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And you dress me up in army fatigues or throw me on top of a moving train. 你们可以让我穿上陆军迷或是让我跳上飞奔的火车Someone said unstoppable or.. Ask me to play Malcolm X, Rubin Hurricane Carter. 有人刚才说过这个让我扮演马尔科姆.艾克斯 或是鲁宾.卡特Or Alonzo from Training Day. I can do that But a commencement speech? Its a very serious affair. 或是《训练日》里面的阿伦佐 这都没问题但是毕业典礼呢?这是非常郑重的活动And a very different ballgame Theres literally thousands and thousands of people here. 和以往参加的活动大有不同台下坐着成千上万的听众And for those who say Well, youre a movie star, millions of people watch you. 有人会说你可是电影明星哦 无数的人都看着你And watch you speak all the time Oh, thats true. Thats technically true. 无数人看着你讲话没错 严格意义上讲 这话不假But Im not actually there in the theater watching them watching me. I think that make sense. 但我从没坐在电影院里看着台下的观众在看我 我觉得是这个道理I mean Im not there when they cough, or fidget around or pull out their iphone and text their boyfriend. 我是说 当他们咳嗽或烦躁的时候或是掏出iPhone给男友发短信的时候Or scratch their behinds, or whatever is it known when in the movie theater. 或是在找挠后背之类的就是在电影院里常坐的事情But from up here, I can see every single one of you And that makes me uncomfortable. 但在这里 我可以看到你们每一个人这让我感觉怪怪的So please, dont pull out your iphones and texts no texts to your boyfriend until after Im done, please. 所以拜托大家 不要掏出手机发短信不要给男友发短信 直到我讲话结束 拜托了But if you have to scratch your behinds, I mean I understand, go ahead. 但如果你要挠挠后背的话我能理解 请便吧I was thinking about the speech, what I should say I figured the best way to keep your attention. 我曾思考着 要来这里讲些什么我觉得 如果要让你们专心听我说话201610/473705乐宁外教口语天天练No.41Let's show some team spirit.team spirit意指 support for each otherLet's show some team spirit.译文:让我们展现我们的团队精神 /200610/9491

Ladies and gentlemen, Im honored to introduce Michelle Obama 女士们 先生们 我很荣幸地介绍米歇尔·奥巴马a first lady whose life in service as attorney, public service, educator 这位第一夫人是优秀的律师 公益务者 教育者wife and mother 妻子和母亲have earned her the admiration and appreciation of a nation 在全国赢得了钦佩和感谢a builder of community with a passion for military families and veterans 她为军人家庭和退伍军人的事业奉献着热情and a role model whom Eastern Kentucky University is honored to recognize today 她是今天东肯塔基大学引以为傲的楷模Thank you谢谢你们Thank you so much非常感谢你们Oh my goodness 我的天Good evening. Thank you. I am just overwhelmed 晚上好 谢谢你们 我有些受宠若惊了And as an honorary degree holder, it is now my pleasure to say 作为荣誉学位获得者 我要很荣幸地说go colonels 加油吧 上校们I want to start by thanking President Whitlock 我想首先感谢惠特洛克校长for that very kind introduction 感谢他的友善介绍but more importantly for his decades 更感谢他这数十年of service to this university and to this country 对这所学校以及这个国家的贡献And, it is my honor to be here on your last commitment 我非常荣幸能够参加你的最后一届毕业典礼And I also want to thank your wife and your family, because 我还想感谢你的夫人和你的家庭I know that they have served right along with you 他们和你一起做出过奉献So, congratulations. Im so glad to be here today 祝贺大家 我很高兴能来到这里I also want to recognize Governor Beshear and his wife 我还想感谢贝希尔州长及夫人and dear friend ours, Jane 我们的好朋友 简as well is Richmond mayor, Jim Barnes, whos here 还有到场的里士满市长吉姆·巴恩斯all of the elected officials we have with us tonight 以及所有今晚到场的所有当选政府官员Also the university singers for those beautiful selections 还要感谢学校歌手们演唱的美妙旋律Just gifted individuals 你们很有天赋And I dont want to leave out Candace for her very inspiring remarks 当然 我还要感谢坎迪斯和她鼓舞人心的发言And to the 14 men and women 还有那14位who just became the newest officers in the ed States Army 即将成为美军新军官的男生和女生Yes很好201603/432178

即学即用英语会话词典B部分:自我评价 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 /200706/14991

  3 FamilyOne Modern dating现代约会 1 IntroductionA For millions of singles, e-mail has become an essential tool in the dating game. It's a good tool for casually getting to know people. It expedites the whole dating routine.对于成百万的单身者来说,电子邮件往来已经变成了谈朋友期的一个必不可缺的工具。是人们无意间彼此认识的一个好方法。它可以加速别人谈朋友进程。B It's easier to have the courage to ask her/him out over e-mail because it saves the embarrassment of rejection. And you're also not putting the other person on the spot. So nowadays many more people prefer this way to ask people.以电子邮件的方式把她/他邀请出来比较容易一些,不需要有那么多勇气,因为拒绝的话,也不会有那么难堪。而且你也没有把别人杵在一边。所以现在很多人都比较喜欢通过这种方式邀请对方。C There are some popular ways for singles to meet in America. Internet personals are very popular these days. Single people – some are divorced – attend special activities held just for the purpose of meeting other single people.在美国,让单身者互相认识有很多很受欢迎的方式。目前,网上刊登个人广告就很流行。单身者——有些是离过婚的——参加一些特殊的活动,目的就在于结识另外一些单身者。 2 Sample Sentences 1. We talked online a couple of times then decided to meet.我们在网上聊过几次,然后决定见面。2. He lived 180 miles away, but I figured we would just be online friends, and distance was irrelevant. 他住在180英里之外,但是我在想我们只会成为网上的朋友,所以距离不是问题。3. From the very first e-mail exchange, we both knew there was something different - we just "clicked", if you'll pardon the pun.从第一次交换电子邮件以来,我们都知道这里面有些不一样——我们只是连接了一下,(上网连接,感情连接),请原谅我的俏皮话。4. What were the odds that Peter, a PhD candidate from Germany, and I, a public health worker from Los Angeles, would have ever met without Yahoo?如果没有雅虎,彼特,德国的一个士攻读者,和我,洛杉矶的一个公共医疗工作者,在一起相遇的机会又有多大了!?5. So I responded, came to find out I had known this girl from high school and she had a crush on me then.所以我回信了,发现我以前在中学认识她,从那后她就爱上了我。6. When Brian responded to my ad on the 28th of September, I had no idea what I was getting myself into by arranging to meet in person.当九月二十八日布赖恩回我的征婚启事时,我根本不知道安排见面会给我带来什么结果。7. It seemed so difficult to find someone suited to me and Internet made it all so much easier. 找到一个适合我的人似乎很难,但是互联网让这一切都变得容易多了。8. So there I was, browsing the personals and there he was.所以就是在我浏览征婚启事时,而他就在那里。9. We began talking and e-mailing each other daily for a while.有段时间,我们开始每天谈话以及互相发电子邮件. 10. We kept e-mailing one another because we could never catch each other online. 我们彼此保持电子邮件往来,因为我们从来在网上都不能碰到一起。 3 Conversations1. Fast love. Judy: So, where are you going to spend your winter vacation?Charles: Oh, I’m going to meet my girlfriend in Thailand1. Judy: You have a girlfriend in Thailand? Interesting. How come I have never heard of that? Charles: Actually it will be my first time to meet her. Judy: You mean you haven’t seen her before? Then, how could she be your girlfriend? Maybe you don’t even know her. Charles: That’s true. But we have known each other over the Internet for a few months now. Actually we are on an intimate2 level. We even plan to be engaged next month. Judy: Congratulations! It’s good to follow your heart. But I just didn’t expect to be so fast. Charles: The Internet is making interaction3 much faster. People are getting to know each other much more quickly this way.Judy: Probably you’re right. Charles: Don’t call me crazy, though. There are 75 million singles in America, so the market for romance-related Web sites is huge. In the last year alone, nearly 6 million people logged on4 to find their soul mates. Judy: Oh, my gosh! You must be kidding! Then those dating agencies5 must have been closed now. ——那么,你准备去哪里度寒假?——噢,我准备去泰国见我的女朋友。——你在泰国有个女朋友?太有意思了。我怎么就没听说过了?——老实说这将会是我第一次见到她。——你是说你以前还没见过她?那么,她又怎么会是你的女朋友呢?也许你根本不了解她。——也许。但是现在我们在网上已经认识几个月了。实际上,我们关系很亲密。我们甚至打算下个月定婚。——恭喜!跟着感觉走是好的。但是我只是没想到会这么快。——互联网使相互交流更快了。通过这种方式,人们可以更快地了解对方。——也许你说得对。——但不要叫我疯狂。美国有七千五百万单身者,所以与谈情说爱相关的网站市场很大。就去年一年,将近六百万的人上网寻找爱情。——哦,天啊!你肯定在说笑!这么说那些婚姻介绍所现在都该关门了。2. Over the Internet. Tina: What are you up to? Allen: I'm busy chatting with someone over the Internet. Tina: Over the Internet? Who? Allen: Some girl I met in a chat room. Tina: Really? I rarely go to those things; there are too many weirdoes6. Allen: Maybe you're just not going to the right ones. I know where to look, and because I've found the perfect girl for me.Tina: Perfect girl? What has she told you about herself?Allen: Well, let's see… she's a twenty year old college student studying literature7 at Harvard, and she's a former model. Tina: Seems good so far. Anything else you know about her?Allen: What else do I need to know? Tina: Well, it sounds a bit sketchy8 to me. I mean, what else do you really know about her? Allen: Listen, why do you need to rain on my parade9? Tina: I'm not saying there's anything wrong, only that you should be careful. There are a lot of pranksters10 on the Internet. Allen: I don't care what you say. I love Jasmine and she loves me!Tina: Loves you? How long have you two been chatting?Allen: About two hours. But I know it is love.Tina: Here, let's learn more about your chat partner… here, see? It says that your ‘perfect’ girl is a twelve-year-old boy. He's been playing with you for over two hours. Allen: Damn!——你最近在忙什么?——我忙于和别人在互联网上聊天。——在互联网上?谁?——我在聊天室遇到的一个女孩。——真的吗?我很少做这些事;怪人很多。——或许你只是没有去对地方。我知道去那儿看,因为我碰到了我理想中的女孩。——理想中的女孩?她告诉过你有关她的什么?——唔,让我想想……她是一名21岁的大学生,在哈佛大学学文学,而且她以前还是个模特。——听起来不错。你知道她其它的事吗?——我还需要知道什么?——唔,在我看来听起来有点不完全。我是说,你真的知道她其它的事情吗?——听着,你为什么要给我泼冷水?——我没有说有什么问题,只是你应该小心。互联网上有许多恶作剧的人。——我不介意你说什么。我爱茉莉,而且她也爱我!——爱你?你们俩聊天有多久了?——大约两小时。但我知道那是爱。——这儿,让我们对你的聊天朋友多做些了解……这儿,看见了吗?上面说你“理想中的”女孩是一个12岁的男孩。他已经玩弄你两个多小时了。——该死!3. Some good ways to meet people.James: This has got to stop! Another Friday night without a date! What can I do?Joanna: What about looking through the personal ads on the Internet? That’s how I met Steven. James: Actually, I’ve tried that. But the people you meet are always different from what you expect. Mike: Do you often go to a chat room on the Internet?Joanna: No, that’s the last thing I would do. You never know what kind of people you’re talking to. People hide their true status11. It’s just a waste of time. Mike: I bet many people don’t agree with you. They think it’s very interesting and relaxing. They find an outlet12 to express their inner13 feelings, which they may not want to talk about to anyone in person.Joanna: But a lot of traps14 too. To tell you the truth, I was trapped one time and it really hurt my feelings. The Internet pal turned out to be homosexual15. Mike: Well, why don’t you join a dating service? A friend of mine met his wife that way. Joanna: That’s not a bad idea.Mike: Also, it might be a good idea to check out single’s night at the bookstore. Joanna: Yeah. If I don’t find a date, at least I might find a good book! ——不能再这样下去了!又一个星期五的晚上没有约会! 我怎么办?——去网上浏览一下征婚启事怎么样?我就是这样认识斯蒂芬的。——其实我也试过。但是你遇见的人总是和你所期待的很不一样。——你经常上网聊天吗?——不,这是我最不愿做的事。你根本想不到你是在和什么样的人谈话。人们隐藏他们的真实身份。这只是浪费时间。——我想很多人不会同意你的意见。他们认为这很有意思,很令人轻松。他们找到一个出口发泄他们内心深处的感情,这些他们可能不想面对面地和任何人讲的感情。——但是也有很多陷阱。说实话,我就被陷进去一次,这真伤了我的感情。网友结果是个同性恋。——那么,你为什么不参加一个婚介机构?我的一个朋友就那样认识了他的妻子。——这个主意不错。——而且,去书店的单身晚会看看,可能也不失为一个好主意。——是啊。如果我没有找到一个伴,至少我可能找到一本好书!4 Words and Expressions1. Thailand 泰国2. intimate 亲密的,熟悉的 3. interaction 互相影响,交互 4. log on ]开机5. dating agency 约会代办处6. weirdo 怪人;怪物7. literature 文学;文学作品8. sketchy 概略的;不完全的9. rain on my parade 破坏气氛,泼冷水10. prankster 爱开玩笑的人;恶作剧的人11. status 地位,身份12. outlet 出口;发泄途径(或方法)13. inner 内部的,里面的14. trap 陷阱,圈套,诡计15. homosexual 同性恋的,同性恋者 /200603/5415

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  During the intervening time, the Japanese government has deliberately sought to deceive the ed States by false statements and expressions of hope for continued peace.在此期间,日本政府有意用虚伪的声明和表示继续保持和平的愿望欺骗美国。The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian islands 日本昨天对夏威夷群岛的袭击,has caused severe damage to American naval and military forces. 给美国海、陆军造成了严重的破坏。Very many American lives have been lost. 我遗憾地告诉你们:许许多多美国人被炸死。In addition, American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu.同时,据报告,若干艘美国船只在旧金山与火奴鲁鲁之间的公海上被水雷击中。Yesterday, the Japanese government also launched an attack against Malaya.昨天,日本政府还发动了对马来亚的袭击。Last night, Japanese forces attacked Hong Kong.昨夜日本部队袭击了香港。Last night, Japanese forces attacked Guam.昨夜日本部队袭击了关岛。Last night, Japanese forces attacked the Philippine Islands.昨夜日本部队袭击了菲律宾群岛。Last night, the Japanese attacked Wake Island.昨夜日本部队袭击了威克岛。This morning, the Japanese attacked Midway Island.今晨日本人袭击了中途岛。Japan has, therefore, undertaken a surprise offensive extending throughout the Pacific area. 这样,日本就在整个太平洋区域发动了全面的突然袭击。201609/463403

  President Trump: Thank you very much, everybody, for being here today. It is with great pride, very great pride, that I say these words to you right now: Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Welcome to the White House. I want to congratulate you, Jeff, your wife Mary, and your entire family. Jeff Sessions has been a federal prosecutor at the highest level and at the most respected level, a state attorney general, and then a U.S. senator for two decades. He has devoted his life to the cause of justice and believes deeply that all people are equals in the eyes of the law – and very importantly for Jeff and for so many of us, also in the eyes of God. Hes a man of integrity, a man of principle, and a man of total, utter resolve. You just got a little witnessing of that. That resolve is what we need right now. America faces many challenges. We face the menace of rising crime and the threat of deadly terror. And its not getting better, but it will get better very soon. Its going to get a lot better. These dangerous times require a determined attorney general, which is what Jeff is. Jeff understands that the job of attorney general is to serve and protect the people of the ed States, and that is exactly what he will do, and do better than anybody else can. Hes trained better for it than anybody else. The level of respect that he has throughout this country as a former prosecutor, not even to mention being a long-time U.S. senator, is absolutely incredible. He will be a great protector of the people. Im signing three executive actions today designed to restore safety in America. These executive actions continue to deliver on my campaign promises. First, Im directing Department of Justice and Homeland Security to undertake all necessary and lawful action to break the back of the criminal cartels that have sp across our nation and are destroying the blood of our youth and other people, many other people. Secondly, Im directing Department of Justice to form a task force on reducing violent crime in America. And thirdly, Im directing the Department of Justice to implement a plan to stop crime and crimes of violence against law enforcement officers. Its a shame whats been happening to our great, truly great law enforcement officers. Thats going to stop as of today. Todays ceremony should be seen as a clear message to the gang members and drug dealers terrorizing innocent people. Your day is over. A new era of justice begins, and it begins right now. I want to again thank and congratulate Mary and our new Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. I wish you Gods wisdom and blessings in your journey. Mr. Vice President, would you please conduct the swearing-in? Thank you. Thank you very much for being here, everybody. Attorney General Sessions: Mr. President, thank you for this great honor. Its something I never expected would happen in my life, but I do love the Department of Justice. I care about its traditions and its heritage. I had 15 years in that great department, and the honor to lead it now is something that I do not have words to express effectively. There are a lot of things we need to do. First, we need to value and support and encourage the fabulous people who work there. Ive worked with them over the years. I know how good they are, and their talents need to be directed at this nations benefit in a lot of different ways. We have a crime problem. I wish the blip – I wish the rise that we are seeing in crime in America today were some sort of aberration or a blip. My best judgement, having been involved in criminal law enforcement for many years is that this is a dangerous, permanent trend that places the health and safety of the American people at risk. We will deploy the talents and abilities of the Department of Justice in the most effective way possible to confront this rise in crime and to protect the people of our country. We have an increased threat, since I was a ed States attorney, from terrorism. Mr. President, youve spoken firmly on that. Youve led this nation to say were going to respond effectively to the threat of terrorism, and you can count on your Department of Justice to do so in an effective way. And youve said something that I believe and I think the American people believe – that we need a lawful system of immigration; one that serves the interests of the people of the ed States. Thats not wrong, thats not immoral, thats not indecent. We admit a million people a year plus, who lawfully, and we need to end this lawlessness that threatens the public safety, pulls down wages of working Americans. It is an honor beyond words to serve under you and your leadership. Youre putting together a great Cabinet, which is just a thrill for me to have the opportunity to join. And I look forward to making sure that every ounce of strength I have and that the people of the Department of Justice have is going to be focused on preserving and protecting the Constitution and the safety of this country. We will defend the laws of this country as passed by Congress. We will defend the lawful orders of the President of the ed States with vigor and determination. Thank you all for being here, I see a lot of good friends, and may God bless all our efforts. Thank you.201703/496051

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  点击此处下载音频广播学口语又和大家见面了.Andy向你问好!今天Andy要给大家讲讲灌篮高手的故事:itrsquo;s a slam dunk,再说说碾子的痛苦:Itrsquo;s a daily grind。(音乐)先来说说灌篮高手吧!Itrsquo;s a slam dunk。slam指猛然关闭东西的声音.dunk原意为浸入, 在体育中,a slam dunk就是指灌篮.《灌篮高手》这个动画片大家都爱看吧!如果让麦克尔.乔丹来个大灌篮, 恐怕是再容易不过了吧!所以a slam dunk就是轻而易举的事.这句话大家都爱说吧!记得以前每有朋友有求于我,Andy都会高兴的点点头;Ok,ok。Itrsquo;s a slam dunk。I can do it for you。;(好好,没问题!我替你搞定!)不过劝你,你可不要轻易说这句话啊!还记得以前《有事您说话》的郭子吗?不管谁有求于 他,他都坚强的说;Itrsquo;s a slam dunk。Out of question!;(小事,没问题!)结果自己吃苦!(音乐)下面来说说碾子的痛苦:Itlsquo;s a daily grind. daily每天的,grind本意指磨碾子.在口语中指苦差事.就是每天的苦差事,例行公事。刚刚参加了工作,生活突然就变得异常紧张,终于结束了一周的辛苦工作,和朋友小聚.;It lsquo;s really a daily grind!Irsquo;m busy everyday from day to night,but little has I got。So unfair!;(简直是累死人, 一天忙到晚, 却什么也得不到! 太不公平了!)可是,可怜的的苦事还不止这一件.Every day after work I have to go home punctually to have supper with my parents。Itrsquo;s a daily grind。Irsquo;ve grown up 。Why canlsquo;t I have my own time?;(每天工作后都要准时回家与父母共进晚餐.简直 是例行公事!我都长大了!怎么不能有自己的时间呢?) 唉;;(音乐)好了,今天的故事就先听到这里吧!再见吧! /200605/7231

  When she lost a hard-fought contest to President Obama in 2008, she worked for his election hard.在2008年艰难输给奥巴马总统后,她仍为奥巴马的竞选出力。But she hesitated to say yes when he asked her to join his Cabinet because she so loved being a senator from New York.但当她被问到是否愿意加入他的内阁时,希拉里犹豫了,因为她非常热爱纽约参议员这份工作。So like me, in a different context, he had to keep asking.所以像我一样,在不同的语境下,奥巴马只好不断的问她。But as we all saw and heard from Madeleine Albright, it was worth the effort and worth the wait.但正如我们从玛德莱娜·奥尔布莱特那里看到和听到的,这种努力和等待非常值得。As secretary of state, she worked hard to get strong sanctions against Irans nuclear program.在任国务卿期间,她努力通过对伊朗核试验的制裁措施。And in what The Wall Street Journal no less called a half-court shot at the buzzer, she got Russia and China to support them.《华尔街日报》曾比喻这就像哨声响起后投出的半场球,她还获得了俄罗斯和中国的持。Her team negotiated the New START Treaty with Russia to reduce nuclear weapons and reestablish inspections.她的团队与俄罗斯就新削减战略武器条约谈判,减少核武器并重新建立监察。She got enough Republican support to get two-thirds of the Senate, the vote necessary to ratify the treaty.她获得共和党足够的持,获得参议院三分之二的投票通过这项条约。She flew all night long from Cambodia to the Middle East to get a cease-fire that would avoid a full-out shooting war between Hamas and Israel in Gaza to protect the peace of the region.她还曾连夜从柬埔寨飞到中东商讨停火协议,避免了哈马斯和以色列在加沙地带冲突进一步升级,维护了地区和平。She backed President Obamas decision to go after Osama bin Laden.她还持奥巴马总统追杀本·拉登的决定。She launched a team, this is really important today, she launched a team to fight back against terrorists online and built a new global counterterrorism effort.她还建立了在今天看来尤为重要的一个团队,她建立起一队伍来阻止恐怖分子的网络活动并建立起了一个新的全球反恐协作。Weve got to win this battle in the mind field.我们必须在心理上,赢得这场战斗。She put climate change at the center of our foreign policy.她将气候变化问题放到了美国外交政策讨论的中心。She negotiated the first agreement ever -- ever -- where China and India officially committed to reduce their emissions.她通过协商取得了史上首份协定——中国和印度官方承诺将减少排放。And as she had been doing since she went to Beijing in 1995 and said womens rights are human rights and human rights are womens rights.1995年她去了北京,告诉世人:女权就是人权,人权与女权密不可分。She worked to empower women and girls around the world and to make the same exact declaration on behalf of the LGBT community in America and around the world.她努力鼓舞了世界各地的女性,并代表美国乃至世界的LGBT群体发出了同样掷地有声的宣言。201612/480396

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