Her schemes backfired on herself,and she lost her boyfriend forever.
We have run out of room to store them.
Deliberate practice entails more than simply repeating a task.
detest /d?'test/ vt. 冤仇;厌恶
This president ran on the promise of: We are getting out of the way, we are in retreat.
Resign v. 告退;放弃;使屈就;拜托
With the referendum won, its vote collapsed.
But her belated move towards a realistic Brexit has just begun.
The incident triggered an armed clash.
The conspiracy of the assissination of the president was brought to light in time.
4. In the same way, Remainers might once also have been satisfied by the prospect of a customs union, so long as it was tied to a vote in Parliament on whether to hold a second referendum. But when Mrs. May belatedly offered such things this week, it was dismissed by all sides as inadequate. The scope for compromise has drastically narrowed from where it stood in 2016. Talks with the Labour opposition and indicative votes among MPs on possible Brexit options have gone nowhere, in large part because they were initiated so late in the day. Mrs. May inherited a divided country which urgently needed to be coaxed back together. Her approach has driven its two tribes still further apart.
Sometimes it feels easier to give up and not devote your full attention to it.
Both women vehemently deny the charges against them.
Domestic animals run out of their stalls.
说明many Remainers believe that Brexit could yet be cancelled altogether.的缘由。， 这个句子的主干是：At the same time many Remainers believe that Brexit could yet be cancelled altogether.中心的seeing the government constantly in retreat是一个动词的现在分词形式带领的缘由状语从句
本句主句是：Boris Johnson represents a dangerous gamble for the country. 中心的插入语the favourite among the Conservative Party members who will choose the next leader是对Boris Johnson信息的补充
The average price for a gallon of gas across the country is reversing course and edging up.
Now, Tough Bill was not the man to put up with humiliation at the hands of a common sailor.
I sent in my resignation this morning.
In the aftermath of the referendum, nearly three years ago, many Brexiteers might have accepted a deal in which Britain left the single market and ended free movement, with temporary membership of the customs union as the only tie.
It is hard to see how people will get through the winter...
A last-ditch effort is a final attempt to succeed at something.
The surprise I had planned backfired on me.
The United States does not support the referendum.
Watching you fail spectacularly gives me so much joy.
I find his rudeness intolerable.
She really did detest his mockery.
Many Leavers now believe that a perfect, costless version of Brexit exists, which they are being denied only through some mix of incompetence and conspiracy.
2. Historians may be a fraction kinder to Mrs. May than today’s commentators. But the prime minister’s ineptitude has rendered the fiendishly hard Brexit project almost impossible. Faced with the many painful trade-offs that Brexit entails, Mrs. May refused to accept that compromise was necessary until too late—after others’ positions had hardened and compromise was defined as losing. Many Leavers now believe that a perfect, costless version of Brexit exists, which they are being denied only through some mix of incompetence and conspiracy. At the same time many Remainers, seeing the government constantly in retreat, believe that Brexit could yet be cancelled altogether.
这个句子的主干是：many Brexiteers might have accepted a deal, with temporary membership of the customs union as the only tie. 前面的In the aftermath of the referendum, nearly three years ago是时候状语，前面的in which Britain left the single market and ended free movement,是一个定语从句。说明这些事务发生的时候，修饰a deal, 说明具体是一个什么样的deal
They joked about his ineptitude.
This is one is spectacularly different.
The police were forced to make a tactical withdrawal.
精 读 解 析
At the same time many Remainers, seeing the government constantly in retreat, believe that Brexit could yet be cancelled altogether.
He has gambled away all his wealth.
She was stalling for time .
前面的which they are being denied only through some mix of incompetence and conspiracy.是由which带领的一个定语从句。，在that带领的这个宾语从句中，句子的主干是： a perfect, costless version of Brexit exists。这样的形式是什么样的呢?前面的which带领的句子说明：这类形式只是由于能干和狡计的某种混杂感化而被否认了。 这个句子的主干是：Many Leavers now believe that+宾语从句，修饰a perfect, costless version of Brexit。即：很多支持脱欧的人信赖…信赖什么呢，也就是：存在一种完善的、不需要支出任何价格的脱欧形式
She was jolted by the betrayal of her trusted friend.
3. This polarization is Mrs. May’s legacy—and it will bedevil her successor.In the aftermath of the referendum, nearly three years ago, many Brexiteers might have accepted a deal in which Britain left the single market and ended free movement, with temporary membership of the customs union as the only tie. Most now see such an outcome as an intolerable betrayal (never mind that some of them still seem unsure what a customs union actually is).
gamble on就…停止赌博;在…上冒风险, 试试看
He is bedeviled by his mistaken ideas.
Mr. Putin won two previous presidential elections by crushing margins, in part because many opposition candidates were excluded from the polls.
As the rock rolled down, it gathered momentum.
I will not gamble with your life.
She coaxed the baby to take the medicine.
Polarization is on the rise in the whole world.
She spends only a fraction of her earnings.
Resigned adj. 屈就的;已告退的;己放弃的
The parties will renegotiate the price.
Boris Johnson, the favourite among the Conservative Party members who will choose the next leader, represents a dangerous gamble for the country.
In the aftermath of attacks, two men accused of being involved were burn to death by mob.
The end of the road
5. She has no cards left to play. A change of leader might give new momentum to talks in Westminster, which have stalled in the past few weeks, despite the EU’s urging of Britain to get on with it. Boris Johnson, the favourite among the Conservative Party members who will choose the next leader, represents a dangerous gamble for the country. But he may be more capable than Mrs. May of the political and ideological flexibility that will be required to get Britain out of the trap in which it has placed itself.
6. No one should assume that Mrs. May’s exit will solve Britain’s Brexit problems. Mr. Johnson proposes to renegotiate the withdrawal agreement, but the EU is sure to refuse him. At home, most Leave-voters detest the current deal so vehemently that they would rather quit with no deal at all (another dreadful legacy of Mrs. May, who spent two years saying Britain could prosper with no deal, before admitting that she was wrong).Upstart parties on both the Leave and Remain sides are tugging Labour and the Tories towards the extremes. The possibility of cross-party agreement seems more remote than ever. And as the chances of no deal edge up, the pound is sliding. Mrs. May has had a wretched time in office. Her successor will find it no easier.
Many Leavers now believe that // a perfect, costless version of Brexit exists, // which they are being denied only through some mix of incompetence and conspiracy.
You cannot marry that young upstart!
? betrayal /b??tre??l/ n. 变节;辜负;袒露