发布人：四川大学出国留学预备学院 发布时间：2017-10-09 18:02:42 该文章访问量：93
● CV的完整形式是拉丁文Curriculum Vitae，CV主要是用于申请学术、教育、科研职位，或者申请奖学金等等，现在常常有人把CV和Resume混起来称为“简历”，其实精确而言，CV应该是“履历”，Resume才是简历。
● Resume要求概述与求职有关的教育准备和经历，是对经验技能的摘要，其主要目的在说服用人单位老板雇佣自己；Curriculum Vitae则需集中说明学术工作，不重视与文化程度和学习成绩无直接关系的资料。
Do → conduct
动词: organise and carry out.
示例: I plan to do research on the effects of…
范例: I plan to conduct research on the effects of…
Find out → discover
动词: become aware of a fact or situation.
示例: A link between income and quality of leisure time was found out.
范例: A link between income and quality of leisure time was discovered.
Look at → examine
动词: inspect someone or something thoroughly in order to determine their nature or condition.
示例: This essay will look at the online fashion industry in the UK.
范例: This essay will examine the online fashion industry in the UK.
Bad/good → negative/positive
形容词: (of a person, attitude, or situation) not desirable or optimistic/constructive, optimistic or confident.
示例: The new tax rates are having a good effect on sales.
范例: The new tax rates are having a positive effect on sales.
Get → obtain
动词: obtain or secure something wanted or desirable.
示例: Questionnaires will be used to get the opinions of the participants.
范例: Questionnaires will be used to obtain the opinions of the participants.
A lot → many
量词, 冠词或形容词: a large number of.
示例: A lot of scholars have conducted studies in this area.
范例: Many scholars have conducted studies in this area.
Same → equivalent
名词: a person or thing that is equal to or corresponds with another in value, amount, function or meaning.
示例: The two books are the same in value.
范例: The two books are equivalent in value.
Put into → contribute
动词: help to cause or bring about.
示例: All group members put in the same effort.
范例: All group members contributed the same effort.
Get together → merge
动词: combine or cause to combine to form a single entity.
示例: The two companies plan to get together in 2017.
范例: The two companies plan to merge in 2017.
Really → considerable
形容词: notably large in size, amount or extent.
示例: The project was really successful.
范例: The project obtained considerable success.
Big → major
形容词: important, serious or significant.
示例: Some of the big findings in the industry support this view.
范例: Some of the major findings in the industry support this view.
A few → several
量词, 冠词: more than two but not many.
示例: He is the author of a few books.
范例: He is the author of several books.
Workers → employees
名词: a person employed for wages or salary, especially at non-executive level.
示例: The company provides health care and life insurance benefits for all of its workers.
范例: The company provides health care and life insurance benefits for all of its employees.
Get up → rise
名词: an increase in number, size, amount or degree.
示例: Local people are worried when the crime rates get up.
范例: Local people are worried when the crime rates rise.
Put in place → implement
动词: put a decision, plan or agreement into effect.
示例: The scheme to put in place the new financial support measures is being reviewed.
范例: The scheme to implement the new financial support measures is being reviewed.
Bring about → effect
动词: cause something to happen.
示例: The party brought about many policy changes.
范例: The party effected many policy changes.
Get across → communicate
动词: succeed in conveying one's ideas or in evoking understanding in others.
示例: I plan to get across my ideas to the panel.
范例: I plan to communicate my ideas to the panel.
TV → television
名词: a system for converting visual images with sound into electrical signals, transmitting them by radio or other means, and displaying them electronically on a screen.
示例: TV was important to families in the 1960s.
范例: Television was important to families in the 1960s.
Ad → advertisement
名词: a notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicising a job vacancy.
示例: There are heavy regulations on ads for alcoholic drinks.
范例: There are heavy regulations on advertisements for alcoholic drinks.
Add up → calculate
动词: determine the amount or number of something mathematically.
示例: The program can add up the number of words that will fit in the space available.
范例: The program can calculate the number of words that will fit in the space available.