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总统演讲:Gordon Brown new world order speech如视频未出现,请稍候,因为FLASH播放器正在加载中。。200801/24334

Ladies and gentleman , good morning and welcome to the 21st Century Erisson Cup Sixth National English Speaking Competition .女士们,先生们,早上好,欢迎来到;21世纪爱立信杯;第六届全国英语演讲比赛现场.First of all, well in introduce ourselves,My names is Rick.首先,让我们介绍一下自己.我的名字叫里克.Wo Shi Like (Chinese )from China Radio International .Thank you .And let me introduce to you ,from BTV, the very lovely Jiang Hua.我是来自中国国际广播电台的里克(中文).谢谢!同时让我来给你们介绍来自北京电视台的非常可爱的姜华.Thank you Rick ,Im Jiang Hua from Beijing TV and Im the host of Hello World .谢谢里克.我是来自北京电视台的姜华,是;你好世界;的主持人.Umm, this is the sixth time that China Daily has organized this contest.This year to stir up enthusiasm and support for Beifings bid for 2008 Olympic Games and popularizing English among Chinese people ,the Competition comes back to Beijing.这已经是中国日报社第六次组织的全国英语演讲比赛.今年为了激发热情,持北京申办2008年的奥运会,为了在中国人当中普及英语,比赛场地又回到了北京.Thats right .This years competition is organized by the China Daily and Ericsson China Company Limited , Coordinted by the Enlish Speaking Union and China University English speaking Association ,and Co-sponsored by EF Education ,Beijing Television ,Times Publishing Group of Singapore ,Shanghai Foreign Laguage Education Press, and pierson Education .是的,今年的比赛由中国日报社和爱立信(中国)有限公司主办,国际英语联合会和中国高校英语口语协会协办,赞助单位有英孚教育集团,北京电视台,新加坡时代出版集团,上海外语教育出版社以及培生出版集团.And now lets go over the rules of the competition .现在让我们介绍一下比赛的有关规则.OK,each of the contestants has five minutes to present a prepared speech ,three minutes to present an unprepared speech and another three minutes to answer questions raised by the panel of judges.每位参赛选手完成五分钟的命题演讲,三分钟的即兴演讲和三分钟的答辩.Now , during the prepared speech a competition staff member will raise a red paper board at the four minutemark to let the speaker know he or she has one minute left.在命题演讲中,比赛工作人员会在四分钟的时候举起一张红纸板,告诉演讲者他或者她还剩下一分钟的演讲时间.And ,a bell will ring out at the end of five minutes.并且在五分钟的结尾会鸣钟示意.Ok, our topic today for prepared speech is ;Beijing 2008:The Meaning of the Bid;.今天我们命题演讲的主题是;北京2008:申奥意义之我见.;The top two contestants will be honored as the most promising speakers to be invited to participate in the internatinal Public Speaking Competition sponsored by the English Speaking Union in London.比赛的前两名获得者将荣获;最具潜力选手;的称号,并被邀请到由国际英语联合会发起,在伦敦举行的国际英语演讲比赛.Among the remaining contestants ,the top two will be awarded a two-week training course in an international language school in Britain sponsored by EF Education.余下的选手当中,前两名将由英孚教育集团赞助,被选送到英国国际知名语言学校进行为期两周的修学访问.The third and fourth place winners will be awarded a study trip to Singapore sponsored by The Times Publishing Group .余下的第三.四名将由时代出版集团赞助到新加坡进行修学访问.The next six among the rest will get the cash prize.The contestant who demonstrates the most creativity will receive a special prize sponsored by Ercsson Company .接下来的六名优胜者将会获得现金奖.最具创造力的选手获得由爱立信公司赞助的特别奖.And the top winner of all the contestants will take home the 21st Century Ericsson Cup.所有参赛选手中的第一名将成为;21世纪爱立信杯;的主人,You will see names of the past top winners have been engraved on the pedestal of the cup.你可以从奖杯的底座看到前几届比赛一等奖获得者的名字刻在上面.Whose name will be added this year, we will find out before sunset.Please welcome contestant number twenty-four.今年谁的名字将加到上面去呢,我们会在日落之前就有分晓.下面有请第二十四号参赛选手出场.06/74257

21世纪·希望之星全国英语演讲比赛 第九名 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报 200808/46302

What Health Reform Will Deliver – This Year In this week’s address, President Obama describes how American families will have more control over their health care this year, after health reform passes. Download Video: mp4 (125MB) | mp3 (4MB) Here are a few more points about how health insurance reform measures will benefit Americans this year: Hold Insurance Companies Accountable:Eliminate lifetime limits and restrictive annual limits on benefits in all new plans; Prohibit rescissions of health insurance policies in all individual plans; Prohibit pre-existing condition exclusions for children in all new plans; Require premium rebates to enrollees from insurers with high administrative expenditures and require public disclosure of the percent of premiums applied to overhead costs; Establish a process for the annual review of unreasonable increases in premiums, requiring State insurance commissioners to work with the HHS Secretary and States. Protect Consumers:Provide grants to States to support health insurance consumer assistance and ombudsman programs to help consumers; Ensure consumers have access to an effective internal and external appeals process to appeal new insurance plan decisions; Require all insurance plans to use uniform coverage documents so consumers can make easy comparisons when shopping for health insurance; Establish an internet portal to assist Americans in identifying coverage options; Prohibit insurers from discriminating in favor of highly compensated employees by charging them lower premiums. Ensure Affordable Choices and Quality Care:Provide immediate access to insurance for uninsured Americans who are uninsured because of a pre-existing condition through a temporary high-risk pool; Create a temporary re-insurance program for early retirees; Require new plans to cover an enrollee’s dependent children until age 26; Require new plans to cover preventive services and immunizations without cost-sharing; Offer tax credits to small businesses to purchase coverage; Facilitate administrative simplification to lower health system costs. 201003/97989

暂无音频President Bush Visits Troops in IraqTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you for coming out to say hello. General, thank you for the introduction, I am honored to be at Camp Victory. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: Laura and I have been having a lot of Christmas parties at the White House, so I thought it would be kind of neat to change the scenery. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: And I would rather be with the men and women of the ed States military than with anybody else. (Applause.) So as you can see I decided to fly over, and in the spirit of the season we renamed Air Force One to Rudolph One. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah THE PRESIDENT: Thanks for coming. I bring greetings from a proud and grateful nation -- Merry Christmas to you, happy holidays. Congratulations on your inspiring accomplishments here in Iraq. And above all, thank you for volunteering to defend our country in a time of danger. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: This is a time of year to give thanks for our many blessings B- and the greatest blessing we have is freedom and the fact that we've got a ed States military to defend that freedom. So General, thank you very much for your leadership. I'm proud to be with you again. I appreciate the leadership of General Austin, as well. Ambassador Crocker and Christine are with us today. I had the pleasure of meeting Sergeant -- Command Sergeant Major Lawrence Wilson; Command Sergeant Major Joe Allen; Major General Hammond -- (applause) -- put it together for Hammond. (Laughter.) AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: Command Sergeant Major Gioia. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: Major General Oates. (Applause.) How about, have you ever heard of a guy named Redmore? (Applause.) Thanks for coming out. I am thrilled to be here with the diplomats, embassy personnel who are so critical to our success. I want to thank the Iraqi citizens who are here with us today. I appreciate your courage. I know there are members of the coalition who are here with us. There have been a lot of troops from around the world who have come to help this young democracy survive and thrive. And so I want to thank the citizens of those country [sic] and the troops who have served here before us. This is my fourth trip to Iraq -- and you've probably heard I'm heading into retirement -- (laughter) -- so it's going to be my last trip as the President. But thanks to you, the Iraq we stand in tonight is dramatically freer, dramatically safer, and dramatically better than the Iraq we found eight years ago. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: And as a result of the sacrifices of our troops, America is safer, and America is more secure. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: I want to take you back to what life was like eight years ago here in Iraq. Iraq had a record of supporting terror, a record of developing and using weapons of mass destruction, was routinely firing at American military personnel, systematically violating ed Nations resolution. Life for the Iraqi people was a nightmare, with Saddam Hussein torturing and murdering anyone who did not support his repressive rule. Iraq was a sworn enemy of the ed States at the heart of the Middle East; the region was a serious threat to the us. After the attacks of September the 11th, 2001, America concluded we could not tolerate a regime like this in a pivotal region of the world. I gave Saddam Hussein a chance to peacefully resolve the question as to whether or not he had weapons of mass destruction. You might remember, I went to the ed Nations, where a body said: disarm, disclose, or face serious consequence. It was his choice to make. And he made the wrong choice. And so the ed States military, with a vast coalition removed this man from power and the world is better off for it. (Applause.) AUDIENCE: USA! USA! USA! THE PRESIDENT: I doubt in his worst nightmares he ever would have dreamt that we'd be standing in one of his palaces. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: Thanks to you, 25 million Iraqis are free. Thanks to you, Iraq is no longer sponsoring terror -- it is fighting terror. It's making American people safer as a result. The enemies of freedom in Iraq are determined, and this fight has been tough. Two years ago, the situation had grown dire -- the political process was frozen and sectarian violence was spiraling out of control. Some of you were here then/ Many said the mission was hopeless; many called for retreat. Retreat would have meant failure -- and failure is never an option. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! THE PRESIDENT: So instead of pulling troops out, we sent more troops in -- called the surge. And because of you and because of your courage, the surge is one of the greatest successes in the history of the ed States military. AUDIENCE: Hoo-ah! 200812/58829


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