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  • 1. It’s a Pleasure./ A pleasure与You are welcome.等习语意义相同,用于当别人对你说Thank you. 时,即“不用谢”。例如: -Thank you for coming to see me .... With pleas
     
    
    1. It’s a Pleasure./ A pleasure与You are welcome.等习语意义相同,用于当别人对你说Thank you. 时,即“不用谢”。例如:

     -Thank you for coming to see me . -It’s a pleasure.-谢谢你来看我.-不用谢。

    2. With pleasure与All right, No problem. I’d like to等习语意义相同。用于别人求你做某事,你很乐意去做的时候。例如:

     -Could you post the letter for me ? -With pleasure.

     -你能否替我把这封信寄走?-愿意效劳。

    简单讲,It’s a pleasure用于事情发生之后,而with pleasure用于事情发生之前。

    3. My pleasure是相当正式的说法,意思是“我的荣幸之至”。你可以把它想成是It has been my pleasure to help you.(能够帮助你是我的荣幸。)的省略结果。这个句子还能有如下的用法:

      - "I'm glad to meet you.""The pleasure is all mine."("很高兴认识你。""哪里,我才是呢。")

      - "Could you help me for a minute?""My pleasure."("你可以帮我一下吗?""我很乐意。")
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  • Effortless English System Secret (一) ...I am so happy to write and summary this ideal right here today, I have a awesome emotion right away and I hope you will have a good pleasure with me to jou


         7 rules of Effortless English System Secret (Ⅰ)



          I am so happy to write and summary this ideal right here today, I have a awesome emotion right away and I hope you will have  a good pleasure with me to journey this kind of beautiful English world, Are you ready?


                   


                  



     Today is rule 1. Now, rule 1 is:

     Learn English phrases, not individual words.


    Abstract

         This one, just like all the other rules, is very simple, very easy. And, like the other rules, this rule is very, very powerful. So simple, so powerful. What is the rule? The rule is: always learn phrases, not individual words. So simple. 


       So a phrase is a group of words, it's not... you can have a whole sentence, but it's just a, it's even a part of a sentence. So for example, let's say, you have the word "hate", H.A.T.E., "hate", and you want to learn this new word. You can, you know, just write down the word "hate", and then you will find in your dictionary the meaning and then you'll memorize it. Hate, hate, hate, hate. That's the old way, that's the kind of text-book way, the school way. Right? In school you probably remembered a lot of individual words. You had those big vocabulary lists, you tried to memorize all of them, trying to remember all these individual single words. It's not a good way to learn.


       Much better if you learn a phrase, a group of words. And where do you find these phrases? You find these phrases in the real English podcasts that you're listening to, in the real English story books that you're reading. So you don't memorize a list in a book. No, no, no. You listen to real English and when you hear a new word you write it down. Or when you're reading a story book and you see a new word, you write it down. But do not just write down that word, you wanna write down the whole phrase or sentence that it's in. All of it.


       So instead of saying "hate", and you just write down "hate", you would say... you would write down "John hates ice-cream". You write down the whole phrase. Why do we do this? What's the power of phrases? Well, phrases give you a lot of information, much more information. 

                                                   

                                        


    Number 1

        Phrases are easier to remember, because they have meaning, they have a kind of a picture, a story, especially when you get them from something that you're reading or listening to. You'll remember it. "John hates ice-cream". You remember the whole story, you remember who John is, you remember that he had ice-cream and then you remember he hated it, he didn't like it. Right? So you have all these extra pieces of information, all this extra information helps you remember the meaning of the phrase and the meaning of that word. So it helps your memory. Much easier to remember. 




    Number 2


       There's a bonus. When you learn phrases, you are learning grammar also. You are not only learning an individual word, you're learning grammar, you're learning how to use that word correctly. You don't need to think about the grammar. You don't need to know the rules. It's automatic. This is another way that native speakers learn English grammar, because when we're children, we learn with phrases. We learn groups of words, not just one word by one word by one word. Word by word is slow and it doesn't help, and you don't learn any grammar. But when you learn a whole phrase, you write down a phrase, you're getting extra information. Maybe you don't know it, but you are. 


       For example "John hates ice-cream". Just that word, that -s on the end: "hates", right?, John hates. Well, you know from grammar study that, you know, you're... you're making the subject and the verb agree. You don't need to think about that. Just write down the phrase "John hates ice-cream" and study it, and review it. Always learn the phrase, not just that word. And so, in the future, whenever you say "he hates ice-cream", "she hates ice-cream", you will add that S, the "sss", right? because that's how you learned it. You learned it correctly. You learned it from a phrase. 


       On the other hand, if you learn it from a text book, you just learn: the word "hate" means "does not like". And you only learn that form, "hate", "hate", "hate", and you study, you study, you study, you memorize it. That's when you start making mistakes, because you learned it only this one way. You didn't learn it with other words, so sometimes you'll say "he hate ice-cream". You'll forget the S because you, you never learned it correctly in a sentence, in a phrase. 


        So, this is a very simple rule, our last rule in the course*, very, very important: every time you find a new word, always, always, always write the phrase or the sentence. When you review that word again, when you study it again, always, always, always study the entire phrase or sentence. Never study just the word, always the whole phrase. Do this every time. Your grammar will begin to improve. It'll improve much faster. And you'll remember the vocabulary faster and more easily. And you will use that vocabulary more quickly. So you get a lot of great benefits. A lot of great stuff happens when you learn phrases instead of words. So phrases, phrases, phrases. Learn them. 


    conclusion

        I hope you enjoyed the rule number one. Use this rule. Now, your homework is to get a little phrase notebook. So when you find new English vocabulary in a lesson, in something you're listening to, in a book, in an article, write down the phrase, not just one word. Write down the entire whole phrase that you find, and then review that phrase again and again each day. And you will create a notebook full of phrases, full of sentences, not individual words. Never an individual word.


           Ok, so that's rule 1, next time you'll get another secret  with rule number 2. So I will see you next time.

                  

                                                          


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  • work with用法

    2019-10-05 08:57:15
    解釋:与 ... 共事,与 ... 合作,对 ... 起作用。 I work with monotony. 我工作很单调。 ...We can't always combine work with pleasure. 我们并不总是能在工作中享受到乐趣。 He flun...

    解釋:与 ... 共事,与 ... 合作,对 ... 起作用。

    I work with monotony.cleardot.gif

    我工作很单调。

    It was a privilege to work with him.cleardot.gif

    和他在一起工作是一项殊荣。

    We can't always combine work with pleasure.cleardot.gif

    我们并不总是能在工作中享受到乐趣。

    He flung himself into his work with renewed vigor.cleardot.gif

    他又精神抖擞地投入自己的工作。

    But in fact sports and games can be of great value, especially to people who work with their brains most of the day.cleardot.gif

    但实际上,体育运动对人们益处很大,特别是对那些一天大部分时间从事脑力劳动的人类说,更是这样。

    Joe is collaborating on the work with a friend.cleardot.gif

    乔正兴一位朋友合作做那件工作。

    He is a very nice person to work with.cleardot.gif

    他是一个很好共事的人。

    I can't work with you hovering over me like that.cleardot.gif

    你那样拿不定主意,我实在无法与你合作。

    转载于:https://www.cnblogs.com/CodingPerfectWorld/archive/2010/06/21/1761969.html

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  • it is the pleasuer to open a blog here,thanks csdn. i will try to write down my experiecens in life and work, and share with everyone.let us rock and roll

    it is the pleasure to open a blog here,thanks CSDN offers a so fabulous platform . i will t write down  experience in life and work, share them  with everyone who is interested.i hope they are helpful for you. if someone want to practice English with me, if i am available,let us rock and roll.

     firstly ,let me introduce myself. since my graduation from college, it has been five years around, what a time,it is fast even i do not realize it.during these years.i just work for two companies. frankly,i almost do not the habit of  record something  these years, therefore , my writing still can not become excellent. i am turning 30 years old. there is an old saying go likes:when a man turn 30,he need to be stable in life.since i have accumulation in software development because my working is concerned it. in order to recode it .i think it is time to  write it down and keep a as a habit.

     

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    Testing web applications in developmental environments that attempt to utilize Https through unsigned certificates can be challenging, especially if you’ve never had the pleasure of working with Su
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  • I really like the API and it is a pleasure to work with. :) <p>I have a use case when the peripheral has multiple instances of a BLE service (i.e. multiple service instances with same UUID). Each ...
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