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Good afternoon. Today, the Federal Open Market Committee decided to raise the target range for the federal funds rate by 1/4 percentage point, bringing it to 1/2 to 3/4 percent. In doing so, my colleagues and I are recognizing the considerable progress the economy has made toward our dual objectives of maximum employment and price stability. Over the past year, 2-1/4 million net new jobs have been created, unemployment has fallen further, and inflation has moved closer to our longer-run goal of 2 percent. We expect the economy will continue to perform well, with the job market strengthening further and inflation rising to 2 percent over the next couple of years. Ill have more to say about monetary policy shortly, but first Ill review recent economic developments and the outlook. Economic growth has picked up since the middle of the year. Household spending continues to rise at a moderate pace, supported by income gains and by relatively high levels of consumer sentiment and wealth. Business investment, however, remains soft, despite some stabilization in the energy sector. Overall, we expect the economy will expand at a moderate pace over the next few years. Job gains averaged nearly 180,000 per month over the past three months, maintaining the solid pace that weve seen since the beginning of the year. Over the past seven years, since the depths of the Great Recession, more than 15 million jobs have been added to the U.S. economy. The unemployment rate fell to 4.6 percent in November, the lowest level since 2007, prior to the recession. Broader measures of labor market slack have also moved lower, and participation in the labor force has been little changed, on net, for about two years now, a further sign of improved conditions in the labor market given the underlying downward trend in participation stemming largely from the aging of the U.S. population. Looking ahead, we expect that job conditions will strengthen somewhat further. Turning to inflation, the 12-month change in the price index for personal consumption expenditures was nearly 1-1/2 percent in October, still short of our 2 percent objective but up more than a percentage point from a year earlier. Core inflation – which excludes energy and food prices that tend to be more volatile than other prices – has risen to 1-3/4 percent. As the transitory influences of earlier declines in energy prices and prices of imports continue to fade, and as the job market strengthens further, we expect overall inflation to rise to 2 percent over the next couple of years. Our inflation outlook rests importantly on our judgment that longer-run inflation expectations remain reasonably well-anchored. Market-based measures of inflation compensation have moved up considerably but are still low. Survey-based measures of longer run inflation expectations are, on balance, little changed. Of course, we remain committed to our 2 percent inflation objective and will continue to carefully monitor actual and expected progress toward this goal. Let me now turn to the economic projections that were submitted for this meeting by Committee participants. As always, they conditioned their projections on their own individual views of appropriate monetary policy, which, in turn, depend on each participants assessment of the multitude of factors that shape the outlook. The median projection for growth of inflation adjusted gross domestic product (GDP) rises from 1.9 percent this year to 2.1 percent in 2017 and stays close to 2 percent in 2018 and 2019, slightly above its estimated longer-run rate. The median projection for the unemployment rate stands at 4.7 percent in the fourth quarter of this year. Over the next three years, the median unemployment rate runs at 4.5 percent, modestly below the median estimate of its longer-run normal rate. Finally, the median inflation projection is 1.5 percent this year and rises to 1.9 percent next year and 2 percent in 2018 and 2019. Overall, these economic projections are very similar to those made in September: GDP growth is a touch stronger, the unemployment rate is a shade lower, and inflation, beyond this year, is unchanged. Returning to monetary policy, the Committee judged that a modest increase in the federal funds rate is appropriate in light of the solid progress we have seen toward our goals of maximum employment and 2 percent inflation. We continue to expect that the evolution of the economy will warrant only gradual increases in the federal funds rate over time to achieve and maintain our objectives. Thats based on our view that the neutral nominal federal funds rate – that is, the interest rate that is neither expansionary nor contractionary and keeps the economy operating on an even keel – is currently quite low by historical standards. With the federal funds rate only modestly below the neutral rate, we continue to expect that gradual increases in the federal funds rate will likely be sufficient to get to a neutral policy stance over the next few years. This view is consistent with participants projections of appropriate monetary policy. The median projection for the federal funds rate rises to 1.4 percent at the end of next year, 2.1 percent at the end of 2018, and 2.9 percent by the end of 2019. Compared with the projections made in September, the median path for the federal funds rate has been revised up just 1/4 of a percentage point. Only a few participants altered their estimate of the longer-run normal federal funds rate, although the median edged up to 3 percent. Of course, the economic outlook is highly uncertain, and participants will adjust their assessments of the appropriate path for the federal funds rate in response to changes to the economic outlook and associated risks. As many observers have noted, changes in fiscal policy or other economic policies could potentially affect the economic outlook. Of course, it is far too early to know how these policies will unfold. Moreover, changes in fiscal policy are only one of the many factors that can influence the outlook and the appropriate course of monetary policy. In making our policy decisions, we will continue – as always – to assess economic conditions relative to our objectives of maximum employment and 2 percent inflation. As I have noted on previous occasions, policy is not on a pre-set course. Finally, we will continue to reinvest proceeds from maturing Treasury securities and principal payments from agency debt and mortgage-backed securities. As our statement says, we anticipate continuing this policy until normalization of the level of the federal funds rate is well under way. Thank you. Id be happy to take your questions.201612/485581。

Thank you. Thank you. Ambassador Shannon, dignitaries, esteemed guests, ladies and gentlemen: Im deeply humbled to be here today to honor these 12 remarkable and inspirational women, who have given so much for so many, regardlesf the unimaginable threat to their own personal safety. Each one of these heroic women has an extraordinary story of courage, which must inspire each of uo also achieve more than we had ever imagined possible. Their liveemind uf the boundless capacity of the human spirit when guided by moral clarity and desire to do good. These honoreen the stage with me have fought for their rights and for the rightf others. Each battle forces – such aovernments, the courts, gender bias, terrorism, war and corruption – and were willing in each moment to face harsh penalties, including imprisonment and death. Ahey continue to persevere against unimaginable odds, these women are extraordinary examplef reaching within to find the courage that lienside us all to change the world. While learning the storief these 12 honorees, I would like to ask each of uo take thioment and try to imagine what it would be like to experience the trying obstacles, domestic abuse, gender-biased violence, or governor impression that some of these women have faced. Let ury to envision ourselven their place, struggling against gender bias and discriminatory laws, which serve to protect the perpetratorf unthinkable crimes while punishing their victims, who even dare to speak out. Ask yourself if you would have the fortitude of spirit, the courage of your convictions and the enormounner strength required to stand up and fight against such overwhelming odds. Amazingly, each of our honorees has courageously answered ;yes; to those questions, for it iheir strength and the strength of others like them which will ignite a global battle against inhumanity. Together, with the international community, the ed Stateust send a clear message that we are watching. It iherefore our duty to continue to shine the light on each miraculous achieved by women, all capable of trying, truly leading the change to fight for those that cannot fight for themselves. Theirs are the storief human greatneshat will continue to inspire, and therefore must be told far and wide. These honorees, who have fought on the frontlines against injustice are true heroes. Their storief individual bravery remind uhat there is always hope whenever the human spirit is brought to bear in the service of others, and that healing and personal empowerment are often born from such deeds. I believe that bravery ihe ability to live ones life, refusing to be discouraged, and instead, choosing a life of purpose. Only when we do this are we able to suppress what we previously believe to be possible. Each of these 12 women represents a life of enormous courage – to save a child, to help a family, to make a neighborhood or school safe or to boldly speak out against evil by refusing to back down, no matter the personal cost. To the young people here today, I ask you to allow the triumphxemplified by these heroic women to inspire you in your own lives, and to remind yourself that you, too, are capable of greatness. I urge you to not be afraid to fail, as failure will never have the power to define you as long as you learn from it, and realize that your first steps will alwaynvolve taking a leap of faith by believing in yourself while choosing to replace fear for hope. Let these brave women serve as daily inspiration, at iow up to each of you to remain vigilant against injustice in all itany forms. As you go forward, remember their journeys as push ahead and strive to bring about a better community, a better country and a better world in an ongoing fight for right over might. We must continue once again to shine the light on the horrendous atrocitieaking place in neighborhoods around the corner and around the globe, where innocent families are crying out to live in safety. We must continue to fight injustice in all its forms, in whatever scale or shape it taken our lives. Together, we must declare that the era of allowing the brutality against women and children iver, while affirming that the time for empowering around the world iow. For wherever women are diminished, the entire world is diminished with them. However, wherever women are empowered, towns and villages, schools and economies, are empowered, and together we are all made stronger with them. We must begin now to challenge old fears, fight long-held prejudices and stand up against evil and injustice wherever it may be. As leaderf our shared global community, we must continue to work towardender empowerment and respect people from all backgrounds and ethnicities, remembering alwayhat we are all ultimately memberf one race: the human race. Each one of us uniquely gifted. We must continually our American values as we join with the international community to make our world safer through actf collaborative and individual bravery. Thank you, honorees, for your courage. And thank you, Ambassador Shannon, for your support. God bless you and God bleshireat nation. Thank you.201704/505500。

【中文这样说】请排队等候。【英文对比翻译】Chinese Style -- Wait for your turn, please.American Style -- Wait your turn, please. /200604/6402。

There are lots and lots of tests of English.各种各样的英语测试。And millions and millions of students take these tests every year.每年成千上万的学生参加这样的考试。Now you might think, you and me, ;Those fees arent bad, theyre okay,;你会觉得,你和我都这么认为,这些考试价格还是合理的,but they are prohibitive to so many millions of poor people.但是数百万穷人却望而却步。So immediately, were rejecting them.所以一开始我们就把他们挡在了外面。It brings to mind a headline I saw recently: ;Education: The Great Divide.;这让我想到我最近看见的一条新闻:“教育:大鸿沟。”Now I get it, I understand why people would want to focus on English.现在我明白了为什么人们都关注英语。They want to give their children the best chance in life.他们希望给予他们的孩子最好的人生机遇。And to do that, they need a Western education.而要达到这个目的,他们需要西方教育。Because, of course, the best jobs go to people out of the Western Universities, that I put on earlier.因为,显然最好的工作都让西方大学的毕业生拿走了,就跟我之前说的一样。Its a circular thing. Okay.这是个循环。是吧。Let me tell you a story about two scientists, two English scientists.让我们告诉你们两个科学家的故事,有关两个英国科学家。They were doing an experiment to do with genetics and the forelimbs and the hind limbs of animals.他们在做一个实验,跟遗传学有关,以及研究动物的前后肢,But they couldnt get the results they wanted.但是他们无法得到他们想得到的结果。They really didnt know what to do,他们有点束手无策,until along came a German scientist who realized that they were using two words for forelimb and hind limb,直到一个德国科学家参与后,他发现他们在研究前肢和后肢时用的是两个词,whereas genetics does not differentiate and neither does German.而遗传学上并不区分两者,德语也不区分。So bingo, problem solved.所以,瞧,问题解决了。If you cant think a thought, you are stuck.如果你想不通,就卡住了。But if another language can think that thought, then, by cooperating, we can achieve and learn so much more.但是用另外一种语言就可以想通,那么通过合作,我们可以教学相长,受益颇多。201703/494977。

074 cities Words Noisy pollution traffic jam shopping centre pedestrian zone bus stop inner city suburb apartment block busy street advertisement facilities stress light park ring road airport train/bus station Entertainment theatre cinema bar and club market Phrases In a nice part of town In a run-down area Public traffic Get stuck in traffic Find your way around Hustle and bustle One-way traffic system Find a parking space Beginner A: is your city a historical place? B: not rally. 200 years ago, it was just a small insignificant village. A; how did it grow into such a large place? B: large deposits of coal were found nearly and so many industries located themselves here. The village quickly grew into a key industrial centre. A: as the city grew, it must have absorbed many village nearby. B; yes, it did. The names of those village survive as the names of parts of the city. A; I see. Are there any building more than 200 years old in your city? B; oh, yes. Several of the buildings from the villages still survive. Many of them were inns for travelers and today survive as pubs. There was a castle near one village, so our city has a castle too. A; really? So your city does have some old history after all. Intermediate A: what’s your city like? B: it’s quite an interesting place to live. The best thing to do in my city is go shopping. There are several indoor and outdoor markets, department stores and shopping malls. A; is the traffic bad in the city centre? B; not really. Cars are not permitted in several parts of city centre, especially in the main shopping areas. The public transport system is pretty good. A; what about restaurants and entertainment? B: there are restaurants with food from all over the world. We have a small china-town near the city centre. There are many Indian,thai, and Italian restaurants all over the city centre. There are many sports events in my city. We have several sports venues for football, rugby, and cricket-even ice-skating and ice hockey. A; is there a lot of nightlife in your city? B; there are several good clubs near the city centre. Many people in my city prefer something more’cultural”, so we several theatres and venues for classical music concerts and operas. A; it sounds like a really exciting city to live in. B: it is. I hope you’ll have time to come for a visit soon. You really should come during the summer, when the weather is better and there’s more happening outdoors /200705/13749。

We communicate differently, extroverts and introverts.外向者和内向者的交流方式有所不同。Extroverts, when they interact, want to have lots of social encounter punctuated by closeness.外向者在与人互动时喜欢肢体接触,喜欢亲近对方。Theyd like to stand close for comfortable communication.他们喜欢靠近对方近距离交流。They like to have a lot of eye contact, or mutual gaze.他们喜欢眼神接触,甚至相互凝视。We found in some research that they use more diminutive terms when they meet somebody.有研究表明,外向者更喜欢使用昵称。So when an extrovert meets a Charles,比如当一个外向者遇见一个叫查尔斯的人,it rapidly becomes ;Charlie,; and then ;Chuck,; and then ;Chuckles Baby.;很快就会开始叫他“查理”,然后变成“查克”,然后变成“小查查”。Whereas for introverts, it remains ;Charles,; until hes given a pass to be more intimate by the person hes talking to.而内向者呢,会一直叫他“查理”,直到对方认为他俩的关系已经足够亲密。We speak differently. Extroverts prefer black-and-white, concrete, simple language.外向者和内向者的说话方式也不同。外向者喜欢确定、 具体、简洁的语言。Introverts prefer -- and I must again tell you that I am as extreme an introvert as you could possibly imagine -- we speak differently.而内向者喜欢——我必须再次提醒大家,我是一个十足的内向者——我们说话方式很不一样。We prefer contextually complex, contingent, weasel-word sentences我们内向者更喜欢说一些复杂难懂,模棱两可,云山雾罩的话More or less. As it were. Not to put too fine a point upon it -- like that.或多或少吧。基本是这样。不把话说死——就像刚才那样。When we talk, we sometimes talk past each other.我们在说话的时候,经常会打太极,推来推去。201608/462602。

90 numbers words numbers amount count hundreds thousands millions dozen couple pair double triple quadruple first second third fourth add plus minus deduct multiply divide roughly approximately equal several phrases third time lucky have sixth sense in seventh heaven be second nature at the eleventh hour once bitten twice shy first impressions last beginner a; what’s the area of your country? B: it’s not very big. It’s a little over half a million square kilometers. A; that sounds quite big! How many people live there? B; there are about 30 million people in my country. Most of them live in the north. A: what’s the average income? B; that’s the really hard to say. I think most people earn about two thousand dollars a month, if you convert the money from our currency into dollars. A; so your country is fairly rich. B: I think we are richer than most countries, but not as rich as countries in western Europe. Our biggest problem at the moment is unemployment, which is roughly 8%. It has doubled over the last four years. A: unemployment in my country is a fraction of that. Intermediate A: what’s “pi”? B: that’s the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, I think. A; I see. What is that ratio exactly? B: it’s approximately 3.14, but the number continues forever. What’s the diameter of your circle? A: it’s 10 centimeters, so the circumference should be 31.4 centimeters. B; ok. My next problem is to convert 10000 british pounds into us dollars. What’s the exchange rate at the moment? A: according to the newspaper, the exchange rate is 1.85 dollars to the pound. B: that means that 10.000 pounds will buy me 18.500 dollars. A: what’s the next question. B; fractions. What’s a quarter and an eighth? That’s three-eights. Easy. The next question is “what are prime numbers?”. A: I can help you there. Those are numbers that cannot be created by multiplying two whole numbers, apart from the number itself and 1, together. B; so, 1,2 and 3 are prime numbers, but 4 isn’t because 2*24. A: exactly. Anything else? B; how many seconds in an hour? 60 seconds multiplied by 60 minutes equals 3600 seconds altogether. A: you’ll be a mathematician one day. /200706/14075。