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p英语画刊 ENGLISH PICTORIAL ENGLISH PICTORIAL E N G L I S H P I C T O R I A L Jan. 21 st 温暖人生 2 萨米尔 拉克哈尼 不只是肥皂 李吉宵 影视天地 5 蜘蛛侠 英雄归来 简书瑶 时文阅读 7 别了, 电视遥控器 付 峰 8 遗忘可能使你更聪明 江 洋 英语讲堂 9 情态动词表示推测时的三种时态 史晓楠 11 从高考真题看动词不定式的运用 杨志斌 13 图式高考英语作文范例解析 张 扬 听力训练 16 英语听力训练 ( 一 ) 本刊资料 阅读理解 17 幸运的雪豹 章 丽 18 中国新人开销过高 李苏菲 探索频道 19 都在基因里 谢佳佳 热词学习 21 一月忧郁 李 库 互动园地 21 你问我答 本刊编辑部 名篇欣赏 22 阿凡达 之前的那个好奇男孩 James Cameron 妙语如珠 25 冬季大减价 王智博 文化背景 26 澳大利亚金枪鱼节 韩 英 创意天地 27 百年生活小窍门 黄 燕 大千世界 28 DJ 高手座头鲸 黄佳溢 健康生活 29 关于糖的 6 个误解 封海阳 走马观花 30 跟着 古战场传奇 取景地游览苏格兰 方辉平 开心词典 32 难怪 高 原 32 问题所在 邱 琼 32 失去一个引擎 程竟希 封面 不停探索世界的电影大师詹姆斯 卡梅隆 刘 亮 供稿 心灵鸡汤 封二 一双新鞋 周金玉 封三 加拿大多伦多大学 陈 旭 供稿 Samir Lakhani More than Soap p. 4 Tunarama Festival in Australia p. 26 总编辑 张 靖 顾 问 ( 按姓氏笔画 ) 任绍曾 张钧煜 责任编辑 谷韶延 美术编辑 徐 晓 中 国 外 语 教 学 期 刊 质 量 检 测 入 网 期 刊 入 网 号 ETS- 9202 连续二十年评为国家质量优秀期刊 声 明 1 、 本 刊 所 有 文 章 、 图 片 版 权 属 杭 州 英 语 画 刊 有 限 公司所有 ,未经许可 ,不得以任何方式转载或翻印 。 2 、 各 作 者 投 稿 其 著 作 权 责 任 自 负 , 本 刊 不 负 任 何 连 带 责 任 。 稿 件 请 自 留 底 稿 , 文 字 稿 件 本 刊 一 律 不 退, 如需退还照片和插图 , 请注明 。 3 、 稿 件 从 发 表 之 日 起 , 其 专 有 出 版 权 和 网 络 传 播 权即授予本刊 ,同时许可本刊转授第三方使用 。 4 、 凡 投 寄 本 刊 之 稿 件 , 请 勿 一 稿 多 投 , 否 则 本 刊 拒 付 稿 酬 , 必 要 时 予 以 公 开 曝 光 。 本 刊 在 编 辑 过 程 中 选 用 一 些 精 美 的 图 片 及 文 字 资 料 , 部 分 原 作 者 无 从 追 寻 , 我 们 在 此 对 原 作 者 表 示 感 谢 , 本 刊 保 留 其 稿 酬 , 并继续追寻 。 5 、 对 于 上 述 合 作 条 件 若 有 异 议 , 请 来 稿 时 声 明 , 否则将视作同意 。 主管主办 单位 杭州出版社 编 辑 英语画刊 编辑部 出 版 杭州英语画刊有限公司 印 刷 浙江高图印务有限公司 海外总发行 中国国际图书贸易集团 有限公司 国外发行代号 M 6635 国内总发行 上海市报刊发行局 国内订阅代号 4 538 国内统一连续出版物号 CN 33 - 1052 /H 国际统一连续 出版物号 ISSN 1008 - 8954 地 址 杭州市下城区林司后 石匠弄 23 号 邮 编 310003 电 话 0571 88212188 网 址 www.englishpic.com.cn 电子信箱 epicph 163 .com 出版日期 2018 年 1 月 21 日 广告经营许可证号 3301004000080 定 价 9 . 00 元 目录 2018 1 总期第 876 期 - - 1英语画刊 温暖人生 因 为 一 趟 柬 埔 寨 之 旅 , 美 国 大 学 生 萨 米 尔 拉 克 哈 尼 意 外 地 与 肥 皂 结 下 了 不 解之缘 。 Start from a basin A nonprofit group collects used soap from hotels to make new soap. The group is changing lives in Cambodia. Samir Lakhani was in college when he first visited Cambodia, a nation in Southeast Asia. The trip changed his life. There he saw something that alarmed him a woman in the village washing her baby with laundry powder. “ I remember quite vividly a mother bathing her newborn in a basin filled with laundry pow ⁃ der and water. It ’ s an image I ’ ll never forget, ” Lakhani recalls. “ That was scary. Laundry pow ⁃ der should not be applied directly on the skin. So I asked myself why this was happening. ” He learned that Cambodia is very poor. Most people don ’ t have clean running water to wash with. He also noticed that many Cambodians don ’ t have a basic necessity for good hygiene soap. For many of them, a bar of soap is a luxury they cannot afford. “ First is a f f o r d ab i l i t y ( 负 担 能 力 ) . If you ’ re earning only 1 . 50 every single day, you ’ re not goin g to spend 1 of your daily wage on an imported bar of luxury soap. They ’ re going to p r i o r i t i z e ( 优 先 考 虑 ) feeding their families. And if they can afford soap, they will pick the least expen ⁃ sive option, which is usually harmful on the skin. “ The second reason is access. The demand is so low, shopkeep ⁃ ers and local markets have stopped stocking soap. The last reason is, very simply, because many Cambodians don ’ t really understand where illness and disease come from. They don ’ t really take the right steps to keep themselves healthy. And that includes use of bar soap. ” Thus children living in rural areas are vu l n e r ab l e ( 易 患 病 的 ) to disease simply because they are unable to wash their hands. “ This contributes to widespread preventable illness, ” Lakhani says. He decided to help solve that problem. Soap for All Lakhani figured out a way to save used soap and give it a sec ⁃ Samir Lakhani Samir Lakhani Samir Lakhani More than Soap More than Soap More than Soap - - 2英语画刊 ond life. His idea was to recycle used soap. “ I immediately returned to my guest house in town and went to the local market, ” says Lakhani. “ I got a full set of food u t e n s i l s ( 餐 具 ) , all the way from a meat grinder to buckets for water, and meat c l e a ve r s ( 切 肉 刀 ) and potato peelers, so that I could try to come up with a s an i t a r y ( 卫生的 ) recycling process. “ I can ’ t imagine what the housekeepers must have thought, ” Lakhani continues, laughing. “ That I was running a butcher shop out of their hotel, probably. ” Cambodia is home to a big tourism industry. The country ’ s many hotels use large amounts of soap. A hotel can produce 150 pounds of soap waste every month. He would ask the hotels to donate used soap. Then he would turn it into new bars to give to people. The project grew quickly. It became the Eco - Soap Bank. Workers from the nonprofit group visit hotels each month to collect used soap. They take it to a recycling plant, where it is cleaned. Then it is chopped up, mixed together, and put through a press. From bits of old soap emerge brand - new bars and liquid soap. Eco - Soap Bank ’ s work is based in Cambodia and largely run by Cambodians. When asked the benefits of being in the same country, Lakhani says “ It has a ton of benefits, the first one being able to very quickly respond to outbreaks, such a c h o l e r a ( 霍 乱 ) . Almost immediately, w e ’ re able to use our soap. Another overlooked benefit is the opportunity to be able to hire local em ⁃ ployees. ” “ Our soap recyclers are all local women who were striving to find some source of reliable, predictable incomes. They face i m m e n s e ( 巨 大 的 ) hardship. And unless someone is willing to in ⁃ vest in their future, it ’ s hard to crawl out of that. The women that we employ currently have been able to provide for their entire families, pay down debt and resume education for their chil ⁃ dren. We believe very firmly in the intellectual capabilities of our staff members. We provide them with free daily English classes and other business skills training. ” The soap is distributed to aid groups. Some bars are also given to local women. They sell it in their villages at an affordable price. This allows the women to earn money to support their fam ⁃ ilies. “ And the second type of employee can work from home or they can work from their own store. We give them a free supply of our soap to sell, generate incomes for them and their families, and also generally promote hygiene in the community. ” More than Soap While there are similar programs that recycle ho ⁃ tel soap, Lakhani ’ s focus in Cambodia is unique. To ⁃ day, the organization has four recycling centers across the country, providing jobs to 35 local women. So - - 3英语画刊 ( 李吉宵 摘编 ) far, more than 650 , 000 people have benefited from the group ’ s soap and hygiene education. “ What I love most is that we are killing three birds with one stone, ” Lakhani says. “ We are keeping waste out of landfills, employing locals and spreading soap all over the country. ” Getting the soap to people is only part of the Eco - Soap Bank ’ s mission. Hygiene education is a top p r i o r i t y ( 优先考虑的事 ) . “ We don ’ t want to go into a village that has never seen soap before in their entire lives, hand them a bar or bottle of recycled soap and then simply leave, ” Lakhani says. “ We want to make sure that we ’ re actually educating people and helping to change the culture around hygiene and health. We want to equip the younger generation with the opportu ⁃ nity to keep themselves healthy. ” The Eco - Soap Bank also helps the environment. The soap it collects would otherwise wind up in dumps and landfills. The group has accomplished much. But Lakhani has even more ambitious plans. Lack of hygiene is not something that ’ s unique only to Cambodia. It ’ s seen across the devel ⁃ oping world. The developing world is also home to some of the busiest tourism centers in the world. Lakhani can assume that they ’ re producing equally large amounts of used soap that should be redirected to the people who need it. “ We want to start Eco - Soap Banks in every tourist region around the world, ” he says. It ’ s a big goal. But Lakhani is co m m i t t e d ( 坚 定 的 ) . He wants to help people take their health into their own hands one bar of soap at a time. Lakhani encourages anyone interested in helping out to get involved with the work being done at the Eco - Soap Bank, or to go out and start their own humanitarian projects based on the issues they ’ re most passionate about, emphasizing that anything is possi ⁃ ble. “ I really do believe anyone can take the future into their very own hands, ” Lakhani says. “ When you look at the world ’ s despair and the world ’ s overall problems, it ’ s horrible. But I real ⁃ ly do believe that whatever the mission is to make the world cleaner, healthier, more e c o n o m i - cal l y v i ab l e ( 经 济 可 行 的 ) young people can do it themselves by relying on their own instincts and their own t e n a c i t y ( 不屈不挠 ) . ” - - 4英语画刊 影视天地 蜘 蛛 侠 英 雄 归 来 是 2017 年 漫 威 影 业 与 哥 伦 比 亚 影 业 联 合 出 品 的 一 部 科 幻 动 作 电 影 , 由 乔 恩 沃 茨 执 导 , 汤 姆 赫 兰 德 、 迈 克 尔 基 顿 、 小 罗 伯 特 唐 尼 等 主 演 , 讲 述 了 彼 得 帕 克 在 超 级 英 雄 身 份 与 高中生活之间面临的抉择 。 Plot Summary After his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May. Under the watchfu l eye of his new mentor Iron - Man Tony St ark, Peter tries to prove himself to be more than just a friendly neighborhood Spider - Man. He doesn ’ t want to fall back into his normal daily routine. Then, the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened. Quotes Tony Stark Can ’ t you just be a friendly neighbor ⁃ hood Spider - Man Adrian Too mes Vulture The rich, the powerful, like Stark, they don ’ t care about us The world ’ s changed boys, time we c hange too Aunt May [to Peter] You need to stop carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. Peter Parker So, to become an Avenger, are there like trials or an interview Tony Stark You just don ’ t do anything I would do. and definitely don ’ t do anything I wouldn ’ t do. There ’ s a little gray area in there and that ’ s where you ope rate. Peter Parker I ’ m nothing without the suit Tony Stark If you ’ re nothing without the suit, then you sho uldn ’ t have it. Peter Parker I ’ m sick of Mr. Stark treating me like a kid. Ned Leeds But you are a kid. Peter Parker Yeah. A kid who can stop a bus with his bare hands. 英语画刊 Spider Spider Spider - - - Man Man Man Homecoming Homecoming Homecoming - - 5英语画刊 ( 简书瑶 编译 ) 英语画刊 剧情简介 在 与 复 仇 者 联 盟 经 历 了 大 战 之 后 , 彼 得 回 到 了 家 里 , 和 他 的 婶 婶 梅 住 在 一 起 。 在 他 的 新 导 师 钢 铁 侠 托 尼 斯 塔 克 的 监 视 下 , 彼 得 试 图 证 明 自 己 不 仅 仅 是 一 个 友 好 的 邻 家 英 雄 蜘 蛛 侠 。 他 不 想 回 到 普 通 的 日 常 生 活 中 去 。 随 后 , 新 反 派 秃 鹫 出 现 了 , 彼 得 所 珍 视 的 一 切 都 将受到威胁 。 经典台词 托 尼 斯 塔 克 你 就 不 能 只 做 一 个 友 好 的 邻 家 英 雄 蜘蛛侠 吗 艾 德 里 安 图 姆 斯 ( 秃 鹫 ) 有 钱 的 人 , 有 权 的 人 , 像 斯塔 克那 样的 , 他们 才不 会在 乎我 们 小子 , 世界 在变 , 我们也得 变 梅婶 ( 对 彼 得 说 ) 别 把 所 有 的 重 担 都 压 在 自 己 的 身 上 。 彼 得 帕 克 所 以 , 要 想 加 入 复 仇 者 联 盟 , 有 什 么 考 验或者面试之类的吗 托尼 斯塔 克 别冒 险做 那些 我做 的事 , 更别 冒险 做 那些 我不 会去 做的 事 。 这中 间有 一个 灰色 区域 , 你就 好 好待在那儿 就行了 。 彼得 帕克 没了这战衣我就一无是处了 托尼 斯塔 克 如果 没有 了战 衣你 就一 无是 处 , 那你 就不配拥 有它 。 彼得 帕克 我受够了斯 塔克先生老是把我当成一个孩子 。 内德 利兹 可你就是一个孩子 。 彼得 帕克 是的 。 一个可以徒手让一辆公车停下的孩子 。 - - 6英语画刊 时文阅读 你 一 定 经 历 过 这 样 的 时 刻 你 最 爱 的 节 目 就 要 开 始 了 , 却 发 现 怎 么 也 找 不 着 遥 控 器 别 担 心 , 因 为 遥 控 器 即 将成为过去式了 End for End for End for TV Remote TV Remote TV Remote Televisions could soon be controlled by a wave of the hand using new technology developed at a UK university. Researchers have created the Matchpoint system that makes it possible to interact with screens simply by using body movements or waving objects. It lets users change the channel, ad ⁃ just the volume or access their TV guide simply by moving their hand or even an everyday ob ⁃ ject like a cup of tea. Computer scientists at Lancaster University developed the new technology, which has echoes of the 2002 science fiction b l o c kb u st e r ( 大 片 ) Minority Report . Actor Tom Cruise uses arm and hand gestures to m a n i p u l at e ( 操纵 ) screen images. While the film itself is set in the year 2054 , the breakthrough means it could become a real ⁃ ity much sooner. Requiring only a simple w e b c am ( 网 络 摄 像 头 ) , Matchpoint works by displaying moving tar ⁃ gets that orbit a small circular “ w i d g e t ( 小部件 ) ” in the corner of the screen. As well as televisions, the technology can also be used with other screens. Team leader Christopher Clarke, a Ph.D. student at the university ’ s School of Computing and Communications, said “ Our method allows for a much more user - friendly experience where you can change channels without having to put down your drink, or change your position, wheth ⁃ er that is relaxing on the sofa or standing in the kitchen following a recipe. “ Everyday objects in the house can now easily become remote controls so there are no more f r an t i c ( 疯 狂 的 ) searches for remote controls when your favourite programme is about to start on another channel, and now everyone in the room has the ‘ remote ’ . “ You could even change the channel with your pet cat. ” ( 付 峰 摘编 ) - - 7英语画刊 时文阅读 The next time your brain re ⁃ fuses to recall a simple fact or name, be thankful. That ’ s because it could be a sign that your brain is getting rid of unnecessary infor ⁃ mation so that it can operate more efficiently, and help you make bet ⁃ ter decisions, according to Universi ⁃ ty of Toronto professors Blake Richards and Paul Frankland. The researchers say there are numerous studies on how the brain stores information. However, it is only lately that scientists have begun paying attention to forgetting. That ’ s because like us all, scientists also thought that our inability to recall facts was due to a failure mechanism in the brain. In 2013 , Frankland and his team discovered that new n e u r o n s ( 神 经 元 ) o ve r w r i t e ( 覆 盖 ) old memories while combining with the h i p p o cam p u s ( 海 马 体 ) a region of the brain that plays an important role in learning and remembering. Richards and Frankland have a theory on why the brain spends so much energy erasing memories. They believe forgetting old information makes the brain more efficient. “ Evolution shaped our memory not to win a t r i vi a g am e ( 益 智 问 答 游 戏 ) , but to make smart decisions, ” says Richards. “ And when you look at what ’ s needed to make smart decisions, we would argue that it ’ s healthy to forget some things. ” The scientists say what the brain decides to forget is determined by our daily life. An exam ⁃ ple Richards gives is that of our brains tend to forget phone numbers. He said “ Instead of stor ⁃ ing this information that our phones can store for us, our brains are f r e e d u p ( 空 出 来 ) to store the memories that actually do matter for us. ” In fact, the researcher encourages people to free up their brains by exercising regularly. While that may cause you to lose some memories, Richards believes, “ They ’ re exactly those de ⁃ tails that don ’ t actually matt/p

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