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2018年10月24日 04:33:09来源:美丽门户

Every hour of every day, my Administration is focused on creating jobs for our people and I mean good jobs.这让企业不太可能进行竞争。我的政府,在每一天的每一个小时,都关注于为我们的民众创造就业岗位,我是说好工作。More jobs, better jobs, higher-paying jobs - thats our mission.更多的工作,更好的工作,更高工资的工具--这是我们的任务。This week, I also met with Sheriffs and Police Chiefs from across the country.本周,我也会见了全国各地的警长和警察局长们。I pledged to them that we would stand with the incredible men and women of law enforcement我向他们承诺,我们将和杰出的执法人员站在一起and so too will our great new Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.我们杰出的司法部长杰夫·赛辛斯也是这样。My administration is committed to your security,我的政府致力于你们的安全。which is why we will continue to fight to take all necessary and legal action to keep terrorists, radical and dangerous extremists from ever entering our country.也因此,我将继续采取所有必要和合法的行动,让恐怖分子和激进危险的极端分子不能再进入我们的国家。We will not allow our generous system of immigration to be turned against us as a tool for terrorism and truly bad people.我们将不允许我们慷慨的移民体系,变成恐怖主义和真正的坏人使用的工具,来对抗我们。We must take firm steps today to ensure that we are safe tomorrow.我们现在必须采取稳定的步骤,确保我们在未来是安全的。We will defend our country, protect our Constitution, and deliver real prosperity for our people.我们将保卫我们的国家,捍卫我们的宪法,并为我们的人民提供真正的繁荣。God bless you, God bless America. Have a great week.上帝保佑你们,上帝保佑美国。祝你本周快乐。201702/493700。

  • President Trump: Thank you. During the campaign, I traveled the nation and visited the cities and towns devastated by unfair trade policies, probably one of the major reasons Im here today – trade. Nobody has ever made bad trade deals like our country has made. I saw the shuttered factories and spent time with the laid-off factory workers. I heard their stories, and I promised them action and I promised them a solution. And all over America, youre aly seeing that solutions start to take place. Take a look at whats going on Michigan, with Ford and General Motors and Fiat-Chrysler, and so many more. The jobs and wealth have been stripped from our country. Year after year, decade after decade, trade deficit upon trade deficit – reaching more than 0 billion last year alone, and lots of jobs. Thousands of factories have been stolen from our country. But these voiceless Americans now have a voice in the White House. Under my administration, the theft of American prosperity will end. Were going to defend our industry and create a level playing field for the American worker – finally. Today, I am signing two executive orders that send this message loud and clear and that set the stage for a great revival of American manufacturing. And you saw that today; you saw what happened, you saw the kind of numbers we have. The survey actually showed 93 percent of manufacturers are now optimistic about the future – a record high – and thats up from about 56 percent just a couple of months ago. Were going to build on that tremendous momentum. And were bringing manufacturing and jobs back to our country. First, Im signing an executive order to ensure that we fully collect all duties imposed on foreign importers that cheat. Theyre cheaters. From now on, those who break the rules will face the consequences – and therell be very severe consequences. Second, I am ordering the first-ever comprehensive review of Americas trade deficits and all violations of trade rules that harm the ed States and the workers of the ed States, just as I promised during my campaign. This review will be led by Secretary Wilbur Ross, who is joining us here today. Wilbur is an outstanding success story, an unbelievable businessman, a great but very, very fair negotiator, and on Wall Street, hes simply known as Wilbur, and everybody knows him. And now we have him on our side. So I thank you, Wilbur. Its really… Youre going to do a fantastic job. Were going to investigate all trade abuses, and, based on those findings, we will take necessary and lawful action to end those many abuses. I am not beholden to any political or financial interest. I dont care. Im here to do a job. Im doing a job for the American worker. I really dont care. Im not thinking about my business or anybodys business. Wilbur isnt. Peter isnt. None of the folks that we have up here are. Were doing a job. Its an opportunity like nobody has ever given. And were here to do a great job for the American worker and for our companies where the American workers are employed. I work for the American people. Whether youre a Democrat, a Republican, or belong to no-party at all, you are an American and Im here to represent you and your family. Were going to get this thing straightened out. Were going to get these bad trade deals straightened out – right, Peter? Its time. Youve been looking at it for years – right, Wilbur? This combination over here, it cant be beaten. Thats why I defied the special interests and followed through on my pledge to withdraw immediately from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. And thats why I am taking these very historic steps today. The wellbeing of America and the American worker is my North Star. And these two orders will point out our nation, and point to everybody, point to the world. Next week, as you know, in Florida, the Southern White House, were having the President of China and a large group from China as representatives. And were going to get down to some very serious business. So we look forward to it. Ive spoken to him numerous times on the phone. We look very much forward to it. But its been very bad whats been happening to our country in terms of our companies and in terms of our jobs. So were going to start turning it around. Were going to turn it around fast; its not going to take a long time. Its going to go fast. So I just want to end by saying that we have a team thats second to none. And when everybody is assembled and fully in gear after these two orders, I think its going to be something very special. Id like to ask Wilbur to say a few words, and then, Peter, you could say a few words. And were all set. Our Vice President – I think Im speaking for both, but Im not 100 percent sure. I will tell you one thing – he has one hell of a good marriage going. Come on, Wilbur. Secretary Ross: Thank you, Mr. President. If anyone had any doubt about the Presidents resolve to fix the trade problems, these two executive orders should end that speculation now and for all time. This marks the beginning of a totally new chapter in the American trade relationship with our partners overseas. Thank you very much. President Trump: Thank you. Peter. Mr. Navarro: I remember well during the campaign, the day the President made the speech outside of Pittsburgh and laid down a set of promises to the American people on trade. And today, this is the beginning of the fulfillment of those promises in a grand way, with Wilbur Ross at the helm, and the President being the grand strategist of this. And were going to get it done for the American people, workers, domestic manufacturers. Thank you. President Trump: Mr. Vice President. Vice President Pence: This is a great day for the American worker and a great day for the American economy. Once again, President Trump is keeping his word. As we look for ways to expand exports from this country, imports to this country, this President is determined that were going to have free trade, but its going to be fair trade, and arms-length negotiations with nations, holding them accountable to the promises that they make. And the review the President is initiating today and the work of members of this team on the Presidents behalf will ensure that we put American first when it comes to trade; we put American jobs and American workers first. President Trump: Thank you, Mike. Thank you, everybody. Youre going to see some very, very strong results very, very quickly. Thank you very much. Thank you.201704/506118。
  • Finding your way around this campus an economic crisis struck that would claim more than 5 million jobs. 这所校园的时候经济危机降临不等你们第一学年结束Before the end of your freshman year Since then some of you have probably seen parents put off retirement. 它已经导致500多万人失业从那个时候以来你们大概看到一些父母推迟了退休计划Friends struggle to find work And you may be looking toward the future with that same sense of concern that my generation did. 一些朋友在苦苦求职面对未来 你们也许像当年我这一代坐在你们的座位上的时候一样When we were sitting where you are now Of course, as young women youre also going to grapple with some unique challenges. 感到忧心忡忡当然 作为年轻女性你们还要应对某些特殊的挑战Like whether youll be able to earn equal pay for equal work whether youll be able to balance the demands of your job and your family. 比如是否能够享有同工同酬是否能够平衡工作和家庭的需要Whether youll be able to fully control decisions about your own health And while opportunities for women. 是否能够对自身健康有全部决定权虽然过去30年来Have grown exponentially over the last 30 years as young people in many ways you have it even tougher than we did. 女性的机会有了突飞猛进的增加但作为年轻人你们在很多方面面临着比我们当时更加严重This recession has been more brutal the job losses steeper Politics seems nastier. 更加严峻的挑战失业人数更多政治争议似乎更加难以调和Congress more gridlocked than ever Some folks in the financial world have not exactly been model corporate citizens. 国会比以往任何时候更加僵持金融界的一些人很难被称为模范企业公民No wonder that faith in our institutions has never been lower particularly when good news doesnt get the same kind of ratings. 所以 毫不奇怪对我们体制的信心达到空前之低特别是好消息201609/467373。
  • 中级英语口语闪电速成[8] /200702/10577。
  • 美国习惯用语-第79讲:sleaze gridlock 在竞选过程中,候选人进行互相攻击似乎是常事,只是在手法上有所不同而已。今天我们先要给大家介绍一个和候选人互相攻击有关的常用词汇:sleaze。Sleaze这个字听起来就不太悦耳,它的意思也很不好。Sleaze指的是“下流的人”,或是“低级的东西”。可是在1992年的美国总统竞选中,sleaze是指“攻击对方的私生活”。也就是,竞选一方散布有关竞选对手私生活中的丑闻,以此在选民中毁坏对方的名声,他们散布的丑闻有的可能是属实的,但是也有一些是完全捏造的。下面请听一个例句: 例句-1: "On the campaign trail today the Republicans and the Democrats both hurled charges accusing the other side of using sleaze despite promises by Bush and Clinton to stop such tactics." 这是说:“今天在竞选活动中共和党和民主党互相攻击,指责对方使用人身攻击的手法,尽管布什和克林顿都做了保不再这样做。” 下面请听一位候选人是怎么说的: 例句-2: "I don't intend to use sleaze against my opponent although there are plenty of things in his personal life that the voters ought to know about." 他说:“我并不想利用竞选对手的丑闻来攻击他,但是他的私生活中也确实有很多东西选民应该知道的。” 在七十年代,纽约有一次发生严重的交通堵塞事故。当时汽车无法前进,排成几里长的长蛇阵,所有主要街道的路口全部都被堵死了。人们把这一现象叫做:gridlock。Gridlock这个字在有些字典里还查不到。在1992年的美国总统大选中,美国人用gridlock这个字来指美国政界存在的那种两派僵持不下,任何问题无法得以进展的现象。出现这种现象的主要原因是布什总统是共和党人,而负责制定法律的国会却在民主党控制之下。在布什总统执政的四年内,布什提出的大多数提案国会都没有通过。而国会提出的提案,很多都被布什否决了。民主党在国会虽占多数,但还没有到足以推翻总统否决的三分之二多数。这个局面使得许多重要问题无法进展,造成了gridlock的现象。请听下面这个例句: 例句-3: "Both the Republicans and the Democrats agree that the big problem with the government in Washington is political gridlock. But they certainly don't agree who is to blame." 这句话的意思是:“共和党人和民主党人都同意,美国政府的一个大问题就是在政治上的僵局。至于究竟哪一方应该对这个局面负责,双方意见却完全不同。” 这种现象不仅仅是美国联邦政府的问题,连州一级政府也同样存在类似情况。下面就是一个例子: 例句-4: "Our State is just like Washington--we have a Republican Governor and a Democratic legislature. So we usually have gridlock on new programs because one side won't approve what the other side does." 这人说:“我们州和华盛顿一样,我们的州长是共和党的,而立法机构却在民主党控制下。往往一方不同意另一方的计划,所以我们经常会在新的项目上出现僵局。” 今天我们给大家介绍了两个同美国竞选有关的词汇。一个是sleaze。Sleaze是攻击竞选对手私生活的手法。第二个是gridlock。Gridlock是在政治上处于僵局的现象。 /200601/3034。
  • 34 fruit and vegetables words apple orange banana potato tomato carrot tropical peach grapes leek onion watermelon plum pear stir fry eggplant bitter melon kiwi fruit cabbage lemon pineapple organic strawberry broccoli sweet corn bunch seeds/pips fresh frozen tinned seedless phrases an apple a day keeps the doctor away become a vegetarian/vegan buy a bunch of grapes/bananas peel an apple/orange stir fry vegetables make/buy/eat corn on the cob buy seedless grapes grow organic vegetables beginner a: mom! I hate eating vegetables! B; you don’t have to eat them. I don’t mind. A; thanks mom! Can I have dessert now? I love chocolate cake! B: no dessert for you unless you eat all your vegetables. A; buy I don’t like them! It’s not fair! B: you can have some fruit for dessert. If you eat an apple and a banana , I might let you have a small piece of chocolate cake. A; ok…actually, I don’t mind eating peas and carrots, buy I hate broccoli and cauliflower. B; I’ll remember that for next time. You’ll get extra peas and carrots, buy no broccoli or cauliflower. OK? A; thanks mom! Intermediate A; do you eat a lot of fruit and vegetables in you country? B; yes, we do. The most popular vegetables are potatoes, carrots, peas, and cauliflower. The most popular fruit are apples, bananas, pears, peaches, grapes, and oranges. Do you like vegetables? A: I like them very much. We also eat a lot of vegetables in my country, buy we eat different kinds. B; which kinds of vegetables do people in your country usually eat? A : we eat a lot of sweet corn, broccoli and eggplant. B; I love eggplant! Unfortunately, it’s quite expensive in my country, so I don’t eat it often. A; why is it relatively expensive? B; because we don’t grow it much in my country. We import a lot from other countries. A; I see. We grow a lot of fruit and vegetables in my country. We export a lot of melons, grapes, oranges and lemon. In your country, do you eat corn on the cob.? It’s very popular in my country. B; we eat it in my country too, but I wouldn’t’ say it’s very popular. Most people buy frozen sweet corn from their local supermarket. A; do people usually buy frozen vegetables in your country: it’s very rare in mine. B; a lot of younger people like to buy large packets of mixed frozen vegetables. Peas and sweet corn have been sold frozen in my country for many years. I prefer to buy fresh vegetables. /200705/13133。
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