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[置顶] 關於來這裡要注意的事(置頂/想到就更新)

2011-9-30 22:26:23 阅读363 评论0 302011/09 Sept30

1.羽絨外套要一件 薄外套一件 其他就隨便 但是在下雨天 衣服比較不容易乾 所以請記得多帶幾件衣服替換

我的話就請我媽多寄了兩件來 所以下半身還好 記得帶運動褲 舒服 又可以當睡褲 當然平常上課也可以穿運動褲

2.slippers非常重要!!拖鞋大人 我不能沒有你啊!!早知道把我的大白帶來了!!而且宿霧太平洋航空可以穿脫鞋上飛機~我後悔了

我穿來的運動鞋自從我第一天之後就再也沒穿過.....我還帶了雪靴.....後悔中.....

3.上課不用書包 大家課本拿了就走 所以千萬別帶書包 多重的我自己就是這樣 帶了三個包 結果常用的只有一個半

4.記得帶自動鉛筆跟橡皮擦跟筆心 還有筆記本基本建議是四本筆記 當然你要選擇到五堂課的話 就建議五本筆記 盡量是線圈筆記 要撕方便

5.千萬不要帶寬頻線 用不到 多重的.....後悔中.....

6.出關之前我丟了兩把小剪刀 以為沒剪刀了 結果到了JIC才發現我還有一把還有一把美工刀 都沒丟 結果還是過關了

7胃本來就不好的人 像我 胃藥要準備非常充足 還有止瀉也不能忘記 還有暈車藥 切記不要忘了 因為在JIC這裡要出去玩的話 會做很晃的公車 暈車藥是必要 不然會很難受 我可是經驗過來人 不過還好跟我們去的有老師 所以非常感謝老師幫忙買暈車藥喔

8.可以準備一些台灣味的東西送你喜歡 或幫忙你很多的人

9.浴室有使用技巧

作者  | 2011-9-30 22:26:23 | 阅读(363) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Looking A Gift Horse In The Mouth"

2011-12-3 8:40:59 阅读222 评论1 32011/12 Dec3

Looking A Gift Horse In The Mouth ( questioning the value of something you have received for free ... )

You are looking a gift horse in the mouth when you receive a gift and then you question the value of that gift. Example: "This shirt you gave me is not my favorite brand." Reply: "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth! That was the best they had."

You are like a person who has been given a horse as a gift (a gift-horse) and you are looking into the horse's mouth to see if it is in good health. Example: "Here is your drink." Reply: "Oh, I hate this kind." Answer: "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth."

You should

作者  | 2011-12-3 8:40:59 | 阅读(222) |评论(1) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Curiosity Killed The Cat"

2011-12-1 10:33:51 阅读169 评论0 12011/12 Dec1

Curiosity Killed The Cat ( curiosity can be dangerous ... )

Curiosity killed the cat reminds us that being too curious can be dangerous. Example: "What do you think is down that dark street?" Reply: "I would rather not find out. Curiosity killed the cat."

Curiosity killed the cat recalls a story in which "the cat" was killed because he was too curious and followed "curiosity" too far. Example: "That reporter has been asking a lot of questions and the boss doesn't like it." Reply: "Curiosity killed the cat."

Cats are curious animals that like to investigate, but their curiosity can take them places

作者  | 2011-12-1 10:33:51 | 阅读(169) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Tie The Knot"

2011-11-29 17:45:06 阅读204 评论0 292011/11 Nov29

Tie The Knot ( get married ... )

When two people get married, they "tie the knot." Example: "After dating for five years, we finally decided to tie the knot." When you tie "a" knot you wrap two pieces of rope around each other in a certain way so that they will not come apart. When you tie "the" knot you make a promise that you will stay together with one person whom you love. Example: "Did you hear about Dan and Jenny? They finally decided to tie the knot." Two people are like two ropes and they get married to tie "the knot" which keeps them together. Example: "So, when are you two going to tie the knot?"

作者  | 2011-11-29 17:45:06 | 阅读(204) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Better Late (Than Never)"

2011-11-28 22:19:25 阅读212 评论0 282011/11 Nov28

Better Late (Than Never) ( it is better to do something late than to not do it at all ... )

Better late than never means that it is better to do something late than to never do it at all. Example: "The movie has already started. Do you still want to go in?" Reply: "Sure. Better late than never!"

Better late than never is often used as a polite way to respond when a person says "sorry" for being late. Example: "Sorry I was late for the meeting today. I got stuck in traffic." Reply: "That's okay. Better late than never."

Better late than never means that even if you are going to be late, you should

作者  | 2011-11-28 22:19:25 | 阅读(212) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Can't Cut The Mustard"

2011-11-27 7:18:24 阅读220 评论3 272011/11 Nov27

Can't Cut The Mustard ( not good enough to participate ... )

When you are not able to perform at the required level, you can't cut the mustard. Example: "Did you hear that Williams got fired?" Reply: "Yes. He couldn't cut the mustard."

It is as if cutting "the mustard" were some test that you had to pass in order to belong. If you can't cut the mustard, you are not allowed to participate. Example: "Bob dropped out of medical school." Reply: "Why?" Answer: "He just couldn't cut the mustard."

If you don't work hard enough, or if you just aren't good enough, you can't cut the mustard. Example: "So, do you

作者  | 2011-11-27 7:18:24 | 阅读(220) |评论(3) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "The Early Bird (Catches The Worm)"

2011-11-26 9:56:06 阅读282 评论0 262011/11 Nov26

The Early Bird (Catches The Worm) ( being early leads to success ... )

The early bird catches the worm means that the person who arrives early will be successful. Example: "I always come early to work. The early bird catches the worm!"

When birds are competing to catch one worm, the bird that arrives early will catch the worm. Example: "From now on, I am waking up at six. The early bird catches the worm."

At times there is only one "worm" and only one "bird" can catch it, so the bird to arrive early catches the worm. Example: "My brother started

作者  | 2011-11-26 9:56:06 | 阅读(282) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover"

2011-11-24 6:59:30 阅读188 评论1 242011/11 Nov24

You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover ( don't make judgments based only on appearances ... )

You can't judge a book by its cover means that before you can judge something, you need to take a deeper, closer look at it. Example: "He dresses in plain clothes and drives an old car. Who would know he is the richest man in town?" Reply: "You can't judge a book by its cover."

The value of something is not always obvious from what we see on the surface, so we should save our judgments until we have more experience. Example: "That professor may seem slow and awkward, but don't judge a book by its cover. He is one of the brightest minds in his field."

作者  | 2011-11-24 6:59:30 | 阅读(188) |评论(1) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Nose Out Of Joint"

2011-11-23 16:29:39 阅读174 评论0 232011/11 Nov23

Nose Out Of Joint ( upset about what happened ... )

Your "nose is out of joint" when the look on your face and the way you act shows other people that you are upset.

Example: "What's wrong with him?" Answer: "His nose is out of joint because we forgot to invite him to the party."

Although a nosecannot actually be "out of joint", the way a finger or an arm comes out of joint, a person who is upset may have a strange look on their face until they recover.

Example: "What happened was an accident; there is no reason for you to have your nose out of joint." Another example: "We were only joking; don't get your nose out of jo

作者  | 2011-11-23 16:29:39 | 阅读(174) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Beating A Dead Horse"

2011-11-22 7:32:04 阅读204 评论0 222011/11 Nov22

Beating A Dead Horse ( forcing an issue that is already closed ... )

You are beating a dead horse when you insist on talking about something that cannot be changed. Example: "I'd like to talk with you again about what happened." Reply: "Oh, come on. Let's not beat a dead horse."

Beating a dead horse is an action that has no purpose, because no matter how hard or how long you beat a dead horse, it is not going to get up and run. Example: "Let's not talk about it any more. Okay?" Reply: "You're right. We're just beating a dead horse."

To repeatedly bring up a particular topic with no chance of affecting the outcome is beating

作者  | 2011-11-22 7:32:04 | 阅读(204) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Biting The Hand That Feeds You"

2011-11-21 11:03:15 阅读283 评论0 212011/11 Nov21

Biting The Hand That Feeds You ( hurting a person who has been helping you ... )

To "bite the hand that feeds you" is to harm someone who has been helping you. Example: "We treat each of our customers with the greatest respect here. We never bite the hand that feeds us." If you feed an animal and it bites you on the handyou will probably not feed it again. If you forget that a person has been doing something to help you, and you harm the relationship, you are "biting the hand that feeds you". Example: "We have been your best customers for years. And suddenly you treat us so rudely? You should never bite the hand that feeds yo

作者  | 2011-11-21 11:03:15 | 阅读(283) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining"

2011-11-20 21:25:05 阅读183 评论1 202011/11 Nov20

Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining ( be hopeful because difficult times always lead to better days ... )

Every cloud has a silver lining means that you should never feel hopeless because difficult times always lead to better days.Example: "What am I going to do? My girlfriend has left me again!" Reply: "Don't worry. It will be all right. Every cloud has a silver lining."

Difficult times are like dark clouds that pass overhead and block the sun. When we look more closely at the edges of every cloud we can see the sun shining there like a silver lining. Example: "I found a new job after all, and I like this one even better than the last."

作者  | 2011-11-20 21:25:05 | 阅读(183) |评论(1) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Barking Up The Wrong Tree"

2011-11-19 21:01:55 阅读191 评论4 192011/11 Nov19

Barking Up The Wrong Tree ( looking for something in the wrong place ... )

When you are looking for something that is not where you are looking, you are "barking up the wrong tree." Example: "I know you think I stole your umbrella. But really, I don't have it. You are barking up the wrong tree."

You are like a dog that is barking up at a tree that has nothing in it. This may also mean trying to find the answer to some problem by using the wrong approach. Example: "I have been trying to solve this one problem for an hour. I really do not know how to do it." Reply: "Yes, I can see that. You've been barking up the wrong tree."

作者  | 2011-11-19 21:01:55 | 阅读(191) |评论(4) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Cross Your Fingers"

2011-11-19 10:51:56 阅读166 评论0 192011/11 Nov19

Cross Your Fingers ( hoping it happens that way ... )

An old superstition says that if you cross your fingers (usually two fingers of the same hand) it will bring good luck. Example: "I don't know what I will get for my birthday, but I am crossing my fingers that it will be a bicycle."

You cross your fingers when you try to make something happen by wishing that it will happen. A common saying: "Let's cross our fingers and hope for the best." Example: "Good luck on your test tomorrow. We'll be crossing our fingers for you!" Reply: "Thanks."

The meaning of don't cross your fingers changes

作者  | 2011-11-19 10:51:56 | 阅读(166) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

Today's Idiom = "Everything But Kitchen Sink"

2011-11-19 10:50:27 阅读164 评论0 192011/11 Nov19

Everything But Kitchen Sink ( almost everything has been included ... )

Everything but the kitchen sink is what you brought with you when you included almost everything you could think to bring.Example: "Wow, your suitcase is huge. What do you have in there? Everything but the kitchen sink?"

When we we are deciding what to bring with us, we try to take everything possible. But some things, like the kitchen sink, are just not convenient. Example: "Every time we go camping my wife packs everything but the kitchen sink."

Everything but the kitchen sink means that you included almost everything you could

作者  | 2011-11-19 10:50:27 | 阅读(164) |评论(0) | 阅读全文>>

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