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83. It seems like... 那好像是······ 用法透视 "It seems like..."的意思是"好像,仿佛感到"。"it"是形式主语,具体的内容在"like"后面。也可以说"it seems that..."。 持范例 1. It seems like there are hundreds of people in the room, it's too crowded and noisy. 屋里好像有几百人,又挤有吵。 2. It seems that nobody knew what had happened. 好像没人知道发生了什么事。 3. It seems that something is wrong. 好像有什么事不对劲。 会话记忆 A: Mary, do you remember when we met? 玛丽,你还记得我们认识的时候吗? B: I won't ever forget it! I was sitting in the cafeteria all by myself... 我永远也忘不了!我当时一个人坐在自助餐厅...... A: And I came up and asked to sit by you... 而我走过来,要求坐在你旁边...... B: Oh, it seems like it was just yesterday. 哦,那好像是昨天刚发生的事一样 /200705/13543You might just hear something in that sermon that stays with you 你肯定会听到一些让你受益的训诫If youre a Democrat, spend some time talking to a Republican 如果你是民主党人 花点时间同共和党人谈谈And if youre a Republican, have a chat with a Democrat 如果你是共和党人 花点时间同民主党人谈谈Maybe youll find some common ground, maybe you wont 有可能你们会找到共识 不过不管有没有共识But if you honestly engage with an open mind and an open只要你怀着开放的思想和心灵 诚心交流heart, I guarantee you will learn something 我保你总会学到一些东西And goodness knows, we need more of that 上帝作 我们需要更多地这样做Because we know what happens when we only talk to people who think like we do因为我们知道 如果只同和我们一样的人交流 结果会如何We just get more stuck in our ways, more divided 我们只会更加偏执于自己的做法 人之间更加分化And it gets harder to come together for a common purpose 这使得全人类很难为一个共同的目标走到一起But heres the thing, graduates, as young people, you all can 但这些是你们这群毕业生 你们这群年轻人you can get past all that 所理应能够跨越的Youve got the freedom of an open mind 你们有思想开放的自由And thanks to todays technology 而且得益于当今科技youre connected to each other and to the world like never before你们比以往任何时候 都能更好地相互联系 并联系世界201603/433596

I think Ill start out and just talk a little bit about what exactly autism is.我想,我就从解释自闭症是什么来开始我的演讲吧Autism is a very big continuum自闭症的症状范围很广that goes from very severe -- the child remains non-verbal --有的自闭症非常严重,他们从小孩开始就一直不会说话all the way up to brilliant scientists and engineers.但也有的自闭症患者最终成为了伟大的科学家和工程师And I actually feel at home here,今天来到这里,我感到了家的温暖because theres a lot of autism genetics here.因为这里有很多自闭症的基因You wouldnt have any...你该不会……Its a continuum of traits.就是说,自闭症一系列的症状When does a nerd turn into比如,一个怪人变成了埃斯格综合症Asperger, which is just mild autism?但你们知不知道那只是很轻微的自闭症?I mean, Einstein and Mozart可以想象,包括爱因斯坦、莫扎特and Tesla would all be probably diagnosed as autistic spectrum today.以及Tesla在内这些人今天都会被诊断为自闭症患者And one of the things that is really going to concern me is有一件事情让我感到很有必要去做的getting these kids to be the ones that are going to invent the next energy things,就是如何教育这些孩子,使得他们成为发明下一代能源的人you know, that Bill Gates talked about this morning.正如盖茨先生今天早上所讲到的OK. Now, if you want to understand autism, animals.假如你希望了解自闭症或者是动物And I want to talk to you now about different ways of thinking.我希望先跟你们介绍一下人不同的思维方式You have to get away from verbal language.你需要摆脱单纯的用言语思考的习惯I think in pictures, I dont think in language.我是用图像来思考的,我不是用语言来思考的Now, the thing about the autistic mind is it attends to details.而自闭症患者很多又是对细节非常着迷的OK, this is a test where you either have to pick out the big letters, or pick out the little letters,好,这是一个测试,你可以从图上挑出那些大的字母或者是挑出小的字母and the autistic mind picks out the little letters more quickly.自闭症患者通常会更快的挑出小的字母And the thing is, the normal brain ignores the details.而事实上,普通的大脑是忽略这些细节的Well, if youre building a bridge, details are pretty important假如你要造桥,那细节是非常重要的because it will fall down if you ignore the details.因为假如你忽视细节的话,桥就会垮掉And one of my big concerns with a lot of policy things today is things are getting too abstract.而我今天对于政策最为关心的一点是,这些政策很多都非常抽象People are getting away from doing hands-on stuff.很多人也慢慢的失去了动手的能力Im really concerned that a lot of the schools have taken out the hands-on classes,看到许多学校把手工课踢出课表,我感到忧心忡忡because art, and classes like that, those are the classes where I excelled.因为我恰恰是在艺术、以及手工这一类的课程上特别的优秀In my work with cattle,在我很牛群打交道的日子里I noticed a lot of little things that most people dont notice would make the cattle balk.我注意到了许多平常人不会注意到的细节,这些会使得牛群不安Like, for example, this flag waving, right in front of the veterinary facility.比如这面旗帜,它刚好是树立在兽医室前面This feed yard was going to tear down their whole veterinary facility这些牛就要把整个的兽医室都毁了all they needed to do was move the flag.而她们需要做的就只是移出那面旗帜而已Rapid movement, contrast.快进。比照In the early 70s when I started, I got right down in the chutes to see what cattle were seeing.70年代我刚开始做这一行的时候,我会钻进洞里,看看牛从洞里能看到什么People thought that was crazy. A coat on a fence would make them balk,人们把我看成是白痴。假如有山羊站在栅栏上,牛群也会不安shadows would make them balk, a hose on the floor ...影子会使得牛惊慌,在地板上有水龙头也是这样people werent noticing these things -- a chain hanging down --但是人们并没有注意到这些,这些都是一连串的反应and thats shown very, very nicely in the movie.这个在电影里有精的展现In fact, I loved the movie, how they duplicated all my projects. Thats the geek side.我非常喜欢他们在电影里对我的一些项目的复制。哦,这个是我的怪的一面My drawings got to star in the movie too.我的绘画也在电影里展现出来了And actually its called ;Temple Grandin,; not ;Thinking In Pictures.;就叫作坦普·葛兰丁,而不是叫图像思考So, what is thinking in pictures? Its literally movies in your head.那么,什么图像思考?可以形象的说,那就是你大脑里有电影在播放My mind works like Google for images.我的大脑可以像谷歌图像搜索那样工作Now, when I was a young kid I didnt know my thinking was different.但是我小的时候并不知道其他人不是这样思考的I thought everybody thought in pictures.我想当然的认为,人人都是图像思考者And then when I did my book, ;Thinking In Pictures,;后来,我开始写《图像化思考》一书的时候I start interviewing people about how they think.我开始对别人进行采访,看他们是怎么思考的And I was shocked to find out that my thinking was quite different.我惊讶的发现,我的思维方式那种方式是很不一样的。201604/437682

【学习提示】第一步:先听,理解句子;第二步:看原文模仿!【原声模仿】1. Oh, what happen to you? Last time I saw you, you were a toddler.2. Hey, I was sorry I’m late . I was working on this baby and I kind of lost track of time. 3. Seems like, uh, I gotta tune it up every third fire. /200606/7388

  A潘玮柏教学地道日常口语 7 /200707/15452

  On the last night, I gave a big ing at the National Poetry Club.在最后一天晚上,我在全国诗歌俱乐部做了一场读书会。And at the end of the ing,在读书会结束的时候,Katharine Kidde of Kidde, Hoyt And Picard Literary Agency,凯德公司的凯瑟琳·凯德和霍伊特与皮卡德文学社的人walked straight up to me and shook my hand and offered me representation, like, on the spot.径直走向我与我握手,当场让我做他们的代表I stood there and I kind of went deaf.我像失聪了一样站在那里。Has this ever happened to you?这种事发生在各位身上过么?And I almost started crying我几乎要哭了出来because all the people in the room were dressed so beautifully,因为所有屋子里的人都如此华丽and all that came out of my mouth was:然而我却只能说;I dont know. I have to think about it.;“我不知道,我要再想想”那样的话。And she said, ;OK, then,; and walked away.她说:“当然。”然后离开了。All those open hands out to me, that small, sad stone in my throat尽管很多人伸来了橄榄枝,我仍然如鲠在喉You see, Im trying to tell you something about people like me.各位,我尽量告诉大家像我这样的人的感受。Misfit people -- we dont always know how to hope or say yes or choose the big thing,不适者经常不知道怎样期待和回答,也不知道在大事面前如何选择。even when its right in front of us.哪怕它们就在我们面前。Its a shame we carry.这是我们身上的耻辱。Its the shame of wanting something good.这是想接受美好时,就会有的耻辱。Its the shame of feeling something good.这是想感受美好时,就会有的耻辱。Its the shame of not really believing we deserve to be in the room with the people we admire.这种耻辱让我们不敢相信,我们应该和那些我们敬仰的人站在同一个屋檐下。If I could, Id go back and Id coach myself.如果可以回到过去,我要像那些Id be exactly like those over-50-year-old women who helped me.50多岁的女人告诉我的那样告诫自己。Id teach myself how to want things, how to stand up, how to ask for them.我要教自己去诉说我的需求,站起来,要回属于我的东西。Id say, ;You! Yeah, you! You belong in the room, too.;我会跟我自己说:“你!就是你!你应该在这个屋子里。”201608/459076。

  

  We all get a lot meaning from our communities.我们都从我们的社群中获得很多的意义。Whether our communities are houses or sports teams, churches or ** groups,无论我们的社群是邻里社区还是运动小组,教堂或**团体。they give us that sense that we are part of something bigger, that we are not alone;他们给我们归属感,我们属于群体的一部分,我们不是一个人,they give us the strength to expand our horizons.社群给了我们扩大我们的视野的力量。And thats why its so striking that over the past few decades, membership in all kinds of communities has declined by as much as one-quarter.这就是为什么这几十年来各类团体的会员人数下降了四分之一的事实需要引起注意!Thats a lot of people who now need to find sense of purpose somewhere else.现在很多人都需要在别的地方寻找生活的使命感。But I know that we can rebuild this communities and start new ones because many of you aly are.但是,我知道我们可以重建我们的社群,因为你们中许多人已经开始行动了。I met Agnes Igoye, whos graduating today. Agnes, Where are you?我看到了今天毕业的艾格尼丝。你在哪里,艾格尼丝?Agnes spent her childhood navigating conflict zones with human trafficking in Uganda,她在乌干达的冲突和贩卖人口地区度过童年时期,and now she is trained thousands of law enforcement officials to keep communities safe.现在她在训练数以千计的执法人员来维持社区的安全。I met Kayla Oakley and Niha Jain, graduating today, too. Stand up, guys.我看到凯拉和妮哈,也是今天毕业,请你们站以来。Kayla and Niha started a non-profit that connects people suffering from chronic illnesses with people in their communities were willing to help out.他们发起了一个非营利组织,将患有慢性疾病的人与社区内愿意帮助他们的人联系起来。And I met David Razu Aznar, whos graduating from the Kennedy School today. David, stand up.我看到了大卫,今天从肯尼迪政治学院毕业。大卫站起来。201706/512866Im Senator Lamar Alexander, from Tennessee. When Tennesseans woke up on Wednesday morning and opened up our states largest paper, the front page headline ;Very Near Collapse.; The story wasnt about a bridge or a foreign dictatorship. ;Very Near Collapse; was our state insurance commissioners description of the Obamacare exchange in Tennessee, which more than 230,000 Tennesseans used to buy health plans last year. What does ;Very Near Collapse; mean in the real world? This November, when Tennesseans are signing up for 2017 Obamacare plans, there will be fewer plans to choose from – and theyll be much more expensive. That picture will be the same for many Americans across the country. Next year, Tennesseans will be paying an intolerable increase – on average between 44 and 62 percent more for their Obamacare plans than they paid last year. Even for a healthy, 40-year-old, non-smoking Tennessean with the lowest-price silver plan on Tennessees exchange, premiums increased last year to 2 a month. Next year, its 3 a month. And if you, the policyholder, dont pay all of it, then you, the taxpayer, will, because a large portion of Obamacare premiums are subsidized with tax dollars. Tennessee had to take extreme measures to allow these increases because insurance companies told the state ;if you dont let us file for rate increases, we will have to leave;. If that happened, Tennesseans might have had only one insurer to choose from. Thats whats happening in states all over the country, as Obamacare plans and rates get locked in for next year. According to consulting firm Avalere Health, Americans buying insurance in one-third of Obamacare exchange regions next year may have only one insurer to choose from. People buying on Obamacare exchanges will have only one insurer to choose from in five states next year: Alabama, Alaska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Wyoming, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. And Politico reports that one Arizona county is ;poised to become an Obamacare ghost town; because no insurer can afford to sell health plans on the regions Obamacare exchange. This leaves 9,700 people in Pinal, Arizona, with no Obamacare plan options in 2017. Before Obamacare ever became law, Republicans warned President Obama and Democrats in Congress that this would happen. In February of 2010, I spoke for Republicans at a White House summit on health care and warned President Obama that premiums for millions of Americans with individual insurance would rise under his proposal. But warnings are not much use now. Americans need action. As Tennessees governor said last week: ;The federal government needs to come in and address the situation. They created the program and so theyre going to have to address that.; In other words, the next Congress – no matter who is President – will have to deal with the mess that Obamacare is causing in our states and the pain it is causing the American people. Americans have a choice this election. You know exactly what Democrats will do if they are in charge. Democrats will increase Washingtons control of your private health insurance choices. Democrats will spend more of your taxpayer dollars to prop up the collapsing Obamacare exchanges. Republicans have offered a better idea. We want to help Americans struggling with the cost of health insurance immediately. We would do that by giving states more flexibility to give individuals and their families options to purchase lower-cost private health insurance plans outside of Obamacare. The problem of solving Obamacare takes more than a five-minute radio address. But helping Americans struggling to buy private health insurance plans is something we ought to do immediately. In order to avoid a near collapse of our nations health insurance market, we need a Republican Congress next year.201609/464108高级英语口语纯外教视频教学[46]【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】 /200704/11846

  If and when your anger turns to hate,如果当你的气愤转化为痛恨,please know that there is no space for that in our shared home.请明白在我们共享的家园里没有容纳那些痛恨的空间。But I will admit, fellow citizen, that I have discounted the burden of coping with the loss of status.但我会承认,我的朋友们,我忽视了应对地位丧失的压力。I have forgotten that what is socially necessary can also be personally gruelling.我忘却了那些社会必须的也会成为个人折磨。A similar thing happened with the economy that you and I share.对于你我共享的经济体,相似地事发生了。Just as I cannot and dont wish to turn back to the clock on equality and diversity,正如我不能,也不愿背视那平等与多样性的时钟,and yet must understand the sense of loss they can inspire,但必须明白它们能够激励的那种失去感,so, too, I refuse and could not if I wished因此,我拒绝,也不能够去turn back the clock on an ever more closely knit, interdependent world,希望时光倒流回相互联系,依赖的世界之前and on inventions that wont stop being invented.回到发明不断之前。And yet I must understand your experience of these things.但我也必须意识到你们所经历的这些。You have for years been telling me that your experience of these things is not as good as my theories forecast.你们多年来都在诉说你们经历过的这些种种并不向我理论预测中的那么美好。Yet before you could finish a complaining sentence但在你们能够诉说完about the difficulty of living with erratic hours, volatile pay, vanishing opportunities,关于生活的艰辛,异常的时间,蒸发的工资,消失的机会,about the pain of dropping your children off at 24-hour day care to make your 3am shift,关于将孩子寄托给全天托管班,为了完成凌晨3点的工作换班的痛苦之前,I shot back at you -- before you could finish your sentence -- my dogma,我就用我的信条--在你们完成诉说之前--驳回你们,about how what you are actually experiencing was flexibility and freedom.告诉你们其实你们经历的是灵活和自由。201703/496306But part of the reason但另一方面的原因and thats the reason why we have ethical ground for pursuing these即从人类的本质上看,它们也是很有价值的,is that theyre also intrinsically valuable.这也是为什么我们拥有追求这些特质的道德基础。Its just better to be able to understand more of the world around you去理解你周围的世界和人and the people that you are communicating with,以及记住所学的知识,and to remember what you have learned.能让你变得更好。Modalities and special faculties.不同的模式和特殊能力.Now, the human mind is not a single unitary information processor,人类的思维并不是一个单一的信息处理器,but it has a lot of different, special, evolved modules that do specific things for us.相反,它拥有许多不同的、特殊的、已进化的模块,这些模块各司其职,为我们务。If you think about what we normally take as giving life a lot of its meaning --想一下那些通常我们认为赋予生活许多意义的事物——music, humor, eroticism, spirituality, aesthetics,音乐、幽默、性爱、灵性、美学nurturing and caring, gossip, chatting with people --养育和关心、八卦、与他人聊天。all of these, very likely, are enabled by a special circuitry that we humans have,所有的这些,都类似的由一个特殊的、每个人都具备的电路所启动,but that you could have another intelligent life form that lacks these.但很可能,另外一种智慧生命形态却没有这些装置。Were just lucky that we have the requisite neural machinery我们只是幸运地拥有了这种必备的神经装置to process music and to appreciate it and enjoy it.来处理音乐,欣赏它,并从中得到乐趣。All of these would enable, in principle -- be amenable to enhancement.所有的这些,从原则上说,都可以以某些方式改进。Some people have a better musical ability and ability to appreciate music than others have.有些人拥有比他人优秀的音乐能力及更好的音乐欣赏能力。Its also interesting to think about what other things are --如果想想其它事物的情况,那会很有意思so if these all enabled great values,那么,如果这些事物都能带来宝贵的价值,why should we think that evolution has happened to provide us为什么我们要认为,这些模式,with all the modalities we would need to engage with other values that there might be?这些我们要用来与其他可能存在的价值体系来沟通的模式,是由进化凑巧提供的呢?201608/457950

  乐宁外教口语天天练No. 56He was born in Suzhoubut resides in Chinaresides意指 livesHe was born in Suzhoubut resides in China他生于苏州,住在中国谢谢收听,明天继续^^ /200610/9552

  英语场景口语:爱美之心人皆有之现在人们越来越注意自己的形象。【口语要素1】These days you need to be very image-conscious.有一次你去拜访朋友,可是发现他没穿衣,可把他尴尬坏了。【口语要素2】You are shocked to find him there in his birthday suit.他慌张的穿上衣出来,结果毛衣却穿反了。【口语要素3】You have got your sweatshirt on backwards.终于穿好了,还挺帅。他说:毕竟今天要见总裁,还是要穿得体面些好!【口语要素4】I want to look presentable.到时候你肯定会与众不同,吸引众人眼光的。【口语要素5】You’d be one of a kind. /200604/6685。

  Every hour of every day, my Administration is focused on creating jobs for our people and I mean good jobs.这让企业不太可能进行竞争。我的政府,在每一天的每一个小时,都关注于为我们的民众创造就业岗位,我是说好工作。More jobs, better jobs, higher-paying jobs - thats our mission.更多的工作,更好的工作,更高工资的工具--这是我们的任务。This week, I also met with Sheriffs and Police Chiefs from across the country.本周,我也会见了全国各地的警长和警察局长们。I pledged to them that we would stand with the incredible men and women of law enforcement我向他们承诺,我们将和杰出的执法人员站在一起and so too will our great new Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.我们杰出的司法部长杰夫·赛辛斯也是这样。My administration is committed to your security,我的政府致力于你们的安全。which is why we will continue to fight to take all necessary and legal action to keep terrorists, radical and dangerous extremists from ever entering our country.也因此,我将继续采取所有必要和合法的行动,让恐怖分子和激进危险的极端分子不能再进入我们的国家。We will not allow our generous system of immigration to be turned against us as a tool for terrorism and truly bad people.我们将不允许我们慷慨的移民体系,变成恐怖主义和真正的坏人使用的工具,来对抗我们。We must take firm steps today to ensure that we are safe tomorrow.我们现在必须采取稳定的步骤,确保我们在未来是安全的。We will defend our country, protect our Constitution, and deliver real prosperity for our people.我们将保卫我们的国家,捍卫我们的宪法,并为我们的人民提供真正的繁荣。God bless you, God bless America. Have a great week.上帝保佑你们,上帝保佑美国。祝你本周快乐。201702/493700

  TSE全真语音 02 /200707/15379

  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

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