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河南去除鱼尾纹要多少钱河南附属医院激光去斑多少钱We have genius in our young people. I see it every day.我们的年轻人拥有天赋。我每天都看得到。Its what makes me wake up in the morning and feel y to go.这就是每天早上叫醒我并且让我整装待发的东西。We have to unleash the genius of our young people,我们必须解开我们的年轻人身上天赋的枷锁,get out of their way, support them to create and innovate and lead the way.为他们让路,持他们去创造和革新,并且引领他们的方向。And I know that they will lead us in the right direction.而我深知他们将会带领我们走向正确的方向。And our women, and our girls: we have to recognize that girls and women are a gift.还有我们的妇女和女孩儿们:我们得意识到女孩儿和妇女是一个礼物。They have strength, and we have to unleash that strength, so that they can contribute to the continent.他们有优势,而我们则需要去充分发挥这种优势,这样他们才可以为非洲大陆做出贡献。I strongly believe that when we do all of these things,我坚信当我们做好了所有这些事,we find that the rising Africa narrative is not a fluke. Its a trend.我们会发现那个崛起的非洲的故事不是一个偶然。而是一个趋势。Its a trend, and if we continue, if we unleash our youth, if we unleash our women,这是一个趋势,假如我们坚持,假如我们解放我们的青年,假如我们解放我们的妇女,we may step backwards sometimes, we may even step sideways, but the trend is clear.我们也许偶尔会退步,我们也许甚至会走偏了一步,但这个趋势已非常明了。Africa will continue to rise.非洲将会继续崛起And I tell you businesspeople in the audience, investment in Africa is not for today, is not for tomorrow,我告诉你,观众中的商人们,对非洲的投资不是为了当下,也不是为了明天,its not a short-term thing, its a longer term thing.这不是一个短期的,而是一个更长远的事情。But if you are not invested in Africa,但如果你不向非洲投资,then you will be missing one of the most important emerging opportunities in the world.那么你将会错过世界上最重要的新兴机遇之一。Thank you.谢谢。201701/489207郑州华山整形美容医院手部松弛怎么样 038 pets words Dog/puppy Cat/kitten Hamster Goldfish Tropical Aquarium Bir Cage Kennel Feed Bones Cat/dog food Leftovers/scraps Devotion Pet shops Basket Attention Phrases Take a dog for a walk Feed a dog scraps Keep a bird in a cage Look after Play with a pet Be playful Be energetic Beginner A; your dog is so much fun. He’s so playful. I wish our cat enjoyed being around people as much as your dog does. B: cats are well know for being more independent than dogs. How old is your cat now? you’ve had her longer than we’ve had our dog. A; she’s eight years old. She’s getting quite old. Your dog’s six, isn’t he? B; yes. He’s so energetic. We take him out to the park every morning and evening. I think he’d be happy to stay there all day! A: I’m sure he would. We usually have to drag him home. B: your cat spends most of the day outdoors’, right? Do you kwno where she goes? A: she spends less time outdoors and she used to . we have no idea where she goes. She’s very secretive. Occasionally, she brings back a dead mouse. B: have you ever thought about having another pet? A; the kids want a rabbit. I don’t think it would be a good idea to get a mouse or a fish! That might be too tempting for our cat! Intermediate A; I’m thinking about getting a pet, but I’m really not sure which animal would be suitable. Could you give me some advice? B; certainly! The first thing is to be honest about how much time for you can devote to your pet. Dogs are very demanding. You need to take them for walks and they love to play. Cats, on the other hand, are more independent. A: I’m fairly busy, so I really need an animal that I don’t need to care of very much. Actually, I’d like a pet that’s a little unusual. I don't’ really want a typical pet, like a cat, dog, or hamster. Do you have any suggestions? B: unusual pet are often more expensive to keep. Is that a problem? A; not really. By the way, I don’t want a pet that could be dangerous, like a tarantula or rattlesnake. B: we have those, but I only sell them to people I know well, for obvious reasons. How about a lizard? I have some that are very brightly coloured, are not aggressive, and are easy to feed and look after. A: that sounds ideal. Could you show me some? B: sure. Come over here. As you can see, I have a wide selection of species. They can live together, if you want lizards of different kinds. Do you have a favourite colour? A : I like the red one. What do they eat? B; you can feed them on various things. They will eat small pieces of meat, but I’d recommend insects. You can get them from your garden, but remember that lizards eat a lot insects. I sell them there. A: thanks a lot. What I’ll do si find out more online and drop by next time. B; that’s fine. You shouldn’t make a hasty decision when choosing a pet. /200705/135198 Extreme Games (X-Games)极 限 运 动Part One: Expressions1.I’m sorry I missed it.真是遗憾我没有去。2. We rappelled down a 300-foot cliff.我们从300英尺的悬崖攀爬而下。3.It was very a very difficult climb because there are not many places to put your hands and feet.要爬上去很难,因为没有很多地方可以用来放手和脚。4. We went bungee jumping when we were in Australia.在澳大利亚的时候我们去了蹦极跳。5. We jumped off a bridge and fell 500 feet before the bungee cord caught us.我们从桥上跳下,下降到500英尺的时候,蹦极绳索将我们套住。6. It was scary, but exhilerating.很吓人,但是又很让人兴奋。7. I am going for a hike in the southern Rocky Mountains.我打算去洛矶山脉南部徒步旅行。8. It will be a long hike, 30 miles in three days.这将是一趟长距离的徒步旅行,三天走30英里。9. I love hiking because you can really get in touch with nature.我喜欢徒步旅行,因为这样你才可以真正接触大自然。10. I saw a bear and a mountain lion on my last hike.上次徒步旅行我遇到一头熊和一只美洲狮。Part Two: Dialogues1.Mountaineering 登山A: What’s the Mountaineering Club doing this weekend?B: We are going to climb a cliff on the Colorado River.A: How hard is the climb?B: It is a very difficult climb because there are not many places to put your hands and feet.A: What did you do last week?B: We rappelled down the side of 300-foot cliff. It was very exciting.A: Wow! That sounds like a lot of fun. I’m sorry I missed it.B: Well, you should come this weekend. I think you could do the climb.A: Yeah, I will. See you then!B: O.K. See you.A: 这个周末登山俱乐部有何活动? B: 我们将攀岩科罗拉多河旁边的一座悬崖。A: 难度大吗?B: 很大,因为悬崖上没有很多地方可以放手和脚。A: 你们上个星期做什么了? B: 我们从300英尺的悬崖攀爬而下。真是刺激。A: 哇,听起来很有趣。真是遗憾我错过了。B: 噢,这个星期你可以来呀。我想你可以攀岩的。A: 是的,我会的。到时候见 。B: 好的,再见。2.Bungee Jumping 蹦极跳A: Hi, John, how was your vacation?B: Awesome, we went to Australia and New Zealand.A: That must have been wonderful. Do anything interesting?B: Well, we went bungee jumping when we were in Australia.A: Wow! Isn’t that dangerous?B: A little, but the rush was worth it.A: Tell me about it.B: We jumped off a bridge and fell 500 feet before the bungee cord caught us.A: 500 feet! I would never be able to do that.B: Yeah, It was scary, but exhilarating.A: 嗨,约翰,你的假期怎么样?B: 有点可怕。我们去了澳大利亚和新西兰。A: 肯定很好玩吧。玩了什么有趣的?B: 哦,在澳大利亚的时候我们去玩了蹦极跳。A: 哇,是不是很危险呢?B: 一点点,但是俯冲的时候(危险)真是很值得的。A: 快跟我说说。B: 我们从桥上跳下,到500英尺的时候,蹦极绳索便将我们套住。A: 500英尺!我可做不到。B: 是呀,是很吓人,但是又很让人兴奋。3.Hiking徒步旅行A: Have any plans for the weekend, Tom?B: Yeah, I’m going for a hike in the southern Rocky Mountains.A: Oh, do you go hiking often?B: I go as much as I can. I love hiking because you can really get in touch with nature.A: It would be nice to get out of the city. Do you want some company?B: Sure. But, it will be a long hike, 30 miles in three days. Have you been hiking before?A: Yeah, I go a lot too. I saw a bear and a mountain lion on my last hike.B: Wow! You must have been pretty far away from the city.A: Yeah, my friend and I hiked in a very wild part of the national forest.B: Well, bring him along too. We’ll have a great time this weekend.A: Thanks, I’ll ask him.A: 汤姆,周末有什么计划吗?B: 有啊。我打算去洛矶山脉南部徒步旅行。A: 哦,你经常徒步旅行吗?B: 尽可能经常去。我喜欢徒步旅行,因为这样你才可以真正接触大自然。A: 能够离开市区出去走走真不赖。你想有个伴吗?B: 当然。但是,这是一次长距离的旅行,三天走30英里。你以前徒步旅行过吗?A: 是的,我也经常去旅行。我上次旅行还看见一只熊和一只美州狮。B: 哇,那你就离市区很远了哦。A: 是的,那是我和我的朋友在国家森林的一个很偏僻的地方旅行。B: 那么,把他也带上吧。这个周末肯定我们会玩得很开心。A: 谢谢,我会跟他说的。Part Three: Substitution Drills1. I’m sorry I (missed it/couldn’t go/ was away for the weekend).真遗憾(我错过了/不能去/周末不在)。2.We (rappelled down/ climbed up/ fell off) a 300-foot cliff.我们沿着一个300英尺高的悬崖(攀岩而下/攀爬上去/掉下来)。3. It was very a very difficult climb because (there are not many places to put your hands and feet/ it is a very tall cliff/ the weather is very bad there this time of year).要爬上去很难,因为(没有很多地方可以用来放手和脚/这个悬崖很高/一年的这个时候天气很差)。4. We went (bungee jumping/ rock climbing/ hiking) when we were in Australia.我们在澳大利亚的时候去玩了(蹦极跳/攀岩/徒步旅行)。5. We jumped off a bridge and (fell/ dropped /plummeted) 500 feet before the bungee cord caught us.我们从一座桥上跳下,(下降/跳下/垂直下落)500英尺, 然后蹦极绳索把我们吊住。6. It was (scary/ frightening/ terrifying), but (exhilarating/exciting/a real rush).很(吓人/恐怖/可怕),但是又(兴奋/刺激/是真正的俯冲)。 7. I am going for (a hike /a drive /a bike ride) in the southern Rocky Mountains.我打算(徒步/开车/骑自行车)去洛矶山脉南部旅行。8. It will be a long (hike/ trip/ journey) 30 miles in three days.这是一次长距离的(徒步旅行/旅行/旅途),3天要走30英里。9. I love hiking because (you can really get in touch with nature. / the air is so clean in the mountains. / of all the wildlife I see.)我喜欢徒步旅行,因为这样(你才可以真正接触大自然/山里的空气非常清新/我可以看到各种野生植物)。 10. I saw (a bear and a mountain lion/ an amazing waterfall/ some very rare birds)on my last hike.我上次徒步旅行看到(一只熊和一只美州狮/非常壮观的瀑布/一些很稀有的鸟类)。 /200703/11636郑州市中医医院激光祛斑手术价钱费用

郑大一附院打溶脂针多少钱Thank you very much. And I am pleased to be here in Turkey today and to be able to meet Prime Minister Yildirim and President Erdogan just one day after meeting the new US President Donald Trump in Washington. The relationship between Turkey and the ed Kingdom has always been important, but it is arguably even more vital today. For Turkey sits on the frontline of some of the most difficult and serious challenges we face. This relationship is central to our capacity to tackle the terrorist threat to the UK. Turkey aly does a huge amount to disrupt the threat posed to our countries by terrorists including foreign fighters leaving Syria. And today, we have agreed to strengthen our co-operation on security through a new strategic security partnership. This will help our two governments and security services to work even more closely together in important areas such as intelligence sharing, aviation security and domestic security. This partnership will help Turkey as it grapples with the threat posed by heightened terrorist attacks in this country. We should never forget that in the last 18 months, over 1,500 Turkish civilians and security personnel have been killed by terrorist attacks. Crucially, it will also help to protect the 1.7 million British tourists who travel to Turkey from the UK every year. It is therefore a vital new partnership for us both. We have also discussed a number of other important regional security issues today including: Syria, where we are working together to fight Daesh and create the conditions for peace, the challenge of mass migration, where I pay tribute to Turkeys generosity in hosting more than 3 million refugees from surrounding countries, and where the ed Kingdom is committed to doing all it can to help. And Cyprus, where we are both committed to playing our full part in an effort to secure an early agreement. Finally, I am delighted that we have today been able to mark the signing of a new agreement between TAI and the British business BAE Systems that will see the companies collaborating on the pre-design phase of Turkeys new fighter jet, the TFX. This is more than a trade deal – it is the start of a deep defence partnership that will contribute to our overall security. At the same time, we are today announcing a new and unique government-to-government agreement between Turkey and the ed Kingdom that sets a new framework for cooperation and dialogue between our governments including the defence ministries and air forces. And we have also agreed to establish a trade working group to explore ways in which we can improve Turkish-UK trade. These initiatives stand as concrete commitments to a strengthened relationship between us, which will help to ensure the continued security and prosperity of both Turkey and the UK. This is the first opportunity I have had to visit Turkey since the attempted coup of 15th July last year. On that day, the UK was clear that we supported those who stood up for this important democracy and its institutions. And we continue to hope that the values you stood for on that day will guide you in the months and years ahead. So I would like to thank Prime Minister Yildirim for giving up his time today so that we might discuss these important issues. On each one, Turkey is demonstrating its determination to live up to its historic role as a regional power, and its significance as a key member of the NATO Alliance. I look forward to building on the commitments we have made today in order to strengthen the cooperation between our two nations in the years ahead. Thank you.201702/493498郑州第一人民医院做双眼皮开眼角手术多少钱 郑州华山医院减肥手术价钱费用

郑州/市治疗腋臭多少钱4_01 Id like around –trip ticket I’m going to New York. 我要去纽约. I’m leaving next Friday. 我下星期五走. I’d like a round-trip ticket.我要一张来回票. I want to go economy. 我要坐经济舱去. Do you have special fares? 你们有没有特别的票. Do you have promotional rates?你们有没有促销价? My departure time is flexible.我的出发时间很有弹性. I don’t mind a stopover. 我不介意中途停留. I want an unbeatable price. 我要最棒的价钱. /200706/14146 郑州妇保医院减肥手术多少钱郑州大学第三附属医院祛痣价钱费用

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