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And I am here tonight because I know that that is the kind of president that Hillary Clinton will be and that is why in this election, Im with her.我今晚来到这里是因为我知道希拉里会成为这样的总统,这就是为什么在此次大选之中,我持她。You see, Hillary understands that the president is about one thing and one thing only.希拉里知道做总统最重要的只有一件事。It is about leaving something better for our kids.那就是给我们的孩子留下更好的世界。Thats how we have always moved this country forward by all of us coming together on behalf of our children.我们就是这样,为了子女的利益团结一致,推动我们国家的进步。Folks who volunteer to coach that team, to teach that Sunday school class, because they know it takes a village.有人会志愿做学生球队教练,有人会志愿做主日学校的教师,因为他们懂得要全民一心才能教育好孩子。Heroes of every color and creed who wear the uniform and risk their lives to keep pass on those blessings of liberty; police officers and protesters in Dallas who all desperately want to keep our children safe; people who lined up in Orlando to donate blood because it could have been their son, their daughter in that club.还有不同肤色和信仰的人们穿上军装警,不顾安危,将自由的福祉传承;再想想达拉斯的警察和游行群众,他们在呼吁保护我们儿童的安全;想想在奥兰多排队献血者,夜店遇袭的也可能会是他们的子女。Leaders like Tim Kaine, who show our kids what decency and devotion look like.再想想Tim Kaine这样的领袖,他们向我们的孩子展现风骨和奉献。Leaders like Hillary Clinton, who has the guts and the grace to keep coming back and putting those cracks in the highest and hardest glass ceiling until she finally breaks through, lifting all of us along with her.还有像希拉里这样的领袖,总是有勇气有风度回到一线,不断冲击直至击碎限制女性等发展的无形顶障,带着我们一再登高。That is the story of this country.这就是我们国家的故事。The story that has brought me to the stage tonight.正是这个故事让我今天站在这里。The story of generations of people who felt the lash of bondage, the shame of servitude, the sting of segregation, but who kept on striving, and hoping, and doing what needed to be done.这故事中,有一代代的人们感到枷锁捆绑,被奴役的屈辱,被隔离的刺痛,然而他们坚持奋斗,保持希望,克一个个困难。201611/479550And now Canada is taking even more.并且现在加拿大正在接收更多的难民And yet, if you ask Canadians what makes them proudest of their country,如果你问加拿大人他们的国家最让他们感到骄傲的是什么they rank ;multiculturalism,; a dirty word in most places, second, ahead of hockey. Hockey.他们会将“多元文化”这个在很多地方都带有贬义的词语排在第二位,领先于曲棍球。曲棍球In other words, at a time when other countries换句话说,当其它国家都在are now frantically building new barriers to keep foreigners out,疯狂地建造新的障碍阻挡外国人时Canadians want even more of them in.加拿大人却想要引进更多的外国人Now, heres the really interesting part. Canada wasnt always like this.然而真正有趣的是,加拿大也不是一开始就这样的Until the mid-1960s, Canada followed an explicitly racist immigration policy.直到1960年代中期,加拿大都奉行着一个明显带有种族歧视的移民政策。They called it ;White Canada,; and as you can see, they were not just talking about the snow.他们叫称之为“白色加拿大”,而如你所知,他们并不是在谈论冰雪So how did that Canada become todays Canada?那么彼时的加拿大是如何变成今日的加拿大的呢?Well, despite what my mom in Ontario will tell you, the answer had nothing to do with virtue.嗯,不管我住在安大略省的妈妈会如何跟你说,但我想说的是这个跟美德没有半点关系。Canadians are not inherently better than anyone else.加拿大人并不是天生的就比其他人心要好。The real explanation involves the man who became Canadas leader in 1968,真正的涉及到那个在1968年成为加拿大领导人的男人,Pierre Trudeau, who is also the father of the current prime minister.皮埃尔·特鲁多,他也是加拿大现任总理的父亲。The thing to know about that first Trudeau is that he was very different from Canadas previous leaders.关于老特鲁多我们需要了解的是,他跟加拿大之前的领导都不一样。He was a French speaker in a country long-dominated by its English elite.在一个长期被说英语的精英统治的国家,他却是说法语的。He was an intellectual. He was even kind of groovy.他是一个知识分子。他也是那种时髦的人I mean, seriously, the guy did yoga. He hung out with the Beatles.我是说真的,他还练瑜伽,他跟披头士们一起玩。201706/512620

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  The technology likely to have the greatest impact on the next few decades has arrived.有可能在未来几十年带来巨大影响的科技,已经到来了。And its not social media. Its not big data.并不是社交媒体,也不是大数据,Its not robotics. Its not even AI.也不是机器人科学,甚至也不是人工智能。Youll be surprised to learn that its the underlying technology of digital currencies like Bitcoin.你会惊讶地了解到,它是比特币等数字货币的技术基础,Its called the blockchain. Blockchain.它叫做区块链。Now, its not the most sonorous word in the world,它不是世界上最华丽的词汇,but I believe that this is now the next generation of the internet,但是我坚信,它将是下一代互联网,and that it holds vast promise for every business, every society and for all of you, individually.并且给每一次贸易,每一个社会,每一个人带来光明前景。You know, for the past few decades, weve had the internet of information.过去的几十年里,我们迎来了互联网的信息时代。And when I send you an email or a PowerPoint file or something,当我向你发送一封电子邮件或一份PPT文件或者其他的时候,Im actually not sending you the original, Im sending you a copy.实际上我发送的并不是原始文件,我发送的是拷贝的副本。And thats great. This is democratized information.那可真棒。这是民主化的信息时代。But when it comes to assets -- things like money,但是如果牵涉到资产的话,比如说金钱,financial assets like stocks and bonds, loyalty points, intellectual property,股票及债权等金融资产,股份,知识产权,music, art, a vote, carbon credit and other assets -- sending you a copy is a really bad idea.音乐,艺术,一张选票,碳信用额等其他资产,发送一份副本真是个糟糕主意。If I send you 100 dollars,如果我给了你100美元,its really important that I dont still have the money -- and that I cant send it to you.我不再拥有这笔钱是很重要的。并且我不能再次发送。This has been called the ;double-spend; problem by cryptographers for a long time.这已经被密码专家叫做“二次消费”问题很久了。201703/500244

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  Im interested in the kind of constituency that thinks something along these lines:我对有些情况非常感兴趣,有些人会说:that thinks, ;I cant believe in any of this stuff.“我完全不相信这些宗教I cant believe in the doctrines.那些教义,那些学说I dont think these doctrines are right.我觉得它们全部都是假的But,; a very important but, ;I love Christmas carols.但是,”一个非常重要的但是,“我会喜欢圣诞颂歌I really like the art of Mantegna.我非常喜欢曼坦那的艺术I really like looking at old churches.还非常喜欢那些古老的教堂I really like turning the pages of the Old Testament.;而且还喜欢看旧约圣书”Whatever it may be, you know the kind of thing Im talking about这样类似的情况还有很多,你懂我的意思吧people who are attracted to the ritualistic side, the moralistic, communal side of religion,有些人喜欢宗教仪式,喜欢宗教里的道德,文化but cant bear the doctrine.但他们就是讨厌那些教条Until now, these people have faced a rather unpleasant choice.直到现在,他们一直都非常为难Its almost as though either you accept the doctrine and then you can have all the nice stuff,要么你接受那些信仰,然后你可以享受那些文化,艺术,道德or you reject the doctrine and youre living in some kind of spiritual wasteland要么你排斥那些教条,然后你就不能拥有那些崇高的灵魂under the guidance of CNN and Walmart.并且在CNN和沃尔玛的光辉下被遗弃So thats a sort of tough choice.所以那些人就很难选择I dont think we have to make that choice.但我觉得我们不必去做这些选择I think there is an alternative.我们可以有第三种选择I think there are ways -- and Im being both very respectful and completely impious -- of stealing from religions.我觉得--而卧是无比的尊重但同时不虔诚的这么说--我觉得我们可以从宗教里剽窃一些文化If you dont believe in a religion,如果你不相信宗教theres nothing wrong with picking and mixing,把宗教和世俗的文化混一起没什么关系with taking out the best sides of religion.把自己享受宗教最好的一面也没事And for me, atheism 2.0 is about both, as I say,对我来说,无神论2.0是对宗教充满敬意a respectful and an impious way of going through religions and saying, ;What here could we use?;而同时又不对神有所景仰,就像走进宗教的世界去寻找对我们有用的东西The secular world is full of holes.世俗的世界有许多缺点We have secularized badly, I would argue.我觉得许多人都被严重地世俗化了And a thorough study of religion could give us all sorts of insights into areas of life that are not going too well.而对宗教的学习研究可以帮助我们看破尘世,帮助我们走出生活中的窘境201608/459466

  073 countries Words China united sates Russia Canada Australia united kingdom New Zealand japan Thailand Mongolia Vietnam north/south korea India france germany Pakistan economy climate coast mountain developing river city capital city minority gdp average income birth/death rate industry agriculture service industry developed developing Beginner A: which countries have you been to? B: I’ve been to most of the countries in Europe, several countries in asia-china, korea, and Thailand-and to the united states and Canada. A; I thought you had been to Australia too. B: no, but I’m planning on visiting Australia and new Zealand soon. I’ve heard that they are beautiful countries. Which is the most beautiful country you’ve been to? A; I think I ‘d say norway. It has many picturesque fjords, waterfalls, and mountains. B: isn’t it really cold there? A; well, the north of Norway is almost always cold, but further south it can be fairly warm in summer. It’s a wet country, so there’s snow almost everywhere in winter. B; I’ve been to other Scandinavian countries, but not to Norway. Perhaps I should go and do some winter sports there. Intermediate A: ok. Let’s look at our short presentation on china. What do we need to include? B; we need to talk about the size of the country and its population. A: ok. China is about the same size as Canada and the united states and it has a population of about 1.3 bullion, making it the latest country in the world by population. B; it says here that most of the people are han Chinese, but there are 55 minorities that make up almost 10% of the population. A: we need to say something about the geography and climate of china. Is there any way to divide the country into sections? B: we could divide into five parts. There’s the northeast, which is mild in summer and very cold in winter. Then there is the northwest, which is largely desert. Tilbet is famous for its mountainous climate. The rest of the country can be roughly divided into two parts. One is temperate-mild in winter and warm in summer. Then, in the south it is hot most of the year. A: that sounds very general. B: it is, buy remember that we only have a few minutes to make our presentation. We can select cities from each part and give data for each one. A: one from each part? Lhasa, urumqi, harbin, shanghai, and hongkong. The capital city is Beijing, right? B; yes. The other large cities are chengdu, dalian, wuhan, tianjin, shenyang, chongqing. Hongkong and Guangzhou. A; we should take a large map and highlight those cities. What is each of them famous for? /200705/13746This is a picture of Maurice Druon,照片里的人是Maurice Druonthe Honorary Perpetual Secretary of LAcademie francaise, the French Academy.LAcademie francaise的荣誉终身秘书长--也就是法兰西学院He is splendidly attired in his 68,000-dollar uniform, befitting the role of the French Academy穿着价值六万八千美元的豪华制,对法兰西学院来说倒很适合as legislating the correct usage in French and perpetuating the language.因为它规范着法语的正确用法,使这门语言永世长存The French Academy has two main tasks: it compiles a dictionary of official French.法兰西学院有两个主要任务,它编纂官方的法语词典Theyre now working on their ninth edition, which they began in 1930, and theyve reached the letter P.他们目前在编第九部,从1930年就开始了,现在编到了P字头。They also legislate on correct usage,他们还规范正确的用法such as the proper term for what the French call ;email,; which ought to be ;courriel.;比如,电子邮件(email)在法语里的正确说法应该是;courriel;The World Wide Web, the French are told, ought to be referred to as他们告诉法国人,万维网应该被叫做;la toile daraignee mondiale; -- the Global Spider Web -- recommendations that the French gaily ignore.;la toile daraignee modiale;--“环球蜘蛛网”--诸如此类法国人民欣然忽略的建议Now, this is one model of how language comes to be: namely, its legislated by an academy.这是语言产生的众多模型之一:也就是说,由一个学院来进行规范But anyone who looks at language realizes that this is a rather silly conceit,但任何懂得语言的人都意识到这是愚蠢的自负that language, rather, emerges from human minds interacting from one another.语言产生于人类心灵间的互动And this is visible in the unstoppable change in language --而在语言的不停变化中,这是显而易见的the fact that by the time the Academy finishes their dictionary, it will aly be well out of date.事实上,当法兰西学院完成他们的词典时,它早已经过时了。201702/490638

  It relates to your kid -- youve been back three times to the hospital,也许这事业跟孩子有关--你已经去医院三趟了,and they still dont know whats wrong. Or it could be your mom.医生们还是查不出你孩子的病因。或者生病的是你母亲。And youd been acting out of character. These are free traits.你会做一些跟你的性格不相符的事情。这些是可变的性格特点。Youre very agreeable, but you act disagreeably你本和善可亲却表现得咄咄逼人,in order to break down those barriers of administrative torpor in the hospital,只为了对抗如今医院里无处不在的懒散风气,to get something for your mom or your child.让自己的母亲或者孩子得到及时治疗。What are these free traits?这些可变的性格特点到底是什么?Theyre where were enact a script in order to advance a core project in our lives.那是我们演的一出戏,为了达成我们生命中最重要的目标。And they are what matters.而这才是最重要的。Dont ask people what type you are; ask them, ;What are your core projects in your life?;不要问别人是什么性格的人,而要问他们,“你们生命中最重要的事是什么?”And we enact those free traits.然后我们身上的可变,性格特点就会被激发。Im an introvert, but I have a core project, which is to profess. Im a professor.我是一个内向的人,但我最重要的事业是教书。我是一名教授。And I adore my students, and I adore my field.我热爱我的学生,也热爱我的事业领域。And I cant wait to tell them about whats new, whats exciting, what I cant wait to tell them about.我总是迫不及待地想与他们分享那些新奇有趣的事情。And so I act in an extroverted way,因此我会表现得像一个外向的人,because at eight in the morning, the students need a little bit of humor,因为早上8点,学生需要一点幽默,a little bit of engagement to keep them going in arduous days of study.需要一点激励才能熬过一天紧张的学习。But we need to be very careful when we act protractedly out of character.但是当我们扮演其他性格的时候需要万分小心。201608/463330

  即学即用英语会话词典E部分:圣诞节进入《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 /200708/16265

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  美国习惯用语-第56讲:peaches and creamsour grapes 英文里“水果”这个字,也就是 “fruit” 是来自很早以前的一个拉丁文里的动词,意思是“享受”。而事实上也确实如此,香蕉、苹果、橘子、樱桃、桃子或葡萄等水果放在果盘里看起来都十分吸引人。因此、有关水果的俗语往往是具有一种肯定和完善的含义,例如:peaches and cream。 大家知道 peaches 就是桃子, cream 是指奶油。 Peaches and cream的意思是:一切都很美好。有人可能会问:桃子和奶油有什么关系呢?这是因为美国人在吃水果时往往喜欢把水果切成块,然后加一点奶油一起吃。实际上,美国人吃很多东西都喜欢和奶油一起吃。所以,peaches and cream 就意味着完美无缺。请听下面这个例子: 例句-1: "Sally and Joe had a big fight last week, but they've made up and now everything is peaches and cream again." 这句话的意思是:“沙莉和乔伊上星期大吵了一场。可是,后来他们互相谈开了,现在他们又很要好了。” Peaches and cream 还可以形容一个年轻少女容光焕发的面孔: 例句-2: "Peter's sister is a lovely girl. She has a real peaches and cream complexion, soft and white as milk and a touch of pink like a fresh ripe peach." 这人说:“比德的是一个可爱的女孩。她的皮肤真是完美无缺,柔软洁白得像牛奶,还透露出一点像成熟了的新鲜桃子的粉色。” 可是,水果在美国成语里也并不千篇一律地含有褒意,有的时候也反映了反面的意思。下面我们要讲的一个俗语就是一个例子:sour grapes。 Sour 是酸的意思,grapes 就是葡萄。中文里也有酸葡萄的说法,而且中英文的意思也完全相同。举个例子就能说明这一点: 例句-3: "Bill was sure he'd be elected class president. But when Mary beat him in the voting, he told us he was glad he didn't get the job because it was too much work. That's nothing but sour grapes!” 这句话翻成中文是说:“比尔开始认为他肯定能当选为班主席。但是,当玛丽在选举中击败他以后,他对我们说,他很高兴他没有得到这个职位,因为当了班主席工作太多了。他这么说纯属是吃酸葡萄!” 下面是另一个关于 sour grapes 的例子: 例句-4: "Talk about a clear case of sour grapes! When Bob's girl friend left him to marry another man, he went around telling anybody who would listen that he left her because she wasn't good enough for him." 这人说:“要说吃酸葡萄吧,这件事可是很明显的了。当鲍勃的女朋友和另外一个人结婚后,鲍勃到处去对那些愿意听他诉苦的人说,是他不要他的女朋友的,因为他的女朋友配不上他。” 今天我们讲了两个和水果 fruit 这个字有联系的俗语。第一个是 peaches and cream。 Peaches and cream 是指一切都很完美。我们讲的第二个俗语是 sour grapes。 Sour grapes 跟中文里的说法“酸葡萄”的意思一样。 /200601/3011

  第34课Can I try that on? 我可以试穿吗?34.云想衣裳花想容 123. Can I try that on? 我可以试穿吗? Could I try that on? 124. How does this look on me? 我穿这件衣看起来怎么样? How does this look ? 125. How does it fit? 这件衣合不合身? 126. I''ll take it. 我买下它了。 相关专题:洋话连篇视频教学 /200601/2941

  Good afternoon!When I first stood here in Downing Street on that evening in May 2010, I said we would confront our problems as a country and lead people through difficult decisions, so that together we could reach better times.Its not been an easy journey, and of course we have not got every decision right, but I do believe that today our country is much stronger.Above all, it was about turning around the economy. And with the deficit cut by two-thirds, two and a half million more people in work and one million more businesses, there can be no doubt that our economy is immeasurably stronger.Politicians like to talk about policies, but in the end, it is about peoples lives.I think of the people doing jobs who were previously unemployed.I think of the businesses that were just ideas in someones head and that today are making a go of it and providing people with livelihoods.I think of the hard-working families paying lower taxes and getting higher wages because of the first ever National Living Wage.I think of the children who were languishing in the care system and who have now been adopted by loving families.I think of the parents now able to send their children to good and outstanding schools, including free schools that simply didnt exist before.I think of over 200,000 young people who have taken part in National Citizen Service, the fastest growing youth programme of its kind in the world, something that, again, wasnt there 6 years ago.I think of the couples who have been able to get married, who werent allowed to in the past.And I think of the people on the other side of the world who wouldnt have clean drinking water, the chance to go to school, or even be alive, were it not for our decision to keep our aid promises to the poorest people and the poorest countries in our world.And we have used our stronger economy to invest in our health service. When I walked in there, there were 18,000 people waiting over a year for their operation. Today, its just 800. Too many. Still too long.But our NHS is a national treasure, and one whose staff perform miracles as Ive seen every day.And weve strengthened our nations defences, with submarines, destroyers, and frigates and, soon, aircraft carriers, rolling out of our shipyards to keep our country safe in a dangerous world.These are the choices and the changes that we have made.And I want to thank everyone whos given so much to support me personally over these years.The incredible team in No10, the civil servants, whose professionalism and impartiality is one of our countrys greatest strengths.And my political advisers, some of whom have been with me since the day I stood for my Partys leadership eleven years ago.I want to thank my children, Nancy, Elwen and Florence, for whom Downing Street has been a lovely home over these last six years. They sometimes kick the red boxes full of work. Florence, you once climbed into one, before a foreign trip, and said ;take me with you;. No more boxes.And above all, I want to thank Samantha, the love of my life. You have kept me vaguely sane and, as well as being an amazing wife, mother and businesswoman, you have done something every week in that building behind me to celebrate the best (spirit) of voluntary service in our country.We will shortly be heading to Buckingham Palace to see Her Majesty the Queen, where I will tender my resignation as Prime Minister and I will advise Her Majesty to invite Theresa May to form a new administration.I am delighted that for the second time in British history, the new Prime Minister will be a woman, and once again, a Conservative. I believe Theresa will provide strong and stable leadership in fulfilling the Conservative Manifesto on which we were elected, and I wish her well in negotiating the best possible terms for Britains exit from the European Union.Let me finish by saying this. The spirit of service is one of this countrys most remarkable qualities.I have seen that service, day in and day out, in the incredible work of our armed forces, our intelligence agencies and our police. It is something I always knew. But as Prime Minister you see it so directly that it blows you away.And of course, writing those heart-breaking letters to the families who have lost loved ones is a poignant reminder of the profound scale of what these men and women give for us in the defence of our freedoms and our way of life. We must never forget that.In a different way, I have seen that same spirit of service in the amazing contributions of countless volunteers in communities up and down our country who are making our society bigger and stronger.And I am proud that every day for the past two years I have used the office of Prime Minister in a non-political way to recognise and thank almost 600 of them as Points of Light whose service can be an inspiration to us all.For me, politics has always been about public service in the national interest. It is simple to say, but often hard to do.But one of the things that sustains you in this job is the sense that, yes, our politics is full of argument and debate, and it can get quite heated, but no matter how difficult the decisions are, there is a great sense of British fair play, a quiet but prevailing sense that most people wish their Prime Minister well and want them to stick at it and get on with the job.So I want to take this moment to say thank you to all those who have written letters and emails offering me that support, people who I will never get to meet and never get to thank personally.It has been the greatest honour of my life to serve our country as Prime Minister over these last six years, and to serve as leader of my Party for almost eleven years.And as we leave for the last time, my only wish is continued success for this great country that I love so very much.Thank you.201607/457425

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