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  • Subject: You can flesh it out. 迷你对话A: I finished my paper in a hurry. What do you think of my paper?我是在匆匆忙忙中完成我的论文的,你认为我的论文如何?B: Not so good, you can flesh it out.不是很好,你可以是内容更充实些。 地道表达flesh out 1. 解词释义Flesh out是习语,在习语中的意思是“赋予血肉”。我们通常说某个电影中某个出色的角色有血有肉,意思就是这个角色个性鲜明,充满活力。Flesh out的意思就是“使......更加充实并且具体”。 2. 拓展例句e.g. Flesh out the plot outline with actual scenes and dialogues.在这一部电影的情节梗概上加上具体的场景和对话。e.g. The playwright often fails to flesh out his characters.剧作家往往不能使笔下的人物栩栩如生。 Ps:in a hurry是解词短语,意思是“冲忙地”。例如:The police were in a hurry to hunt a fugitive from justice. 警察正急于搜捕逃犯。Please drive safely.Im not in a hurry.开车请注意安全。我并不赶时间。 Ps:think of的意思是“认为,觉得”。例如:Susan and her fiance think of their letters as cords of love. 苏珊和她未婚夫把他俩的来往书信看作爱情的纽带。Does she really think of adopting teaching as a profession? 她真想拿教书作正式的职业吗? /201403/279700。
  • 特别声明该文章中的迷你对话选自口语书籍,对话精讲为可可编辑编写。迷你对话A: What did you say?你说什么?B: I said he was nothing but a yesman.我说他没什么了不起,只不过是个应声虫。A: Then he become angry with you?然后他就对你发火呢?B: Yes.是的。对话精讲第一、地道表达【核心短语】a yesman【解词释义】A yesman is a man who always says “yes” to everybody’s suggestion or statement. 即“对任何人的建议或陈述都说是的人”,所以引申为“唯唯是若的人”“好好先生”。He promised me that itll be no more a yesman if hes promoted. 他向我保如果他升任,就再也不做好好先生了。Everyone regard me as a yesman but actually I am not. 大家都认为我是个好好先生,可我不是。第二、词海拾贝angry with:对......生气,对......发火He got angry with me. He told me I was insane. 他生了我的气,说我发了疯。 At this movement she felt angry with the perverse Sir James. 这时候,她是对纠缠不清的詹姆士爵士生气。 I am angry with you both for breaking my peace. 我讨厌你们两个破坏了我的宁静。 When she gets angry with you she will cut you for days.一旦她生你的气,会几天不理睬你。 nothing but:只不过,只有Fame brought her nothing but misery.名声只给她带来了痛苦。They consider him to be nothing but an imposer.他们认为他不过是个骗子而已。Below him was nothing but a black void.他下面只是一片漆黑。His long speech was nothing but gas and hot hair.他的长篇大论只是吹牛和空话。 /201308/250657。
  • 听力参考文本(文本与音频不全一致,敬请谅解):Its a persistent message: Self-driving cars are coming. Yet, before the roads are filled with cars steered entirely by computers, theres much work to be done — especially when it comes to safety.A grim reminder of that happened this past May when a man driving a Tesla became the first to die while using autopilot mode. He was watching a DVD when his car plowed into a tractor-trailer that was crossing its path.That accident sent a message to the engineers who are developing this technology: get it right and make it safe.Huei Peng is one of those engineers. Hes a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan, and hes director of the University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center.In a piece for theconversation.com, he points to a solution: connectivity.He says with current technologies, driverless cars are limited by the sensors they use to track obstacles and other vehicles on the road.;[Self-driving cars] are not smart enough because they cannot see or hear clearly,; he told us. ;The sensors that people have been inventing ... cameras, radars, lidars, the range they can see is no more than say, about 300 feet. They all have vulnerabilities.;Those vulnerabilities could be minimized — or even eliminated — by a technology known as dedicated short-range communications (DSRC), which is the focus of Pengs work.He describes it as a form of ;modified Wi-Fi,; which allows vehicles to communicate directly between one another — no driver required. With DSRC, self-driving cars could keep track of the other vehicles around them, up to a range of about 1,000 feet.Thats a big upgrade on the current 300-foot range of current sensor technology. It could translate to a major improvement the safety of self-driving cars. Peng even thinks such technology might have been able to prevent the accident with the Tesla.So how long until DSRC appears in new cars? It may be soon.According to Peng, the U.S. Department of Transportation recently issued a notice of proposed rule-making that would incorporate DSRC into safety standards. The rule is currently being reviewed by the White House.Listen to our full conversation with Heui Peng, director of the University of Michigan Mobility Transformation Center, above.201612/480993。
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