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Who was fighting?谁在打架?Mother: Freddie, why is your face so red?Freddie: I was running up the street to stop a fight.Mother: That#39;s a very nice thing to do. Who was fighting?Freddie: Me and Jackie Smith.妈妈:弗雷迪,你的脸为什么那么红?弗雷迪:我刚才在大街上跑,为的是阻止一次打架。妈妈:你做的对,谁和谁在打架。雷迪:我和杰克;史密斯。 /201201/166936。

Why Do Americans and Brits Have Different Accents?美国人英国人:口音为什么会不同?In 1776, whether you were declaring America independent from the crown or swearing your loyalty to King George III, your pronunciation would have been much the same. At that time, American and British accents hadn#39;t yet diverged. What#39;s surprising, though, is that Hollywood costume dramas get it all wrong: The Patriots and the Redcoats spoke with accents that were much closer to the contemporary American accent than to the Queen#39;s English.1776年,无论是美国人宣布国家独立或英国人宣誓效忠英王乔治三世,人们的发音都大致相同。当时,美国和英国口音尚未分化。然而,令人惊讶的是,好莱坞古装片都搞错了:爱国者美国兵和英国兵(注:美国独立战争时期英国士兵穿红色军上衣)的发音更接近当代美国口音而不是女王时期的标准英语。It is the standard British accent that has drastically changed in the past two centuries, while the typical American accent has changed only subtly.在过去的两个世纪,标准的英国口音已发生巨大变化,而典型的美国口音则只有微妙改变。Traditional English, whether spoken in the British Isles or the American colonies, was largely ;rhotic.; Rhotic speakers pronounce the ;R; sound in such words as ;hard; and ;winter,; while non-rhotic speakers do not. Today, however, non-rhotic speech is common throughout most of Britain. For example, most modern Brits would tell you it#39;s been a ;hahd wintuh.;传统英语,无论是在英伦三岛或美国殖民地,其发音大部分都带有;卷舌音; 。带卷舌音的人在说;hard(艰难); 和;winter(冬季); 这类词时,总是发出;R;音,而不带卷舌音的人则不然。然而今天,在英国大部分地区,人们说话通常都不带卷舌音。例如,大部分现在英国人会跟你说,这是一个;hahd wintuh(严冬);。It was around the time of the American Revolution that non-rhotic speech came into use among the upper class in southern England, in and around London. According to John Algeo in ;The Cambridge History of the English Language; (Cambridge University Press, 2001),this shift occurred because people of low birth rank who had become wealthy during the Industrial Revolution were seeking ways to distinguishthemselves from other commoners; they cultivated the prestigious non-rhotic pronunciation in order to demonstrate their new upper-class status.大约在美国独立战争时期,在伦敦及附近地区,英格兰南部的上层阶级之间开始用非卷舌音讲话。据约翰;艾尔吉奥在《剑桥英语史》(剑桥大学出版社,2001年)的说法,之所以发生这种转变,因为出生于低阶层的人们在工业革命时期已发家致富,他们极力寻求使自己有别于其他平民的方法;他们逐步养成久负盛名的非卷舌音发音,以显示他们的新贵地位。;London pronunciation became the prerogative of a new breed of specialists ; orthoepists and teachers of elocution. The orthoepists decided upon correct pronunciations, compiled pronouncing dictionaries and, in private and expensive tutoring sessions, drilled enterprising citizens in fashionable articulation,; Algeo wrote.艾尔吉奥写道:;伦敦发音成为专家们(正音学研究者和朗诵教师)对一种新口音的特权。正音学研究者们决定修正发音,编纂发音词典,并在私下收费高昂的辅导课上,用流行的发音方式对一些努力进取的公民进行训练;。The lofty manner of speech developed by these specialists gradually became standardized ; it is officially called ;Received Pronunciation; ; and it sp across Britain. However, people in the north of England, Scotland and Ireland have largely maintained their traditional rhotic accents.由这些专家们开发的高傲讲话方式逐渐成为标准化-被正式称为;标准发音;-在英国各地传播开来。不过,在英格兰北部、苏格兰和爱尔兰的人们大部分都还保持其传统带卷舌音的口音。Most American accents have also remained rhotic, with some exceptions: New York and Boston accents have become non-rhotic. According to Algeo, after the Revolutionary War, these cities were ;under the strongest influence by the British elite.;大多数美国人的口音也保持卷舌音,当然也有例外:纽约和波士顿口音已成为非卷舌音。据艾尔吉奥的说法,独立战争后,这些城市;受英国精英们的影响最大。; /201201/168741。

If you tell a woman a joke and get a blank look, don#39;t immediately despair.如果你给一位女士讲了个笑话,但得到的只是一个茫然的眼神,可别失望得太早。She#39;s just taking her time to understand it.她只是需要时间来领会。But if the punchline does eventually make her laugh it will be worth the wait.但如果你所说的笑话最终能她一笑,那么还是值得一等的。Scientists have found that while women are slower than men at getting jokes, they enjoy them more when the penny does drop.科研人员发现,尽管女性领会笑话比男性慢半拍,但一旦她们“恍然大悟”,会比男性更享受其中的乐趣。Research shows that women use their brain more than men to process quips and have less expectation that they will be funny.研究表明,女性在理解幽默时的用脑程度高于男性,同时她们对笑料的预期低于男性。When a joke does hit the right note, however, they derive more pleasure from it.但一旦她们发现笑话的妙处所在,则能从中得到更多的乐趣。Scientists asked ten men and ten women to look at dozens of black and white cartoons and rate them on a #39;funniness scale#39;.研究人员让十名男性和十名女性看几十张黑白卡通画,并让他们对这些画进行“趣味评级”。During the process they underwent sophisticated scans that mapped which parts of their brain were lighting up and timed how long it took them to respond to a joke.在此过程中,研究人员对受测者进行了精确的脑部扫描,以绘制出他们大脑的哪些部位被“点亮”,并对他们对一个笑话做出反应的时间进行了测定。Although the scans were largely similar, the women tended to use certain parts of their brain more than the men. These included the pre-frontal cortex, which helps us decode language and screen out irrelevancies.尽管扫描结果十分类似,但女性使用大脑特定部位的程度超过男性,其中包括帮助人们分析语言、筛除无关信息的大脑前额叶皮层。Researcher Professor Allan Reiss said: ;Our findings fit the stereotype of how men and women react to humour. We found greater activity in the pre-frontal cortex in women, indicating women are processing stimuli that involve language areas of the brain.研究人员艾伦·赖斯教授说:“我们的发现与男女对幽默的反应模式相吻合。我们发现,在处理幽默信息时女性的前额叶皮层更加活跃,这表明女性在处理刺激信息时使用了大脑的语言功能区。”The interpretation of that finding is that women tend to respond more to narrative and wordplay than slapstick.“女性对故事和文字游戏的反应比滑稽剧更强烈可以用来解释这一发现。”Analysis of a #39;feelgood#39; brain region called the nucleus accumbens also revealed that men and women have different attitudes to humour. Professor Reiss, of Stanford University in California, said: ;Women appeared to have less expectation of a reward, which in this case was the punchline of the cartoon. So when they got the joke#39;s punchline, they were more pleased about it.;对被称为“快乐感觉区”的大脑伏隔核的分析还表明,男性和女性对于幽默的态度不同。加州斯坦福大学的赖斯教授说:“女性对于回报的期待似乎更低,这在试验中相当于卡通画的笑点。所以当女性一旦领会了其中的妙处,她们会更享受其中的乐趣。”The funnier the cartoon, the more the women#39;s nucleus accumbens lit up. This was not the case for men, who seemed to expect the cartoons to be funny from the start.卡通画面越搞笑,女性大脑伏隔核被点亮的部分越多。但男性的情况却不同,他们似乎从最开始就对卡通画的趣味性抱有很大期待。The women took slightly longer than the men to react to jokes that were funny - but were quicker to spot duds.女性对有趣的笑话的反应时间比男性略长,但却能更快识破冷笑话。 /201507/388076。

Lemon and polenta cake柠檬粟米蛋糕6oz/175g unsalted butter, softened175克无盐黄油,室温下放软8oz/225g caster sugar225克糖霜7oz/200g ground almonds200克杏仁粉3 large eggs三枚大鸡蛋Zest of 4 whole lemons and juice of 14个柠檬的皮,切碎;一个柠檬的汁4oz/115g polenta115克粟米粉/玉米粉1 tsp baking powder一茶匙泡打粉(发酵用)Pinch of salt一小辍盐* Preheat the oven to 325F/160C/gas mark 3. Line an 8; (20cm) tin with baking parchment.预热烤箱至160摄氏度,将烤箱纸铺在一个8寸的蛋糕模具上。* Put all the ingredients in a food processor and whizz to a smooth batter.将所有材料混合搅匀。* Spoon into the lined tin and bake for 45-50 minutes, until a skewer pushed into the centre comes out with no uncooked batter on it. Cool in the tin.将混合物倒入模具,烘烤45-50分钟。最后可以用叉子伸入蛋糕中间试探,如果没有湿湿的、没烤熟的部分,就好了。然后等它在模具中冷却,就可以开动啦! /201211/211628。