…and a pitiful moan will go around the room.
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例句: Mike went around to see them.Mike去拜访了他们。
Apple AirPods 蓝牙无线耳麦
例句: I had got in the habit of going around with bare
例句: 伊夫(Eve)ntually we will not have enough water to go
But as a writer I’ve learned that scientific and technical material
can be made accessible to the layman.
layman 门外汉 【反义词】expert
…for expressing how we feel about things and for performing
complicated acts could do little more than fumble with sensory
inputs of the moment.
fumble with 笨手笨脚地做，胡乱摸找
I told them not to use the special vocabulary of education as a
crutch, almost any subject can be made accessible in good English.
例句: As an atheist, he believes that religion is just an emotional
crutch for the
In sports, all is writ large and writ in concrete.
1.法 令状,书 命令,传票
2.Holy Writ 圣经
3.writ (古) write 的仙逝式.过去分词
例句：Mistrust was writ large on her face.她脸蛋显明暴表露不信任的表情。
- (于名词后) 明摆着;公然
例句：This is deception writ large.这是明 张胆的欺诈。
I could go on, mining every sport for its lingo and extracting from
the mother lode a variety of words found nowhere else in the
原义为:a mine that is full of gold, silver, etc;
引申为a place where you can find a lot of a particular type of object.
例句：Her own experiences have provided her with a mother lode of
material for her songs.
The ego of the modern athlete has in turn rubbed off on the modern
Rub off on 影响;感染
例句: He was a tremendously enthusiastic teacher and that rubbed off on
all the children.
rub sb’s nose in it
揭(某 )的瘢痕; 断提起(某 )从前的罪过
例句：Sue failed her exam, so just to rub her nose in it, I put my
certificate up on the wall.
…because it jogs a set of beliefs and forces us to reexamine
1.轻轻地推 [撞] ,摇动; 轻碰 (以促使注意)
例句：The cart jogged down the narrow road.
jog sb’s memory
唤起(某 的)记忆，提醒(某 )
They will trot out the hard-won words of their college education.
trot out 反复说，重复说
If you say that a person trots out old ideas or information, you are
criticizing him or her for repeating them in a way that is not new or
Criticism is the stage on which journalists do their fanciest
例句：I strutted around Chicago as if I were really somebody.
例句：Wimbledon is the opportunity for all the world’s best tennis
players to strut their stuff.
Florid adjectives smack of the panting prose with which Vogue
likes to disclose its latest chichi discovery.
smack of 让人记忆;类似于;含有…的象征
例句：The engineers’ union was unhappy with the motion, saying it
smacked of racism.
In this week’s reading, we covered five chapters about Zinsser’s
suggestions on writing about science, business contents, sports,
criticism and reviews, as well as humor.
Writing is not so complicated a thing that can only be achieved by
professional writers. It is thinking on paper. Clear thinking leads to
clear writing. Writers should try to deliver their senses, feelings, and
thoughts to readers in the most efficient way possible.
Regardless of genre or register, the fundamental principle for
non-fiction writing is to be original and accessible in style, rich in
humanity and truth to the fact. To hook the readers, it’s always nice to
add a pinch of human element.
We should also try to be good observers, since everyday life is a good
source of writing materials, which is hardly possible to run out.