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One thing the world needs,有一样东西,这个世界非常需要,one thing this country desperately needs这个国家更是迫切需要is a better way of conducting our political debates.那就是一种更好地进行政治辩论的方法We need to rediscover the lost art of democratic argument.我们需要复兴失落了的民主辩论艺术If you think about the arguments we have,想想时下的所谓辩论吧most of the time its shouting matches on cable television,大多数是电视节目中的唇舌战ideological food fights on the floor of Congress.或是国会里基于不同价值观的相互抨击I have a suggestion.我对此有一个建议Look at all the arguments we have these days over health care,大家看看时下的焦点话题:关于医疗保障,over bonuses and bailouts on Wall Street, over the gap between rich and poor,关于金融制度,关于贫富差距,over affirmative action and same-sex marriage.反对歧视和同性婚姻等等Lying just beneath the surface of those arguments,在这些问题背后with passions raging on all sides,是一些引发强烈争议的,are big questions of moral philosophy, big questions of justice.关于伦理道德,公平正义的大是大非问题But we too rarely articulate and defend可惜在政治辩论中,and argue about those big moral questions in our politics.我们极少涉及或讨论这些关于伦理的大问题So what I would like to do today is have something of a discussion.所以我今天想做的就是和大家进行一个讨论First, let me take a famous philosopher首先,我想引用一位古希腊著名哲学家who wrote about those questions of justice and morality,关于公正和伦理的著述give you a very short lecture on Aristotle of ancient Athens,给大家一段简短的演讲,这是亚里士多德关于公正的理论Aristotles theory of justice, and then have a discussion here然后我们进行讨论to see whether Aristotles ideas看看亚里士多德的理论actually inform the way we think and argue about questions today.是否验了今天我们看待和辩论问题的方式So, are you y for the lecture?我要开始演讲了,准备好了?According to Aristotle, justice means giving people what they deserve.亚里士多德曰:公正意味着给予人们他们所应得的Thats it; thats the lecture.好了,演讲结束Now, you may say, well, thats obvious enough.你可能会说,这根本就是明摆着的The real questions begin when it comes to arguing about who deserves what and why.但问题的争议往往在于谁应该得到什么,理由是什么?Take the example of flutes. Suppose were distributing flutes.举个例子来说,假设我们要分配笛子Who should get the best ones?谁应该得到最好的笛子呢?Lets see what people -- What would you say?你们怎么说?Who should get the best flute?谁应该得到最好的笛子?You can just call it out.直接说出来就行At random. You would do it by lottery.有人说随机分配,就跟抽票一样Or by the first person to rush into the hall to get them. Who else?或者先到者先得,还有其他想法吗?The best flute players. The worst flute players.有人说给最好的笛子手.有人说要给最差的笛子手How many say the best flute players? Why?有多少人觉得应该给最好的笛子手?Actually, that was Aristotles answer too.实际上,这也是亚里士多德的回答201606/451942听讲美国口语 /200607/8058

Hi, everybody. Right now, there are American troops serving in harms way and standing sentry around the world. There are veterans whove served honorably in times of war and peace, and often came home bearing the invisible and visible wounds of war. They may not speak the loudest about their patriotism – they let their actions do that. And the right time to think of these men and women, and thank them for their service and sacrifice, is every day of the year. Memorial Day, which well observe Monday, is different. Its the day we remember those who never made it home; those who never had the chance to take off the uniform and be honored as a veteran. Its the day we stop to reflect with gratitude on the sacrifice of generations who made us more prosperous and free, and think of the loved ones they left behind. Remembering them – searing their stories and their contributions into our collective memory – thats an awesome responsibility. Its one that all of us share as citizens. As Commander-in-Chief, I have no more solemn obligation than leading our men and women in uniform. Making sure they have what they need to succeed. Making sure we only send them into harms way when its absolutely necessary. And if they make the ultimate sacrifice – they give their very lives – we have to do more than honor their memory. We have to be there for their families. Over the years, Michelle and I have spent quiet moments with the families of the fallen – husbands and wives, mothers and fathers, sons and daughters. Theyve shared their pain – but also their pride in the sacrifices their loved ones made under our proud flag. Its up to the rest of us to live our lives in a way thats worthy of these sacrifices. The idea to set aside a Memorial Day each year didnt come from our government – it came from ordinary citizens who acknowledged that while we cant build monuments to every heroic act of every warrior we lost in battle, we can keep their memories alive by taking one day out of the year to decorate the places where theyre buried. Thats something that so many of our fellow Americans are doing this weekend. Remembering. Remembering the soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen who died in our defense. Remembering those who remain missing. Remembering that they were our fellow citizens and churchgoers, classmates and children, and more often than not, the best of us. So this Memorial weekend, I hope youll join me in acts of remembrance. Lay a flower or plant a flag at a fallen heros final resting place. Reach out to a Gold Star Family in your community, and listen to the story they have to tell. Send a care package to our troops overseas, volunteer to make a wounded warriors day a little easier, or hire a veteran who is y and willing to serve at home just as they did abroad. Or just pause, take a moment, and offer a silent word of prayer or a public word of thanks. The debt we owe our fallen heroes is one we can never truly repay. But our responsibility to remember is something we can live up to every day of the year. Thanks. May God watch over our fallen heroes and their families, and may God continue to bless the ed States of America.201606/449091

I knew I had to take a banjo with me to China.我这时候知道我肯定会带着班卓琴去中国了So before going to law school in China, I bought a banjo,在出发去中国的法学院之前,我买了个班卓琴,I threw it in my little red truck and I traveled down through Appalachia把它扔进我的红色小皮卡里,然后我一路开到了阿巴拉契亚and I learned a bunch of old American songs,途中也学了一堆美国风老歌and I ended up in Kentucky at the International Bluegrass Music Association Convention.最后我来到了肯塔基的国际蓝草音乐联盟大会And I was sitting in a hallway one night and a couple girls came up to me.有天晚上我坐在走廊里,几个姑娘走了过来And they said, ;Hey, do you want to jam?; And I was like, ;Sure.;她们问我:“嘿,来个小合奏呗?”我说:“成啊!”So I picked up my banjo and I nervously played four songs that I actually knew with them.然后我拿起班卓琴,非常紧张地和她们合奏了四首歌And a record executive walked up to me and invited me to Nashville, Tennessee to make a record.然后一个唱片公司的管理人员走了过来,然后邀请我去田纳西的纳什维尔(被称为音乐之都)录专辑Its been eight years, and I can tell you that I didnt go to China to become a lawyer.八年过去了,我没去中国当律师In fact, I went to Nashville. And after a few months I was writing songs.事实上,我去了纳什维尔。几个月之后我就开始自己写歌And the first song I wrote was in English, and the second one was in Chinese.第一首是用英文写的,第二首是中文Outside your door the world is waiting. Inside your heart a voice is calling.门外有个世界,心中有个声音The four corners of the world are watching, so travel daughter, travel. Go get it, girl.四方等你来啊,远行吧我的姑娘,去远行。去追逐你的梦201612/482661

  

  Seven million workers have seen their wages rise.700万员工见到了工资的上涨。Earlier this month, four states - Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington,in this last general election,本月的早些时候,4个州--亚利桑那州,科罗拉多州,缅因州和华盛顿州,在这次大选中,overwhelmingly passed minimum wage increases.整齐划一地通过了最低工资上涨的条款。It matters. It really matters - because no one in America should work 40 hours a week and still live in poverty.这很重要。这真得很重要--因为在美国不应该有人每周工作40小时却仍生活在贫困中。Additionally, California, Rhode Island, Washington State and New Jersey and more than two-dozen cities like Minneapolis and Spokane此外,加利福尼亚州,罗德岛州,华盛顿州和新泽西州还有像明尼阿波里斯,斯波坎have extended access to paid leave - expanded it.这样的20几个城市都扩大了带薪休假的适用范围--已经实施了。You all know why that matters.你们所有人都知道为什么这很重要。In the neighborhoods where you and I grew up - if you miss a paycheck because youre sick,在你和我长大过程中的邻里之中--如果你因为病了而没拿到薪水,or have to take care of a loved one - you could be in trouble for that months mortgage payment, the car payment - just paying the heating bill.或者必须去照料一个爱着的人--你可能在那个月的抵押贷款,汽车贷款上陷入困境,而只能付供热费。Paid leave makes a real difference in ordinary peoples lives.带薪休假给普通人的生活带来了真正的改变。We have to preserve the progress we made over the past eight years and continue to support states and cities in their fight for worker protections.我们必须维护在过去8年里我们取得的进展,并继续持各州各城市为保护员工所做的努力。Its not just for the workers who benefit - theyre not the only ones.这不仅仅造福了那些员工们--他们仅仅是一部分。The economy benefits - the overall economy.这对经济也有利--整个经济。201612/484264。

  SCENE② D 赫伯特回座 过一会儿,唐走过来【我说错话了】 Don: Well, how did it go?唐: 怎么样,事情进行得如何? Herbert: Not very well. 1) I put my foot in my mouth.赫伯特: 不太顺利。我说错话了。 Don: Did you get a 2) date?唐: 你约到她了吗? Herbert: No. I almost forgot to tell her my name. I'm so 3) embarrassed.赫伯特: 没有。我差点连名字都忘了告诉她。我好糗。 Don: It's not too late. You can call her tomorrow.唐: 现在还来得及。你明天可以打电话给她。 Herbert: I didn't get her number. I know she didn't like me.赫伯特: 我没有她的电话。我知道她不喜欢我。 Don: Herb! Never leave a lady's table without her phone number!唐: 赫伯特!没要到的电话前不可以离座。 Herbert: Sorry.赫伯特: 对不起 语言详解 A: Can I see your room? 我可以看看你的房间吗? B: I'm too embarrassed to show you-it's a mess. 我不好意让你看--房间里一团乱。 【How did it go? 进行的如何?】 这句话可以用来问任何你不在场的事情,如舞会、手术、会议等的进行情况跟结果。 A: I had a final yesterday. 我昨天考期末考。B: How did it go? 结果如何?A: OK. I got a B. 还可以。我得了乙等。 1) I put my foot in my mouth. 我说错话了。2) date (n.) 约会,约会的对象3) embarrassed (a.) 尴尬的,糗的 /200708/16640

  突破口语之独白(13):Long Distance Love远程恋爱All my life I've been waiting for you...The first time we talked, it was like we had known each other forever. I didn't even know you, but I felt like you were aly an old friend. I waited in anticipation for months until I flew to Sweden to study at uni