happen to 强调事情的偶然发生
Eg: It happnes that I met her on my way to work
Guess, who I happend on while I was in London last month?
The body of one statue was found…
date fromKey sentence:
Its missing head happened to be among remains of…
surprised; astonished; amazed; astounded
to find… / to discover… / to realize…
as it turns out 人们后来发现
work. Such is human nature, that a great many people are often willing to sacrifice higher pay for the privilege of becoming
the Ellesmere Corporation.
When he got married, Alf was too embarrassed to say anything to his wife about his job. He simply told her that he worked for
the Corporation. Every morning, he left home dressed in a smart black suit. He then changed into overalls and spent the next
eight hours as a dustman. Before returning home at night, he took a shower and changed back into his suit. Alf did this for over
for Alf has just found another job. He will soon be working in an office. He will be earning only half as much as he used to, but
'Mr. Bloggs', not 'Alf'.
◆manual adj. 体力的
◆collar n. 衣领
Eg: As it turns out, there was not need to worry.
As it turns out, the report was mistaken. 人们后来发现,这篇报告被弄错了。
rest on = depend on, lean on
His hand rested lightly on my shoulder.
so far,up to now 都是完成时的标志
find out he identity
offices are frequently referred to as ‘white-collar workers' for the simple reason that they usually wear a collar and tie to go to
he feels that his rise in status is well worth the loss of money. From now on, he will wear a suit all day and others will call him
◆sacrifice v. 牺牲，献出
◆privilege n. 好处
◆dustman n. 清洁工
◆corporation n. 公司
These days, people who do manual work often receive far more money than people who work in offices. People who work in
white-collar workers. This can give rise to curious situations, as it did in the case of Alfred Bloggs who worked as a dustman for
two years and his fellow dustmen kept his secret. AlF's wife has never discovered that she married a dustman and she never will,
◆overalls n. 工作服
She stood three feet high and her hands rested on th hips.
which swept the grounddespite / in spite ofKey sentence:
It is still a problem for the archaeologists up to now.