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视频文本如下:Jazz is a type of music that started in the ed States. But what does it mean to jazz something up? Find out in this episode of English in a Minute! /201508/391191

Keep it real做人要厚道就是这么简单~ /201612/473988

Live up to your reputation 果然名不虚传live up to: 没有辜负,实现 /201706/512093

  I#39;m toast.我死定了,这句话常常用在考试结束之后。It means you have no chance; you#39;re done for; you#39;re finished. I don#39;t see how you could possibly be prepared for this debate. /201607/454873

  台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:More recently, social media has multiplied the possibilities for self-promotion, though it#39;s worth noting that there#39;s no clear evidence that social media causes narcissism. Rather, it provides narcissists a means to seek social status and attention.最近,社交媒体增加了自我鼓吹地可能性。值得注意的是,目前并无切确据显示社交媒体导致了自恋现象,应该说,它为自恋者提供了一种去寻求社会地位和关注的渠道。学习重点:1.multiply 相乘multiply (v.) 相乘multiple (adj.) 多样的2.possibility 可能性possibility (n.) 可能性possibly (adv.) 也许、可能probability (n.) 可能性probably (adv.) 大概、或许3.promotion 提升、晋级promotion (n.) 提升、晋级promote (v.) 晋升4.evidence 据evidence (n.) 据evident (adj.) 明显的proof (n.) 据、物5.narcissism 自恋narcissism (n.) 自恋narcissist (n.) 自恋的人6.status 状态status (n.) 状态statue (n.) 雕像、塑像 /201606/449274。

  Let's review our Joshua lessons with a song:Joshua led the people of Israel, Israel, Israel.Joshua led the people of Israel, now the story we will tell!Two spies were helped by Rahab, she hid them carefully, A red cord out her window did save her family.(repeat first two lines)Now you march around the city, one time for six days straight, On the 7th day, march 7 times, give a shout and celebrate!(repeat first two lines)Now don't make an agreement, with the people in this land, But the Gibeonites fooled Joshua, and their trickery would stand.(repeat first two lines)Yes, the Gibeonites had become an everyday sight in the camp at Gilgal, as they chopped wood and hauled water. Joshua and the people of Israel kept their promise to the Gibeonites, and all seemed to be going well. But Joshua chapter 10 begins ?Now it came to pass, when Adonizedec king of Jerusalem had heard how Joshua had taken Ai?and completely destroyed it, as he had done to Jericho, and how the people of Gibeon had made peace with Israel, they were greatly afraid, because Gibeon was a great city, as one of the royal cities, and because all the men in Gibeon were mighty. So Adonizedec king of Jerusalem gathered 4 other powerful kings and all their armies, and they ALL went to battle against Gibeon.What do you think the Gibeonites did when they saw this vast army gathering around their city?Joshua 10:6 says ?And the men of Gibeon sent to Joshua??" Come and help us, quick!" they cried to Joshua. The Gibeonites knew where to go for help! Never had they heard of a God so powerful to save and help as Israel's God. He is the same powerful God today, and He says in Isaiah 45:22, "Look unto Me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth:for I am God, and there is none else. The God of Israel is the God Who created all things, including you and me. He has all power and there is no problem too big for Him! Not even the biggest problem you and I have, and that is sin.You may think your bad grades in school, or your lack of money, or your lack of friends is your biggest problem. But none of those problems last forever. God says the problem of sin keeps us separated from Him and His wonderful heaven forever. Do you know where to go for help with your sin problem?The same place the Gibeonites went!Romans 5:8 says that God proved His love to us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. God's love made Him give up His dearest treasure, His perfect Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, to take our punishment for sin. Before you even knew Him, or cared to know Him, Christ had aly come to earth to take care of your sin problem! About 2000 years ago, He allowed Roman soldiers to nail His hands and feet to a rough wooden cross, where He died. The blood Jesus shed there, the suffering He endured, the death He died, were all a part of the payment for your sin and mine.But how wonderful to know He came alive the 3rd day! Now He is in Heaven, listening for those who cry out with all their hearts, "Help me, Lord Jesus. Save me from my sin!" The Gibeonites were also crying out, Help us, save us! They knew only the God of Joshua could help them.Of course, the Lord knew all about this desperate need, long before anyone else knew it. Listen as I Joshua 10:8 ?And the Lord said to Joshua, don't be afraid of them. I have delivered them into your hand; there shall not a man of them stand before you."With God on his side, Joshua and his army were a MAJORITY, even though they were facing a battle against 5 armies!Joshua quickly called his army together and they traveled all night to get to Gibeon as quickly as possible. As Joshua's army and the people of Gibeon began the fight against these 5 mighty armies, there was another invisible army there as well. The Bible says the Lord upset the 5 mighty armies of the Amorites. One way He upset them was that He cast down great hailstones from heaven upon them. The soldiers that died from these huge hailstones hitting them, were more than the army of Israel had killed!There was no doubt that God was giving Joshua the victory over his enemies. But one thing was troubling Joshua during that battle. As he glanced up at the sky, he realized the sun was about to set, and the moon was about to come up. He needed more time to finish that battle! With a great and godly boldness, Joshua suddenly did something that no one else on earth has ever done! Joshua 10:12-14 tells us, Then Joshua spoke to the Lord ?in the sight of all Israel, "Sun, stand still upon Mt. Gibeon; and you, Moon, in the valley of Ajalon." And the sun stood still, and moon stayed, until the people of Israel had gotten the victory over their enemies. So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and did notgo down about a whole day. And there was no day like that before it or after it?for the Lord fought for Israel. The Lord had been their Helper, in a miraculous way!Verse 15 says, "And Joshua returned, and all Israel with him, to the camp at Gilgal."The battle was over, and they had won! But I'm sure as that army returned home, they were not bragging on how well they themselves had fought! The army of Israel knew they had won because the LORD had fought for Israel! If you know the Lord Jesus as your Saviour from sin, the Lord fights for you too! There's a heavenly army of angels we never see, but they are working for us as believers. If God's army is for us, who can stand against us?Will you remember the Lord is your Helper this week?Ask Him for help with all your problems! Will you obey His commandments and live to please Him, so nothing will hinder the Lord form helping you when you call to Him?And don't forget the THANKS prayer afterwards!If you are not a child of God, will you go right now to "How to be a Child of God?" Article/200712/23377

  THE OLD HOUSEIn the street, up there, was an old, a very old house--it was almost threehundred years old, for that might be known by ing the great beam on whichthe date of the year was carved: together with tulips and hop-binds there werewhole verses spelled as in former times, and over every window was a distortedface cut out in the beam. The one story stood forward a great way over theother; and directly under the eaves was a leaden spout with a dragon's head;the rain-water should have run out of the mouth, but it ran out of the belly,for there was a hole in the spout.All the other houses in the street were so new and so neat, with large windowpanes and smooth walls, one could easily see that they would have nothing todo with the old house: they certainly thought, "How long is that old decayedthing to stand here as a spectacle in the street? And then the projectingwindows stand so far out, that no one can see from our windows what happens inthat direction! The steps are as broad as those of a palace, and as high as toa church tower. The iron railings look just like the door to an old familyvault, and then they have brass tops--that's so stupid!"On the other side of the street were also new and neat houses, and theythought just as the others did; but at the window opposite the old house theresat a little boy with fresh rosy cheeks and bright beaming eyes: he certainlyliked the old house best, and that both in sunshine and moonshine. And when helooked across at the wall where the mortar had fallen out, he could sit andfind out there the strangest figures imaginable; exactly as the street hadappeared before, with steps, projecting windows, and pointed gables; he couldsee soldiers with halberds, and spouts where the water ran, like dragons andserpents. That was a house to look at; and there lived an old man, who woreplush breeches; and he had a coat with large brass buttons, and a wig that onecould see was a real wig. Every morning there came an old fellow to him whoput his rooms in order, and went on errands; otherwise, the old man in theplush breeches was quite alone in the old house. Now and then he came to thewindow and looked out, and the little boy nodded to him, and the old mannodded again, and so they became acquaintances, and then they were friends,although they had never spoken to each other--but that made no difference. Thelittle boy heard his parents say, "The old man opposite is very well off, buthe is so very, very lonely!"The Sunday following, the little boy took something, and wrapped it up in apiece of paper, went downstairs, and stood in the doorway; and when the manwho went on errands came past, he said to him--"I say, master! will you give this to the old man over the way from me? I havetwo pewter soldiers--this is one of them, and he shall have it, for I know heis so very, very lonely."And the old errand man looked quite pleased, nodded, and took the pewtersoldier over to the old house. Afterwards there came a message; it was to askif the little boy himself had not a wish to come over and pay a visit; and sohe got permission of his parents, and then went over to the old house.And the brass balls on the iron railings shone much brighter than ever; onewould have thought they were polished on account of the visit; and it was asif the carved-out trumpeters--for there were trumpeters, who stood in tulips,carved out on the door--blew with all their might, their cheeks appeared somuch rounder than before. Yes, they blew--"Trateratra! The little boy comes!Trateratra!"--and then the door opened.The whole passage was hung with portraits of knights in armor, and ladies insilken gowns; and the armor rattled, and the silken gowns rustled! And thenthere was a flight of stairs which went a good way upwards, and a little waydownwards, and then one came on a balcony which was in a very dilapidatedstate, sure enough, with large holes and long crevices, but grass grew thereand leaves out of them altogether, for the whole balcony outside, the yard,and the walls, were overgrown with so much green stuff, that it looked like agarden; only a balcony. Here stood old flower-pots with faces and asses' ears,and the flowers grew just as they liked. One of the pots was quite overrun onall sides with pinks, that is to say, with the green part; shoot stood byshoot, and it said quite distinctly, "The air has cherished me, the sun haskissed me, and promised me a little flower on Sunday! a little flower onSunday!"And then they entered a chamber where the walls were covered with hog'sleather, and printed with gold flowers. "The gilding decays, But hog's leather stays!" said the walls.And there stood easy-chairs, with such high backs, and so carved out, and witharms on both sides. "Sit down! sit down!" said they. "Ugh! how I creak; now Ishall certainly get the gout, like the old clothespress, ugh!"And then the little boy came into the room where the projecting windows were,and where the old man sat."I thank you for the pewter soldier, my little friend!" said the old man. "AndI thank you because you come over to me.""Thankee! thankee!" or "cranky! cranky!" sounded from all the furniture; therewas so much of it, that each article stood in the other's way, to get a lookat the little boy.In the middle of the wall hung a picture representing a beautiful lady, soyoung, so glad, but dressed quite as in former times, with clothes that stoodquite stiff, and with powder in her hair; she neither said "thankee, thankee!"nor "cranky, cranky!" but looked with her mild eyes at the little boy, whodirectly asked the old man, "Where did you get her?""Yonder, at the broker's," said the old man, "where there are so many pictureshanging. No one knows or cares about them, for they are all of them buried;but I knew her in by-gone days, and now she has been dead and gone these fiftyyears!"Under the picture, in a glazed frame, there hung a bouquet of witheredflowers; they were almost fifty years old; they looked so very old!The pendulum of the great clock went to and fro, and the hands turned, andeverything in the room became still older; but they did not observe it."They say at home," said the little boy, "that you are so very, very lonely!""Oh!" said he. "The old thoughts, with what they may bring with them, come andvisit me, and now you also come! I am very well off!"Then he took a book with pictures in it down from the shelf; there werewhole long processions and pageants, with the strangest characters, which onenever sees now-a-days; soldiers like the knave of clubs, and citizens withwaving flags: the tailors had theirs, with a pair of shears held by twolions--and the shoemakers theirs, without boots, but with an eagle that hadtwo heads, for the shoemakers must have everything so that they can say, it isa pair! Yes, that was a picture book!The old man now went into the other room to fetch preserves, apples, andnuts--yes, it was delightful over there in the old house."I cannot bear it any longer!" said the pewter soldier, who sat on thedrawers. "It is so lonely and melancholy here! But when one has been in afamily circle one cannot accustom oneself to this life! I cannot bear it anylonger! The whole day is so long, and the evenings are still longer! Here itis not at all as it is over the way at your home, where your father andmother spoke so pleasantly, and where you and all your sweet children madesuch a delightful noise. Nay, how lonely the old man is--do you think that hegets kisses? Do you think he gets mild eyes, or a Christmas tree? He will getnothing but a grave! I can bear it no longer!""You must not let it grieve you so much," said the little boy. "I find it sovery delightful here, and then all the old thoughts, with what they may bringwith them, they come and visit here.""Yes, it's all very well, but I see nothing of them, and I don't know them!"said the pewter soldier. "I cannot bear it!""But you must!" said the little boy.Then in came the old man with the most pleased and happy face, the mostdelicious preserves, apples, and nuts, and so the little boy thought no moreabout the pewter soldier.The little boy returned home happy and pleased, and weeks and days passedaway, and nods were made to the old house, and from the old house, and thenthe little boy went over there again.The carved trumpeters blew, "Trateratra! There is the little boy! Trateratra!"and the swords and armor on the knights' portraits rattled, and the silk gownsrustled; the hog's leather spoke, and the old chairs had the gout in theirlegs and rheumatism in their backs: Ugh! it was exactly like the first time,for over there one day and hour was just like another."I cannot bear it!" said the pewter soldier. "I have shed pewter tears! It istoo melancholy! Rather let me go to the wars and lose arms and legs! It wouldat least be a change. I cannot bear it longer! Now, I know what it is to havea visit from one's old thoughts, with what they may bring with them! I havehad a visit from mine, and you may be sure it is no pleasant thing in the end;I was at last about to jump down from the drawers."I saw you all over there at home so distinctly, as if you really were here;it was again that Sunday morning; all you children stood before the table andsung your Psalms, as you do every morning. You stood devoutly with foldedhands; and father and mother were just as pious; and then the door was opened,and little sister Mary, who is not two years old yet, and who always danceswhen she hears music or singing, of whatever kind it may be, was put into theroom--though she ought not to have been there--and then she began to dance,but could not keep time, because the tones were so long; and then she stood,first on the one leg, and bent her head forwards, and then on the other leg,and bent her head forwards--but all would not do. You stood very seriously alltogether, although it was difficult enough; but I laughed to myself, and thenI fell off the table, and got a bump, which I have still--for it was notright of me to laugh. But the whole now passes before me again in thought, andeverything that I have lived to see; and these are the old thoughts, with whatthey may bring with them."Tell me if you still sing on Sundays? Tell me something about little Mary!And how my comrade, the other pewter soldier, lives! Yes, he is happy enough,that's sure! I cannot bear it any longer!""You are given away as a present!" said the little boy. "You must remain. Canyou not understand that?"The old man now came with a drawer, in which there was much to be seen, both"tin boxes" and "balsam boxes," old cards, so large and so gilded, such as onenever sees them now. And several drawers were opened, and the piano wasopened; it had landscapes on the inside of the lid, and it was so hoarse whenthe old man played on it! and then he hummed a song."Yes, she could sing that!" said he, and nodded to the portrait, which hehad bought at the broker's, and the old man's eyes shone so bright!"I will go to the wars! I will go to the wars!" shouted the pewter soldier asloud as he could, and threw himself off the drawers right down on the floor.What became of him? The old man sought, and the little boy sought; he wasaway, and he stayed away."I shall find him!" said the old man; but he never found him. The floor wastoo open--the pewter soldier had fallen through a crevice, and there he lay asin an open tomb.That day passed, and the little boy went home, and that week passed, andseveral weeks too. The windows were quite frozen, the little boy was obligedto sit and breathe on them to get a peep-hole over to the old house, and therethe snow had been blown into all the carved work and inscriptions; it layquite up over the steps, just as if there was no one at home--nor was thereany one at home--the old man was dead!In the evening there was a hearse seen before the door, and he was borne intoit in his coffin: he was now to go out into the country, to lie in his grave.He was driven out there, but no one followed; all his friends were dead, andthe little boy kissed his hand to the coffin as it was driven away.Some days afterwards there was an auction at the old house, and the little boysaw from his window how they carried the old knights and the old ladies away,the flower-pots with the long ears, the old chairs, and the oldclothes-presses. Something came here, and something came there; the portraitof her who had been found at the broker's came to the broker's again; andthere it hung, for no one knew her more--no one cared about the old picture.In the spring they pulled the house down, for, as people said, it was a ruin.One could see from the street right into the room with the hog's-leatherhanging, which was slashed and torn; and the green grass and leaves about thebalcony hung quite wild about the falling beams. And then it was put torights."That was a relief," said the neighboring houses.A fine house was built there, with large windows, and smooth white walls; butbefore it, where the old house had in fact stood, was a little garden laidout, and a wild grapevine ran up the wall of the neighboring house. Before thegarden there was a large iron railing with an iron door, it looked quitesplendid, and people stood still and peeped in, and the sparrows hung byscores in the vine, and chattered away at each other as well as they could,but it was not about the old house, for they could not remember it, so manyyears had passed--so many that the little boy had grown up to a whole man,yes, a clever man, and a pleasure to his parents; and he had just beenmarried, and, together with his little wife, had come to live in the househere, where the garden was; and he stood by her there whilst she planted afield-flower that she found so pretty; she planted it with her little hand,and pressed the earth around it with her fingers. Oh! what was that? She hadstuck herself. There sat something pointed, straight out of the soft mould.It was--yes, guess! It was the pewter soldier, he that was lost up at the oldman's, and had tumbled and turned about amongst the timber and the rubbish,and had at last laid for many years in the ground.The young wife wiped the dirt off the soldier, first with a green leaf, andthen with her fine handkerchief--it had such a delightful smell, that it wasto the pewter soldier just as if he had awaked from a trance."Let me see him," said the young man. He laughed, and then shook his head."Nay, it cannot be he; but he reminds me of a story about a pewter soldierwhich I had when I was a little boy!" And then he told his wife about the oldhouse, and the old man, and about the pewter soldier that he sent over to himbecause he was so very, very lonely; and he told it as correctly as it hadreally been, so that the tears came into the eyes of his young wife, onaccount of the old house and the old man."It may possibly be, however, that it is the same pewter soldier!" said she."I will take care of it, and remember all that you have told me; but you mustshow me the old man's grave!""But I do not know it," said he, "and no one knows it! All his friends weredead, no one took care of it, and I was then a little boy!""How very, very lonely he must have been!" said she."Very, very lonely!" said the pewter soldier. "But it is delightful not to beforgotten!""Delightful!" shouted something close by; but no one, except the pewtersoldier, saw that it was a piece of the hog's-leather hangings; it had lostall its gilding, it looked like a piece of wet clay, but it had an opinion,and it gave it: "The gilding decays, But hog's leather stays!"This the pewter soldier did not believe. Article/200710/18308英国航空评级机构Skytrax发布了2015年世界前百位的主要机场排名,对世界各大城市的主要机场划分了先后。28日,商业数据公司Priceconomics利用Skytrax的数据,通过对总排名、等待时间、清洁度和购物体验对各大机场进行了细分排名,试图得出“全世界最烂”的机场有哪些。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道The Skytrax annual rankings have published its latest annual World Airport Awards. Singapore#39;s Changi International Airport took the crown as the world#39;s best airport, and Beijing stood 10th overall.评级机构Skytrax公布了最新的年度世界机场排行榜。新加坡樟宜机场摘得世界最佳机场的桂冠,北京首都机场排名第十。【讲解】World Airport Awards是世界机场排行榜。这是新加坡樟宜机场(Changi International Airport)第三次获得Skytrax评选的世界最佳机场,Skytrax是伦敦航空评级机构(rating agency)。新加坡樟宜机场每周共有80多家国际航空公司(international airlines)来往,提供超过5000个航班,连接全世界200多个目的地(destinations)。北京首都国际机场(Beijing Capital International Airport)是全世界第二繁忙的机场(the second-busiest airport in the world),去年曾位列榜单第七,今年排名第十。排名前十的机场被亚洲和欧洲平均瓜分(divided equally),没有一个北美机场进入前十,排名最好的北美机场是排在第11位的温哥华国际机场(Vancouver International Airport)。世界机场排行榜是自1999年开始举办。2015世界机场排行榜依据全球航空乘客填写的1300万份调查问卷(survey questionnaires)得出。调查涵盖了全球550个机场,通过乘客对办理登机手续(check-in)、抵达、转机(transfers)、购物、安全等体验进行排名。 /201509/396663今天学习的是宝宝的妙语。1. My dad has told me that when I was really young, he told me once ;I don’t ever want to see you do that again.; and I responded with ;okay, close your eyes.;我爸爸告诉我,当我还很小的时候,他曾经对我说:“我再也不想看到你那样做了。”然后我说“那好吧,闭上眼睛。”2. When I was pregnant, my friend’s 3-year-old asked me why I ;ate my baby;. 当我怀的时候,我朋友的3岁的孩子问我为什么“吃了我的孩子.”3. When my child came home from school on the bus, I paused work conference call I was on to ask her how her day was. She responded, ; Shh go back to work. I have a list of things I want you to buy me with the money you#39;re making.; She is five.当我的孩子从校车上回家,我暂停了工作会议,我在问她这天过的怎么样。她回答说:“嘘...回去工作吧。我有一张清单,我想让你用你赚的钱给我买东西。”她五岁。想知道卡卡老师的发音秘诀?关注微信公众号 卡卡课堂 /201706/512035

  

  今日短语:wiped out精疲力竭的例句:I played basketball for three hours. I feel so wiped out.我打了三个小时的篮球。我觉得累毙了。 /201612/476309

  pround as a peacock 得意洋洋【讲解】peacock的本义是“孔雀”,做动词时有“炫耀”的意思。在该习语中,作为名同的pea-cock取了动词的含义。proud as a peacock 的字面意思“如孔崔般骄傲”,实际指“得意洋洋,神气活现”。【对话】A:John is always pround as a peacock recently.A:约翰最近总是神气活现的。B:He won the top scholarship this term.B:这学期他得了头等奖学金。A:No wonder.A:怪不得。 /201506/381560。

  《老外看东西》脱口秀 第67期:当经典动漫遭遇岛国软眼看房价蹭蹭蹭上涨,在帝都租房子更是亚历山大... 本期司徒艾力和大家一起聊聊租房那些事儿~ 土豪司徒新房首次大公开!! 皂片搬运工艾力为大家带来养眼福利~ /201606/446863

  114. Where did you get it?第114单元 你从哪儿弄来的?A: That#39;s a cool jacket. Where did you get it?甲:这件夹克好酷,你从哪儿弄来的?B: I bought it when I was on vacation in Nepal.乙:这是我在尼泊尔度假时买的。类似用语Where did you buy it?你在哪儿买的?百宝箱上列对话中,词组“be on vacation in+地方”(美式英语)与“be on holiday in+地方”(英式美语)意思相同,均表示“在某地方度假”,但“be on leave;则表示“休假,请假”。I#39;ll be on vacation in Hong Kong tomorrow.(明天我将去香港度假。)Mary is on sick leave now.(玛丽目前正请病假中。) /201508/391601

  台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:There#39;s more than one way to scale this peak. There are two bridges and pathways winding to the top as well as a hidden waterslide that tunnels 60 feet through the mountain to the pool below.有不止一种方式可以爬到顶端。有两座桥和通道蜿蜒到山顶,山里还有一条60英呎长的隐藏滑水道,一路通到水池。 /201507/388189

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