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岁末,白雪皑皑的圣诞又要到了,虽然在国内现在也有很多人过圣诞,但对这个血统正派的西洋节日你真正了解吗?快通过我们的十个问题来测一测你对圣诞节知多少吧!圣诞节的来历是什么  1. 圣诞节的来历是什么?  In Christianity, Christmas is the festival celebrating the Nativity of Jesus, the Christian belief that the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament's Messianic prophecies was born to the Virgin Mary。  在基督教的传统中,圣诞节是为庆祝基督耶稣降生的节日。基督教徒相信,弥赛亚告知圣母玛利亚育了上帝的儿子耶稣。 /200912/92836。

Justin Timberlake named most stylish man in AmericaJustin Timberlake listens to a question during a news conference at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 15, 2008.Grammy-winning pop singer Justin Timberlake has topped GQ magazine's list of the "10 most Stylish Men in America," and gives his banker stepfather the credit for his dress sense.The men's magazine praised Timberlake, 28, for his impact on fashion, his willingness to take risks and "knack for targeting trends" including hats, three-piece suits, skinny ties and beards.The timing of the award is good news for Timberlake. William Rast, the clothing line he and friend Trace Ayala launched in October 2006, is on the runway at this week's New York Fashion show for its second outing.Timberlake said in the March issue of GQ that he got his sense of style from his stepfather, Paul Harless, a banker who laid out his suit for the next morning every night and went to work looking "like Richard Gere in (American) Gigolo."As for his signature style of wearing a suit with sneakers, Timberlake said it was more a matter of practicality than design."I just put sneakers on because I couldn't dance in the shoes I had. I couldn't leap with just insoles and dress shoes. I would've hurt myself," said Timberlake, who rose to fame as a singer with the boy band 'N Sync and went solo in 2002.Other honorees on the list of "Stylish Men" include music producer Mark Ronson, who took second place, and photographer Alex Lubomirski, who was third.They were joined by rappers Kanye West and T.I., actor Jason Schwartzman and hotelier Andre Balazs. /200902/62693。

January 31 the year's biggest night for first datesJanuary 31 is due to be the year's biggest night for first dates, according to a survey.Although January may have the reputation as the peak month for relationships break up, new statistics show Saturday night is due to be the year's biggest night for first dates.On top of that, an estimated 70,000 will turn into a new romance by February.A survey of 5,000 singles by PARSHIP.co.uk, Europe's largest scientifically-based online dating service, showed Britain's singles will go on 2.5 million first dates this January, almost three times more than in December and twice as many as any other single month of the year.Another recent PARSHIP poll found four out of five people said they would actively to meet someone in January.Almost half said they would look for a committed relationship, more than one in ten for a casual relationship and one in five for any type of relationship.Nearly half of singles, 45 per cent of men and 50 per cent of women also admitted to feeling particularly lonely in January.Dr Victoria Lukats, psychiatrist and PARSHIP.co.uk's dating expert, said: "These findings are consistent with previous surveys. We know that more people join internet dating services in January than any other time of year."We also know that internet dating has now become the single most common way of finding a partner."The explanation could be down to the post-Christmas malaise, pressure from well-meaning friends and relatives or New Year's resolutions." /200902/61641。

Last week, I sent an e-mail to a friend who had just lost his job. “I’m so sorry,” I wrote. “Your bosses are morons to have got rid of such a genius as you. I can only suppose a queue will shortly stretch round the block as less brain-dead employers clamour to take you on. Hope you are OK.”The e-mail was heartfelt except for one word, and that was “shortly”. I don’t expect a queue to form for my friend shortly. Even geniuses are not getting snapped up quickly – unless they happen to be security guards, social workers, accountants or teachers.In a trice, I had a message back. He said he had had a brief panic about the mortgage and school fees but otherwise was really rather cheerful. Indeed, he was in such high spirits that he even sent me a funny anecdote*.I could not help comparing the tone of his message with one that I got the very same afternoon from another friend who works for a company that has also been celebrating Christmas with some savage job cuts. Never, she said, had her morale been as bad. The weight of work was crippling as she was now doing the jobs of three people. There was talk of pay cuts. The office was spookily quiet, too; since most of her friends had been sacked, there wasn’t even anyone around to moan to. Worst of all was the fear that her job would be next.It is tempting to conclude from these two messages that, if there is one thing worse for hitherto successful, well-paid people than being fired, it is not being fired. Those who have been axed don’t need to take the sacking personally, and not working in the days before Christmas can be rather jolly. Whereas for those who have not been fired, the not-so-festive season this year is an orgy of fear and drudgery.There might be some truth in this now but it is not going to stay true for long. The grimness of the unemployed will get worse as no queues form to take them on, while the grimness of those in work will, in time, start to recede. This is not because the economy will improve – it is because the grimness itself will bring on a sounder and altogether more realistic approach to work.Over the past decade, the rich, professional classes have developed an increasingly unhealthy attitude to their jobs. We took our jobs and our fat salaries for granted and felt aggrieved if our bonuses were not even bigger than the year before. We demanded that the work be interesting in itself and, even more dangerously and preposterously, that it should have meaning.The result of all these demands was, of course, dissatisfaction. We had climbed to the very top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and discovered that, at the top of the pyramid, the air was very thin indeed. As an agony aunt, I found that by far the most common problem ers submitted came from rich and senior professionals who had all their basic needs more than catered for, leaving their souls in torment. Help me, I’m bored, they cried. Or, worse: what does my work mean?In the past few months, anguish of this sort has vanished. When one’s job is at risk and one’s savings are a shadow of their former selves, the search for meaning at work is meaningless. The point of a job becomes rather more basic: to feed and house (and, at a pinch, to educate) one’s family and oneself. If we can do this, then anything we manage over and above this is a bonus. Once expectations have fully adjusted to this new reality and we see earning money as the main reason for work, greater satisfaction will follow.Low expectations have an awful lot to be said for them. In surveys women turn out to be more satisfied at work than men, in spite of earning less for the same jobs and doing most of the work at home too. The reason is simple: women’s expectations of working life are lower. Similarly, Denmark is the happiest country in the world in spite of having a cold, dark climate and a top tax rate of 68 per cent. The stoical Danes do not expect so much of life and, expecting less, find what little they have rather nice.Climbing down Maslow’s pyramid is painful and progress is slow. However, there is something that managers can do to make the descent a little less grim. The easiest and cheapest way of cheering up demoralised workers is to tell them that they are doing a great job. It is one of the great mysteries of office life why most managers are so resistant to this when it does not cost one penny. Here is all they have to do: pick people off one by one (to do it in groups is lazy and quite spoils the impact) and say thank you and well done, and look as if they mean it.* For anyone who needs further cheering, here is the anecdote of my sacked friend, who heard it from someone who works at the school that Paul McCartney’s child attends. At a recent parents’ evening, Heather Mills was told that her daughter was rather good at the recorder. Ms Mills apparently replied: “She gets that from me.” /200901/60602。

白羊座 3.21-4.19Throw yourself into your profession. You need to do more research before you make your final decision. You may find that purchases or entertainment could be expensive. Go out with friends who are positive and supportive.专注于事业。你需要做好充足的思考和研究,然后才做决定。你可能会发现,购买的商品或是活动是昂贵的。和态度积极、持你的朋友聚聚。Your lucky day this week will be Tuesday.本周幸运日:周二。 /201007/109400。

澳大利亚昆士兰州于日前推出一本名为《良好心理健康基石》的教育指导手册,里面列出了很多可以帮助教师在教书的同时注意塑造学生心理健康的“小贴士”。其中,教师用红笔批改作业被列为不当的做法,建议换用其他颜色的笔。该手册指出,红色为代表攻击性的颜色,学生看到用红色批改的作业或者试卷时心理会受到伤害。Teachers using red pen to mark students' work could be harming their psyche as the color is too aggressive, according to education strategies drafted by an Australian state government.The "Good Mental Health Rocks" kit, which was distributed this month to about 30 schools in Queensland state, offers strategies such as "don't mark in red pen (which can be seen as aggressive) - use a different color."Other tips include structuring time for peer tutoring every day, apologizing to students when necessary and asking students to conduct a "personal skills audit" where they focus on their individual strengths rather than their weaknesses.The kit, designed to help Queensland teachers address mental health in the classroom, suggests social and emotional wellbeing has been linked to young people's schooling, among other things.The education aid has sparked a row in parliament, with deputy opposition leader Mark McArdle calling it "kooky, loony, loopy lefty policies."But Health Minister Stephen Robertson, whose department devised the kit, said youth suicide was a serious issue."If mental health professionals determine that as one of a number of strategies teachers should consider, then I'll support them every day of the week," he told reporters recently. "This is not a matter for ridicule, this is serious."According to some Australian mental health groups, the greatest number of people with mental illness are aged between 18 and 24 years, with 14 percent of Australian children and adolescents suffering from some sort of illness.Boys are slightly more likely to experience mental health problems than girls and depression is one of the most common conditions in young people and increases during adolescence, the website of mental health group Mindframe said. /200812/59214。

你与宇宙共存,而宇宙正在扩张,所以你也别羞于穿更大的裤子。内容来自: /201108/150674。

You succeed when you lead others to success.当你帮助他人取得成功时,本身也是种成功。 /201106/142198。

The average Briton can make 10 meals from scratch without having to look at a recipe, a survey suggests。   调查显示,多数英国人不看菜谱就能直接烹制的佳肴共有十道  Spaghetti bolognese is the most popular dish, with 65% of people saying they know the recipe by heart。最受追捧的当属意大利肉酱面,65%的英国人表示这个菜谱已经烂熟于心了。  The traditional roast dinner comes in second place with 54% of people able to prepare it unaided。排在第二位的是英式传统烤菜,54%的人可以轻松烹制这道美味。The survey, commissioned by the UKTV Food channel to mark the returnof its Market Kitchen show, involved questioning 3,000 people。这项由UKTV食品频道委托进行的调查共走访询问了3,000多人,调查结果在该频道的“市场厨房”节目播出。The survey suggests the average cook is more comfortable preparing foreign dishes than British classics at home。调查发现,英国人居家做的多半是外国美食,而非本国佳肴。Chilli con carne is the third most popular dish for cooks toattempt, with 42% saying they can manage it without looking at acookbook or recipe online。香辣肉酱排在最受欢迎榜单的第三位,42%的英国人表示无需菜谱或上网查询就会做这道菜。Some 41% of cooks feel confident they can prepare the classic Italian dish lasagne。还有41%的人表示,自己能够信心十足地烹制意大利千层面。The research defined a recipe as a main course dish containing four or more ingredients。该项调查中的主菜指的是含有四种或四种以上配料的菜式。Matthew Fort, presenter of Market Kitchen, said: "The resultsprovide a good snapshot of what Brits are eating week in, week out,because if you cook something regularly enough you will remember therecipe."   “市场厨房”的节目主持人马修.福特说:“这项调查让我们了解到英国人平时常吃哪些菜。因为一道菜只有常做常吃,你才能记住菜谱。”  Those surveyed admitted they made an average of just four home-cooked meals per week。  调查显示,英国人平均每周只做四顿饭。  Only 16% of those aged under 25 cook every day compared with 45% of those aged 56 and over。  25岁以下的年轻人每天做饭的人数比例仅有16%;而56岁以上每天做饭的人数比例则高达45%。 /200912/90719。

【中英对照】Sisters sp happiness while brothers breed distress, experts believe.专家相信,为家庭播洒快乐,而兄弟让家庭陷入忧愁。Researchers quizzed 571 people aged 17 to 25 about their lives and found those who grew up with sisters were more likely to be happy and balanced.研究人员在对571名年龄在17至25岁的青年人进行调查后发现,那些在成长过程中有相伴的人长大后更快乐、心理也更平衡。The University of Ulster said having daughters made a family more open and willing to discuss feelings.阿尔斯特大学的研究人员说,家中有女儿有助于家庭成员之间敞开心扉、增进交流。They said the influence of girls was particularly important after distressing family events such as marital break-ups.女孩对家庭有着巨大的影响力,这种影响力在家庭遭遇诸如夫妻离异这样的重大变故后,会尤为明显地体现出来。The findings are due to be presented at the British Psychological Society in Brighton on Thursday.该项研究成果将于周四在英国心理学会在布莱顿召开的会议上公布。 /200906/72401。