Tuesday, May 30, 2006

How do I improve English ability through using English websites?

How do I improve English ability through using English websites?

We can improve our English ability through many ways, for example , using the internet websites .
Why I’m say so? There’s numberless websites for learn in the internet. You can easily enter these website every time you like and get everything you want to learn.
Foe example, the following are four outstanding English websites.

(1) Dictionary.com
If you want to know the different of word ”real” and “true” . This website can help you! As the website’s name— “dictionary.com” you can use the website as a dictionary, just type the word you want to find in, and the website will return the answer immediately.
(2) internet movie database
This website have over 400000 movies. If you don’t know what movie to see this night, just check this movie website for a while and improve your English ability .
(3)Wikipedia
This website is just like a encyclopedia online. You can find over 2 million articles written in over 100 languages. In the other word. You can nearly find everything you want in this website.
(4)Google Earth
This website provides The whole world’s map .you can find anyplace you like in this website. No matter you want to have a trip or what, you can check the website for map before!

I never been to these websites before, so I don’t know these websites~~~SOOOOOOOOrry~

How do I improve English ability through using English websites?

How do I improve English ability through using English websites?

We can improve our English ability through many ways, for example , using the internet websites .
Why I’m say so? There’s numberless websites for learn in the internet. You can easily enter these website every time you like and get everything you want to learn.
Foe example, the following are four outstanding English websites.

(1) Dictionary.com
If you want to know the different of word ”real” and “true” . This website can help you! As the website’s name— “dictionary.com” you can use the website as a dictionary, just type the word you want to find in, and the website will return the answer immediately.
(2) internet movie database
This website have over 400000 movies. If you don’t know what movie to see this night, just check this movie website for a while and improve your English ability .
(3)Wikipedia
This website is just like a encyclopedia online. You can find over 2 million articles written in over 100 languages. In the other word. You can nearly find everything you want in this website.
(4)Google Earth
This website provides The whole world’s map .you can find anyplace you like in this website. No matter you want to have a trip or what, you can check the website for map before!

I never been to these websites before, so I don’t know these websites~~~SOOOOOOOOrry~

Monday, April 03, 2006

On Marriage

What is marriage? Is it a testimony of love? or just a course of everyone's life?Give this same question for different people will get multifarious of answers.
In past Consciousness,marriage is about duty and love.Even if someday you don't your husband/wafe anymore,you still have to take care her/him.That's your duty and your life. Because you are a marriaged man/ woman.You can never divorced your husband/wife. It's shameful for your all family.
How about the part of "love" in old marriage?That's your business!even if the most part of old marriage in our country is force marriage.Parents decided the child's marriage before he/ her born.
What is the attitude toward marriage among young people in our country?Like all the young people around the world, young people in Taiwan have the same attitude toward marriage,which they don't think marriage is such a big deal and responsible anymore; many lovers believe that true love is more important than a marriage contract. Young people also feel that they don't need to view marriage as a serious commitment, so the rate of divorce increases throughout the years. I think that the future of marriage is bleak, because young people don't treat marriage as a significant event in their lives,and they believe that marriage is a constraint instead of a commitment.Nowadays, young people don't like to get into marriage. They like to be independent, they doesn't want someone to restrict them doing something. But still some young people likes to get married early because they want to have a family. If your marriage is a happy marriage, then there is a future in it. A happy marriage is that you trust each other and help each other. When you end up in an unhappy marriage, there is no future in it.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

ski jumping

ABOUT
Ski jumping has been part of the Olympic Winter Games since the first Games in Chamonix Mont-Blanc in 1924. The Large Hill competition was included on the Olympic programme for the 1964 Olympic Gamess in Innsbruck.Ski Jumping Equipment BINDINGS . BOOTS . CONNECTION CORD(prevents the wobbling of skis during flight.) . SKI JUMPING SUIT . JUMPING SKIS COMPETITION Individual normal hillThe only ski jumping event from the normal hill, which has a K-point between 75 and 99 metres high. There are two jumps (first and final round), and the athlete with the highest total score is declared the winner. After a qualification round, there are 50 athletes participating in the first round. In the final round the field is reduced to 30 athletes.In 1985, Swedish jumper Jan Bokloev began spreading the tips of his skis into a "V" shape. Initially, he was laughed at and penalised by the judges. However when Bokloev won the 1989 FIS World Cup title all ski jumpers started changing to this style en masse.

Monday, January 02, 2006

global warming

The scientific consensus on global warming is that the Earth is warming, and that humanity's greenhouse gas emissions are making a significant contribution. This consensus is summarized by the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). In the Third Assessment Report, the IPCC concluded that "most of the warming observed over the last 50 years is attributable to human activities". This position was recently supported by an international group of science academies from the G8 countries and Brazil, China and India

Over the past century or so the global (land and sea) temperature has increased by approximately 0.6 ± 0.2°C. The effects of global warming are increasingly visible. At the same time, atmospheric carbon dioxide has increased from around 280 parts per million in 1800 to around 315 in 1958 and 367 in 2000. Other greenhouse gas emissions have also increased. Future CO2 levels cannot be predicted with any precision, since they depend on uncertain economic, sociological and technological developments. The IPCC SRES gives a wide range of future CO2 scenarios, ranging from about 400 to 1000 ppmv by 2100.

Climate models, driven by estimates of increasing carbon dioxide and to a lesser extent by generally decreasing sulphate aerosols, predict that temperatures will increase (with a range of 1.4°C to 5.8°C for change between 1990 and 2100). Much of this uncertainty results from not knowing future CO2 emissions, but there is also uncertainty about the accuracy of climate models. Climate commitment studies predict that even if levels of greenhouse gases and solar activity were to remain constant, the global climate is committed to 0.5°C of warming over the next one hundred years due to the lag in warming caused by the oceans.

Although the scientific consensus is clear on the general conclusions - enough to persuade the governments of more than 140 countries to ratify the Kyoto Protocol - there are issues about just how much greenhouse gas emissions warm the planet. The uncertainties have in the past been exploited by politicians, corporations, and others with vested interests in opposing the activities needed to mitigate global warming; however, business opinion is increasingly changing to accept global warming as real and that action is needed. The scientific consensus is otherwise opposed by only a small minority of scientists

Over the past century or so the global (land and sea) temperature has increased by approximately 0.6 ± 0.2°C. Temperatures in the lower troposphere have increased at somewhere between 0.12 and 0.22 °C per decade since 1979. Over the past 1-2 thousand years before 1850 the temperature has been relatively stable, with various (possibly local) fluctuations, such as the Medieval Warm Period or the Little Ice Age.

The period of time over which one is interested in change may vary according to the focus of the user of the term and the datasets available for investigation. Temperature record holds a discussion of the various records. An approximately global instrumental temperature record begins in about 1860; contamination from the urban heat island is believed to be small. A longer-term perspective is available from various proxy records for recent millenia; see Temperature record of the past 1000 years for a discussion of these records and their differences. Attribution of recent climate change is clearest for the most recent period (the last 50 years) for which the most detailed data is available. Satellite temperature measurements of the tropospheric temperature date from 1979.

The climate system varies both through natural, "internal" processes as well as in response to variations in external "forcing" from both human and non-human causes, including changes in the Earth's orbit around the Sun (Milankovitch cycles), solar activity, and volcanic emissions as well as greenhouse gases. See Climate change for further discussion of these forcing processes. Climatologists accept that the earth has warmed recently. Somewhat more controversial is what may have caused this change. See attribution of recent climate change for further discussion.

Atmospheric scientists know that adding carbon dioxide (CO2) to an atmosphere, with no other changes, will tend to make a planet's surface warmer (this is know as "climate forcing"). Indeed, greenhouse gases create a natural greenhouse effect without which temperatures on Earth would be 30°C lower, and the Earth uninhabitable. It is therefore not correct to say that there is a debate between those who "believe in" and "oppose" the theory that adding CO2 to the Earth's atmosphere will result in warmer surface temperatures on Earth, on average. Rather, the debate is about what the net effect of the addition of CO2 will be, and whether changes in water vapor, clouds, the biosphere and various other climate factors will cancel out its warming effect. The observed warming of the Earth over the past 50 years appears to be at odds with the skeptics' theory that climate feedbacks will cancel out the warming.

Scientists have studied this issue with computer models of the climate (see below). These models are accepted by the scientific community as being valid only after it has been shown that they do a good job of simulating known climate variations, such as the difference between summer and winter, the North Atlantic Oscillation, or El Niño. All climate models that pass these tests also predict that the net effect of adding CO2 will be a warmer climate in the future. The amount of predicted warming varies by model, however, which probably reflects the way different models depict clouds differently.

As noted above, climate models have been used by the IPCC to anticipate a warming of 1.4°C to 5.8°C between 1990 and 2100. They have also been used to help determine the causes of recent climate change by comparing the observed changes to those that the models predict from various natural and human derived forcing factors.

The most recent climate models can produce a good match to observations of global temperature changes over the last century. These models do not unambiguously attribute the warming that occurred from approximately 1910 to 1945 to either natural variation or human effects; however, they suggest that the warming since 1975 is dominated by man-made greenhouse gas emissions.

Uncertainties in the representation of clouds are a dominant source of uncertainty in existing models, despite clear progress in modeling of clouds. There is also an ongoing discussion as to whether climate models are neglecting important indirect and feedback effects of solar variability. Further, all such models are limited by available computational power, so that they may overlook changes related to small scale processes and weather (e.g. storm systems, hurricanes). However, despite these and other limitations, the IPCC considers climate models "to be suitable tools to provide useful projections of future climates"

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Axl Posted by Picasa

明天要去補習......

明天要去補托福.........很累.....很煩....但是交了一萬多塊.....不去又很虧....
所以我必需在(很煩+很累)和(很虧)中間要作一個抉擇.......這簡直難決定透了,就像.....快拉出來的時候突然發現中了樂透.....你會很猶豫到底要先去廁所還是先歡呼.........
但是...因為世界上最偉大的東西叫做新台幣.....而歷史的經驗告訴我們,浪費新台幣是最很蠢的事......所以....還是去補習吧.....(果然花了錢比較會去唸.....)
許點偉星期五晚上要去他喜歡的女人那裡~~~好像是生日吧~~去了以後說不定以後一個月就可以不用存個七八千了~~~ 不過到現在他還沒動身,很酷,等一下不知道他是不是要用瞬間移動.
旁邊有一隻汪汪在擠粉刺~~~他的狗鼻有很多粉刺~~~他很認真的在擠,擠完還用夾子夾出來,好像很好玩,害我也有一股想擠粉刺的衝動......
隊上有一之小犬叫做小白.....雖然他完全不白,可是大家都叫他小白.....小白如果不是有皮膚病的話.....它會是一條好犬....真的,沒看過這麼穩的狗......不....就是人也沒看過這麼穩的.....

樓上那個張圖....裡面的人叫做Axl Rose....尊敬他的你可以叫他ROSE......也可以叫他屁眼螺絲...
因為發音很像......,我叫他屁眼螺絲,因為還滿好笑的....就像聯合公園叫做林肯停車一樣~~~~不過螺絲唱歌真的不是普通的猛.....它應該不是人類吧.....嗯......聲音裝的不夠像.......那美克星來的嗎....?說不定他還認識比克叔叔....

喬老師,幫我看一下降子的托福作文會得幾分阿??....plz

題目...........People attend college or university for many different reasons (for example, new experiences, career preparation, increased knowledge). Why do you think people attend college or university? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.


作文:In recent years, almost ever students have to attend college or university. Why they “have to “ attend the college or university? For new experiences? Increased knowledge? I think they attend to college just for the diploma.

Why I’m saying so? In recent years, specially in Taiwan, the diploma is more and more important today. If you want a good job, you have to get a diploma. The University diploma is just the basic one. For other better careers, you must get at least licentiate diploma. For example, If I want to be a teacher, First of all, I have to attend a college or university, and after I graduate , I have the competence to be a teacher. If I didn’t attend the college, I can’t even have the opportunity to be a teacher!
My brother wanted to be a employee in a international commerce company, When he went to the company, they only care about your diploma. And because he didn’t attend to college or university, my brother didn’t employed by the company,

So why people attend to college or university? I think it’s easy to answer it. Attending to college for the diploma. And a good diploma is equal to good job, and a good job is equal to a good future!

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

What I learn from the movie"A Bug's Life"

Some movie are designed primarily to amuse and entertain. Other movies are serious, designed to make the audience think.
I think the movie” A Bug’s Life” is not only for entertainments but also a serious movie to make me think.
“A Bug’s Life”is a movie that deal with the serious issue of social prejudice. The lead actor in the movie, One ant, Flik, is always bullied by the grasshoppers. But what they do is nothing. The grasshoppers extort all the food from ants every year. Even through the ants are anger about that, they still do nothing, or just nothing they can do.
But one day, the lead actor, Flik has filled up with the situation. He decided to make a revolution to resist the grasshoppers. But the queen of ants doesn’t think it will work. She think that it is suicide. Flik go to town and try to find some bigger bugs fight for them. Finally, he overcomes some odds, but success at last.
In the movie, the bad grasshoppers said “It’s a bug eat bug world out there”. I think it’s not only the bug’s world but also the human’s world. Some poor guys in our world like domcrippled people are bullied from others everyday.The poor guys seldom fight back to the social prejudice,so the whole world didn't know about them.The edification I learned from the movie is that if you don’t fight for the bad environment, no one can help you.