Jul 28, 2022
In General Discussions
The fees for psychological counselors in China's first-tier cities have reached 300 to 1,500 yuan per hour, and the price has become unbearable for ordinary people. In the next 15 years, China may need 2 million to 3 million psychological counselors and related staff. Taking into account the prevalence of depression related to the above, the loss of family members in the workplace, and medical use, etc., it can be seen that depression has caused a great burden on the overall social economy. According to estimates by foreign scholars, the social and economic burden caused by depression treatment only accounts for 28% of all expenses for direct medical care (3% for drugs and 25% for other medical expenses), and the remaining indirect expenses account for 72%. (27% leave, 28% productivity loss, 17% death). If patients can be encouraged to complete telemarketing list treatment early, unnecessary indirect losses can be relatively reduced. Not only Chinese has idioms, but English also has pairs of phrases, called binomial pair. The phrases of ___and___ are not only literate, but also more vivid in speaking and writing! I just mentioned the usage of binomial pair (or binomial for short) in English. You may not know the grammar for a while. For example, you often hear safe and sound (safe and sound), pros and cons (pros and cons), ups and Downs (ups and downs), etc., are composed of two words with the same part of speech, with and, or, nor in the middle. Today, the author, Xiao V, introduces seven phrases that are often mentioned in my life, but can get stuck in English or can only think of simple words. Learning how to use these binomial pairs can help you in speaking or writing! 1. toss and turn Steven often tosses and turns at night if he has an interview or important exam the next day . My mom was tossing and turning all night because my dad didn't come home from work last night . 2. hustle and bustle The word hustle , when used as a verb, means "to push; to make noise", and its noun is "to be busy", and it can also mean "to work hard and strive for the top."