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即学即用英语会话词典E部分:乘坐交通工具进入《即学即用英语会话词典文本》下载页面即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200708/16389

At first, living in the van was great. I showered in campgrounds.一开始,住在车里是很不错的。我在露天洗澡,I ate out regularly. And I had time to relax and to grieve.正常的去外面吃东西。而且有时间去抒发情感。But then the anger and the depression about my fathers death set in.但是后来,因我父亲去世而带来的悲愤和痛沮开始加剧。My freelance job ended. And I had to get a full-time job to pay the bills.我自由作家的工作结束了。我就需要去找一件全职工作来付我的账单。What had been a really mild spring turned into a miserably hot summer.从一个非常温和的春天变到一个极其炎热的夏天会怎样呢。And it became impossible to park anywhere -- without being very obvious that I had a cat and a dog with me, and it was really hot.不管车停在哪都是难以忍受的--不用说也很明显我带着一只猫和一只,而且非常的热。The cat came and went through an open window in the van. The doggy went into doggy day care. And I sweated.猫从车窗来回的跑。跑到了护理中心。我则大汗淋漓。Whenever I could, I used employee showers in office buildings and truck stops.不管什么时候,只要可以,我就会去用在办公大楼和卡车车站里员工用的淋浴。Or I washed up in public rest rooms.或者在公共卫生间里洗洗。Nighttime temperatures in the van rarely dropped below 80 degrees Fahrenheit, making it difficult or impossible to sleep.在夜里车里的温度很少会降到华氏80度以下,这使我几乎无法入睡。Food rotted in the heat. Ice in my ice chest melted within hours, and it was pretty miserable.食物在高温下腐坏。冷藏柜里的冰几个小时就化完了,非常苦闷的时期。I couldnt afford to find an apartment, or couldnt afford an apartment that would allow me to have the Rottweiler and the cat.我没钱找公寓,或者找不到让我可以养和猫的地方。And I refused to give them up, so I stayed in the van.我不想把它们抛弃。所以我继续待在旅行车里。And when the heat made me too sick to walk the 50 feet to the public restroom outside my van at night,但炎热的天气使我饱受折磨以至于在夜里走50英尺到车外面的公共卫生间都懒的动。I used a bucket and a trash bag as a toilet.我用桶和垃圾袋当厕所。201706/515225

英语会话800句 20 /200608/9104

Hi, everybody. On Thursday, I traveled to Pittsburgh for the White House Frontiers Conference, where some of Americas leading minds came together to talk about how we can empower our people through science to lead our communities, our country, and our world into tomorrow. Plus, we had some fun. I had a chance to fly a space flight simulator where I docked a capsule on the International Space Station. I met a young man whod been paralyzed for more than a decade – but thanks to breakthrough brain implants, today, he can not only move a prosthetic arm, but actually feel with the fingers. Its awe-inspiring stuff. And it shows how investing in science and technology spurs our country towards new jobs and new industries; new discoveries that improve and save lives. Thats always been our countrys story, from a Founding Father with an idea to fly a kite in a thunderstorm, to the women who solved the equations to take us into space, to the engineers who brought us the Internet. Innovation is in our DNA. And today, we need it more than ever to solve the challenges we face. Only through science can we cure diseases, and save the only planet weve got, and ensure that America keeps its competitive advantages as the worlds most innovative economy. Thats why its so backward when some folks choose to stick their heads in the sand about basic scientific facts. Its not just that theyre saying that climate change is a hoax or trotting out a snowball on the Senate floor. Its that theyre also doing everything they can to gut funding for research and development, the kinds of investments that brought us breakthroughs like GPS, and MRIs, and put Siri on our smartphones. Thats not who we are. Remember, sixty years ago, when the Russians beat us into space, we didnt deny Sputnik was up there. We didnt haggle over the facts or shrink our Ramp;D budget. No, we built a space program almost overnight and beat them to the moon. And then we kept going, becoming the first country to take an up-close look at every planet in the solar system, too. Thats who we are.And thats why, in my first inaugural address, I vowed to return science to its rightful place. Its why in our first few months, we made the largest single investment in basic research in our history. And its why, over the last eight years, weve modernized the governments approach to innovation for the 21st Century. Weve jumpstarted a clean energy revolution and unleashed the potential of precision medicine. Weve partnered with the private sector and academia, and launched moonshots for cancer, brain research, and solar energy. Weve harnessed big data to foster social innovation and invested in STEM education and computer science so that every young person – no matter where they come from or what they look like – can reach their potential and help us win the future. Thats what this is about – making sure that America is the nation that leads the world into the next frontier. And thats why Ive been so committed to science and innovation – because Ill always believe that with the right investments, and the brilliance and ingenuity of the American people, theres nothing we cannot do. Thanks, everybody. And have a great weekend.201611/476554

简介: Don’t screw up again; this is your last chance.screw up 意为 do something incorrectly. 译文:不要再出错了,这是你最后一次机会了。 /200612/9784


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