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Our physics professor was struggling to draw the class into discussion of Archimede's principle of water displacement. He told us that Archimede noticed that when he got into a pool at the public bathhouse, the water rose spilling over the edge. Excited at his discovery, he ran down the street yelling, "Eureka, eureka!" The instructor asked if anyone knew what that meant.
One student stood up and answered, "I'm naked ! I'm naked!"
(1) draw the class into discussion引导全班讨论
(2) principle n.原理
(3) displacement n. 排水量
(4) spill v.(指液体或粉末)溢出;洒出
(5) yell v.叫;喊
① What subject did the prefer teach?
②Z How was he trying to draw the class into discussion?
③ Where was Archimede having a bath?
④ What did he notice when Archimede was having a bath?
⑤ What does "eureka" mean?
② He told a story about Achimede.
③ At the public bathhouse.
④ He noticed that when he got into the pool, the water rose spilling over the edge.
⑤ It means "I have found it"
A young man was in love with a girl. At one weekend, he invited his girlfriend to the cinema. When they were at the ticket box, the young man said to the ticket seller, \"Two tickets, please. \"
When the ticket seller told him that all the tickets had sold out, the disappointed young man said, \"Then do you have any sur- tickets that can allow us to stand together?\"
(1) be (fall) in love with 爱上
(3) disappointed adj.失望的
(2) sell out 售完，卖完
(4) sur-ticket n.附加票
①What did the young man do at one weekend?
② How many tickets did he want?
③ Did the ticket-seller have any tickets?
④ Was the young man happy?
⑤ What did he decide to do then?
① He invited his girlfriend to the cinema.
③ No, the tickets had sold out
④ No, he wasn\
The year before my son turned 18, he constantly pleaded to be allowed to a tattoo, but I refused to sign permission for one. He argued that soon he would be a man and he should be able to make adult decisions. Sure enough, a few days after his 18th birthday, he come home with a tattoo. Although I was not happy about this, I was curious to see what symbol of masculinity he had chosen. There, on his shoulder, was a two-inch image of Mickey Mouse.
(1) constantly adv. 不断地
(2) tattoo n. 文身
(3) permission n. 允许
(4) masculinity n. 阳性，男性
(5) image n . 形象，肖像
(6) Mickey Mouse 米老鼠
① When the son pleaded to be allowed to a tattoo, the mother thought her son was old enough to make an adult decision.
② A few days before his birthday, the son came home with a tattoo.
③ The mother wondered what symbol her son had chosen.
④ The image of Mickey Mouse on the son\