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Step by Step 3000 第4册 Unit11:Language Study and Language Appreciation(1)

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14. To pay for your round /To buy your round.
If you visit the pub in a group, it's important to pay for your round.
This means that you buy a drink for everyone in your group.
15. To be an afternoon's workout for.
First Rock, where Blanchard stops to begin climbing is about 25 meters high.
It's an afternoon's work out for a man who often climbs rock faces 50 times that height.
16. In peak physical condition.
Blanchard is thin in peak physical condition.
17. To be every bit as important.
Back at ground level, Blanchard explains that physical conditioning is just one part of the sport.
Mental conditioning is every bit as important.
18. To find some common ground.
So it's only natural to think that through humor, two very different cultures could find some common ground.
19. To break the ice with.
Typically an American public speaker would break the ice with the audience by an anecdote, a joke.
20. To capture the essence of.
What they come to hear is not so much the story but the performance, the narrator's ability to weave a tale and to capture the essence of the characters through his voice.
21. To get a real taste of.
It's one of the few opportunities we have to get a real taste of traditional Japanese humor.
22. At its best.
At its best, humor can reveal something about a culture.
23. To be the butt of the joke's punch line.
Finally Mr Muramatsu always makes a point of letting the consensus-conscious Japanese be the butt of the joke's punch line.
24. To generate a range of solutions.
Lateral thinking differs in that it is possible to generate a range of hypothetical solutions without providing steps of the process.
25. To be mad at/ To be mad about.
If Robert is mad at Vicky, he might say something like this: The problem is Vicky's always late. She has no respect for my time.
People might say they are mad about a specific behavior, but what they are really mad about is how it makes them feel.
26. To identify the bottom line./ To break conflict down into.
In step 2, the mediator helps the clients to identify the bottom line.
This is done by breaking their conflict down into specific issues which are emotional and behavioral.

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conflict ['kɔnflikt]

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n. 冲突,矛盾,斗争,战斗
vi. 冲突,争

联想记忆
identify [ai'dentifai]

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vt. 识别,认明,鉴定
vi. 认同,感同身

 
emotional [i'məuʃənl]

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adj. 感情的,情绪的

 
lateral ['lætərəl]

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adj. 侧面的,横向的,旁边的
n. 分流,

 
essence ['esns]

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n. 本质,精髓,要素,香精

 
narrator [næ'reitə]

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n. 叙述者,讲解员

 
hypothetical ['haipəu'θetikəl]

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adj. 假设的,假定的,爱猜想的

 
anecdote ['ænikdəut]

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n. 轶事,奇闻

联想记忆
reveal [ri'vi:l]

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vt. 显示,透露
n. (外墙与门或窗之间的

 
weave [wi:v]

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n. 编法,织法,编织
v. 编织,组合,编排

 

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