1. Comparing with those fruit vendors, you´re lucky; yet they never complain. 和那些水果贩比起来, 你很幸运, 然而他们从不抱怨.
2. But the chances are against it, and there is a virtual limit on how long we can hope to remain alive, however lucky and robust we are. 但这种可能性很小。不管我们多么幸运，多么健壮，我们所希望的长寿实际上是有限度的。
3. But his wife isn´t very lucky. She usually stays at home! 但他的妻子运气不很好。他总是呆在家里！
4. But he felt pretty good he had been one of the lucky ones, who had received his shots to make him young again before he turned 40, so he was still a young-looking fellow. 他曾经是那些幸运者中的一个，这些幸运者在40岁之前接受了重返青春的注射，因此他看上去仍像个年轻人。
5. We are lucky in that only the lower fields, which make up a very small proportion of our farm, are affected by flooding, 值得庆幸的是，只有低洼的受到洪水影响，而低洼地在我们农场比例很小。
6. The Romans thought that odd numbers were lucky and they took a day from a 30-day month — from February — to get an extra 31-day month. 罗马人认为奇数是吉祥的数字，他们从一个有30天的月份——2月份——中去掉了一天，从而又多了一个有31天的月份。
7. There is general agreement that genuine biological differences exist between individuals; geniuses need to be lucky in both their genes and their parents. 人们普遍认为，个体之间存在着生理差异，要成为天才必须幸运地既拥有天才的基因，又拥有能造就天才的父母。