12. What I discovered is that adults are remarkably similar in how they learn best: The most unforgettable and transformative learning occurs through personal experience, group support and/or mentoring.(英译汉)
1.译文：I think young people should have the freedom and the space to make their own decisions.
2.译文：The Olympic Games are growing so big that most cities may not be able to host them in future.
3.译文：Currently, once the Games are finished, all the gathered expertise vanishes and the next city has to begin from scratch.
4.译文：The Ecole du Louvre, in addition to its regular university-level curricula, offers free public evening classes in art history.
5.译文：Would you believe coffee and help protect your brain from a dangerous degenerative disease?
6.译文： The two of us sit on chairs and stare upward and around until closing time, watching the sun illuminate the stained glass panes deep red, blue, gold, and a near blinding white. On the way out, someone coughs, and the sound goes on and on-acoustics in this chapel are remarkable.
7.译文：An investigation shows that female workers tend to have a favorable attitude toward retirement.
8.译文：I recently spent time asking effective professionals about their most memorable and effective learning experiences.
9.译文：My goal was to find out what works best when it comes to adult education.
10.译文：So why is there such a disconnect between what works for adults and is offered by corporate training departments?
11.译文：Very few trainers, in world over, come to their work with much knowledge about learning.