六级As you acquire a distinctive identity, your attitudes are further refined by the behavior of those with whom you identify—your family, those of your gender and culture, and the people you admire, even though you may not know them personally.
六级Today's teenagers admire their parents and welcome parental guidance about important matters such as career choice—though certainly not Mom and Dad's advice on matters of personal taste, such as music or fashion.
高考I was right to have admired him.
考研During his lifetime, though, he was also one of England's foremost classical-music critics, and a stylist so widely admired that his Autobiographybecame a best-seller.
四级Blance spent a week in Hong Kong and photographed more than 60 signs; 22 of them appear in the series that capture the signs lighting up lonely streets—an approach that makes it easy to admire their colors and craftsmanship.
高考He observed that homer was still admired after two thousand years.
高考During the mid-autumn festival, family members often gather together share a meal, admire the moon and enjoy moon cakes.
六级In a series of several experiments, the researchers illustrated just how much we've come to admire busyness, or at least the appearance of it.
四级Later, in his cook books, he would often include a sketch of himself, so that people on the street would be able to recognize—and admire—him.
六级It's possible to admire Oprah Winfrey and still wish Harvard hadn't awarded her an honorary doctor of law degree and the commencement(毕业典礼)speaker spot at yesterday's graduation.
高考The adobe dwellings built by the pueblo indians of the American southwest are admired by even the most modern of architects and engineers.