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/200703/11242Thats what we want, new American jobs, and good jobs.这将创造数千个新的就业岗位。这就是我们想要的,美国人的新工作,以及好工作。Intel decided to move forward with this projectIntel决定推动这一项目,because they know we are totally committed to lifting the regulatory and tax burdens that are hurting American innovation and companies.因为他们知道我们全面承诺解除监管和税收负担。这正伤害着美国的创新和美国的企业。In fact, we are in the process right now of working on a major tax reform that will massively reduce taxes on our workers and businesses.事实上,我们现在正在这样的进程中,进行重要的税收改革。这将为我们的员工和企业大量得削减赋税。We want to make it much easier to do business in America - and thats what we are going to do.我们想让他们在美国做生意变得更容易。这就是我们将要做的。We are going to make it also much harder for companies to leave.我们将让众多的企业更难以离开。Theyre not just going to say bye-bye and fire everybody.他们不仅仅是说再见,并解雇每个人。There will be consequences.而将有严重后果。I want America to be the great jobs magnet of the world我想让美国变成世界变成优质工作的磁铁。but we cant do that if we dont stop the wasteful rules and excessive taxes that make it impossible for companies to compete.但我们不能完成这些,如果我们不能停止无用的规则和过度税收。201702/493698

突破口语之情景对话(10):Birthday gift生日礼物10. Birthday gift 生日礼物Lisa: Happy birthday, Jim!Jim: Thank you, Lisa.Lisa: Here is a present for you. I hope you like it.Jim: Oh, great! I love it! You know I've been expecting this for a long time.Lisa: I'm very glad to hear that.Jim: Come here; let me introduce some friends to you.译文:莉萨:吉姆,生日快乐!吉姆:谢谢你,莉萨。莉萨:这是给你的生日礼物。但愿你能喜欢。吉姆:哦,太棒了!我太喜欢了!你知道我一直都想要它。莉萨:听你这样说我很高兴。吉姆:快过来,我给你介绍几位朋友。注解 :1) introduce (v) : 介绍例: It was my younger brother who introduced me to jazz. 是我的弟弟介绍我听爵士乐的。 /200708/16431

Like it needs help. And I said, ;Whats the plan, Dan? Im thinking fireworks, bouncy castle ...;好像他才需要帮助吧。我说:“你们有什么打算呢,Dan?我能想到的是开业的烟花,充气的城堡……”;Im not sure what you mean.;“我没搞懂你的意思。”I said, ;Im just tremendously excited about the opening!;我说:“我只是对你们开业相当激动!”;Do you want to book the bouncy castle or shall I?;“你打算订充气城堡,还是我来订?”He said, ;I think you have misunderstood.;他说:“我觉得你可能误会了。”;A new store is opening, but there is no celebration planned.;“我们新店确实要开业了,但是并没有开业典礼计划。”I said, ;But what was all the Three weeks until, Two weeks until emails? I was getting excited.;我说:“但是你们每周都有发那些开业倒计时邮件啊?让我都白激动了啊。”;Im sorry youre disappointed.;“我对你的失望感到十分歉意。”I said, ;Not to worry. Lets do something anyway! Besides, the deposit on the bouncy castle was non-refundable.;我说:“没事。不管怎么样我们还是做点什么吧!再说充气城堡的订金已经不能退了。”;If we dont use it, were out a few hundred quid, Dan.;“如果我们不用它,我们就浪费了几百块呢,Dan.”He said, ;Mr. Veitch, Im not responsible for anything you have ordered.;他说:“Veitch先生,我对您所订购的东西没有任何责任。”I said, ;Lets not get into who did what. Bottom line: you and I are in this together.;我说:“我们先别说谁做了什么。无可否认,我们现在已经在一条船上了。;Question: Will you be there to make sure people take their shoes off?;请问:你愿意一直在旁边看着保别人都把鞋子脱了吗?”201706/514761

  本单元是关于海滩一天的对话Michal: I'm so glad we decided to come to Brighton! Helen: Yeah, so much better than going to the poxy World Cup in Germany. Michal: Let's sit here on the beach. What a perfect spot for an ice-cream! Helen: Oh, look at that guy over there. He looks nice ...tall and handsome. Michal: Ahem, I thought you were here with me! Man: Excuse me?Helen: Oh, hello can we help you?Man: I wonder if you could tell me where Brighton Pier is? Michal: It's right over there! Man: Oh, course it is, silly me. Thanks, bye. Michal: Helen, how about that ice cream now? Helen: Oh no! I can't find my purse! Michal: It must have been that man! Helen: Oi you! Stop! Michal: I'll get him! Vocabulary:(字汇)a pier :(码头)a large platform which sticks out into the sea and which people can walk along poxy (informal):(非正式用语,毫无价值的)rubbish, not good a spot:(地点,场所)a place本单元的语言点是直接引语和间接引语,在英语中有两种问句的句型 - 直接问句和间接问句。两种句型意义相同,但是间接问句比较客气, 正式 或比较没有 质问的口气。 可以使用直接问句 - Where is Brighton Pier? 也可以使用比较正式和比较客气的间接问句 - I wonder if you could tell me where Brighton Pier is?Indirect questionsThere are two main ways of asking questions - directly and indirectly. Both have the same meaning but we use indirect questions when we want to be more polite, more formal or less confrontational.We can ask a direct question - Where is Brighton Pier? Or to be more formal or polite, we can ask an indirect question - I wonder if you could tell me where Brighton Pier is? Word order(字的顺序)When we create indirect questions, the question (What time is it?) becomes part of a longer sentence or questions (Do you know?) and the word order changes from the order of a direct question. For example: Direct: What time is it?Indirect: Do you know what time it is? Direct: Why was he late?Indirect: Can you tell me why he was late?Direct: What is that?Indirect: Would you mind telling me what that is?Using 'do'('do'的使用)When there is no auxiliary verb (be, do have, can, will etc) in a sentence, we need to put in do, does or did when we create a direct question. When we make this into an indirect question however, we don't use the verb 'do'. For example: Direct: When does the lesson end?Indirect: Could you tell me when the lesson ends? Direct: What car does she drive?Indirect: Can you tell me what car she drives? Direct: How did you make that cake?Indirect: Would you mind telling me how you made that cake? Using 'if' or 'whether':('if' 或 'whether'的使用)If there is no question word (who, what, when, why, how) in a direct question, we need to use if or whether in the indirect question. For example: Direct: Did she make it on time? Indirect: Can you tell me if she made it on time? orCan you tell me whether she made it on time? Direct: Is this the right bus for Oxford Street?Indirect: Do you have any idea if this is the right bus for Oxford Street ? Direct: Is she French? Indirect: Do you know whether she is French (or not)? /200707/16050

  【注意:如果视频不清晰,有白色模糊部分,刷新页面重新播放即可】 /200703/11642。

  President Obama: Good afternoon, everybody. Yesterday, before votes were tallied, I shot a that some of you may have seen in which I said to the American people: Regardless of which side you were on in the election, regardless of whether your candidate won or lost, the sun would come up in the morning. And that is one bit of prognosticating that actually came true. The sun is up. And I know everybody had a long night. I did, as well. I had a chance to talk to President-elect Trump last night – about 3:30 in the morning, I think it was – to congratulate him on winning the election. And I had a chance to invite him to come to the White House tomorrow to talk about making sure that there is a successful transition between our presidencies. Now, it is no secret that the President-elect and I have some pretty significant differences. But remember: eight years ago, President Bush and I had some pretty significant differences. But President Bushs team could not have been more professional or more gracious in making sure we had a smooth transition so that we could hit the ground running. And one thing you realize quickly in this job is that the presidency, and the vice presidency, is bigger than any of us. So I have instructed my team to follow the example that President Bushs team set eight years ago, and work as hard as we can to make sure that this is a successful transition for the President-elect – because we are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country. The peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. And over the next few months, we are going to show that to the world. I also had a chance last night to speak with Secretary Clinton, and I just had a chance to hear her remarks. I could not be prouder of her. She has lived an extraordinary life of public service. She was a great First Lady. She was an outstanding Senator for the state of New York. And she could not have been a better Secretary of State. Im proud of her. A lot of Americans look up to her. Her candidacy and nomination was historic and sends a message to our daughters all across the country that they can achieve at the highest levels of politics. And I am absolutely confident that she and President Clinton will continue to do great work for people here in the ed States and all around the world. Now, everybody is sad when their side loses an election. But the day after, we have to remember that were actually all on one team. This is an intramural scrimmage. Were not Democrats first. Were not Republicans first. We are Americans first. Were patriots first. We all want whats best for this country. Thats what I heard in Mr. Trumps remarks last night. Thats what I heard when I spoke to him directly. And I was heartened by that. Thats what the country needs – a sense of unity; a sense of inclusion; a respect for our institutions, our way of life, rule of law; and a respect for each other. I hope that he maintains that spirit throughout this transition, and I certainly hope thats how his presidency has a chance to begin. I also told my team today to keep their heads up, because the remarkable work that they have done day in, day out – often without a lot of fanfare, often without a lot of attention – work in agencies, work in obscure areas of policy that make government run better and make it more responsive, and make it more efficient, and make it more service-friendly so that its actually helping more people – that remarkable work has left the next President with a stronger, better country than the one that existed eight years ago. So, win or lose in this election, that was always our mission. That was our mission from day one. And everyone on my team should be extraordinarily proud of everything that they have done, and so should all the Americans that Ive had a chance to meet all across this country who do the hard work of building on that progress every single day. Teachers in schools, doctors in the ER clinic, small businesses putting their all into starting something up, making sure theyre treating their employees well. All the important work thats done by moms and dads and families and congregations in every state. The work of perfecting this union. So this was a long and hard-fought campaign. A lot of our fellow Americans are exultant today. A lot of Americans are less so. But thats the nature of campaigns. Thats the nature of democracy. It is hard, and sometimes contentious and noisy, and its not always inspiring. But to the young people who got into politics for the first time, and may be disappointed by the results, I just want you to know: you have to stay encouraged. Dont get cynical. Dont ever think you cant make a difference. As Secretary Clinton said this morning, ;fighting for what is right is worth it.; Sometimes you lose an argument. Sometimes you lose an election. You know, the path that this country has taken has never been a straight line, with zig and zag, and sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back. And thats okay. Ive lost elections before. Joe hasnt. But, you know. So Ive been sort of – Vice President Joe Biden: Remember, you beat me badly. President Obama: Thats the way politics works sometimes. We try really hard to persuade people that were right. And then people vote. And then if we lose, we learn from our mistakes, we do some reflection, we lick our wounds, we brush ourselves off, we get back in the arena. We go at it. We try even harder the next time. The point, though, is, is that we all go forward, with a presumption of good faith in our fellow citizens – because that presumption of good faith is essential to a vibrant and functioning democracy. Thats how this country has moved forward for 240 years. Its how weve pushed boundaries and promoted freedom around the world. Thats how weve expanded the rights of our founding to reach all of our citizens. Its how we have come this far. And thats why Im confident that this incredible journey that were on as Americans will go on. And I am looking forward to doing everything that I can to make sure that the next President is successful in that. I have said before, I think of this job as being a relay runner – you take the baton, you run your best race, and hopefully, by the time you hand it off, youre a little further ahead, youve made a little progress. And I can say that weve done that, and I want to make sure that handoff is well-executed, because ultimately were all on the same team. All right? Thank you very much, everybody.201611/479469

  Good evening, everyone. Thank you all for the warm welcome. It truly is an honour to be here. Its a privilege just to be invited to the St. Matthews Day Banquet, and an even greater privilege to be one of your keynotes this evening. Id like to start by thanking my friend Mayor Scholz for his gracious invitation. And to speak after Foreign Minister Gabriel is no small feat, but Ill do my modest, Canadian best. You know, when my office received the Mayors invitation to this historic dinner, there was no doubt in my mind that I would accept. Yes, I do appreciate the great meal and this foods certainly lived up to the height as high as this extraordinary room. But I knew I had to be here because of the important relationship between the people of Canada and the people of Germany. Our two countries have long been partners on the world stage. Canadians and Germans value democracy and the rule of law. We understand the importance of international cooperation and partnership. And we share a progressive vision of the world, realizing the immense potential that comes with embracing change. I talk a lot about how our goal as a government is to help the middle class and those working hard to join it. That, ultimately, was the platform for change that elected us. Regular Canadians were worried about their future, and we made a promise to help them through these uncertain times. But that worry – that anxiety – isnt unique to Canada. Its everywhere. Too many people around the world are anxious about what the future may hold. And who could blame them? With the pace of globalization and technological change, there is a very real fear that our kids will be worse off than we are; that they wont have the same kind of opportunities that we have, despite being generally much better educated, and infinitely more tech-savvy. Citizens around the world and across the political spectrum are looking for guidance. Theyre looking for leadership. Theyre looking for hope. And so far, theyre feeling a little let down. When companies post record profits on the backs of workers consistently refused full-time work and the job security that comes with it, people get defeated. And when governments serve special interests instead of the interests of the citizens who elected them – people lose faith. Increasing…increasing inequality has made citizens distrust their governments; distrust their employers. It turns into ;Us; vs. ;Them;. And were watching that anxiety transform into anger on an almost daily basis. It follows that peoples natural defence mechanism in times of stress and anxiety is to hunker down and recoil inward, to give in to cynicism, to retreat from one another.201703/498770

  即学即用英语会话词典E部分:在饭店遇到困难进入《即学即用英语会话词典文本》下载页面即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200708/16387One in four people suffer from some sort of mental illness,每四个人中就有一人患有某种精神疾病so if it was one, two, three, four, its you, sir.如果说是一二三四,就是你了先生You. Yeah.对,是你。With the weird teeth. And you next to him.牙齿有点怪的那位,还有旁边那位You know who you are.你自己可清楚了Actually, that whole row isnt right.事实上那一整排都不大正常。Thats not good. Hi. Yeah. Real bad. Dont even look at me.这不太好,是的,真的很糟糕,拜托别看着我。I am one of the one in four. Thank you.我就是四个人中的那一人,谢谢I think I inherit it from my mother, who, used to crawl around the house on all fours.我想我这病是从我妈妈那里遗传过来的,她常四肢着地在房子里四处爬动She had two sponges in her hand, and then she had two tied to her knees.她手里拿着两个海绵,还有两个绑在膝盖那里,My mother was completely absorbent.我妈妈具有完全的吸水性And she would crawl around behind me going,她会跟在我身后爬来爬去喊着;Who brings footprints into a building?!;“谁会把脚印带到屋子里!”So that was kind of a clue that things werent right.这算是个线索,有点不太对劲So before I start, I would like to thank the makers of Lamotrigine, Sertraline, and Reboxetine,在我开始之前,我想感谢拉莫三嗪,舍曲林,帕罗西汀的制药商because without those few simple chemicals, I would not be vertical today.因为如果没有这几种常用药物,我今天就不会站在这里So how did it start?我的病是怎么开始的呢My mental illness -- well, Im not even going to talk about my mental illness.我的精神疾病,我都根本不想谈论它What am I going to talk about? Okay.那我谈些什么好呢,好吧I always dreamt that, when I had my final breakdown,我以前常常会想自己最终会在什么时候发病it would be because I had a deep Kafkaesque existentialist revelation,可能因为我有深深的卡夫卡式存在主义的启示or that maybe Cate Blanchett would play me and she would win an Oscar for it.或可能是凯特·布兰切特扮演了我的角色并赢了奥斯卡But thats not what happened. I had my breakdown during my daughters sports day.但这些都没发生,我发病的时候正是我女儿的运动会日There were all the parents sitting in a parking lot所有家长都坐在停车场eating food out of the back of their car -- only the English --在车背上吃着食物,只是英国人eating their sausages. They loved their sausages.吃着他们的香肠,他们可喜欢他们的香肠了Lord and Lady Rigor Mortis were nibbling on the tarmac,大家都在讲些闲话和八卦and then the gun went off and all the girlies started running,突然声响了,所有的女孩都跑了起来and all the mummies went, ;Run! Run Chlamydia! Run!;所有的妈妈都喊着 “快跑!快跑Chlamydia!快跑!”;Run like the wind, Veruca! Run!;“像风一样跑,Veruca! 快跑!”And all the girlies, girlies running, running, running,所有的女孩都在跑啊跑啊跑啊everybody except for my daughter, who was just standing at the starting line, just waving,所有人除了我的女儿,她就站着在起跑线的地方,光顾着挥手because she didnt know she was supposed to run.因为她不知道她应该跑起来So I took to my bed for about a month, and when I woke up I found I was institutionalized我因此卧床一个月,当我醒来的时候我发现自己住院了,and when I saw the other inmates,看到其他病人的时候I realized that I had found my people, my tribe.我意识到我找到自己的同类了,我的群落Because they became my only friends, they became my friends,因为他们成了我唯一的朋友,他们成了我的朋友because very few people that I knew -- Well, I wasnt sent a lot of cards or flowers.因为我本来就认识不多人,而我也没有收到很多问候卡或鲜花,I mean, if I had had a broken leg or I was with child I would have been inundated,我的意思是,如果我是摔断了腿或者我有了孩子我也许就被大家的关心所掩埋了but all I got was a couple phone calls telling me to perk up.但我只接到了几通电话叫我振作Perk up.振作Because I didnt think of that.因为我没想过要振作呢201604/436838

  

  Ive just received a call from secretary Clinton. She congratulated us. Its about us. On our victory, and I congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign.我刚从克林顿国务卿(指希拉里)那儿接到一个电话。她祝贺我们获胜。这是关于我们的事。在如此艰难漫长的竞选中,我非常感谢她和她的整个家族。I mean she fought very hard. Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country.她一直是个战士。希拉里工作时间很长,一直非常努力。她对整个国家的做出了贡献,我们欠她一个感谢。I mean that very sincerely. Now it is time for America to bind the wounds of division, have to get together, to all Republicans and Democrats and independents across this nation I say it is time for us to come together as one united people.我是认真的。现在我觉得美国人民应该弥补裂痕,重新团结在一起。全美所有的共和党人、民主党人、自由党人,现在正是我们一起团结人民的时候。It is time. I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be president for all of Americans, and this is so important to me. For those who have chosen not to support me in the past, of which there were a few people, Im reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country.是时候了!我向这片国土上的每位公民承诺,我将成为全美国人的总统,这对我而言十分重要。过去那些没有选择持我的人们,很少的一部分人们,我将成为你们的引导、你们的帮手,这样我们就可以一起努力,团结起我们伟大的国家。As Ive said from the beginning, ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement, made up of millions of hard-working men and women who love their country and want a better, brighter future for themselves and for theirfamily.就像我从一开始说的,我们不只是在做一场选举,我们举行了一场不可思议、伟大的运动,这是上百万努力工作、热爱国家的男性女性们为了拥有一个更好、更光明的未来和家庭而一起构成的。201611/477143。

  Telephone interview with Duncan Haldane following the announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics, 4 October 2016. The interviewer is Adam Smith, Chief Scientific Officer of Nobel Media. Duncan Haldane (DH): Hello. Adam Smith (AS): Hello, this is Adam Smith calling from Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize in Stockholm. DH: Ah ha. AS: Well, first of all, many congratulations on the award. DH: Thank you. AS: How did you hear the news? DH: Well, they called me up at the usual 4:30 telephone call, at local time here anyway, in the morning. AS: Your immediate reaction? DH: Well, I was aware that there was a vague possibility, but I didnt think it would happen. AS: What did you do after hearing the news, immediately? DH: Had a cup of coffee. I mean Im a bit British, or phlegmatic, about these things, so I didnt kind of faint or anything.AS: Do you think that theres any significance in the fact that all three of you Laureates were born and initially educated in the UK and then all moved to the States?DH: I suppose in the late 70s, I think, there was a bit of a de-emphasis by British funding things on the fundamental research as opposed to useful research. I think it is a very bad thing when government agencies start to say…we should never say things like, you know, ;Whats it used for?; Because all the big discoveries of really useful things dont really come about because someone sits down and thinks ;I want to discover something useful;. They occur because someone discovers something interesting and it turns out to be tremendously useful. I mean thats the history of, you know, everything, in the transistors. The surprise in everything is that quantum mechanics is so much richer than we dreamed. Quantum mechanics is so bizarre! The things it can do, we didnt discover them earlier because it was just difficult to actually even imagine that quantum mechanics might do these kinds of things, I think. And now weve found a whole lot of new topological physics and quantum mechanics and its starting to become a big field. You know, basically, the world is more rich than we…basically, there must be all kinds of things out there that actually happen or can happen, but we dont see them because we havent been able to dream that such things are possible, and that was really, probably a surprising effect in all this. You know, people…its very difficult to know whether something is useful or not, but one can know that its exciting. AS: Thats a very important message to deliver. I shouldnt keep you much longer because I imagine that people are going to be battering down your door any second. DH: Ok, I think I hear somebody else trying to come through on call waiting. AS: Let me just ask you, will you be coming to Stockholm in December to receive your Prize? DH: Yes, I will be, certainly, yes. AS: Ah, splendid, well, we very much look forward to seeing you then. DH: Ok. AS: Thank you so much for speaking to us. DH: Thank you so much. Bye bye.201610/474736

  乐宁外教口语天天练No.20The soldiers were defeatedbecause they were unarmedwhen they were attacked.Unarmed 意指 that they did not have weaponsThe soldiers were defeatedecause they were unarmedwhen they were attacked.译文:军队战败了,在受到袭击时,士兵们根本没有武装。 /200609/9418

  And relief is what we are determined to give them.而我们决定向民众伸出援手。I want every American to know that action on Obamacare is an urgent necessity.我想让每位美国人知道:对奥巴马医改的行动是紧急而必要的。The law is collapsing around us, and if we do not act to save Americans from this wreckage,这个法案正在我们身边崩塌,如果我们不行动起来将美国人从废墟中解救出来,it will take our healthcare system all the way down with it.医保系统将随之堕入深渊。If we do nothing, millions more innocent Americans will be hurt – and badly hurt.如果我们坐视不管,成百上千的无辜美国民众将受到伤害,很严重的伤害。That’s why we must repeal and replace Obamacare.这就是我们必须撤销和取代奥巴马医改的原因。House Republicans have put forward a plan that gets rid of this terrible law众议院共和党人已经提出一个计划,该计划要摆脱这个糟糕法案,and replaces it with reforms that empower states and consumers.并用向各州和消费者授权的改革取代它。You will have the choice and the freedom to make the decisions that are right for your family.你会拥有选择权和自由,来决定适合你家的医保计划。The House plan follows the guidelines I laid out in my recent address to Congress众议院的计划遵循我最近在国会讲话时列出的指导方针expanding choice, lowering costs, and providing healthcare access for all.扩大选择、降低成本、为所有人提供医疗使用权。201705/509650

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