核心句型：Seeing is believing.
Seeing is believing是一句家喻户晓的谚语，其出处现已无法考证，是代代普通民众长期积累流传下来的思想。这个谚语用一个中国的成语来对照就是：“眼见为实”，意译过来就是：“百闻不如一见”。因此，当美国人说"Seeing is believing."时，他/她要表达的意思就是"What you see is true."、"One eyewitness is better than ten hearsays."、"A picture is worth a thousand words."。
情景对白：Terry: Oh, Ben. I was assigned to see that captious client this afternoon. He is really the most ticklish client I have ever met. Seeing is believing!
Benjamin: Really? Who would have the power to daunt our hero?
搭配句积累：①You'd better come and see it by yourself.
②He is a resourceful leader indeed.
③What you heard might not be true.
④You should not place too much credit in hearsay.
单词：1. hearsay n. 传闻，谣言
Much of what was reported to them was hearsay...
Rumor, myth and hearsay obscure the truth after months of bloodshed.
2. a picture really is worth a thousand words 【俚语】百闻不如一见，画能达万意
A picture is worth a thousand words, and we really wanted parents and professionals to be able see what the early warning signs look like.
It is said that “a picture is worth a thousand words”. But aside from slides and charts, you can also offer metaphors, similes, and anecdotes to better engage your audience.
3.daunt vt. 使畏缩
I'm somewhat daunted by the size of the task.
Even a greater natural calamity cannot daunt us.
4. resourceful adj. 足智多谋的
He was amazingly inventive and resourceful, and played a major role in my career...
Her mother was a resourceful and energetic woman.