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    30年的友情與承諾 @ 史丹利愛亂來 :: 痞客邦 PIXNET ::
    arsablue.pixnet.net
    這是一個橫跨30年的感人故事,一個包含著友情、努力與熱血的感人故事。 這張照片是在1982年拍的,五個年輕的大男孩去加州附近的一個叫copco lake 的觀光區合拍的照片,當時他們決定了以後一定要
    · · · 推廣 · 在幾秒鐘前Hsinchu 附近·
     
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    This story is very touching. http://www.copcolake.com/five/default.htm
     
    Five Year Photo Project Copco Lake Five Friends take same photo for 30 years
    www.copcolake.com
    For 30 years, every FIve Years since 1982, five friends take the same five year photo at Copco Lake

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    ‎"Do you have the time?" 老師不是問你有沒有空唷~!(正確說法:Do you have time?)
     
    · · 推廣 · 19分鐘前·
     
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    make friends 還是 make a friend?

    1.make friends 是固定用法
    交朋友至少兩個人

    2.例如
    I will make friends with you.
     
    · · 推廣 · 18分鐘前Hsinchushih 附近·
     
  • Jason Pin 說這則連結讚。
    【台南市學英語,北區優酷英語通】Do you have the time? 時間英語~聰明學! @ U KOOL ENGLISH的部落格 :: 痞客邦 PIXNET ::

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Conquering Confusing Words Unit 14 answers

  1. beard / mustache/ goatee: I wish I could grow a beard on my lower lip, but I can’t.
  2. Santa clause has a long white beard.
  3. He shave off his mustache it covered his upper lip.
  4. He can’t have a mustache because hair won’t grow under his nose.
  5. He had to cut off his beard on his cheek when he joined the military.
  6. One character in the play had a thick mustache and always carried a pipe.
  7. beat / hit: The car went out of control and hit a tree.
  8. He beat his dog because she urinated on the rug.
  9. He beat the drum for over an hour.

10.He got beat up in a fight last week.

11.She hit him in the face and then ran away.

12.It’s ok. He didn’t his me very hard.

13.beautiful / cute / pretty / handsome / good-looking: Jane is so beautiful that she could be a model.

14.The child was very cute; she had a cute smile.

15.Hal is so shallow; he will only talk to pretty girls.

16.The mountain had a beautiful waterfall.

17.I really think Brad’s the guy for me; he’s cute, rich, and mature.

18.The shoes are pretty, but they don’t go with my skirt.

19.because / because: Because I live so far away, I am often late for school.

20.We won’t be late because I know a shortcut.

21.The city’s streets are closed because of the marathon.

22.Our baseball game was canceled because of the rain.

23.Brenda gets good grades because she’s very smart.

24.Jim went to see the dentist because of a toothache.

25.believe / trust: Sue believes her best friend who told her the truth.

26.Phil trusts his friend.

27.Stephanie believes running is good for you.

28.Jack didn’t believe me when I said my car broke down.

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Conquering Confusing Words Unit 13 answers

 

  1. battle / war: World war II lasted from 1930-1945.
  2. Two soldiers were killed in the battle.
  3. The two nations went to war over oil.
  4. The battle only last hours.
  5. The United States was at war with Iraq.
  6. The armies engaged in battle on the outskirts of the city.
  7. be going to / will: We are going to eat at Grandma’s tonight.
  8. I’m tired, so I am going to sleep.
  9. I will wash the dishes.
  10. I will get the door.
  11. We are going to move because John got a new job.
  12. Will you marry me?
  13. Beach / coast: The beach is nice and clean.
  14. We drove on the highway that runs along the coast.
  15. There are many beautiful beaches in Thailand.
  16. There many cities along the coast.
  17. We sat on the sandy beach and swam in the ocean.
  18. Los Angeles is on the west coast of the United States.
  19. Bear / endure / stand / tolerate : I cannot bear the crowds at shopping mall on Saturday.
  20. The slaves endured torture and misery until they were finally set free.
  21. I can’t stand employees who are always late.
  22. I am not going to tolerate your rudeness any longer.
  23. Michelle didn’t mind the teat, but she couldn’t bear the humidity.
  24. The sailors had to endure days without food after getting lost at sea.
  25. Sandy can’t stand her boyfriend talking to other girls on the phone.
  26. The boss cannot tolerate Kevin’s wild behavior anymore.
  27. The rope could not bear the weight, and it finally broke.
  28. Unable to endure the pain in his back any longer, Lester finally went to see a doctor.
  29. Jan’s mother can’t stand the smell of cigarette smoke.
  30. The government claims that it will no longer tolerate any corruption.

 


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American idioms part 2

 

American idioms part 2

  1. be green with envy
  2. see eye to eye
  3. play fast and loose
  4. chew the fat
  5. be fad up with sb. / sth.
  6. get ones feet wet
  7. have fingers in very pie
  8. catch more flies with honey than with vinegar
  9. put one’s best foot forward
  10. be foot-loose and fancy-free
  11. shoot oneself in the foot
  12. hold the fort
  13. handle with kid gloves
  14. take off the gloves
  15. cook someone’s goose
  16. take it with a grain of salt
  17. gum up the works
  18. jump the gun
  19. fly off the handle
  20. handwriting on the wall
  21. pass that hat
  22. keep something under one’s hat
  23. throw one’s hat into the ring
  24. hit the hay
  25. shoot fire from the hip
  26. live high on the hog
  27. stir up a hornet’s nest
  28. blow one’s won horn
  29. beat the dead horse
  30. bring down the house
  31. have many irons in the fire
  32. keep up with the joneses
  33. get a kick out of something
  34. pull one’s leg
  35. air one’s dirty laundry in public
  36. get the lead out of one’s feet
  37. break a let
  38. read between the lines
  39. keep a stiff upper lip
  40. be low man on the totem pole

 

 

 

foot

fancy

foot

fort

gloves

goose

fat

fad

feet

fingers

vinegar

hat

hat

hat

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Kaohsiung to host annual event featuring 1,000 design products (2012/09/21)
 
     
 
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Kaohsiung to host annual event featuring 1,000 design products (2012/09/21)

The 2012 Taiwan Design Expo will open at Kaohsiung’s Pier 2 Art Center next Saturday. The event will include exhibitors from a dozen countries with the theme of “passion design.”

With a quick press this pot immediately becomes flat. It is made from silicon and can be put on the stove to boil water, resisting heat of up to 250 degrees. Later it can be folded up, making it easy to store or carry.

Liang Yu-jie
Designer
There’s no space issue with this product. When it’s not in use it can be easily stored.

Some of the other design products at the expo include a specially styled computer mouse. It has a slick appearance and a very comfortable feel. There is this watch available in a variety of fluorescent colors, offering time in 24 time zones around the world. And these piggy banks are shaped like animals. Extra layers can be added to save more money.

Chang Han-ning
Designer
After it’s full you can buy another layer to save more money, allowing this panda to get bigger and bigger.

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提丟斯-波得定則

科技名詞定義

中文名稱:

提丟斯-波得定則

英文名稱:

Titius Bode's law

定義:

行星與太陽平均距離的經驗規律。它由波得首先提出,提丟斯進而推廣。

應用學科:

天文學(一級學科);太陽系(二級學科)

以上內容由全國科學技術名詞審定委員會審定公佈

百科名片

  

提丟斯-波得定則圖示

提丟斯-波得定則(Titius-Bode law),簡稱“波得定律”,是關於太陽系中行星軌道的一個簡單的幾何學規則。 它是在1766年德國的一位中學教師大衛·提丟斯(Johann Daniel Titius,1729~1796)發現的。後來被柏林天文臺的台長波得(Johann Elert Bode)歸納成了一個經驗公式來表示。

目錄

公式

來歷

意義

  

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http://flyingc.blogspot.tw/2008/10/adbc.html

 

西元前(B.C.)與西元後(A.D.)的英文用法

過去對於英文中,西元前西元後的用法一知半解,像是ADBC個是甚麼的縮寫,還有為什麼西元前100年是100 B.C.,而西元後100年是A.D. 100每次遇到這個問題,都快得躁鬱症了。(有這麼嚴重嗎...)

不過,今天從書上終於得到解答,所以來和大家分享一下,避免有人和我有相同症狀發作。

B.C.

Before Christ

耶蘇出生之前

介係詞片語

100 B.C. (西元前100)

A.D.

Anno Domini

拉丁文,耶穌誕生之年(anno=annunal的字根; dom=表示lord, year of the lord

名詞片語

A.D. 2008 (西元2008)


都整理在此表中囉,值得注意的是:

  1. 為名詞片語的A.D.A.D.與年就為同位格(Year of the lord, 200.),這就是為什麼A.D.要放在前面
  2. 句子中西元幾年A.D.常常是可被省略的。
  3. A.D.ADB.C.BC都可以

外,大家應該可以感覺到這兩個字,ADBC,都具有濃厚的基督教背景。由於西方國家大都為基督徒,採用A.D.B.C.是沒有引起太大的爭議,至於非 基督徒,為避開這兩個字,創造C.E/B.C.E的系統,在學術領域特別常被採用,且這兩者的用法和B.C.是相同的。

B.C.E.(公元)Before the Common EraBefore the Current EraBefore the Christian Era

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Conquering Confusing Words Unit 11 question

  1. avoid / prevent : To avoid an accident, he stopped the car quickly.
  2. You must prevent the children from getting hurt.
  3. He wore sunblock to avoid getting sunburned.
  4. We avoided driving through downtown because of the heavy traffic.
  5. John prevented me from driving drunk.
  6. Laws are intended to prevent crime.
  7. awake / wake: Kelly is still awake, but she feels tired.
  8. Phil can’t seem to wake up in the morning.
  9. I stayed awake late last night worrying about the test.
  10. Please wake up your brother so he’s not late for school.
  11. Is Brenda awake yet?
  12. The baby is sleeping, so please don’t wake him.
  13. award / prize / reward: The company will present an award to the best worker.
  14. The student won a prize for his speech.
  15. Mark’s neighbor gave him a reward for finding the lost puppy.
  16. Winning the Best Actress award was her greatest achievement.
  17. To get the prize, you have to solve the riddle.
  18. Every time the dog did a trick, it’s owner gave it a reward.
  19. bake / grill / broil / roast / toast: Angela bakes both wheat and white bread.
  20. I grilled a steak for dinner last night. .
  21. Peg roasted the potatoes for thirty minutes.
  22. You need an electric grill to toast the bread.
  23. The chocolate cake was baked in the oven too long. It was little too dry.
  24. Jason is outside grilling meat on his new barbecue grill.
  25. The hunters caught a wild pig and roasted it on a spit 橫跨在烤架上的大鐵叉.
  26. We toasted the bread, so we could have toast for breakfast.
  27. Put the cake on the top rake in the oven to bake.
  28. The cook flipped the steak on the grill and the poured barbecue sauce on it.
  29. We roasted chestnuts over a fire on Christmas Eve.
  30. Be careful not to burn the toast.

 

  1. avoid / prevent : To avoid an accident, stopped the care quickly.
  2. You must prevent the children from getting hurt.
  3. He wore sunblock to avoid getting sunburned.
  4. We avoided driving through downtown because of the heavy traffic.
  5. John prevented me from driving drunk.
  6. Laws are intended to prevent crime.
  7. awake / wake: Kelly is still awake, but she feels tired.
  8. Phil can’t seem to wake up in the morning.
  9. I stayed awake late last night worrying about the test.
  10. Please wake up your brother so he’s not late for school.
  11. Is Brenda awake yet?
  12. The baby is sleeping, so please don’t wake him.
  13. award / prize / reward: The company will present an award to the best worker.
  14. The student won a prize for his speech.
  15. Mark’s neighbor gave him a reward for finding the lost puppy.
  16. Winning the Best Actress award was her greatest achievement.
  17. To get the prize, you have to solve the riddle.
  18. Every time the dog did a trick, it’s owner ave it a reward.
  19. bake / grill / broil / roast / toast: Angela bakes both wheat and white bread.
  20. I grilled a steak for dinner last night. .
  21. Peg roasted the potatoes for thirty minutes.
  22. You need an electric grill to toast the bread.
  23. The chocolate cake was baked in the oven too long. It was little too dry.
  24. Jason is outside grilling meat on his new barbecue grill.
  25. The hunters caught a wild pig and roasted it on a spit 橫跨在烤架上的大鐵叉.
  26. We toasted the bread, so we could have toast for breakfast.
  27. Put the cake on the top rake in the oven to bake.
  28. The cook flipped the steak on the grill and the poured barbecue sauce on it.
  29. We roasted chestnuts over a fire on Christmas Eva.
  30. Be careful not to burn the toast.

 


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Conquering Confusing Words Unit 10 questions

  1. asleep / sleepy: How cute! The puppy has fallen asleep in my lap.
  2. I’m sleepy, so I’m going to bed.
  3. Please be quiet because your mom is asleep.
  4. I worked all through the night, but I don’t feel sleepy.
  5. Denise is asleep, so don’t wake her.
  6. The medication I’m taking now makes me sleepy.
  7. assignment / homework: We worked on our science assignment in class today.
  8. We have three assignments to complete for school.
  9. Our teacher didn’t give us any homework today.
  10. Did you do your homework last night, Jimmy?
  11. Jill’s company wants her to take an overseas assignment.
  12. He does three hours of homework each night.
  13. assure / ensure: The cat will come back when it gets hungry, I assure you.
  14. To ensure passenger safety, we ask that you fasten your seat belt.
  15. I can assure you that your pet pig will be well cared for.
  16. Kelly ensured a good time for her guests by providing lots of great food and music at her party.
  17. Despite the rumor that I won the lottery, I can assure you that it’s not true.
  18. I’ll ensure that all materials arrive in a timely manner.
  19. attempt / try: She’s going to attempt a very difficult dive.
  20. Has anyone ever attempted to swim across the ocean?
  21. Anne tried looking for her purse everywhere but couldn’t find it.
  22. Let’s try that new restaurant downtown.
  23. Terry fox attempted to run across Canada.
  24. I’m trying to finish my homework / assignment.
  25. attend / join: We attended a pop concert last night.
  26. Are you going to join the army?
  27. Only a few people attended the meeting about the new work rules.
  28. Everyone was singing, so I joined in.
  29. Can you attend the meeting tonight?
  30. I’m going to join the photography club.

 

 

  1. asleep / sleepy: How cute! The puppy has fallen asleep in my lap.
  2. I’m sleepy, so I’m going to bed.
  3. Please be quiet because your mom is asleep.
  4. I worked all through the night, but I don’t feel sleepy.
  5. Denise is asleep, so don’t wake her.
  6. The medication I’m taking now makes me sleepy.
  7. assignment / homework: We worked on our science assignment in class today.
  8. We have three assignments to complete for school.
  9. Our teacher didn’t give us any homework today.
  10. Did you do your homework last night, Jimmy?
  11. Jill’s company wants her to take an overseas assignment.
  12. He does three hours of homework each night.
  13. assure / ensure: The cat will come back when it gets hungry, I assure you.
  14. To ensure passenger safety, we ask that you fasten your seat belt.
  15. I can assure you that your pet pig will be well cared for.
  16. Kelly ensured a good time for her guests by providing lots of great food and music at her party.
  17. Despite the rumor that I won the lottery, I can assure you that it’s not true.
  18. I’ll ensure that all materials arrive in a timely manner.
  19. attempt / try: She’s going to attempt a very difficult dive.
  20. Has anyone ever attempted to swim across the ocean?
  21. Anne tried looking for her purse everywhere but couldn’t find it.
  22. Let’s try that new restaurant downtown.
  23. Terry fox attempted to run across Canada.
  24. I’m trying to finish my homework / assignment.
  25. attend / join: We attended a pop concert last night.
  26. Are you going to join the army?
  27. Only a few people attended the meeting about the new work rules.
  28. Everyone was singing, so I joined in.
  29. Can you attend the meeting tonight?
  30. I’m going to join the photography club.

 

 


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Original Form

動詞有五種形態,分別是:原形(Original Form)、第三人稱單數形式(Singular From in Third Personal)、過去式(Past Form)、過去分詞(Past Participle)、現在分詞(Present Participle)。


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out of business
Main Entry:
out of business
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: no longer operating as a business
Synonyms: bankrupt, closed, defunct, extinct, no more, nonexistent
Main Entry: closed
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: shut, out of service
Synonyms: bankrupt, dark, fastened, folded, gone fishing, locked, not open, out of business , out of order, padlocked, sealed, shut down
Antonyms: in business, open, running, working
Main Entry: kaput
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: ruined, wrecked
Synonyms: all washed up, belly-up, burned out, cooked, dead*, destroyed, done for, down and out, down for the count, down the drain, down the tubes, finished, floored, had it, nonfunctioning, on the skids, out of business , out of circulation, sunk, totaled, washed up, wiped out
 
Main Entry: ruined
Part of Speech: adjective
Definition: bankrupt
Synonyms: beggared, broke*, busted, finished*, fleeced, gone under, indebted, insolvent, out of business , pauperized, penniless, poverty-stricken, reduced
Antonyms: flourishing, prosperous, rich, solvent, successful, wealthy

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不得不的幾個用法

1. can't help but + 原型V

 

2. can't help + ving

 

3. have no choice but to + V

 

 

補充一:

I have no choice but to do it.

but to do it   為什麼這樣用?這種句型怎麼用?

 

這涉及but加動詞不定式的用法。

當不定式結構作 butexcept,besides) 等介詞的賓語,且 but(except,besides) 等詞前面的句中有實意動詞 do 時,該不定式結構中的 to 要省略,否則一般不省略。

例如:

1. We have no choice but to arrive late. 除了遲到以外,我們並無選擇。

2. We have no choice but to turn back. 沒辦法,我們只有回去。

3. You have no choice but to give up. 你別無選擇,只能投降。

 

4. At present I can do nothing but wait. 目前, 我只好等待。

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marinade[mar·i·nade || ‚mærɪ'neɪd]

()醃泡汁; 鹵汁


x

()用鹵汁泡; 醃泡



 

 

 

 

 

Babylon English-English

 

 

 

           

marinade[mar·i·nade || ‚mærɪ'neɪd]

n. savory sauce in which meat or other foods are soaked before being cooked


x

v. steep or soak in a spicy sauce, marinate, pickle (in cooking)

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Jason圖片字典:裸泳:Skinny Dipping


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Jason圖片字典:烤肉架上大隻的叉子: spit


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Jason圖片字典: 大隻串燒,在烤肉架上旋轉的大串燒 Grill Spit Rotisserie


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小支串燒 : Barbecued food on a skewer


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Conquering Confusing Words Unit 9 questions

  1. arrive / reach: Several guests arrived a the hotel this morning.
  2. How long will it take to reach the hotel.
  3. Everyone arrived at 8:00 PM for dinner.
  4. We arrived at two o’clock.
  5. He didn’t stop until he reached the finish line.
  6. The pilgrims walked all day to reach the temple.
  7. article / composition / essay:Harvey has to write a composition for his English homework.
  8. There was an interesting article in the newspaper.
  9. Karen wrote an essay on the topic of world hunger.

10.The scholar had several of his articles published in a journal.

11.The composition really touches the heart.

12.Tiffany received high marks for her essay on the Civil War.

13.ashamed / embarrassed: Lance was ashamed of kicking his dog.

14.There’s no reason to feel embarrassed. It could happen to anyone.

15.You should be ashamed of being so rude to your grandmother.

16.Jenny wasn’t embarrassed at all when she forgot her speech.

17.I was so ashamed of what you did.

18.She looked a little embarrassed when she couldn’t remember his name.

19.ask / demand: Larry asked Jake to lend him twenty dollars.

20.We asked him politely to leave.

21.The upset customer demanded to see the manager.

22.The kidnapper demanded a thousand dollar ransom.

23.We asked the waiter for the check.

24.The police officer demanded an immediate explanation.

25.ask / inquire / question: We asked the train conductor for directions .

26.You can inquire about prices at the sales counter.

27.Investigators questioned the suspect at length.

28.The boy asked his mother a constant stream of questions.

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