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某武也认为这是自己的失职
早就应该想到光光是文章并不能满足各位学习的需求
应该针对性的讲解部分较为重要的词语与短语
对于长难句也应该有详细的解释说明

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2 Do penguins have knees?
3 What is the biggest killer in the insect world?
4 Why do zebras have stripes?
5 How many legs do millipedes and centipedes have?
6 How does a jet engine work?
7 How does a text message sends from one cellphone to another?
8 Why do we need air?
9 How long is a giraffe’s tongue?
10 Can an albatross really sleep while it flies?
     What is the fastest swimmer in the ocean?
11 Why is there only one queen bee per hive?
     How many species of animals are there?
12 Do more people commit suicide over the Christmas Holiday period than at any other time of year?
13 Are camels protected by law in Arizona?
14 Why can you not step on the currency in Thailand?
15 Why are skunks banned from Tennessee?
16 Why is blue the favoured colour for boys?
17 How long did the 100-Years War Last?
18 Why do onions make you cry?
19 Has Mona Lisa ever been stolen?
20 Are pigs really dirty?
21 Why can’t elephants jump?
22 Could you go to prison in Arizona for refusing someone a glass of water?
23 How does a chameleon change color?
24 Are lovebirds affectionate?
25 What creature has the biggest brain?
26 Do lemmings really commit mass suicide?
27 Can you die laughing?
28 Why are normal clouds white but rain clouds black when water is colorless?
29 Who invented Monopoly?
30 Do all animals have red blood?
     Who was the second man on the moon?
31 Why do we get hiccups?
33 Can It Really Rain Cats and Dogs?
34 Why are some hens' eggs brown and some white?
      How do Emperor penguins protect their eggs?
      What birds lay the largest and smallest eggs?
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-7-24 21:01:59 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 15:01 编辑

Do penguins have knees?
Yes. Penguins appear to have very short legs and no knees because only lower leg is externally visible. Their knees and upper legs are feather covered , hiding them from view. This also means that penguins never get cold knees!
部分词语解析

penguin:
n. 企鹅
e.g.
  Why can penguins live in cold environment?
  为什么企鹅能生活在寒冷的环境中?

external:
adj. 外面的, 外部的
e.g.
  the external walls.
  外墙。

visible:
adj. 可看见的
e.g.
  the church spire is visible from miles away.
  数英里开外就可看到教堂尖顶。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-8-2 15:57:50 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 16:08 编辑

What is the biggest killer in the insect world?
Surprisingly, it has to be the humble mosquito, responsible for infecting humans with such diseases as encephalitis, malaria and Dengue fever. The World Health Organisation estimates that mosquitoes are responsible for more than two million deaths per year – so here are a few tips on avoiding them: Wear mosquito repellent. Although mosquito repellents do not actually repel mosquitoes, what they do is ‘hide’ you by blocking the mosquitoes’ sensors so they don’t know you are there. Also, cut down on bananas, as research shows you are more likely to be a target for mosquitoes if you eat bananas.
部分词语解析

insect:
n. 昆虫
e.g.
  He was bitten by an insect in the garden.
  他在花园里被虫子咬了一口。

humble:
adj. 卑微的, 低下的
e.g.
  I felt very humble when meeting her.
  遇到她时我觉得很卑微。

mosquito:
n. 蚊子
e.g.
  Mosquitoes carry disease.
  蚊子会传播疾病。

responsible:
adj. 有责任的, 需要承担责任的
e.g.
  the progressive emergence of the child as a responsible being.
  孩子渐渐成长为有责任心的人。

diseases:
n. 疾病
e.g.
  bacterial meningitis is quite a rare disease.
  细菌性脑膜炎是一种罕见的疾病。

estimate:
v. 估计
e.g.
  it is estimated that smoking causes 100,000 premature deaths every year.
  估计每年有100,000人由于吸烟而早逝。

repellent:
n. 驱虫剂

repel:
v. 击退 赶走
e.g.
  goverment-unit sought to repel the rebels.
  政.府军试图击退叛军。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-8-8 10:25:35 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 15:32 编辑

Why do zebras have stripes?
        Believe it or not, it is to camouflage them and keep them safe from one certain predator. Animals that inhabit areas with tall grass often have long, vertical stripes. The nature of these stripes means the individual zebra can hide in areas of long grass and escape detection by a lion. This works because lions are color-blind and therefore cannot see the difference between the zebra and the grass. The stripes can also serve as a visual disruption, as they are positioned so that they seem to be a separate design superimposed on top of the animal.
    This makes it hard for the predator to get a clear sense of where the animal begins and ends – the pattern on the body seems to run off in every direction. Also, to a lion, a group of zebras would all blur together and not stand out as individuals, making it hard for the lion to attack one specific zebra.

部分词语解析

stripe:
n. 条纹
e.g.
  a pair of black shorts with gray stripes.
  有灰色条纹的黑短裤。

camouflage:
v.&n. 伪装
e.g.
  on the trenches were pieces of turf which served for camouflage.
  战壕上有一块块用作伪装的草皮。

  grievances should be discussed, not camouflaged.
  委屈应该拿来讨论而不应该掩饰起来。

predator:
n. 食肉动物

individual:
adj. 单独的, 独自的, 个人的
e.g.
  the individual needs of the children.
  儿童的个人需要。

color-blind:
adj. 色盲的

visual:
adj. 视觉的
e.g.
  visual perception.
  视觉感知。

separate:
v. 分开, 隔离
e.g.
  separate the good ones from the bad ones
  把好的和坏的分开
adj. 分开的, 独立的
e.g.
  this raises two separate issues.
  这就提出了两个独立的问题。

specific:
adj. 确切的, 特定的
e.g.
  What's the specific time of his arrival?
  他确切的到达时间是几点钟?
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-8-15 10:36:22 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 16:08 编辑

How many legs do millipedes and centipedes have?
    The literal translation of the words ‘centipede’ and ‘millipede’ means one hundred and one thousand legs respectively, which is certainly not the case. Depending on the species, a centipede will have anything between 10 and 100 legs, while the maximum amount for a millipede is 400. The way to tell the difference between the two is, centipedes have one pair of legs on each of their body segments, while millipedes have two pairs per segment – except for the first three segments, which have one pair each.

部分词语解析

millipede:
n. 千足虫

centipede:
n. 蜈蚣

literal translation:
逐字翻译, 直译

respectively:
adv. 分别 独自
e.g.
  they received sentences of one year and eight months respectively.
  他们被分别判处了一年和八个月的徒刑。

maximum:
n. 最大值
e.g.
  This hall holds a maximum of seventy people.
  这厅最多能容纳七十人。
adj. 最大的
e.g.
  What's your maximum distance ever walked?
  你最多走过多远?

segment:
n. 部分, 片段, 瓣
e.g.
  He is eating oranges in segments.
  他正在一瓣瓣地吃橘子。
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发表于 2009-8-23 11:12:57 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 16:30 编辑

Q:How does a jet engine work?
A:The jet cycle begins when rapidly moving air is sucked into a chamber at the front of the engine, then compressed by a series of blades that move at progressively higher rpms. (The intake port, because it sucks air directly from the flight path of the aircraft, is covered by a wire mesh or grille to prevent the entry of foreign objects.) When the moving air has reached a high level of compression, it is combined with fuel and ignited, being ejected out the exhaust port at the rear of the jet engine. Because of the tremendous amount of heat generated, sophisticated cooling systems are required to prevent the internals of the engine from melting
部分词语解析

jet engine:
喷气发动机

rapidly:
adv. 快速的, 很快的
e.g.
  A foreign language cannot be learned rapidly,it must be learned step by step.
  外语并非在短时间内就能学会,学外语是一个循序渐进的过程。

chamber:
n. 空间(例如大厅, 洞穴, 都可以用chamber来代替)
e.g.
  a burial chamber.
  墓室。

compress:
v. 挤压 压缩
e.g.
  compressed gas.
  压缩空气。

a series of:
一系列的

blade:
n. 刃,刀口,刀片

intake port:
进气口

directly:
adv. 立即的 直接的
e.g.
  they went directly to the restaurant.
  他们直接去了饭店。

be combined with:
与...结合着

exhaust port:
排气口

tremendous:
adj. 极大地,巨大的,绝妙的
e.g.
  there was a tremendous explosion.
  发出巨大的爆炸声。

sophisticated:
adj. 精密的
e.g.
  highly sophisticated computer systems.
  高度精密的计算机系统。

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发表于 2009-8-31 13:13:50 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 16:55 编辑

Q:how does a text message sends from one cellphone to another?
A:Once a text message travels through the control channel, it arrives at the SMSC to be stored or sent immediately if the recipient's cellphone is active and enabled to receive text messages. If the recipient's cell phone is inactive or otherwise unable to receive text messages, then the SMSC stores the message until it can be sent.

部分词语解析

text message:
正文消息(指手机短信的正文)

cellphone:
n. 手机

control channel:
控制通道

to store:
储存

recipient:
n. 接受者
e.g.
  the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
  诺贝尔和平奖领奖人。

enabled:
adj. 激活的

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发表于 2009-9-6 15:05:37 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 17:12 编辑

Q:Why do we need air?
A:The living machinery in the cells of your body is powered by a slow “burning” of stuff that comes from your food. So all of those cells need a supply of oxygen and are making carbon dioxide. Your blood carries oxygen from the lungs to all of those little cells and then takes back the carbon dioxide. And breathing air into and out of your lungs brings in oxygen and gets rid of carbon dioxide.

部分词语解析

machinery:
n. 机构, 体系
e.g.
  the machinery of the state.
  国家机构。

oxygen:
n. 氧气
e.g.
  atmosphere is mainly oxygen and nitrogen
  大气层主要是氧气和氮气组成的

carbon dioxide:
二氧化碳

lungs:
n. 肺

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 楼主| 发表于 2009-9-13 11:57:57 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 17:36 编辑

How long is a giraffe’s tongue?
    Giraffes’ tongues can reach anywhere up to 50cm! This is used to help them get leaves from further back on the branch, as they obviously have no hands or paws to hold the branches with. Another unusual thing a giraffe’s tongue is that it is blue-black in color. Although no one is sure why it is, it has been suggested that is to protect their tongue from getting sunburnt!

部分词语解析

giraffe:
n. 长颈鹿
e.g.
  giraffes have long necks.
  长颈鹿的脖子很长.

branch:
n. 树枝, 枝条, (企业的)分行
e.g.
  he went to work at our Birmingham branch.
  他去我们的伯明翰分部工作了。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-9-20 11:51:14 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 17:56 编辑

Can an albatross really sleep while it flies?
Indeed it can, and what is really scary is the fact that the big birds apparently choose to grab forty winks while cruising along at about 25mph!

  What is the fastest swimmer in the ocean?
Reaching a speed of 68mph, the Sailfish wins, although strictly speaking this is their ‘leaping’, rather than ‘swimming’, speed. Coming in last place would be the Sea Horse, which ambles along at a steady 0.01mph. Dolphins manage a respectable 25mph, while sharks can chase their prey at an impressive 44mph. To give you some perspective, human beings can run at about 21mph.

部分词语解析

albatross:
n. 信天翁

indeed:
adv. 确实,实在
e.g.
  it was not expected to last long, and indeed it took less than three weeks.
  这事原本估计不会持续很久,确实也只花了不到3周时间。

apparently:
adv. 显然
e.g.
  the child nodded, apparently content with the promise.
  孩子点了点头,看来他对这个许诺还满意。

ocean:
n. 海洋

Sailfish:
n. 旗鱼

strictly:
adv. 精确地
e.g.
  to be strictly accurate, there are two Wolvertons.
  极其精确地说,有两个沃尔弗顿。

amble:
v. 漫步, 缓行
e.g.
  they ambled along the riverbank.
  他们沿着河岸散步。

perspective:
n. 前景, 希望
e.g.
  We may get a clear perspective of the people's happy lives.
  我们知**民对幸福生活的展望。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-9-26 14:33:31 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 18:16 编辑

Why is there only one queen bee per hive?
A queen bee will lay several fertilized eggs to develop into queen bees. However, it is something of a race to be born first, as the first queen bee out of the egg will quickly kill al the other unborn queens and rule the hive alone.

How many species of animals are there?
Over one million. This includes 73000 different kinds of spider, 6000 species of reptile, and 3000 types of lice. And the 4600 different kinds of mammal make up just 0.3% of animals, while birds cover only 0.7%. To give you s clue where the rest of the numbers come from, scientists have identified over 920000 different species of insect, with another 2000 being discovered and named every year.

部分词语解析

hive:
n. 蜂巢

fertilized eggs:
受精卵

reptile:
n. 爬行动物, 爬虫
e.g.
  Lizard is a kind of reptile.
  蜥蜴是爬行动物的一种

lice:
louse的复数
n. 虱子

clue:
n. 线索, 提示
e.g.
  police officers are still searching for clues.
  警官仍在搜集线索。

identify:
v. 识别, 指认
e.g.
  a system that ensures that the pupil's real needs are identified.
  一种保证能发现学生真正需要的体制。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-10-4 19:44:37 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 18:38 编辑

Do more people commit suicide over the Christmas Holiday period than at any other time of year?
    Commonly stated in films and the media, many believe the myth that suicide rates rise over the festive period of Christmas and New Year.
The typical reasons given are that people feel more lonely, that they realize that time is passing them by, or even that the despair is somehow a result of Christmas’s increasing commercialism and the financial pressures of the season.
However, the myth of increased suicide rates over the holidays is – according to a 1991 study published in the American Journal of Public Health – just a myth. In fact, in America, suicide rates are at their lowest in the winter, and actually peak in the spring months.

部分词语解析

commit suicide:
自.杀

period:
n. 时期, 课时
e.g.
  (in school)What's next period?
  (在学校)下节课是什么?

common:
adj. 普遍的, 共同的
e.g.
  It's a common symbol in Maths.
  这是数学中最常见的符号.

myth:
n. 神话
e.g.
  Not only few people believe in myth.
  并不是只有少部分的人相信神话

typical:
adj. 典型的
e.g.
  typical symptoms.
  典型症状。

commercialism:
n. 商业主义
e.g.
  political concern with state enterprise deficits prompted efforts for greater commercialism.
  政.府对国有企业赤字的关注鼓励了对商业精神的更大重视。

financial:
adj. 财政的, 金融的
e.g.
  an independent financial adviser.
  独立的财政顾问。

pressure:
n. 压力
e.g.
  the slight extra pressure he applied to her hand.
  他往她手上微微多加的压力。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-10-14 12:30:26 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-2-26 18:58 编辑

Are camels protected by law in Arizona?
  This is a very commonly cited law, and at one time, because US Army and Western entrepreneurs imported camels to the Arizona desert, there may well have been a law protecting them from being hunted. However, no such law exists now.

部分词语解析

camel:
n. 骆驼

entrepreneur:
n. 企业家, 主办人
e.g.
  The entrepreneur takes business risks in the hope of making a profit.
  企业家为追求利润而冒险。

import:
v. 进口
e.g.
  Singapore has imported water from Malaysia for years.
  新加坡一直都从马来西亚进口 水.

desert:
n. 沙漠

exist:
v. 存在
e.g.
  After I leave the country, just keep me as I never ever exist.
  等到我离开了这个国家, 就当我从来都没有存在过
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-10-30 09:30:27 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 09:02 编辑

Why can you not step on the currency in Thailand?
Well, you could, but to be caught doing so would lead to a jail sentence an – quite often – severe beating. This is because all the bills and coins in Thailand feature a picture of the king, who is held in very high esteem there. To step on the currency is to tread on the king’s likeness and therefore would demonstrate a lack of respect.

部分词语解析

currency:
n. 通货, 货币
e.g.
  traveller's cheques in foreign currency.
  外币旅行支票。

jail:
n. 监狱
e.g.
  he spent 15 years in jail.
  他在监狱里蹲了15年。

esteem:
n. 尊重, 尊敬
e.g.
  he was held in high esteem by colleagues.
  他深受同事们的尊敬。

demonstrate:
v. 证实
e.g.
  their shameful silence demonstrates their ineptitude.
  他们可耻的沉默证明了他们的无能。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-10-30 09:32:31 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 09:21 编辑

Why are skunks banned from Tennessee?
Technically the smelly creatures are not banned from the state, however it is illegal to bring one into the state due to the fact that skunks are notorious carriers of rabies. The law was passed to prevent the disease entering Tennessee. Not to mention the smell.

部分词语解析

skunk
n. 臭鼬

Tennessee
n.  田纳西州

ban:
v. 禁止
e.g.
  he was banned from driving for a year.
  他被禁止驾车一年。

Technically:
adv. 严格的说, 按照法律的
e.g.
  Prize-fighting remained popular, though technically illegal, until the 1880s.
  在19 世纪80 年代以前,职业拳击比赛虽然严格来说是不合法的,但一直很受欢迎。

illegal:
adj. 不合法的
e.g.
  illegal drugs.
  非法药品。

notorious:
adj. 臭名昭著
e.g.
  Los Angeles is notorious for its smog.
  洛杉矶的烟雾是出了名的。
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 楼主| 发表于 2009-11-2 11:42:47 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 09:46 编辑

Why is blue the favored color for boys?
Back in ancient times, evil spirits were thought to linger over nurseries, hoping to take the soul of the young. To combat these spirits, parents would dress little boys – who back then were more precious than baby girls – in blue, the color most associated with the heavenly spirits. Girls would mainly be clothed in black. Pink for girls came about in the Middle Ages, but the origins of the color choice are not clear.

部分词语解析

ancient:
adj. 古代的
e.g.
  the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean.
  地中海古代文明。

evil spirit:
恶灵

linger:
v. 逗留(多指鬼魂)
e.g.
  she lingered in the yard, enjoying the warm sunshine.
  她在院子里多待了一会儿,享受一下温暖的阳光。

nursery:
n. 幼儿房

combat:
v. 格斗
e.g.
   five Hurricanes were shot down in combat .
  五架飓风式战斗机在战斗中被击落。

precious:
adj. 宝贝的
e.g.
  my time's precious.
  我的时间很宝贵。

associated:
adj. 相关联的
e.g.
  two associated events.
  两个相关事件。
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 楼主| 发表于 2010-2-9 18:30:39 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 09:53 编辑

How long did the 100-Years War Last?
The war between Britain and France - the longest war in history - actually lasted 116 years, before coming to an end in 1453. During this time income tax was introduced in Britain as a way of funding the feud with the French. The shortest war in history happened in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered to Britain after exactly 38 minutes.

部分词语解析

income tax:
所得税

introduce:
v. 推行, 介绍, 引进
e.g.
  I hope to introduce Jenny to them very soon.
  我希望很快把珍妮介绍给他们。

fund:
n. 基金
e.g.
  he had set up a fund to coordinate economic investment.
  他已设立了一项协调经济投资的基金。

surrender:
v. 投降
e.g.
  over 140 rebels surrendered to the authorities.
  140多名叛乱者向当局投降了。
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 楼主| 发表于 2010-2-16 14:56:14 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 10:03 编辑

Why do onions make you cry?
Onions, like other plants, are made of cells. The cells are divided into two sections separated by a membrane. One side of the membrane contains an enzyme, which helps chemical processes occur in your body. The other side of the membrane contains molecules that contain sulphur. When you cut an onion, the contents on each side of the membrane mix and cause a chemical reaction. This reaction produces molecules such as ethylsufine which make your eyes water. Cutting an onion under running water, or putting it in the freezer before cutting it are both effective ways of preventing the eye watering.

部分词语解析

onion:
n. 洋葱

cell:
n. 细胞

membrane:
n.薄膜

enzyme:
n.酶

molecule:
n. 分子

chemical:
n. 化学的
e.g.
  the chemical composition of the atmosphere.
  大气中的化学成分。
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 楼主| 发表于 2010-2-21 10:38:14 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 10:15 编辑

Has the Mona Lisa ever been stolen?
Yes, back in 1912 Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece was stolen from the Louvre in Paris. Six replicas were sold at huge prices, claiming to be the original, before the true original was discovered three years later and returned to Louvre, where it still hangs today.

部分词语解析

Mona Lisa
:
蒙娜丽莎

Leonardo Da Vinci:
达芬奇

masterpiece:
n. 杰作
e.g.
  a great literary masterpiece.
  伟大的文学杰作。

replica:
n. 复制品
e.g.
  She made a 1:5 scale replica of Captain Cook’s ship, ‘The Endeavour’.
  她制作了一个比例为1:5 的库克船长的“奋进”号的复制品。
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 楼主| 发表于 2010-2-25 19:01:42 | 只看该作者
本帖最后由 春风武藏 于 2010-3-14 10:49 编辑

Are pigs really dirty?
Although they have a mucky image, pigs actually keep themselves cleaner than many household pets. The reason they lie in the mud is because they have no sweat glands, and therefore cannot cool themselves down. Pigs are rated the forth most intelligent animal on the planet and can be found on every continent except Antarctica. There are over 180 species of pig, they have an average life span of 20 years, and litters of between two and 12 piglets. In the olden days, sea captains would always carry a pig aboard their ship as - in the case of being shipwrecked - it was thought that pigs would swim towards the nearest shore.

部分词语解析

mucky:
adj.  肮脏的
e.g.
  guests carried their food on trays to mucky tables.
  客人们拿着盛在托盘里的饭菜来到肮脏的桌旁。

sweat gland:
汗腺

cool down:
变凉

intelligent:
adj. 聪明的
e.g.
  Annabelle is intelligent and hard-working.
  安娜贝勒聪明勤奋。

continent:
n. 洲, 大陆

shipwrecked:
失事

shore:
n. 海岸
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