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Show me what it is you do. Okay.让我们看看你的杰作。好的。Okay, so, you gonna do it right here? Yes, yes, I will. And then I#39;ll teach you afterwards, all right? Okay, good.哦,你要在这里做?是的。我一会儿会教你,好吗?好吧。Okay. Okay, so, y?准备好了吗?Now you try.该你了。And now you#39;re going to do it, and I#39;m going to teach you. Show me.该你做了,我会教给你。告诉我怎么做。So, here is some cards, and you#39;re going to do it. So, y?拿着这些牌,下面该你了,准备好了吗?Here you go. Go for it. So, do you come this way with it, or you come this way, or this way?好了,开始吧。你是这么拿着它,还是这样,还是这样?You can do it any way. I throw it like that and let go. Oh, I see what you#39;re doing. So, you get that extra whip. Yes, yes.你怎么拿都行。我是这样子的,然后扔出去。哦,我知道了。要用力甩。对的,对的。没错。Just like that! Yeah, that#39;s hot. Yeah.就像这样!不错,很酷。You can get closer, if you want, by the way. Yeah, okay.你可以站近一点。好的。You go, Steve Harvey!太棒了,你打中了,史蒂夫先生!I know that surprised you man, but, you know, you got to understand who you#39;re talking to.恩,我知道这让你很惊讶,但你要知道我不是一般人。Show me something else. You guys go get the trolley of fun.给我展示点别的。你们去拿“快乐”推车来。And you know what#39;s the best part? What#39;s that? You#39;re involved with it.你知道哪里最精吗?什么?你要参与进来。Ready? Now, this is the fun part. Ready? You don#39;t really need this, but...准备好了吗?这是最有趣的,好了吗?你不需要这个,但是...I don#39;t really need what? Put those on. You#39;re involved.我不需要什么?戴上,你要参与进来。Yeah, and here#39;s your gloves. You look pretty snazzy with those on. Yeah, what#39;s the gloves for?戴上手套。哦,你戴上它看起来很帅。手套是干嘛的?You#39;ll find out. Don#39;t ask questions! Don#39;t ask questions!你一会就知道了。先别问!先别问!You must think I#39;m crazy.你一定觉得我疯了。All right, now, y?准备好了吗?Hold the celery. Hold it out with your other hand, and do not move. And there you go.拿着这个芹菜。用另一只手拿着,别动,好了就这样。So, you going to do what?你要做什么?I#39;m going to throw it and slice the celery in half. Hold on. This is fun.我要将芹菜劈成两半。等一下。这很有趣的。Get some padding in front. See, there#39;s nothing there.前面要弄些衬垫出来,前面啥都没有。What I can do is if you cut my hand, you going to have to go get your daddy right away because me and him going to have a discussion.如果你把我手切了,你爸爸要马上过来,我真得和他说道说道了。Focus, now. Focus. Ready? This is not time to be trying little jokes and all this here.集中点。准备好了吗?现在可不是开玩笑的时候。Okay, that#39;s close enough. That#39;s...可以了,可以了。So, guess what! You know what the best part. No, you#39;re not having fun yet!你知道吗,这是最精的部分,但你一点都不高兴!We got more! We have more things. If you thought that was terrifying...我们还有好玩的!我们还有。如果你觉得刚才那个可怕...Now we got a cucumber. Thank you.我们还有黄瓜,谢谢。This ain#39;t what I signed up for.我怎么干起了这个,老天。OK. I#39;m not gonna slice it in half, I#39;m going to stick it like a Christmas tree.这次我不会把它劈成两半,我会像圣诞树一样把卡片去。I guess, that doesn#39;t really make any sense. That makes no sense. I don#39;t know why I said that. Boy, I ain#39;t got time for these jokes now!说这个没意义,真没意义。我不知道我为什么说这个。孩子,别再开玩笑了!Focus! I need you to focus!集中注意力,集中!You look hilarious. I got the jokes. Don#39;t worry about that. You need to focus.你看起来很好笑。我已经知道你的点了,不用担心。你需要集中!Okay! Pay attention to this cucumber!好的!集中注意力在这个黄瓜身上!You turn around, writing jokes. Boy, if you don#39;t pay attention to this...我也会讲笑话。但你要是不集中的话...Come on, man. No need to scream. Little girl. Little girl.来吧。不需要尖叫。没什么,没什么。We just have one more thing, and it#39;s the watermelon.最后一个,拿个西瓜(watermelon)上来。I was gonna say water-malone, but it#39;s watermelon. You can#39;t.其实我想说“water-malone”(西瓜)的,但是。你不能这么说。Ready? So, you just stand right there. I#39;m not going to hit you, and you#39;re not going to hold it.准备好了吗?你站在这里。这回你不会受伤了,你不用拿着它。So, you can take all of that protection off.你可以把保护装置摘下来了。You don#39;t need it anymore. So, you#39;re going to stick it in a watermelon? I#39;m going to stick it in the watermelon.你不需要了。你要把卡片西瓜里?对的,西瓜里。Yes. With the same card? With the same card that I just sliced everything out of your hands with.是的。同样的卡片?对,就是刚才你手拿着让我削掉东西的卡片。Yeah. Here, hold this, man. You ain#39;t doing nothing. Ready?好的,拿着这个。你在这儿啥都没做。准备好了吗?Yeah. Hey, can I tell you something? I love you, man. You#39;re very talented.耶!听我说,你太棒了孩子。你很有天赋。Great job. Keep it up. Nice family.好样的,继续保持,和谐的一家人。Let#39;s go! Ladies and gentlemen, DTB Triple Threat!女士们先生们,“DTB”闪耀三人组! Article/201707/516121

There are more than 100 entrepreneurship classes here at Stanford University.斯坦福大学开设了100多门创业相关课程。But in the Hacking for Defense class, students learn how to solve problems facing troops and defense agencies throughout the nation.但是在“黑客防御”课程中,学生们可以学习如何解决美国各部队和国防部门正面临的问题。;They want to work on some of the toughest real world problems they are ever gonna see.“他们想要处理一些他们将会遇到的最棘手的现实世界的问题。With all due respect to Google and Dropbox and Facebook and Twitter,恕我直言,拿谷歌、碉堡箱、脸书以及推特这些知名的硅谷公司来说,which they all have opportunities here in the valley to go work for as graduates here,学生们毕业后都有机会去那里工作,these are some problems that make those look trivial by comparison.;相比那些真正难处理的问题,这些公司的问题显得就微不足道了。”Like these fellow teachers, they launched the 10-week course last year to bring a model for creating start-ups to military defense problems.这些老师去年推出了为期十周的课程,为创办解决军事防务问题的企业树立了榜样。Now the course is offered at 8 other universities.现在,另有8所大学也提供这一课程。Student projects include helping soldiers in the field deal with mapping technology,学生接手的项目包括帮助战地的士兵运用地图绘制技术,creating sensors to help soldiers with injuries and grappling with cyber security.制作传感器帮助受伤士兵,以及应对网络安全问题。;So I#39;m working for USTRANSCOM,“所以我正在为美国运输司令部工作,which manages transportation in the ed States to better improve cyber security and the country#39;s sea ports.;其职能是管理美国全领域的运输,以更好地提高网络安全,为国家海港提供交通持。”Benji Nguyen is a graduate student of public policy, a native of Austin, Texas, Nguyen#39;s parents are from Vietnam.Benji Nguyen是一名公共政策专业的研究生,来自德克萨斯州奥斯汀。Nguyen的父母来自越南。;Yeah, that#39;s my growth actually, I have no impressions there.“是的,这就是我的成长背景。我对那里没有印象。When I#39;m here, you know, start ing textbook and doing as promised.我来到这里的时候,你知道,开始阅读教科书,并遵从自己之前的承诺做一些事情。When I told them I was working with the military to help solve a problem, they were really excited about it actually.;当我告诉他们,我正在和军方合作解决一个问题,他们真的很兴奋。”For U.S. students, the Hacking for Defense class gives them a unique chance to serve their country.对于美国学生来说,“黑客防御”课程给他们提供了独特的机会,来为国家务。They are expected to get out of the classroom and enter the field,他们需要走出教室进行实地体验,learning the day-to-day situations for soldiers or others in national defense.了解士兵或其他国防部门人员的日常情况。But the class#39;s also attracted a surprising number of foreign-born students.但这一课程也吸引了大批外籍学生。;We take the military intelligence problems and we scrub them down, so anybody could work on them.“我们会接手有关军事情报的问题,然后将问题进行彻底分析,所以任何人都可以进行研究并寻找解决方案。But I was surprised by the number of foreign students from Singapore and China, from India但是,让我惊讶的是,许多来自新加坡、中国以及印度的外国学生,who were just interested in learning that same methodology and could take it home from wherever they are.;他们也对学习同样的方法很感兴趣,并且非常希望能将这种方法带回自己的祖国。”Some students go on to create companies or go work for the agency they met in the class.有些学生继续创办公司,也有一些将供职于课程学习中接触过的机构。For some, Buvana Dayanandan they are looking for work that is meaningful.而对于另外一些人,例如Buvana Dayananda,他们想寻找一份有意义的工作。;We#39;re working on helping veterans that have experienced some polytrauma“我们正在帮助那些经历过某种多发性创伤的退伍军人,and figuring out how technology can increase the quality of life and independence for a longer period of time.;也在探索如何利用科技提高生活质量以及更长时间内的独立能力。”The students in this class learn they have to first understand a problem before coming up with the right solution.参加这一课程的学生们明白,他们必须首先真正理解一个问题,然后才能找到正确的解决方案。It is a set of skills they can use in whatever they do next.无论他们今后做什么事情,都可以应用这套技能。Michelle Quinn, VOA News, at Stanford University in California.VOA新闻,米歇尔·奎因于加州斯坦福大学为您播报。 Article/201706/514471

So there#39;s a place in Philly called Barclay Prime and their cheesesteak costs a 0.在费城有个叫Barclay Prime的店面,他家的起司牛排售价100美元。Now the average cheesesteak costs about but Barclay Prime has been really successful.一般的起司牛排也就5美元,但是Barclay Prime确实很成功。And of course there are many factors as to why, but one of the factors is social currency.当然有很多因素可以解释为什么,但是其中之一就是社会身价。And the idea with social currency is that people share whatever makes them look good.社会身价的想法就是人们会分享任何让他们看上去体面的东西。So if anything makes you look good, or smart, or cool,you#39;re much more likely to share it.如果有什么东西让你看上去体面,聪明,或是很酷,你就更有可能去分享它。So let#39;s say you#39;re in Philly and you get a regular cheesesteak…所以比方你在费城买了一个普通的5美元牛排…That#39;s probably not something that you#39;re gonna want to tell everyone about.这可能就不是什么值得告诉别人的事情。But imagine if you go out for dinner and get the 0 cheesesteak…但是设想一下,如果你出去就餐吃了份100美金的牛排…That#39;s probably something that you#39;re going to tell all your friends about.你就有可能会告诉你所有的朋友。And if you#39;re like most people and can#39;t enjoy good things without posting a picture of it on Facebook or Instagram,如果你和大多数人一样,必须在Facebook和Instagram上发布图片才能尽情享受的话,you#39;re probably going to share a picture of the cheesesteak as well just to show us你可能也会分享一张牛排的图片,来展示给我们that you#39;re still really cool and you eat really expensive things.你真的很酷,吃了这么贵的东西。So the first principle is social currency, and the idea here is…所以第一条原则是社会身价,也就是…If sharing your idea or product makes someone look good, they#39;re much more likely to share it.如果分享你的想法或产品会让某人看起来体面,他们就有更大的可能去分享。And there are also five other principles that Jonah Berger has identified还有其他五条由约拿·柏格认定的原则,for why things catch on and why they go viral.用来解释为什么有些事情会流行及扩散开来。And he has a PhD from Stanford, he teaches at Wharton,他拥有斯坦福的士学位并在沃顿任教,and he#39;s basically an expert on viral marketing.他最本质的工作是病毒营销的专家。And after all his research, he#39;s identified these six factors that he calls STEPPS.经过研究,他认了这六项因素,并把它们称之为STEPPS。So moving on to factor number two… Triggers…所以来看第二个因素…诱因…How are you reminded of the idea or the product?你是如何想起某个想法或产品的呢?So you#39;ve probably seen the song Friday by Rebecca Black你可能知道瑞贝卡·布莱克的歌曲星期五,which has millions of views on YouTube.在YouTube上有上百万的浏览量。And again there are many reasons for why it got so many views,有很多原因可以解释它为什么能有这么多的浏览量,but one reason is that it has a really good trigger.但是有一点就是它有一个真正好的触发因素。So if you actually take a look at the stats on YouTube for how people watch that ,如果你认真看过YouTube上,关于人们如何浏览视频,所做的统计数据,you#39;ll see a spike in views every Friday.会发现在每周五有一个高峰。Now imagine if the song was about the first day of school or something like that…现在可以想象一下,如果这首歌是关于开学第一天之类的…Same amazing lyrics, same amazing vocals, same everything.同样的歌词,同样的声音,所有的都一样。A lot of people might still watch it on the first day of school,很多人可能在开学第一天会观看,but people probably aren#39;t going to watch it two weeks after the first day of school,但是在开学第一天之后or a month, or three months after.或者一个月,三个月之后,人们可能就不会去看了。So Friday is actually a really good trigger because it happens every week…所以星期五真的是一个很好的触发因素,因为每周都会有星期五…And Kit Kat did the same thing in 2007.奇巧巧克力在2007年做过同样的事情。Their sales were declining every year and they needed an effective marketing campaign.他们的销量逐年下降,所以极需一场有效的营销活动。And what they did was they decided to link Kit Kat to coffee.他们决定把奇巧和咖啡关联在一起。So in all of their advertisements, Kit Kat was always presented with coffee.所以在他们的所有广告里,奇巧总是和咖啡同时呈现。Now to someone who doesn#39;t understand the power of triggers, the coffee might not mean anything.对于不懂诱因作用的人来说,咖啡可能没有任何意义。It#39;s just part of the advertisement;它只是广告的一部分。they had to put something in there so they just put coffee in there.他们必须在广告中加入一些什么东西,只是选中了咖啡而已。In fact, why don#39;t we advertise it with hot chocolate?事实上,我们为什么不把奇巧和巧克力热饮放在一起做广告呢?It might taste even better with hot chocolate…和热饮一起可能尝起来口感更好一些…But that#39;s not the point! The point is that但那不是重点!重点是we want to link Kit Kat to something that gets consumed all the time like coffee,我们想要把奇巧和一种消费频率很高的商品联系在一起,咖啡的消费频率就很高,so every time a person thinks of coffee, he also thinks of Kit Kat.所以每次人们想到咖啡,就会想起奇巧。And yes, it might taste even better with hot chocolate, but again that#39;s not the point,是的,可能和热饮一起尝起来味道更好,但再次强调那不是重点,people don#39;t drink as much hot chocolate as coffee.人们喝的咖啡要远远多于热饮。And Kit Kat#39;s sales had been declining 5 percent every year,奇巧的销量每年下降五个百分点,but in the next twelve months after the campaign, its sales actually were up by a third.但是在营销活动之后的12个月里,销量上升了三分之一。So the second principle is triggers, and the idea here is…所以第二条原则是诱因,如下…People need to be reminded of your idea or product,人们需要记起你的想法或产品,and you can help them by providing a strong trigger.你可以提供一个明显的触发因素来帮助他们。The third principle is Emotion. When people feel strong emotions, they want to share.第三个原则是情感。当人们感情强烈的时候,他们就想要去分享。So think of Susan Boyle#39;s performance on Britain#39;s Got Talent.所以考虑一下苏珊·波伊尔在英国达人秀中的表现。Strong emotions like awe or happiness get people to share.人们会去分享一些,诸如敬畏、高兴等的强烈情感。Even strong emotions that aren#39;t positive like anger and anxiety get people to share.就算是像生气、焦虑之类的消极情感,人们也去分享。And this is really what the media relies on now.这就是媒体所真正依赖的。The angrier and more anxious they make us, the more we share.他们让我们越生气和焦虑,我们就越想要分享。So strong emotions are good, but the emotion you want to stay away from is sadness.所以说强烈的感情是好的,但是你肯定想远离悲伤。People don#39;t really like to share something if it makes them sad.人们真的不喜欢分享一些令他们感到悲伤的事情。The fourth principle is public, or what#39;s usually known as social proof.第四条原则是公共原则,通常叫作社会认同。And the idea here is that our decisions are affected by what everyone else around us is doing.也就是说我们的决定受到周围其他人行为的影响。So if you actually take a look at car buying behavior,所以如果你审视一个买车行为,one of the factors that affects whether someone will buy a new car or not is影响某人是否买新车的一个因素是whether his neighbors and community are buying new cars.他的邻居和社区里的人有没有买新车。And if they#39;re all buying a new car, he#39;s much more likely to buy a new car as well.如果他们都买了新车,他有很大的可能也买个新车。And Apple had this dilemma with their laptops.苹果公司的笔记本电脑就遇到过这种困境。The apple logo actually used to face the owner of the laptop when it was closed.在笔记本合上的时候,苹果的商标是面朝电脑持有者的。And that was a convenience for the user对于使用者来说很方便,because it was easier to orient the computer once you got it out of your bag.因为一旦你从包里拿出来,很容易辨认。But the problem is that once the laptop was opened,但是问题在于一旦笔记本打开之后,the logo was upside down to everyone else in the coffee shop or wherever you were.对于在咖啡店或者你所在地方的其他人来说,商标就上下颠倒了。So a decision had to be made whether the owner#39;s convenience was more important所以他们需要决定是让使用者的便利更重要than everyone else looking at the laptop.还是让看到电脑的其他人方便更重要。And they actually decided that the public image was more important.他们决定公众形象更重要一些。So the fourth principle is public, and the idea here is…所以第四个原则是公共原则,也就是…Can people see when others are using our product?当人们在使用我们的产品的时候,其他人能看得到吗?The fifth principle is practical value.第五条原则是实用价值。If you can actually offer someone something that really helps them,如果你真的能给别人提供一些能帮助他们的东西,they#39;re gonna want to share it with the people they know.他们就会同他们认识的人分享。So one of the shortest, easiest s I#39;ve ever made我曾经制作过一个短小简洁的was a two minute about my new favorite way to .两分钟视频,是关于我最喜欢的读书方式的。And there were so many people who liked that . And it#39;s been shared so many times.有许多人都很喜欢。所以也就分享了很多次。And the reason for that is because if you use that method,产生这种结果的原因就是,如果你用那种方法,you could actually this book in only three hours.就可以在三个小时内读完这本书。Now a lot of people take weeks to one book,现在很多人要花几周才能读完一本书,so if someone shares with you a way where you can a book in three hours instead of three weeks,所以如果有人分享给你一种新的方法,可以用三个小时而不是三周,来读完这本书,there#39;s practical value in it.这就存在实用价值。And if you know someone who wants to more and has been struggling with it,如果你知道某人想要读的更多,却没有办法的时候,of course you#39;d share it with him. So the fifth principle is practical value.当然你可以分享给他。所以第五种原则是实用价值。Anytime you can actually help people and make their life better,任何时候只要你能真的帮助别人,并让他们过得更好,they#39;re gonna want to share it and help their friends and family as well.他们就愿意分享并帮助他们的朋友和家人。And finally the sixth principle… Stories…最后第六条原则…故事…So in 2004 in the Olympics, this guy snuck into the diving area在2004年奥运会的时候,一伙计潜入到跳水区域and belly flopped into the pool.还跳进了池子里。And he also had a name of a casino written across his chest.在他的前胸上还写了一个的名字。Now that#39;s a great story and it got covered那是一个极好的故事,引起了关注,and people talked about it but the story has nothing to do with the casino.人们讨论它,但是这个故事和没有任何关系。You can tell that story without saying anything about the casino,你可以在不谈论的情况下讨论这个故事。so it wasn#39;t really the most effective advertisement.所以它不是最有效的广告。On the other hand, some companies do this much better.另一方面,有些公司就做的更好一些。So Blendtec is a blender company that makes a series called Will It Blend?布仁德泰克是一个搅拌机公司,制作了名为“它会搅拌吗”的视频系列。And they make s where they#39;ll put weird things like a brand new iPhone into their blender他们做的视频里,把一些奇怪的东西,比如一个崭新的iPhone,放到他们的搅拌机里,and blend it into powder. Now that#39;s a cool story.并把它搅拌成粉末。一个很酷的故事。If you saw that, you might want to share it with your friends,如果你看过那个视频,可能想分享给朋友,but notice how the product is an integral part of that story.但是请注意到产品是怎样成为那个故事的一部分的。You can#39;t tell that story without the blender.如果不提到搅拌机,这个故事就没法讲。And especially technically-oriented people have a really hard time understanding尤其是技术导向的人们很难理解that most people don#39;t talk about weird specs and details, they share stories.大多数人不会讨论规格或细节,他们只分享故事。When you hang out with your friends, you#39;re probably not going to tell them about当你和朋友出去逛街的时候,你可能不会告诉他们how there#39;s a new blender with improved revolutions per minute on its blades,一个用到新技术的搅拌机每分钟有多少转速,but you might share the story of how you saw the new iPhone got blended into powder.但是你可能会分享给他们把iPhone搅成粉末的这个故事。So the sixth principle is stories. Most people don#39;t care about specs and details, they share stories.所以第六条原则是故事。大部分人不在意规格和细节,他们只讲故事。What you have to figure out is how your product or idea can be a relevant part of a cool story.你需要搞清楚的是,怎样才能让你的产品或想法能成为一个好故事的一部分。And your product or idea doesn#39;t have to have all of these six principles.你的产品或想法不必全部涵盖这六项原则。Some of these might not even be very applicable to certain products and ideas.有一些可能也不适用于某些产品或想法。So obviously the more the better, but there are plenty of products or ideas很明显越多越好,但是有很多产品或想法that have a couple of these factors that are very strong and they do really well.只是涵盖了几个因素,它们的效果同样非常好。So to recap the STEPPS again…所以再次重述STEPPS原则…Social currency: does sharing the product or idea make you look good?社会身价:分享这些产品或想法会让你看上去体面吗?Triggers: how are you reminded of the idea or the product? Is there a good trigger?诱因:你是怎么想起来某种想法或产品的呢?有一个很好的触发因素吗?Emotion: when people feel strong emotions, they want to share.情感:当人们情感强烈的时候,他们就想去分享。Public: can people see when others are using our product?公共原则:当别人在用我们的产品的时候,人们能看的到吗?Practical value: is your idea or product actually useful or helpful? And finally…实用价值:你的想法或是产品真的实用吗,真的有帮助吗?最后…Stories: people communicate through stories.故事:人们通过故事来交流。What you have to figure out is how your product or idea can be a relevant part of a cool story.你需要搞清楚的是怎样让你的产品或是想法成为一个好故事的相关部分。 Article/201706/515067

英语900句(英音附字幕版):第3课dentifying objects 辨别物品31. What’s this? 这是什么? 32. That’s a book. 那是一本书。 33. Is this your book? 这是你的书吗? 34. No,that’s not my book. 不,那不是我的书。 35. Whose book is this? 这是谁的书? 36. That’s your book. 那是你的书。 37. And what’s that? 还有那是什么? 38. Is that a book? 那是一本书吗? 39. No,it isn’t. 不,不是。 40. It’s a pencil. 那是一枝铅笔。 41. Is it yours? 它是你的吗? 42. Yes,it’s mine. 是,是我的。 43. Where’s the door? 门在哪儿? 44. There it is. 门在那儿。 45. Is this book his? 这本书是他的吗?  /200604/6096

In the last decades of the 13th century,在十三世纪的最后几十年里 the nations of Britain found their voices loud, confident and defiant and they were raised against England.不列颠各国的民族意识开始觉醒 民族独立的呼声一浪高过一浪 群起反抗英格兰的统治The people of Snowdon assert that even if their prince should give overlordship of them to the English King,斯诺登的人民坚决认为 即使他们的君王 向英格兰俯首称臣they would refuse to do homage to any foreigner of whose language, customs and law they were ignorant.他们也绝不会效忠外夷 毕竟 两个民族在语言 风俗和法律上都迥然相异On account of the endless perfidy of the English and to recover our native freedom,鉴于英格兰屡次背信弃义 为重获自由the Irish are compelled to enter a deadly war.爱尔兰不得不卷入一场血雨腥风For as long as but a hundred of us remain alive,We will yield in no least way to English dominion.吾之国民 倘一息尚存 誓不屈于英格兰之淫威We fight not for glory, nor riches, nor honour,but for freedom.吾之战斗 不求荣 不图利 不为誉 唯求自由We know these voices. They#39;ve been with us a long time now.这些话我们都耳熟能详 它们早已流传千古 All the same, it#39;s a shock to hear them this early,尽管如此 听到历史深处的古人to discover the politics of birthplace uttered with such passion and such pain.喊出捍卫故土的口号 爱国之情 伤国之痛 依然让人震惊Once said, they could not be unsaid.此言一出 势在必行 /201610/469272

洋话连篇之新洋话1000句 Lesson 11I would like to buy some stamps please.I want to send this letter to China by air mail.I would like to mail this package.How many stamps do I need?How long will this letter take to get there?Can you weigh this for me?I would like to send this by register mail, please.How much do stamps cost?How much does it weigh?Where can I pick up my package? 推荐专题:英语九百句英音版英语会话800句新东方英语900句 /200603/5507

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