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逆向式英语口语所谓逆向,即反正统而为之。逆向式英语口语即先从听入手,把基本常用的英语句子听熟,掌握好语音语调,然后经反复操练,以把这些句子变成您自己的语言。逆向式英语口语每期十个句子,中英双语音结合,从基本常用句子入手,注重句子实用性,与您一起告别哑巴式英语。本期句子: 1,有什么好看的节目吗?2,野茂上电视了。3,8频道演什么呢?4,能不能帮我换个台?5,我还想看电视。6,铺床吧。7,我困了。8,作业做了吗?9,好好学习。10,快点睡觉。 点击查看参考参考及注解:1, 有什么好看的节目吗?Are there any good programs on TV?2, 野茂上电视了。Nomo is on TV.3, 8频道演什么呢?What's on Channel 8?4, 能不能帮我换个台?Would you change the channel?5, 我还想看电视。I want to watch more TV.6, 铺床吧。Let's sp out the futon.注解:sp意为“铺开”。futon原本是日文,现在英文中也逐渐使用,意为“被子”。7, 我困了。I'm sleepy.8, 作业做了吗?Did you do your homework? 9, 好好学习。Study hard.10, 快点睡觉。Hurry up and go to sleep. /200607/8286中级英语口语闪电速成[41] /200703/11100

A few years ago, I felt like I was stuck in a rut,几年前,我感觉对老一套感到枯燥乏味,so I decided to follow in the footsteps of the great American philosopher, Morgan Spurlock,所以我决定追随伟大的美国哲学家根·斯普尔洛克的脚步,and try something new for 30 days. The idea is actually pretty simple.尝试做新事情30天。这个想法的确是非常简单。Think about something youve always wanted to add to your life and try it for the next 30 days.考虑下,你常想在你生命中做的一些事情接下来30天尝试做这些。It turns out 30 days is just about the right amount of time to add a new habit or subtract a habit这就是,30天刚好是这么一段合适的时间去养成一个新的习惯或者改掉一个习惯like watching the news — from your life.例如看新闻--在你生活中。Theres a few things I learned while doing these 30-day challenges.当我在30天做这些挑战性事情时,我学到以下一些事。The first was, instead of the months flying by, forgotten, the time was much more memorable.第一件事是,取代了飞逝而过易被遗忘的岁月的是这段时间非常的更加令人难忘。This was part of a challenge I did to take a picture every day for a month.挑战的一部分是要一个月内每天我要去拍摄一张照片。And I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing that day.我清楚地记得那一天我所处的位置我都在干什么。I also noticed that as I started to do more and harder 30-day challenges, my self-confidence grew.我也注意到随着我开始做更多的,更难的30天里具有挑战性的事时,我自信心也增强了。I went from desk-dwelling computer nerd to the kind of guy who bikes to work. For fun!我从一个台式计算机宅男极客变成了一个爱骑自行车去工作的人--为了玩乐。Even last year, I ended up hiking up Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.甚至去年,我完成了在非洲最高山峰乞力马扎罗山的远足。I would never have been that adventurous before I started my 30-day challenges.在我开始这30天做挑战性的事之前我从来没有这样爱冒险过。201706/512318

  To the veteran tuning into this speech from his or her hospital, who has been ignored and disrespected by an ungrateful system for far too long, my father is running for you.对那些在医院收听这场演讲,那些长久以来被忘恩负义的体制忽视和不尊重的经验丰富的人,我父亲正在为你们而选举。To the schoolteacher forced to walk through metal detectors each and every day into an underfunded school, my father is running for you.对那些日复一日被迫通过金属探测器走进资金不足的学校的老师们,我父亲正在为你们而选举。To the laborer watching me right now, forced out of job by undocumented workers, illegal immigrants, my father is running for you.对那些被非法劳工和移民抢占工作的正在收看这场演讲的工人们,我父亲正在为你们而选举。To the oil and gas industry worker denied a job because of radical regulations from a radical EPA, my father is running for you.对那些因激进环保局的激进规定而失去工作机会的油气行业工人们,我父亲正在为你们而选举。To single mothers, to families with special needs children, to middle class families who can no longer afford medical benefits sufficient to cover their everyday needs, my father is running for you.对单亲妈妈、有特殊需求儿童的家庭和再也无法负担医疗需求的中产阶级家庭,我的父亲正在为你们而选举。This November, I ask you to be true to yourself and vote for the candidate who you know is running for the right reasons.这个11月,我请你们遵照本心,为有正确竞选理由的候选人投票。Vote for the candidate who has never been a politician.为一个从未做过政客的候选人投票。Vote for the candidate who has never received a paycheck from our government.为一个从来没有接受过政府薪水的候选人投票。201612/481967

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  即学即用英语会话词典E部分:吃惊进入《即学即用英语会话词典文本》下载页面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 /200708/16256Americans were promised that Obamacare would bring premiums down ,500 for a typical family.当时的政府承诺:奥巴马医改会让美国普通家庭的医保费降至2500美元。Instead, they’ve gone up by more than ,000.而实际上,其费用却涨到了4000多美元。Americans were promised that Obamacare would increase competition and provide them with more choices.当时的政府承诺:奥巴马医改会促进竞争,并为民众提供更多医保选择。Instead, the number of plans to choose from has plummeted – and I mean plummeted.而实际上,可供选择的医保计划数量却急跌——我是说急跌。This year, Americans in nearly one-third of all counties have only one insurer to choose from on the exchanges今天,在全国近三分之一的县,民众在交易市场只有一个保险公司可选择or, in effect, no real choice at all.事实上等于没有选择。Americans were promised that if they liked their health insurance and their doctors, they could keep them.当时的政府承诺:如果你对自己的医保和医生满意,就可以保留。Instead, millions of Americans lost the insurance and lost the doctor that they liked而实际上,上百万美国人失去了他们喜欢的医保和医生,and were thrust into a cold new reality of higher costs and less coverage.而被投入了消费更高保障更少的冰冷现实。Through seven long years of botched rollouts, soaring costs, cancelled plans, and bureaucratic mandates,经历7年的糟糕表现、高额费用、计划取消和官僚指令,Americans have called out for relief.美国人一直在呼唤救援。201705/509648Hi, everybody. Its now been 45 days since I nominated Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. Judge Garland is a man of experience, integrity, and unimpeachable qualifications. Judge Garland is someone who Senate Republicans are on record saying is “a man of accomplishment and keen intellect;” a man whos “honest and capable;” a man whose “reputation is beyond reproach.” Those are all es from Republicans in the Senate.大家好!自我提名梅里克·加兰德出任最高法院大法官至今已经过去45天了。加兰德法官经验丰富、为人正直,出任这一职位对他而言实至名归。参议院的一些共和党人士称加兰德法官是“一位成就突出、才智出众的人”、是“诚实而有能力的人”、是一位“声誉无可指摘的人”。这些言论都来自于参议院的共和党人之口。But so far, most Senate Republicans have refused to even meet with Judge Garland. Which means theyve also refused to do their job and hold a hearing on his nomination, or an up-or-down vote. But theyve still found time to head home for recess over the next week.但时至今日,大部分的共和党参议员依然拒绝与加兰德法官会面。这也意味着他们依然不想承担他们的职责,召开关于他的提名的听会或进行一场表决投票。但再过一周他们就会忙着回家度假了。This is an abdication of the Senates responsibility. Every Supreme Court nominee since 1875 who hasnt withdrawn from the process has received a hearing or a vote. For over 40 years, theres been an average of 67 days between a nomination and a hearing. This time should be no different. This is not about partisan politics–its about upholding the institutions that make our democracy work.这是对参议院职责的亵渎。自1875年以来,任何一位最高法院大法官的提名都没有在听会或投票阶段被撤回。过去的40多年里,从提名到听会的平均时间间隔是67天。这一次也不应该出现例外。这不是两党政治斗争的问题,而是坚持让我们的民主体系正常运转的问题。Theres a reason Judge Garland has earned the respect of people from both political parties. As a young lawyer, he left a lucrative private firm to work in public service. He went to oversee the federal response to the Oklahoma City bombing. For the last 19 years, Judge Garland has served on the D.C. Circuit Court–often called “the Second Highest Court in the Land”–and for the past three years, hes served as that courts Chief Judge. In fact, Judge Merrick Garland has more federal judicial experience than any other Supreme Court nominee in history. With a brilliant mind, a kind spirit, and a good heart, he has dedicated his life to protecting our rights, and ensuring that the voices of everyday Americans are heard.加兰德法官能够赢得两党的共同尊敬是有原因的。作为一名年轻律师,他离开了待遇优厚的私人律所,来到公共部门务。他曾前往俄克拉荷马市爆炸案现场视察联邦应急处置情况。过去19年里,加兰德法官一直在华盛顿特区巡回法院供职,这一法院通常被称为“全国第二高等法院”,过去的3年里,他还是该法院的首席大法官。实际上,梅里克·加兰德法官拥有比历史上其他最高法院大法官提名人选更多的联邦司法经历。他头脑睿智、善良仁义,他把一生都奉献给保护人民权利的事业,确保每一位美国人都可以表达自己的意见。So there is absolutely no reason for Republican Senators to deny him the basic courtesy of a hearing and a vote–the same courtesy that has been extended to others. This refusal to treat a Supreme Court nomination with the seriousness it deserves is what makes people so cynical about Washington. Thats why poll after poll shows a majority of Americans think Senate Republicans should do their job; give Judge Garland a hearing; and give Judge Garland a vote.因此,共和党参议员们完全没有理由拒绝为他举行听会和投票,因为他们为其他人都做到了这一点。这种拒绝严肃对待最高法院大法官提名人选的做法,会让人们对华盛顿嗤之以鼻。正因如此,一轮又一轮的民意测验说明,大部分美国人都认为共和党参议员应该做好自己的工作,给加兰德法官一次听和投票表决的机会。For all of our political differences, Americans understand that what unites us is far greater than what divides us. And in the middle of a volatile political season, it is more important than ever that we fulfill our duties–in good faith–as public servants. The Supreme Court must remain above partisan politics. Ive done my job–I nominated someone as qualified as Merrick Garland. Now its time for the Senate to do their job. Give Judge Garland a hearing. Give Judge Garland an up-or-down vote. Treat him–and our democracy–with the respect they deserve.对于我们在政治上的分歧,美国人民都很清楚,让我们团结在一起的因素比让我们分裂的因素要强大的多。在总统竞选白热化的时期,我们作为公职人员,真心实意地履行我们的职责就显得尤为重要。最高法院的提名人选事宜理应超越党派政治之争。我已经完成了我的工作,我提名梅里克·加兰德这位有资格出任这一职位的人选。现在,轮到参议院做好他们的工作了。请给加兰德法官一次听、投票的机会。以尊重的心态对待他,以敬畏的心对待我们的民主制度。Thanks for listening, and have a great weekend.谢谢收听,祝大家周末愉快! 201605/441031

  048 education Words Nursery school kindergarten elementary school primary school middle school junior high school Senior high school college/university public private tuition semester trimester quarter class lesson Subject term graduate graduation diploma degree classroom extracurricular lecture grant Further education professor bachelor’s master’s doctorate Phrases Take an exam Pass/fail an exam Pursue further education Beginner A: could you tell me your education background? B: sure. Where shall I begin? A: where did you go to university? B: I went to the university of ohio, in America. A; what degree did you get? B: I got a bachelor’s degree. A: what was your major? B: I majored in English and minored in Chinese. A: what was you G.P.A? B: I graduated with honors; I had a 3.9. A: do you plan to pursue further education? B: yes. I’d like to obtain a master’s degree in international relations. A: when do you think you will do that? B: after I have 3-4 years of word experience. A: I see. Intermediate A: hi, Melissa! How are you doing? B; I’m so stressed! I don’t know where to go to school and what to major in! A: don’t worry. You have plenty of time to decide. B: actually, I don’t. if I want to get grants and scholarships to help me pay for tuition, then I need to apply by Monday. A: oh, I see. Well, let me see if I can help you. What’s your favorite subject? B: I like English, math, art, and music. A: ok. Which one do you like the most? B; I guess I’d have to say English . I usually do pretty well in English classed, too. A: which subject do you get your highest grades in? B: actually, that would have to be math. A: ok, well. What kind of job do you want to get when you graduate? B; I don’t know. All I know is that I want to make lots of money! A: alright. So, is it more important to you to make money or to enjoy your work? b; in a perfect world, I would enjoy my word, not have to do much, and make lots of money! A: ok. Stop dreaming. Since you sound a bit unsure, I’d suggest taking bout math and English classes your first semester to see which you enjoy more. You can always change your mind. B; that’s a good idea. But what about deciding on where to go to college? A: why don’t we go take a tour of some of the universities around here this weekend? B; that sounds like a great idea, but to be honest, I’ve aly decide that I don’t want to go to school near home. A: oh? Why not? B; I need to broaden my horizons. That’s what you always say, right? A: yes, maybe one time too many. /200705/13588

  Its what led patriots to choose republic over tyranny, pioneers to trek west, slaves to brave that makeshift railroad to freedom.正是这一召唤引领着爱国者推翻暴政、选择共和,引领着西进运动,引领着勇敢的奴隶们建造通向自由的地下铁路。Its what pulled immigrants and refugees across oceans and the Rio Grande.它也吸引着大批移民和难民越过大洋、越过格兰德河(位于美墨之间)来到这片土地,Its what pushed women to reach for the ballot.鼓动女性走向投票站,Its what powered workers to organize.给工人们以团结的动力。Its why GIs gave their lives at Omaha Beach and Iwo Jima, Iraq and Afghanistan.这是为什么美国大兵在奥马哈海滩(译者注:奥马哈海滩为二战诺曼底战役中盟军主要登陆点之一的代号)、硫磺岛战役(译者注:硫磺岛战役为二战太平洋战争中最激烈的战斗之一)、伊拉克和阿富汗中挥洒鲜血,And why men and women from Selma to Stonewall were prepared to give theirs, as well.为什么从塞尔玛(译者注:1965年马丁·路德·金在塞尔玛领导争取黑人权益的抗议游行)到格林尼治石墙(译者注:1969年美国同性恋者在格林尼治石墙酒吧进行暴力示威,争取权利)的男男女女也都准备好了,要献出他们的生命。So thats what we mean when we say America is exceptional -- not that our nation has been flawless from the start,这就是为什么我们说美国是一个独特的国家——并不是说我们的国家从一开始就完美无瑕,but that we have shown the capacity to change and make life better for those who follow.而是我们有能力做出改变,让追随美国梦的人拥有更好的生活。Yes, our progress has been uneven.是的,我们取得的进步并不对每个人来说都是公平的,The work of democracy has always been hard. Its always been contentious. Sometimes its been bloody.民主的事业总是艰难的、充满争议的,有时甚至是血腥的。For every two steps forward, it often feels we take one step back.我们前进两步,给人的感觉却是我们退后了一步。But the long sweep of America has been defined by forward motion, a constant widening of our founding creed to embrace all and not just some.但是,美国仍然一直在前进,我们的立国信条会拥抱越来越多的人,拥抱所有人,而不只是部分人。201701/488499

  Writing biography is a strange thing to do.撰写传记是一件不可思议的事情Its a journey into the foreign territory of somebody elses life,记下别人的一生就如异国旅程一样a journey, an exploration that can take you places you never dreamed of going这段旅程让你探索那些从未想过的地方and still cant quite believe youve been, especially if, like me, youre an agnostic Jew即使曾去过那里,你自己都不敢相信,尤其当你像我一样,是一位不可知论者、一位犹太人and the life youve been exploring is that of Muhammad.而你所探索的旅程就是“穆罕默德”的生平Five years ago, for instance,举例来说,五年前I found myself waking each morning in misty Seattle to what I knew was an impossible question:当每天在晨雾弥漫的西雅图醒来时,我常想到一个很困难的问题What actually happened one desert night, half the world and almost half of history away?隔着半个地球,半页历史,在沙漠中某个夜晚到底发生了什么事?What happened, that is, on the night in the year 610公元610年的某个夜晚,when Muhammad received the first revelation of the Koran on a mountain just outside Mecca?当穆罕默德在麦加郊外一处山上第一次领受古兰经启示时,到底发生了什么事?This is the core mystical moment of Islam, and as such, of course, it defies empirical analysis.这是伊斯兰教最关键的神秘时刻,那当然啦,是无法对其进行实例分析的Yet the question wouldnt let go of me.然而这问题挥之不去I was fully aware that for someone as secular as I am, just asking it could be seen as pure chutzpah.我完全了解像我这样的非宗教人士,问这样的问题真是放肆无礼And I plead guilty as charged, because all exploration, physical or intellectual,我承认这一点,因为肉体上或精神上的任何探索is inevitably in some sense an act of transgression, of crossing boundaries.都无法避免地有亵渎且冒犯之意201609/466923。

  VOA流行美语 55: ALREADY / ONE TO TALK今天Michael和李华到了一家中餐馆吃饭,二人正在点菜。李华学到了两个词儿:aly和one to talk。L: 啊,我的天啊,我饿死了。这菜单上每一个菜我都爱吃。M: OK, just order something aly!L: Michael, 你说什么?我什么菜都还没点,连务生都还没来呢,你怎么就说"aly"呢?M: No, no, Li Hua, I said, "Order something aly!" I meant that you should hurry up.L: 噢,所以,你在这儿用了"aly",就是叫我快一点啊。可是你把这个字用在句子的最后面,这种用法好奇怪哟!M: When we say "aly" at the end of a sentence, sometimes we are showing that we are impatient, that we want somebody to stop waiting and to do something.L: 噢,我懂了。你能不能再给我举个例子啊?M: OK. Remember when we were stopped at a light earlier today? The car in front of me didn't move when the light turned green, so I yelled -- "Come on, move aly!"L: 嗯,我懂了,我懂了,这个习惯用语很简单嘛。M: Yeah? Well, go ahead! Make a sentence aly!L: O.K. 你不是老是说那个叫Cindy的女孩儿有多可爱吗? So come on, ask her out aly!M: Um, well, the sentence is correct, but I don't really know Cindy that well. I'm a little shy around girls, you know.L: 管他呢,你怕什么? Just talk to her aly!M: Well, actually I've talked to her before, but I was really nervous. I did get her phone number. I told her I might call her if I missed class and needed to borrow her notes.L: 啊,你已经有她的电话号码啦!那你还等什么?要是她肯把电话号码给你,她对你一定有兴趣的。 Call her aly!M: All right! All right! Shut up aly! I'll call her.L: 嘿, Michael,我是要帮你的忙啊!你干嘛跟我发脾气?M: I'm sorry, Li Hua. I shouldn't have told you to shut up. Hey, the waiter is coming. I'm hungry. Go ahead and choose something aly!L: 嗯,我想我要点宫爆鸡丁。******L: 嗨,Michael, 你知不知道有的时候你可真无礼啊。M: I'm rude? You're one to talk, Li Hua!L: 哎,你说我什么,Michael?你要是还在生气的话,我现在就走了。M: Please, calm down Li Hua. I said, "You're one to talk." I meant that you shouldn't say I am rude when you yourself are rude.L: 好了,我知道有的时候我也很粗鲁啦。所以,Michael,你说:You're one to talk,是不是就是说我们俩都半斤八两,我不用说你,其实我自己也是很粗鲁的?M: That's right. When you told me I can be rude, I thought that that was rude. So I said, "You're one to talk!" That means, you have the same problem, so you shouldn't criticize me.L: 噢,我懂了,其实我也不是要对你那么粗鲁。我只是替你担心,因为你老是说你很寂寞,可是你又不肯主动去找女孩子,你太害羞了。M: I'm shy? You're one to talk! What about you? You are always too shy to meet new guys.L: Well, 在中国,女孩子本来就不会主动去约男孩子的嘛!总是男的要去找女的。M: That's not a good excuse. I think you're just too picky.L: 什么?你说我太挑剔?You're one to talk! 你自己不也老是说你碰不到既聪明又有教养的女孩?你这不也自以为是吗?M: I'm too proud of myself? You're one to talk! You wouldn't even consider going out with a guy if he didn't have a Master's degree.L: 好了,好了,Michael, 我们不要再吵了,反正也吵不出什么道理来。M: Yeah, sorry, let's just forget about it. Hey look, our food is here.L: So eat aly! 咱们早该吃了。MC: 各位听众,李华今天和Michael一起在餐馆点菜的时候,学到了两个美国用语的用法。Aly用在命令式句子的后面时,相当于普通话里面常说的:"早该如何如何"的意思。You're one to talk!则相当于"你竟然敢说这话,我们俩都半斤八两"的意思。 /200602/3130

  Come on. We weren’t just going to stop there.拜托。我们哪能这就说完呢。Come on. Although I am a little hurt that he’s not here tonight.拜托啊!虽然,他今晚缺席这让我有点受伤。We had so much fun that last time, and it is surprising.上次我们玩得那么开心,而且这事令人惊讶。You’ve got a room full of reporters, celebrities, cameras.有一屋子记者、明星、摄像机。And he says no. Is this dinner too tacky for the Donald?他竟然会拒绝。川普觉得这晚宴太土了吗?What could he possibly be doing instead?他不来晚宴会去干什么呢?Is he at home eating a Trump steak, tweeting out insults to Angela Merkel? What’s he doin’?他会待在家里吃着川普牛排,然后上推特喷默克尔吗?The republican establishment is incredulous that he is their most likely nominee.共和党建制派不敢相信川普是他们最有希望的党内提名,Incredulous. Shocking.难以置信!震惊了!They say Donald lacks the foreign policy experience to be president.他们说川普缺乏当总统的外交经验。But in fairness, he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world:不过老实说,多年来他一直跟世界各国领袖们接触,Miss Sweden, Miss Argentina, Miss Azerbaijan.比如瑞典啊,阿根廷啊,阿塞拜疆啊。And there is one area where Donald’s experience could be invaluable有一个领域川普的经验非常有用,and that’s closing Guantanamo那就是关闭关塔那监狱,because Trump knows a thing or two about running waterfront properties into the ground.因为对于把水边的地产搞砸这事川普还是在行的。Alright, that is probably enough. I mean I’ve got more material.这样算是差不多了,我还有更多段子。No, no, no. I don’t want to spend too much time on The Donald.不不不。不过我不想在川普身上花太多时间。Following your lead, I want to show some restraint.跟你们学习我也要克制一下。Because I think we can all agree that from the start,因为我们都同意的一点是,从最开始,he’s gotten the appropriate amount of coverage befitting the seriousness of his candidacy.他就得到了跟他的靠谱程度相匹配的曝光率。201607/455022

  Ladies and gentlemen, we are at an historic juncture. Trade liberalization and economic growth is a permanent goal for all of us as WTO Members. While I acknowledge that in some parts of the world this goal is seen as a threat rather than an opportunity, the negotiations under the Doha Development Agenda must press ahead. We must vigorously defend the integrity and effectiveness of the multilateral trading system.各位,我们正处于历史时刻。自由贸易和经济发展,是我们作为世贸成员的恒常目标。我知道,世界有些地方视这目标为威胁多于机遇,但我们必须全力推进多哈发展议程的贸易谈判。我们必须奋力确保多边贸易制度保持健全及具成效。This Conference is a golden opportunity for us to demonstrate our collective resolve to improve the lives of peoples throughout the world through progressive trade liberalization. That is what we committed ourselves to do when the Round was launched four years ago in Doha.这个会议提供了一个黄金机会,让我们一同展示决心,通过进一步的贸易自由化,继续改善各地人民的生活。这是四年前我们展开多哈回合谈判时,立意要达到的工作目标。This week, all eyes are on Hong Kong. As host and Chair of the Conference, we will do our utmost to bring about a successful outcome. But we cannot do it ourselves. We are relying on your support and commitment to accomplish this mission. I am sure it will be forthcoming.这个星期,全球注视香港。作为主办城市,也是会议主席,我们会竭尽所能争取美满成果。但香港不能独力完成这项使命,必须得到各位的持和承担才能达到目标。我深信大家会乐于为此给予持和作出承担。201702/493949

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