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If its about the well, never mind, just be nice. Understood.如果关于……算了,友好一点。 明白。Mr Lime! Are you well?Lime先生!你还好吗?Yes, but Im actually rather angry too.是的,但是事实上我也很生气。Ah, well let me introduce you to Anna!让我来给你介绍安娜!Mr Lime, its a pleasure to meet you! Let me help with your coat.Lime先生,见到你很高兴!让我帮你拿外套。Oh er...Thank you.谢谢。Can I give you a hand with your scarf too, Mr Lime? Oh...Thanks.我能帮你拿围巾吗,Lime先生? 谢谢。Now, please come this way and you can tell me whats wrong.现在,请往这边走,你可以跟我说说有什么问题。Well done! Anna used some good phrases to step in and help with this mess.干得好!安娜用了一些很好的表达方式介入并帮着处理混乱。Lets hear them again.让我们再来听听。Is there anything I can do?我能帮你做什么吗?Let me help.让我来帮你。Can I give you a hand?我能帮你一把吗?Give me a shout if you need anything.需要我的时候叫我。But Mr Lime is obviously upset about something.但是Lime先生显然对某些事情感到生气。What is it? And how will Anna deal with the problem?是什么呢?安娜将如何处理这个问题?Lets hope it doesnt end in disaster!希望最后不会以灾难收场! /201612/483605But even if there had been water, life doesn't start overnight. Even a simple microbe is the product of complex chemical systems that take millions of years to evolve. Had the water lasted long enough for life to form?Well, when we look at the history of life on Earth, it appears to start very quickly, maybe a hundred million years. Now that seems like a long time, but for a planet that's short. So I would guess that if there was water on Mars for a couple of hundred million years, then life had a good shot at getting started there. And soon they found evidence that water had been there for millions of years. It was all because of one very important picture. Sent back in December 2000, it was a vast formations of sedimentary rock. Sediment is basically made of sand, and could only have been deposited over millions of years by a huge body of water, like a lake or an ocean. It showed that there had not only been masses of water, but that it had been around easily long enough for life to form. The sediments on the surface are now dry and exposed. If they ever had contained life, it cannot possibly have survived. However, scientists hope that microbes deeper down might still be alive, frozen in the ground. To find the actual organic remains of a Martian organism, we are gonna need to go to the frozen material. In the ice life might have been preserved, frozen in a state of suspended animation. No one at this stage could know if microbes, formed millions of years ago, could have survived on Mars. But there are indications that this really is possible. Antarctica, the closest place on Earth to conditions on Mars. More extreme even than Iceland, it's the coldest place on our planet. Until a few years ago, no one thought that anything could survive being deep frozen for millions of years. But research here has helped change that. sedimentary rock: Rock formed at or near the Earth's surface by the accumulation and lithification of fragments of preexisting rocks or by precipitation from solution at normal surface temperatures. Sedimentary rocks can be formed only where sediments are deposited long enough to become compacted and cemented into hard beds or strata. They are the most common rocks exposed on the Earth's surface but are only a minor constituent of the entire crust. Their defining characteristic is that they are formed in layers. Each layer has features that reflect the conditions during deposition, the nature of the source material (and, often, the organisms present), and the means of transport200809/48546We've showed you how pop culture is causing a lot of girls to try to become too thin. As we mentioned, eleven million people currently suffer from an eating disorder and while it typically starts during puberty, it can begin much earlier. 13- year old Justine Gallagher developed the eating disorder when she was only five. Justine is with her mommy Yvonne Gallagher and her doctor IRA Sarcker ,who is an eating disorder specialist and co-author of the book "Dying To Be Thin".Good morning to all of you.Good morning.Dr.,let me start with you when you first met Justine , she was six, I believe.she was six.Was this the earliest you have ever seen in eating disorder appears in someone?She was the youngest person that I have ever seen with an eating disorder and that I've ever treated and her mom initially when she had just spoken to me ,they had aly been to like, three other doctors who said, "Don't worry about it. She is going to grow up".It's a phase,let's talk about what was happening.You were actually five years old,Justine. Eating paper.(Eating paper.)You tear a page out of a book, paper towels,(Yeah.) Q- Tips to try and curb your appetite. This was a conscious thought process on your point at five years old.Yes, it was. Dieting was very big on my mind even when I was five , six , seven years old because I was made fun of , because I thought I may be baby-fat and can't grow up peaceful. But baby-fat, you had chubby cheeks. You had a little excess but you were not fat. She never was.She was never a big child.She was big baby, but a healthy baby,and she had that mental picture in her mind.Were you trying to conceal the fact you were eating these paper?I wouldn't want pe(ople).I didn't want people to know about it because I didn't want people try to stop me from losing weight.And when you saw this happening ,what was going through your mind as a mom.Initially when she first started eating the paper,we just thought it was a nervous habit because she was always sensitive and on the nervous side.When her kindergarten teacher brought it to our attention that she was going to the bathroom, bringing it back and eating pa(per), bits, pieces off during the day.That's when we began to, along with her comments and her restricting food; that is when we started to realize that , that something was wrong.You talked about her restricting food. So in other parts of the day, was she ever sitting down for a normal meal with the family , was she eating things like the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as other kids were eating?Oh,yes , definitely, she would eat with us in the beginning, and little by little she would restrict different things that she used to enjoy. She would move the food around, always have a stomachache when it was meal time. She was uncomfortable.Yeah,you also used to use your room as a track.Yes.Yes. After I wouldn't eat during this was the beginning of my image so I would actually eat my meals. If I felt like I eat too much during that meal, I 'd run in my room with a timer around in circles in my room trying to lose weight I just put on.That wasn't until before she was diagnosed or so.I think at one point you actually, she was about six, she was not feeling well, you gave her a bath and you looked at her naked and you said "my God "she is..Well, she had bronchitis for about two weeks and she had aly started taking a bath on her own.She wanted to excise her independence so I hadn't been doing that. And then when she was sick, I wanted to help her, because she was a little weak, and she was, you could see a lot of bones,... a lot .When you started treatment here,someting started to come up. First of all,kids were teasing you so there is one thing going on in your mind. Kids are saying you are chubby you got these chubby cheeks. So that is in your mind also you started to realize that you were talking a lot about dieting(definitely) and weight control in the house.Definitely. And also people always said " oh,you look just like your mom you just look your mom." And there I was saying "I have to lose weight"But she was, but she needs to lose weight.So you figure if you look like her you must also need to lose weight.I'm with it. Yes,exactly.So she's six years old. What did you, how did you start Justine on the road to a recovery?Well, uhm, one of the ways that I treat individuals which is certainly non-traditional , is I try to find out what their passion is. And Justine very early on, she told me she loved horses. And this is not a family that could afford to have her own horse. But I had an individual who had done some work in what was called Equine Therapy which is a mechanism of teaching a person ,ok,how to deal with something empathized the body image.So what I did with Justine was I made her a deal. I said, "Look it!" I said ,"If you get strong rather than used weight or waking, I'm going to assign you a horse.You're gonna learn how to take care of the horse and then you are gonna learn how to ride the horse and you get stronger."When you were talking to Dr. Sacker at this time you were young, six seven years old. Did you realize you were sick? What was it like for you all sent to be taken around all these doctors?Usually people who have the disease don't think they have it. like, feel denying and they still say that they don't have it, they don't have problem of dieting but in reality they do. So at that time I didn't think I had a problem.I just want to mention you are thirteen. You are on very normal weight right now. (Yes.)You are doing well in terms of your eating disorder although you are never fully recovered. You are going to high school. You are going to be able to handle the added pressures of that peer group and the body image all over again?It is definitely gonna be hard. But you just have to stay confident, know that every body is different. You cann't be like everybody else out there.She still has the thoughts of every now and then ,oh, I weigh 126 now and I see it bothers her sometimes ,especially when she reaches the 100 mark that was, really affected her. But most importantly,she is talking about it. She has got the help(Yes, but she wants to be healthy.) in the message to the parents: keep your eyes open because it doesn't only happen to kids in puberty , it can happen at a young age.(Thanks)Absolutely. Thanks, Matt.Thank you all so much. Justine, good luck. Thank you. All right, happy birthday next month. Thank you. 200807/44824

Australia Offers Sanctuary to Iraqi Workers澳将接纳数千为澳军务伊拉克人  Australia will offer a permanent home to hundreds of its Iraqi employees when Canberra pulls its combat forces out of the troubled country later this year. There are fears these employees could face retribution after Australian troops are withdrawn.  澳大利亚今年晚些时候把军队撤离麻烦不断的伊拉克的时候,将接纳数以千计的伊拉克雇员到澳大利亚永久定居。有人担心这些雇员在堪培拉撤回部队以后可能会遭到报复。 When senior Australian government ministers recently visited Iraq, their country's soldiers urged the government not to abandon Iraqi employees when Canberra withdraws its combat units later this year.  澳大利亚政府高级内阁成员最近访问伊拉克的时候,澳大利亚军人促请政府在堪培拉今年晚些时候将部队撤回澳大利亚的时候,不要置伊拉克雇员于不顾。Defense Minister Joel Fitzgibbon has acknowledged that Iraqis may face danger because they work for the Australian forces in the south of the country. He says some have been targeted by insurgents.  澳大利亚国防部长乔尔.菲茨吉本承认,伊拉克人可能面临危险,因为他们在伊拉克南部为澳大利亚军队务。他们一些人曾经成为反叛份子袭击的目标。Fitzgibbon says all locally hired employees and their families will be eligible to settle in Australia. 菲茨吉本说,所有在当地征召的雇员和他们的家属都会合法在澳大利亚定居。"We expect up to 600 Iraqis will be involved in the process," he said. "Interpreters and translators there have played a very significant role in assisting us in terms of strategy and of course, protection. And we do feel that we have a moral obligation to them, to resettle them here in Australia." 他说:“我们估计最多会有600名伊拉克人符合手续,当地的翻译工作人员在协助我们取得战略成功上,当然还有防卫方面,都扮演了非常重要的角色。我们的确感到对他们有一种道义责任,让他们在澳大利亚定居。”The Iraqis who accept Australia's offer will be subject to strict health and security checks. 接受在澳大利亚定居的伊拉克人将受到严格的健康和安全检查。Australia has about 1,500 military personnel in and around Iraq. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised to bring home 550 combat troops by the middle of this year. 澳大利亚有大约1500名军人驻守在伊拉克境内和伊拉克周围。陆克文总理曾经保到今年中期撤回550名作战人员。The government in Canberra wants to avoid a repeat of the Vietnam War. After the war ended, thousands of Vietnamese working for the Australian and American forces were persecuted or killed by the victorious North Vietnamese government.  堪培拉政府希望避免重复越南战争的局面。越战结束后,成千上万曾经为澳大利亚和美国军队务的越南人受到取得胜利的北越政府的迫害,甚至被至于死地。Some human rights groups criticize the plan to grant visas to Iraqi translators and other employees. They say that that thousands of other refugees who have fled the war in Iraq also deserve to be offered sanctuary. 一些人权组织批评向伊拉克翻译和其他雇员发放移民签的计划。他们说,成千上万逃出伊拉克的难民也应该得到避难所。Australia resettles about 13,000 refugees each year through official humanitarian programs. Large numbers of Iraqis and displaced people from Afghanistan have been allowed to build new lives in Australia in the past several years.  澳大利亚通过官方的人道项目每年安置大约1万3千名难民。过去几年来,大批来自伊拉克和阿富汗的无家可归的难民被允许在澳大利亚开始新的生活。 200804/34141

UN Goes 'Green' on Trial Basis 联合国大楼八月室温将调高以减排 The ed Nations is going green. The secretary-general has announced a new initiative to help lower the U.N.'s greenhouse gas emissions and reduce pollution. Thermostats will rise during the month of August. 联合国总部将实行绿色环保。联合国秘书长宣布了一项新的倡议,以协助降低联合国的温室气体排放量和减少污染。联合国大厦在八月份的室温将会调高。Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has made curbing the effects of global climate change one of his top priorities. Now, he says, the world body must lead by example. 联合国秘书长潘基文把遏制全球气候变化作为他现在最优先考虑的事项之一。 他说,这个世界机构必须以身作则。Starting Friday, the U.N. will raise thermostats by three degrees Celsius to 25 degrees in most parts of the huge headquarters complex. Conference rooms will be slightly cooler. 从周五开始,联合国巨大的总部大楼内大部分办公室的温度将调高3摄氏度,到25摄氏度,会议厅的温度将稍低。The U.N. is currently undergoing a multi-year renovation of its 39 floors. Michael Adlerstein is the executive director of that project. He says the new climate change initiative, known as Cool UN!, will both help the environment and save money. 联合国目前正在为其39层大楼进行为期数年的翻修。迈克尔.阿德勒施泰因是这一项目的执行主任 。他说,被称为“清凉联合国”的新的气候变化倡议,将有利于环境并将节约资金。"The Cool UN! campaign will reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, save energy and even save some expenses here at headquarters," he said. "It is a practical action that will also raise the awareness of staff and of the U.N. missions in New York of climate change and our need to take action." “清凉联合国运动将减低我们的温室气体排放量,节约能源,甚至节省联合国总部的一些费用。这是一个切合实际的行动,能提高工作人员和在纽约的联合国使团在 气候变化和我们需要采取行动方面的认识。” During the August trial period, Adlerstein says he expects the U.N. will save about 0,000 on its air conditioning bill. The benefits will also include cutting large amounts of carbon dioxide that would have been released into the atmosphere.  阿德勒施泰因说,在8月份的试验期内,他预计联合国将可在空调费方面节约10万美元。其他方面的好处还包括减少大量的被排放到大气中的二氧化碳。August temperatures in New York City average around 28 degrees - cooling the enthusiasm of some U.N. staffers to the project. Edna says she thinks it is important to save energy, but says it is aly too hot in some offices. 纽约市八月的平均气温约28度,这使得一些联合国工作人员对这个项目缺乏热情。埃德娜说,她认为节省能源很重要,但是她说,很多办公室的温度太高了。"I think it's worth it to help the environment," she said. "But also, there are a lot of things you can do to help the environment - shades on the windows, be more careful turning off the computers, things like that to save energy. But we cannot concentrate with the heat inside the offices." 她说:“我认为帮助环境是值得的,但是同时你也可以做很多事情来帮助环境,例如给窗户加窗帘,不用电脑的时候小心地关掉电脑,这类事情都能够节省能源,不能只着眼于办公室的温度。”If the initiative is successful during August, the program will continue year round, with thermostats being lowered about three degrees throughout the complex during winter.  如果这项计划在八月期间能够成功,那么该计划将在全年实行,整个冬季联合国大厦的温度降低三度。Adlerstein says over the course of a year, the initiative could save million on energy costs in addition to cutting greenhouse gas emissions. 阿德勒施泰因说,这项计划一年期间可节省1百万美元的能源费用,除此之外,还能减少温室气体的排放。 The ed Nations is encouraging employees to relax their dress code to cope with rising thermostats. Even the secretary-general has said he will be wearing lighter clothes this summer. 联合国鼓励雇员放宽着装的标准,以应付比较高的温度。甚至联合国秘书长也说,他今年夏天将穿比较凉快的装。200807/45209

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