Histories make men wise; poets witty; the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep; moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to contend. (Francis Bacon) 读史使人明智，读诗使人灵秀，数学使人周密，科学使人深刻，伦理使人庄重，逻辑修辞使人善辩。
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Energy imports and consumptions must be reduced, competition enhanced by rigid enforcement of pertinent laws, and general monetary growth retained.
What John said made his wife stare with mouth open.
And now, you who have so long been bound to the most narrow and material views, you who have denied the virtue of transcendental medicine, you who have always derided your superiors—behold!
Not infrequently does the septuagenarian walk over a long distance to Darning Lake Park.
No law-breakers can go unpunished.
(1) Seeking pleasure is like drinking poisoned wine.
(2) His statement is nothing but a left-handed compliment.
1. The runaway inflation is back on track. And the talks about it are occupying the story-of-the-spot. But to say that an effective remedy for the ailment is already in the pipeline would be going far down the road. One might say, however, that they have crossed a new threshold. Each of the candidates is claiming credit for this in the hope that the popularity of the advance will rub off on him.
2. The film star lent his name to the efforts to raise money to help the flood victims. 【答案】这位电影明星以个人名义努力募款，以帮助洪涝灾民。
3. We were stranded on the mountain all night and the arrival of the rescue party was a sight for sore eyes.
4. When Anne wore her short dress at the party, she raised several eyebrows.
5. Stop beating about the bush and tell me what is really wrong.
1. “He is a fool who can not be angry, but he is really a wise man who will not.”The habit of keeping pleasant is indeed better than an income of a thousand dollars a year. The life without cheerfulness is like the severe winter without the sun.
2. Nothing to do but work,
Nothing to eat but food,
Nothing to wear but clothes,
To keep one from going nude. (Benjamin Franklin King)
3. The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comforts and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. 【答案】最终衡量一个人，不是看他在舒适和顺利的时刻站在哪儿，而是看他在受到非难和
4. One is never as unhappy as one thinks, nor as happy as one hopes. (La Rochefoucauld)
And then she would bid the girls hold up their heads; who, to conceal nothing, were certainly very handsome. Mere outside is so trifling a circumstance with me that I should scarcely have remembered to mention it, had it not been a general topic of conversation in the country. Olivia, now about eighteen, had that luxuriancy of beauty with which painters generally draw Hebe; open, sprightly, and commanding. Sophia's features were not so striking at first, but often did more certain execution, for they were soft, modest, and alluring. The one vanquished by a single blow, the other by efforts successively repeated. (Oliver Goldsmith: The Vicar of Wakefield)