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2019年09月23日 22:44:11来源:美分享

从小在国外长大的潘玮柏以轻松有趣的方式教大家一些课本中可能学不到的,在美国当地实用amp;流行的街头俚语,共21个lesson /200707/15445。

  • 3_04 What’s the fare? What’s the fare? 车费是多少钱? How much do I owe you? 我该给你多少钱? How much should I pay? 我该付多少钱? Here you go. 拿去吧. Here is one hundred. 这里是一百元. Just give me twenty back. 只要找我二十无就好. Keep the rest. 其余是你留着. That’s your tip. 算是你的小费. Have a good one. 再见. /200706/14137。
  • What is the one sentence summary of how you change the world? Always work hard on something uncomfortably exciting!如何用一句话总结你该如何改变世界,那就是在那些让人极度兴奋的事情上发奋努力吧!As a PhD student, I actually had three projects I wanted to work on.在我读士的时候,我有三个项目是想傲的。Thank goodness my advisor said, ;Why dont you work on the web for a while?; 谢天谢地,我的导师对我说:你为什么不先做会儿网络的事呢?Technology and especially the Internet can really help you be lazy.科技,尤其是因特网真的能让人变懒。Lazy? What I mean is a group of three people can write software that then millions can use and enjoy.变懒?我的意思是一个三人的小组可以写出让数百万人喜欢使用的软件程序。Cao three people answer the phone a million times? Find the leverage in the world, so you can be truly lazy!但三个人可以接上百万次电话吗?找到撬起地球的杠杆,你就真的变懒了!Overall, I know it seems like the world is crumbling out there, 总之,我知道这个世界看起来分崩离析,but it is actually a great time in your life to get a little crazy, follow your curiosity, and be about it.但这确实是你们人生中一个伟大的时代,你们可以疯狂一点,追随自己的好奇心,雄心勃勃地实现它。Dont give up on your dream.不要放弃你们的梦想。The world needs you all!世界需要你们所有人! 201611/475379。
  • 【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. Everything the light touches is out kingdom.2. A king’s time as ruler rises and falls like the sun.3. As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope. /200605/7325。
  • And indeed it was 225 years ago today that the Constitutional Convention opened in Philadelphia and our founders. 的确如此225年前的今天费城召开了制宪大会Citizens all began crafting an extraordinary document Yes, it had its flaws. 我们的开国元勋 我们所有的公民开始起草一项伟大的纲领是的 该文件有缺陷Flaws that this nation has strived to perfect over time Questions of race and gender were unresolved No womans signature graced the original document. 这个国家后来为了完善它而作出了努力种族和性别问题当时没有得到解决最初的文件上没有妇女的签名来为之增添光Although we can assume that there were founding mothers whispering smarter things in the ears of the founding fathers. 但是我们可以想象一些开国之母在开国之父的耳旁轻声细语地指点一些高招I mean, thats almost certain What made this document special was that it provided the space. 我是说 几乎肯定如此这份文件之所以特别是因为它为那些没有被纳入The possibility for those who had been left out of our charter to fight their way in It provided people the language to appeal to principles. 我们的宪法的人们提供了争取权利的空间和可能性它为人民提供了借助于一些原则And ideals that broadened democracys reach It allowed for protest, and movements and the dissemination of new ideas that would repeatedly. 和理想拓展民主范围的语言它允许发起抗议和运动允许传播新思想Decade after decade, change the world a constant forward movement that continues to this day. 一代又一代地改变着世界形成了一股永不休止的潮流一直延续到今天201609/467378。
  • Every four years, our nations attention turns to a competition thats as heated as it is historic. People pack arenas and wave flags. Journalists judge every move and overanalyze every misstep. Sometimes were let down, but more often were lifted up. And just when we think weve seen it all, we see something happen in a race that weve never seen before. Im talking, of course, about the Summer Olympics. This month, Rio is hosting the first-ever Games held in South America – and were y to root on Team USA. Were excited to see who will inspire us this time; whose speed will remind us of Jesse Owens; whose feats will remind us of Bob Beamons amazing jump. Which young American will leave us awestruck, the way a teenager named Kerri Strug did when she stuck that landing, and when another kid named Cassius Clay gave the world its first glimpse of greatness? Who will match Mary Lou Rettons perfection; or pull off an upset like Rulon Gardners; or dominate like the Dream Team? Thats why we watch. And we have a lot to look forward to this year. Team USA reminds the world why America always sets the gold standard: Were a nation of immigrants that finds strength in our diversity and unity in our national pride. Our athletes hail from 46 states, D.C., and the Virgin Islands. Our team boasts the most women who have ever competed for any nation at any Olympic Games. It includes active-duty members of our military and our veterans. Weve got basketball players who stand nearly seven feet tall and a gymnast whos 4-foot-8. And Team USA spans generations: a few athletes who are almost as old as I am, and one born just a year before my younger daughter. Our roster includes a gymnast from Texas whos so trailblazing, they named a flip after her. A young woman who persevered through a tough childhood in Flint, Michigan, to become the first American woman to win gold in the boxing ring. And a fencing champion from suburban Jersey wholl become the first American Olympian to wear a hijab while competing. And on our Paralympic team, were honored to be represented by a Navy veteran who lost his sight while serving in Afghanistan and continues to show us what courage looks like every time he jumps in the pool. When you watch these Games, remember that its about so much more than the moments going by in a flash. Think about the countless hours these athletes put in, knowing it could mean the difference in a split-second victory that earns them a lifetime of pride, and gives us enduring memories. Its about the character it takes to train your heart out, even when no ones watching. Just hard work, focus, and a dream. Thats the Olympic spirit – and its the American spirit, too. In our Olympians, we recognize that no one accomplishes greatness alone. Even solo athletes have a coach beside them and a country behind them. In a season of intense politics, lets cherish this opportunity to come together around one flag. In a time of challenge around the world, lets appreciate the peaceful competition and sportsmanship well see, the hugs and high-fives and the empathy and understanding between rivals who know we share a common humanity. Lets honor the courage it takes, not only to cross the finish line first, but merely to stand in the starting blocks. And lets see in ourselves the example they set – proving that no matter where youre from, with determination and discipline, theres nothing you cant achieve. That idea – that you can succeed no matter where youre from – is especially true this year. Well cheer on athletes on the first-ever Olympic Refugee Team: Ten competitors from the Congo, Ethiopia, South Sudan, and Syria who personify endurance. To all of our Olympic and Paralympic athletes wearing the red, white, and blue – know that your country couldnt be prouder of you. We admire all the work youve done to get to Rio and everything youll do there. Thank you for showing the world the best of America. And know that when you get up on that podium, well be singing the National Anthem – and maybe even shedding a tear – right alongside you. Now go bring home the gold!201608/460445。
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