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Now, meanwhile, lets get back to business. I was trying to convince her to marry me.现在让我们回到正题。我想说她嫁给我。I first proposed to her on a trip to Great Britain, the first time she had been overseas.我第一次向她求婚,是在去英国的旅途中,那也是她第一次出国。And we were on the shoreline of this wonderful little lake, Lake Ennerdale.我们漫步于美丽的恩纳湖畔。I asked her to marry me and she said I cant do it.我向她求婚,但她拒绝了。So in 1974 I went home to teach in the law school and Hillary moved to Massachusetts to keep working on childrens issues.1974年,我回到家乡,在法学院教书。希拉里搬到了马萨诸塞州,继续做儿童问题方面工作。This time trying to figure out why so many kids counted in the Census werent enrolled in school.这一次她希望搞明白:为什么人口普查显示的那么多孩子未能上学。She found one of them sitting alone on her porch in a wheelchair.她发现其中一个没上学的孩子——一个坐轮椅的孩子,独自待在自家门廊上。Once more, she filed a report about these kids, and that helped influence ultimately the Congress to adopt the proposition that children with disabilities, physical or otherwise, should have equal access to public education.于是,她又一次提交了关于这些孩童求学问题的报告,最终推动国会通过了相关议案,使得残障、生理缺陷或其它障碍的儿童获得了平等接受公共教育的权利。You saw the results of that last night when Anastasia Somoza talked.你们看到了昨晚的结果,阿纳斯塔西亚·索莫扎(美国一名残障人士,她向克林顿提出的问题推动了美国残障人法案出台)说的。She never made fun of people with disabilities; she tried to empower them based on their abilities.她从不取笑有生理缺陷的人。她竭尽所能,以残障人士的能力为根基,授予他们权利。Meanwhile...Meanwhile, I was still trying to get her to marry me.与此同时,我还在想办法让她嫁给我。So the second time I tried a different tack. I said I really want you to marry me, but you shouldnt do it.第二次求婚的时候,我用了不一样的套路。我说,我真的希望你能嫁给我,但你不必勉强。201612/480382。

And most of all, congratulations to this distinguished group of morehouse men 最重要地 祝贺莫尔豪斯的这个优秀群体The class of 20132013届毕业生I have to say that我不得不承认Its a little hard to follow 这有点难读Not dr. Wilson, but倒不是威尔逊士A skinny guy with a funny name而是一个名字古怪的瘦削家伙Betsegaw tadele 贝茨嘎·塔德勒Hes going to be doing something他肯定会有所作为I also have to say that you all are going to get wet还有 我不得不说 你们都会淋湿And id be out there with you if i could允许的话 我也想和你们一样But secret service gets nervous但特勤局会很紧张So im going to have to stay here dry所以我只能留在台上躲开雨了But know that im there with you in spirit但我会在精神上同你们一起Some of you are graduating summa cum laude你们有些人以最优等成绩毕业Some of you are graduating magna cum laude有些人以极优等成绩毕业I know some of you are just graduating, ;thank you, lordy.;而有些人只要能毕业就感谢上帝了201604/435618。

There is no greater honour for me, as Prime Minister, than to work with so many of you: the extraordinary men and women who make up the armed forces of our ed Kingdom. So, as our thoughts turn to Christmas, I want to send you this personal message, to thank you on behalf of the whole country for everything you do for us; and to tell you just how much we appreciate the extraordinary sacrifices that you and all your families make, especially at this time of year. Earlier this month, I was on board HMS Ocean in Bahrain, meeting sailors, marines and pilots whose service is helping to bring stability to the Gulf. We talked about the challenges of being away from home – separated and at such a distance from loved ones this Christmas. Over this holiday period, there will be around 5,000 members of our Armed Forces deployed on operations – in the desert, at sea, even under the sea operating our continuous nuclear deterrent. While those who are able to be here in the UK will, in many cases, be on standby to deal with domestic incidents like the flood relief that so many of you helped with during your Christmas breaks last year. Just as your commitment to our country is unfaltering – so in return, we owe you the same deep commitment and unflinching support. So, as I made clear when I met some of your families on Salisbury Plain earlier this year, we will honour the commitments we have made to you, including helping you to buy your own home and providing support for your children in school. And as we go into 2017, I know there is more we can do to help and I am determined that we should do so. Because I want you – and all your families – to know that this government is on your side. Day in and day out, you put yourselves on the line to keep us safe and to protect our interests around the world. You are the finest in the world, and your service is an inspiration to us all. So, on behalf of our whole country, let me say a huge thank you once again – and let me wish you all a peaceful Christmas and a very happy New Year.201701/487002。

053 at the office Words Paperwork cubicle department lunch time computer files stationary telephone photocopier filing cabinet calendar meeting swivel chair email colleague Phrases Make a photocopy Attend a meeting Write a report Make a telephone call Be tied up(with) Deal with (a client) Beginner A: we’re having a department meeting at 10 o’clock, ok? B: that’s fine… I need to pick up some stationary-you know, a stapler, scissors, files, who should I see about that? A: see Julie, the receptionist. She knows where all that stuff is kept. You might like a calendar for you desk. She can give you one of those too. B: thanks. I need to make a few photocopies. A: the photocopier is near my office. Come on, I’ll show you where it is. B; do you enjoy working in this office? A; yes, I do. Everyone’s really friendly. Sometimes, I wish I worked outdoors more, especially during the summer. B: what’s usually discussed at the department meetings? A: we usually tell each other where we are with various clients and potential clients. The boss assigns extra duties to people who she thinks can best deal with them. It’s also a chance to put forward suggestions and ideas. Be sure to speak up if you have any. Intermediate A: what did you do at the office today? B: I had a really busy day. I had to work a little overtime. In the morning an important client called to place a large order. I had to check some things with my colleagues before confirming the order. A: what kind of things did you need to check? B: the most important thing was to check that we had the goods in stock. If the goods are in stock, we can deliver them immediately. I also had to check the price. This customer is very important, so they get special prices. A: I see. Did anything else happen? B; I received a lot of emails from potential clients that I had to answer. Each time, I had to check files to see what we had agreed at earlier meetings. Each client has different conditions and requirements. A: It must be difficult to remember the details for each individual client. B: yes. That’s why we have everything on computer files. We don’t use much paper at our office. After lunch, I had to deal with a complaint form a client. A: I hate dealing with complaints. Was it a legitimate complaint? B: yes, it was. I managed to sort out the problem, but I was tied up with the matter for over an hour. A; you certainly had a busy day. B; that’s not all! I also had to finish writing a sales report for my boss. In the end, I finished everything. I wonder what will be waiting for me tomorrow morning. /200705/13593。

英语日常口语 67:A call from Poland 波兰打来的电话本单元是关于波兰打来的电话的对话Tim: Hey Helen, guess who just called? Helen: Oh no, was it Michal? Tim: Yes, you just missed him! Helen: Oh, no! Tim: He said to send you his love. Why don't you call him back? Helen: No. He said he needed some space, so I've got to give him some space. But I wish I'd been here when he called. What else did he say?Tim: Oh, he sounded well, he's working hard, his dad's a bit better, nothing much really.Helen: I really miss him. Tim: You need to get out and about you know. Helen: I suppose so. Shall we all go and see a movie tonight? Tim: I'd be up for it, but I think Alice has gone out with Paul, to some sort of art exhibition, I think. Helen: Again? That's interesting. I think those two might be getting serious...Vocabulary: 字汇 those two might be getting serious 他们两人可能是来真的噢when a romantic relationship gets serious, the two people feel committed to each other and begin to think about the possibility of a long-term relationship. I'd be up for that 算我一份I'd like to do that (especially when talking about a group arrangement)本单元语言点是关于 'wish' 的用法,wish + past perfect 对过去的事表达惋惜 - wish 后使用过去完成式,情况请看下面的解释和例句。 Past regrets - 'wish'Past regrets - wish + past perfect 对过去的事表达惋惜 - wish 后使用过去完成式 Helen was out when Michal called. When she says 'I wish I'd been here when he called' she is expressing regret for a past event. She is sad about something that happened, and she is sorry that the past was not different. To express regrets about past events, use: subject + wish(es) + past perfect (had + past participle). For example: last week you forgot to set your alarm. As a result, you slept late, you were late for school, you missed the start of the exam, and you failed the exam. You can express your regret for things that happened (or didn't happen) in the past by saying: I wish I hadn't forgotten to set my alarm.OR I wish I had remembered to set my alarm. I wish I hadn't slept late. I wish I hadn't been late for school. OR I wish I had been on time for school. I wish I hadn't missed the start of the exam. OR I wish I hadn't failed the exam. OR I wish I had passed the exam. Note: Even though the speaker is talking about a past event, the verb 'wish' is used in the present simple form, because s/he regrets it now. I wish I had passed the exam.You wish you had passed the exam. S/he wishes s/he had passed the exam. We wish we had passed the exam. You wish you had passed the exam. They wish they had passed the exam. /200707/16071。

The Senate will soon have the chance to help preserve our democratic institutions for our children参议院将很快有机会为我们的孩子捍卫我们的民主制度by voting to confirm Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.投票确认戈萨奇法官就职最高法院。Judge Gorsuch is going to serve our people by devoting himself to our beloved Constitution.戈萨奇法官将自己献身给我们挚爱的宪法,来务我们的人民。The Senate saw this firsthand in hours of Judge Gorsuchs impressive testimony.参议院的人们曾见到戈萨奇法官数小时让人印象深刻的宣言。In every step of the process, what has been clear to all is that Judge Gorsuch is a man who respects the law.在这一进程的每一步里,对所有人所明确的是,戈萨奇法官是尊重法律的。He defends the Constitution. And in so doing, he will protect our freedoms.他捍卫着宪法。这样做,他将保护我们的自由。With Judge Gorsuch on the Supreme Court, America will be a more free, fair, and just Nation for all of our citizens.最高法院有了戈萨奇法官,美国将是我们所有公民更加自由公平公正的国家。Thank you, and God bless you.谢谢大家,上帝保佑你们。201704/505415。

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If the officer is honest, you get a huge penalty of being arrested for bribery.如果警官是老实人,你因为行贿被逮起来So this is a rather fraught situation.所以情况挺复杂的On the other hand, with indirect language, if you issue a veiled bribe,然而,你要是含沙射影地说,如果你含蓄地提出给钱then the dishonest officer could interpret it as a bribe,那么不老实的警官可以把它理解为你要使银子in which case you get the payoff of going free.你就可以走了The honest officer cant hold you to it as being a bribe,而诚实的警官也不能硬说你贿赂他and therefore, you get the nuisance of the traffic ticket.因此你领一张讨厌的罚单So you get the best of both worlds.不过你两种可能中都受益最大化了And a similar analysis, I think, can apply to the potential awkwardness of a sexual solicitation,我觉得同样的分析方法可以用在可能出现尴尬的提出性的要求的时候and other cases where plausible deniability is an asset.以及其他的当保留拒绝可的能性对你有利的情况I think this affirms something thats long been known by diplomats这就应了一个外交官们早已深谙的秘密namely, that the vagueness of language, far from being a bug or an imperfection,那就是:语言的模糊根本不是什么故障或缺憾actually might be a feature of language, one that we use to our advantage in social interactions.而很可能是语言的特征,一个我们能在社交中善加利用的特征So to sum up: language is a collective human creation, reflecting human nature,总而言之:语言是人类的集体发明,它折射出人性how we conceptualize reality, how we relate to one another.我们如何用概念理解现实世界,如何互相沟通交流。And then by analyzing the various quirks and complexities of language,通过分析语言的许多微妙、繁复之处I think we can get a window onto what makes us tick. Thank you very much.我认为我们能向着人类的生存之道打开一扇窗户。谢谢大家。201702/493531。