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American Journalists Murdered On Live TV美国记者直播时遭杀Two young American journalists were shot and killed by a disgruntled ex-employee on live TV on August 5. The cameraman, Adam Ward (7) and reporter Alison Parker () from WDBJ7 news in Virginia, were killed while doing a live report. TV viewers and employees from the local news station watched the massacre live. The killer, Vester Flanagan, who had been fired from the news station in , shot himself after state troopers found him and drove him off the road. Many people learned about the massacre on Twitter and Facebook, where the killer shared chilling updates and footage bee taking his own life.8月5日,两名年轻的美国记者在电视直播时遭到前雇员的杀7岁的摄影师亚当·沃德和岁的记者艾莉森·帕克来自WDBJ新闻电台,他们在弗吉尼亚做现场报道时遭到杀当地新闻电视台的电视员和雇员亲眼目睹了这一杀事件手弗拉纳根于年遭到解雇,事发后警方找到了他,并将其驱逐出了公路,之后开自尽人们在推特和脸书上了解到了这一杀事件,在自杀之前,弗拉纳根上传了案视频译文属原创,,不得转载 397

Though she was discovered on Britain's Got Talent, Susan Boyle is reportedly launching a professional music career here in the US. According to London's Daily Mirror, Susan Boyle would not only release her first album in the ed States, but she will perm a series of concerts American audiences. N's Keith Miller has the story.She's had a makeover, hired a manager, and discovered that a little confidence can go a long way. And that is her collision with fame. Susan Boyle told Today Show's Meredith Vieira that she is finally having a wonderful time."It's just being unbelievable! It is just indescribable. It is a bit like, um, being plucked from obscurity. You don't know how what is gonna happen. You don't know how it is gonna end. I don't want it to end. It's just incredible."Cool, calm and collected, that's how Susan Boyle appears as she launches her career. She didn't feel that way in the final week of Britain's Got Talent. Sudden celebrity overwhelmed her."I think she has a unique opporty now,to become a genuine superstar, but her music, not just because of her background over Rocky Balboa story element, or any of those things, actually her voice."She is spending a lot of her time in London, cutting her debut album, and polishing up her live act her upcoming tour. Boyle has support now. Lawyers will ensure that she is not taken a ride. And a doctor travels with her to help ease her into her new life as a celebrity."The impact was like a demolition ball. You know and anyone who has that kind of impact they would find it hard to get a head around it."But the successful singing career can be judged with a doctor order. Boyle's hired a financial wizard to help guide the super group U to fame and tune, to manage her career. And judging by the power of her voice, she stands to make millions of dollars in record sales and concert tours. today, Keith Miller, N news, London.词汇Makeover: if you give someone a makeover, you make them look more attractive by giving them new clothes, a new hair style etc (外观的)改进,改善,修饰Go a long way (towards doing sth): 对做某事帮助很大,作用很大The new law goes a long way towards solving the problem.新的法律十分有助于解决这一问题.Collected: 镇静,冷静,泰然She always stays cool, calm and collected in a crisis.她在危机关头总是很冷静镇定,处之泰然.Take sb a ride: to cheat or trick sb 欺骗,愚弄It's not a pleasant feeling to discover you've been taken a ride by someone you trusted.发现被你信任的人骗了,心里很不是滋味.Stand to do sth: to be in a situation where you are likely to do sth 很可能做某事You stand to make a lot from this deal.你可能会从这笔生意中大赚一笔. 877

  

  一对夫妇出去吃饭庆祝他们的五十周年结婚纪念在回家的路上,她注意到他的眼里含着泪水,于是问他是否在感伤他们庆祝五十年在一起的美好时光他回答说:“不,我在想我们结婚前的时光你的爸爸用威胁我,说如果我不娶你,他会把我送进监狱蹲五十年” 7。

  Louis Armstrong路易斯·阿姆斯特朗Like most of the great innovators in jazz, Louis Armstrong is a small man. But the extent of his influence across jazz, across American history and around the world has continuing stature. His life was the embodiment of one who moves from rags to riches, from anonymity to internationally imitated innovator. Louis Daniel Armstrong supplied revolutionary language that took on such pervasiveness that it became commonplace, like the light bulb, the airplane, the telephone.像爵士界大多数创新者一样,路易斯·阿姆斯特朗是个小个子但是他给爵士乐、美国历史和全世界留下的影响却是持久的他的生涯是一个人从贫穷到富有,从默默无闻到成为全球效仿的创新者的具体体现路易斯·丹尼尔·阿姆斯特朗发明了革命性的语言,且广 为传播,家喻户晓,如同人们生活中的灯泡、飞机和电话Armstrong was born in New Orleans on Aug. , 1901. He grew up at the bottom, trying to bring something home to eat, sometimes searching garbage cans food that might still be suitable supper. The spirit of Armstrong world, however, was not dominated by the deprivation of poverty and the dangers of wild living. As a child, he was either dancing pennies or singing his supper with a strolling quartet of other kids who wandered New Orleans freshening up the subtropical evening with some sweetly harmonized notes. But he had his dreams.阿姆斯特朗1901年8月日出生于新奥尔良他是在社会底层长大的,曾尽力往家里带些可吃的东西,有时在垃圾里搜寻可用作晚餐的食品罐头然而,阿姆斯特朗的精神世界却没有被穷困而危难的生活所笼罩在孩童时期,他就通过跳舞挣微薄收入,或者与在新奥尔良四处卖唱的四人孩童演唱组一起演唱,以求得一顿晚餐;演唱小组乐调甜蜜和谐,为炎热的夜晚带来了清新然而他有自己的梦想In 19, he got first cornet and was soon known around New Orleans as midable. The places he played and the people he knew were sweet and innocent at one end of the spectrum and rough at the other. Out of those experiences, everything from pomp to humor to grief to majesty to the profoundly gruesome and monumentally spiritual worked its way into his tone. He became a beacon of American feeling.19年,他担任首席短号手,很快就享誉新奥尔良,被人们认为无人可比他演奏过的地方和他认识的人都有两种特性,一方面是可爱无邪的,另一方面则是粗蛮的由于具有这些经历,他的乐声五光十色,应有尽有:华丽、幽默、悲伤、雄伟,以及极度的可憎和永恒的圣洁他因而成为美国情感的灯塔In 19 he went to Chicago and joined his mentor Joe Oliver, and the revolution took place in full m. His improvisations set the city on its head. The stiff rhythms of the time were slashed away by his combination of the percussive and the soaring. His combination of virtuosity, strength and passion was unprecedented. No one in Western music has ever set the innovative pace on an instrument, then stood up to sing and converted the vocalists.19年,他来到芝加哥,师从乔·奥利弗于是一场音乐界的革命全面展开了他的即兴演奏令整个城市疯狂当时的沉闷节奏被一扫而光,取而代之的是他的打击乐器和引吭高歌的结合他的技巧、力量和热情前所未有西方音乐中还没有人在一件乐器上做出这样的创新,然后站起来演唱,从而改变了一代的歌唱家Armstrong traveled the world constantly. In 193 he visited Europe and played King of England. In 1956 he was hailed by crowds during African tour. In 196 his recording of Hello, Dolly, hit No. 1. Armstrong died on July 6, 1971 in New York City. But he will always remain as one of the greatest artists who make the world a happy place.阿姆斯特朗经常到世界各地演出193年他访问了欧洲,并为英王演出1956年在非洲的巡回演出中,他受到听众的欢呼196年他的唱片《你好,多利跃居排行榜第一阿姆斯特朗1971年7月6日在纽约城去世然而他将永远是使世界成为一片乐土的最伟大的艺术家之一 65

  Giant spider roams Liverpool 蜘蛛 A nearly 50-foot tall mechanical spider is seen creeping around Liverpool City Square. ITN's Charlotte Fisher reports. It’s 50-foot tall and it can move upto miles an hour. This giant spider must be many people’s worst nightmare. And it is on the leave to Liverpool the next three days. A princesses build the largest pieces of street theater at the stage in the UK.She has been created by a French company and apparently costs 1.8 million to bring to Liverpool. Part of the city’s capital of culture celebrations, she is made of steel and wood and operated by engineers strut to the frame. Between them, they operate her eyes, legs, and abdomen. The creature favors by to have 50 axises of movements, serve his 8 legs move as realistically as possible but not pretend to let in a princess room in the streets. The creators will also be carrying out a third of experiment in the creature, water, fire and artificial snow. Apparently the spider has aly claimed one victim, a motor to crash the car despite understandably destracted them. Charlotte Fisher, ITN news. 8A market of multitudesHow the Web creates more choices everyone人人有份的市场网络是如何为人人创造更多的机会的?关键词multitude 多数majoritymultimultinational 多国的multicolor 多色multicultural 多文化的polypolyatomic 多原子的polysyllable 多音节词uniunicellular 单细胞的unidirectional 单向的Two weeks agoI ordered a now-obscure 0-year-old moviefrom Amazon.com. Tomorrow, from another Web site,I'll order damper blades to replace the rusted seton my Weber grill.Both those odd little transactions belong towhat Chris Anderson calls "The Long Tail."讲解语言点replace 代替withbyWe have replaced the candles with electric lights.take the place of in place ofNowadays plastics have taken the placeof many conventional materials.Music CDs offer perhaps the easiest wayto understand this appendage.A traditional brick-and-mortar record storehas space only a fraction of the thousandsof CDs in existence.But an online digital jukebox like Rhapsodycan store thousands upon thousands of songs(1.5 million at last count, according to Anderson).Because they exist as digital files,they cost practically nothing to warehouse,and because consumers download them over the Internetthey cost practically nothing to ship.讲解语言点warehouse 仓库warepottery ware 陶器earthenware 土器silverware 银器hardware 硬件software 软件Most of those songs are obscure titlesthat will sell only occasionally.But, Anderson points out,all those "onesies and twosies" add up to real money.On a demand curve they make up "the long tail,"and Anderson contendsthat the explosive growth in long-tail retailing,made possible by the Internet,is changing the face of American business.讲解语言点add up toadd upAdd up 3, and 5 and you'll get .make up 构成One hundred years make up a century.A century is made up of one hundred years.make up 和好Let's make up!make up 化妆You look so beautiful after making up.Anderson introduced the term in an October in Wired magazine,where he is editor in chief.The garnered considerable attention- he says it became the most-cited piecethe magazine had ever run.In this lively, ily digestible little bookhe expands on its themes.Even those who don't share his giddinessover all things digitalneed to understand the phenomenon he describes.讲解Long-tail retailing works most obviously in entertainmentand media businesses.Amazon.com and Netflix,the online movie rental company,merit extended discussion.Anderson notes that "a quarter of Amazon's book salescome from outside its top 0,000 titles."Those are books that almost certainly never appearon bookstore shelves.讲解语言点merit 优点,益处Convenience store has the merit of being open late.meritdeserve 值得,应得His work merits a prize.But you see the long tail at work in other industries.Take KitchenAid mixers.A store might stock KitchenAids in three colors- black, white and something else.But go online and you can choose from pistachio,cranberry, sienna, some 50 colors.KitchenAid may not make a ton of money selling,say, tangerine-colored mixers, but it doesn't need to.It makes a little money selling a lot of different colors.This explains Anderson's subtitle, "Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More."讲解语言点saylet's talk about any writer, say, Dickens. instance example take sth. exampleWear something simple; example, a skirt and blouse.Two weeks agoI ordered a now-obscure 0-year-old moviefrom Amazon.com. Tomorrow, from another Web site,I'll order damper blades to replace the rusted seton my Weber grill.Both those odd little transactions belong towhat Chris Anderson calls "The Long Tail."Music CDs offer perhaps the easiest wayto understand this appendage.A traditional brick-and-mortar record storehas space only a fraction of the thousandsof CDs in existence.But an online digital jukebox like Rhapsodycan store thousands upon thousands of songs(1.5 million at last count, according to Anderson).Because they exist as digital files,they cost practically nothing to warehouse,and because consumers download them over the Internetthey cost practically nothing to ship.Most of those songs are obscure titlesthat will sell only occasionally.But, Anderson points out,all those "onesies and twosies" add up to real money.On a demand curve they make up "the long tail,"and Anderson contendsthat the explosive growth in long-tail retailing,made possible by the Internet,is changing the face of American business.Anderson introduced the term in an October in Wired magazine,where he is editor in chief.The garnered considerable attention- he says it became the most-cited piecethe magazine had ever run.In this lively, ily digestible little bookhe expands on its themes.Even those who don't share his giddinessover all things digitalneed to understand the phenomenon he describes.Long-tail retailing works most obviously in entertainmentand media businesses.Amazon.com and Netflix,the online movie rental company,merit extended discussion.Anderson notes that "a quarter of Amazon's book salescome from outside its top 0,000 titles."Those are books that almost certainly never appearon bookstore shelves.But you see the long tail at work in other industries.Take KitchenAid mixers.A store might stock KitchenAids in three colors- black, white and something else.But go online and you can choose from pistachio,cranberry, sienna, some 50 colors.KitchenAid may not make a ton of money selling,say, tangerine-colored mixers, but it doesn't need to.It makes a little money selling a lot of different colors.This explains Anderson's subtitle. 350

  要想真正的画好眼部妆容,涂眼线是必不可少的,不管您用的是黑色、棕色、卡其色、深紫色还是海蓝色正确使用眼线笔或眼线液的方法是轻轻地把眼角向外延伸,形成一条直线,然后由内眼角向外眼角小心地沿着睫毛边缘画一条线[00:.55]Listen and Share[00:.8]Eyeliner [00:19.8]眼线笔(眼线液)[00:.18]To really define your eyes, [00:6.56]apply a thin line of eyeliner in black or brown, khaki, plum or navy. [00:.6]To properly apply the eyeliner pencil or liquid liner, [00:38.7]gently pull the corner of your eye outward, [00:.]ming a straight line along your lashes. [00:5.90]Starting at the inside corner and working toward the outside, [00:50.6]delicately trace a line with the pencil angled toward your lashes. [00:56.96]Be careful how much eyeliner you apply, [01:00.39]as a little really does go a long way. [01:.59] a subtle definition, [01:.6]stick with a lighter application.[01:.5] a dramatic look, [01:.6]thicker and darker is very acceptable. [01:19.]要想真正的画好眼部妆容,[01:.86]涂眼线是必不可少的,[01:.83]不管您用的是黑色、棕色、卡其色、深紫色还是海蓝色[01:7.88]正确使用眼线笔或眼线液的方法是轻轻地把眼角向外延伸,[01:3.63]形成一条直线,[01:.]然后由内眼角向外眼角小心地沿着睫毛边缘画一条线[01:38.60]要注意眼线的浓度,[01:39.97]要想画出自然、若隐若现的感觉,[01:.3]轻轻地画一条线即可[01:.1]除非是舞台装,[01:5.68]可以画得浓重一些[01:50.9]逐句对照[01:53.36]To really define your eyes, [01:55.59]apply a thin line of eyeliner in black or brown, khaki, plum or navy. [:.97]要想真正的画好眼部妆容,[:.]涂眼线是必不可少的,[:.77]不管您用的是黑色、棕色、卡其色、深紫色还是海蓝色[:.99]To properly apply the eyeliner pencil or liquid liner, [:18.]gently pull the corner of your eye outward, [:1.6]ming a straight line along your lashes. [:6.58]正确使用眼线笔或眼线液的方法是轻轻地把眼角向外延伸,[:31.]形成一条直线,[:35.]Starting at the inside corner and working toward the outside, [:39.73]delicately trace a line with the pencil angled toward your lashes. [:7.]然后由内眼角向外眼角小心地沿着睫毛边缘画一条线[:5.7]Be careful how much eyeliner you apply, [:56.]要注意眼线的浓度,[:57.88]as a little really does go a long way. [:01.6] a subtle definition, [:.53]stick with a lighter application. [:.77]要想画出自然、若隐若现的感觉,[:.]轻轻地画一条线即可[:.57] a dramatic look, [:.9]thicker and darker is very acceptable. [:.89]除非是舞台装,[:18.]可以画得浓重一些[:6.99]及时讲解[:9.77]Khaki:卡其布,卡其色[:3.]Outward:向外,外面的[:.]"-ward"这个后缀表示方向性[:37.00]Out是外面,outward就是向外[:0.]类似的词还有[:1.6]inward,ward,backward等[:.]例如,The door opens outward. [:6.50]门向外开[:7.7]an inward curv向内弯的曲线[:50.55]Lash:眼睫毛[:5.1]使用时要注意的是在表示"睫毛"的时候,[:55.]基本都是以复数形式"lashes"[:58.18]Dramatic:戏剧性的[:00.]既可以表示像戏剧中的一样,[:.]例如,give dramatic permances [:.5]演出戏剧;[:.67]还可以表示过程像戏剧一样跌宕起伏,精,令人难忘[:.]例如,The meeting between the mother and her son was dramatic indeed.[:.76]这母子之间相会的情景真令人感动[:.69]dramatic changes in the international situation [:.83]国际形势的戏剧性变化[:36.50]知行英语提醒您学英语要锲而不舍 99Voice : JR and Marco then took pictures of Palestinians and Israelis who have the same job. In many of the pictures, people are making funny faces. Then, JR and Marco put these pictures on show, side by side, in public places. They did this on both sides of the border. The pictures were very, very large! So people from every commy could see them.声音:JR和马尔科给从事相同工作的巴勒斯坦人和以色列人拍摄了照片大部分照片中的人都在扮鬼脸随后,JR和马尔科将这些照片放在公共场所展出他们在隔离墙两侧都进行了展览这些照片非常非常大!所以每个社区的人都能看到Voice 1: Our Spotlight programme Face to Face spoke about this project. Avelin Razilov wrote to us from Canada. She gave us her opinion about Face to Face. And she told about her experience of living in Israel. She wrote:声音1:我们重点报道节目以这个项目为主题制作了《面对面这期节目阿沃兰·拉兹洛夫从加拿大给我们来信她在信中发表了她对《面对面这期节目的看法她还讲述了她在以色列生活的经历她写道:Voice 3: ;I liked this programme very much. I agree that all these people look the same. Maybe we like the same food. But we do not speak the same language. We are always different. When you live in Israel you understand more than when you live outside.;声音3:“我非常喜欢这期节目我同意这些人看起来一样这个观点也许我们喜欢的食物一样但是我们说的语言却不同我们一直都很不同如果你在以色列生活,你会比生活在其他地方的人更能理解这点”译文属 591

  

  The kite runner 追风筝的人As time marched on,Amir lost his father to cancerand was summoned to Pakistanto meet with an old family friend.This turns out to be a life renewing event.Amir searches news of his friend, Hassan.The search takes him back to Afghanistan,to an orphanage, a meeting with a member of the Taliban,a search his lost city and cultureand a prize he will cherish, the truth and the life he regains.讲解As time marched on,Amir lost his father to cancerand was summoned to Pakistanto meet with an old family friend.This turns out to be a life renewing event.Amir searches news of his friend, Hassan.The search takes him back to Afghanistan, to an orphanage,a meeting with a member of the Taliban,a search his lost city and cultureand a prize he will cherish, the truth and the life he regains.多学一点turn out 结果是,明是turn out to beThe newcomer turned out to be the best one on the team.prove to beThe party proved to be very successful.turn outturn out the radioThe factory have turned out more products.This is a gritty book,the beauty and violence of this country, Afghanistan,comes to life.The customs and food and smells of the city;the desolation of life and the loss of the countryto madmen who are running itwith only their imagined vulgar needsand wealth in mind that destroys a culture so varied and rich.讲解This is a gritty book,the beauty and violence of this country, Afghanistan,comes to life.The customs and food and smells of the city;the desolation of lifeand the loss of the country to madmenwho are running itwith only their imagined vulgar needsand wealth in mindthat destroys a culture so varied and rich.多学一点come to life 苏醒过来,活过来He finally came to life after days' of illness.come topass out 昏过去We can imagine we are there,and we can share in the sights, the smells,the utter disregard human life.But we can never know what these people have lost.A book, I will cherish, so will you.讲解We can imagine we are there,and we can share in the sights, the smells,the utter disregard human life.But we can never know what these people have lost.A book, I will cherish, so will you.多学一点soI will cherish, so will you.I like pop music, so does my younger brother.soneither norMy sister didn't watch TV last night.Neithernor did I.As time marched on,Amir lost his father to cancerand was summoned to Pakistanto meet with an old family friend.This turns out to be a life renewing event.Amir searches news of his friend, Hassan.The search takes him back to Afghanistan,to an orphanage, a meeting with a member of the Taliban,a search his lost city and cultureand a prize he will cherish, the truth and the life he regains.This is a gritty book,the beauty and violence of this country, Afghanistan,comes to life.The customs and food and smells of the city;the desolation of life and the loss of the countryto madmen who are running itwith only their imagined vulgar needsand wealth in mind that destroys a culture so varied and rich.We can imagine we are there,and we can share in the sights, the smells,the utter disregard human life.But we can never know what these people have lost.A book, I will cherish, so will you.上海人民出版社年5月1版页数:36 80。

  

  Part . Hand Washing.Keywords. sp of viruses, public restrooms, infectious diseases, the correct method.Vocabulary. organism, cholera, hepatitis, infection.A. Bee you listen to the material, discuss the following questions.1. Do you often wash your hands? When?. Do you think hand washing is a serious issue? Why or Why not?3. How do you wash your hands?B. Now listen to the report, focus on the major points, supply the missing inmation.Health experts say washing your hands reduces the sp of viruses and other organisms that cause disease.This advice may sound simple.However, experts say a lot of people do not follow it.A recent study found that many Americans fail to wash their hands after using public toilets.More than 95% of Americans questioned said they always wash their hands after using public restrooms.However, the study found that only 67% of them actually do so.The study also found that American men are less likely than women to wash their hands after using a public restroom.The American society microbiology announce the findings.Judy Daly works the group.She admits that hand washing may seem an unusual subject to study.But she says hand washing is a very serious issue.Experts say hand washing is the simplest and most effective way to reduce the sp of infectious diseases.Infections can sp by touching surfaces that have harmful organisms on them.Shaking hands with another person also can sp infection.Harmful bacteria may enter your body if you touch your mouth, nose or eyes.Among the most common infections sp by hand are colds, influenza and throat and ear infections.In addition, millions of food poisoning cases each year are blamed on people who prepare food who do not wash their hands.More serious diseases like cholera and hepatitis are sp this way, too.Many patients in hospitals also get infections. Some die from them.The sp of infections often is blamed on health workers who do not wash their hands after treating patients.The American society of microbiology has launched a public inmation campaign to get more people to wash their hands.Experts say following the correct method is important.You should wash your hands with soap and hot water at least seconds. 353618

  A Thief on the Sidewalk犯罪嫌疑人She looked at the man walking along the sidewalk next to the nice houses. He didn’t live in any of those houses. She had seen this man several times bee. He looked like a criminal. She knew not to judge a book by its cover, but this man was no good. She drove by him. He looked at her car as she drove by. She continued driving. She watched him in her rear view mirror. She got to the corner and stopped. She continued to watch him walking in her direction. Suddenly, he turned left up a driveway. A red SUV was parked in the driveway right next to the sidewalk. She saw him walk up to the driver’s door. He returned to the sidewalk and continued walking in her direction. What was that all about, she wondered. Then she realized that he had tested the door to see if it was locked. He is a criminal, she thought. That’s what he does. He just walks through our neighborhoods looking cars to break into. She called the police. She described him. The officer said he knew who the man was. Residents called two or three times a week to report him walking by. But the police couldn’t arrest him walking around. They had to catch him with stolen goods. “But he was testing that SUV door to see if it was unlocked,” she said. “I’m sorry,” said the officer. “That’s not against the law. If you see him actually steal something, give us a call.”她看见一男子在高档公寓旁的人行道上行走他并不住在这里她此前曾见过他几次他看起来像罪犯她知道不要以貌取人,但他看起来不像好人她经他身旁开车路过他看着她开着汽车驶过她继续驾驶汽车她在后视镜上看着他她在拐角处停了下来她看见他冲自己走了过来突然他左转上了车道一辆红色SUV在靠近人行道的车道停了下来她看见他走向了驾驶门他回到人行道,继续冲她走来她对此百思不得其解她意识到要检查车门是否上锁她认为他是名罪犯这就是他的意图在小区附近溜达伺机偷取汽车她报了警她向警方描述了该男子警察说他知道该男子是谁警方每周会接到小区居民两三次报警,都说他在小区溜达但警察不能以溜达为名抓人他们需要人赃俱获她称:“他曾在SUV车前检查是否上锁”警方说:“对不起,这并不违法如果你真看见他偷车再报警”译文属原创,,不得转载 733

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