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066 chatting online Words Internet computer desktop laptop dial-up broadband download upload username password id sign in/log in webcam emoticons online invite send receive text message type e-mail address offline instant message files conversation voice message address book skins image install settings Phrases To access the internet To chat online To make internet friends To download files To change the settings To appear online/offline To receive a new message To create an id To have a conversation To hook up to the internet Beginner A: what’s up? B: not much. Its frezzing in Beijing. A: u should come to Bangkok. We’ve got lovely weather here. B: great! R y inviting me? A: laughing out loud. B: be right back. A: where r u going? B; bathroom. A; ok. I’m going to go to bathroom too. Talk to you later. Note: when people chat online, they often shorten words. Use abbreviations, use lower case letters, and rarely use punctuation marks, especially apostrophe marks. Intermediate A: hi, dave! What’s up? B: oh, not much. What have you been doing recently, cathy? A: I’ve been chatting online a lot with friends. B; where do you go to chat? A; I usually use yahoo messager. What about you? B; I’ve never chatted online before. A: what How is that possible? Why not? B: well, my computer is really old, so most software isn’t compatible with my computer. A; do you want to come over to mine? I can show you how to use it. B: how long does it take to download mp3 files? A: not very long at all. I usually download at least 30 a day. B; do you ever download any tv programs or movies? A; sure, I’d say that I download at least on program a day. B: do you think you could download some for me? A: sure, just let me know what you want and I can burn it onto a cd for you. B; let me see… I’ve heard a lot about a show called friends. A; no problem. Did you know that there are many friends forums online? B: what’s a forum? A: it’s a place you can go to online where you can chat to other people who have similar interests as you. B; do the friends’ stars ever show up there? A; sometimes, people say they are the friends stars, but you never know who you’re talking to. For all I know, Jennifer aniston is really an old fat man. A: ha ha ha… /200705/13733

But I want to encourage you to reject these cynics who say that technology is flattening your experience of the world Please dont let anyone make you think that youre any less somehow shallow 不过我劝你们别听这些讽世者的别听他们说什么 科技正在毁灭你们的真实世界体验有些人仅仅因为你喜欢经常更新状态Because you like to update your status on a regular basis The people who say that technology has disconnected you are wrong but so are the people who say that technology has automatically connected you 就说你变得有些浅薄 别听他们的认为科技让你们疏于联系的论调是错误的相反 认为科技自动让人联系起来的论调也是错误的Technology is just a tool Its a powerful tool but its just a tool 科技只是一个工具它是一个强有力的工具但仍然只是工具Deep human connection is very different Its not a tool 人之间深入的联系非常独特它不是工具Its not a means to the end It is the end Its the purpose of a meaningful life 它不是实现目的的手段而是目的本身它是有意义的生活的目标And it will inspire the most amazing acts of love, generosity, and humanity In his famous speech ;Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution; Martin Luther King Jr. Said 它能激发这些最美妙的行为 爱 慷慨 人性在着名演讲《在大变革中保持清醒》中马丁.路德.金说Through our scientific and technological genius we have made of this world a neighborhood and yet we have not had the ethical commitment to make of it a brotherhood 通过我们的科学和技术天赋;我们让这个世界变为邻里;但我们仍然缺少让世界充满手足之情的伦理担当Now with 50 years of hindsight I think its fair to say that Dr. King was a little premature in calling the worlds a neighborhood 根据50年后的后见之明我想 金牧师那时就将世界看作邻里未免有些为时过早Back then Americans lumped whole continents into something they called the Third World as if what defined people on the other side of the planet 在当时美国把世界上大面积的土地都笼统归为第三世界让人觉得似乎地球另一端的民众201608/457718

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  Everybody talks about happiness these days.最近大家都在谈论着快乐。I had somebody count the number of books with ;happiness; in the title published in the last five years在过去的五年里,我请人数了近年来有多本书的书名中提到“快乐”,and they gave up after about 40, and there were many more.他们数到大约有40本,而且还有更多没数到的。There is a huge wave of interest in happiness, among researchers.现今越来越多研究者都开始对快乐这个议题产生兴趣。There is a lot of happiness coaching.而且还有很多的“快乐教练”授课。Everybody would like to make people happier.让其他人更快乐是他们的宗旨。But in spite of all this flood of work,虽然此类工作多如牛毛,there are several cognitive traps that sort of make it almost impossible to think straight about happiness.但现仍存在几个认知上的陷阱,这些陷阱将会增加使人领悟快乐本质的难度。And my talk today will be mostly about these cognitive traps.我今天将主要谈论这些认知陷阱。This applies to laypeople thinking about their own happiness,这些陷阱既会影响到一般人对自身快乐的观感,and it applies to scholars thinking about happiness,而且也会影响到学者对快乐的判断,because it turns out were just as messed up as anybody else is.因为人无完人,我们皆会出错。The first of these traps is a reluctance to admit complexity.第一个陷阱是不愿意去承认快乐的复杂性。It turns out that the word ;happiness; is just not a useful word anymore,事实明快乐这个词已不再是常用词汇了,because we apply it to too many different things.因为我们已用其来诠释太多的事物了。I think there is one particular meaning to which we might restrict it,我想我们应该限定它的意思,but by and large, this is something that well have to give up不过,一般而言,我们得放弃这个想法and well have to adopt the more complicated view of what well-being is.并用更复杂的观点来看何谓快乐生活。201610/471658

  The question which confronts us in a very, very complex conflict is at its heart very simple.尽管冲突十分复杂,我们面对的问题核心其实无比简单。What should we do with others to confront this threat to our citizens, our nation, other nations and the people who suffer under the yoke, the cruel yoke, of Daesh?当我们的公民、我们的国家以及其它国家面临威胁时,当人们在达伊沙的枷锁、沉重的枷锁下痛苦呻吟时,我们应该怎样做?The carnage in Paris brought home to us the clear and present danger we face from them.巴黎的大屠杀把这份来自它们的清晰而现实的危险告知了我们。It could have just as easily been London, or Glasgow, or Leeds or Birmingham and it could still be.这原本可能轻易发生在伦敦、格拉斯哥、或者利兹、或者伯明翰,而且现在依旧有这种可能。And I believe that we have a moral and a practical duty to extend the action we are aly taking in Iraq to Syria.因此,我认为我们在道德上和实质上都有责任进一步扩大我们已经在伊拉克和叙利亚进行的军事行动。And I am also clear, and I say this to my colleagues, that the conditions set out in the emergency resolution passed at the Labour party conference in September have been met.我很清楚,并且我要对我的工党同僚们说,我们在九月份工党大会上通过的关于紧急状态决议的条件现已达成。We now have a clear and unambiguous UN Security Council Resolution 2249, paragraph 5 of which specifically calls on member states to take all necessary measures to redouble and co-ordinate their efforts to prevent and suppress terrorist acts committed specifically by Isil, and to eradicate the safe haven they have established over significant parts of Iraq and Syria.我们现在有了清晰的、明确的联合国安理会第2249号决议,第五段明确地呼吁会员国采取一切必要的措施加倍做出努力并进行协调,防止和打击ISIL所实施的恐怖主义行为,摧毁它们在伊拉克和叙利亚相当多的地方建立的庇护所。So the ed Nations is asking us to do something.所以,联合国正在请求我们行动起来。It is asking us to do something now.它请求我们现在就行动起来。It is asking us to act in Syria as well as in Iraq.它请求我们在叙利亚和伊拉克都行动起来。And it was a Labour government that helped to found the ed Nations at the end of the Second World War.当年,在二战结束时,正是工党政府帮助建立了联合国。And why did we do so?我们当年为什么要这么做?Because we wanted the nations of the world, working together, to deal with threats to international peace and security – and Daesh is unquestionably that.因为我们希望全世界各国团结起来,共同处理对国际和平和安全的威胁——毫无疑问,达伊沙就是这样的威胁。So given that the ed Nations has passed this resolution, given that such action would be lawful under Article 51 of the UN Charter – because every state has the right to defend itself.鉴于现在联合国已经通过了这项决议,而且军事行动完全符合《联合国宪章》第51条:每个国家都有权自卫。Why would we not uphold the settled will of the ed Nations, particularly when there is such support from within the region including from Iraq.我们为什么不能持联合国的决定?尤其是在包括伊拉克在内的该地区的国家都表示持的情况下。We are part of a coalition of over 60 countries, standing together shoulder-to-shoulder to oppose their ideology and their brutality.我们是超过60个国家的同盟的一员,我们肩并着肩,共同反击达伊沙的邪念和暴行。Now Mr Speaker, all of us understand the importance of bringing an end to the Syrian civil war and there is now some progress on a peace plan because of the Vienna talks.议长先生,我们每个人都明白结束叙利亚内战的重要性,而且在维也纳会谈之后,和平计划也有了一定进展。They are the best hope we have of achieving a cease-fire.这是达成停火的最大希望所在。That would bring an end to Assad’s bombing, leading to a transitional government and elections.这个计划将结束阿萨德政权的轰炸,并带来过渡政府和民主选举。And why is that vital?为什么这个计划如此重要?Both because it will help in the defeat of Daesh, and because it would enable millions of Syrians, who have been forced to flee, to do what every refugee dreams of: they just want to be able to go home.不仅因为它可以帮助击败达伊沙,更因为它可以帮助数百万被迫逃离家园的叙利亚人达成每个难民梦寐以求的心愿:他们只是想回家。201604/434738。

  简介: Are you under the weather?under the weather 意为 to be sick.译文:你身体不舒吗? /200612/9785

  突破口语之独白(1):A Fresh Start Now一个崭新的开始 The greatest power you possess for succeeding in life is your understanding that life gives you a fresh start any moment you choose to start fresh.You've only to test the truth of this fact about the newness of life to discover the incredible freedom that waits for you just behind it.Nothing that stood in your way before stands there now in the same way. It's all new, even if you can't as yet see it that way. 你所拥有的取得人生成功最大得法宝就是你领悟到:任何时候你选择重新开始,生活都总能给你一个崭新的开端。要发现生活背后等待着你的无穷自由,只有去验生活中新事物的真相。以往任何不能阻止你前行的事物现在以相同方式出现却能组织你前行。即使你还没有发觉它已经完全是崭新的了。注解 :1) possess v. 拥有,占有2) incredible a. 难以置信的,极妙的 /200708/16458即学即用英语会话词典B部分:有关工作 即学即用英语会话词典文本下载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 /200706/15009This week, our hearts are with the people of Belgium, as terrorist attacks claimed the lives of more than thirty people. Yesterday, we learned that at least two Americans were killed. We pray for their families and loved ones. At least fourteen Americans were injured. And we pray for their full recovery – along with everyone else affected by these attacks. Earlier this week, I called the Prime Minister of Belgium and offered him our full array of support in bringing to justice any terrorists involved in planning or aiding this unconscionable attack on innocent men, women, and children. Belgium is a close friend and ally of the ed States. And when it comes to our friends, America has their back. Especially as we fight the scourge of terrorism. More broadly, were going to continue to root out and defeat ISIL. Weve been taking out ISIL leadership, and this week, we removed one of their top leaders from the battlefield – permanently. A relentless air campaign – and support for forces in Iraq and Syria who are fighting ISIL on the ground – has allowed us to take approximately forty percent of the populated territory that ISIL once held in Iraq. Were supporting Iraqi Security Forces who are beginning to put pressure on the ISIL stronghold of Mosul. And we will not stop until ISILs safe-havens are destroyed. Were also working to disrupt plots against the ed States and against our friends and allies. A team of FBI agents is on the ground in Belgium supporting the investigation. Weve ramped up our intelligence cooperation so that we can root out ISILs operations. And we constantly review our homeland security posture to remain vigilant against any efforts to target the ed States. ISIL poses a threat to the entire civilized world. Thats why weve been leading a truly global coalition that will be vital to our success. Secretary Kerry is leading an international effort to bring the Syrian civil war to an end, a critical piece of restoring stability to that war-torn part of the world. And next week, dozens of world leaders will come here to Washington for a summit focused on nuclear security. Well use that opportunity to also review our joint efforts against ISIL, and to make sure the world remains united in this effort to protect our people. As we move forward in this fight, we have to wield another weapon alongside our airstrikes, our military, our counterterrorism work, and our diplomacy. And thats the power of our example. Our openness to refugees fleeing ISILs violence. Our determination to win the battle against ISILs hateful and violent propaganda – a distorted view of Islam that aims to radicalize young Muslims to their cause. In that effort, our most important partners are American Muslims. Thats why we have to reject any attempt to stigmatize Muslim-Americans, and their enormous contributions to our country and our way of life. Such attempts are contrary to our character, to our values, and to our history as a nation built around the idea of religious freedom. Its also counterproductive. It plays right into the hands of terrorists who want to turn us against one another; who need a reason to recruit more people to their hateful cause. I am a father. And just like any other parent, the awful images from Brussels draw my thoughts to my own childrens safety. Thats also why you should be confident that defeating ISIL remains our top military, intelligence, and national security priority. We will succeed. The terrorists will fail. They want us to abandon our values and our way of life. We will not. They want us to give in to their vision of the future. We will defeat them with ours. Because we know that the future belongs not to those who seek only to destroy – but to those who have the courage to build. Thanks.201603/434409

  Good afternoon. Today, the Federal Open Market Committee decided to maintain the target range for the federal funds rate at #188; to #189; percent. Our decision to keep this accommodative policy stance reflects both our assessment of the economic outlook and the risks associated with that outlook. The Committees baseline expectations for economic activity, the labor market, and inflation have not changed much since December: With appropriate monetary policy, we continue to expect moderate economic growth, further labor market improvement, and a return of inflation to our 2 percent objective in two to three years. However, global economic and financial developments continue to pose risks. Against this backdrop, the Committee judged it prudent to maintain the current policy stance at todays meeting. I will come back to our policy decision momentarily, but first, let me review recent economic developments and the outlook.The labor market continues to strengthen. Over the most recent three months, job gains averaged nearly 230,000 per month, similar to the pace experienced over the past year. The unemployment rate was 4.9 percent in the first two months of the year, about in line with the median of FOMC participants estimates of its longer-run normal level. A broader measure of unemployment that includes individuals who want and are available to work but have not actively searched recently and people who are working part time but would rather work full-time has continued to improve. Of note, the labor force participation rate has turned up noticeably since the fall, with more people working or actively looking for work as the prospects for finding jobs have improved. But there is still room for improvement: Involuntary part-time employment remains somewhat elevated, and wage growth has yet to show a sustained pickup.The improvement in employment conditions so far this year has occurred as economic growth appears to have picked up from the modest pace seen in the fourth quarter of last year. Household spending is expanding at a moderate rate, supported by continued job gains and increases in inflation-adjusted incomes. In contrast, business investment has been weak, in part reflecting further reductions in oil drilling as a result of low oil prices. Net exports also remain soft as a consequence of subdued foreign growth and the earlier appreciation of the dollar. Looking ahead, the Committee expects that, with gradual adjustments in the stance of monetary policy, economic activity will continue to expand at a moderate pace and labor market indicators will continue to strengthen.Ongoing economic growth and additional strengthening in labor market conditions are important factors underpinning the inflation outlook. Overall consumer price inflation – as measured by the price index for personal consumption expenditures – stepped up to 1#188; percent over the 12 months ending in January, as the sharp decline in energy prices around the end of 2014 dropped out of the year-over-year figures. Core inflation, which excludes energy and food prices, has also picked up, although it remains to be seen if this firming will be sustained. In particular, the earlier declines in energy prices and appreciation of the dollar could well continue to weigh on overall consumer prices. But once these transitory influences fade and as the labor market strengthens further, the Committee expects inflation to rise to 2 percent over the next two to three years.The Committees inflation outlook rests importantly on its judgment that longer-run inflation expectations remain reasonably well anchored. However, the stability of longer-run inflation expectations cannot be taken for granted. Survey-based measures of longer-run inflation expectations are little changed, on balance, in recent months, although some remain near historically low levels. Market-based measures of inflation compensation also remain low. Movements in these indicators reflect many factors and therefore may not provide an accurate ing on changes in the inflation expectations that are most relevant for wage and price setting. Nonetheless, our statement continues to emphasize that, in considering future policy decisions, we will carefully monitor actual and expected progress toward our inflation goal.This general assessment of the outlook is reflected in the individual economic projections submitted for this meeting by FOMC participants. As always, each participants projections are conditioned on his or own – his or her own view of appropriate monetary policy, which, in turn, depends on each persons assessment of the multitude of factors that shape the outlook. Participants projections for growth of inflation-adjusted gross domestic product or GDP are just a touch lower than the projections made in conjunction with the December FOMC meeting. The median growth projection edges down from 2.2 percent this year to 2 percent in 2018, in line with its estimated longer-run rate. The median projection for the unemployment rate falls from 4.7 at the end of this year to 4.5 percent at the end of 2018, somewhat below the median assessment of the longer-run normal unemployment rate. The median path of the unemployment rate is a little lower than in December, in part reflecting a slightly lower median estimate of the longer-run normal unemployment rate. Finally, with the transitory factors holding down inflation expected to abate and labor market conditions anticipated to strengthen further, the median inflation projection rises from 1.2 percent this year to 1.9 percent next year and 2 percent in 2018. The median inflation projection for this year is a little lower than in December, but thereafter the median projections are unchanged.Since the turn of the year, concerns about global economic prospects have led to increased financial market volatility and somewhat tighter financial conditions in the ed States, although financial conditions have improved notably more recently. In addition, economic growth abroad appears to be running at a somewhat softer pace than previously expected. These unanticipated developments, however, have not resulted in material changes to the Committees baseline outlook. One reason for this is that market expectations for the path of policy interest rates have moved down, and the accompanying decline in longer-term interest rates should help cushion any possible adverse effects on domestic economic activity. Indeed, while stock prices have fallen slightly since the December meeting and sps of investment-grade corporate bond yields over those on comparable-maturity Treasury securities have risen, mortgage rates and corporate borrowing costs have moved lower. Of course, the Committee will continue to monitor these developments closely and will adjust the stance of monetary policy as needed to foster our goals of maximum employment and 2 percent inflation.Returning to monetary policy, as I noted earlier, the Committee decided to maintain its target range for the federal funds rate. This decision partly reflects the implications for the U.S. economy of the global economic and financial developments I just mentioned. In addition, proceeding cautiously in removing policy accommodation at this time will allow us to verify that the labor market is continuing to strengthen despite the risks from abroad. Such caution is appropriate given that short-term interest rates are still near zero, which means that monetary policy has greater scope to respond to upside than to downside changes in the outlook.As we indicated in our statement, ;the Committee expects that economic conditions will evolve in a manner that will warrant only gradual increases in the federal funds rate; the federal funds rate is likely to remain, for some time, below levels that are expected to prevail in the longer run.; This expectation is consistent with the view that the neutral nominal federal funds rate – defined as the value of the federal funds rate that would be neither expansionary nor contractionary if the economy was operating near potential – is currently low by historical standards and is likely to rise only gradually over time. The low level of the neutral federal funds rate may be partially attributable to a range of persistent economic headwinds that weigh on aggregate demand, including developments abroad, a subdued pace of household formation, and meager productivity growth. There is considerable uncertainty regarding the evolution of the neutral funds rate over time. However, if these headwinds abate, as we expect, the neutral federal funds rate should gradually move higher as well.This view is implicitly reflected in participants projections of appropriate monetary policy. The median projection for the federal funds rate rises only gradually to 0.9 percent late this year and 1.9 percent next year. As the factors restraining economic growth are projected to fade further over time, the median rate rises to 3 percent by the end of 2018, close to its longer-run normal level. Compared with the projections made in December, the median path is about #189; percentage point lower this year and next; the median longer-run normal federal funds rate has been revised down as well. In other words, most Committee participants now expect that achieving economic outcomes similar to those anticipated in December will likely require a somewhat lower path for policy interest rates than foreseen at that time.I would like to underscore, however, that the participants projections for the federal funds rate, including the median path, are not a ;plan; for future policy. Policy is not on a preset course. These forecasts represent participants individual assessments of what appropriate policy would be given each persons own current projections of the most likely outcomes for economic growth, employment, inflation, and other factors. However, considerable uncertainty attaches to each participants forecasts of economic outcomes. Hence, their assessments of appropriate policy are also uncertain and will change in response to adjustments to the economic outlook and associated risks, as was the case between December and now.Also, it is important to note that the Committee makes its decisions on a meeting-by-meeting basis and does not and need not decide on a likely future path for the federal funds rate. Indeed, the future path of policy is necessarily uncertain because the economy will surely evolve in unexpected ways. As we note in our statement, ;the actual path of the federal funds rate will depend on the economic outlook as informed by incoming data.;Finally, the Committee will continue its policy of reinvesting proceeds from maturing Treasury securities and principal payments from agency debt and mortgage-backed securities. As highlighted in our policy statement, we anticipate continuing this policy ;until normalization of the level of the federal funds rate is well under way.; Maintaining our sizable holdings of longer-term securities should help maintain accommodative financial conditions and should reduce the risk that we might have to lower the federal funds rate to zero in the event of a future large adverse shock.Thank you.201604/435863School President (Stuart Little) 【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. Are you quite certain you’re prepared to handle his uniqueness?2. Mr. And Mrs. Little, we try to discourage couples from adopting children outside their own species.3. It rarely works out. /200605/7317

  Were revitalizing a grove of giant Sequoias in Yosemite; repairing the Lincoln Memorial;我们将重新开放优诗美地的巨杉树林;修缮林肯纪念堂;and enhancing the iconic entrance to our first national park at Yellowstone.加固通往黄石的第一个国家公园的标志性入口。As President, Im proud to have built upon Americas tradition of conservation.作为总统,我对能尽力保护美国的传统而感到自豪。Weve protected more than 265 million acres of public lands and waters – more than any administration in history.我们已经保护了超过2.65 亿英亩的公共土地和水域,多于历史上任何一届政府。Weve recovered endangered wildlife species and restored vulnerable ecosystems.我们挽救了濒危野生物种并恢复了脆弱的生态系统。Weve designated new monuments to Cesar Chavez in California, the Pullman porters in Chicago,我们将加利福尼亚州的凯撒查韦斯、芝加哥的普尔曼搬运工纪念馆and the folks who stood up for equality at Stonewall in New York – to better reflect the full history of our nation.和纽约为平等出头的石墙酒吧列入国家纪念馆,以更好地反映我们国家的历史。And weve got more work to do to preserve our lands, culture, and history. So were not done yet.我们还要做更多的工作来保护我们的土地、文化和历史。我们做得还很不够。As we look ahead, the threat of climate change means that protecting our public lands and waters is more important than ever.展望未来,气候变化的威胁意味着保护公共土地和水资源比以往任何时候都更重要。Rising temperatures could mean no more glaciers in Glacier National Park.气温升高可能意味着冰川国家公园不再有冰川了。No more Joshua Trees in Joshua Tree National Park.约书亚树国家公园不再有约书亚树了。Rising seas could destroy vital ecosystems in the Everglades, even threaten Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.海平面上升可能破坏大沼泽国家公园的重要生态系统,甚至威胁到埃利斯岛和自由女神像。So in the coming years and decades, we have to have the foresight, and the faith in our future,因此,在未来的几年和几十年里,我们必须具有对未来的远见和信念,to do what it takes to protect our parks and protect our planet for generations to come.为子孙后代保护我们的公园和我们的星球。Because these parks belong to all of us. And theyre worth celebrating – not just this year, but every year.因为这些公园属于我们全体人民。他们是值得庆祝的,不仅是今年,而是每一年。Thanks everybody. Have a great weekend. And see you in the parks!谢谢大家。周末愉快。我们公园里再见!201609/463151

  Thank you so much Thank you so much, President Christ, the Board of Trustees 非常感谢非常感谢 克里斯特校长 董事会Members of the faculty, devoted parents and friends and especially the fabulous Smith College class of 2013 教职工成员们 勇于奉献的家长们和朋友们还有成就卓越的史密斯学院2013届毕业生们Congratulations. You have reached the light at the end of the tunnel And when you first arrived at Smith four years ago 祝贺你们 你们在漫长黑夜之后迎来了黎明你们四年前第一次来到史密斯学院时Im sure you never imagined that at the other end of that tunnel 我敢肯定你们没有想到在这黑夜即将结束之日There would be a lady behind a podium talking to you in a funny accent This accent has been the bane of my existence 会有一位抄着滑稽口音的女士 站在台前为你们致辞这个口音曾是我生活的烦恼之源Until in 1980 I moved to New York from England and I met Henry Kissinger 直到1980年我从英格兰移居纽约并碰到亨利.基辛格And he said to me, dont ever worry about your accent In American public life, you can never underestimate 他跟我说 不要担心你的口音在美国公共生活中 永远不要低估The advantages of complete and total incomprehensibility Im so grateful to be with you at this very special moment 说话含糊不清甚至完全不可理解的优势我很庆幸 能在这个特殊的日子里 和你们待在一起You dont know me but I have spent the last few weeks stalking you on your Smith websites, on your Twitter feeds 你们不认识我 但我最近几周都在跟踪你们在你们的史密斯网站上 在你们的推特交流版上On Facebook, on Instagram, on Tumblr so I could get to know you better 在Facebook上 在Instagram上 在Tumblr上我都尽力了解你们的信息So heres what ive found: youre fascinating and curious and quirky 以下就是我的发现你们很迷人 好奇心强 而且很古怪And asking the big questions and worrying about the little things and solving the cosmic riddles 问着大问题 却担心一些小事情一边解决着宇宙的谜题And agonizing about what shoes to wear at Commencement and what happens if you trip and become a youtube sensation 一边却在着急毕业典礼穿什么鞋子如果不小心摔倒成为YouTube热点该怎么办201606/448593。

  And so some time around 200,000 years ago, our species confronted this crisis.大约二十万年前,人类遇到了这一困境And we really had only two options for dealing with the conflicts that visual theft would bring.我们只有两种选择来解决观察性窃取导致的冲突One of those options was that we could have retreated into small family groups.一个选择是我们可以退回到小的家庭单位Because then the benefits of our ideas and knowledge would flow just to our relatives.如此一来我们的想法和知识仅仅在亲属间交流Had we chosen this option, sometime around 200,000 years ago,假如我们在大约二十万年前的时候选择了这个方法we would probably still be living like the Neanderthals were那也许4万年前我们进入欧洲的时候when we first entered Europe 40,000 years ago.还过着尼安德特人一样的生活And this is because in small groups there are fewer ideas, there are fewer innovations.这是因为小团体只能产生很少的想法和发明And small groups are more prone to accidents and bad luck.却更有发生事故和厄运的倾向So if wed chosen that path, our evolutionary path would have led into the forest -- and been a short one indeed.所以如果我们选择了那条路,我们的进化之路就会通向森林,并且是短命之路The other option we could choose was to develop the systems of communication另一个选择就是发展交流的系统that would allow us to share ideas and to cooperate amongst others.从而分享想法和相互合作Choosing this option would mean that a vastly greater fund of accumulated knowledge and wisdom选择这条路意味着积累起来的海量知识和智慧would become available to any one individual向每一个个体开放than would ever arise from within an individual family or an individual person on their own.而不仅仅是单个家庭的或者个人的积累。201701/489443

  Today, I have set out a clear vision for the future of this country as we leave the European Union. Its a plan for a stronger, fairer, Global Britain and a brighter future for generations to come. A stronger Britain means taking back control of our laws – so that we are governed by rules made in this country, and ending the jurisdiction of the European Court. It means working closely with the Scottish, Welsh, and Northern Ireland administrations to deliver a Brexit that works for every part of the UK and thereby strengthens the precious ties between us; and maintaining the important common travel area with the Republic of Ireland. A fairer Britain means getting control of the number of people coming to Britain from the EU. It means guaranteeing the rights of EU citizens living here, as our European partners guarantee the rights of British nationals living there. And – crucially – it means protecting and strengthening the rights people have at work so that workers continue to enjoy the rights and protections that they deserve. A Global Britain means building a new trading relationship with our partners in Europe. But also, being free to do new trade deals with countries from outside the European Union too. And it means continuing to cooperate with our friends and allies in Europe in critical areas such as science and technology, and in the fight against crime and terrorism. We will do all of this while providing as much certainty as we can at every stage of the negotiation, and working towards a smooth, orderly Brexit that allows businesses and others to face the future with confidence. We are leaving the European Union, but we are not leaving Europe, and our plan for Brexit will herald a new partnership between the UK and the EU. Our eyes are fixed firmly on the future, and on the kind of country we will build for generations to come. A stronger, fairer, outward-looking country that is respected around the world and strong, confident and united at home. Thats the Britain we will shape together. Thats my Plan for Britain.201702/490390

  第2课Don''t hog my girlfriend.别缠着我的女朋友! 厕所外的呐喊 (use the bathroom 上厕所) 5、Don''t hog the bathroom! 别占着卫生间了!( hog音/h∧g/,你对你的室友气愤地说) 6、Don''t hog the shower.  别占着浴室了! (hog占着 → hug拥抱) 7、Don''t hog my girlfriend. 别缠着我的女朋友了! (真叫你妒嫉啊) 8、Get outta there!  快出来! (outtaout to)Ggt outta here!走开!一边凉快去! 相关专题:洋话连篇视频教学 /200601/2909

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