[00:03]Over a couple of hours
[00:05]he turned in pitch-perfect imitations of everyone
[00:09]from Walter Cronkite to the strangely gloomy waiter
[00:13]who brought his breakfast.
[00:21]Kahne realizes the offseason
[00:24]might not bring him any answers.
[00:27]"I used to try and stay in the loop,
[00:31]and then things don't happen that they say will,"Kahne said.
[00:36]"It's up to them what happens.
[00:38]They do their things, and I'll do mine."
[00:46]With Mike Phillips out for another month
[00:49]with an ankle injury and Gareth Cooper out of form,
[00:54]a fit Peel would be a virtual certainty for Twickenham.
[00:59]But he limped out of the ground
[01:02]on Saturday night with a grimace.
[01:07]Even though humans have been
[01:10]upright for millions of years,
[01:13]our feet and back continue to struggle with
[01:17]bipedal posture and cannot easily withstand repeated
[01:22]strain imposed by oversize limbs.
[01:30]While history once revered its affinity to literature
[01:35]and philosophy, the emerging social sciences
[01:39]seemed to afford greater opportunities
[01:43]for asking new questions
[01:45]and providing rewarding approaches
[01:47]to an understanding of the past.
[01:55]Do not attempt to compose a perfectly correct draft
[02:00]the first time around. Grammar, punctuation,
[02:04]and spelling can wait until you revise.
[02:11]A: Do you know when a snake sheds its skin?
[02:15]B: I don't know.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-237503-1.html