我要把外语学好,我要,我要,我要……

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我已经七八年没有学习了,事实上,在过去十五年间只有七年前到八年前中间有半年是学了点英语的。以后的语言能力一直都是处在“被学习”的状态,换这个工作需要点英语口语,就学点口语,换那个工作需要写点公文,就学点公文。一直都是很不系统。大量的时间都用来闲逛无聊网站或者是用来自残了。

这一次,我要把外语学好。其实我想学好外语的动机很俗气,我觉得我做别的不合适,学点外语技能能帮我挣点奶粉钱。当然现在岁数大了,精力肯定不比以往,要挣钱要养家要虎口拔牙买房子要应付生活的方方面面,智力也不比以往,甚至体力也不比以往了,可是越是这样我越觉得接下来要想混下去还得有点技能才行。我爸不是李刚,没有什么别的资源可以运用,只能发展自己的技能,以后靠技能混生活。根据我的实际情况,我既不会打架杀人,做黑社会肯定不行;我也不会用软刀子杀人,做白社会也会觉得应付不来。想来想去呢,想来想去呢,说到底还是做个匠人比较适合我,铁匠木匠鞋匠这些工种,我还一点基础都没有,最后我觉得我试着做个外语匠还算比较因地制宜。将来能申请个国外大学换个专业,或者以后成功勾结上什么资源跟对某个老大换了生活的路径,那都是后话了,如果就算什么别的转折都没发生,学好了外语总是够和通货膨胀赛跑、给自己孩子买奶粉的,别看现在人人都能说几句鸟语,可我还是亲眼见到过很多人把这鸟语说的比鸟还动听,当然,他们也赚了很多钱,不至于像我现在这样混在温饱线上。以后可以申请出国、教点小学生、整点小外贸、弄个小翻译公司、开个小涉外婚姻中介……哦,那就来吧。

以前我下了很多次决心,从来没有应验的时候,对于外语,除了下决心好像我没持续地做过别的事情。这一次我希望我能行,大概一定能行。我现在的英文水平大概是应付六级无忧而在雅思托福中绝不可能得高分的样子。我现在的英语只是差的不离谱而已。我以前有很多马甲在这里是装牛人用的,其实,呵呵,我很差的,装的时候都是挑比我更差的人的帖子去喷,那是很无耻的行为,那叫排挤无助感,我本人就无助,还到处去找更无助的人装高大,我很不屑我自己以前干的这些事情。

我必须先谴责一下我自己,我曾经混吃等死,不学无术,水平奇差,还有装B犯行为(此处省略50万字对自己的辱骂)。我也不能骂我自己一辈子啊,接下来我先给自己定个大概的目标吧。

  英语:母语者水平。输入:听新闻、看报纸、看电影、看普通的社科的书无障碍,障碍率不能超过一万字分之一,哦,五千字分之一也行。输出:想说的点什么说点什么,想写点什么写点什么,和英国鬼子或美国鬼子聊天能骗住半个小时以上不露馅,弄个马甲混英语论坛没人说戳穿我是中国人。第一年先搞雅思托福GRE,第二年发展专项技能。第二年不够用,就再加一年。当然如果第一年目标没实现,我就不会往下做了,我要不是这块料的话,我就应该干点别的去了,比如说开个小饭店去农贸市场租个摊位什么的,认真干的话,将来也不见得就不能有个大饭店或者成为个倒卖蔬菜的大亨。总之吧,我得做点什么,混吃等死的生活不能再继续下去了。努力地失败很多次之后,总有一件事情我能蒙对。
  
  德语:学英语学累了,就学点德语,纯属玩票性质,不给自己任何目标。
  
  粤语:前两项都学恶心的时候,学点粤语调剂心情,但这个不是玩票性质,要很严肃的学习,因为学粤语可以给学古汉语打音韵基础,以后我老了,天天在院里里面练书法的时候要想自己写几句附庸风雅,不至于因为想不起那些入声字而埋怨自己老了。
  
  哦。再跟自己说一遍,如果第一年我学习的效果不好,我肯定要放弃这个计划的,人生还有别的出路,不能在自己的能力爬不上去的那颗树上吊死。
  
  今晚再写。
  

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楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-24 13:19:07
  哦。补充说明下,所谓母语者水平,这个,母语者也分好多水平的,我追求的就是最普通的卡车司机、建筑工人的水平,能看电视剧不开字幕,看普通报纸没什么问题,看畅销书能看懂作者想说些的观点,接待个客户能完成没有行业术语的一般性的商务翻译就行了。
作者:方戚戚 时间:2010-11-24 13:45:15
  沙发沙发
作者:qyi10301825 时间:2010-11-24 15:13:38
  还在意淫!英语没你想像的那么强大,更没你想像的那么容易.
作者:来八八 时间:2010-11-24 16:36:44
  果断跟进
作者:moyesailin 时间:2010-11-24 19:39:48
  很巧合,我也是今天才决定要重新好好的学习英语,希望我的希望可以实现...
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 00:22:15
  关于前段时间对自己的测试和目前的计划
  
  我第一年的目标还是给自己应试教育的。应付掉各种国内国外的考试,有几个成绩单有几个证书在手里。以国外考试为目标,顺手解决国内考试。国外考试基本上都是听说读写四部分。头段时间我测试了一下自己的情况,以雅思为例,听说还可以,阅读就差了,6到7之间,写作更惨,一个考官看了看我在网上以前写的东西,她说5分吧。所以呢,我的大问题主要还是读写,要下功夫主要去做读写,听说这部分呢,保持住现在的和外国人进行社交的频率问题应该不大,当然应试技巧上要下功夫。我的问题是,虽然我的听说词汇约等于读写词汇,但是我的读写词汇太小了。
  
  所以呢,要多做阅读,什么乱七八糟的都读一下,通过阅读学单词,然后再写成文,把那些单词用上。我测试了一下,每天完成阅读、单词、写作的时间大概是4到5个小时。我每天大概,汗,有的业余时间就这么多了。一年365天,当然周末可以多做点,逢年过节社交旅行的时候就不能做,综合下来,搞出300天乘以四个小时大概没问题,如果我的生活不发生重大变故的话。我不富裕,我爸我妈也不富裕,雅思考6分或者托福考100分对我来说都没有意义。虽然搞到奖学金和很多因素有关系,语言成绩只是众多因素的一个,可是我是再也没有别的了,别的只能靠精巧的春秋笔法了,只有语言成绩才是我可能真的有的。其实很可能我是出不去的,我的既往的学业和成就还有我的年龄都明晃晃地烂在那里了。
  
  出不去也不算坏的,学点知识就可以为别人服务的,赚别人的服务费。如果有个高分入账,我是可以去楼下的造型中心好好打扮下,跑出去装名师的,或者跑出去接活的。鸡接活也是要有技能的,尤其是老鸡,我就是一只老鸡。不管瓦匠,或是木匠,或是外语匠,想要有活干有饭吃,还得是有点技能才行。我承认我的目的真的很俗很俗的,我承认我的其他生存技能真的很差,也承认我和那些不到二十岁就考到雅思九分、视英语为简单的工具的人存在巨大的差距,我不和他们比,我只是觉得再这么混日子下去,我就混成中年怪叔叔了,我花了五六年时间一醒来就看新浪体育新闻,一下班就看新浪体育新闻了,我都烂掉了。花点时间学点东西,总比看无聊网页强,结果应该不会太坏。只要改革开放的大旗不倒,会些外语总是有用的;要是那大旗倒了,我就认倒霉了,不过好像我看不到要倒的趋势。
  
  我在天涯中见到过各式各样的高人,有词汇强大的,有写作强大的,有口语强大的,当然还有什么都强大的。我不能不自量力地和高人们攀比,那样挫败感会很强的。有的东西上帝没给我,我怪它也没用。我只能和那些能坚持的人比,有人坚持了一年,有人坚持了两年,甚至更多。我读书的时候,其实没有在读书,大学的时候整日就是逃课和各种其他的事情,主要是哀伤,我花了生活中的大多数时间用来哀伤,其中只有一个学期在真正的读书。那些已经走了青春就是走了,一去不复返了。其实很多人,不管男女,在我这个年龄早就走完了锻炼技能的路了,已然很牛很强大,说上一门两门外语对他们来说跟喘气一样寻常,现在他们关心的是育儿和理财了。落下人家那么多年,真是不好再追回来,很可能再也追不回来了,所以我不和他们比。我就想给自己个交代,让自己投入地爱一次。就一年,先给自己一年,看看我是不是这块料,因为过去十多年我一直都在问我是不是这块料,但我从来没真正投入地做一次。做一次之后呢,能行就行,不行就去烤红薯吧。
  
  目前我的计划呢,就是在未来的一年中坚持做三百个单元的学习,每个单元包括精读2000字左右两个小时(这里面包括50个左右的生词,其中动词是重点),泛读一个小时,写作一个小时。听力呢交给公交车时间和看美剧听新闻,口语呢交给每周两次和外国人的社交活动,写作方面我找了美国妞和我一起练习,每周在一个风景秀丽的咖啡厅见一次,她帮我批改我写的那几篇英语作文,我帮她认识那些天书般的汉字。只要我坚持,这样一年之后会有一万五的新单词入账,阅读了至少几百万字,能看懂纽约时报,能看电影不开字幕,那混个雅思好分数,那我就高兴坏了。瞧,我多没有理想,目标太高容易挫败感太强。
  
  在未来的365天里,我要完成三百个单元的学习。每个单元包括A一篇精读,精读材料一般是新闻稿、国外考试真题、书籍节选,其他的比如什么电子产品说明书之类的,也可以拿来一用。B在精读中找出五十个生词,对着朗文字典学习。其中分成两类,动词类的要用英英学,其他类别的词看情况,可能是英英,可能是英汗。动词呢,要一竿子插到底,不管那动词在精读材料中什么意思都要把所有意思都学习下,其他词看情况吧,我写作差阅读差,主要就是动词差,其他词好背好猜,动词不行。C. 泛读,一万字吧,大概一个小时完成,在精读中体会到的结构和学到的单词都是需要一定复现率的,岁数大了,脑子不灵了,得多看见几次才记住。D.写作一篇,就根据精读的话题,用刚学会的单词,尽量多用,每周找那美国妞帮我改一次。E. 听力靠公交车了。F. 口语靠和老外混,E和F我会记录大概情况的,等要考试的时候再突击技巧吧。
  
  今天第一天,对于我能完成任务所用的时间估计不足,明早再写,困了。公家车听力也没有设备。一年中完成三百个单元是一定要的,但是不是每天都会发,毕竟很多时候身不由己,早不是闲云野鹤那些年了,得干活挣钱,得处理各种事情。可能某天不发,可能周末多发点。但是每周六个单元是要保证的,这样我年底还能休息十二天。
  
  这三百个单元我会调整的,新车上路,还得磨合,如果我发现我做不到或者能做的更多,或者这方向错了,我肯定会调整的。
  
  睡了,睡了。
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 07:13:02
  楼上的真给力^
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 07:27:48
  Unit 1
  
  A 精读:一篇china.org.cn上的报道。
  B 单词:动词15个,其他词27个,共计42个。
  C 泛读:主题为renounce US dollar的文章四篇,约13000字。
  D 写作:Will the pact between China and Russia last long. 500字。
  E 听力:泛听新闻
  F 口语: 晚上五点到七点去B家做客,B做了些意大利面条,烤了点面包,跟他学会了做酱,和B还有J讨论学习策略。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 09:46:49
  Unit 1 A 精读
  
  A 部分我会发文字上来,是我用的精读材料,遇到不会或者不全会的单词就打个括号,然后去做单词学习,单词学习做完了回头填空。我的Word里面的版本通过底纹区分动词和非动词的,发网上来就不见了。
  
  China, Russia quit dollar
  
  Wed, Nov 24, 2010
  China Daily/Asia News Network
  
  By Su Qiang and Li Xiaokun
  
  St. Petersburg, Russia - China and Russia have decided to renounce(放弃) the US dollar and resort to(逼的没招了只能做) using their own currencies for bilateral(双边的) trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.
  
  Chinese experts said the move(举动、举措) reflected closer relations between Beijing and Moscow and is not aimed at challenging the dollar, but to protect their domestic(国内的) economies. (谁信呢,美国人才不会信呢)
  
  "About trade settlement(贸易解决方案?), we have decided to use our own currencies," Putin said at a joint news conference(联合记者招待会) with Wen in St. Petersburg.
  
  The two countries were accustomed to(get used to) using other currencies, especially the dollar, for bilateral trade. Since the financial crisis, however, high-ranking officials on both sides began to explore other possibilities.
  
  The yuan has now started trading against the Russian rouble in the Chinese interbank market, while the renminbi will soon be allowed to trade against the rouble in Russia, Putin said.
  
  "That has forged(formed) an important step in bilateral trade and it is a result of the consolidated() financial systems of world countries," he said.
  Putin made his remarks after a meeting with Wen. They also officiated(履行职能,常指代宗教) at a signing ceremony(签字仪式) for 12 documents, including energy cooperation.
  
  The documents covered cooperation on aviation(航空), railroad construction, customs, protecting intellectual property, culture and a joint communiqu(communiqué 公报). Details of the documents have yet to be released.
  
  Putin said one of the pacts(互助或互不损害的协议) between the two countries is about the purchase of two nuclear reactors from Russia by Chinas Tianwan nuclear power plant(核电站), the most advanced nuclear power complex in China.
  
  Putin has called for(呼吁) boosting(提高,促进) sales of natural resources - Russias main export - to China, but price has proven to be a sticking point.(纠结的部分)
  
  Russian Deputy Prime Minister(俄罗斯代总理,普京大哥干啥去了) Igor Sechin, who holds sway over Russias energy sector, said following a meeting with Chinese representatives that Moscow and Beijing are unlikely to agree on the price of Russian gas supplies to China before the middle of next year.
  
  Russia is looking for China to pay prices similar to those Russian gas giant() Gazprom() charges its European customers, but Beijing wants a discount(). The two sides were about $100 per 1,000 cubic meters apart(双方在价格的分歧上约为每一千立方米差100美刀), according to Chinese officials last week.
  
  Wens trip follows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev(这大哥的名字发音没找到,得求教高人或者自己注意听)s three-day visit to China in September, during which he and President Hu Jintao launched a cross-border pipeline ()linking the worlds biggest energy producer with the largest energy consumer.
  
  Wen said at the press conference that the partnership between Beijing and Moscow has "reached an unprecedented() level" and pledged() the two countries will "never become each others enemy".
  
  Over the past year, "our strategic(战略性的) cooperative partnership endured[隐忍] strenuous(是从strength来的吗,好象不是) tests and reached an unprecedented level," Wen said, adding the two nations are now more confident and determined to defend their mutual(相互的) interests.
  
  "China will firmly follow the path of peaceful development and support the renaissance(新趋势,新风潮) of Russia as a great power," he said.
  
  "The modernization of China will not affect other countries interests, while a solid and strong Sino-Russian relationship is in line with the fundamental interests of both countries."
  
  Wen said Beijing is willing to boost cooperation with Moscow in Northeast Asia, Central Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as in major international organizations and on mechanisms in pursuit of a "fair and reasonable new order" in international politics and the economy.
  
  Sun Zhuangzhi, a senior researcher in Central Asian studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(社科院?), said the new mode(模式) of trade settlement between China and Russia follows a global trend after the financial crisis exposed the faults of a dollar-dominated world financial system(美元为主导的国际财经体系).
  
  Pang Zhongying, who specializes in international politics at Renmin University of China, said the proposal is not challenging the dollar, but aimed at avoiding the risks the dollar represents.
  
  Wen arrived in the northern Russian city on Monday evening for a regular meeting between Chinese and Russian heads of government.
  
  He left St. Petersburg for Moscow late on Tuesday and is set to(从set的动词转意而来) meet with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday.
  
  On March 13, China’s prime minister, Wen Jiabao, said he was concerned about the safety of those assets(可用于偿债的资产,说得是美国人的偿还能力吗?不管怎么样,美国人这次剪羊毛是剪定了,给美国人当债主不是啥好事,欠钱的必须是大爷), particularly because huge economic stimulus plans(经济刺激计划) could lead to soaring deficits(soar本意是高飞) in the United States, which could sink the dollar’s value.
  
  Should China lose its appetite for Treasuries(美元政府债券,美国国库券), the United States’ borrowing costs could rise, making it more costly for Washington to carry out economic stimulus packages(经济刺激计划) and for Americans to pay off(清偿) their mortgages(按揭贷款,抵押贷款,老美用什么抵押呢,用美国的实力抵押吧,其实就是没有抵押), nytimes.com reports.
  
  Nicholas Lardy, an economist and China specialist at the Peterson Institute in Washington, said that through its proposal, China was indicating that the dollar’s long dominance was unfair, allowing the United States to run huge deficits(在高额赤字下运行) by borrowing from abroad, and that the risks to holders of Treasuries were growing.
  
作者:天边飘来忘忧草 时间:2010-11-25 10:05:22
  I would learn English hard~
  
  oh~
  
  come on, come on~
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:05:29
  Unit 1 B 单词
  
  Unit 1是第一次弄,虽然之前做过一定的测试,可是单词学习这个地方还是大大超出我原先预计的时间了,大概花了3.5小时,我的计划是,或者我的生活只允许我用两个小时,这单元是第一次弄,有些地方不熟练,我想接着再测试下,看看做Unit 2 的时候能不能控制好时间,对于新单词,我的原则是动词用英英字典逐条阅读和体会,记住英英释义,不留死角;至于其他词,看英英字典但是总结出个汉语意思就好了,除了一些意思很多的词之外。我估计以后的效率应该会提高,随着过程的进行,遇到有一堆意思的单词的概率肯定会越来越小,所以刚开始这一个月或者两三个月一定要挺住才行。
  
  发三张图,一张我完成的四页的学习笔记,看不出个书来,就是来跟天涯叔叔打个卡,告诉他我完成了;一张我非动词类单词学习笔记的截图,一张动词类学习笔记的截图,都能看出个数来。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:09:45
  跪求版主大人啊,求你把你删的那个壮阳药小广告恢复了吧。如果你不恢复的话,我发的那个楼上真给力的帖子的楼上就是我自己了,会被人民群众唾骂为连马甲都懒得用的精分教的,跪求啊跪求啊。
  
  
  跪求版主大人啊,求你把你删的那个壮阳药小广告恢复了吧。如果你不恢复的话,我发的那个楼上真给力的帖子的楼上就是我自己了,会被人民群众唾骂为连马甲都懒得用的精分教的,跪求啊跪求啊。
  
  
  跪求版主大人啊,求你把你删的那个壮阳药小广告恢复了吧。如果你不恢复的话,我发的那个楼上真给力的帖子的楼上就是我自己了,会被人民群众唾骂为连马甲都懒得用的精分教的,跪求啊跪求啊。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:22:21
  这三百个单元我会调整的,新车上路,还得磨合,如果我发现我做不到或者能做的更多,或者这方向错了,我肯定会调整的。
    
    睡了,睡了。
  
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  这里曾经有个壮阳药小广告的,号称一夜七次啊,所以我才回复楼真给力的
  我可不是来玩精分的,要玩精分我也不至于弄得如此的低劣啊,跪求版主啊
  求你把壮阳药小广告恢复吧。求你把壮阳药小广告恢复吧。求求你啦,哈哈
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  作者:偶然值林叟 回复日期:2010-11-25 07:13:02 
  
    楼上的真给力^
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:24:55
  Unit 1 单词学习表,像涯叔表明我是好孩子

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:26:24
  动词类单词截图,我把英语释义都仔细阅读并试图背诵了
  

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:28:03
  非动词类单词截图,相比就粗糙些,我读朗文字典,然后写个汉语上去,有的个别的也写英语上去了

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:31:39
  C 泛读:主题为renounce US dollar的文章四篇,约13000字。就不一个一个发上来了。
  
  D 写作:等我让美国妞批改过之后再发上来,肯定写的很丑,丑就丑吧,我就这实力,面对现实,藏着掖着也没用,到时候再请大家打击我。
  
  E 听力:泛听新闻
  F 口语: 晚上五点到七点去B家做客,B做了些意大利面条,烤了点面包,跟他学会了做酱,和B还有J讨论学习策略。
  
  好了。第一个单元就这样了。嘎嘎。在纠结中启动了……
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-25 10:38:12
  ???????????????????????????????????????
  更正:Russian Deputy Prime Minister(俄罗斯代总理,普京大哥干啥去了)这处错了
  Deputy Prime Minister应该是副总理,acting Prime Minister才是代总理
  特此感谢沙发姐。
  ???????????????????????????????????????
作者:方戚戚 时间:2010-11-25 10:45:13
  紧跟楼主步伐,争取明天早上把生词表背完。楼主要坚持。
作者:n6x1u3v6 时间:2010-11-25 10:56:03
  楼主加油啊,关注中
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-26 09:40:19
  经过两天的学习,先做出点节奏上的调整;内容和学习方法暂不调整。
  
  第一个,我对时间的压榨太轻了,我的生活节奏一直都太慢了,有大量的小段时间我心安理得的当做休闲时间了,或者再大段的事件中也按照休闲的节奏在做事。还要进一步压榨时间。要不然我每天搞不定这么多内容。
  
  第二个,事实上也不必按照天做单位,昨天前天有些个人事务都推脱没去做了。还是要按照单元做单位更好。好在有周末和各种假期,原先设想的每天一个单元似乎难以实现,要靠假期来补充了。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-26 09:46:17
  ★ Unit 2 A 精读
  内容:Oprah Winfrey在wiki上的词条的开头一段
  链接:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oprah_Winfrey
  
  Oprah Winfrey (born Orpah Gail Winfrey; January 29, 1954) is an American television host, actress, producer, and philanthropist(慈善家), best known for her self-titled, multi-award(获得多项奖项的) winning talk show, which has become the highest-rated(最高收视率的) program of its kind in history.[1] She has been ranked【位列】 the richest African American of the 20th century,[2] the greatest black philanthropist in American history,[3][4] and was once the worlds only black billionaire.[5][6] She is also, according to some assessments, the most influential woman in the world.[7][8]
  
  Winfrey was born into poverty【生于贫寒之家】 in rural Mississippi to a teenage single mother and later raised in an inner-city(市中心穷人区) Milwaukee(密尔沃基) neighborhood. She experienced considerable hardship during her childhood, including being raped at the age of nine and becoming pregnant at 14; her son died in infancy(婴儿时期).[9] Sent to live with the man she calls her father, a barber in Tennessee, Winfrey landed a job 【找到个工作】in radio while still in high school and began co-anchoring【共同主持】 the local evening news at the age of 19. Her emotional ad-lib(此处应该是做形容词了,修饰后面的delivery,即兴的) delivery eventually got her transferred to the daytime talk show arena(领域), and after boosting a third-rated local Chicago talk show to first place[5] she launched her own production company and became internationally syndicated【广为分销】.
  Credited with creating a more intimate confessional form of media communication,[10] she is thought to have popularized and revolutionized[10][11] the tabloid talk show(通俗脱口秀,可以这么翻译吗,或者就是脱口秀??) genre(开创性作品) pioneered by Phil Donahue(脱口秀宗师),[10] which a Yale study claims broke 20th century taboos and allowed LGBT(女同志男同志通吃同志以及割掉过鸡鸡或者咪咪的同志) people to enter the mainstream(主流).[12][13] By the mid 1990s, she had reinvented her show with a focus on literature, self-improvement, and spirituality. Though criticized for unleashing【释放】 confession(忏悔,招供) culture and promoting controversial(极具争议的) self-help fads(一时之风气,一时之玩物), [14] she is often praised for overcoming adversity to become a benefactor(贵人) to others.[15]
  From 2006 to 2008, her support of Barack Obama, by one estimate, delivered over a million votes in the close 2008 Democratic primary race.[16]
  Contents [hide]
  1 Early life
  2 Television
  2.1 Celebrity(明星) interviews
  3 Other media
  3.1 Film
  3.2 Publishing and writing
  3.3 Online
  3.4 Radio
  4 Personal life
  4.1 Homes
  4.2 Romantic history
  4.3 Close friends
  4.4 Personal wealth
  5 Influence
  5.1 Rankings
  5.2 Oprahfication(看奥普拉的医生,听奥普拉的话,给奥普拉支持的候选人投票等)
  5.2.1 Mainstream acceptance of gays and lesbians
  5.3 The Oprah Effect
  5.4 Spiritual leadership
  5.5 Fan base
  5.6 Philanthropy
  5.6.1 South Africa
  6 Bibliography
  7 References
  8 External links
  Early life
  
  Winfrey was originally named "Orpah" after the Biblical(圣经的) character in the Book of Ruth(). Her family and friends inability to pronounce "Orpah" caused【导致】 them to put the "P" before the "R" in every place else other than the birth certificate.[17]
  
  Winfrey was born in Kosciusko, Mississippi to unmarried teenage parents. She later said that her conception was due to a single sexual encounter(偶发性行为) and the couple broke up not long after.[18] Her mother, Vernita Lee (born c. 1935) was a housemaid(女佣). Winfrey had believed that her biological father was Vernon Winfrey (born 1933), a coal miner turned【变为】 barber turned city councilman who had been in the Armed Forces when she was born. Decades later, Mississippi farmer and World War II veteran(退伍兵) Noah Robinson Sr. (born c. 1925) claimed to be her biological father.[19] Winfrey had her DNA tested for the 2006 PBS program African American Lives. The genetic test determined that her maternal(母系的) line originated【起源自】 among the Kpelle(利比里亚一个小部落) ethnic group, in the area that today is Liberia(利比里亚). Her genetic make up was determined to be 89 percent Sub-Saharan African.
  
  After her birth, Winfreys mother traveled north and Winfrey spent her first six years living in rural poverty with her grandmother, Hattie Mae Lee (April 15, 1900 - February 27, 1963), who was so poor that Winfrey often wore dresses made of potato sacks(装土豆的袋子), for which the local children made fun of her.[20] Her grandmother taught her to read before the age of three and took her to the local church, where she was nicknamed "The Preacher(独一无二的极品布道者)" for her ability to recite Bible verses. When Winfrey was a child, her grandmother would take a switch and would hit her with it when she didnt do chores(做家务,尤其是为了保持清洁的那些家务) or if she misbehaved in any way. At age six, Winfrey moved to an inner-city neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her mother, who was less supportive(支持性的,有帮助的) and encouraging than her grandmother had been, due in large part to(很大程度上因为)the long hours Vernita Lee worked as a maid.[21] Winfrey has stated that she was molested【儿童性侵犯】 by her cousin, her uncle, and a family friend, starting when she was nine years old, something she first revealed to her viewers on a 1986 episode of her TV show, when sexual abuse was being discussed.[22][23] She once commented that she had chosen not to be a mother because she had not been mothered【母亲养育】 well.[24]
  
  At 13, after suffering years of abuse, Winfrey ran away from home.[25] When she was 14, she became pregnant, her son dying shortly after birth.[26] She later said she felt betrayed by her family member who had sold the story to the National Enquirer(美国一个牛叉的花边报纸,当代歌坛美国版)in 1990.[27] Her frustrated 【被整的没招没招的】mother sent her to live with Vernon in Nashville(纳什维尔,田纳西首府), Tennessee. Vernon was strict, but encouraging and made her education a priority(优先考虑的事务). Winfrey became an honors()student, was voted Most Popular Girl, joined her high school speech team at East Nashville High School, placing second in the nation in dramatic interpretation(以戏剧性的解读?). She won an oratory contest, (选嘴大赛,挑战主持人美国版,或者相声大赛美国版) which secured【赢得】 her a full scholarship to Tennessee State University, a historically black institution, where she studied communication. Her first job as a teenager was working at a local grocery store.[28] At age 17, Winfrey won the Miss Black Tennessee beauty pageant(田纳西黑妞之后).[29] She also attracted the attention of the local black radio station, WVOL(田纳西的一个电台), which hired her to do the news part-time.[22] She worked there during her senior year of high school, and again while in her first two years of college.
  
  Winfreys career choice in media did not surprise her grandmother, who once said that ever since Winfrey could talk, she was on stage. As a child she played games interviewing her corncob(苞米棒子) doll and the crows on the fence of her familys property. Winfrey later acknowledged【承认】 her grandmothers influence, saying it was Hattie Mae who had encouraged her to speak in public and "gave me a positive sense of myself."[30]
  
  Working in local media, she was both the youngest news anchor(主播,主持人) and the first black female news anchor at Nashvilles WLAC-TV. She moved to Baltimores WJZ-TV in 1976 to co-anchor the six oclock news. She was then recruited【招募】 to join Richard Sher as co-host of WJZs local talk show People Are Talking, which premiered【初次公演】 on August 14, 1978. She also hosted the local version of Dialing for Dollars there as well.[31]
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-26 09:56:37
  ★ Unit 2 8 词汇
  生词57个,动词15,非动词42个,一共做出五页
  
  

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-26 09:59:22
  C 泛读 D 写作还没做呢,
  得过了两个周末之后,我才能测试明白节奏,看看到底一周能不能搞定六单元。
  晚上再见。
作者:方戚戚 时间:2010-11-26 13:30:56
  把和楼主聊天的时间都挤出来背单词了……
作者:tuinigg 时间:2010-11-26 16:20:44
  加油
作者:beth16 时间:2010-11-27 17:04:33
  LZ加油↖(^ω^)↗
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-27 22:21:38
  Unit 2 C泛读,刚刚完成。读了15000字,是wiki中Oprah词条的除了精读中后面的部分,没能准确计时,事情杂乱,没能专心做,我在一小时能达到的阅读量,这个还需要进一步测试。我在泛读的时候会在生词后面留下括号,但是不去查阅,以后用这个当填空题做。
  
  D写作还没做。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-27 22:33:13
  刚才查了一下美国成年人的平均阅读速度,数据中说多少的都有,比较常见的说法是,200-300英语单词每分钟。刚才用汉语书籍测试了一下,我看小说的阅读速度大概在800字每分钟,社科类读物就要降到500汉字每分钟,当然这没有广泛地考虑难度的差异,不算精确的测试。根据一些英文阅读大赛的数据,1200英语单词每分钟是可以良好理解文章意义的极限。暂时把目标定位350英语单词每分钟吧,读物为新闻、小说、传记、通俗社科。这个也还要测试的,暂定,暂定。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-27 22:35:31
  补充,我看的汉语小说是《施存蛰作品新编》,我看的通俗社科读物是《艺术与物理学》
作者:方戚戚 时间:2010-11-27 23:11:29
  正好在看维基百科上关于Merlin的一页,测试一下自己阅读速度,估计一分钟顶多100个词。我的问题不仅仅在词汇量上,还有语法。有时候一句话单词全认识,但是合在一起就不明白意思了。
  
  道路还长,一起努力。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-28 07:11:46
  Unit 2 D 写作做完了,从5点40到7点05,好时85分钟,只写了1208个字,期间查阅了很多次英汉字典,足有15词吧,更多次英英字典。写作题目是写我一个非常官僚化的同事,写起来捉襟见肘,好多概念不知道改怎么说,好多句型不会用。
  
  写作啊写作。要想解决写作,既要从词汇入手,要知道很多概念怎么表达,更要学习英语的常用的句型。我会认真考虑怎么解决写句子的问题。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-28 07:17:45
  Unit 2 E 听力 听了一个记录片,一个欧普拉在斯坦福的演讲,泛听了若干新闻。欧普拉的演讲是很挫折我的,演讲语言比较通俗,不懂的地方很少,但是听众们笑的时候,我不笑,也不知道为毛他们要笑。文化鸿沟真的不好埋过,美国卡车司机的水平也还真不是盖的,汗。
  
  Unit 2 F 口语,这几天没怎么和鬼子们接触,和客户都是简单的说几句,不在一线了,没有胡乱侃大山的空间了,我看看这个问题,如果有必要,我可以回到一线去。
作者:浙江金鹰 时间:2010-11-28 22:40:33
  楼主我与你同在...
作者:zhengdaqing01 时间:2010-11-28 22:59:08
  学习外语还要靠外语辅助工具的www.goosloc.com有不错的英语辅助工具,有兴趣去看看
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-30 16:32:16
  Unit 3 A精读
  
  用了22分钟阅读做出空来,然后用了很多时间做B单词,最后用35分钟填空,填空的时候遇到些不明白的,重新查阅了,所以耗时多一点。
  
  Driving Tips
  
  Our top 20 tips for smooth sailing on the road
  
  Hitting【意义众多,基本都和敲击有关系】 the road on your next trip? Whether you're heading to Grandma's with the kids or hitting Route 66(66号公路) for a cross-country jaunt(找乐子的游玩), don't leave home without our tried and tested driving tips. Read on to learn more about avoiding traffic, saving money, and staying safe (and staying awake!) on your next road trip.
  
  1. Before beginning a long drive, always get enough sleep and eat something before you go. Highly caffeinated【含有咖啡因的】 beverages(饮料) are not necessarily the best way to stay awake while driving. While initially you will feel more alert(), the effects can recede【消退】 with time, and your attention may wander although you remain awake.
  
  2. Pull over and take breaks every couple of hours, even if you don't feel sleepy. Grab a snack(零食,不是小吃), get some fresh air, and stretch your legs by walking around. If you need to, take a quick nap(打盹).
  
  3. If you can, share the driving responsibilities with someone else. This will allow【make it possible for you】 you to keep an eye on each other while driving and also enable you to nap without losing time. If you're driving alone, turn on the radio or put on some music, and keep your window cracked open. You may also want to refrain from【=abstain from放弃】 using your cruise control if you're driving alone at night -- having to concentrate on maintaining your speed can help you stay awake.
  
  4. If you do have to pull over【停车】 -- move your vehicle off the road. Never park on the shoulder(不知道这个shoulder和breakdown lane的区别) or in the breakdown lane(紧急停车道) for any reason except an emergency.
  
  5. Know the laws along your route concerning cell phone use while driving. While it may be legal in one place, it may be illegal in another, and ignorance is not typically an acceptable excuse for a violation(违法,违背协议等). Here's a handy chart of cell phone laws by state (keep in mind that this information can change at any time). However, even if it's legal to talk on a cell phone where you're going, it's usually safest to use a hands-free device.
  
  6. If you don't know this one, shame on you. Never drink any alcohol before your trip. While you may not become intoxicated【喝高了】 from one beer, you will become sleepy.
  
  7. Keep an eye on the skies, and if you can, plan a route around inclement(形容词,修饰各种坏天气用的) weather. A minor detour(替代路线) could actually wind up saving you major time.
  
  8. Search the Web for traffic update sites and listen to radio traffic alerts, especially when approaching major cities. All-news stations on the AM dial(在长波波段上的) are often your best bet(最好的方案).
  
  9. You should plan out your exact route before you even leave the house -- but bring along a map or road atlas(公路地图集) just in case. While many folks like to print directions from Mapquest, Traveler's Ed examines a few other options in Mapping on the Web.
  
  10. If you are driving a rental(租来的) vehicle, familiarize yourself with 【使熟悉】the car and all of its equipment (horn, brakes, hazard lights(无法避免的危险风险等,短语意思是双闪)). For an amusing but true look at this issue, see The First 10 Minutes of Your Car Rental.
  
  11. Lock all of your valuables(值钱的东东,只用复数) (especially items that are clearly gifts) in the trunk or glove compartment and stow【整齐地旨在节省空间地排列】 all luggage in the trunk. For more ideas, see Nine Ways to Keep Your Car Safe on the Road.
  
  12. Familiarize yourself with local traffic laws, which vary from state to state and especially overseas. Is it legal to make a right turn at a red light? What are the rules on yielding to 【让路,等其他和相让有关的意思】pedestrians(路人)? For more on international car travel, see Renting a Car Abroad.
  
  13. Before setting off on a long car trip, be sure your vehicle is in prime(主要的,最可能的) condition -- that tires are properly inflated, all fluids(液体) are at their proper levels and you have a full tank of gas. (For particularly long road trips, you may want to have your mechanic do a more thorough check.)
  
  14. Consider becoming a member of AAA(美国汽车联盟) or signing up for your car insurer's (保险公司,保险经纪人)roadside assistance program. You won't regret it when your car breaks down on a lonely back road(背街巷路,尤其是在住宅之间).
  
  15. Keep costs down by conserving gas as you drive. Minimize sudden starts and stops, empty your car of all unnecessary weight, and slow down -- it takes much less fuel to drive 55 miles an hour than it does to drive 70. For more ideas, see Save Gas and Money.
  
  16. Don't wait until your gas gauge(油量表) is sitting on【停在了】 E to refuel. On an unfamiliar road, you never know when the next gas station will appear. As soon as you hit a quarter of a tank, start looking for a place to fill up.
  
  17. When traveling with kids, be sure to stop often -- not just for snacks and potty breaks(开车时候停下来上厕所), but also for fun. See a cool playground along the way? Pull over and throw a Frisbee around. You'll also want to pack toys, books and music for the car -- not to mention your motion sickness(晕车晕船晕秋千等各种因为动而晕) remedy(解决方案,治疗方案) of choice. For more ideas, see Family Car Travel.
  
  18. Feeling munchy(想嘎巴嘎巴嘴吗)? Stock up on snacks and drinks at grocery stores rather than gas stations or convenience stores -- you'll get a wider and healthier selection, as well as better prices. For more advice, see Eating Well and Staying Active.
  
  19. On longer trips, keep napkins(餐巾), plasticware(塑料制品) and a small cooler(冷却剂,冷却箱,放点啤酒啥的) handy(准备好的) for meals on the go. You'll also want some spare change for tolls(通行费,还有丧钟的声音、丧生人数等), as well as a first-aid kit(全套装备), flashlight(手电筒), pillow and blanket. Keep a set of jumper cables(车坏了的时候连别的车的电瓶的那个线), a spare tire or donut(食品多纳圈,这里应该是指车圈吧), and extra fluids for the car (such as windshield wiper(雨刷) fluid) in your trunk.
  
  20. This last tip should go without saying, but it's important enough that we'll say it anyway: Make sure everyone in the car buckles(扣上) his or her seatbelt. Not only will it keep you safe, but in many places it's also the law.
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-30 16:37:45
  Part B 词汇
  
  发下截图。涯叔在上,您老过目。
  

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-30 16:42:20
  发个局部上来给涯叔过目
  
  

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-30 16:53:27
  到今天,这个帖子就七天了,今晚我应该能把泛读和写作做完。
  进展不如想象,原来计划七天完成六个单元,实际完成三个。
  惭愧中。
  在过去的七天中,我用来发呆和纠结的时间绝对不下20个小时,够做三个单元了。我的生活整个地还要重新规划,给自己更高的标准和要求。虽然惭愧,仍很振奋ing。我可不想这口气泄了,又走回老路去。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-11-30 22:58:20
  Unit3 Part C 泛读
  
  其一
  FRONT WHEEL DRIVE (F.W.D.) Oval() & Figure 8 Cars
  21点25到21点43,耗时18分钟,5662字
  
  其二 两篇Cars的影评
  22点33分到22点50分 耗时17分钟,5400字,生词率超高。不是一般的高,部分段落甚至有20%了。影评一个是在BBC网站上的,一个是在CNN网站上的,新闻语言一般来说都是很大众的语言了。
  
  今晚从18点47分就自由了,可以做任何我想做的事情,到现在过去了250分钟,我只用了35分钟做了泛读。利用率15%左右,娃哈哈,这倒是符合我的一贯作风。
  
  无耻。
  
作者:方戚戚 时间:2010-11-30 23:09:07
  上学去了,今天还要考试,唉。
  楼主不要在自责了,跟你比我干脆不要活了算了。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-08 13:45:40
  Unit 3 C 泛读 做了很多了,毕竟八天过去了。
  Unit 3 D 写作,2458个字,用时110分钟,速度很不堪,题目是 A Tendency among Middle Class against Examination English 截图如下,向涯叔汇报。
  Unit 3 E 听力,听了网络公开课中耶鲁的《心理学导论》的前三分之一和第十三节,大部分地区晴朗,局部地区有雨,有雨的原因有两种,第一种就是活生生地不认识单词,第二种是不熟悉学术表达方式,造成听懂单词却反应不过来那个大哥在讲什么。
  Unit 3 F 口语,最近没有和鬼子们见面。
  Unit 3 德语,公交车上基本上能旁若无人地背单词了,心理障碍啊心理障碍,哥看哥的,你们爱看我就看去。
  Unit 3 粤语,偶尔打开粤语广播听听,纯属玩票。
  
  
  

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-08 13:59:38
  太监了八九天了,向下一个单元进发。
  这次的精读材料是网上下的阿桑奇爆出的一点料,
  the Fellowship of Friends 辞职的受雇律师放的厥词。
  大致看了下,应该能挺好玩。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-11 12:30:54
  Unit 4 A Intensive Reading
  
  阿桑哥的料中的一篇被解雇律师写个董事会的信件。
  
  8091字,19分钟。32个非动词生词,9个动词生词。貌似这个荷兰裔的英文也不是很灵的说。做完单词学习之后的填空,填出了好几个遗漏的单词。而且我填写了差不多90分钟。荷兰裔美国人也是美国人啊。
  
  
  
  1. black marker - May 20, 2009
  Da..d Spring…ld, Attorney at Law? November 19, 2007
  To All Board Members?of the Fellowship of Friends, Inc.?and Giova.ni Bu.co
  Re: No Further Legal Representation
  Dear Board Members and Giova.ni
  I am not sending this letter because I like writing of【write on, write about,写某个特定领域的事情】 these matters or(这里的or是什么用法?误用吗?)because I want to repeat what has already been stated repeatedly by both Abraham and me. This letter is written because of my professional obligations【不得不旅行的义务或责任】and my personal obligations to the School.
  My professional responsibilities require me to send this letter to confirm again that I will provide no further legal services to the Fellowship of Friends, and have stopped working on all ongoing(continuing 正在进行的) legal matters that I was involved with【此处应该是“和我有关的”,朗文四的中解释并不适用】. This letter also advises you to immediately work with Abraham Goldman and/or other legal counsel to handle the legal work I was involved in and to address【直面问题,着手解决】 other ongoing and/or upcoming(将有的) legal matters that I will outline in this letter.
  The recent board activities have been covered in a number of letters and emails by Abraham and me. None of the communications were ever acknowledged or responded to by any board member.
  As you know, Abraham and I were instructed to stop all legal work. First, a directive(行政指令)was issued 【发布】on November 3, 2007, via(by的紧缩装逼版) email, on behalf of(代表了……) Et..n Har..s, Chairman of the Board, through R.se Ke.n.dy S.afer Vice Chairman of the Board, without explanation, question, or discussion. My emails and letter of November 6, 2007, about this heavy-handed(手腕硬,手段狠) and improper directive were ignored by all board members.
  Next, I wrote to Li.da T.li.so who ignored my question about what to do about the ongoing legal work but was ignored. After learning about the secret board meeting and illegal vote that took place on or about November 10, 2007, I talked with Li.da T.li.so the President in person at her office on November 13, 2007. Linda confirmed the secret vote of the Board (although both W.yne Mo.t and Al.n Sc.wa.tzbe.g lied that no other “crisis team(危机处理小组)” members voted at the secret Board meeting) and Linda instructed me to suspend【中断,放弃,本意悬挂】 all my legal work. I confirmed this in a letter dated November 13, 2007 that has also been copied to all of you. There was no response to this letter from anyone.
  On November 18, 2007, I was voted off the Board of Directors(董事会). Now, no longer working as attorney(律师), nor being able to act as a member of the Board, I will be unable to assist the Fellowship(团体,奖学金,会员资格) with any legal work or offer any oversight(远见).
  All of this occurred after one week of false and contradictory statements by W.yne Mo.t, Al.n Sc.wa.tzbe.g, Et.an Ha.ris and others about the secret board meeting where this was already decided in advance. Only G.eg Hol.an acknowledged【承认】 yesterday that the secret Board meeting was improper and that he wished that matters would have been done openly and correctly.
  The failure by almost all of the Board members to even have the decency(道义) or honesty to acknowledge a secret Board meeting was held and a secret vote taken (to vote the lawyers off the Board), without any opportunity to address【直面,直接处理】 the issues by the persons involved is below the level of school work for any student, let alone【有何谈……】 a board member with responsibility for our church.
  Al.n Sc.warzbe.g refusal to show the minutes(只用复数,会议记录) of the secret Board meeting, and subsequent refusal to return my many calls and emails, is conduct(行为) that is highly irregular for the Secretary of the Corporation and the Board of Directors. To date(至今为止), I still have not obtained a copy of the “RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS” that I personally saw when both Alan and Wayne in heavy-handed fashion informed Abe and myself, on November 12, 2007, we were voted off the Board.
  It is my feeling that what occurred over the last three weeks is a combination of crime, gross carelessness and ignorance of almost all Board members.
  In my opinion, serious crimes have likely been committed and are possibly continuing to be committed by current members on the Board. This should be addressed immediately. As I wrote about in my letter of November 6, 2007, the requirement of legal compliance (遵守,顺从)and checks and balances within our organization needs urgent attention. The Board has been for some time but a passive (被动的)“rubber-stamp” (橡皮图章)board without active or meaningful oversight. This almost complete inaction(不作为) may create the impression of the Fellowship as a criminal organization that is functioning as the later ego of Robert Burton(Fellowship的创始人), involved in a conspiracy(合谋) to engage in financial, tax and immigration fraud(诈骗), and perhaps other illegal activities and/or tortuous(复杂而晦涩的,崎岖的,曲折的) conduct.
  Responding to a call from Mr.Margalli? this morning. I gave him my impressions of yesterday’s Board meeting. Mr. Margalli? suggested I write a confirming letter and cover the ongoing legal work that you must all appreciate should be addressed immediately.
  This list does not purport【有造假嫌疑地假定认为】 to cover all of the areas that need immediate and significant work, and you should immediately consult with Abraham and all other lawyers for the Fellowship.
  The legal work I have been involved in covers the following areas:
  1. Immigration. Ongoing assessment and evaluations of the needs and requirements of our religious programs/individual’s status and possible need to go back to their country of origin. I will notify【inform】 Mr. Shusterman of the fact I will be no longer working with him on behalf of the Fellowship. I was also working with a number of individual students who would call with questions in the last months.
  2. Financial Compliance. This is critical and should be a top priority(有线). You have knowingly allowed having a system in place where the CFO is made responsible but essentially helpless and without authority. The CFO is not being consulted in important decisions. The Fellowship’s financial activities, in my opinion, could be seen as criminal conspiracy to commit tax fraud and private inurement(原文如此,求解) benefiting Robert and a number of other individuals (including possibly some Board members) and could be considered a fraud on the government. The status as a non profit corporation could well be in serious danger.
  3. Investigation/Monitoring of Blog?GF/PR, etc. Several times this year I have written to Youtube or other websites to have offending material taken off line. This has been largely successful. I also have conducted an investigation into aspects of the Blog and some individuals with the aim to allow us to file suit【提起诉讼】 for defamation(名声败坏) and/or invasion of privacy if and when appropriate. I have worked on obtaining PR consultations for which then no funding(基金提供的资金) was purportedly available. (Nic.ol.s Spa.ldi.g who was helping in this area, was threatened by Et.an Har.is to stop working with Abraham and myself) This area should be a major concern for the Board which has been almost totally unresponsive(没反应的).
  4. It was our diligent monitoring of the blog that put us on notice that A.af Brave.man’s arranged (by Fellowship officers and/or agents) fraudulent(诈骗的,欺诈的) marriage to Elisa.et.a da Ros was being exposed to the world. This finally stimulated action in this area but more is needed. I will no longer monitor the Blogs or any other sites, in any language, and will no longer assist with analysis and efforts to bring these matters into compliance. A lot more needs to be done in this area for many involved.
  5. Insurance. We were working on a review of all materials from the Internet and other sources that could constitute a claim (including foreign websites). I wrote about this before as well. Insurance could possibly pay for some of the costs incurred, including legal costs. I will stop all my work on this claim process, including any work on the research into the bad faith claim aspect of the insurance which I wrote about before. TIme (不懂,求解)may be on the utmost(greatest) essence(要素,本质). See my letter of November 6, 2007.
  6. Other matters: There are outstanding(尚未解决的,尚未付款的) million dollar judgments from the Ming litigation(起诉) era (这是个案子的名字吗?求解。)that will need to be renewed in the next years, if the Fellowship wants to collect on 【向……收钱】them. I had this calendared for a review in January 2008, 10 years after the first settlements and judgments were obtained. Given the success we have had collecting from various parties, I would consider this an important item to follow up【跟进】 on. I will no longer take any action in this area either.
  In short, the overall picture is in my opinion that the Fellowship itself, Robert, and a number of our friends, including several board members and officers, continue to be in potential legal jeopardy(danger) and liability(法律上的不利境地).
  With the information, according to what I gathered from my investigation, shared by certain former members to various agencies, I cannot envision【预见】 that there will not be an government investigation and/or lawsuit in the planning/preparation stages with possibly serious consequences for the Fellowship, the Board of Directors, Robert and possibly a number of individual students, including possibly individual Board members.
  A fully professional and active compliance team to put matters straight must be created. This team would need to be working daily, hands on(亲自动手的), with the supervision and input from professionals. The existing irregularities(不遵守规则的事情,乱相) cannot be hidden from the people that need to help bring us into compliance.
  Again, I am no longer acting as the Fellowship’s attorney. Immediate attention is required to the numerous outstanding legal issues facing the Fellowship. You are advised to consult with legal counsel immediately.
  Thank you for your time and consideration to these important matters. Do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.?Very truly yours,?Dav.d Spri.gfield
  cc. Robert E. Burton?????Abraham Gold.an, Esq.
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-11 12:32:06
  测试,好像没发上去呀。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-11 13:24:12
  上文中的数据不准确,经过后来检查,动词数量为19个(短语动词单列),其他词33个,共计52个。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-11 13:56:17
  Unit 4 B Words and Expressions
  
  悲催的是,我计时的结果是,我用掉了整整三个小时。这几乎是我的生活所不允许的。所以我,看起来,要么调整生活,要么调整学习方案。事实上,我也没有完成学习方案,平均四天才做一个单元。这是个问题。要认真想想。
  
  先上图,第一张是总体截图,报告给涯叔;第二章是能看出个数的局部的截图。
  



楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-11 15:00:47
  Unit 4 C Fast Reading
  看了一篇 Fellowship Founder Robert Burton ,算是简短介绍吧,5107字,生词率不高。还看了Roe vs. Wade的联邦法院判决书的前十分之一,4333字。看崩溃了,生词太多。
  
  这些天看了不少别的东东,新闻什么的,以前听过一个牛人说新闻太简单了,当时我还不明白,真实愚笨啊。给大家看的,怎么可能难呢。
  
  接下来是我最觉得困难的写作了。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-11 16:48:24
  关于Unit 4 Fast Reading 中Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, January 22, 1973(Part 1). 中的生词率的问题,补充说明如下。
  
  文字一共4533字 动词生词20个,其他词性生词33个,共计53个。有趣的是,统计之后的数字显示,我看这篇文章的时候遇到的生词,可是我感受到了更大的难度。大概有两个原因,第一法律文件中的生词,只要遇到了,那就是真的生,不像在其他的文章中列出的单词其实有一些半生不熟,有一些列出的生词只是不熟悉用法,或者不清楚发音。而这篇法律文件中的生词,都是实打实的生词,而且其中的动词基本上对我来说都是没见过的浮云,猜都没处猜去。
作者:绚睬夜空 时间:2010-12-12 16:02:18
  我就知道这贴 肯定要有广告·
作者:坚强的小笨驴 时间:2010-12-12 16:10:52
  I AGREE WTTH YOU!
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-12 16:14:35
  作者:Alice8956 回复日期:2010-12-12 14:29:40 
  
    强烈推荐宁波环球雅思学校 87742282
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  哥彪悍地混在东北,和这个宁波的广告一毛钱关系都没有,五分钱也没有。
作者:xiaohu6250 时间:2010-12-12 18:16:28
  楼主太给力了!我挺你了!我刚毕业一年,觉得日子太枯燥了,也想学点东西,想来想去,还是英语,因为有一定的基础,然后读书以来英语是最差的,总觉得没学好,是否认我的能力了!可是感觉真正实施起来有点茫然!楼主赐教!~
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-13 23:41:02
  今天终于和美国妞相会了,互相都很崩溃,我觉得我写的句子还可以,结果被她修改成一张红纸了。原来我觉得自己能行,只不过是没人跟我较真而已;她也觉得她汉语讲的不错,其实到处词不达意,她也明白了她良好的自我感觉只是没人跟她较真而已。这姐姐的目的是能用汉语看文献,擦,你的路不比我短到哪里去。
  
  初步定了一周两次会面。我的产量不增加就供不上她的批改了。今天零下二十五度,十多公里的车程,我自己都要感动了。
  
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2010-12-13 23:44:02
  作者:xiaohu6250 回复日期:2010-12-12 18:16:28 
  
    楼主太给力了!我挺你了!我刚毕业一年,觉得日子太枯燥了,也想学点东西,想来想去,还是英语,因为有一定的基础,然后读书以来英语是最差的,总觉得没学好,是否认我的能力了!可是感觉真正实施起来有点茫然!楼主赐教
  ----------------------------------------------------------------
  楼主就是来求教的,你看看我那悲催的词汇水准就知道了,学英语哥赐不了你什么。你想学东北话我倒是能赐教的。大家一起学吧。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-02-16 14:59:31
  Unit 4 Writing
  
  Corrections:
  
  1. 逗号的用法,表示并列的时候最后的两个用and
  2. Mr. Wang or Kelvin →Mr. Wang, also known as (AKA) Kelvin
  3. mid-age → middle-aged
  4. in the middle class → from/among the middle class
  5. He had secured himself a captain → He had secured himself a position of captain
  6. a package of welfare treatment → welfare只对穷人,a retirement package
  7. medical privilege → medical privileges
  8. by getting an offer → he was able to do so with an offer
  9. in a China’s top 10 universities → in one of China’s top 10 universities
  10. with which he originates → from where he came 错用的那个usually non-human
  11. being like a textbook-like figure and example → a textbook example
  
作者:睿蝶儿 时间:2011-02-16 15:27:12
  [url=http://www.51zxw.net/study.asp?vip=2077141]51自学网-专业培训老师录制的视频教程,让学习变得很轻松[/url],
作者:ARD2010 时间:2011-02-19 08:25:37
  我也要学好,我一直在学啊
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-03-03 20:50:32
  Unit 4 A Intensive Reading
  
  wikipedia中nostalgia词条
  1277字,非动词45个,动词13个。填空耗时18分钟。
  
  Nostalgia
  From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  For other uses, see Nostalgia (disambiguation).
  For the use of the term Nostalgia on Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Nostalgia.
  
  The term nostalgia describes a yearning(渴望,尤其是不大好实现的渴望) for the past, often in idealized form.[1] The word is a learned formation of a Greek compounds, consisting of ν?στο?, nóstos, "returning home", a Homeric(荷马的,荷马风格的) word, and ?λγο?, álgos, "pain" or "ache". It was described as a medical condition, a form of melancholy(1111), in the Early Modern period(中世纪之后革命年代之前), and came to be an important topic in Romanticism.[1]
  
  Nostalgia, in its most common meaning, caused the old front desk of The Beverly Hills Hotel (from 1942 to 1979) to be made into a bar.
  In common, less clinical usage, nostalgia sometimes includes a general interest in past eras and their personalities and events, especially the "good old days" of a few generations back recast【】 in an idyllic light, such as the Belle époque(美好时代,法国人指代普法战争之后一战之前的时代), Merry England(英国人工业革命前的时代), Neo-Victorian(?) aesthetics, the US "Antebellum" Old South(美国,内战前的美国南方), etc. Sometimes it is brought on by a sudden image, or remembrance(怀念,另一个是意思是为了不忘却) of something from one's childhood.
  As a medical condition
  Further information: Homesickness
  The term was coined【铸币,造词】 in 1688 by Johannes Hofer (1669–1752) in his Basel dissertation(论文). Hofer introduced nostalgia or mal du pays(也是恋旧的意思) "homesickness" for the condition also known as mal du Suisse "Swiss illness(瑞士病)" or Schweizerheimweh(德语,瑞士病) "Swiss homesickness", because of its frequent occurrence in Swiss mercenaries(雇佣兵) who in the plains of lowlands of France or Italy were pining for【渴望】 their native mountain landscapes. English homesickness is a loan translation(直译) of nostalgia. Allegedly, the first use of the word in a publication was in Sir Joseph Banks' journal of the first voyage(长途旅程) of Captain Cook in the Pacific, when, near Java, he stated that the sailors "were now pretty far gone with the longing for home which the physicians have gone so far as to esteem【确立,尊重】 a disease under the name of Nostalgia."[2]
  Cases resulting in death were known and soldiers were sometimes successfully treated by being discharged【遣散】 and sent home. Receiving a diagnosis(症状) was, however, generally regarded as an insult(1111). In 1787 Robert Hamilton (1749-1830) described a case of a soldier suffering from nostalgia, who received sensitive and successful treatment:
  "In the year 1781, while I lay in barracks(1111) at Tin mouth() in the north of England, a recruit(新兵) who had lately joined the regiment(部队建制,团),...was returned in sick list, with a message from his captain, requesting I would take him into the hospital. He had only been a few months a soldier; was young, handsome, and well-made(?) for the service; but a melancholy hung over【笼罩着】 his countenance(1111), and wanness(1111) preyed on his cheeks. He complained of a universal weakness, but no fixed(可以确定的) pain; a noise in his ears, and giddiness(1111) of his head....As there were little obvious symptoms(症状) of fever, I did not well know what to make of【】 the case...Some weeks passed with little alteration...excepting that he was evidently become more meager(1111). He scarcely took any nourishment(滋养物)...became indolent(懒惰)...He was put on a course of strengthening medicines; wine was allowed him. All proved ineffectual. He had now been in the hospital three months, and was quite emaciated(因缺乏食物或者饥饿导致的站不稳的), and like one in the last stage of consumption... On making my morning visit, and inquiring, as usual, of his rest at the nurse, she happened to mention the strong notions he had got in his head, she said, of home, and of his friends. What he was able to speak was constantly on this topic. This I had never heard of before...He had talked in the same style, it seems, less or more, ever since he came into the hospital. I went immediately up to him, and introduced the subject; and from the alacrity(1111) with which he resumed it.. I found it a theme which much affected him. He asked me, with earnestness(热望), if I would let him go home. I pointed out to him how unfit he was, from his weakness to undertake such a journey [he was a Welchman(?)] till once he was better; but promised him, assuredly, without farther hesitation, that as soon as he was able he should have six weeks to go home. He revived【1111】 at the very thought of it... His appetite soon mended; and I saw in less than a week, evident signs of recovery."
  By the 1850s nostalgia was losing its status as a particular disease and coming to be seen rather as a symptom or stage of a pathological(病理的) process. It was considered as a form of melancholia() and a predisposing【诱发的】 condition among suicides. Nostalgia was, however, still diagnosed among soldiers as late as the American Civil War.[citation needed] By the 1870s interest in nostalgia as a medical category had all but(几乎) vanished. Nostalgia was still being recognized in both the First and Second World Wars, especially by the American armed forces. Great lengths were taken to study and understand the condition to stem【停止】 the tide of troops leaving the front in droves(成群的人) (see the BBC documentary Century of the Self).
  [edit]As a description
  Nostalgia is often triggered by【被激发】 something reminding the individual of an event or item from their past. The resulting(所导致的) emotion can vary from happiness to sorrow. The term of "feeling nostalgic" is more commonly used to describe pleasurable emotions associated with and/or a longing to go back to a particular period of time.
  [edit]Romanticism
  Swiss nostalgia was linked to the singing of Kuhreihen(一种歌舞形势), which were forbidden to Swiss mercenaries because they led to nostalgia to the point of desertion, illness or death. The 1767 Dictionnaire de Musique by Jean-Jacques Rousseau claims that Swiss mercenaries were threatened with severe punishment to prevent them from singing their Swiss songs. It became somewhat of a topos in Romantic literature, and figures in the poem Der Schweizer by Achim von Arnim (1805) and in Clemens Brentano's Des Knaben Wunderhorn (1809) as well as in the opera Le Chalet by Adolphe Charles Adam (1834) which was performed for Queen Victoria under the title The Swiss Cottage(村舍). The Romantic connection of nostalgia, the Kuhreihen and the Swiss Alps was a significant factor in the enthusiasm for Switzerland, the development of early tourism in Switzerland and Alpinism(登山技术,尤其是登阿尔卑斯山) that took hold of the European cultural elite in the 19th century. German Romanticism coined an opposite to Heimweh, Fernweh "far-sickness", "longing to be far away", like wanderlust(四处漂泊的欲望) expressing the Romantic desire to travel and explore.
  [edit]Other meanings
  In a slight variation from the conventional(传统的,约定成俗的) usage of the word nostalgia, some intend to convey(传达出) the meaning of "a feeling of appreciation for the past or something related to the past, often in an idealized form." This differs from the standard usage in that it does not necessarily include a longing or yearning to return to the past, but instead simply an appreciation for it.
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-03-03 21:00:01
  Unit 4 B Words and Expressions
  
  耗时很长很长,大概两小时又三刻。
  
  涯叔请过目
  
  

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-03-03 21:01:49
  为毛图片那么小呢,大概是我发了缩略图的链接,重来

楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-03-03 21:35:44
  算了,不理会涯叔。等下是泛读,读点啥呢。
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-03-05 08:38:33
  Unit5 C 泛读
  the Boondock Saints 维基词条 3190字
  http://www.freeconservatives.com/vb/entry.php?15-My-Conclusion某人博客 1310字
  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8362782/Libya-rebels-consolidate-eastern-Libya.html
  Telegragh的一篇关于叙利亚局势的报道,649字
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-03-05 12:48:04
  Unit 5 D 写作 12:00-12:43
  305字
  写得很慢很纠结啊
  E 听力 不开字幕看了个电影,七八成吧,剧中人物吵架的时候我就无能了。
  F 口语 口语到了瓶颈了,长短句都能说了,但是很短很精妙的不会,很长很精确的不会,说来说去都是日常生活工作的简单事情,复杂的事情探讨不了,简单的事情不能说的很简洁。
  德语,无
  粤语,无
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楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-04-25 07:03:13
  以下是自我辩解,呵呵。
  
  我这个马甲写过两个帖子,一个是狗血往事贴,一个是这个现在学习贴。狗血贴一路写来,如洋葱般一层一层扒开,而这个帖子写了五个单元就夭折了,或者说太监了。此番接着往下写往下学,只是要换个学法。我认真想了想之前的学法,似乎不是个很靠谱的法子,每个单元要消耗六七个小时,词汇部分每单元五十个我又穷究其词汇之含义,如今翻翻之前的记录,记得的不多;泛读也记录词汇,导致工作量很大,又没有时间查清楚;写作每单元都要做,实则没有什么可写的,主题就没有,词汇又不过关,就在那二百五词汇中打转写来写去。
  
  从第六个单元开始换个做法,每单元词汇100个,泛读不计算词汇,写作只写雅思考题,口语听力仍然是随心,其他语种还是制作调剂。
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-04-25 07:06:13
  unit 6 2011年 4月23日至4月24日
  
  精读与词汇 Love Story Page 1-6
  泛读 若干雅思阅读
  口语听力
  其他语种
  写作
  
  1 lump A with B 团,块,混为一谈 51 turn A off 让某人闭了
  2 in which case 在此种情形下 52 semi-smile 挤出笑容
  3 edge in 挤进 53 for something to do 总得干点啥吧
  4 either way 54 Cummings 卡明斯,其诗歌不大写不句号
  5 for some stupid reason 也不知道怎么想的 55 snowy 纯白的
  6 hell out of 56 nod yes 点头称(表示)是
  7 notion 概念,想法,一时性起 57 mask one’s pride 按住暗爽
  8 heritage 遗产,继承物,继承权 58 Renaissance 文艺复兴
  9 eye the cheese 打望美女 59 polyphony 复调音乐
  10 reserve book 藏书 60 crimson 深红色,绯红色,哈佛代表色
  11 hour exams 61 disdain 轻视,蔑视
  12 amble 溜达,缓行 62 bulldoze 推土,bulldozer推土机
  13 tome 大部头 63 buy A coffee 请A喝咖啡
  14 bail A out 保释,跳伞,舀水,解围 64 paradox 悖论,悖情,事实而非的观点
  15 on the morrow 第二天 65 helluva <俚>贼咋滴
  16 tennis-anyone 66 an out-and-out triumph 完全的, 彻底的
  17 a bespectacled mouse type 戴眼镜的安静的胆小的类型 67 the last-minute score
  18 opt 选择 68 dorm 宿舍
  19 Minnie Mickey的女朋友 69 despaired 感到绝望的
  20 waning 变衰弱,(月)亏 70 ultimate 根本的,究极的
  21 shoot a glance up at A 抬眼瞅了下A 71 snotty 流鼻涕的, 自大的
  22 legality 合法性 72 Dartmouth 达特茅斯
  23 Preppie 预科生 73 reverence 敬畏, 尊敬, 尊严
  24 ethics 道德规范,伦理学 74 all-Ivy 常青藤联盟的
  25 lousy <lous虱子;差劲的 75 bio 个人经历
  26 ratio 比率,比例 76 chew one’s teeth 自食其果
  27 ribbon 缎带, 带状物, 色带 77 look one’s way
  28 cut A to ribbons 把A打烂,把A整稀碎 78 Anthem 圣歌, 赞美诗
  29 profanity < profane不信神,亵渎,不敬之辞 79 `perforate 穿孔,穿刺
  30 dumb 哑的,愚蠢的 80 break open 砸开
  31 shrewdly 看人或判断形势牛逼地 81 nob`lesse oblige (法) 权贵的社会责任
  32 capitulate 有条件投降 82 charge 进攻
  33 i.e. id est 也就是 83 slam into A 撞上
  34 pithy <pith要点,精髓 84 I would take it all the way (球类运动)自己来了
  35 cleric 牧师,教士 85 goalie 【非正式】守门员
  36 assign to Jenny’s legs 赋予詹尼的腿 86 terrorize 令人恐怖, 实施恐怖统治
  37 Boho 颓废不羁的,波西米亚式的 87 get off a shot 完成一次射门
  38 loathe 憎恨 loath不情愿的 88 flail 用连枷打,挥舞四肢反抗,
  39 a sandwich joint 廉价三明治小店 89 pile-up 堆积,存放,乱作一团
  40 stature 身高,名望in stature 90 lash 鞭子,鞭打
  41 brownie 小精灵, 果仁巧克力小方块蛋糕 91 ref referee简称
  42 confess 承认,坦白,忏悔 92 call to A 向A喊
  43 ensue ensue from 继而发生 93 official’s desk 技术台
  44 inward 内心的,内在的,内部的 94 remonstrate 抗议
  45 distress 极端痛苦,穷困潦倒 95 de rigueur 【法】(时尚、习惯等)必须的;社交礼仪上必要的
  46 albatross 信天翁, 沉重的负担, 阻碍 96 be seething with A 为A而狂怒;到处都是人或者昆虫
  47 colossal 极端地大的 97 blade 刀片,刀剁声
  48 vanity 自负, 梳妆,浮华 98 boo 嘘声,嘘(某人)
  49 flagrant 恶名昭著的, 明目张胆的 99 im`pugn 【正】质疑
  50 run our of conversation 没话说了 100 integrity < integrate
  统一性,正直廉洁
  
作者:孔雀东南飞001 时间:2011-04-25 12:34:35
  就这种英语水平也能过6级啊~ 神奇了~~
  
  
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楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-04-27 14:20:02
  呵呵。继续。
  Unit 7
  
  1 outplay 技术优于 ..., 胜过, 打败
  2 exhort 极力劝告 urge
  3 disgrace 耻辱,丢脸
  4 total(v) 总计为
  5 rivet to the spot 铆钉,吸引住,震慑住
  6 swarm 一群,云集
  7 be up 完成
  8 barrier 护栏,障碍物,壁垒
  9 be on wing 打边锋
  10 slap a murderous shot 击出致命一击
  11 deflect off towards A 使转向,守门,解围
  12 dump 猛放,倾泻,扣篮,放水(故意输比赛)
  13 groan (发出)呻吟声
  14 skid 滚,滑,滑道
  15 rifle it down to me
  16 exquisitely 极美地,极精致地
  17 fake A out 欺骗某人,(运动)假动作过人
  18 in an instant 刹那间
  19 throw onto the ice
  20 break A’s back 拼命干,尽最大努力
  21 metaphor 象征,隐喻
  22 cream 【俚】彻底打败
  23 revoke 藏牌,撤回
  24 obscenity 猥亵的话(或行为)
  25 trappings 【只复】某种生活的象征
  26 jock 四肢发达头脑简单的校队傻B
  27 dreams of them retiring that number 用法
  28 peel 果皮,剥落
  29 strutting 趾高气昂
  30 being blessed with a bad knee 天赐
  31 draft 征兵,选秀
  32 whirlpool 漩涡,热水漩涡浴,W-惠而浦
  33 catalog 商品目录
  34 cut(n.) 伤口
  35 bruise 淤青
  36 virtually 实际上
  37 consecutive 连续的
  38 whirly-pooly
  39 chortle (因为觉得好玩)笑
  40 grin 漏齿笑
  41 orthopedist 骨科医生
  42 humor(v.) 曲意称是
  43 my pleasantly aching body
  44 linger 逗留,磨蹭,弥留,苟活
  45 faithful(n.) 忠实的
  46 grad graduate
  47 spill 溢出
  48 swath v. 【文】遮盖
  49 be carried away 被冲昏头脑
  50 hold on to my sleeve 紧紧抱着,紧紧抓住
  
楼主偶然值林叟 时间:2011-04-27 14:22:24
  51 pivot 沿着轴旋转,转身
  52 somebody can dish it out but they can't take it 说别人很来劲被别人说就不行
  53 grunt (人)嘟囔(猪)哼哼
  54 off 【美】not so good as
  55 behemoth 巨兽,滥人
  56 Wonky 摇晃的,靠不住的
  57 bastard 私生子,杂种
  58 untangle 解开结
  59 Oinks 猪叫声
  60 guffaw 粗声大笑
  61 take leave 离开
  62 ride 缠住不放
  63 rooter 拉拉队
  64 way the hell up to Ithaca
  65 at stake 事关重大,利益有关
  66 tearing his hair out 抓狂
  67 scamper over (孩子、小动物)小步快跑过来
  68 styptic pencil 止血笔
  69 stare blankly ahead 呆视
  70 my worst fears quickly realized 怕啥来啥了
  71 bellow 牛叫声,深沉地怒吼
  72 hoot 猫头鹰叫声,汽车鸣笛声,人耻笑声叫声
  73 rink 溜冰场
  74 minuscule 极小的
  75 contingent 代表团,小分队
  76 grim very serious
  77 Old Stonyface
  78 adhesive paper 胶黏纸
  79 Exeter 艾克赛特
  80 Mount Rushmore 拉什莫尔山(刻有四大总统头像)
  81 be indulging in 沉浸于
  82 forth (空间)向外,(时间)以后
  83 without so much as a glance 看都不稀得看一眼
  84 streak 连胜连败
  85 stitch 缝针
  86 hover 来回踱步,盘旋
  87 the med room 医疗室
  88 avert 避免
  89 a stern warning 严厉的警告
  90 the floor of my orbit 眼眶的底部
  91 dog(v.) 纠缠
  92 sore 酸痛的
  93 the Novocain 奴佛卡因(一种局部麻醉剂)
  94 blow 搞砸了
  95 the locker room 更衣室
  96 wintry 冬天的;冬天似的
  97 in the wild(n.) 在野外
  98 upstate 北某州的
  99 spake 【圣经、文学】spoke
  100 gauze pad 纱布包扎
  
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