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We had a very small budget and I had to make decisions on what to buy.我们的预算很小,所以我必须决定买什么。I like it! ;Im particularly proud of; - Positive but not boasting.我喜欢!“我特别自豪”——积极但又不是在吹嘘。Youre doing well.你做的很好。Very impressive – so youre a good planner Anna!真厉害,那么安娜,你是一个好的规划者!We like organised people here...ooops, silly me.我们喜欢有条理的人……哎呀,我真笨。I seemed to have spilt tea over your CV.我似乎把茶洒到你的简历上了。Oh, do you need some help?你需要帮助吗?Oh no…Im sure itll dry out… carry on please…没事,它肯定一会儿就干了,请继续。Also… timekeeping is important to me…而且,守时对我很重要。;Timekeeping is important to me; – thats good!“守时对我很重要”——说的好!I always try to complete my work on time.我总是努力按时完成工作。At university I never handed my assignments in late.在大学里,我从不晚交作业。Thats good to hear. We like punctuality here…听你这么说太好了。我们这里喜欢守时的人。Excuse me Paul. Sorry its a bit late – but I thought you might like a biscuit with your tea.打扰了,保罗。不好意思有点晚了,但是我想你可能喜欢就着饼干喝茶。 /201611/479858

script:Well this does seem like it was too long ago that the Dow Industrials crossed the 13,000 mark for the first time. Well today, the Dow flirted with 14,000. Stephanie Elam joins us from New York to tell us just how close we came. Hey there, Stephanie.Virginia, it was just 11 points. That's how close we came to cross the 14,000 mark before the bluechips retreated a bit. But still, hey, we ended on a record high. One reason, optimism at earning season which kicked into gear on Tuesday. Let's take a look at the final numbers. The Dow industrial is up 43 points to 13950. And then taking a look at the NASDAQ, it's up 9, I'm sorry, down 9 points, off about a third of a percent at 2697. The Samp;P500 off about 3 points today at 1549. So not really huge losses there on the other markets, but definitely the Dow was the winner of the day, Virginia.So Stephanie you mentioned earning season, corporate earnings is that what's really driving the market?Well, it's definitely one of the main factors, but today's stocks also got a lift from deal making activity, a so-called Merger Monday as we know them around here. One deal is in the restaurant sector and includes two companies you probably know. IHOP, of course, the International House of Pancakes. Well, they are acquiring Applebee's for more than 2 billion dollars, shares of IHOP jumped nearly 9 percent, Applebee's climbed 2 percent. And Verizon, one of the companies in the Dow industrials, well, it rose more than 2% on a report that it could be the target of a potentially huge bid from Britain's Vodafone. Vodafone responded by saying it has no plans to make an offer, but just that little bit of speculation can help give a stock a lift. Virginia.Well, I wanna turn to the job market now. I understand sort of some good news for folks who are looking for a job. This is good to hear.It is always come, good to come with good news about this part, because people are always worrying about jobs. Well it looks like it's taking less time to land a new position. Job seekers found jobs 17% faster in the last 3 months than in the previous quarter. According to a recent survey, it took just 3 months to find a job last quarter down from a more than 3 and a half months wait in the previous quarter. In the 3rd quarter of 2006, it took more than 4 months to find a job. That suggest the job market is pretty strong. The biggest movement, or improvement up there came from those over 50 who are looking for work. The survey also showed that people looking for a job were more likely to say they've found a job as good or even better than their previous job. So I guess for some people, Leslie, it might be time to start working on their resume, right?Yeah, it's always good to keep it fresh. (Yeah!) OK let's say you can't find work, maybe you can get your big break in show business?Yeah! Or something like that and now you can do it over a website, you know make it even easier. (Yeah!) Sony’s crago.com is the latest to compete with sites like Youtube. And to get you interested, it has a unique offer---stardom. Your could get plug from the masses for a chance to perform a stand-up routine at the Enprob. Crago is also offering a 15,000-dollar-development deal with Columbia Pictures. Other sites are offering a shot of stardom. So forget working on the resume, I guess, work on your uploads.Yeah, exactly. And your singing voice and your acting ability, as well. And also you are able to hold, your ability to hold the camera straight.Exactly, at your face and not at your stomach. Alright. Stephanie , thanks so much. Talk to you next time.Sounds good.Notes:Stand-up: Stand-up comedy is a style of comedy where the performer speaks directly to the audience, with the absence of the theatrical fourth wall. A person who performs stand-up comedy is known as a stand-up comic, stand-up comedian or more informally stand up.200807/44407

What do we think Ben Bernanke is going to say today and how closely will the market be listening?First of all, the market is going to listen very carefully, and secondly, we have to compare what Bernanke is going to say when compared to the interest rates statement which was delivered last Wednesday. Now as you know, the interest rates statement was putting the Federal Reserve at a neutral interest rates stance. And I guess that after the statement have been released, there have been a lot of negative news, not so much on the economic front but it had been on the financial sector. So he is going to be asked by people participating in that joint committee, what the Fed believes is going on in the financial sector and he has to give an answer. I guess that overall, his statement today is going to be more dovish than the interest rates statement and that is going to be the key for the foreign exchange market. So I assume the US dollar has more weakness ahead.Well I was going to ask you, is there anything that he can say or indeed do that can stop this slide on the dollar?Well, we have to figure out where the problem is. We have so far a US-centered problem which has to do with the housing market and has to do with related financial sectors and mortgage market and so forth. And that means the ed States do need higher net exports as a buffer to support the economic growth to make sure that that economy is not slipping into a recession.What about the oil prices? We are seeing record highs once again today really gonna be touching clearly I would expect 100 dollars a barrel some time soon. How worrying is that?Well, as far, oil prices did not really play in a lot typically because oil prices are still lower in the real terms than they were in the 80s. So if you do the inflation adjustments, then the price of oil in the 80s was higher than the current oil price. That's smooth change when we are seeing oil prices moving above 105. The second point is that we are using less oil relative to GDP and relative to disposable income. But of course the pace of the increase is a matter of concern. It's working inflationary. It does paralyze central banks to some extent. And therefore, it is a point of worry and I am a bit surprised that the equity markets are holding up so well. We have to consider what are the economic consequences of that and obviously it does not look too good to if you have a forecast of rise of about 6 months or a year.Notes: Dovish: Dovish refers to an economic outlook which generally supports lower interest rates. Doves take the position that inflationary pressures are low enough for low interest rates to be desirable200807/43622

Georgian Crisis 'Decisive Moment' in Russia-West Ties格俄冲突导致俄罗斯与西方摊牌?  Georgia is emerging battered but defiant from its recent military confrontation with Russia. Russian troops still control significantly more Georgian territory than they did a month ago and no one can answer the key question: How can the occupiers be forced to leave? But Georgian officials are openly gleeful over Moscow's diplomatic isolation, as its friends decline to join the Kremlin in recognizing the independence of two breakaway Georgian regions. Georgians are beginning to see a silver lining in the clouds of war that still hang over their tiny but strategically-located nation. 尽管格鲁吉亚在最近跟俄罗斯的军事对峙中饱受创伤,但是仍然没有低头。俄罗斯军队控制的格鲁吉亚领土大大超过一个月以前俄军控制的格鲁吉亚领土,而且谁都不知道如何迫使占领者离开格鲁吉亚。不过,格鲁吉亚官员对莫斯科在外交上的孤立公开表示高兴,因为俄罗斯的友好国家拒绝跟克里姆林宫一道承认格鲁吉亚两个分离地区的独立。格鲁吉亚人开始看到,这个地处战略要地的小国上空虽然战争的硝烟弥漫,但仍有一丝光明。Georgia's fate is still a very big question mark. Russia has issued a blunt challenge to the West to stay out of its Caucasus backyard. And there are serious doubts that Europe and the ed States have the political will to make the Russians go home. 格鲁吉亚的命运仍然前途未卜。俄罗斯直截了当地向西方发难,要它们远离俄罗斯的高加索后院。而且人们严重怀疑欧洲和美国是否有政治意愿让俄罗斯人撤回俄罗斯。The former president of Georgia's parliament, Nino Burjanadze, who now is a strong government critic, maintains it was a mistake to challenge Russia's provocative military actions in the breakaway South Ossetia region in early August. "I think we aly lost the war, and I'm afraid there is no military solution of this situation," he said. 对政府持强烈批评立场的格鲁吉亚前议长布里扬纳吉强调,8月初在争取独立的南奥塞梯地区对俄罗斯发起挑衅性的军事行动是错误的。布里扬纳吉说:“我认为我们已经输了这场战争,恐怕通过军事途径解决不了目前的局势。”But Burjanadze says Russia has also emerged a loser. "When I said we Georgians are not winners in this conflict, it does not mean Russia has won," he said. "Russia showed once again its real face, that it preferred to be the gendarme in international relations and not to be a distinguished member of the international community that will be respected." 不过,布里扬纳吉同时认为俄罗斯也失败了。布里扬纳吉说:“我说我们格鲁吉亚人在这场冲突中不是赢家,并不等于说俄罗斯赢了。俄罗斯再次让人们看到它的真面目,那就是,它渴望在国际关系中充当警察,而不想成为国际社会中受到尊重的杰出一员。”President Mikheil Saakashvili's political rivals say he will have a lot of explaining to do if and when the crisis subsides. In the short term, almost all agree that the Kremlin's intense dislike for Mr. Saakashvili has made his position at home more secure.  格鲁吉亚总统萨卡什维利的政治对手认为,如果这场危机得以平息,在这场危机平息以后,萨卡什维利要对很多问题说清楚。从短期来看,几乎所有的人都认为,克里姆林宫对萨卡什维利的极度厌恶让他在国内的地位更加稳固。But in the longer term, political analyst Archil Gegeshidze says Russia will surely succeed in creating internal political instability in Georgia. 不过从长期来看,政治分析人士格格什吉认为,俄罗斯肯定会成功地在格鲁吉亚国内制造政治动荡。"In due course, I expect there will be some new waves of mass protests here in the country," he said. "To what extent this government will be able to survive those protests remains to be seen. But it is obvious there will be some internal political instability." 格格什吉说:“我预计不久以后,格鲁吉亚会爆发新的抗议浪潮。格鲁吉亚政府在多大程度上能够平息那些抗议,还有待观察。不过很明显,格鲁吉亚国内将会发生政治动荡。”Nonetheless, Georgians are increasingly hopeful that the final outcome of their confrontation with Russia will be to their advantage. For one thing, Western countries that until recently had all but forgotten the Caucasus are again recognizing Georgia's critical strategic importance.  尽管如此,还是有越来越多的格鲁吉亚人认为,他们跟俄罗斯的对峙最终会对他们有利。首先,直到最近几乎遗忘了这个高加索国家的西方国家才再次认识到格鲁吉亚的战略地位极为重要。The European Union is holding a summit to discuss how to respond to Russia's intervention. The ed States has poured tens of millions of dollars of humanitarian assistance and uncounted military aid into Georgia, and it has sent several senior officials to Tbilisi, including Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Democratic Party vice presidential candidate Joe Biden. Vice President Dick Cheney is expected to arrive next week. 欧盟正在召开成员国首脑会议,讨论如何应对俄罗斯的这场干预。美国已经向格鲁吉亚投入数千万美元人道主义援助和数目不详的军事援助,并派出几位高级官员访问第比利斯,包括国务卿赖斯和民主党副总统候选人拜登。美国副总统切尼预计下星期访问第比利斯。Georgia's minister for European integration, David Darchiashvili, says the crisis has prompted the government to accelerate its move to embrace, and be embraced by, western institutions. 格鲁吉亚欧洲一体化事务部部长戴维.达齐阿什维利认为,目前的危机促使政府加快接受西方制度以及被西方制度所接受。"Until recently the top priority was NATO integration," he said. The EU is not as high a priority. But now what has happened, since the EU is playing the very important role, Europe's weight will increase in Georgia, and Georgia will be heading toward European integration more seriously." 达齐阿什维利说:“直到最近,格鲁吉亚的首要任务是加入北约军事一体化。加入欧盟还不是首要任务。可是现在的情况是,鉴于欧盟正在发挥非常重要的作用,欧洲的份量在格鲁吉亚将会增加,因此格鲁吉亚会更加严肃地对待逐渐融入欧洲大家庭这件事。”Darchiashvili says the government is becoming increasingly confident that it did the right thing in confronting Russia, and that it will be able to defend itself against domestic critics. 达齐阿什维利表示,格鲁吉亚越来越坚信,跟俄罗斯对峙做得对,并且也坚信能够战胜来自国内的指责。"I am y to answer any questions," he said. "I do not see any major breach from our side, the principles we stayed for years. We do not want to confront Russia with it's huge resources, but it's Russia that wants to reconquer Georgia. So we should not defend ourselves?" 达齐阿什维利说:“我准备回答任何问题。我认为,在我们一方,我们多年来遵循的原则没有任何重大漏洞。我们不希望跟有丰富资源的俄罗斯冲突,是俄罗斯想重新征格鲁吉亚。因此我们不应该自卫吗?”Officials here have hardly been able to contain their glee at the diplomatic rebuff Russia has suffered, as close friends such as Belarus, Cuba and Venezuela have shied away from endorsing Moscow's recognition of independence for the breakaway Georgian territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. 对于俄罗斯受到的外交挫折,格鲁吉亚官员难以抑制他们的兴奋。白俄罗斯、古巴和委内瑞拉等俄罗斯的友好国家都拒绝跟莫斯科一道承认格鲁吉亚分离地区阿布哈兹和南奥塞梯的独立。National Security Director Alexander Lumaya says this kind of international response could force Moscow to think twice about its actions. 格鲁吉亚国家安全主任亚历山大.卢马亚认为,国际社会这样的反应可以迫使莫斯科对其所做所为三思而行。"Russia found itself close to complete international isolation," he said. "It's not something they feel comfortable with. So the path of development of this situation and whether they will apply this invasion pattern to other countries in the neighborhood would depend on how strongly the international community would pursue the line it has taken." 卢马亚说:“俄罗斯发现自己快要完全受到国际社会的孤立。这种事不会让它们感到舒。因此,局势的发展,以及俄罗斯是否会把对格鲁吉亚的入侵方式用于其它邻国,将取决于国际社会是否更加坚决地坚持目前的立场。”A big test comes on Monday when European Union leaders are scheduled to launch what is expected to be a full-scale review of relations with Russia. While news reports from Paris indicate there will be no decision on sanctions, the meeting is giving Georgians hope that the Kremlin will be made to answer for its invasion. 星期一,欧盟领导人计划开始对欧盟跟俄罗斯关系进行一次全面审查,届时将是一次重大考验。尽管来自巴黎的消息显示,这次会议不过做出制裁俄罗斯的决定,但是这次会议给了格鲁吉亚希望,克里姆林宫必须对入侵格鲁吉亚做出解释。Analyst Archil Gegeshidze sees Russia's move in Georgia as payback to the West for the Kremlin's perceived humiliation on issues such as Western recognition of Kosovo's independence, and expanding the NATO alliance up to the Russian border. 政治分析人士格格什吉认为,俄罗斯在格鲁吉亚的行动是它对西方国家在一些问题上让俄罗斯蒙羞的报复,比如西方国家承认科索沃独立,把北约势力范围扩大到俄罗斯边界等。Gegeshidze calls this a "moment of truth". 格格什吉把这称为“摊牌时刻”。"This is a very decisive moment. Either Russia succeeds and the West fails, or West succeeds and Russia fails," he said. 格格什吉说:“这是非常关键的时刻。不是俄罗斯成功,西方失败;就是西方成功,俄罗斯失败。”Georgians say if Europe and the ed States can muster the political will to stand up to Russia, and if Georgia is soon invited to begin the process of joining NATO, and if sufficient aid arrives to start the process of rebuilding, the outcome of the current crisis could be decidedly positive. 格鲁吉亚表示,如果欧盟和美国能聚集起政治意愿跟俄罗斯对抗,如果格鲁吉亚很快被邀请启动加入北约的程序,如果格鲁吉亚能得到充足的援助开始重建家园,这场危机就会有具有决定性的积极的结果。But some analysts say those are some big 'ifs.' 不过一些分析人士认为,这些仅仅是“假设而已”。200808/47011


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