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3_09 I like this place. I like this place. 我喜欢这个地方. It’s my kind of place. 我喜欢这个地方. It’s just perfect for me. 这里非常舒. It’s comfortable. 这里很舒. I feel so relaxed. 我觉得非常轻松. I feel right at home. 我觉得非常舒适. What a nice place! 这地方真好! I can be myself here. 我在这里很自在. I could stay here all day. 但愿我能整天都待在这里. /200706/14142045 festivals Words National day Christmas(day/eve) Halloween Thanksgiving May day Spring festival New year Easter Valentine’s day Tomb sweeping day Phrases Put up the decoration Patriotic songs Do Christmas shopping Give something to somebody in person Celebrate a festival Wrap presents Beginner A: how do you celebrate national day in your country? B: there are parades in many cities and people fly the national flags from almost every public building. A: what kinds of parades are there? B: the parades are usually military ones, but sometimes there are procession of people carrying flags and singing patriotic songs. What do you do on national day in your country? A: we don’t have a national day. B: really? That’s unusual. A: I guess it is. Most countries have on, but we don’t. B: actually, even though we have parades, most people just use the national day holiday to visit family or go shopping. In the evening, many people watch special TV shows which celebrate national day. Intermediate A: is everything y for the Christmas party? B: almost. I’ve put up the decorations , and we’ve decorated the Christmas tree with plenty of tinsel and baubles. A: I like the big star on the top of the tree. I’ll put the presents under the tree later, how’s the food. B: I’ve prepared most of it aly and we’ve got plenty of snack foods-you know, crisps, biscuits, and things. Are you going to make the punch? A: yes. I’ve bought all the things to go in it. It won’t take long to make. How many people are coming to the party? B: I think everyone will be coming. Dave don’t come because he has to go to his parent’s home and they live in Scotland. A: do we have Christmas pudding? B: yes, we do. I hope we have enough for everyone. Did you send out all your Christmas cards in time? A: yes, I did. I send most of them a week ago. I’ve brought some with me to the party to give to people in person. B: I did the same. I spent hours yesterday evening wrapping presents. I hope I didn’t forget to buy anyone something! A: I hope you didn’t forget mine! Words National day Christmas(day/eve) Halloween Thanksgiving May day Spring festival New year Easter Valentine’s day Tomb sweeping day Phrases Put up the decoration Patriotic songs Do Christmas shopping Give something to somebody in person Celebrate a festival Wrap presents Beginner A: how do you celebrate national day in your country? B: there are parades in many cities and people fly the national flags from almost every public building. A: what kinds of parades are there? B: the parades are usually military ones, but sometimes there are procession of people carrying flags and singing patriotic songs. What do you do on national day in your country? A: we don’t have a national day. B: really? That’s unusual. A: I guess it is. Most countries have on, but we don’t. B: actually, even though we have parades, most people just use the national day holiday to visit family or go shopping. In the evening, many people watch special TV shows which celebrate national day. Intermediate A: is everything y for the Christmas party? B: almost. I’ve put up the decorations , and we’ve decorated the Christmas tree with plenty of tinsel and baubles. A: I like the big star on the top of the tree. I’ll put the presents under the tree later, how’s the food. B: I’ve prepared most of it aly and we’ve got plenty of snack foods-you know, crisps, biscuits, and things. Are you going to make the punch? A: yes. I’ve bought all the things to go in it. It won’t take long to make. How many people are coming to the party? B: I think everyone will be coming. Dave don’t come because he has to go to his parent’s home and they live in Scotland. A: do we have Christmas pudding? B: yes, we do. I hope we have enough for everyone. Did you send out all your Christmas cards in time? A: yes, I did. I send most of them a week ago. I’ve brought some with me to the party to give to people in person. B: I did the same. I spent hours yesterday evening wrapping presents. I hope I didn’t forget to buy anyone something! A: I hope you didn’t forget mine! /200705/13585The New Year is a time to reflect on what has passed and to look ahead to the opportunities to come. And this year, as I consider all that 2017 has in store, I believe those opportunities are greater than ever. For we have made a momentous decision and set ourselves on a new direction. And if 2016 was the year you voted for that change, this is the year we start to make it happen. I know that the referendum last June was divisive at times. I know, of course, that not everyone shared the same point of view, or voted in the same way. But I know too that, as we face the opportunities ahead of us, our shared interests and ambitions can bring us together. We all want to see a Britain that is stronger than it is today. We all want a country that is fairer so that everyone has the chance to succeed. We all want a nation that is safe and secure for our children and grandchildren. These ambitions unite us, so that we are no longer the 52% who voted Leave and the 48% who voted Remain, but one great union of people and nations with a proud history and a bright future. So when I sit around the negotiating table in Europe this year, it will be with that in mind – the knowledge that I am there to get the right deal – not just for those who voted to Leave – but for every single person in this country. Of course, the referendum laid bare some further divisions in our country – between those who are prospering, and those who are not; those who can easily buy their own home, send their children to a great school, find a secure job, and those who cannot; in short, those for whom our country works well, and those for whom it does not. This is the year we need to pull down these barriers that hold people back, securing a better deal at home for ordinary, working people. The result will be a truly united Britain, in which we are all united in our citizenship of this great nation; united in the opportunities that are open to all our people; and united by the principle that it is only your talent and hard work that should determine your future. After all, it is through unity that our people have achieved great things: through our precious union of nations – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; through our union of people – from sports teams to armed forces; businesses to charities; schools to hospitals; and, above all, through our union of communities and families. Of course, it isnt just big, global events that define a year – it is the personal things. 2017 might be the year you start your first job or buy your first home. It might be the year your children start school or go off to university, or that you retire after a lifetime of hard work. These things – lifes milestones – are the things that bind us, whoever we are. As the fantastic MP Jo Cox, who was so tragically taken from us last year, put it: ;We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us.; We have a golden opportunity to demonstrate that – to bring this country together as never before, so that whoever you are, wherever you live, our politics, economy and society work for you, not just a privileged few. So as we look ahead to a year of opportunity and unity, let me wish you and your family a peaceful, prosperous and happy New Year.201701/488363

突破口语之独白(8):Remove Yourself from Stress远离压力If you can't remove the stress, remove yourself. Slip away once in a while for some private time. These quiet moments may give you a fresh perspective on your problems. Avoid stressful people. For example, if you don't get along with your father-in-law but you don't want to make an issue of it, invite other in-laws at the same time you invite him. Having other people around will absorb some of the pressure you would normally feel.如果你们不能转移压力,那就让自己远离压力。适当离开一段时间,为自己找个私人空间。这些安静的时刻也许能够使你对问题产生新的看法,避开给你产生压力的人。例如,如果你和你岳父相处不融洽,但你又不想让这成为大问题,那么在邀请他时也邀请其他的姻亲,有其他的人在身边会消减一些你平常所感觉到的压力。 /200708/16465

乐宁外教口语天天练No.106You shouldn't have openedyour own company;you are 'over your head'.'over your head' 意为something that is too difficult or can't be handled.You shouldn't have openedyour own company;you are 'over your head'.'over your head' 意为something that is too difficult or can't be handled.译文:你不应该自己开公司,那对你来说太困难了. /200701/10118My fellow Americans, In March, we celebrate Womens History Month, honoring the countless contributions that women leaders, scientists, and entrepreneurs have made throughout American history. We are a greater, stronger, and more just Nation today because of women like Clara Barton, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Tubman, and so many others. We honor them and we recommit ourselves to a better future for every woman in America today. On my 50th day in office, I want to talk about an issue of paramount importance to families across our nation – healthcare. Seven years ago this month, Obamacare was signed into law over the profound objections of American people. Our citizens were told they would have to pass Obamacare to find out what it was and how bad it was. Now, we know that the hundreds of pages were full of broken promises. Americans were promised that Obamacare would bring premiums down ,500 for a typical family. Instead, theyve gone up by more than ,000. Americans were promised that Obamacare would increase competition and provide them with more choices. Instead, the number of plans to choose from has plummeted – and I mean plummeted. This year, Americans in nearly one-third of all counties have only one insurer to choose from on the exchanges – or, in effect, no real choice at all. Americans were promised that if they liked their health insurance and their doctors, they could keep them. Instead, millions of Americans lost the insurance and lost the doctor that they liked and were thrust into a cold new reality of higher costs and less coverage. Through seven long years of botched rollouts, soaring costs, cancelled plans, and bureaucratic mandates, Americans have called out for relief. And relief is what we are determined to give them. I want every American to know that action on Obamacare is an urgent necessity. The law is collapsing around us, and if we do not act to save Americans from this wreckage, it will take our healthcare system all the way down with it. If we do nothing, millions more innocent Americans will be hurt – and badly hurt. Thats why we must repeal and replace Obamacare. House Republicans have put forward a plan that gets rid of this terrible law and replaces it with reforms that empower states and consumers. You will have the choice and the freedom to make the decisions that are right for your family. The House plan follows the guidelines I laid out in my recent address to Congress – expanding choice, lowering costs, and providing healthcare access for all. This plan is part of a three-pronged reform process. In concert with the plan in front of Congress, I have directed Dr. Tom Price, our Secretary of Health and Human Services, to use his authority to reduce regulations that are driving up costs of care. We are also working on reforms that lower the costs of care, like allowing Americans to purchase health insurance across state lines. Youve heard me say that many, many times during the debates. I encourage Democrats to work with us to improve the healthcare system for the American people. Also, we will be driving down the costs. We will deliver relief to American workers, families, and small businesses, who right now are being crushed by Obamacare, by increasing freedom, choice, and opportunity for the American people. Thank you very much.201703/500797So for those of you majoring in fortune telling go ahead and burn the midnight oil 对于那些主修算命的同学我鼓励你们继续开夜车The rest of you: not so much As you can tell by now, Im a major sleep evangelist 剩下的人就别这样做了现在你们知道了 我主要是一个睡眠传道者Indeed, at the Huffington Post, in our news room, we have two nap rooms And at first, you know, hundreds of editors, reporters, and engineers 实际上在哈芬顿邮报 我们的新闻室就有两间午休室最开始 数以百计的编辑 记者和工程师Were very reluctant to be seen in mid of the afternoon having a nap but now the 2 nap rooms are continuously booked and we need to open a third 都不怎么情愿去午休室午休但现在 两间午休室长期爆满 我们又开了第三间Although I might say, the other day I was walking by one of the nap rooms and I saw two people walking out of the nap room 我顺便说一下 有一天我走过其中一间午休室看到两个人同时走出午休室And I thought to myself, whatever it takes to recharge yourself Just please dont tell HR, okay? 我心里想 只要能够恢复精力就好别告诉人力资源部就行了 好吧What adding well-being to our definition of success means is that, in addition to looking after our financial capital 将健康加入到成功定义中的真正意义在于我们不应该只照顾好手中的金融资本We need to look after our human capital My mother was an expert of that 我们更应该照顾好我们的人力资本我母亲就是这方面的专家I remember, when I was 12 years old a successful Greek businessman came to dinner at our home in Athenes 我记得我12岁那年一位成功的希腊商人来到我雅典的家中作客And he told us how well everything was going in his life My mother looked at him, looking burnt-out, exhausted, drained and said to him 他跟我们讲他人生中所经历的各种事迹我母亲觉得他看起来精疲力竭 无精打采 于是跟他说201606/448601

即学即用英语会话词典D部分:发怒进入《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 /200707/15649英语会话800句 14 /200608/9082

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