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blessing in disguise

Day 1玖(Review)-克罗地亚共和国(Republic of Croatia)语学习打卡
Date:9th Oct 10:00-10:30
Topic:EC交流当中
Review two idioms: Giving commands/Blessing in Disguise

Chapter 7 Failure Is the Way Forward

something that at first seems bad, but later turns out to be fortunate

I want you to marry the princess.
Anyway, you know computers and I want you to work with Stanley.
Stop wasting my hard-earned money.
Stop watching TV and do your homework!
Make sure to be concise and answer questions directly.
Make sure to lock up on your way out.
Don't touch my hair, man!
"Don't argue with me. I was in the jar," the genie said angrily.
Next, always remember to walk around the machine before you use it.

一、问答

blessing [ˈblesɪŋ] 表示多个美好的意愿或祝福,本意为“保佑”。

Blessing in Disguise.
It's something that seems bad at first but results in something good.
His car accident was a blessing in disguise; he got huge money from car insurance.
Losing that job was a blessing in disguise because I got a better paying job.
The typhoon was a blessing in disguise; it stopped the forest fire.

  1. How would you define “failure”?

disguise [dɪsˈgaɪz] 在此处当做名词,表示“伪装;用作伪装的东西”,实际便是3个美好的事物但初始大家并不以为它美好。

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Failure is you didn’t reach your goals.

据此,那个短语的情致正是某事固然未有如约你好好境况下发生,可是却不料收获了更加好的结果。

  1. How failure could be a blessing in disguise? Please include a story of yours.

Missing the train was a blessing in disguise, for if Ihadn‘t, I wouldn’t have met my future husband。

The first time I attended MBA examination, I failed. The second year I spent more time to prepare it, and worked harder on it, so I passed finally. The first failure is a blessing in disguise.

错开那趟高铁反而让自身因祸得福了,倘诺自个儿并没错过的话,笔者就不会遇上自身今后的哥们了。

  1. Who/What made us tend to avoid failure?

A: I heard you failed your English exam。

Our education system and our overbearing or critical parents made us tend to avoid failure, because they judge based on performance and punishes those who don’t do well.

本人据说您葡萄牙语考试考砸了。

  1. Do you have any “VCR questions”? And what are they?

B: Yeah, but I think it was a blessing in disguise。

I remember when I was in primary school, my parent bought a new VCR, I was the only one in my family who knew how to use it, because I had tried every button. But when I grew up, I found my daughter was more practiced on these things. Most of time I just sit, stare and shake my head.

不错,可是塞翁失马,焉知非福。

  1. Have you done “do something” recently? Or are you going to do some “do something”?

A: Why do you think that?

Just like writing note, at beginning, we don’t know what the chapter is talking about. We just write several words or sentences. Than the more we read, the better we can understand the author’s main points.

您为啥那样说?

二、感想

B: I decided that I don’t want to be a translator。 I want to be a dentist instead! I love teeth!

If someone is better than you at something, then it’s likely because she has failed at it more than you have. If someone is worse than you, it’s likely because he hasn’t been through all of the painful learning experiences you have.

本人决定不当一名翻译了,笔者想要做一名牙医,作者太喜欢牙齿了!

别的成功都来自无多次的曲折。若是某人比你成功,她大概比你经历了愈来愈多的失利。假若某人比不上你,那么她只怕还未曾您经历的倒闭多。

And then we have all the mass media that constantly expose us to stellar success after success, while not showing us the thousands of hours of dull practice and tedium that were required to achieve that success.

大家全体媒体都以在通信成功人员,很少有报纸发表他们获得成功在此以前所经历的数千个钟头枯燥的勤学苦练。

It’s only when we feel intense pain that we’re willing to look at our values and question why they seem to be failing us.

作者们连年在认为绝望时,才会再一次审视大家的守旧,才会去思索大家怎么会停业。

三、字词

  1. How failure could be a blessing in disguise?

a blessing in disguise 塞翁失马,焉知非福;有益的惨遗精历

如:Being laid off was a blessing in disguise to me.

  1. Another large share of it comes from overbearing or critical parents who don’t let their kids screw up on their own often enough and instead punish them for trying anything new or not preordained.

Overbearing always trying to control other people without considering their wishes or feelings 好指使人的

本条词用来形容中夏族民共和国大人再适合不过了

Preordained if something is preordained, it is certain to happen in the future because God or fate has decided it 命中已然的,上帝安顿的

  1. Two hundred crappy words per day, that’s it.”

crappy 蹩脚的;不佳的;没价值的

如:The crappy food is difficult to digest.

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