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公共英语考试重点句型及考点练习3

公共英语考试重点句型及考点练习3

分类:公共英语   更新:2015/6/4   来源:网络

公共英语考试重点句型及考点练习3

  Phrases and Sentence:

  1、 I don’t ever want to have the effect on a person that this person had on me, where i was just blown away by disappointment. It took a few years to get over it.

  这个句子中重点解析的是“ever”的意思。

  翻译为:我甚至从未想过要给“给我留下印象的人”留下印象,在这一点上我感到十分失望。我用了许多年才克服这个毛病。

  ever,在否定句中起加强语气的作用,not ever从未。

  2、One thing I do is work with Make-A-wish. If an ill child’s one wish to see a celebrity and he picks me, then I make time to see him. But I have to be very careful with these kids, because if you get too attached, you’re just setting yourself up for loss.

  这个句子中重点解析的是” because if you get too attached, you’re just setting yourself up for loss.”的意思。

  翻译为:我做的一件事就是带着许愿做事。如果一个病了的孩子的愿望是想看一个名瓦并且他选择的是我,然后我抽出时间去看望他。但是我必须非常小心的跟这些孩子相处,因为如果你太依恋,你会感到不舍。

  because if you get too attached, you’re just setting yourself up for loss.因为如果你太依恋,你会感到不舍。

  其中attch是:使喜爱,使依恋:因情感因素,如爱戴或忠诚使联结。

  set oneself up for loss是引起自己处于受损失或失去的状态。

  3、Thank you for giving me the inspiration to stick around, at age 50, you have to feel you’re contributing to something.

  这个句子中重点解析的是“ you have to feel you’re contributing to something.”

  翻译为:谢谢你给我关于等待的启示,在50岁时,你必须感到你正在做贡献。

  "you have to fell you’re contributing to something"这句话的意思就是:在50岁时,你必须感到你正在对某些事情做贡献。

  4、We stayed at the Ritz-Carlton and just had a blast. Or I’ll give everybody a ride in the Ultra light-it’s a flying kite.

  这个句子中重点解析的是“ride”在这里怎么翻译。

  翻译为:我们待在Ritz-Carlton并开了个狂欢会。否则我会给每个人乘坐一下“超轻型”---一个飞行的风筝。

  ride就是乘坐。

  5、“One day I’ll have my own barbecue.” In other words, every generation gets to improve on the dreams of the last generation

  练习:

  The circumstances surrounding the birth of a female infant in Kosciusko, Mississippi, on Jan.29, 1954,were not promising present was the usual mix that had so often accumulated into a burden too heavy for a single-parent household like the one Oprah Winfrey grew up in. The state in which she was born had laws in place waiting to characterize her as unwelcome, to bar her participation in otherwise accebtable social activities, to shackle her to the residue of slavery and other injustices of the past. The simple truth is that her grandmother, her great-grandmother and all the great-great-grandmothers before them never experienced one day of life free from the harsh decrees of state-sponsored racial repression.

  In hindsight, it appears that her birth was an uneventful one. But at age three she was reciting speeches from church pulpits. Upon discovering books, the child delved into the written word, turning out weekly book reports for her father. Even during turbulent times, not a moment was wasted. Seeds were being planted, watered, and nurtured. On April 13, 1964, nearly an adolescent and watching television from the linoleum floor of her mother’s walk-up flat in something deep inside of her. She was watching the live broadcast of the Academy Awards ceremony and saw a young African-American actor receiving the film industry’s highest honor. Sharing in that moment and all it implied she later told me, caused her to say softly to herself, “If he can do that, I wonder what I could do?”

  The ground had been set. The journey of Oprah Winfrey had begun. The babe, the child, the adolescent, the young woman-all their strengths were harnessed into a force of astonishing power that placed itself in the service of nature and the human family. That the world has changed in meaningful ways since 1954 is beyond question. Oprah and her activities were driving forces in many of those changes. Her enormously influential talk show, her philanthropic work with children in africa and elsewhere, her popular book club and magazine, her empowering spiritual message, her contribution (by action and example) to improving race relations-all speak to the human family, touching hearts and leaving each one uplifted.

  Mississippi too seems to be mellowing out into a more congenial place than it was in 1954. that may also be partly due to the very sbecial enerav that is Oprah Winfrey-a courageous, funny, compassionate, well-informed, dazzlingly curious person, as down-to-earth and loving as any human being I’ve ever known.

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