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1. Don't cross the bridge till you get to it.
2. At this stage there is only soft intelligence about the enemy intention. We should not shoot him from the hip.
3. Cheerful, efficient and warm-hearted, they will do everything to make your journey smooth and comfortable.
4. The Chinese are justifiably proud of their economic achievements in recent years.
5. He talked with understandable pride of his daughter's achievements.
6. The sight and sound of the army jeeps filled the little boy with special longing.
7. Stubbornness has always characterized her way of negotiating.
8. They signed two agreements that served to warm up the relationship between their two countries.
9. His very appearance at any affair proclaims it a triumph.
10. He was snuffed by the top-ranking officials there.
11. On many occasions top executives devote more time to screening potential partners in financial terms than in human terms.
12. It is the university, with its 15,000 students, dozens of colleges, and its large numbers of museums, churches, libraries, gardens, and offices, that dominates the look and temperament of the city of Oxford.
13. As we discuss our differences, neither of us will compromise our principles. But while we cannot close the gulf between us, we can try to bridge it so that we may be able to talk across it.
14. All she had to do was sweeping, dusting and cleaning and could get 2 pounds for one hour.
15. Everything was a on a larger scale for him, the highs were higher, the lows lower.
16. Thus he grew in body and soul.
17. My grandfather used to tell me that one got more enjoyment out of one hour's fruitful work than out of ten hours' meaningless recreation.
18. She opened her eyes. They were filled with tears.
19. The university is full of people having four-star abilities with five-star ambitions.
20. Instead we continued to embellish （v.修饰）the cover story, walking blindly into his trap.
21. After years of working as an accountant in a small company, she now decided to quit the job and immigrate to Australia, where she hoped she could start again.
22. The decision to veto against the proposal was not taken lightly.
23. He was regarded as a strong candidate in the coming general election, even though he had not made up his mind yet whether to take part in the election or not.
24. Modern skyscrapers began to appear in the city, / taking away much of its ancient charm and mystery, / which was considered as a great pity by many people.
25. Everybody took it for granted that after what had happened, he would surely take the blame and resign.
26. Such a chance was denied her simply because she was a married woman.
27. Such things couldn't long escape notice.
28. He thinks he's the bee's knees.
29. He made the sound of sympathy which deeply hurt her because it was the kind of sound that came too readily from those who never knew what hardship
30. Occasionally there would be days when both of them were free and would together spend a day in their cottage on the edge of the moors.
31. After dinner, the four key negotiators resumed their talks, which continued well into the night.
32. She had talked to the Head of the Department about her worries, who assured her that nothing could possibly go wrong.
33. He took the idea to the manager, who liked it and ordered an investigation to see if it could be applied to their auto production.
34. Because we are both prepared to proceed on the basis of equality and mutual respect, we meet at a moment when we can make peaceful cooperation a reality.
35. So while I have sympathy for these fellows who reacted against the formality of their predecessors, I think they went too far.
36. British newspapers-all of them some of the time, and some of them almost all the time-behave badly in two ways. They intrude unnecessarily into people's privacy; and they publish inaccurate, sometimes made-up stories.
48. 我的祖父曾跟我说过，一个人从一个小时的有成效的工作中得到的快乐比从十个小时 的无聊的娱乐中所得到的快乐还多 。
67. 英国的报纸有两种恶行:- 是无端侵犯别人的私生活; 二是刊登失实的有时甚至是无中生有的报道。所有的报纸都无一例外,有的偶尔为之,有的则几乎天天如此。
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84. 无知是羡慕的根源 ，也是恐惧
85. 1999 年 12 月 20 日,中国恢复对澳门行使主权。
91. To face the powder and not to powder the face.
92. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
93. An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening.
94. I guessed vaguely from my mother's signs that something unusual was about to happen.
95. The most important day I remember in all my life is the one on which my teacher came to me.
96. Not like others, he chose to stay in front of his computer to welcome the New Millenium.
97. Many Chinese people watched the handing over ceremony without missing a single detail.
98. Then with a bag of toys and books, we walked across the garden in the gray light of the dawn.
99. The paper said editorially that it is against the United Nations Charter to attempt to solve the crisis in the region with military force.
100. When he felt the potential threat this young man might pose to his marriage, his instinct was to get away from him as soon as possible.
101. This is the way I am, and try as I might, haven't been able to change.
102. He shrugged shoulders, shook head, cast up two eyes, and said nothing.
103. He is a complicated man in character, sometimes easy going, sometimes unreasonable.
104. I had never thought I'd got so involved in a movie and didn't feel bored after watching it three times. But this time I was.
105. She looked younger than her age, for she had had an easy life.
106. They say he lost his father at a very early age. He has achieved what he has got today all through his own efforts.
107. Ignorance is the mother of fear as well as of admiration.
108. On December 20，1999,China resumed the exercise of sovereignty over Macao.
109. He didn't even try to conceal his dislike for her heavy make-up.
110. Once they had been accepted by the organization, there was no way they could get rid of its control.
111. I told him to report to me after the job was completed, no matter how late it was.
112. He was extra polite (extra polite adj.非常客气的, 非常有礼貌的)to his superiors lest something adverse might be written into his records.
113. Few of us are prepared to admit to being happy for fear that we will be thought stupid.
Translate English paragraphs into Chinese.
1． On the afternoon of that eventful day, I stood on the porch, dumb, expectant. I guessed vaguely from my mother's signs and from the hurrying to and fro in the house that something unusually was about to happen, so I went to the door and waited on the steps. The afternoon sun penetrated the mass of honeysuckle (n.[植]忍冬) that covered the p
orch, and fell on my upturned(adj.朝上的) face. My fingers lingered (v.逗留,游移) almost unconsciously on the familiar leaves and blossoms which had just come forth to greet the sweet southern spring.
2． True words are not embellished (embellish v.修饰),
The embellished words are not true.
A good man does not quibble (vt.对...诡辩);
He who quibbles is not good.
A man of true learning does not show off (show off v.炫耀, 卖弄, 使显眼)his learning.
He who shows off his learning does not have true learning.
The sage does not store up(store up储藏).
Helping others as best as he can.
He is helped even more.
Giving others as much as he can,
He becomes richer and richer still.
3． No young man believes he shall ever die. There is a feeling of Eternity in youth, which makes us amend for every thing. To be young is to be one of the Immortal Gods. One half of time indeed is flown-the other half remains in store for us with all its countless treasures; for there is no line drawn, and we see no limit to our hopes and wishes.
2 信言不美， 美言不信。善者不辩，辩者不善。知者不博， 博者不知。