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      新世紀大學英語4 012013-02-22
      As a young boy, Albert Einstein did so poorly in school that teachers thought he was slow. The young Napoleon Bonaparte was just one of hundreds of artillery lieutenants in the French Army. And the teenage George Washington, with little formal education, was being trained not as a soldier but as a land surveyor.
      新世紀大學英語4 022013-02-22
      On a fine afternoon in New York, I got into a taxi. From the driver's expression and the way he slammed in his gears, I could tell that he was upset. I asked him what was the trouble.
      新世紀大學英語4 032013-02-21
      We often reach an impasse in our thinking. We are looking at a problem and trying to solve it and it seems there is a dead end. It is on these occasions that we become tense, we feel pressured, overwhelmed, in a state of stress. We struggle vainly, fighting to solve the problem.
      新世紀大學英語4 042013-02-21
      In a study of educational techniques, a teacher was told r that her newclass were all gifted children. You should get above-average results from them, she was advised, and by the end of the term she was getting just that, better than average work.
      新世紀大學英語4 052013-02-20
      Many who today hear me somewhere in person, or on television, or those who read something I've said, will think I went to school far beyond the eighth grade. This impression is due entirely to my prison studies.
      新世紀大學英語4 062013-02-20
      It turns out that a scientist can see the future by watching four-year-olds interact with a marshmallow. The researcher invites the children, one by one, into a plain room and begins the gentle torment.
      新世紀大學英語4 072013-02-19
      I believe in always having goals, and always setting them high. I can certainly tell you that the folks at Wal-Mart have always had goals in front of them. In fact, we have sometimes built real scoreboards on the stage at Saturday morning meetings.
      新世紀大學英語4 082013-02-19
      My father hasn't been to my place since he helped me paint four years ago. The truth is, I'm often not sure how to talk to him. But this time it will be easy. We have a job to do.
      新世紀大學英語4 092013-02-18
      One of the greatest untold secrets of history is that themodern world in which we live is a unique synthesis of Chinese and Western ingredients. Possibly more than half of the basic inventions and discoveries upon which the modern world rests come from China. And yet few people know this. Why?
      新世紀大學英語4 102013-02-18
      The first group lived about 2,500 years ago in the place we now call Greece, in a city they called Athens. We do not know as much about their origins as we would like. But we do know a great deal about their accomplishments.