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新东方最新英语口语学习词典B部分 /200707/1532760. I was quite impressed by... 我对······的印象很深刻。 用法透视 这个句型用"impress"的被动语态来表达自己对某事物印象深刻。 持范例 1. I was quite impressed by the facilities at the new school. 那所学校的设备令我印象深刻。 2. I was quite impressed by your typing ability. 你的打字能力令我十分佩。 3. I was quite impressed by the cleanliness of the hospital. 我对那所医院的清洁印象很深。 会话记忆 A: Would you like to go to the natural history museum with me? 要不要一起去自然历史物馆? B: Have you ever been to it before? 你以前去过吗? A: Yes, lots of time. I was quite impressed by the wide variety of exhibitions they have. 去过好几次。那些种类繁多的展品让我印象深刻。 B: Let's go. It sounds interesting. 走吧,好像蛮有趣的 /200705/13339And so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.我们切不要在绝望的深渊里沉沦。 朋友们,今天我要对你们说,尽管眼下困难重重,但我依然怀有一个梦。这个梦深深植根于美国梦之中。I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ;We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.;我梦想有一天,这个国家将会奋起,实现其立国信条的真谛:;我们认为这些真理不言而喻:人人生而平等。;I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.我梦想有一天,在佐治亚洲的红色山岗上,昔日奴隶的儿子能够同昔日奴隶主的儿子同席而坐,亲如手足。I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.我梦想有一天,甚至连密西西比州--一个非正义和压迫的热浪逼人的荒漠之州,也会改造成为自由和公正的青青绿洲。201610/469134All right. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you, President Reif. Thank you, Class of 1966. That was an alarming walking along and seeing 66 and then somebody saying ;Oh, its their 50s,; I just, I almost had a heart attack.Time, time flies!And mostly, thank you to the Class of 2016.Its such an honor to be part of your day – its an honor to be here with you, with your friends, your professors, and your parents. But lets be honest: This is an honor I didnt really earn.Im just gonna put that out there. I mean, Ive seen the list of previous commencement speakers: Nobel Prize winners, the UN Secretary General, President of the World Bank, President of the ed States.And who did you get? The guy who did the voice for a cartoon horse.If youre wondering which cartoon horse: thats ;Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron,; a movie some of you might have grown up watching. Its definitely one of my best performances as a cartoon horse.Well, look, I dont even have a college degree. As you might have heard, I went to Harvard. I just didnt graduate from Harvard. I got pretty close, but I started to get movie roles and I didnt finish all my courses. But I put on a cap and gown and I walked with my class; my Mom and Dad and brother were there and everything; I just never got an actual degree.You could say I kind of fake graduated.So you can imagine how excited I was when President Reif called to invite me to speak at the MIT commencement. Then you can imagine how sorry I was to learn that the MIT commencement speaker does not get to go home with a degree.So, yes, for the second time in my life, I am fake graduating from a college in my hometown. And my Mom and my Dad and my brother are here again.And this time, I brought my wife and my four kids. So, welcome, kids, to your Dads second fake graduation. You must be so proud.So, as I said, my Mom is here. Shes a professor, so she knows the value of an MIT degree. She also knows that I couldnt have gotten in here.I mean, Harvard, you know, barely. Or a safety school like Yale.Look, Im not running for any kind of office. I can say pretty much whatever I want.No, I couldnt have gotten in here, but I did grow up here. I grew up in the neighborhood, in the shadow of this imposing place. My brother Kyle and I, and my friend Ben Affleck – brilliant guy, good guy, never really amounted to much – we all grew up right here, in Central Square, children of this sometimes rocky marriage between this city and its great institutions.To us, MIT was kind of like The Man – this big, impressive, impersonal force – at least was our provincial, knee-jerk, teenage reaction, anyway.Then Ben and I shot a movie here.One of the scenes in Good Will Hunting was based on something that actually happened to my brother Kyle. He was visiting a physicist that we knew at MIT, and he was walking down the Infinite Corridor. He saw those blackboards that lined the halls. So my brother, whos an artist, picked up some chalk and wrote an incredibly elaborate, totally fake version of an equation.And it was so cool and completely insane that no one erased it for months. This is a true story.Anyway, Kyle came back and he said, you guys, listen to this – Theyve got blackboards running down the hall! Because these kids are so smart they just need to, you know, drop everything and solve problems!It was then we knew for sure we could never have gotten in.But like I said, we later made a movie here, which did not go unnoticed on campus. In fact, Id like to you some actual lines, some selected passages, from the review of Good Will Hunting in the MIT school paper.If you havent seen it, Will was me, and Sean was played by the late Robin Williams, a man I miss a hell of a lot.So Im ing here: ;Good Will Hunting is very entertaining; but then again, any movie partially set at MIT has to be.;201607/452179

美国成语俗语教程录音 Lesson81-90暂无文本 /200606/7821

I want to talk today about今天我所要讲的是Ive been asked to take the long view,他们让我谈谈长远的观点and Im going to tell you what I think are the three biggest problems for humanity from this long point of view.我要告诉你们,我认为,从长远来看,人类面临着三大问题。Some of these have aly been touched upon by other speakers, which is encouraging.其中有些问题已经被其他讲演者提到了,这是很鼓舞人心的。It seems that theres not just one person who thinks that these problems are important.看起来远不止一个人认为这些问题意义重大。The first is -- death is a big problem.第一——死亡是一个重大的问题。If you look at the statistics, the odds are not very favorable to us.如果你看看统计数据,形式对我们来说并不乐观。So far, most people who have lived have also died.到目前为止,大部分曾经活过的人,都已经死了。Roughly 90 percent of everybody who has been alive has died by now.大致来说,所有人类中百分之九十的人目前已经死亡了.So the annual death rate adds up to 150,000 --因此,年死亡率总计就是15万——sorry, the daily death rate -- 150,000 people per day,对不起,日死亡率——每天15万人,which is a huge number by any standard.以任何标准看,这个数字都是巨大的。The annual death rate, then, becomes 56 million.那么,年死亡率就变成了5千6百万人。If we just look at the single, biggest cause of death, aging如果我们只着眼于死亡的最大的单一因素,衰老it accounts for roughly two-thirds of all human people who die.大约有三分之二的人因此而死。That adds up to an annual death toll of greater than the population of Canada.这些每年因衰老而死亡的人数比加拿大的人口还要多。Sometimes, we dont see a problem有时,我们无视于问题之存在,because either its too familiar or its too big.因为要么这个问题太熟悉,要么这个问题太大了。Cant see it because its too big.因为问题太大了,所以我们看不见。I think death might be both too familiar and too big for most people to see it as a problem.我认为,死亡对我们来说,既过于熟悉也过于巨大,因此大多数人都不会把它当做一个问题来看待。Once you think about it, you see this is not statistical points;一旦你想一下,你就会发现这并不是统计数字而已。these are -- lets see, how far have I talked?这些是——让我看看,我讲了有多久了?Ive talked for three minutes.我已经讲了三分钟。So that would be, roughly, 324 people have died since Ive begun speaking.那么,从我开始讲话到现在,有大概324个人已经去世了。People like -- its roughly the population in this room has just died.这个人数就像——大概有这个房间里的那么多人刚才去世了。Now, the human cost of that is obvious,死亡给人类带来的损失是很明显的。once you start to think about it -- the suffering, the loss --如果你开始细想,死亡带来的痛苦、损失its also, economically, enormously wasteful.从经济上来说,这也是一种巨大的浪费。I just look at the information, and knowledge, and experience光从信息、知识和经验来看,that is lost due to natural causes of death in general, and aging, in particular.一般而言,它们都因人的自然死亡而消失了,尤其是因衰老而造成的死亡。Suppose we approximated one person with one book?假设我们把一个人比作一本书,Now, of course, this is an underestimation.当然,这对人来说是低估的。A persons lifetime of learning and experience is a lot more than you could put into a single book.一个人一生的学识和经验,远不能为一本书所容纳。But lets suppose we did this.但让我们这么假设吧。52 million people die of natural causes each year corresponds, then, to 52 million volumes destroyed.每年有五千两百万人因自然原因而死亡,那么,相应的,五千两百万册书也毁灭了。Library of Congress holds 18 million volumes.国会图书馆有一千八百万册藏书。We are upset about the burning of the Library of Alexandria.亚历山大图书馆被烧毁让我们深感惋惜。Its one of the great cultural tragedies that we remember, even today.这是一大文化悲剧,我们直到今天还记忆犹新。But this is the equivalent of three Libraries of Congress -- burnt down, forever lost -- each year.但死亡造成的损失,相当于每年有三座国会图书馆的藏书灰飞烟灭,永远消亡。So thats the first big problem.因此,这是第一个重大问题。And I wish Godspeed to Aubrey de Grey, and other people like him,我要祝奥布里·德·格雷和他的同行们成功,to try to do something about this as soon as possible.祝他们在这个问题上尽早有所进展。201607/456472

Weve started analyzing television content using the same principles --我们开始分析电视内容,用同样的原则--analyzing event structure of a TV signal --分析一个电视信号的事件结构--episodes of shows, commercials, all of the components that make up the event structure.电视剧集,广告,所有的组成事件结构的成分And were now, with satellite dishes, pulling and analyzing a good part of all the TV being watched in the ed States.我们现在通过卫星电视,抽出分析了在美国高收视率的电视节目And you dont have to now go and instrument living rooms with microphones to get peoples conversations,你不再需要把麦克风装在起居室里来记录人们的对话you just tune into publicly available social media feeds.你只要去听公开的社交媒体讯息就可以了So were pulling in about three billion comments a month, and then the magic happens.我们每个月抽出大概30亿个,奇迹发生了You have the event structure, the common ground that the words are about, coming out of the television feeds;这中间可以找到事件结构,这些词汇的共同基础,那些从这次电视讯息里透露出的反馈youve got the conversations that are about those topics; and through semantic analysis你得到有关这些话题的对话,通过语意分析and this is actually real data youre looking at from our data processing你们看到的这个是根据我们的数据处理过后的真实的数据结果each yellow line is showing a link being made between a comment in the wild and a piece of event structure coming out of the television signal.每条黄线显示一个链接,连接着外界的和电视信号发出的事件结构间的关系And the same idea now can be built up.这都是用同样的思路构建起来的And we get this wordscape, except now words are not assembled in my living room.我们得到了这个词汇背景,不过现在词汇不是从我的客厅里来的。Instead, the context, the common ground activities, are the content on television thats driving the conversations.取而代之的情境,共同基础活动,是电视内容带动的对话And what were seeing here, these skyscrapers now, are commentary that are linked to content on television.我们现在看到的这些高耸的结构都是电视,它们跟电视上播放的内容联系着Same concept, but looking at communication dynamics in a very different sphere.同样的概念,但是你们看见的是它在不同的领域展现的交流动态。201705/508754

President Obama: Thank you so much, everybody. Please have a seat. Have a seat. For generations, Presidents have faithfully executed two great American traditions: issuing a proclamation that sets aside a Thursday in November for us to express gratitude, and granting pardons that reflect our beliefs in second chances. And this week, we do both. Of course, Thanksgiving is a family holiday as much as a national one. So, for the past seven years, Ive established another tradition: embarrassing my daughters with a ;corny-copia; of dad jokes about turkeys. This year, they had a scheduling conflict. Actually, they just couldnt take my jokes anymore. They were fed up. President Obama: Fortunately, I have, by my side, here today two of my nephews – Austin and Aaron Robinson – who, unlike Malia and Sasha, have not yet been turned cynical by Washington. They still believe in bad puns. They still appreciate the grandeur of this occasion. They still have hope. Malia and Sasha, by the way, are thankful that this is my final presidential turkey pardon. What I havent told them yet is that we are going to do this every year from now on. No cameras. Just us. Every year. No way Im cutting this habit cold turkey. Good one. That was pretty funny. Thanksgiving is a chance –– to gather with loved ones, reflect on our many blessings, and, after a long campaign season, finally turn our attention from polls to poultry. This year, were honored to be joined by two of the lucky ones, who were raised by the Domino family in Iowa: Tater and Tot. Now, Tater is here in a backup role, just in case Tot cant fulfill his duties. So hes sort of like the Vice Turkey. Were working on getting him a pair of aviator glasses. And it is my great privilege – well, its my privilege – actually, lets just say its my job -- to grant them clemency this afternoon. As I do, I want to take a moment to recognize the brave turkeys who werent so lucky, who didnt get to ride the gravy train to freedom –– who met their fate with courage and sacrifice – and proved that they werent chicken. President Obama: Oh, its not that bad. Now, come one. Of course, we have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Six straight years of job creation – the longest streak ever. Low unemployment. Wages are rising again. Inequality is narrowing. The housing market is healing. The stock market has nearly tripled. Our high school graduation rate is at an all-time high. And our uninsured rate is at an all-time low, thanks to the 20 million more Americans, including millions of children, who finally know the security of health insurance. Thats worth gobbling about. Proud families across the country are finally complete now that marriage equality is the law of the land. And there are many families of service members who had empty chairs at the table in recent years but who on this Thanksgiving can celebrate with our brave troops and veterans who weve welcomed home. Thanksgiving is also a reminder of the source of our national strength – that out of many, we are one; that were bound not by any one race or religion, but rather by an adherence to a common creed, that all of us are created equal. And while accepting our differences and building a diverse society has never been easy, it has never been more important. We are a people that look out for one another and get each others backs. We keep moving forward, defined by values and ideals that have been a light to all humanity. We have to see ourselves in each other because weve all got families we love, and we all have hopes for their better future. And we lose sight of that sometimes, and Thanksgiving is a good time for us to remember that. We have a lot more in common than divides us. The holidays are also a time when its even more important to reach out to those who need a helping hand. I believe were judged by how we care for the poor and the vulnerable, the sick and the elderly, the immigrant, the refugee, everybody whos trying to get a second chance. I believe that in order to truly live up to those ideals, we have to continually fight discrimination in all its forms and always show the world that America is a generous and giving country. We should also make sure everyone has something to eat on Thanksgiving – of course, except the turkeys, because theyre aly stuffed. President Obama: So, later today, the Obama family will participate in our traditional Thanksgiving service project. And when somebody at your table tells you that youve been hogging all the side dishes and you cant have any more, I hope you respond with a creed that sums up the spirit of a hungry people: Yes, We Cran. That was good. You dont think thats funny? Look, I know there are some bad ones in here, but this is the last time Im doing this, so were not leaving any room for leftovers. Let me just say – how am I doing? Good? Thumbs up? Let me just say one last thing before I spare these turkeys lives. On this Thanksgiving, I want to express my sincere gratitude to the American people for the trust that youve placed in me over these last eight years and the incredible kindness that youve shown my family. On behalf of Michelle, and my mother-in-law, and our girls, we want to thank you so very, very much. And now, from the Rose Garden, Tater and Tot will go to their new home at Virginia Tech – which is admittedly a bit Hokie. Theyll get to live out their natural lives at a new facility called Gobblers Rest, where students and veterinarians will care for them. And so, lets get on with the pardoning because its Wednesday afternoon and everyone knows that Thanksgiving traffic can put people in a ;fowl; mood. President Obama: Happy Thanksgiving, everybody. Lets go pardon these turkeys. Come on, guys, come on, come on!201612/482121

If you had caught me straight out of college in the halls of the Vermont State House如果你在我本科刚毕业后在佛蒙特州议会大楼里遇到我where I was a lobbyist in training and asked me what I was going to do with my life,那时我还正在参加说客培训,并同时问我我的人生理想是什么I would have told you that Id just passed the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi,我会告诉你我刚通过了汉语水平考试the Chinese equivalency exam, and I was going to go study law in Beijing,(The Chinese Equivalency Exam),而且我准备去北京进修法律and I was going to improve U.S.-China relations through top-down policy changes and judicial system reforms.我要自上而下地修订政策及改革司法系统以来改善中美关系I had a plan, and I never ever thought it would have anything to do with the banjo.我是有个计划,但是我没想到它会和班卓琴扯上什么关系,就是这玩意儿Little did I know what a huge impact it would have on me one night我真没想到它将在某个晚上对我造成如此巨大的影响when I was at a party and I heard a sound coming out of a record player in the corner of a room.当时我正在一个派对,我听见从房间角落里的录音机传来得声音And it was Doc Watson singing and playing ;Shady Grove.;那是多克·沃森弹唱的《林荫》Shady Grove, my little love. Shady Grove, my darlin树林荫荫啊,我的小爱人。树林荫荫啊,我的小亲亲Shady Grove, my little love. Going back to Harlan树林荫荫啊,我的小爱人。让我们一起回哈兰That sound was just so beautiful, the sound of Docs voice and the rippling groove of the banjo.那声音真是太美了,多克的嗓音和荡漾的班卓琴声And after being totally and completely obsessed with the mammoth richness and history of Chinese culture,在完全彻底沉迷于悠久厚重、浩浩汤汤的中国历史与文化这么久以后it was like this total relief to hear something so truly American and so truly awesome.听到这种地道的美国风格,也是地道的一流音乐,实在是对我的一种解脱201612/482415

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