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2019年09月22日 17:01:58 | 作者:医养生 | 来源:新华社
Do you mind not slurping Denise?丹尼斯,可以不要咂着嘴喝茶吗?This is thirsty work.我说这么多话很渴。Now is everyone clear about what to do if there is a fire alarm?现在大家都清楚听见火警后该怎么做了吧?Its usually a false alarm anyway.一般都是假警报罢了。Thats not the point. Now Anna, what about smoking?那个不是重点。安娜,关于吸烟呢?No smoking on company premises. But it wasnt me, it was Mr Ingle.办公场所禁止吸烟。但那不是我,是英格尔先生。Mr Ingle!英格尔先生。I see, so it was Mr Ingle smoking in the warehouse. You should have told me Anna. Sorry!我知道了,所以是英格尔先生在库房吸烟。你应该早点告诉我,安娜。 对不起。Right, Im going to have to look into this.好了,我会调查一下这件事的。Back to work everyone… oh and take a biscuit with you.大家可以回去工作了……拿点儿点心吧。So Annas let the cat out of the bag – Mr Ingle wont be pleased – but at least she now knows what do if a fire breaks out.安娜把秘密说出来了——英格尔先生会不高兴的——但是至少现在她知道了火灾发生的时候自己该做什么了。 /201702/491071Chaos in Somalia Leads to Tragedy in Gulf of Aden联合国:亚丁湾人口偷渡最近增加 UNHCR reports at least 52 Somalis died when the boat smuggling them across the Gulf of Aden to Yemen broke down, leaving them adrift with no food or water for 18 days. The UNHCR says this latest tragedy coincides with a recent upsurge in people smuggling across the Gulf of Aden. 联合国难民署报告说,一艘偷渡船在穿越亚丁海前往也门时抛锚,船上人员漂流了18天没有水喝也没有进食,至少52名索马里人丧生。联合国难民事务高级专员公署说,在这起惨剧发生的同时,穿越亚丁湾的人口偷渡最近有所增加。According to the U.N. refugee agency, survivors say the boat left Marera on the Somali coast with at least 124 passengers on September 3 and the engine stopped several hours into the voyage. 联合国难民署说,幸存者说这艘船9月3号载著124人从索马里的马里拉海港出发。开出来几个小时之后引擎就熄火了。The survivors report knife-wielding smugglers told passengers they would travel to the Somali city of Bossaso in a smaller boat to re-charge a battery and then return. UNHCR spokesman, Ron Redmond, says the smugglers abandoned them.  幸存者说,挥舞刀具的蛇头对船上的人说,他们要乘坐小一点的船到索马里城市沙索充电,然后回来。联合国难民署发言人雷德蒙德说,这些蛇头丢下这些人跑了。"And, the passengers were left to drift for 18 days without food or water. During the voyage, 38 men and 10 women died. The survivors said their bodies were thrown overboard in the Gulf of Aden," Redmond added. "When they finally did reach the coast, three of the survivors jumped into the water off shore to swim to the beach to alert authorities that the boat was out there. One of those who jumped overboard did not make it, is missing and feared drowned."  雷德蒙德说:“船上这些人被留在船上,漂流了18天,没有吃的也没有水。38名男子和10名妇女死在途中。幸存者说,他们的尸体从船上扔到亚丁湾里。他们最后到岸边时,三名幸存者跳到水中并游上岸,向有关当局发出信号,说船在那边。其中跳入水中的一个人没有游上岸失踪,估计已经淹死了。”The UNHCR reports a sharp increase in the number of people being smuggled across the Gulf of Aden. It says more than 31,000 have arrived in Yemen so far this year.  联合国难民署报告说,穿越亚丁海偷渡的人数急剧增加,到今年目前为止,已经有3千1百多人偷渡到也门。That includes more than 21,000 Somalis and nearly 10,000 Ethiopians. The UNHCR says around 230 people have died while making the perilous voyage and more than 260 are missing. 其中包括2万1千名索马里人和大约1万名埃塞俄比亚人。联合国难民署说,大约230人在危险的偷渡途中丧生,260多人失踪。Redmond tells VOA the brutality of the smugglers is well known as are the dangers of voyaging on rickety, overcrowded vessels. Nevertheless, he says the situation in the Horn of Africa, particularly in Somalia, is so bad they are willing to risk their lives to escape. 雷德蒙德对美国之音说,人们知道蛇头很残酷,乘坐摇晃和过于拥挤的船只有危险。但是,他说,“非洲之角”特别是索马里的局势恶劣,所以这些人愿意冒著生命危险逃离。"A lot of the Somalis who reach Yemen tell us that they have nothing left to lose," he said. "That they see no hope for the future, that the conflict in Somalia has gone on for so long that they see no future for themselves and they see no future for their children. So, they take this enormous risk and many of them have died. Hundreds and hundreds have died and many hundreds are also missing."  雷德蒙德说:“许多偷渡到也门的索马里人告诉我们说,他们没有留下任何可以失去的东西。他们看不到未来的希望,索马里的冲突进行了这么久,他们看不到自己的希望,更看不到孩子的希望。所以,他们冒著这么巨大的风险,而且许多也丧了命。好几百人死了,好几百人还失踪了。”Redmond admits there is a limit to what the international community can do to stop this deadly traffic. Until there is a political solution to the nearly two-decade-old conflict in Somalia, he says these tragedies will continue. 雷德蒙德承认国际社会要阻止这种致命的偷渡活动所能作的很有限。他说,除非政治解决索马里这场大约20年的冲突,否则这些惨剧还将继续下去。200810/51273Clinton Challenges Obama to Debate克林顿挑战奥巴马要一对一辩论   Senator Hillary Clinton is challenging her Democratic Party presidential rival, Senator Barack Obama, to a debate. The call is part of the escalating rhetoric between the two as they campaign in the central state of Indiana.  美国民主党总统参选人希拉里.克林顿参议员向党内竞选对手巴拉克.奥巴马参议员提出进行辩论的挑战。目前双方正在美国中部的印第安纳州全力竞选,言词交锋日益激烈。Clinton is trailing Obama in delegates and in the popular vote, and she has been putting pressure on him to hold more debates before the May 6 primary elections in Indiana and the Southern state of North Carolina. On Saturday, Clinton called for a 90-minute debate without a moderator. "I hope we will be able to have a good old-fashioned Lincoln-Douglas debate right here in Indiana, so that you can see for yourself to make the decision about who our next President should be," she said. 克林顿参议员的代表票和选民票都落后于奥巴马参议员。克林顿一直在向奥巴马施加压力,要求他在5月6号印第安州以及北卡罗来纳州举行初选之前进行更多的辩论。星期六,克林顿参议员呼吁进行一场没有主持人的90分钟的辩论。她说:“我希望我们能够在印第安纳州进行一场林肯-道格拉斯式的老派辩论,以便选民们亲眼看看并决定应该选谁担任下一届总统。”The style of debating where each side presents an argument gets its name from the 1858 debates in Illinois between U.S. Senate candidates Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas. 1858年,美国联邦参议院候选人林肯和道格拉斯在伊利诺伊州进行了多次辩论,双方在辩论中各自提出自己的观点。后来,人们把这种辩论方式称为林肯-道格拉斯式的辩论。Obama's campaign aides say they are studying the debate request. Obama has complained that in the last debate, on April 16th, the moderators focused too much on political trivia and too little on real issues.  奥巴马竞选助手表示,他们正在研究这个辩论请求。奥巴马抱怨说,上一次在4月16号举行的辩论中,主持人过于注重鸡毛蒜皮的小事,而对真正的议题几乎没有触及。Clinton told a crowd in South Bend, Indiana Saturday she is focusing on the substance of the issues, while Obama is relying on style. "I have been very specific across Indiana and America to talk about solutions, because my campaign is about solutions, not speeches. It is about working to make the changes that we know we must have," she said. 星期六,克林顿参议员在印第安纳州的南本德市对集会人群表示,她注重问题的实质,而奥巴马却依赖形式。她说:“我在全美和印第安纳州一直在详细论述解决问题的办法,因为我的竞选就是要找到解决问题的办法,而不是夸夸其谈,我们要努力实现变革,我们知道,这些变革是必须进行的。”At a rally in Anderson, Indiana, Obama responded to critics who say he has not been tough enough in responding to Clinton's verbal jabs. "I am not interested in fighting people just for the sake of scoring political points or getting on the cable news shows. If I am going to fight somebody, it is going to be fighting over the American people and what they need. I will fight for health care. I will fight for a good education system. I will fight to make sure that people have good jobs and good wages. I will fight to the death to make sure that America is safe. Those things I will fight for. That is what I will fight about," he said. 在印第安纳州安德生市的一个集会上,当有人批评奥巴马对待克林顿的口舌箭反应不够强硬时,奥巴马回答说:“我不希望仅仅是为了赢得政治得分或攀上有线电视新闻节目而与某人作战。如果我要和某人作战,我就要为美国人民以及他们的需要而战,就要为改善医疗保健、争取好的教育体制,确保人民有好的工作和收入而战。我会为确保美国的安全而奋战至死。这些才是我要为之而战的事情。”Polls show that Obama has a substantial lead in North Carolina, and that in Indiana, the two Democrats are either even or Obama has a slight lead. 民意调查显示,奥巴马在北卡罗来纳州遥遥领先,而在印第安纳州,两位民主党总统竞选人要么不相上下,要么奥巴马略微领先。The presumptive Republican nominee, Senator John McCain, did not make any campaign appearances Saturday, after appearing in the Southern state of Arkansas Friday with former Governor Mike Huckabee, a one-time rival for the Republican presidential nomination.  基本获得共和党总统候选人提名的麦凯恩参议员星期六没有在竞选活动中亮相。星期五,他和前阿肯色州州长哈克比一起出现在阿肯色州。哈克比一度是共和党总统竞选人之一。 200804/36785

big-rig ———— 商用大卡车(名词,俚语)英文释义 (noun, SLANG) A large commercial truck, usually having eighteen wheels.例句 The narrow road was completely blocked by a big-rig that had collided with a bus.一辆商用大卡车与一辆公交车相撞,狭窄的道路被彻底阻塞了。 /201609/464989

Bush Calls for Action on Economic Challenges布什吁国会采取行动振兴经济 President George Bush says the ed States faces difficult economic times - a situation made worse by congressional inaction. 美国总统布什星期二在白宫举行的记者会上说,美国正面临经济困难时期,而国会缺乏行动则使目前的经济困难进一步恶化。President Bush says he does not know whether America's sagging economic performance meets the technical definition of a recession. But he says, without a doubt, conditions are "tough" for Americans struggling with high energy prices, soaring food costs, a plummeting housing market and tight credit."Across our country, many Americans are understandably anxious about issues affecting their pocketbook: from gas and food prices to mortgage and tuition bills," Mr. Bush said.  布什总统说,他不知道美国经济疲软是否满足了经济衰退的严格定义。但是他表示,毫无疑问,目前的状况对于美国人来说确实难以招架,因为他们正面对能源价格暴涨、食品价格飙升、房屋市场狂跌和信贷市场紧缩的局面而苦苦挣扎。布什总统说:“在全国各地,很多美国人都对影响他们钱包的问题忧心忡忡:从汽油和食品价格,到房屋按揭和学杂费,不一而足。”Speaking in the White House Rose Garden, Mr. Bush said his administration has made a series of proposals to shield the American people from the worst effects of the economic turndown and to address long-term energy needs. But, he said Congress has refused to act on the proposals from extending tax cuts to expanding America's oil refinery capacity. 布什总统是在白宫玫瑰园向记者发表这番讲话的。他说,他领导的政府提出了一系列建议来保护美国人民,防止他们受到经济下滑的最恶劣的影响,解决他们长期的能源需求问题,比如,延长减税期限和扩大美国炼油厂的生产能力,然而国会却拒绝就这些建议采取行动。He was particularly critical of congressional resistance to authorizing oil exploration in a national wildlife refuge in Alaska, known as ANWAR. 他特别批评国会反对授权在阿拉斯加州的一个国家野生动植物保护区勘探石油。"Members of Congress have been vocal about foreign governments increasing their oil production, yet Congress has been just as vocal in opposition to efforts to expand our production here at home," Mr. Bush said. "They have repeatedly blocked environmentally safe exploration in ANWAR. The Department of Energy estimates that ANWAR could allow America to produce about a million additional barrels of oil every day."  布什说:“国会议员们口口声声地要求外国政府增加他们的石油产量,可是同时却又口口声声地反对在我们国内扩大石油生产。他们再三阻挠在阿拉斯加州的国家野生动植物保护区勘探石油,尽管这种勘探从环保角度来看是安全的。能源部估计,如果在阿拉斯加州的国家野生动植物保护区勘探石油,那将给美国每天增加大约一百万桶的石油。”Mr. Bush urged congressional leaders of both parties to work together and take concrete steps to address America's economic and energy needs. 布什总统敦促国会民主-共和两党的领导人相互合作,采取具体步骤,满足美国的经济和能源需求。His comments provoked a swift response from congressional Democrats, who control both legislative houses. New York Senator Charles Schumer says the president is out of touch with the American people, and late in leading the charge for action on the economy. 然而布什总统的这番话立即遭到国会民主党人的反驳。美国国会参众两院目前都在民主党的控制之下。来自纽约州的民主党参议员查尔斯.舒默说,布什总统完全脱离了美国人民,尤其是在振兴经济方面行动迟缓。"The president and the White House have repeatedly ignored repeated shots across the bow of our economy: rising foreclosures, falling home prices, withering consumer confidence, and record oil company profits," Schumer said. "None of them are being addressed." 舒默说:“总统和白宫一再忽视我国经济反复发出的信号:丧失抵押住房赎回权的人数增加,房屋价格大幅度下滑,消费者信心日益低落,石油公司的利润破记录地上升。这些问题全都没有得到处理。”On Alaskan oil drilling, Mr. Schumer said it would take years before new crude started flowing, and that the oil generated would have a negligible affect on gasoline prices. 在阿拉斯加的石油勘探问题上,舒默参议员说,新的油田投产需要很多年的时间,而那里生产的石油对于汽油价格的影响将是微乎其微的。The back-and-forth between the White House and Capitol Hill on economic matters came amid a mixed batch of U.S. financial indicators. U.S. consumer confidence now stands at a five-year low, a sign that consumer spending may slow in the months to come. Another report shows U.S. housing prices dropped in February at the fastest rate ever recorded.  就在白宫和国会就经济问题唇舌剑地相互指责的时候,新出炉的经济数据可以说是有好有坏。美国的消费者信心现在下降到五年来的最低水平,暗示在今后的几个月中,消费者出将会走缓。另外一份报告显示,美国的住房价格在2月份以前所未有的幅度下滑。On a more positive note for American consumers, oil prices receded amid reports of falling domestic demand for fossil fuels. 不过,对于美国消费者来说,也有一个积极的迹象:由于有报告说美国国内对化石燃料的需求有所减少,石油价格开始回落。 200804/37043

Hello, welcome back to Tip Top Trading where Anna is going downstairs to speak to warehouse manager, Mr Ingle.你们好,欢迎回到Tip Top Trading,安娜正往楼下走准备跟仓库经理英格尔先生谈谈。You’re looking a bit nervous…你看起来有点紧张……I am. Denise says if I speak to him in the wrong way, he might bite my head off!确实。丹尼斯说如果我说话的方式不对,他可能会咬掉我的头(发怒)!Relax Anna. It’s just an expression to mean he might be a bit aggressive.放松,安娜。这种表达只是说他可能会有点生气。You’ll be fine, just use the right polite phrases… oh, and smile!不会有事的,只要使用正确的礼貌用语,并且微笑!OK, I will. Oh look here I am…好的,我会的,看,我到了。Mr Ingle, are you there?英格尔先生,你在那里吗?I’d be most grateful if you could give me some…我会很感激的,如果你能给我一些……Oh, what’s that smell… and smoke… Mr Ingle!这是什么味,还有烟……英格尔先生!Mr Ingle. You’re smoking!英格尔先生,你在抽烟!Well… it’s my lunch break… so I’m allowed to smoke a cigarette, aren’t I?这是我的午休时间,所以我可以吸烟,不是吗?Really? Are you sure?真的?你确定?No, he’s not Anna! Smoking inside a public building is illegal – it’s against the law.不,他不行,安娜!在公共场合内吸烟是违法的。It’s dangerous too - you’ve got to do something about this.这还很危险,你得做点什么。Oh right. Mmm, er, Mr Ingle, you mustn’t smoke… it’s wrong.好吧。英格尔先生,你不能吸烟,这是不对的。 /201702/490898

Afghanistan's top intelligence officer is rejecting a U.S. estimate that only 30 percent of the country is under the control of the central government in Kabul. Amrullah Saleh suggested U.S. officials misunderstand Afghanistan's traditional governing system using local tribes. 阿富汗高级情报官员否认了美国估算的阿富汗中央政府仅仅控制阿富汗30%的地区的说法。阿富汗情报局局长萨利赫认为,美国官员们误解了阿富汗使用地方部落来进行管理的传统管理制度。Last week, U.S. Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell said most of Afghanistan is controlled by local tribes, about 10 percent is controlled by Taliban fighters and less than one third of the territory is controlled by President Hamid Karzai's government.  美国国家情报总监麦康奈尔上星期说,阿富汗的大部分地区被地方部落控制,塔利班战士控制了大约10%的地区,而阿富汗总统卡尔扎伊领导的政府仅仅控制了不到三分之一的地区。On Monday in Kabul, Afghanistan's intelligence chief dismissed the claim. 阿富汗情报局局长萨利赫星期一在喀布尔否认了这一说法。He said the percentage in that statement was totally baseless.  他说,美国发表的这份声明中的数据是完全没有根据的。Amrulleh Saleh said that eight of the country's 364 districts, which account for about five percent of the land and two percent of Afghanistan's population, are outside central government control.  萨利赫说,在阿富汗的364个地区中,有8个地区不受阿富汗中央政府的控制,这8个地区大约占阿富汗土地面积的5%,占阿富汗总人口的2%。During a news conference in Kabul, he blamed the widely divergent estimates on U.S. officials misunderstanding how Afghanistan's traditional tribal governing system functions.  在喀布尔召开的一次新闻发布会上,萨利赫批评美国官员由于误解了阿富汗传统的部落统治制度的运作方式,以致其估算产生了大幅度的偏差。"While in America, an administration fully backed by tribal chiefs or dominated by tribal chiefs may be seen as a liability," said Saleh. "But here we see it as a very strong asset." 他说:“在美国,由部落领袖持或控制的政府可能被看作是一种负担,但是在阿富汗,我们把它看作是一种非常强大的资产。” But there are questions about how loyal these local tribal leaders are to carrying out the agenda of the Karzai government.  不过,至于这些地方部落领袖在执行阿富汗政府的计划方面有多么忠诚,这还是个疑问。London-based Paul Burton is a policy analyst with the Senlis Council, a research organization studying drug and security issues in Afghanistan. He says the loyalty of local tribal leaders to the central government depends in a large part on Kabul's ability to deliver benefits to them.  居住在伦敦的伯顿是森利斯委员会的政策分析人士。森利斯委员会是研究阿富汗毒品与安全问题的研究机构。他说,地方部落领袖对阿富汗中央政府的忠诚度很大程度上取决于喀布尔方面能否给他们提供一些好处。 In southern Afghanistan, Burton says the central government struggles to provide even basic services.  伯顿说,在阿富汗南部,阿富汗中央政府甚至还不能提供基本的务项目。"We document, on a regular basis, an appalling lack of aid going to core infrastructure such as hospitals - in Kandahar for example," he said. "So within that context I think it is impossible for local tribal leaders to feel a great degree of warmth toward the center when they are seeing their people ravished and impoverished." 他说:“比如在坎大哈,我们的记录显示,像医院等一些重点机构经常面临救援物资的短缺。因此我认为,在这种情况下,当地方部落领袖们看到他们的人民生活在耻辱和贫穷中时,他们不可能会对中央政府产生极大的热情。”Burton says the security situation in parts of the country has severely impeded efforts to develop government infrastructure.  伯顿说,阿富汗部分地区的安全状况严重地阻碍了在改善政府机构方面所作的努力。Last year Afghanistan experienced the most intense fighting since the fall of the Taliban in 2001. News agencies have estimated that more than 6,000 people, most of whom were militants, were killed in the fighting in 2007. Burton says there is evidence that some families are simultaneously backing Taliban and Afghan army (ANA) and police forces (ANP), merely because they are unsure who will prevail in the struggle for control.  伯顿说,有据表明,一些阿富汗家庭同时持塔利班组织、阿富汗国民军和阿富汗国民警察,他们这样做仅仅是因为他们不确定哪一方会获得得控制权。"We have evidence to suggest that people are putting one fund into the Taliban and another fund into the ANA and another into the ANP," he said. "They are hedging their bets - they are seeing which side is going to win - purely driven from a sense of desperation." 他说:“我们有据明,人们投一部分资金给塔利班组织,投一部分资金给阿富汗国民军,再投另一部分资金给阿富汗国民警察。他们在保护他们的赌注,他们仅仅是在用一种绝望的心理来猜测哪一方将会获胜。” One important indicator of the strength of the U.S.-backed Karzai government has been its ability, or inability, to curb opium-poppy cultivation. This week, the U.S. State Department reported that narcotics production in the country hit historic highs in 2007 for the second straight year.  衡量美国持的阿富汗政府的力量的一个重要指标是它能否有能力抑制鸦片原料罂粟的种植。美国国务院本星期发表的报告说,阿富汗2007年的毒品生产量已经连续第二年创下历史高峰。U.S. analysts said the estimated billion in illicit opium accounted for more than a third of Afghanistan's gross domestic product. 美国分析人士说,据估计,违法的鸦片交易带来的40亿美元的收入占阿富汗国民生产总值的三分之一以上。200803/28572

Israel has unveiled a controversial new plan for settlement expansion, putting further strain on the peace process. The announcement may be connected to a deadly Palestinian terrorist attack last week. 以色列公布了一项引发争议的扩大定居点的新计划,这使得和平进程进一步紧张化。以色列宣布这项计划可能和一些巴勒斯坦人上周发动造成伤亡的恐怖袭击有关。Israeli Housing Minister Ze'ev Boim announced that Israel plans to build more than 1,000 new homes in the occupied territories. He said the plan includes 350 apartments in Givat Ze'ev, a West Bank settlement near Jerusalem, and 750 homes in Pisgat Ze'ev, a settlement in East Jerusalem.  以色列住房建设部长波依姆宣布,计划在占领区建造1千多处新住房。他说,这项计划包括在耶路撒冷附近、约旦河西岸吉瓦特.齐夫定居点的350套公寓和在东耶路撒冷的皮斯加特.齐夫定居点的750栋住房。"We continue according to our plans, and there are no limitations," said Ze'ev Boim. 波依姆说:“我们按照计划继续扩建,并不存在任何限制。”The new homes will be built on land the Palestinians seek for a future state. Both the Palestinians and the ed States say settlement construction violates the "road map" peace plan, which is the foundation for new peace talks. Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat. 这批新住房将建造在巴勒斯坦人争取成为未来本国领土的地点。巴勒斯坦人和美国都认为建造定居点违反中东和平路线图,而这个路线图是未来和谈的基础。巴勒斯坦谈判人员埃雷卡特说:"This decision is undermining all efforts being exerted to revive the peace process," said Saeb Erekat. “这项决定破坏了为恢复中东和平进程而进行的一切努力。”Israel says it reserves the right to build in East Jerusalem and settlement blocs, which it says will remain a part of Israel in any final peace agreement with the Palestinians.  以色列说,它保留在东耶路撒冷等定居点建造住房的权利,这些地方在与巴勒斯坦人达成的任何最终和平协议中都将是以色列领土的一部分。Announcement of the settlement expansion came just three days after a Palestinian gunman attacked a Jewish seminary in Jerusalem and killed eight young students. The seminary was a bastion of the settlement movement in the West Bank.  在宣布扩大定居点决定的3天前,一名巴勒斯坦手袭击了耶路撒冷的一个犹太教神学院,杀死了8名青年学生。这所神学院是在约旦河西岸建设犹太人定居点的主要持者。Israeli media say the construction plan is Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's way of appeasing the settlers and right-wing members of his government.  以色列媒体说,奥尔默特总理试图以扩建定居点计划安抚定居点的犹太人和政府中的右翼人士。200803/29901

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