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1. My mother is very subject to headaches.
2. The prices are subject to change.
1. The suspect was subjected to cross-examination at the police station.
1. He has read many books on the subject.
A：Excuse me. Can you tell me how to find some books on social science?
B：Sure. You see all these little drawers here and all the way around the walls?
B：These drawers contain cards describing every book in our library. Together they constitute the library’s “card catalog”.You can see that each drawer runs from one part of the alphabet to another. For example, this drawer goes from SCA to SCM.
A：So if I’m looking for a look called A History of Western Society, I’d just look under “A”.
B：No. You’d look under “W”. The articles “a” and “the” don’t count in our alphabetization, and card are generally omitted for extremely common words and phrases such as “history of”, “introduction to”, “story of” and so forth.
不。应该“W”下找。冠词“a”和“the”不包括在字母排列中。一般来说，目录卡片往往省略一些特别常用的词和词组。如“history of”，“introduction to”，“story of”等等。
A：What if I don’t know the title of the book?
B：When you can look under the author’s name.
A：Could you give me an example?
B：Suppose you want to find a book by your professor, William Smith. You’d look under SMITH and then WILLIAM. Since that’s a very common name, you may have to go through several “William Smith” until you come to the one who wrote book on the subject you’re interested in.
假如你要找一本你的导师威廉?史密斯教授写的书，你可以在SMITH 栏下寻找，由于William Smith 是一个很常见的姓名，你可能得查阅很多William Smith 才能找到你所感兴趣的书的那位William Smith。
A：my company will begin business soon, but I have little knowledge about the business tax. Can you introduce it?
B：I will try my best. Generally speaking ,the business tax is levied on the taxable service ,the transfer of intangible asset and sale of the immovable property within china .
A：what do you mean by the taxable services?
B：they are the definite items stipulated by the law, such as the transportation, construction, finance , insurance and the like .they do not include the processing, repairs, and replacement services, for they are subject to the value added tax.
A：it is easy to understand the immovable property, but what do you mean by the intangible asset?
B：it means the royalties, include patent right, proprietary technology, copy right, trademark right, and so on.
A：what about the tax base?
B：in most case, it is the total consideration received, including additional fees and charges.
A：does that include the turnover received in advance?
B：yes, it does in the case of transfer of the intangible assets or immovable property .
A：and what about the donation?
B：the donation is taxable in the case of transfer of the immovable property. But the turnover will be assessed by the tax authority.
A：what can we do if we receive turnover in the form of foreign currency?
B：you can transfer the foreign currency into Reminbi at exchange rate based upon either the date or the first day of the month, that the Taxable item happened .
A：how about the tax rate?
B：in general, the rate is from 3% to 5%, but the entertainment is from 5% to 20%.
A：what you have said is very helpful, thank you.
The subject of something such as a conversation, letter, or book is the thing that is being discussed or written about.
e.g. It was I who first raised the subject of plastic surgery.
e.g. ...the president's own views on the subject.
Someone or something that is the subject of criticism, study, or an investigation is being criticized, studied, or investigated.
e.g. Over the past few years, some of the positions Mr. Meredith has adopted have made him the subject of criticism...
e.g. He's now the subject of an official inquiry.
A subject is an area of knowledge or study, especially one that you study at school, college, or university.
e.g. Surprisingly, mathematics was voted their favourite subject.
e.g. ...a tutor in maths and science subjects.
In an experiment or piece of research, the subject is the person or animal that is being tested or studied.
e.g. 'White noise' was played into the subject's ears through headphones...
e.g. Subjects in the study were asked to follow a modified diet.
An artist's subjects are the people, animals, or objects that he or she paints, models, or photographs.
e.g. Her favourite subjects are shells spotted on beach walks.
In grammar, the subject of a clause is the noun group that refers to the person or thing that is doing the action expressed by the verb. For example, in 'My cat keeps catching birds', 'my cat' is the subject.
To be subject to something means to be affected by it or to be likely to be affected by it.
e.g. Prices may be subject to alteration...
e.g. In addition, interest on Treasury issues isn't subject to state and local income taxes.
If someone is subject to a particular set of rules or laws, they have to obey those rules or laws.
e.g. The tribunal is unique because Mr Jones is not subject to the normal police discipline code.
e.g. ...arguing that as a sovereign state it could not be subject to another country's laws.
If you subject someone to something unpleasant, you make them experience it.
e.g. ...the man who had subjected her to four years of beatings and abuse...
使她遭受了 4 年毒打和辱骂的男人
e.g. Innocent civilians are being arrested and subjected to inhumane treatment.
The people who live in or belong to a particular country, usually one ruled by a monarch, are the subjects of that monarch or country.
e.g. ...his subjects regarded him as a great and wise monarch...
e.g. Roughly half of them are British subjects.
Subject peoples and countries are ruled or controlled by the government of another country.
e.g. The subject peoples of her empire were anxious for their own independence.
e.g. ...colonies and other subject territories.
When someone involved in a conversation changes the subject, they start talking about something else, often because the previous subject was embarrassing.
e.g. He tried to change the subject, but she wasn't to be put off.
If an event will take place subject to a condition, it will take place only if that thing happens.
e.g. They denied a report that Egypt had agreed to a summit, subject to certain conditions.
1. something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation
e.g. a moving picture of a train is more dramatic than a still picture of the same subject
2. some situation or event that is thought about
e.g. he kept drifting off the topic
he had been thinking about the subject for several years
it is a matter for the police
3. a branch of knowledge
e.g. in what discipline is his doctorate?
teachers should be well trained in their subject
anthropology is the study of human beings
4. (grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence
the grammatical constituent about which something is predicated
5. (logic) the first term of a proposition
6. the subject matter of a conversation or discussion
e.g. he didn't want to discuss that subject
it was a very sensitive topic
his letters were always on the theme of love
7. a person who owes allegiance to that nation
e.g. a monarch has a duty to his subjects
8. a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures
someone who is an object of investigation
e.g. the subjects for this investigation were selected randomly
the cases that we studied were drawn from two different communities
1. refer for judgment or consideration
e.g. The lawyers submitted the material to the court
2. make accountable for
e.g. He did not want to subject himself to the judgments of his superiors
3. cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to
e.g. He subjected me to his awful poetry
The sergeant subjected the new recruits to many drills
People in Chernobyl were subjected to radiation
4. make subservient
force to submit or subdue
1. likely to be affected by something
e.g. the bond is subject to taxation
he is subject to fits of depression
2. being under the power or sovereignty of another or others
e.g. subject peoples
a dependent prince
3. possibly accepting or permitting
e.g. a passage capable of misinterpretation
open to interpretation
an issue open to question
the time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation