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And, it was...it was pretty rough there.挺艰辛的I have to say,I had the experience of moving out here,我得说 我是22岁时When I was 22 and it was like going to the moon.搬了过来 简直像登月一样you know,I was just getting started in the business and not having any idea,我刚刚入行 我根本不知道like, not really having a real job yet and not knowing what I was going to do and being freaked out.没有份正经工作 也不知道我能做什么 特别害怕Was it like that way for you?你也是那样吗Yeah,I mean, I had...I had a school that I was in,that I was able to go to for a little while but you dont have no money, you really...是啊 当时有所学校 我去了一阵子 但我没有钱You dont...I dont...I didnt know the area and I was living in a strange place.I didnt have a bed for a while.我不熟悉这一带 我住在一个很怪的地方 很长一段时间没有床睡what do you mean you didnt have a bed? -I just didnt have a bed. -I had a bed.-I didnt even have a什么叫没床睡 -我就是没床睡 -我都有床-我甚至都没有I started crashing at a friends house because I couldnt afford rent.我起初是住在朋友家 我付不起房租I laid down a bunch of towels,I slept on about five towels for a while.我放了一堆毛巾 有一段时间是睡在五条毛巾上的And then I got my..., and then I got an apartment, I was able to get an apartment in the complex 后来我在大楼里找到一间公寓 and actually found a mattress in the dumpster in the carport and I thought, sweet, free mattress.在车库的垃圾箱里找到了一张床垫 我还想 太棒了 免费床垫啊So I hauled it up to my new apartment,slept on it,woke up the next morning covered in red bumps.我把床垫拖进我的新公寓里 睡在上面 第二天早上醒来浑身是红点But I kept it.Thats when anyone else burns it.但我还是把它留下了 这个时候正常人都把床垫烧了so clearly there was vermin,there was vermin in your bed.那上面显然是有害虫啊I think I sprayed it with Lysol and I was just like我好像喷了来苏尔 然后就because when youre 20,youre just like and then eventually the bugs went away.20岁的时候 不在乎这种事 最后 虫子走了201607/452391Super Tuesday in America saw a dozen state primary elections in the presidential nominating process. Hillary Clinton reinforced her position as the front-runner in the Democratic race, winning Texas, Georgia, Virginia and Massachusetts. Bernie Sanders took Colorado, Minnesota and two other states, but he remains far behind Mrs Clinton in the delegate count. Donald Trump lengthened his lead in the Republican contest by winning most states on offer. Ted Cruz won his home state of Texas and Marco Rubio chalked up his first win, in Minnesota. But it looks increasingly unlikely that the party establishment will be able to trip Mr Trump.美国迎来了大选的超级星期二,多个州进行党内初选。希拉里·克林顿(Hillary Clinton)赢得了德克萨斯州、乔治亚州和马萨诸塞州的持,其在民主党内第一名的位置得到进一步巩固。伯纳德·桑德斯(Bernie Sanders)赢得了科罗拉多州、明尼苏达州和其他两个州的持,但在党代表席位数目上依然远远落后于希拉里。在共和党的党内初选中,唐纳德·特朗普(Donald Trump)赢得了大多数州的持,进一步拉大与党内对手的距离。泰德·科鲁兹(Ted Cruz)赢得其家乡德克萨斯州的持,马克罗·鲁比奥(Marco Rubio)在明尼苏达州首次获胜。但就目前形势来看,共和党越来越难扳倒特朗普了。David Duke, a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, backed Mr Trump for president. Never normally lost for words, Mr Trump stopped short of denouncing Mr Duke in a TV interview, prompting another volley of criticisms from Republicans and Democrats. Mr Trump deflected these by saying he hadnt understood the question.三k党(Ku Klux Klan)前大佬戴维·杜克(David Duke)持特朗普竞选总统。向来善于应对的特朗普在一次电视访谈中拒绝谴责杜克,遭到共和党和民主党攻击。特朗普称自己当时不理解问题,以试图为自己开脱。Clarence Thomas, a Supreme Court justice, broke his decade-long silence on the bench (thought to be a record) and asked questions in a case on gun rights. The audience gasped. Many theories have been proffered for his failure to speak, but the death last month of the loquacious Antonin Scalia, a close ally, may have left Justice Thomas thinking that the time has come for him to stick up for strict constructionism.美国最高法院大法官克拉伦斯·托马斯(Clarence Thomas)十年来首次在法庭上打破沉默,并就一个有关持权的案例进行提问,听众对此十分震惊。外界对于他的不开口说话有很多猜测,但上个月安东宁·斯卡利亚(Antonin Scalia)的去世,或许使托马斯认为是时候维护严格阐释主义了。斯卡利亚是托马斯的盟友,以能言善辩著称。The UN Security Council adopted tougher-than-expected sanctions on North Korea following its nuclear test and rocket launch earlier this year. They include mandatory inspections of all shipments to the country, a ban on sales of aviation fuel and a halt to exports from the North of iron and coal. But China will need to be the chief enforcer of the sanctions if they are to work.今年早些时候,朝鲜进行了核试验并发射火箭。对此,联合国安理会对朝鲜采取了超乎预期的严厉制裁。制裁内容包括对运往朝鲜的货物进行强制检查,禁止向朝鲜提供航空燃料,禁止从朝鲜进口钢铁和煤炭资源。但该制裁若要实施,中国需要承担主要执行者的任务。Chinese internet companies shut down the microblogs of Ren Zhiqiang, a property tycoon. He had used an account with 38m followers to criticise President Xi Jinpings efforts to tighten Communist Party control over the media. Chinas internet regulator accused Mr Ren of publishing “illegal” messages.中国地产大亨任志强在微上批评了国家主席习近平为加强共产党对媒体的控制而采取的措施。该微有3800万粉丝。中国互联网监管机构指控任志强发布“不法”言论,相关的中国网络公司关闭了任志强的微。A court in the coastal Chinese province of Zhejiang sentenced a Christian pastor, Bao Guohua, to 14 years in prison for corruption and inciting people to disturb social order. His wife was jailed for 12 years. Mr Baos refusal to remove a cross from his churchs roof had angered the authorities. A Christian lawyer who had supported churches that erect illegal crosses was shown on local TV apparently confessing to having colluded with foreigners to stir up trouble.中国浙江法院以贪污罪和聚众扰乱社会罪判处基督教牧师包国华14年有期徒刑,其妻子被判12年有期徒刑。包国华拒绝拆除教堂屋顶上的十字架惹怒了中国官方。协助教堂违法树立十字架的一名基督教律师被当地电视台曝光,此人供认自己与外国人勾结,一同搅乱局面。译文属译生译世 /201603/431161

Banking in Congo刚果的业Cash in a canoe木船运钞A new system for paying civil servants puts banks through their paces公务员工资付方式翻新,加快发展脚步IMINE if, to collect your salary each month, you had to walk to the nearest town, perhaps tens of miles away, to congregate in a school or a football pitch or a church. There, you and your colleagues wait for a man to arrive from the capital, perhaps a thousand miles away, with a suitcase of cash. Most of the time, you do not receive as much money as you should. Sometimes the man does not arrive at all.可以想象一下,每月为了工资,你必须走到最近的镇子,可能会十几英里远,然后和同事在某个学校或某个足球场或是某个教堂里等,等一个从千里之外的首都来的人,带着一个现金箱。多数时候,你不会拿到应得的钱。有时,这个人也根本不会来。Until recently, that is how most government employees in the Democratic Republic of Congo were paid. But over the past three years the government has been urging civil servants to open bank accounts, to which their pay can be transferred directly. In the process, it is accelerating the sp of banking in an economy that, according to Michel Losembe, the bow-tied president of the Congolese Banking Association, is “not very far off barter”.最近,在刚果民主共和国,多数政府职员才用上述方式拿工资。但是过去三年里,政府一直在催促公务员,让他们开设帐户,工资直接打入帐户。这个过程加速了业在这样一个经济中的发展。这个经济体用打着领结的刚果业协会主席米歇尔·洛桑贝的话说就是,“不是先前的易货经济”。Few countries are as corrupt as Congo. A persistent national joke concerns a mythical “Article 15” of the constitution, which s “Débrouillez-vous”—“You’re on your own”. Mobutu Sese Seko, a former strongman, used state funds to charter a Concorde to take him on shopping trips to Paris. By the time of his overthrow in 1997, graft was endemic. Government employees were not paid but rather expected to use their positions to make a living.没有哪个国家像刚果这样腐败。长期以来,全国流传着一个笑话,是关于宪法神秘的“第十五条”,规定“Débrouillez-vous”――“你得靠自己”。 蒙托·塞塞·塞科曾经是位强人。他曾用国家资金,坐着协和号包机,飞到巴黎购物。1997年下台时,腐败已屡见不鲜。政府职员拿不到工资,而是期望利用手中的权利谋生。Civil war engulfed Congo in the 1990s and 2000s. As it wound down, government was rebuilt and money again began to flow out of Kinshasa, the capital, to roughly 1m functionaries in the rest of the country. But corruption did not disappear. Among the most prized government jobs was that of accountant: the people responsible for transporting bags of cash to the provinces to hand out to employees.1990年代至2000年代,内战淹没了刚果,政府千疮百孔。重建后,首都金沙萨再次散金,把钱发给近100万名的公务员。可是,腐败并未消失。政府最值钱的职位是会计,因为这些人负责把现钞袋传给各省,再发给职员。In 2012, however, the Congolese government started helping civil servants to open bank accounts. Around three-quarters of them—some 670,000 people—now have one. In the process, the government has weeded out tens of thousands of ghost employees, since the embezzlers who invented them could not open accounts in their names without a matching ID.然而,2012年,刚果政府帮助公务员开通帐户。现在,约四分之三的人(总共约67万)都有了帐户。在这个过程中,政府清除了成千上万的内鬼,因为盗用公款的人,名不符实,无法开通帐户。Yet in a vast country with fewer roads than Luxembourg, hardly anyone lives anywhere near a bank branch. So Congolese banks must now do the work the government accountants used to: shipping money to the back of beyond. Cash has to be transported to branches in regional capitals, and thence to account-holders on the backs of motorbikes, in canoes or by foot, explains Oliver Meisenberg, the German boss of Trust Merchant Bank, one of Congo’s biggest.刚果虽然地域广大,但公路比卢森堡少。在这样一个国家,很少有人住在旁边。因此,刚果现在的工作就是曾经国家会计的工作:把钱运到僻远地区。刚果最大的信托商业的德国理事奥利弗·梅森伯格解释说,资金先转到省会城市,再由托车、独木舟或是徒步押运。Bank staff with suitcases of cash make easy targets, just as they did in the west of America in the 19th century. Though they usually travel with army escorts, there have been at least ten armed robberies of bank employees since January, says Mr Losembe. One particularly brutal raid in September in South Kivu, in the wild east of the country, killed 13 people.职员既要保护现金箱,还要力抗匪徒,跟19世纪美国西部一样。虽然通常是武装押运,但1月以来,武装抢劫至少十起,洛赞伯先生说。9月,刚果西部荒凉的南基伍省抢劫特别惨烈,死亡13人。Congolese bankers hope that the new system will spur the growth of a proper banking sector. At the moment banks are little more than money-transfer companies, and not very sophisticated ones at that. The transfers tend to go only one way—out of Kinshasa—so cannot be netted against each other; instead cash almost always has to be moved physically. Depositors mistrust both banks and the Congolese franc. To attract dollar deposits, banks must pay at least 6% annual interest; rates for borrowers are generally as high as 25%. There is hardly any corporate lending beyond short-term overdraft facilities.刚果家希望,新的付系统会刺激业的适当发展。目前的业务只是转帐,功能还不完善。转帐只从金沙萨单向转出,因此不能相互赢利;而且现金必须靠人力运送。存款人不信任和刚果法郎。为了吸收美元存款,年利率至少只能是6%;贷款利率通常会高达25%。除了短期透贷款,几乎没有企业贷款。A decade ago there were just 50,000 bank accounts in the whole country, which has a population somewhere between 60m and 80m. Now there are 3m. As more employees get accounts, selling them loans and insurance, and moving them from cash to mobile transactions, becomes more realistic. In the meantime, actually receiving their salaries at all marks a big step forward for civil servants.十年前,全国仅5万个帐户,而全国人口为6000万至8000万之间,现在帐户300万个。越来越多的职员开通了帐户,给他们放贷,出售保险,以及现金交易转向移动交易,都变得更加现实。同时,公务员确实得到工资,这才是大进步。 /201512/416990

Art艺术Imitable是可以模仿的A master forgers works are auctioned伪造大师的作品竟然被拍卖THE sale of more than 200 drawings on October 22nd by a small auction house near Salisbury in south-west England has threatened to open old wounds in the art world. The works were by Eric Hebborn, a master forger.10月22日,英格兰西南部的索尔兹伯里市的一家小拍卖行售出了200多幅画,再次揭开了艺术界尘封多年的伤口—这些作品都出自赝品画大师赫伯恩之手。Few have heard of Hebborn, but many museum-goers may have seen his handiwork, masquerading as old masters at major galleries around the world. He claimed his forgeries found homes in the worlds most famous museums, though some friends, and enemies, disputed this. Some in the art world fear that the newly auctioned sketches, collected by his sister after he was murdered in Rome in 1996, could prove to be preliminary drawings which would reveal other major fakes. “This auction is going to open a very large can of worms,” says Simon Wingett, who auctioned Hebborns works at Webbs of Wilton this week.听说过赫伯恩的人并不多,但是常去物馆的人可能在各地的大型画廊见过他的赝品。他表示世界最有名的物馆也收藏着自己的赝品,尽管他的某些朋友或死敌对此表示不满。赫伯恩于1996年在罗马遭到谋杀身亡,之后其收集了他的素描。有人担心最近拍卖的这些素描可能会扯出其他重要的赝品。这周在威尔顿的韦伯拍卖赫伯恩作品的西蒙·温格特“这次拍卖将打开潘多拉之盒”Born into a working-class London family in 1934, Hebborn won prizes as a student at the Royal Academy, but his own art brought him little acclaim, leading to suggestions that forgery was his means of revenge on a snooty art elite. Hebborn maintained that dealers were interested in money not art, claiming one paid him £750 for a forgery that he sold on for £90,000. As for art historians, “they just want to get a knighthood for knowing a lot about Rembrandt”. Art itself was neglected, he believed. He dismissed claims he was a crook, saying he, like many before him, simply made imitations.赫伯恩于1934年出生于伦敦的工人家庭,在皇家艺术学院学习的时候他就曾多次获奖,但是他自己的艺术作品却未带来多大的声誉。因而人们猜测他做赝品是为了报复那些目中无人的艺术精英。赫伯恩认为那些商人不过只关注金钱而并非艺术,曾有人给他750欧元画的作品转手就卖了90,000欧元。在艺术历史学家看来,“他们深入了解伦勃朗只为其所谓侠义之气。”而艺术本身则被忽略了,赫伯恩认为。他反驳那些将自己看做是骗子的言论,而称自己跟那些前人一样,不过是做模仿而已。He is thought to have produced about 1,000 forgeries over the course of his life, sold on by bamboozled dealers as the work of Rubens, Van Dyck, Brueghel and others. In 1978, a curator at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, noticed that two drawings purchased from Colnaghi, a reputable dealer in London, were on the same kind of paper. The dealer admitted to having been duped, and prices on the London market for master drawings fell. In 1984 Hebborn confessed to having forged them and others. But he was never charged; the dealers and experts were too worried about rocking the market and exposing their own ignorance.人们认为赫伯恩一生大约仿造了1,000幅画,大多数是鲁宾斯(姓氏,特指荷兰著名画家)、范戴克、布鲁盖尔(1525-1569,著名风景画家)以及其他著名画家的作品。1978年,华盛顿国家艺术馆的馆长发现两幅购于伦敦著名的交易商——科尔纳吉画廊——的画作使用的纸张是一样的。该交易商承认被骗了,而且伦敦市面上原作的作品价格开始下降。1984年,赫伯恩承认他仿造了这些作品和其他的作品。但他从未因此吃官司,因为交易商和油画专家非常担心会因此震动市场,暴露自己的愚昧。Though few people could tell the difference between his forgeries and the originals, there remains a difference in price. At Sothebys in New York earlier this year, a painting by Brueghel fetched .2m. Hebborns most expensive sketch this week went for £2,600.尽管几乎没人能分辨出他的赝品和原作之间的区别,价格上还是有所不同的。今年早期在纽约索斯比拍卖行的一场拍卖上,布鲁盖尔的一幅画达到了5200万美元,而这周赫伯恩最贵的一幅画仅为2500欧元。译者:毛慧 校对:张娣 译文属译生译世 /201411/341269

Last July, was the hottest month the Earth has ever experienced since human’s started to regularly record temperatures. 去年七月是人类有温度记录以来地球上最热的一个月。According to researchers at NASA, July was 1.51 degrees in Fahrenheit hotter than any of the Earth’s hottest temperatures between the 1950s and 1980s. 据美国航空航天局的研究人员称,七月比20世纪50年代到80年代地球最热温度高1.51华氏度。Scientist blame the high temperatures on man-made pollution and El Nino. 科学家将高温归咎于人为污染和厄尔尼诺现象。Scientist are urging the human race to start taking the steps necessary to prevent further global warming. 科学家敦促人类开始采取必要的措施,以防止进一步的全球变暖。This is a serious issue that can no longer be ignored.这是一个严重的问题,不能再被忽视。译文属。201608/461202

听力参考文本:Aimee Hare is studying to be a teacher. But she has a problem. Before she can take the next step and become a student teacher, she has to pass the Professional Readiness Exam, or PRE. Shes taken the test twice and failed both times.;I consider myself fairly intelligent,; says Hare, ;I have a lot to offer my students and its hindering the abilities I have to give to my future students. This test is in the way.;Michigan has raised the bar for future teachers. Many aspiring teachers are having trouble meeting the higher expectations.Shes not alone. Many prospective teachers are failing the test in Michigan.In the last year of the old Basic Skills test, roughly 9 out of 10 prospective teachers passed. But in the first year of the new Professional Readiness Exam, that pass rate fell to less than a third. Leah Breen is the director of the office of professional preparation services at the Michigan Department of Education.Breen says the old testing standard rested on the question: What does a teacher need to know to be minimally qualified? The new the standard is: What does a teacher need to know to perform effectively?;That language change, as slight as it sounds, has made a big impact on the content that is in our assessments,; says Breen.That language change, as slight as it sounds, has made a big impact on the content that is in our assessments,; says Breen. However, those teaching Michigans future teachers say the new test is not relevant for what most teachers actually need to know.Bob Barnett is the dean of the school of education at the University of Michigan-Flint. He says many students wait until theyve invested two or three years earning a degree before taking the PRE.;If they dont pass when theyre y to student teach, then theyve invested a lot of time and money into a degree that may not ever happen for them,; says Barnett.He fears fewer students passing the exam will significantly decrease the number of new teachers entering the profession.;And so the problem is that we have a teacher shortage ahead of us and a set of rules and regulations that are decreasing the potential number of students who could become teachers,; says Barnett.But the state education departments Leah Breen does not expect the tougher test will lead to a teacher shortage.;We dont think its going to impact our shortage areas, which are sometimes the higher math and sciences, because we expect that those individuals probably wont struggle with the content of the PRE as much as other candidates might,; says Breen.Another potential side effect of the higher standards is that some smaller teaching programs at Michigan colleges and universities could have a hard time attracting enough students. Several schools have aly cut back because of falling interest in teaching as a profession.Many deans say they hope the legislature will do something to change the PRE.But that appears unlikely.State Representative Amanda Price is the chair of the state House Education committee. She says shes glad to see students struggling to pass the Professional Readiness Exam.;If we are going to be world-class in our education system,; says Price, ;it starts with really highly motivated and educated teachers.;Meanwhile, Aimee Hare is not giving up on her quest to become a teacher.;Its very frustrating. Im very frustrated over it,; Hare admits. ;But Im not letting it get the best of me.;State officials expect students will get better at taking the test and they will be better teachers. 201503/367333

Theres a lot of complaining these days that youth sports are too expensive and competitive. And, in fact, kids are dropping out and most sports are on the decline in the U.S.One sport that is not losing players is hockey, which has also changed the way it trains young athletes. The approach has been so successful that the U.S. Olympic Committee recently adopted it.The hockey club in Traverse City was a pioneer in this effort.Kurt Froese can remember exactly where he was when he realized something was wrong. He was at Centre Ice in Traverse City coaching his sons team, kids ages five and six.;And I was having them stop on a line, and no one could stop,; he recalls. ;They could not stop.;Froese says even the best player on the team couldnt stop on a line. They were getting y for a game on a full-sized rink. Thats 200 feet of ice.;The kids couldnt handle a puck, and they had no control on their skates,; he says. ;And I just thought, Why are we doing this?;Fifteen years later, Froese says he understands why they were doing it. He is a chiropractor and he says in many aspects of life—such as health and food—people want instant gratification.For youth hockey, that meant parents expected to see their kids playing a game that looked like the one on TV.;So what it is, at that age, youve got the two best kids from each team going up and down the ice trading scoring chances,; he says. ;The other eight kids on the ice are kind of just watching them, trying to be involved.;National reformBecause of people like Kurt Froese, that is not what happens in many places where kids play hockey today. They play games on half the rink.George Atkinson says they make better players that way. Atkinson is the president of the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association. He says even those fast players, the ones that used to take all the shots, learn more when the rink is smaller and congested.;They have to learn how to control the puck, skate with the puck, work though traffic,; he says, ;all the things that, if theyre ever going to aspire to a high level of hockey, theyre going to have to learn.;This approach to coaching hockey, sometimes referred to as ;development,; was not new even 15 years ago when Kurt Froese was first looking at those hapless five-year-olds in his charge. Froese says back then, USA Hockey recommended that kids practice three times as much as they play in games, but almost nobody followed that advice.;At the time, the travel teams were playing more games than they were practicing,; he says. ;So it was flip flopped.;Kurt Froese began making changes in Traverse City with the teams he coached for the Grand Traverse Hockey Association. For example, his travel team practiced four times as much as they went to games and tournaments.Froese wasnt alone in thinking about all this a decade ago. Officials at USA Hockey were asking similar questions.Ken Martel has directed this work at the national organization. He says they were worried about a problem almost all sports have: Many players burn out and quit by age 12.;A lot will tell you theyre not having fun,; Martel says. ;Theyre being over-coached. Parents are too pushy.;So in , USA Hockey made a few changes, like putting games for eight-and-under players on half ice. And they started working closely with clubs like the one in Traverse City that were making changes on the ground.Martel says people were not happy, particularly not with the switch to half-ice. He says its taken years to convince them this is a better way.;People dont like change,; he says. ;Someone who grew up playing a certain way, its like, Well this is what I did when I grew up, its good enough for me.;Beyond hockeyHockey in Traverse City did not look like what Andrew Hiss remembers in Maine where he grew up. He has two girls who play in Traverse City.Hiss says it took some time to adjust to the smaller rink but there are other differences, too. When he played hockey, the focus was on winning, and he says he has to adjust his expectations as a parent.That is something the club can help him do. He says he recently asked the coach how he should talk with his daughters after a game, and whether he should talk about hustling and being aggressive.;What the coach said was, No, just ask her if she had fun,; Hiss says.Grand Traverse Hockey Association is one of 20 teams in the country to be named a model club by USA Hockey for implementing principles like this.The change in the sport nationwide has been impressive enough to the U.S. Olympic Committee that it recently endorsed the approach and is using it to inspire change in other sports.Chris Snyder is the director of coaching for the Olympic Committee. He says they want to keep kids playing sports.;The less athletes playing sports in the ed States, the less athletes that have a chance to become Olympic caliber,; Snyder says. ;Which means well have less athletes on the podium.;Snyder says when they set out to address this problem, they saw that USA Hockey had developed a model based on lots of research.;It takes the research about how to keep kids in sports, how to make it developmentally appropriate, but also puts expectations on key outcomes, on making sure they have fun,; he says.Snyder says more than 20 sports organizations have pledged to make similar changes in their sports based on the lessons hockey has learned.More than sportsKurt Froese says changing the culture of a sport is hard. He says even when the parents were sold on the new approach in Traverse City, it took a lot of campaigning to get the clubs board to fully buy in.Froese was a semi-professional hockey player in Manitoba but he says this wasnt about hockey. It was about helping kids.;You never get an opportunity to be a child again,; he says. ;It wasnt about hockey itself. Its about how kids learn. And thats what drove me.;201605/443769

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