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Im going to speak today about the relationship between science and human values.今日我要讨论科学和人类价值观之间的关系Now, its generally understood that questions of morality -- questions of good and evil and right and wrong --我们一般认为有关道德问题,善恶对错的概念are questions about which science officially has no opinion.是科学所不能解决和参与讨论的Its thought that science can help us get what we value,人们认为科学可以帮助我们得到我们所想要的but it can never tell us what we ought to value.却永远无法告诉我们什么是重要的And, consequently, most people -- I think most people probably here于是大部分的人,甚至今日坐在这里的各位think that science will never answer the most important questions in human life:认为科学永远无法回答人类生命中的重要问题questions like, ;What is worth living for?;像是”我们为了什么活着?“;What is worth dying for?;”我们应该为什么牺牲?“;What constitutes a good life?;”什么样的生活,是一个幸福的生活?“So, Im going to argue that this is an illusion that the separation between science and human values is an illusion我想告诉大家,把科学和人类价值观做分隔是一种人为假象and actually quite a dangerous one at this point in human history.是一个非常危险的假象,尤其是在我们的今日社会Now, its often said that science cannot give us a foundation for morality and human values,人们常说科学不能作为道德和价值观的基础because science deals with facts, and facts and values seem to belong to different spheres.因为科学讲求实,而事实和价值似乎是两种不同层次的事Its often thought that theres no description of the way the world is that can tell us how the world ought to be.人们认为,就算把世界的模样描绘出来,也不能带我们走到乌托邦But I think this is quite clearly untrue.但我认为这很明显是错误的Values are a certain kind of fact.价值自然是一种实They are facts about the well-being of conscious creatures.是人类如何可以获得幸福生活的实Why is it that we dont have ethical obligations toward rocks? Why dont we feel compassion for rocks?为什么我们对石头没有任何道德要求?为什么我们对石头没有仁爱之情?Its because we dont think rocks can suffer. And if were more因为我们不认为石头会受折磨201608/46270918. John McCains Concession Speech18. 麦凯恩败选演讲My friends, we have come to the end of a long journey. The American people have spoken, and they have spoken clearly.我的朋友们,我们已经走完了这次漫长的旅程。美国人民已经说出了他们的决定,说得非常清楚。A little while ago, I had the honor of calling Senator Barack Obama to congratulate him.刚才,我非常荣幸地给奥巴马参议员打电话,向他表示祝贺。To congratulate him on being elected the next president of the country that we both love.祝贺他当选为这个国家的下一任总统,这个我们两个都无比热爱的国家的下一任总统。This is an historic election, and I recognize the special significance it has for African-Americans and for the special pride that must be theirs tonight.这是一次历史性的选举。我明白这次选举对于非洲裔美国人的特殊意义,感受到了此刻他们心中油然而生的自豪感。Ive always believed that America offers opportunities to all who have the industry and will to seize it. Senator Obama believes that, too.我始终深信不疑,对于任何一个勤奋努力、勇于开拓的人,美国都会给予他机会。奥巴马参议员也深信这一点。These are difficult times for our country. And I pledge to him tonight to do all in my power to help him lead us through the many challenges we face.我们的国-家正处在艰难时刻。奥巴马参议员将领导我们迎接挑战。今晚,我向他保,我将尽我所能帮助他。I urge all Americans who supported me to join me in not just congratulating him, but offering our next president our good will and earnest effort to find ways to come together to find the necessary compromises to bridge our differences and help restore our prosperity, defend our security in a dangerous world, and leave our children and grandchildren a stronger, better country than we inherited.我呼吁所有持我的美国人,一起加入我,不仅向我们的下一任总统表示祝贺,而且将我们良好的愿望和不懈的努力都提供给他,一起构筑沟通的桥梁,一起找到恢复繁荣的道路,在这个危险的世界中确保我们的安全,让我们的子孙生活在一个更强大、更美好的国家。201704/503872

40. I'd like you to... 我想请你······ 用法透视 我们都知道"I'd like to..."是"我想......"的意思,那么"I'd like you to..."也就不难理解了,它意为"我想请你......",用于你向别人提出请求。 持范例 1. I'd like you to fetch some boiled water. 我想请你去倒点开水来。 2. I'd like you to send for a doctor. 我想请你叫人找医生来。 3. I'd like you to look after my baby for a while. 我想请你照看一会儿我的孩子。 会话记忆 A: I'd like you to do me a favor. 请帮我个忙。 B: What is it? 什么事? A: Can you mail this at the post office for me? I have to go to the doctor for an appointment and I don't have enough time to go to the post office. 你能帮我去邮局发一下这个吗?我跟医生约好了,没时间去邮局 B: Sure. And I'd like you to get some cold medicine for me when you go to the doctor's. 当然。我也想请你去看医生时给我拿些感冒药 /200705/13297

突破口语之情景对话(7):No need to change不用换车A: How can I get to Lakeside Park? B: Take the No.7 bus. There's a bus stop just over there. A: Will it take me straight there?B: Yes. No need to change.译文:A: 去湖畔公园怎么走?B: 乘7路公交车。那边有个车站。A: 能直达吗?B: 能。不用换车。 注解 :1) straight (adv) : directly 直接地例: Go straight down the road and then turn left. 沿着这条路一直走,然后左转。 /200708/16428

  I should say that he always added that he would do it all over again in a minute So, well done, moms, dads This is indeed an impressive and appropriate setting for a commencement 但他总会补充说 再让他选择 他还是会这样做 所以说 你们很棒 父母们 作为毕业典礼的讲台 这里再合适不过了I am sure that, from this lectern any number of distinguished spiritual leaders have ruminated on the lessons of the Ten Commandments 我敢肯定 站在这个讲台 任何杰出的精神领袖 都反复认真思考过十诫的教诲I dont have that kind of confidence and, anyway, coveting your neighbors ox or donkey is not the problem it used to be so I thought I would use my few minutes today to make Ten Suggestions 我没有这种自信 而且现在 觊觎邻居家的牛或驴也已不再是问题 所以我今天将用这几分钟时间 提出十条建议Or maybe just Ten Observations about the world and your lives after Princeton Please note, these points have nothing to do with interest rates 或者也可以说是十条观察结论 关于这个世界和你们从普林斯顿毕业之后的生活 请注意 这些建议与利率毫无关联My qualification for making such suggestions, or observations besides having kindly been invited to speak today by President Tilghman 今天有幸来此提出这些建议 或观察结论 除了受到蒂尔曼校长的热情邀请之外 还有一个理由Is the same as the reason that your obnoxious brother or sister got to go to bed later-- I am older than you All of what follows has been road-tested in real-life situations 同你们那些讨厌的哥哥可以晚睡一样 我比你们年长 所有这些建议都经受过现实生活的考验201605/445859

  I will do everything I can as Prime Minister to steady the ship over the coming weeks and months but I do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination.我将为尽我所能,在接下来的几个月将任内事务处理妥善,但我认为,我不是带领英国走向下一个目的地的最佳人选。This is not a decision Ive taken lightly but I do believe its in the national interest to have a period of stability and then the new leadership required.这个决定并非出于轻率,但我相信平稳度过这一时期并迎来新的领途者是符合英国的国家利益的。There is no need for a precise timetable today but in my view we should aim to have a new prime minister in place by the start of the Conservative Party conference in October.我们没有必要在今天就设定一个确切的时间,但是,我认为,我们应在保守党十月年会前选出合适的新任首相。Delivering stability will be important and I will continue in post as Prime Minister with my Cabinet for the next three months.平稳的过渡是至关重要的,所以我和我的内阁在接下来三个月仍会继续履行职务。The Cabinet will meet on Monday, the Governor of the Bank of England is making a statement about the steps that the Bank and the Treasury are taking to reassure financial markets.内阁会议将在周一召开,英国央行主席会发表公告,说明英国与财政部将会采取一系列计划去确保经济市场的稳定。We will also continue taking forward the important legislation that we set before Parliament in the Queens Speech.我和我的内阁将会继续执行我们在女王发表演讲的国会上所推行的立法。And I have spoken to Her Majesty the Queen this morning to advise her of the steps that I am taking.今天早上我还在和女王陛下汇报我们将要执行的一系列计划。A negotiation with the European Union will need to begin under a new prime minister and I think its right that this new prime minister takes the decision about when to trigger Article 50 and start the formal and legal process of leaving the EU.至于与欧盟的谈判,则需要由新的首相来主导,我确信新一任首相会决定什么时候启动欧盟条约第50条,开启英国脱欧的正式法律程序。I will attend the European Council next week to explain the decision the British people have taken and my own decision.下周我将参加欧洲理事会,届时我将对英国民众做出的这个选择和我个人的选择做出具体解释。201607/454476。

  12 Diseases amp; Social Problems疾 病 和 社 会 问 题Part One: Expressions1. You really should stop smoking.你真的应该戒烟了。2. I don’t smoke too much, though.我烟瘾不是很重。3.He died of lung cancer.他死于肺癌。4.Did you hear about John?听说汤姆的事情吗?5.Supposedly, it was the first time he did heroin.据称,这是他第一次吸食海洛因。6.I suppose that’s true.我想这是真的。7.We shouldn’t take any more chances.我们不该再冒险了。8.I always want to do it.我老是想这样做。9.Go get some work done.去找点事情做。10.You know how scared we were about getting pregnant last time.你知道上次怀我们是多么害怕。Part Two: Dialogues1.A Heavy Smoker 瘾君子A: You really should stop smoking, you know.B: I know. I know. I don’t smoke too much, though.A: How many cigarettes do you smoke a day?B: About a pack, more if I drink.A: Wow. You’re really a heavy smoker.B: No, I’m not. My father smoked two packs a day for forty years.A: He died of lung cancer, right?B: Yeah…you’re right. I really should stop smoking.A: 你知道,你真的应该戒烟了。B: 我知道,知道。我的烟瘾也不是很重。A: 你每天抽多少根烟?B: 1包左右。如果喝酒的话,抽得多一点。A: 哇,真是个瘾君子。B: 我不是,我的父亲40年来每天抽两包。A: 他死于肺癌,是吗?B: 是…没错。我真的应该戒烟了。2.overdose 吸食过量A: Did you hear about John?B: No. What happened?A: He overdosed on heroin.B: Oh my god. He used drugs?A: I guess so. Supposedly, it was the first time he did heroin.B: His poor family.A: Yeah.A: 听说了汤姆的事情吗?B: 没有,什么事?A: 他用海洛因过量。B: 哦,天。他吸毒?A: 我想是。据称,这是他第一次吸食海洛因。B: 他的家人真可怜。A: 是呀。3.Getting pregnant 怀A: I really think we should make sure we use a condom from now on.B: Why?A: You don’t know how scared we were about getting pregnant last time.B: I suppose that’s true.A: We’re really stupid not to use one. B: I got tested for AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STD) two months before we started dating. You know that.A: I know, but it can take up to six months for some STDs to show up on the test. We shouldn’t take any more chances.B: All right, you’re right. A: O.K.A: 我真的觉得从现在开始我们得用避套了。B: 为什么?A: 你不知道上次怀我们是多么害怕。B: 那倒是。A: 我们真是蠢,竟然没有用到。B: 你知道,在我们开始约会以前两个月,我就做过AIDS和STD的检查。A: 我知道。但是有些STD的病毒要六个月才知道。我们不可以再冒险了。B: 好的,你是对的。A: 那就好。Part Three: Substitution Drills1. A: You really should stop (smoking/ drinking/ doing drugs). B: I know.你真的应该(戒烟/戒酒/戒毒)了。我知道。2. A: I don’t (smoke/ drink/ eat) too much, though. B: Yes, you do.我(吸烟/喝酒/吃东西)也不过量。不,你确实有些过量。3. A: He died of (lung cancer/ an overdose/ AIDS). B: That’s horrible.他死于(肺癌/过量吸食毒品/艾滋病)。真可怕。4. A: Did you hear about (John/ that new movie/ what happened)? B: No, what happened?你听说了(汤姆的事/那部新电影/发生什么事情)吗? 不知道,怎么了?5. A: (Supposedly/ I heard/ they say), it was the first time he did heroin. B: Oh, my god.(据称/我听说/他们说),这是他第一次吸食海洛因。 喔,天哪。6. A: I suppose (that’s true/ you’re right/ we should.) B: We’re really stupid not to.我想(这是真的/你是对的/我们应该)。我们竟然没有做,真蠢。7. A: We shouldn’t take anymore (chances/ risks). B: You’re right.我们不应该再冒险了。是呀。8. A: I always want to (smoke/ drink/ sleep). B: No. You can’t.我老是想(抽烟/喝酒/睡觉)。不行,你不可以这样。9. A: Go (get some work done/ finish you work/ do some work). B: All right.去(找点事情做/完成你的工作/做点什么事情)。 好的。10. A: You know how scared I am about (getting pregnant last time/ getting an heartdiease / going bungee jumping.) B: That’s true.你知道上次(我怀/我得了心脏病/去蹦极跳)我是多么害怕。 是呀。 /200703/11732

  网络社交英语口语 39:他很有诗意SCENE③ C 当天晚上,下课后 柔丝家Rose: His passion for computers is just like my passion for music.柔丝: 他对电脑的热情就跟我对音乐一样。 Sue: Two 1) passionate people... sounds like an interesting piano class...苏: 两个热情的人……这个钢琴课听来真有趣…… Rose: He 2) lights up when he talks about computers. And he's 3) poetic...柔丝: 谈到电脑的时候,他整个人都亮了起来,而且他很有诗意…… Sue: About computers? Is that possible?苏: 对电脑?可能吗? Rose: 4) Amazingly enough... And he sent me music...柔丝: 够惊人吧……他还寄音乐给我…… Sue: Tapes? CDs? What kind of music?苏: 录音带吗?CD吗?哪种音乐? Rose: Music he composed in college. He 5) sent it by e-mail.柔丝: 是他大学时作的曲子,他用电子邮件寄来的。 Sue: Now this is 6) something to write home about!苏: 终于有可以告诉家里的大事发生了!语言详解 A: Sally is always at work. 莎莉总是在工作。 B: That's because she passionately loves what she's doing. 那是因为她对自己做的事充满热爱。 【Amazingly enough. 真是惊人,真了不起(令人不敢相信)】 你可以用这个句子表示惊叹,使用的时机跟It's amazing!一样。 A: Amazingly enough, I passed the test without studying! 有够吓人,我没有念书就通过那个考试了!B: What did you eat for lunch that day? 你那天中午吃了什么这么厉害? A: Is Judd here? 贾德来了吗?B: Yes. Amazingly enough, he got here on time. 来了。真了不起,他准时到了。 1) passionate (a.) 热情的,多情的2) light up 精神百倍3) poetic (a.) 富诗意的4) amazingly (adv.) 惊人地5) send...by... 通过……寄送(某种东西)6) something to write home about 应该写信通知家里的事,比喻重大事件。 /200708/16779The Persuasion of Mother 母亲的劝导What’s Cooking 《感恩节盛宴》 晚宴过程,丈夫的婚外情被不经意地透露,母亲震惊万分。随后,她把儿子叫到后花园中,进行劝导。单词通缉令1. betray vt.出卖;背叛2. fix vt. 修正,改正3. give up on sb. 离开某人Mrs. Williams: Robin Williams, how could you have done this, son?Robin Williams: Momma, God knows how sorry I am for 1)betraying them.Mrs. Williams: Sorry is one thing. How you planning on 2)fixing it?Robin Williams: I don’t know. I’ve been trying. I know I hurt them very badly. I mean Michael’s aly 3)given up on me and I’m scared Audrey’s going to go next.Mrs. Williams: Think about while she’s still here. Give her that much respect.威廉夫人:罗宾#8226;威廉姆斯,孩子,你怎么可以这样做?罗宾#8226;威廉姆斯:妈妈,上帝知道我有多后悔,背叛了他们。威廉夫人:后悔是一件事。你准备怎么补救?罗宾#8226;威廉姆斯:我不知道。我一直在尝试,我知道深深地伤害了他们。我是说麦克已经离开了我,我怕接下来奥德丽也会走。威廉姆斯夫人:趁她还在,好好想想。好好尊重她。 /200603/5378She is Americas Secretary of Labor So think about what that means to a young Latina girl when she sees a Cabinet secretary that looks like her. 她成为美国劳工部的秘书所以想想看 当一名拉丁裔的小女孩看到一名长得像她的内阁部长 会作何感想Think about what it means to a young girl in Iowa when she sees a presidential candidate who looks like her Think about what it means to a young girl. 当一名艾奥瓦州的小女孩看到一名长得像她的总统候选人 会作何感想当一名小女孩Walking in Harlem right down the street when she sees a U.N. ambassador who looks like her Do not underestimate the power of your example. 走在哈莱姆区的街上 看到一名长得像她的驻联合国大使 她会作何感想不要低估了你们以身作则的力量This diploma opens up new possibilities so reach back convince a young girl to earn one, too. 这张文凭将会开辟新的可能性因此 回过头去说另一个小女孩也去追求文凭If you earned your degree in areas where we need more women like computer science or engineering. 如果你们学习的专业是需要更多女性投入的领域比如计算机科学或者工程学Reach back and persuade another student to study it, too If youre going into fields where we need more women like construction or computer engineering. 也要说另一名学生加入你们的学习行列如果你们进入的是需要更多女性加入的领域如建筑施工或者计算机工程Reach back, hire someone new Be a mentor. Be a role model Until a girl can imagine herself. 那就回头聘一位新人做一个指导者 做一个好榜样一名女孩要成为计算机程序员Can picture herself as a computer programmer or a combatant commander she wont become one. 或者军事指挥官她必须首先具备这样的思想她不可能实现这些理想Until there are women who tell her ignore our pop culture obsession over beauty and fashion. 如果没有别的女性告诉她不要在意我们的流行文化对于美丽和时尚的迷恋201610/467399

  【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. Mom, are you sure this water’s sanitary?2. It looks questionable to me.3. Yech, But what about bacteria? /200605/732114.Brooke Shields: Speech at Michael Jacksons Memorial Service14.波姬·小丝在MJ追悼会上发言MJs laugh was the sweetest and purest laugh of anyones that I had ever known.迈克尔的笑声是我听过的最甜美,最纯净的笑声。His sense of humor was delightful, and he was very mischievous.他的幽默感让人快乐,而且他也很淘气。And I remember the night before Taylors weeding and he had called me prior and asked if I would join him.我记得在伊丽莎白·泰勒婚礼的前一晚,他打电话邀请我和他一起参加。He didnt want to be alone for all the festivities. And it was the night before the big day.因为他不想在欢乐中独自一人,而那天是婚礼前夜。Michael and I tried to sneak in to get the first peek of the dress.就在那个晚上,迈克尔和我偷偷溜进去想偷看伊丽莎白的婚纱。We were giggling like crazy, and we almost passed out in his hysterics when we realized that Elizabeth was actually asleep in the bed.我们咯咯傻笑,当发现伊丽莎白就睡在那房子里面时,我们快要晕死了。We thought she was in an entirely different room. We had to laugh and sneak out.我们原以为她会睡在另一个房间!于是,我们只好笑着偷偷地溜了出来。And then, at the point of the wedding when there was the first dance, basically, we had to joke that we were the mother and father of the bride.第二天的婚礼上,当第一舞曲开始时,我们还打趣的说我们是新娘的父母,Yes, it may have seemed very odd to be outside, but we made it fun and we made it real.这在外人看来可能会非常奇怪,但我们的确这样做了并玩得很开心。When he started wearing the glove, I was like, ;whats up with the glove?;当他开始戴手套,我说,“怎么戴手套了?”Im like. ;Look, If you are going to hold my hand, it better be the non-gloved one because sequins really hurt me.;“瞧,如果你想牵我的手,你得用不戴手套的那一只;因为那些鳞片扎人。”He just shaked his head and he would just smile. He loved to be teased.他会摇摇头并微微一笑。他喜欢被戏弄。Seeing him smile made you feel like everything was going to be all right.看到他微笑,会让你觉得一切都会好起来的。To the outside world, Michael was a genius with unchallenged ability.对这个世界来说,迈克尔是一位天才,有着无与伦比的才艺;To the people who were lucky enough to know him personally, he was caring and funny honest, pure; non jaded and he was a lover of life.而对那些幸运的、私下了解他的人来说,他富有爱心,他是一个真诚、纯净、永不倦怠并热爱生命的人。He cared so deeply for his family and his friends and his fans.他深切地关爱着他的家人、他的朋友和他的歌迷。He was often referred to as the ;King;, but Michael that I knew always reminded me more of the little prince.他常被誉为“王者”,但我所认识的迈克尔常令我想起小王子。Thinking of him now, Id like to share a passage from the book:在缅怀之际,我想读一段选自《小王子》中的文章:what moves me so deeply about this sleeping prince is his loyalty to a flower.“在这个熟睡的小王子身上,让我最感动的,是他对一朵花儿的忠贞。The image of a rose shinning within him like the flame within a lamp, even when he is asleep.这朵玫瑰的影像,即使在他睡时,仍然在其身上透出光芒,就像一盏灯的火芯一样。And I realized that he was even more fragile than I had thought.我意识到他比我想象中更易碎。Lamps must be protecting. A gust of wind can blow them out.灯,是必须守护的。一阵风便能把它们吹灭。”Michaels sensitivity was even more extraordinary than his talent, and his true truth resided in his heart.迈克尔的敏感比他的才能更超乎常人,他的真理深藏于心。As the little prince also said, ;Eyes are blind. You have to look with the heart; whats most important is invisible.;就像小王子也曾说过的,“要像一个盲人一样,才能看清自己的心胸,因为最最重要的情感是无形的。”Michael saw everything with his heart.迈克尔以他的心来看清每一件事。To his family, his brothers and sisters, Katherine, Joe, and to his children, Prince, Paris, Blanket, my prayers are with you.对于他的家庭,他的兄弟,凯瑟琳,乔,对于他的孩子,普林斯,帕里斯,我的祈祷与你们同在。Michaels favorite song was not one of the countless masterpieces that he gave us.迈克尔最喜欢的一首歌曲并不在他所带给我们的、那数之不尽的杰作当中。But it was a song that Charlie Chaplin wrote for the movie Modern Time. Its called Smile.而是卓别林为电影《登时代》所创作的——《微笑》。There is a line in the song that says: ;smile, though your heart is aching.;曲中有句歌词是这样的,“微笑,尽管你的心在隐隐作痛。”Today, although our hearts are aching, we need to look up where he is undoubtedly perched in a crescent moon, and we need to smile.今天,尽管我们感到痛心,我们也要抬头仰望他所栖息的那弯明月,我们要微笑。201706/511939

  2_06 Here’s a little something. Here’s a little something. 这是个小东西. I got this for you. 我带来送给你的. I hope you like it. 我希望你喜欢. It’s not much. 不值多少钱. You deserve more. 你应该得到更多. You deserve the best. 你应该是得到最好的. You’re one of a kind. 你非常特别. You’re so special. 你很特别. You’re really great. 你真的很棒. /200706/14103

  VOA流行美语 31: SKETCHY / SUCKER今天是四月一号愚人节。李华到处去找Michael, 有事商量。今天她会学到两个常用语,sketchy和sucker。L:Michael,和我住在一起的小陈今天打电话到我工作的地方。她说警察到家里去找我。他们说我的签有问题。我该怎么办?我很害怕。M:What? I don't believe her. That story sounds sketchy.L:你说听起来什么?你不信小陈说的话?M:That's right. I said her story is "sketchy" . That means it is suspicious and cannot be trusted.L:噢,sketchy就是可疑,不可信。你怎么知道小陈说的话不可信?M: Well, for one thing, the police usually don't care about visas. They are too busy looking for serious criminals.L:嗯,对呀,警察抓罪犯还忙不过来呢,他们才不管签呢!移民局的人才是管签的。这么说来,小陈的话是有点可疑,sketchy。M:Also, I don't think the police or immigration officers would go to your house. That sounds very sketchy.L: 对,Michael, 你可真行呐! 要是签有问题,移民局一般会先给我一封信,他们才不会到家去找我呢。这真是越说越不可信了。M:But if you want to know what's really sketchy, you should remember what day it is.L:今天是什么日子呀?噢。。。今天是四月一号愚人节! 哟,我的老天爷呀,我没想到小陈会跟我开这个玩笑。M:Heh heh, your roommate is pretty sketchy too, if you ask me.L:等等,你也能说一个人sketchy? 你觉得小陈这个人不太可信?对,她的话确实是靠不住。上星期在聚会上见到的那个人,死跟着我不放,楞要送我回家,我能不能说,that guy was very sketchy?M:Yes, that guy was very sketchy. You have to be careful around sketchy people like that.L:对了,我得打电话告诉小陈我没上她的当, 借你的手机用一用,行吗?M:Sure!M:What did you say to your roommate just now? You were talking so fast in Chinese that I couldn't understand.L:我告诉她我很生气,我不想再跟她住在一起了,我告诉她我要搬出去和她哥哥同居了。嘿,她好象真相信我说的话!M:She believed that? She is such a sucker!L:她是什么?你是说她sketchy,是吗?M:No, no... a sucker is someone who believes people who lie to her, and can be easily tricked .L:Sucker这个词我在学校里经常听到,可就不是太清楚究竟是什么意思。原来sucker 是指很容易上当,很轻信别人的人。我一开始相信了小陈的话,那我不就是个sucker咯!M:Sure, everyone is a sucker at one time or another...L:那倒是的,每个人有时难免会当傻瓜。我记得你在电脑上收到很多电子邮件的广告,说你可以在家工作赚很多钱,当时你还很相信这些广告呢。You were such a sucker!M: Hey, my phone is ringing. Li Hua, it's for you. I think it's your roommate.L:是小陈?让我跟她说话。 (李华接电话)是呀!我不管你告诉他什么。我们相爱,我们要同居。什么?我不管你说什么,我不要跟骗我的人住在一起。 (关电话)M:Your roommate is a real sucker! She still believes your story even after talking to her brother?L:对,他跟她哥哥通完了电话,但是还相信我要和她哥哥同居了。我看我还是给她打个电话告诉她我是在开玩笑吧,否则她会把我的东西从窗子里都扔掉的。今天Michael 教李华学会了两个常用语,一个是:sketchy,意思是一个人,或者是一个人说的话不可信,值得怀疑;另一个是:sucker, 指一个很轻信,很容易上当的人。这次[流行美语]就学习到这里,我们下次节目再见。 /200602/3106。

  英语会话800句 13 /200608/9081

  Thank you. Thank you so much for the kind introduction. Its a tremendous honor to be here. Like, like most graduation speakers, my main qualification would seem to be that I am one of the few people who are even more clueless about what is going on in your lives than your parents and your professors.Most of you are about 21 or 22 years old. You are about to begin working. I havent worked for anybody for 21 years. But if I try to make, give a reason for why it makes sense for me to speak here today, I would say its because thinking about the future is what I do for a living. And this is a commencement. Its a new beginning. As a technology investor, I invest in new beginnings. I believe in what hasnt yet been seen or been done.This is not what I set out to do when I began my career. When I was sitting where you are, back in 1989, I would have told you that I wanted to be a lawyer. I didnt really know what lawyers do all day, but I knew they had to first go to law school, and school was familiar to me. I had been competitively tracked from middle school to high school to college. And by going straight to law school, I knew I would be competing at the same kinds of tests Id been taking ever since I was a kid, but I could tell everyone that I was now doing it for the sake of becoming a professional adult.I did well enough in law school to be hired by a big New York law firm, but it turned out to be a very strange place: from the outside, everybody wanted to get in; and from the inside, everybody wanted to get out. When I left the firm – after 7 months and 3 days – my co-workers were surprised. One of them told me that he hadnt known it was possible to escape from Alcatraz. Now, that might sound odd, because all you had to do to escape was walk through the front door, and not come back. But people really did find it very hard to leave, because so much of their identity was wrapped up in having won the competitions to get there in the first place.Just as I was leaving the law firm, I got an interview for a Supreme Court clerkship. And this is sort of the top prize you can get as a young lawyer. It was the absolute last stage of competition, but I lost. And at the time, I was totally devastated – It seemed just like the end of the world.About a decade later, I ran into an old friend – someone who had helped me prepare for the Supreme Court interview, but whom I hadnt seen in years. His first words to me were not, you know, ;Hi, Peter; or ;How are you doing?; but rather, ;So, arent you glad you didnt get that clerkship?; Because if I hadnt lost that last competition, we both knew that I never would have left the track laid down since middle school. I wouldnt have moved to California and co-founded a startup. I wouldnt have done anything new.Looking back at my ambition to become a lawyer, it looks less like a plan for the future and more like an alibi for the present. It was a way to explain to anyone who would ask – to my parents, to my peers, and most of all, to myself – that there was no need to worry, I was perfectly on track. But it turned out, in retrospect, that my biggest problem was taking a track without thinking really hard about where it was going.When I co-founded a technology startup, we took the opposite approach. We consciously set out to change the direction of the world with very definite, very big plans. Our goal was nothing less than to replace the U.S. dollar by creating a new digital currency.We had a young team. When we started, I was the only person over 23 years old. When we released our first product, the first users were simply the 24 people who worked at our company. Outside, there were millions of people working in the global financial industry. And when we told some of them about our plans, we noticed a clear pattern: the more experience someone had in banking, the more certain they were that our venture could never succeed.201606/449535

  Greetings from the World Health Organization in Geneva. As threats from major infectious diseases like AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria continue to decline, other preventable killers become more visible. The harm caused by air pollution and exposure to hazardous environmental chemicals is the new epidemic demanding urgent attention in the era of sustainable development. The numbers are stunning. WHO estimates that 12.6 million people die each year from exposure to hazards lurking in the environment; some 7 millions of these deaths are attributed to air pollution, which is now the single largest environmental risk to health. We know too that air pollution is fueling the striking rise of non-communicable diseases. Worldwide, air pollution is responsible for one-third of deaths from lung cancer, stroke and respiratory diseases. Public health cannot tackle a problem of this magnitude – using conventional tools like vaccines and medicines – our long collaboration with UNEP has built a solid platform for joint action, but we also need full engagement from the energy, transport and finance sectors. The ed Nations Environment Assembly of UNEP is a supreme body governing international environmental affairs. I thank you for making such a strong link between healthy environments and healthy people, and wish you a most productive meeting. Thank you.201606/450236

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