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水曜日, 6月 07, 2006

Speak in English

O.S: The traveler he want traveling, so he goes to the travel company.
At the travel company
Clerk: Excuse me, may I help you.
Traveler: I want to visit many countries, do you have any suggestion?
Clerk: How about Japan?
Traveler: Sounds good, I’m going to Tokyo.
Clerk: When do you want to go?
Traveler: I’m leaving next Friday.
Clerk: what kind’s tickets do you want?
Traveler: I’d like a round-trip ticket and I want to go economy.
Traveler: Do you have any special fares? I want promotional rates and an unbeatable price.
Clerk: O.k. I’ll try my best. Thanks for your order.

O.S.: Next Friday the traveler brings his package, passport and ticket go to the airport.
He is front of the counter.
Traveler: I’m checking in, here is my ticket and passport, I have one bags and one carry on.
Counter services: Sir, do you have any special requirement?
Traveler: I want an aisle seat and sit in the front.
Counter services: I’ll arrange you wanted.
Traveler: I appreciate you effort.

O.S.: The Traveler goes to the airplane.
Airline stewardess: may you want a blanket and pillow?
Traveler: No, thanks. But could I have a cup of apple juice?
Stewardess: Please wait a minute, I’ll come soon.
Traveler: Thanks a lot.

O.S.: The airplane takes on to Japanese airport.
The traveler at airport of entry counters.
Clerk: Please offer your credentials.
Traveler: Here’s my passport, immigration form and my return ticket is inside.
Clerk: O.k., welcome to Japan, have a nice day.

O.S: the Traveler fell so tired so he needs to take a rest, so he goes to the bus, to find a comfortable hotel.
In the lobby
Lobby service: excuse me sir, welcome, may I help you?
Traveler: I’d like book a room, I need for now.
Service: we’ll prepare you room in 10 min., and wand kind’s room do you want?
Traveler: I prefer twin beds, and I’ll settle for double.
Service: O.k. that’s your key of the room, our room service will lead you go to your room, good night.
O.S.: flying is tired for Traveler, so he takes a shower and go to bed, to proceed down stroke for tomorrow.

日曜日, 6月 04, 2006

How do I improve English ability through using English Websites?

How do I improve English ability through using English Websites?
WWW means World Wide Web; the internet has billions of web sites. I could spend my lots of time surfing internet and never visit them all. But many people almost do not look for some educational sites. Because these web-sites let many students fell boring, but a lot of web-sites are in English, so I think English is very useful, I often use Google to search I need the information, this side is better then yahoo of Taiwan. Google’s site is simple and clean, and it search power very strong, they use difference system to find you need, they use the most time to click the site in it search page.
Internets in our life have many important functions, like Google Earth, eBay, Discovery.com and many funny tools, but they often in English, so we need to increase our know how in English skill and grammar.

水曜日, 4月 26, 2006

online garage sales

Online garage sales
1. Introduction: what’s meaning of “online garage sales”?
Sold stuff in internet.
2. garage sale is famous around the world
Many people use e-bay make their large part of their income.
3. How do we get engaged in online purchase? Which step?
First, user pays a fee to list their goods. Buyers then bid on the item. When the auction closes, the highest bidder wins. The seller is then responsible for shipping it.
4. which advantage and disadvantage
Advantage: we don’t go to out side, and more convenient.
And may cheaper then first price.
Disadvantage: may be the seller no duty to responsible the stuff.
5. conclusion
Online shopping is very convenient. I often buy some thing at eBay like I-Pod, and something, so I feel on web shopping is make my money stretch.

土曜日, 4月 15, 2006

Generation “N”

What is generation “N”? That means the new person in this world. They use computer, internet, mobile and D.C. they’re the first generation to fully embrace the internet, because of this, Gen N’s are thoroughly comfortable with technology.
Many Gen N’s come from home where both parents work. This has made them the generation with more disposable in come than any other. And marketers haven’t lost sight of this face. These days, everything from call phones to credits cards is marketed directly toward Gen N. As a group, they enthusiastically welcome rapidly changing technology .and they eagerly buy and use the newest products.
But the Gen N’s information is quickly and new, they can process the new inform, new thinking and new product. They know what are they to do, but they don’t know what important things at their life are. Maybe many Gen N should become the life’s stupid. They know what new information but they don’t know correct knowledge, so we should teach they “knowledge is power” is wrong, and “right information is power” that is correct in their life and future.

水曜日, 2月 22, 2006

Opening ceremony - February 10
Main article: 2006 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

The Olympic Flame at TurinThe 2006 Winter Olympics open in Turin, Italy, with the opening ceremony at the Stadio Olimpico. The opening ceremonies were the last ones for a Winter Olympics to be held outdoors until at least the 2014 Winter Olympics because those for the 2010 Winter Olympics will be held indoors.
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Day 1 - February 11

A ticket to the February 11 Ice Hockey gameBiathlon
Michael Greis of Germany wins the first gold medal of the 2006 Winter Olympics, with a victory in the Individual 20km biathlon race.
Figure Skating
Russian pair Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin are the leaders after the short program.
Freestyle skiing
Jennifer Heil becomes the first Canadian woman to win a medal in moguls.
Ice hockey
The Canadian national women's hockey team sets an Olympic record for the most lopsided win when they beat their Italian hosts 16-0.
Nordic combined
Germany takes the lead in the medal count, with Georg Hettich picking up a gold medal in nordic combined.
Speed skating
American Chad Hedrick wins the 5000m long-track event.



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Day 2 - February 12
Alpine Skiing
Antoine Deneriaz from France wins gold in the men's downhill event.
Cross country
Estonian Kristina ?migun wins the women's 7.5 + 7.5 km double pursuit event; a few hours later, Yevgeniy Dementiev secures gold for Russia on the men's 15 km + 15 km distance.
Figure skating
Michelle Kwan of the United States withdraws from the Olympics following a groin injury in practice. Emily Hughes is named as her replacement.
Ice hockey
The Canadian national women's hockey team defeats the Russian team 12-0. The American women's team defeats the Germans 5-0.
Luge
Armin Z?ggeler of Italy wins the gold in men's singles.
Short track speed skating
Ahn Hyun Soo of South Korea wins gold in the men's 1500 m.
Snowboarding
Shaun White of the U.S. team takes the gold medal at the men's snowboarding halfpipe event.
Speed skating
19-year old Ireen W?st of The Netherlands wins gold at the women's 3000 m long-track event.
Ski jumping
Lars Byst?l from Norway takes away the gold medal at the men's normal hill K95 ski jumping.
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Day 3 - February 13
Biathlon
Russia's Svetlana Ishmuratova wins the women's 15 km biathlon.
Figure skating
Russian pair Totmianina and Marinin beat two Chinese pairs to take home the gold, posting the only composite score over 200. Chinese pair Zhang Dan and Zhang Hao finish their free skate and win the silver medal, despite a fall and apparent injury to Zhang Dan after their attempt at a quadruple throw.
Snowboarding
Hannah Teter of the U.S. team takes the gold medal at the women's snowboarding halfpipe event. American teammate Gretchen Bleiler wins the silver, with Kjersti Buaas of Norway taking the bronze.
Speed skating
Joey Cheek of the United States wins the gold medal at the 500m long track event, skating both runs in less than 35 seconds; the fastest time of any other competitor was that of silver medalist Dmitry Dorofeyev, with 35.17.
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Day 4 - February 14
Alpine skiing
Ted Ligety wins gold for the United States in the men's Combined event. Then-leader Bode Miller was disqualified for straddling a gate in the first slalom section; in addition, the leader after the first slalom section, Benjamin Raich, skied off-course in the second section and was also disqualified. Ivica Kosteli? of Croatia was second and Rainer Sch?nfelder of Austria took the bronze.
Biathlon
Sven Fischer of Germany wins the 10 km sprint race.
Cross country
Sweden's first medal in the 2006 Winter Olympics was brought home by Lina Andersson and Anna Dahlberg, who won the gold medal in women's team sprint, classical style. Minutes later Thobias Fredriksson and Bj?rn Lind did the same in men's team sprint, bringing both gold medals in the event to Sweden.
Figure skating
Russian Evgeny Plushenko leads after the men's short program. Plushenko's score of 90.66 was the highest for any short program since the current scoring system was adopted in 2003.
Ice hockey
In the womens' competition, Canada defeats Sweden 8-1 and will face Finland in the semi-final. The United States defeats Finland 7-3 and will face Sweden in the other semi-final match.
Luge
Germany's Sylke Otto wins gold in the injury-plagued women's luge event while countrywomen Silke Kraushaar and Tatjana Huefner complete the podium.
Speed skating
Svetlana Zhurova of Russia takes gold in the women's 500 meter. Wang Manli and Ren Hui of China win the other two medals.
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Day 5 - February 15
Alpine skiing
Michaela Dorfmeister of Austria wins the women's downhill. Martina Schild of Switzerland and Anja P?rson of Sweden complete the podium.
Freestyle skiing
Dale Begg-Smith of Australia wins the men's moguls. Mikko Ronkainen of Finland and Toby Dawson of the United States win silver and bronze.
Ice hockey
On the first day of men's competition, Canada defeats Italy 7-2. In upsets, Latvia ties the USA 3-3 and Russia is defeated by Slovakia 5-3.
Luge
Austrian brothers Andreas and Wolfgang Linger win the men's doubles competition. Teams from Germany and Italy take the silver and bronze.
Nordic combined
High winds in the ski jumping hill force the jury to abandon the team competition midway through the second round. The teams will resume tomorrow. Norway had to withdraw their team because of illness.
Speed skating
Canada sets the first new records of the Games when both their men's and ladies' team pursuit team set new Olympic records. In the men's competition this is then broken by The Netherlands, and then by Italy. The Men's semi-finals on the 16th will be Canada vs. Norway and The Netherlands vs. Italy.
Short track
China's Wang Meng wins China's first gold at Turin in the women's individual 500m. Bulgaria's Evgenia Radanova takes the silver, while Canada's Anouk Leblanc-Boucher claims the bronze.
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Day 6 - February 16
Biathlon
Florence Baverel-Robert of France wins the women's biathlon 7.5 km sprint. Anna Carin Olofsson of Sweden and Lilia Efremova of Ukraine complete the podium. Olga Pyleva of Russia, who placed second at the 15km on day 3, has been disqualified from the Games following a positive test for carphedon. She has been stripped of her medal.
Cross country skiing
Kristina ?migun wins her second gold medal of these Games with a victory in the women's 10km classical and remains the only Estonian to medal.
Curling
In men's action, Great Britain edges Germany 7-6, Switzerland keeps New Zealand winless by winning 9-7, Canada edges Norway 7-6, and the United States defeats Sweden, 10-6.
Figure skating
Evgeny Plushenko of Russia dominates the competition and takes gold in the men's competition ahead of Switzerland's St?phane Lambiel and Canada's Jeffrey Buttle. As he did in the short program, Plushenko sets a world record for the highest score in the free skate since the new scoring system was adopted in 2003.
Ice hockey
The upsets in the men's tournament continue as the Czech Republic is defeated by Switzerland 3-2. In other games, Finland shuts out Italy 6-0, Russia surprises Sweden 5-0, Slovakia defeats Latvia 6-3, Canada beats Germany 5-1, and the United States beats Kazakhstan 4-1. Play continues Saturday.
Nordic combined
Austria wins the men's team competition after Mario Stecher catches up with Germany's Jens Gaiser on the final 5km leg. Finland wins bronze, finishing nearly a minute ahead of the rest of the field.
Snowboarding
Seth Wescott of the United States wins the inaugural men's snowboard cross competition. Radoslav Zidek of Slovakia is second and Paul-Henri de Le Rue of France is third.
Speed skating
The German team of Daniela Ansch?tz-Thoms, Anni Friesinger, and Claudia Pechstein defeats the Canadian team to win gold in the final of the women's team pursuit. Italy wins its first ever Olympic speed skating gold in the men's team pursuit event. The Italians beat the favored Dutch team in the semifinals after Sven Kramer suffers a costly fall. In the final, Italy defeats Canada, which took its second silver in the Lingotto Oval.
Skeleton
Maya Pedersen-Bieri of Switzerland wins gold in the women's final. Shelley Rudman of Great Britain earns silver, the first medal of the games for Great Britain. Melissa Hollingsworth-Richards of Canada claims bronze.
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Day 7 - February 17
Cross country skiing
Estonia gains another gold as Andrus Veerpalu wins the 15km classical cross-country race ahead of Luk?? Bauer and Tobias Angerer.
Curling
In the men's competition, Great Britain makes short work of Sweden 8-2, while the United States defeats Switzerland 7-4. Finland edges Canada, 6-5.
Figure skating
In the ice dancing competition, the Italian team of Barbara Fusar-Poli and Maurizio Margaglio lead after the compulsary dance, with Russians Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov in second place.
Ice hockey
Sweden scores an upset victory against the United States in the women's hockey semi-finals after a 3-2 shoot out win to advance to the gold medal game. There, they will face Canada, who shut out Finland in the other semi-final.
Snowboarding
Tanja Frieden of Switzerland takes the gold in women's snowboarding cross after Lindsey Jacobellis of USA falls on the second to last jump while performing an unneccesary and difficult method grab to give up the largest lead of the entire tournament. Jacobellis settles for silver, while Canada's Dominique Maltais takes bronze after recovery from a crash.
Skeleton
Duff Gibson of Canada takes gold, just ahead of fellow Canadian Jeff Pain. Swiss slider Gregor St?hli wins the bronze. The 39-year-old Gibson becomes the oldest individual gold medalist in Winter Olympics history.
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Day 8 - February 18
Alpine skiing
Croatian Janica Kosteli? takes gold in the women's combined. Austria 's Marlies Schild wins the silver and Anja P?rson from Sweden finishes third.
Kjetil Andr? Aamodt wins gold for Norway in the mens Super G beating Hermann Maier of Austria. Ambrosi Hoffmann takes bronze for the Swiss.
Biathlon
Germany moves into first place on the medals table and stays there for a few hours as Kati Wilhelm and Martina Glagow finish first and second in the 10km pursuit. Albina Akhatova of Russia takes bronze.
Vincent Defrasne wins gold for France in the 12.5km pursuit event, followed closely by Ole Einar Bj?rndalen of Norway. Germany's Sven Fischer takes bronze.
Cross country skiing
Russia wins the 20km women's relay handily, finishing 10 seconds ahead of silver medalists Germany and 11 seconds ahead of bronze winners Italy.
Curling
In the men's competition, Italy shocks Canada 6-5, while the United States beats Germany 8-5. Great Britain edges Switzerland, 6-5, and Finland takes out Norway 7-3.
Ice hockey
Switzerland stuns Canada 2-0 in the men's competition. Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Martin Gerber has 49 saves in the win. Slovakia man's team defeats United States 2-1.
Short track speed skating
Jin Sun-Yu and Choi Eun-Kyung of South Korea take gold and silver in the women's 1500m. China's Wang Meng takes bronze. In the men's 1000m, Ahn Hyun-Soo and Lee Ho-Suk of South Korea take gold and silver with United States' Apolo Anton Ohno taking the bronze.
Speed skating
The United States takes gold and silver in the men's 1000m with Shani Davis outskating Joey Cheek for first. Erben Wennemars of the Netherlands receives bronze. Davis' victory makes him the first black person to win an individual gold medal in the history of the Winter Olympics.
Ski jumping
After a disappointing performance on the K90 hill, Austrian ski jumpers Thomas Morgenstern and Andreas Kofler take gold and silver on the large hill, with the smallest possible margin of 0.1 points between them. Norway's Lars Byst?l, winner of gold on the normal hill, places third.
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Day 9 - February 19
Bobsleigh
The German bob driven by Andre Lange wins gold in the men's 2-man event 0.21 seconds ahead of the Canadian bob driven by Pierre Lueders and 0.35 seconds ahead of Martin Annen's Swiss sled.
Cross country skiing
Italy takes the gold in the men's 4x10km relay, with Italian anchor Cristian Zorzi crossing the finish line 15 seconds ahead of silver medalist, Germany. Sweden takes the bronze.
Curling
In the men's competition, the United States surprises Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 9-8. These teams have qualified for the semi-finals, as have Finland. All teams now have at least two losses in the round robin.
Figure skating
In an evening of ice dancing marred by mistakes and falls by other pairs, Russians Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov move into first place in the ice original dance phase. Americans Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto are in second and Ukranians Elena Grushina and Ruslan Goncharov are in third.
Ice hockey
Finland defeats Canada 2-0 in the men's competition. Canada, the pre-tournament favorite, has been held scoreless over the past two games but is not at risk of being eliminated during this stage.
Speed skating
Marianne Timmer of the Netherlands wins the women's 1000m in 1.16.05, 8 years after winning in Nagano. Cindy Klassen of Canada comes in second and favorite Anni Friesinger of Germany wins the bronze, 0.06 seconds behind Timmer.
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Day 10 - February 20
Alpine skiing
Benjamin Raich of Austria comes from fifth place in the first run to win the men's giant slalom event after two runs.
Two hours later Michaela Dorfmeister wins the women's super-g event and grabs her second gold medal of the Games and Austria's second gold of the day.
Curling
After downing Denmark 8–1, Norway becomes the third team to qualify for the semi-finals in the women's competition, joining Sweden and Switzerland. Canada beats Denmark 9-8, occupying the fourth playoff spot.
In the men's competition, Canada takes out the United States 6-3 to qualify for the semi-finals, and will play the USA again in the first game of the medal round.
Figure Skating
Russia continues to dominate on the ice as Tatiana Navka and Roman Kostomarov win the gold in the Ice Dancing competition. Americans Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto get the first U.S. medals in this event since 1976 and take home the silver. Elena Grushina and Ruslan Goncharov of Ukraine earn bronze.
Ice hockey
Canada wins the gold in the women's tournament, defeating Sweden 4-1. The United States shuts out Finland 4-0 in the bronze medal game. Katie King scores a hat trick for the Americans.
Ski jumping
Austria wins the team event for the first time ever. Finland takes the silver, while Norway takes the bronze.
第一天 - 2月11日
冬季兩項 - 德國運動員格雷斯於冬季兩項中贏得本屆冬季奧運的第一面金牌。
冰球 - 女子冰球賽中,加拿大以16:0擊敗主辦國義大利,創出冬季奧運中最大的比數距離。
花樣滑冰 - 美國選手井上憐奈(Rena Inoue)及約翰·鮑德溫(John Baldwin)成為首對在冬季奧運會中完成拋三周半跳高難度動作的花樣滑冰搭檔。
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第二天 - 2月12日
花樣滑冰 - 美國奧委會宣佈五屆世界錦標賽冠軍的華裔花樣滑冰女子選手關穎珊因為腹股溝傷勢復發而放棄參賽,她原本參加2月21日及23日舉行的女子單人滑項目。
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第三天 - 2月13日
花樣滑冰 - 花樣滑冰雙人滑小項中,中國的三隊組合﹕張丹/張昊、申雪/趙宏博與龐清/佟健分別以189.73分、186.91分以及186.67分排名第二、第三和第四,成為中國自參與冬季奧運的花樣滑冰項目以來,最佳的成績。俄羅斯選手馬利寧與托米亞妮娜則以14.75分的差距領先張丹/張昊獲得第一名。
單板滑雪 - 女子個人半管滑賽中,美國包辦了金、銀兩面獎牌。
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第四天 - 2月14日
越野滑雪 - 瑞典囊括了越野滑雪男女子混合追逐賽的兩枚金牌,並為今屆賽事首次增添獎牌。
有舵雪橇 - 巴西選手山度士(Armando dos Santos)因被檢驗出服用禁藥諾龍(nandrolone),已經將他送回巴西,他原本2月24日參加四人有舵雪橇賽。
速度滑雪 - 中國於女子個人500米的賽事中,王曼麗與任慧取得一面銀牌和銅牌。
無舵雪橇 - 德國包辦了女子單人賽的金、銀和銅牌三面獎牌。
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第五天 - 2月15日
短道速滑 - 中國速滑女子運動員王濛於女子500米的小項中贏得中國代表團於本屆冬季奧運中的首面金牌。
短道速滑 - 男子1000米小項中,中國運動員李野於預賽中以一分二十七秒零四八的成績打破冬季奧運的紀錄。
無舵雪橇 - 奧地利兄弟A.林格與W.林格贏得無舵雪橇男子雙人賽小項的金牌,無舵滑雪項目正式結束。
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第六天 - 2月16日
單板滑雪 - 美國選手塞斯·維斯科特(Seth Wescott)獲得男子技巧賽第一名,在首度成為冬季奧運競賽之一的項目上稱王。
冬季兩項 - 法國女將弗洛倫斯·巴維雷爾-羅貝爾(Baverel-Robert)於7.5公里小項中獲得金牌。銀牌花落瑞典的安娜·卡倫·奧洛夫松(Anna CarinOlofsson),銅牌則由烏克蘭的莉莉婭·葉夫列莫娃捧走。上屆世界盃優勝者德國籍奧運衛冕冠軍凱蒂威廉表現失常,只獲得第七名。
北歐兩項 - 在北歐兩項團體賽項目中,奧地利選手在該項目奪冠。
速度滑冰 - 東道主義大利在男子速度滑冰比賽中戰勝加拿大選手,以2.82 秒之差拿下金牌。
越野滑雪 - 愛沙尼亞選手安德魯斯·維爾帕魯在越野滑雪女子傳統技術10公里的比賽中獲得金牌,挪威選手包攬了二到四位。中國選手王春麗獲得18名,這是中國運動員在此項目比賽上的最好成績。
花樣滑冰 - 在花樣滑冰的男單的比賽中俄羅斯「冰王子」普魯申科,以90.66分的個人歷史最高分獲得冠軍。
冬季兩項 -俄羅斯冬季兩項銀牌得主奧·派列娃藥檢陽性,被剝奪該屆冬季奧運會參賽資格,並遭到禁賽2年的處罰。
越野滑雪 - 挪威選手彼得森(Hilde Pedersen)在女子10公里越野滑雪賽獲得銅牌,成為冬季奧運史上最年長的女子獎牌得主。
速度滑冰 - 德國選手佩希絲坦協助國家奪得女子團體追逐賽的金牌,成為第一個在連續五屆冬季奧運中奪得獎牌的選手。
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第七天 - 2月17日
俯式冰撬 - 現時39歲的加拿大運動員達夫·吉布森贏得男子個人賽的金牌,是冬季奧運中最年長的金牌得主。
冰球 - 女子冰球4強賽,上屆銀牌得主美國,以2:3不敵瑞典出局。
冰球 - 在另一場的四強賽中,加拿大以6:0大勝芬蘭,將與瑞典於決賽中會面。
單板滑雪 - 世界錦標賽冠軍的美國運動員琳塞·雅科貝裡斯在女子技巧賽決賽臨到達終點前跌倒,最後由瑞士運動員塔尼婭·弗里登後來居上奪得金牌。
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第八天 - 2月18日
高山滑雪 - 挪威選手阿姆奧特衛冕奪得男子超級大曲道賽金牌,並成為冬季奧運第一位連續四屆賽事奪冠的選手。
速度滑冰 - 美國黑人選手戴維斯在男子1000米贏得金牌,成為冬季奧運歷史上第一位奪得金牌的黑人選手。
冰球 - 瑞士意外地二比零擊敗上屆冠軍加拿大,加拿大全場共有49次射門,但完全被瑞士門將Martin Gerber一一化解。
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第九天 - 2月19日
速度滑冰 - 女子個人1000米小項賽事,由荷蘭運動員蒂默爾摘下金牌,時間為1分16秒05,為荷蘭贏得本屆冬季奧運中第二面的金牌。
有舵雪橇 - 由朗格·安德烈及柯斯克·凱文組成的德國一隊於男子雙人賽中再下一城,為德國贏得本屆冬季奧運中第二面的雪橇金牌。
冰球 - 男子冰球分組賽A組賽事,芬蘭爆冷以2:0擊敗上屆金牌得主加拿大。
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第十天 - 2月20日
花樣滑冰 - 花樣滑冰冰上舞蹈小項,俄羅斯組合納芙卡/科斯托馬洛夫以200.64分的得分奪金。
高山滑雪 - 奧地利女子運動員米卡埃拉·多夫梅斯特於超級曲道賽得到銅牌,之前已贏得滑降賽小項的金牌。
冰球 - 女子冰球小項的決賽,加拿大以4:1成功戰勝瑞典,衛冕金牌。
自由式滑雪 - 自由式滑雪男子空中技巧初賽,中國男子運動員的韓曉鵬以250.45分名列第一齣線決賽,而邱森就以236.50分得第6位出線,另外的兩位中國運動員張忠奇和歐曉濤排名第18和23,出局。
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獎牌榜
注1:東道主以此背景色突出
注2:最高獎牌枚數以粗體標出
注3:所有資料截至於2006年2月21日00:00(義大利都靈當地時間)
2006年冬季奧林匹克運動會獎牌榜前10位
名次 編碼 隊伍 金牌 銀牌 銅牌 總數 獎牌總數排名
1 GER 德國 9 7 5 21 1
2 AUT 奧地利 8 5 3 16 4
3 USA 美國 7 7 4 18 =2
4 RUS 俄羅斯 7 3 5 15 5
5 ITA 義大利 4 0 5 9 7
6 CAN 加拿大 3 6 5 14 6
7 KOR 韓國 3 3 1 7 =8
8 FRA 法國 3 1 3 7 =8
9 EST 愛沙尼亞 3 0 0 3 =15
10 NOR 挪威 2 8 8 18 =2



都靈(義大利語:Torino)是義大利西北部的工業城市,皮埃蒙特(Piemonte)地區的首府。在2001年的人口普查中,都靈有865,263人口,而整個都會區則估計有150萬人口。都靈是2006年冬季奧運會的主辦城市。
Turin (Italian: Torino; Piedmontese: Turin) is a major industrial city in north-western Italy, capital of the Piedmont region, located mainly on the west bank of the Po River. The population of Turin city is 908,000 (2004 census), but with its metropolitan area totals about 1.7 million inhabitants. The province is one of the largest in Italy, with 6,830 square kilometres (2,637 sq. mi), and one of the most populous, with 2,236,941 inhabitants at the 2004 census. Turin is currently hosting the 2006 Winter Olympics. Turin is also well-known as the home of the shroud of Turin

1.winter olympic competition. describe(define)the games of winter olympics? athletes?
2.what is olympic spirit?
3.where is the city, winter olympic? describe its location and map?
4.who is olympic hopeful(potential players in olympic)? why
5.how do the the countriesw from warmer climates(players:AU, china) have a shot at taling home the gold?= champion, medal, premium,prize

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水曜日, 2月 15, 2006

Luge

A luge is small one- or two-person sled on which one sleighs supine and feet-first. Steering is done by flexing the sled's runners or pulling straps attached to the sled's runners. Luge is also the name of the sport which involves racing with such sleds.
luge 是一個sleighs 仰和腳第一的小一或二人雪撬。指點由屈曲雪撬的賽跑者或拉扯完成皮帶附有雪撬的賽跑者。Luge 並且是介入賽跑與這樣雪撬體育的名字。規則是相當簡單在luge 。路線被計時, 並且運動員必須離去從一開始把柄在有些時間之內一旦軌道被宣稱清楚。

運動員被要求到達在結束以luge 。疏忽做如此結果在自動無資格。但是, 運動員被允許停止在奔跑期間和繼續他們的下降, 以推擠, 在改變位置雪撬以後在軌道。

有對雪撬的重量制約, 並且對設計和建築的制約。' 鋼的(金屬刀片在賽跑者底部雪撬幻燈片) 必須是在有些溫度範圍之內相對氣溫。有並且對運動員的重量制約, 並且許多其它制約與設備有關包括speedsuits 、起動、盔甲、手套、釘, 等。

像其它計時的體育, 合格確定開始狀態, 重要在惡化的軌道期間適應。整體時間是聚集體二或更多運行在路線下

冬季奧運項目

Biathlon冬季兩項
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh雪車 - 雪車
Bobsleigh - Skeleton雪車 - 俯臥式雪車
Curling冰球
Ice Hockey冰上曲棍球
Luge雪橇
Skating - Figure skating滑冰 - 花式滑冰
Skating - Speed skatingurling滑冰 - 競速滑冰
Skating - Short Track Speed Skating滑冰 - 短道競速滑冰
Skiing - Alpine Skiing滑雪 - 阿爾卑斯式滑雪
Skiing - Cross Country Skiing滑雪 - 越野式滑雪
Skiing - Freestyle Skiing滑雪 - 自由式滑雪
Skiing - Nordic Combined滑雪 - 北歐式滑雪
Skiing - Ski jumping滑雪 - 跳躍式滑雪
Skiing - Snowboarding滑雪 - 滑板滑雪

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火曜日, 1月 10, 2006

Why Don`t You Kiss Her


Were the best of friends
And we share our secrets
She knows everything that is on my mind
But lately somethings changed
As I lie awake in my bed
A voice here inside my headSoftly says Why don't you kiss her
Why don't you tell her
Why don't you let her seeThe feelings that you hide
Cuz she'll never knowIf you never show
The way u feel inside
Oh im so afraid to make that first move
Just a touch and we
Could cross the line
And everytime she's nearI wanna never let her go
Confess to her what my heart knows
Hold her
Why don't you kiss herWhy don't you tell her
Why don't you let her see
The feelings that you hideCuz she'll never knowIf you never show
The way u feel inside
What would she sayI wonder would she just turn away
Or would she promise me
That she's here to stayIt hurts me to waitI keep asking myself
Why don't you kiss her
Why don't you tell herWhy don't you let her see
The feelings that you hide
Cuz she'll never know
If you never showThe way u feel inside
What would she sayI wonder would she just turn away
Or would she promise meThat she's here to stayIt hurts me to waitI keep asking myself
Why don't you kiss herWhy don't you tell herWhy don't you let her seeThe feelings that you hide
Cuz she'll never knowIf you never showThe way u feel inside
Why don't you kiss her (tell her you love her)
Why don't u tell her (tell her you need her)
Why don't you let her seeThe feelings that you hide
Cuz she'll never know
If you never showThe way you feel inside...