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真是感谢翩然 终于懂了 至于最后的一问 是我把后面的fed看成了Freddie 应该是federal 这样的话意思就懂了   谢谢指教呵........
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原帖由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-25 12:48 发表 唉,偶也想早点睡的http://pic.yupoo.com/dqc519/984055d05ada/nw0wrii6.jpg

 

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原帖由 js425 于 2008-8-25 12:50 发表 真是感谢翩然 终于懂了 至于最后的一问 是我把后面的fed看成了Freddie 应该是federal 这样的话意思就懂了   谢谢指教呵........

呵呵,Fed是指Federal Reserve。

 

原帖由 cxc-谈笑一生 于 2008-8-25 14:14 发表   翩翩,你起来啦

呵呵,11点起的^_^

那么早就起来了,佩服

                                          

原帖由 wingman1985 于 2008-8-25 20:10 发表 那么早就起来了,佩服

呵呵,闹钟定在了九点,不过我感觉好像没听到

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abt the cell

In this new view, air again rises at the equator, but falls in the subtropics making the first cell. (8.25 sss)

 

请问cell这里解释成什么比较好,字典上查不到比较贴切的。谢谢!

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This is scientific American's 60- Seconds-Science. I'm Steve Mirsky. Got a minute?

 

 For accurate weather forcasting and climate analysis, researchers need the best models possible about how the air circulates above the earth. and a new study is challenging the conventional picture of the planet's air movements. Previous theories pointed to two large circulate systems: air rises at the warmer equator and then travels toward either pole where it chills and falls. But the new study posits that there are actually four distinct air masses--two north of the equator and two south. The work appears in the August 21st issue of the journal Science. In this new view, air again rises at the equator, but falls in the subtropics making the first cell. The second cell consists of air rising in the middle latitudes about 30 to 60 degrees north and south,and then falling again near the poles. The study says that the second cell of rising air accounts for temperatures winds and moisture levels in the mid-latitudes. Water vapor is a major driver of weather events in the tropics,turns out it may be just as impotant for weather and climate for the north and south.

 

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原帖由 Chloé 于 2008-8-25 20:59 发表 In this new view, air again rises at the equator, but falls in the subtropics making the first cell. (8.25 sss)   请问cell这里解释成什么比较好,字典上查不到比较贴切的。谢谢! ------------ ...

 

 

 

解释为“大气环流”,比较合适。 如:direct cell 【气】正环流

[ 本帖最后由 ghance 于 2008-8-25 21:43 编辑 ]
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   There is a NATO-Russia council that has been involved in consultations between the alliance and Russia for some years, and for the time being, they're going to stop meeting in the NATO-Russia council. That may mean what no business as usual amounts to. NPR's Mike Shuster reporting from Brussels.

    That may mean what no business as usual amounts to. 这句话如何理解?

原帖由 fastslow 于 2008-8-25 22:31 发表      There is a NATO-Russia council that has been involved in consultations between the alliance and Russia for some years, and for the time being, they're going to stop meeting in the ...

这里amount是动词,amount to意思为to be equivalent。

 

整句话翻译为:或许那和no business as usual意思是一样的。

 

我又找了个语法结构相似的句子:She is not what she was a few years ago. 意思为她已经不是几年前的她了。

 

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重音

为什么我每次听的时候,总是在语音中间有一小部分是重音呢? (不是ZHONG,是重复的CHONG)就是中间总是有那么一句话左右是同时有2个声音出现的
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原帖由 IAAB 于 2008-8-26 10:44 发表 为什么我每次听的时候,总是在语音中间有一小部分是重音呢? (不是ZHONG,是重复的CHONG)就是中间总是有那么一句话左右是同时有2个声音出现的

 

 

BBC的某些部分是那样的。。。

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原帖由 ghance 于 2008-8-26 11:15 发表     BBC的某些部分是那样的。。。

 

哦,谢谢哦,我还一度怀疑我的MP3出问题了,呵呵

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20080825NPRNEWS:这段新闻的意思大概都能听懂,但准确理解就不容易了。一要了解新闻背景,二要掌握几个idiom的含义。

 

The two states had their votes reduced by half as punishment for jumping ahead of other states to host January primaries. They were challenging the early influence of Iowa and New Hampshire. Party leaders say it's time to put the controversy to rest, and focus on winning in November. But US Senator Carl Levin of Michigan says he is not giving up the fight to shake up the schedule of primaries and caucuses to give states like his a bigger voice. "The system will not be changed unless there is some folks who take up the cudgels, take up the cause to change this New Hampshire-Iowa domination. " But he says that  will have to wait until after the November election.

 

Michigan 和 Florida 两个州违规提前举行初选, 作为惩罚,被减少了一半投票权。这两个州一直向Iowa 和 New Hampshire 两个最早施加影响的州进行挑战。(背景:由于初选日子有先后之別,候选人集中火力争夺的只是最早举行选举的Iowa和New Hampshire 两州)民主党领导人称,现在是平息争端,集中精力去赢得9月份大选的时候了。但是代表密歇根州的参议员Carl Levin说,他不放弃修改民主党预选和预备会议时间表,给像他所在的密歇根一样的州更大的发言权。“除非有人挺身而出对New Hampshire和Iowa的控制权进行争辩,这样的选举制度不会改变。”他说,这得等到9月大选之后。

 

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