会。在你穿上迷你裙和露脚跟的鞋子之前,请确保你已经准备好应对大众可能会有的反应。一遍一遍的重复舞步如果你一遍一遍的重复舞步而很少有改变的话,你可能就是那种不愿意冒险和改变的传统派人士。尽管这样选择安全的做法很好,但是你也会享受学到新舞步来刺激一下你的舞蹈风格,活跃一下你的生活。疯狂扭胯如果你在舞池中疯狂扭胯,你也许就是那些乐于迎接改变和新的经历的,充满的不安定灵魂。在生活上和事业处理上,你也很可能是一个愿意冒险的人。你完全对跳舞避之不急你可能是一个害羞,内向的人,这类人在这叫场合通常会觉得浑身不舒。在这类人群中,男人比女人要多。很有可能的情况就是,你是被迫要去参加一个社交活动,而你一到活动现场,就会觉得不自在。你所认为的,就是一个晚上泡在电视机前,或者是到黑漆漆的电影院里看场最新上映的片子。你只跳慢舞你也许是个迂回的人,很好相处,并且十分浪漫。这种人会花很多时间在做白日梦和幻想上。你可能会欣赏一部浪漫的小说或是爱情故事,也会是一个好的结婚对象。无论是这种性格还是你的身体,都不会允许你在跳舞的时候有太大的动作。你舞蹈的风格可能会告诉你很多你自己都不知道的东西,你的舞蹈方式告诉了你些什么呢? /200804/34940

1、Hey, don't try to rip me off. I know what this is worth. 别想宰我,我识货。 2、Can you give me a little deal on this? 这能卖得便宜一点吗?  3、Can you give me this for cheaper? 能便宜一点给我吗?  4、Is there any discount on bulk purchases? 我多买些能打折吗?  5、Give me a discount. 给我打个折吧。  6、How much do you want for this? 这件东西你想卖多少钱?  7、If you don't give me a better price, I won't buy this.如果价格不更优惠些,我是不会买的。  8、I can get this cheaper at other places. 这样东西我在别的地方可以买到更便宜的。  9、What's the lowest you're willing to go? 最低你能出什么价?  10、Come on, give me a break on this. 别这样,你就让点儿价吧。  注解:  1、 买东西是被宰,所以不管是不是行家都要先造出声势,用这句话镇住卖家。“Rip someone off”意为某商店或商贩企图宰它的顾客,敲竹杠。如:“The shop tried to rip me off, but I taught them a good lesson.”(那个商店企图宰我,结果让我教训了一顿)。如果真的被狠宰了一下,你当然还可以说,“I was ripped off.”或者“I was cleaned out.”第二句,有被骗得很惨的意思。  2、 2-3、大家都希望买到物廉价美的东西,所以就免不了要讨价还价。这两句话往往能使你少花些钱。你要注意的是这样的问题一般只在“market”(市场)这些地方问,像“shopping mall”(购物中心),“supermarket”(超市)和“department store”(百货商场)里说这样的话,就不太合适,因为除了大型商品,一般物品是不打折的。  3、 4-5、“Bulk purchases”就是“大量地购买”,等于“buy something in bulk”。“discount”是折扣的意思。平时在商店里常出现的表示打折的牌子是“on sale”。专门卖廉价物品的商店叫“bargain store”,店里卖廉价商品的柜台叫“bargain counter”。原来表示打折的英文还挺多的,原来这些西文人的商业头脑也挺发达。  6、这句话一般是买者问的。如果是在可以讲价的地方,卖主可能会反问你,“How much do you want to pay for this?”  7、 教大家一个讨价还价的秘诀,就是用个“if”从句,即加一个条件,再加一个由这个条件带来的结果。“A better price”就是“a cheaper price”。  8、“Cheap”这个词挺有意思的,“cheap”是“便宜”。如果说某人“cheap”,大致上有两种含义,都不太好。一个意思是指人很小气,吝啬鬼是“tightwad”或“penny-pincher”;另一个意思是“卑微的”、“有失身份的”,“If you wear like that, you will look cheap.”(要是穿成那样,你看起来挺有失身份的。)  9、这句话问的是最低价钱,应该是出自卖者之口了。“Go”就是“charge me”。然而,如果卖者的开价还是太高,你可以说“Could you go up a little?”。如果你的出价太低,卖者接受不了,他/她也可以相应地说“Could you go up a little?”。这里的“go”却是“pay”的意思了。  10、“Give someone a break”的意思是“give someone a chance”。在不同的语境中,这个词组可以有不同的解释。在这句话里,指的是“让价”。另外如你友写信,你的室友却想让你帮他打水,你就可以对他说,“Give me a break, buddy, I'm busy right now.”(老兄,别烦我,我正忙着呢。) /200911/88564

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