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西安医学院第一附属医院胃肠科网上咨询西安胃病医院Christmas Celebrations Around the WorldIt is interesting to see how different countries celebrate Christmas.We asked some of our friends and this is what they told us about their Christmas celebrations:Belgium On Christmas Eve,it starts with a drink and “nibbles1)”,followed by a “starter” course such as seafood,and then stuffed turkey.The dessert is a kind of cake made with cream.Father Christmas is called “Saint Nicholas” and he brings presents to children on Dec ember 6th,“St.Nicholas Day,” a long time bee Christmas.Brazil Father Christmas is called Papai Noel.Many Christmas customs are similar to those in the USA or UK. those who have enough money,a special Christmas meal will be chicken,turkey,ham,rice,salad,pork,fresh and dried fruits,often with beer.Poorer people will just have chicken and rice.Finland Finnish people believe that Father Christmas(Santa Claus)lives in the north part of Finland called Korvatunturi,north of the Arctic Circle.People from all over the world send letters to Santa Claus in Finland.There is a even big tourist theme park called “Christmas Land” in the north of Finland,near to where they say that Father Christmas lives.Everyone cleans their houses y the three holy days of Christmas--Christmas Eve,Christmas Day,and Boxing Day).Christmas Eve is very special,when people eat rice porridge3) and plum) fruit juice in the morning.They will then decorate a spruce5) tree in the home.Many families will visit cemeteries and graveyards to place a candle onto the burial graves of family members.Cemeteries are very beautiful at Christmas-time.France In France,everyone has a Christmas tree,sometimes decorated in the old way with red ribbons and real white wax candles.Fir6) trees in the garden are often decorated too,with lights on all night.Father Christmas is called Père Noel.The Christmas meal is an important family gathering with good meat and the best wine.Not everyone sends Christmas cards.Germany Germans love to decorate their house sat Christmas.Many houses will have little wooden frames holding electric candles in their windows,and coloured pictures of paper or plastic which look beautiful from the outside at night.Father Christmas brings presents in the late afternoon of Christmas Eve(December 24th),after people have been to a church meeting.The presents are then found under the Christmas tree.One person in the family will ring a bell and call everyone to come to the room.On Christmas Day,fish(carp7))or goose will be cooked.Latvia Latvians believe that Father Christmas brings presents on each of the 12days of Christmas starting on Christmas Eve.Usually the presents are put under the family Christmas tree.The special Latvian Christmas Day meal is cooked brown peas with bacon(pork)sauce,small pies,cabbage and sausage.Portugal People pretend that Father Christmas brings presents to children on Christmas Eve.The presents are left under the Christmas tree or in shoes by the fireplace.A special Christmas meal of salted dry cod-fish8) with boiled potatoes is eaten at midnight on Christmas Eve.Russia In the days of the Soviet Union,Christmas was not celebrated very much.New Year was the important time--when “Father Frost” brought presents to children.Now Christmas can be openly celebrated--either on December25th;or more often on January 7th.This unusual date is because the Russian Orthodox church uses the old“Julian”calendar9) religious celebration days.Special Christmas food includes cakes,pies and “meat dumplings.”Sweden The most important day is Christmas Eve.A special Christmas meal is eaten on Christmas Eve--ham(pork),herring) fish,and brown beans--and this is the time when families give presents to each other.Many people attend a church meeting early on Christmas Day. 1591十堰妇幼保健院肠胃科正规的吗 Do you know your special talent? Anne Heywood What I am about to say may appear to be plugging my own business, but it’s what I know best—and I believe it deeply and sincerely. I believe that every human being has a talent—something that he can do better than anyone else. And I believe that the distinction between so-called “creative” talents and ordinary run-of-the-mill talents is an unnecessary and a man-made distinction. I have known exterminators and typists, waitresses and machinists whose creative joy and self-fulfillment in their work could not be surpassed by Shakespeare’s or Einstein’s.When I was in my teens, I a ation from Thomas Carlyle “Blessed is he who has found his work. Let him ask no other blessedness.” At the time I thought that was a pretty grim remark, but I know now that Mr. Carlyle was right. When you find the thing that you can do better than anything else in the world, then all the wonderful byproducts fall in line financial security, happy personal relationships, peace of mind. I believe that until you find it, your search the byproducts will be in vain.I also believe that in the process of searching, no experience is ever wasted, unless we allow ourselves to run out of hope. In my own case, I had different jobs bee I found the right one. Many of those jobs were heartbreakingly difficult. A few of them involved working with unscrupulous and horribly unpleasant people. Yet, in looking back, I can see that the most unpleasant of those jobs, in many cases, gave me the biggest dividends—the most valuable preparation my proper life work.And I have seen this happen in the destinies of hundreds of people. Periods which they thought were hopeless, dark, and of no possible practical value have turned out to be the most priceless experience they ever had. I know a girl who is a famous package designer American industry. She was just given a promotion which she competed with six well-qualified designers. Her past, like all of ours, had its good times and its bad times. One of the worst of the bad times was a period when she lost her husband and was left with two small children to support. She took a clerking job in a grocery store because her apartment was on the floor above it and between customers she could run up and keep an eye on the babies.It was a two-year period of great despair, during which she was constantly on the verge of suicide. Yet the other day when she told me of her promotion to the top package design job, she exclaimed in astonishment, “And do you know that the single factor which swung it in my favor was that I alone had over-the-counter experience with the customers who buy our packaged foods!”When people talk about the sweet uses of adversity, I think they unduly stress a grim and kind of hopeless resignation, a conviction that, like unpleasant medicine, it’s somehow “good us.” But I think it’s much more than that. I know that the unhappy periods of our lives offer us concrete and useful plus-values, chief among them a heightened understanding and compassion others. We may not see it at the time, we may consider the experience entirely wasted, but, as Emerson says, “The years teach much which the days never know.” 90[1] 9商洛市中心医院消化内科专家

延安市妇幼保健院胃病胃肠网上挂号Pop ones clogs: 死掉 -01-7 00::37 来源: Pop one's clogs是个俚语,常被英国人使用,指“死掉、蹬腿”Pop指“典当物品”,是古英语的一种用法,clogs指“木底鞋”据说,在英格兰中部和北部地区,clogs(木底鞋)是早期产业工人的“工作鞋”到了换班时间,涌进涌出的工人们拿一双双木底鞋击在石子路上,哗啦啦的声响好似从天边传来的雷久而久之,clogs(木底鞋)竟成了工人阶级的象征看到这儿,想必用pop one's clogs(字面意:典当木底鞋)来形容“死掉”也就很好理解了——“木底鞋”是工人上班的必用品,如果连木底鞋都想当,那么这个人似乎也没什么求生的欲望或生存的可能了When I pop my clogs , bury me on top of that mountain.(若我死了,把我埋在那个山头上)(英语点津陈蓓编辑) clogs 典当 工人 英语西安市中心医院胃胀气打嗝嗳气便秘口臭腹泻胃酸 A woman named Emily renewing her driver's license at the County Clerk's office was asked by the woman recorder to state her occupation. She hesitated, uncertain how to classify herself. "What I mean is," explained the recorder, "do you have a job, or are you just a ... "一位名叫埃米莉的妇女在县办事处给驾驶执照续期时,一名女记录员问及她的职业她犹豫了一下,不敢肯定应如何将自己归类“我意思是说你有没有工作,”那名记录员解释说,“还是说你只不过是一名……”"Of course I have a job," snapped Emily. "I'm a mother."“我当然有工作,”埃米莉马上回答,“我是一名母亲”"We don't list 'mother' as an occupation ... 'Housewife' covers it," said the recorder emphatically.“我们这里不把‘母亲’看成是一个职业……‘家庭主妇’就可以了”那名记录员断然回答I got all about her story until one day I found myself in the same situation, this time at our own Town Hall. The Clerk was obviously a career woman, poised, efficient, and possessed of a high sounding title like, "Official Interrogator" or "Town Registrar." "What is your occupation?" she probed.这个故事听后,我就忘了直到有一天在市政厅,我也遇到了同样的情况很显然,那名办事员是位职业女性,自信、有能力,并有着一个类似“官方讯问员”或“镇登记员”之类很堂皇的头衔“你的职业?”她问道What made me say it, I do not know ... The words simply popped out. "I'm a Research Associate in the field of Child Development and Human Relations."至今我也不知道,当时是什么因素作怪,我脱口而出:“我是儿童发育和人类关系研究员”The clerk paused, ballpoint pen frozen in midair, and looked up as though she had not heard right.那名办事员愣住了,拿着原珠笔的手也不动了她抬头看着我,好像没有听清楚我说什么似的I repeated the title slowly, emphasizing the most significant words. Then I stared with wonder as my pronouncement was written in bold, black ink on the official questionnaire.我慢慢地把我的职业再重复一遍,在说到重要的词时还加重语气然后,我惊奇地看着我的话被粗黑的笔记录在官方的问卷上"Might I ask," said the clerk with new interest, "just what you do in your field?"“我能不能问一下,”这名办事员好奇地问,“你在这个领域具体做什么?”Coolly, without any trace of fluster in my voice, I heard myself reply, "I have a continuing program of research, (what mother doesn't), in the laboratory and in the field, (normally I would have said indoors and out). I'm working my Masters, (the whole darned family), and aly have four credits, (all daughters). Of course, the job is one of the most demanding in the humanities, (any mother care to disagree?) and I often work hours a day, ( is more like it). But the job is more challenging than most run-of-the-mill careers and the rewards are more of a satisfaction rather than just money."我非常镇定地答道:“我有一个不间断的研究项目(哪位母亲不是这样呢?),工作地点包括实验室和现场(通常我会说室内和户外)我在为我的学位努力(就是我们一家人),而且已经有了四个学分(全部是女儿)当然,我的工作是人类要求最高的工作之一(有哪位母亲会反对吗?)我通常工作一天小时(小时更为准确)但这项工作比大部分普通工作都具有挑战性,而它通常带来的回报不是金钱,更多的是满足感”There was an increasing note of respect in the clerk's voice as she completed the m, stood up, and personally ushered me to the door.那名办事员在填完表格后,站起来,亲自把我送到门口在这个过程中,她说话时流露出一股敬意As I drove into our driveway, buoyed up by my glamorous new career, I was greeted by my lab assistants - ages , 7, and 3. Upstairs I could hear our new experimental model, (a 6 month old baby), in the child-development program, testing out a new vocal pattern.我回到家,把车停在家门前的车道时,还对自己响亮的头衔觉得飘飘然我那三名年龄分别为岁、7岁、3岁的实验室助手正在等着我,从楼上传来我们的新实验模特儿(六个月大的婴儿)的声音,她正放开嗓门,测试着新的声音模式I felt triumphant! I had scored a beat on bureaucracy! And I had gone on the official records as someone more distinguished and indispensable to mankind than "just another mother."我感到欢欣鼓舞!我竟然打败了官僚机构!如今,在官方的纪录上,我成了人类超群出众、不可或缺的人物,而不仅仅是一位母亲Motherhood ... What a glorious career! Especially when there's a title on the door.母亲……这是多么光荣的职业啊!特别是现在这已经成为官方记录了Does this make grandmothers "Senior Research Associates in the field of Child Development and Human Relations" and great grandmothers "Executive Senior Research Associates"? I think so!!!这是不是说奶奶和姥姥就是“资深儿童发育和人类关系研究员”,而曾祖母则是“高级研究员”呢?我想是这样的!I also think it makes Aunts "Associate Research Assistants". 我想,小姨子也成了“研究员助理” 6渭南市市中心医院胃病胃肠在哪里

榆林市妇幼保健院消化病要预约吗常用英语900句:关于国家和国籍 Countries And Nationalities -01-7 ::01 来源: 751. Where are you from? 你来自哪儿?75. What's your nationality? 你是什么国籍?753. What's your motherland? 你祖国是哪儿?75. Are you a native Chinese? 你是土生土长的中国人吗?755. What's the population of China? 中国有多少人口?756. How many provinces do you have? 你们有多少个区?757. What's the capital of your country? 贵国首都是哪儿?758. I come from Japan. 我来自日本759. I was born in China and brought up in the U.S.A. 我出生在中国,在美国长大760. My country has an area of 500,000 square kilometers. 我国面积五十万平里761. The capital of my country id Beijing. 我国首都是北京76. We have 50 provinces. 我们有50个省763. My country is rich in natural resources. 我国自然资源丰富76. That nation is famous its tourism. 那个国家以旅游业闻名765. The biggest festival in my country is the Spring Festival.我国最大的节日是春节 国家 英语 关于 常用 会给你打很高分的英语口语集锦 -01-7 ::01 来源: God works. 上帝的安排Not so bad. 不错No way! 不可能!Don't flatter me. 过奖了Hope so. 希望如此Go down to business. 言归正传I'm not going. 我不去了Does it serve your purpose? 对你有用吗?I don't care. 我不在乎None of my business. 不关我事It doesn't work. 不管用Your are welcome. 你太客气了It is a long story. 一言难尽Between us. 你知,我知Sure thin! 當然!Talk truly. 有话直说I'm going to go. 我這就去Never mind. 不要緊Why are you so sure? 怎么这样肯定?Is that so? 是这样吗?Come on, be reasonable. 嗨,你怎么不讲道理When are you leaving? 你什么时候走?You don't say so. 未必吧,不至于这样吧Don't get me wrong. 别误会我You bet! 一定,当然!It's up to you. 由你决定The line is engaged. 占线My hands are full right now. 我现在很忙Can you dig it? 你搞明白了吗?I'm afraid I can't. 我恐怕不能How big of you! 你真棒!Poor thing! 真可怜!How about eating out? 外面吃饭怎样?Don't over do it. 别太过分了You want a bet? 你想打赌吗?What if I go you? 我替你去怎么样?Who wants? 谁稀罕?Follow my nose. 凭直觉做某事Cheap skate! 小气鬼!Come seat here. 来这边坐Dinner is on me. 晚饭我请You ask it! 活该!You don't say! 真想不到!Get out of here! 滚出去!How come… 怎么回事,怎么搞的Don't mention it. 没关系,别客气It is not a big deal! 没什么了不起!thousand times no! 绝对办不到!Who knows! 天晓得!Have a good of it.玩的很高兴Don't let me down. 别让我失望It is urgent. 有急事Can I have this. 可以给我这个吗?It doesn't take much of you time. 这不花你好多时间Drop it! 停止!Bottle it! 閉嘴!There is nobody by that name working here.這裡沒有這個人Easy does it. 慢慢来Don't push me. 别逼我Come on! 快点,振作起来!What is the fuss? 吵什么?Still up? 还没睡呀?It doesn't make any differences. 没关系It is a deal! 一言为定!Take a seat! 请坐!Here ye! 说得对!It can be a killer. 这是个伤脑筋的问题Don't take ill of me. 别生我气It's up in the air. 尚未确定I am all ears. 我洗耳恭听Right over there. 就在那里Get an eyeful. 看个够Here we are! 我们到了!I lost my way. 我迷路了Say hello to everybody me. 替我向大家问好Not precisely! 不见得,不一定!That is unfair. 这不公平!We have no way out. 我们没办法That is great! 太棒了!You are welcome! 别客气!I'm bored to death. 我无聊死了Bottoms up! 干杯!Big mouth! 多嘴驴!Can-do. 能人Don't play possum! 別裝蒜!He neither drinks nor smokes. 他既不喝酒也不抽煙Make it up! 不记前嫌!Watch you mouth. 注意言辞Any urgent thing? 有急事吗?Good luck! 祝你好运!Make it. 达到目的,获得成功I'll be seeing you. 再见I wonder if you can give me a lift? 能让我搭一程吗?It is raining. 要下雨了I might hear a pin drop. 非常寂静Don't get loaded. 别喝醉了Stay away from him. 别*近他Don't get high hat. 别摆架子That rings a bell. 听起来耳熟Play hooky. 旷工、旷课I am the one wearing pants in the house. 我当家Get cold feet. 害怕做某事Good you! 好得很!Go ahead. 继续Help me out. 帮帮我Let's bag it. 先把它搁一边Lose head. 丧失理智He is the pain on neck. 他真让人讨厌Do you have straw? 你有吸管吗?Don't make up a story. 不要捏造事实Absence makes the heart grow fonder. 小别胜新婚She make a mess of things. 她把事情搞得一塌糊涂He has a quick eye. 他的眼睛很锐利Shoot the breeze. 闲谈Tell me when! 随时奉陪!It is a small world! 世界真是小!Not at all. 根本就不(用)Let's play it by ear. 让我们随兴所至Wait and see. 等着瞧Why so blue? 怎么垂头丧气?What brought you here? 什么风把你吹来了?Hang on! 抓紧(别挂电话)!Leave me alone. 别理我Chin up. 不气 ,振作些You never know. 世事难料I stay at home a lot. 我多半在家里She'll be along in a few minutes. 他马上会过来I'm not in a good mood. 没有心情(做某事)He is a fast talker. 他是个吹牛大王Daring! 亲爱的!She is still mad at me. 她还在生我的气I'll get even with him one day. 我总有一天跟他扯平Hit the ceiling. 大发雷霆She's got quite a wad. 她身怀巨款I don't have anywhere to be. 没地方可去I'm dying to see you. 我很想见你I swear by the god. 我对天发誓Nothing tricky. 别耍花招You might at least apologize. 你顶多道个歉就得了Price is soaring, if it goes on like this, we shall not be able to keep the pot boiling. 物价直线上升,这样子下去,我们锅里可没什么东西煮饭None of you keyhole. 不准偷看You don't seem to be quite yourself today. 你今天看起来不大对劲Do you have any money on you? 你身上带钱了吗?What is your major? 你学什么专业?My girlfriend and I broke up. 我和我的女朋友吹了It was something that happens once in the blue moon. 这是千载难逢的事I'll kick you out. 我将炒你鱿鱼I have to be late and keep my date waiting. 我不喜欢迟到而让别人久等There is nobody by that name working here. 这里没有这个人He neither drinks nor smokes. 他既不喝酒也不抽烟He pushes his luck. 他太贪心了Nuts! 呸;胡说;混蛋!I can't make both ends meet. 我上个月接不到下个月,缺钱It is of high quality. 它质量上乘Dead end. 死胡同Would you mind making less noise. 能不能小 声点 集锦 英语口语 高分 have陕西省第二人民医院胃痛消化不良胃出血胃酸陕西妇幼保健院胃病胃肠电话预约



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