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英语会话800句 46 /200608/9182Thank you, Mr. Secretary General, for the honor to address this body once more. And thanks to the distinguished climate leaders assembled here today who are y to take action.President Abraham Lincoln was also thinking of bold action 150 years ago when he said: ;The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present…As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew. We must disenthrall ourselves, and then we shall save our country.; He was speaking before the U.S. Congress to confront the defining issue of his time – slavery. Everyone knew it had to end, but no one had the political will to stop it. Remarkably, his words ring as true today when applied to the defining crisis of our time – climate change. As a UN Messenger of Peace, I have traveled all over the world for the last two years, documenting how this crisis is changing the natural balance of our planet. Ive seen cities like Beijing choked by industrial pollution, ancient Boreal forests in Canada that have been clear cut and rainforests in Indonesia that have been incinerated. In India, I met farmers whose crops have literally been washed away by historic flooding. In America, I have witnessed unprecedented droughts in California and sea level rise flooding the streets of Miami. In Greenland and in the Arctic, I was astonished to see that ancient glaciers are rapidly disappearing, well ahead of scientific predictions. All that I have seen and learned on my journey has absolutely terrified me. There is no doubt in the worlds scientific community that this a direct result of human activity and the effects of climate change will become astronomically worse in the future. I do not need to tell you these statistics. You know them better than I do, but more importantly, you know whatll happen if this scourge is left unchecked. You know that climate change is happening faster than even the most pessimistic of scientists warned us decades ago. Its become a runaway freight train bringing with it an impending disaster for all living things. Now, think about the shame that each of us will carry when our children and grandchildren look back and realize that we had the means of stopping this devastation, but simply lacked the political will to do so. Yes, we have achieved the Paris Agreement. More countries have come together here to sign this Agreement today than for any other cause in the history of humankind – and that is a reason for hope – but unfortunately, the evidence shows us that it will not be enough. Our planet cannot be saved unless we leave fossil fuels in the ground where they belong. An upheaval and massive change is required right now – one that leads to a new collective consciousness, a new collective evolution of the human race, inspired and enabled by a sense of urgency from all of you. We all know that reversing the course of climate change will not be easy, but the tools are in our hands, if we apply them before it is too late. Renewable energy, fossil fuels and putting a price on carbon pollution are beginning to turn the tide. This transition is not only the right thing for our world, but it also makes clear economic sense, and is possible within our lifetime. But it is now upon you to do what great leaders have always done: to lead, to inspire and empower as President Lincoln did in his time. We can congratulate each other today, but it will mean absolutely nothing if you return to your countries and fail to push beyond the promises of this historic agreement. Now is the time for bold, unprecedented action. My friends, look at the delegates around you. It is time to ask each other – which side of history will you be on? As a citizen of our planet who has witnessed so much on this journey, I thank you all for everything you have done to lay the foundation of a solution to this crisis, but after 21 years of debates and conferences, it is time to declare: no more talk, no more excuses, no more 10-year studies, no more allowing the fossil fuel companies to manipulate and dictate the science and policies that affect our future. This is the only body that can do what is needed. All of you sitting in this very hall, the world is now watching. Youll either be lauded by future generations, or vilified by them. Lincolns words still resonate to all of us here today: ;We will be remembered in spite of ourselves…The fiery trial through which we pass will light us down, in honor or dishonor, to the last generation…We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last best hope of Earth.; That is our charge now – you are the last, best hope of Earth. We ask you to protect it, or we and all living things we cherish are history. Thank you very much.201605/440631

简介: Do it correctly and make sure you go the extra mile.go the extra mile 意为 put more effort and work to make sure that the job is done well and correct.译文:正确完成此事并尽全力确保万无一失。 /200612/9783

点击此处下载音频大家好,广播学口语准时与大家相约,Andy 送上最诚挚的问候! Itrsquo;s a wonderful day, isnrsquo;t it?今天我们要学习的两个俚语是Irsquo;m in no mood for telling jokes和Stop eating your heart out.(过渡音乐)我们先来看第一句俚语Irsquo;m in no mood for telling jokes .Mood 是;心情;的意思,be in no mood for doing something/to do something,不在;的心情上,也就是;没有做某事的心思或兴致;。 Irsquo;m in no mood for telling jokes ,就是;我没心情说笑话;。大明是班里的学习委员,在年级里是种子选手。可这次考试考得很不好,情绪一直很低落 。同宿舍的阿涛没注意到他心情不好,一回去便让他讲个笑话听听,他沉着脸说:;Irsquo;m in no mood for telling jokes.(我没心情说笑话。);阿涛看他不高兴,想逗他开心,便拿出手机来念了一条有趣的短信,可大明不但不领情,还说:;Irsquo;m in no mood to listen to your silly jokes. (我不想听你那些无聊的笑话 。);不过,平时大家还是保持心情愉快的好,这样对人对己都有好处,免得自己不开心,也影响别人。(过渡音乐)下面我们来看第二句话Stop eating your heart out .Eat 是;吃;,heart是;心脏; 。Eat somebodyrsquo;s heart out,;吃掉某人的心脏; ? 当然并没有这么恐怖,让人想起聊斋志异里的鬼灵精怪,吃活人的心脏来维持自己的生命。这个词组实际上是;默默地强忍妒忌 ,渴求,挫折等;。 Stop eating your heart out ,就是;不要再忧伤了;。小董深爱的女友移情别恋,并且和那个男的一起出国了。小董因此闷闷不乐,整天呆在家。暗恋他很久的阿雯问他怎么样了,他怏怏地说:;Since she left hersquo;s been sitting at home eating his heart out.(她走了以后他一直坐在家里,心如刀割。) ;有一天,阿雯在一个小酒店里看到小董在那里喝的醉熏熏的,不忍心看他如此消沉,便走过去抢过他的杯子,说:;I hope you would stop eating your heart out for that girl.(我希望你不要再因那个女孩而忧伤。);如果大家有人遇到了挫折,那么请听Andy一句:Stop eating your heart out. For tomorrowis another day. 因为明天又是新的一天。(过渡音乐)在今天的节目里,我们学了两句俚语Irsquo;m in no mood for telling jokes和Stop eating your heart out. Ok , letrsquo;s call it a day. See you. /200605/7247

  美国成语俗语教程录音 Lesson85-90暂无文本 /200606/7822

  英语日常口语 43:Exam revision本单元是关于复习考试的对话Michal: Oh dear I have my exam today. I'm really worried. Helen, will you practise with me please? Helen: You must be joking! Michal: Alice?Alice: Oh Michal, you know I'm just back from a night-shift. I'm exhausted, sorry. Tim: Don't worry mate, you'll be all right. Just relax, be yourself... Michal: But I did very bad in my practice test last week. Helen: I told you Michal, it's important to revise for exams but you went out every night this week. Michal: Yes I know but it's a speaking exam so I had to talk to people. Won't anyone help me? Thanks Bronka, that's a big help!Vocabulary:(词汇)a night-shift: (夜班)a period of work that takes place during the nightexhausted: (精疲力尽)very tired to revise for exams: (为准备考试而复习)to do special preparation for an exam, when you look back at your earlier work本单元的语言点是 homophones, 在英语里有时候有两个完全不同的字 - 拼写不同、字义不同 - 却有相同的发音。这就叫做 homophones 。举例来说, mail 和 male , practice 和 practise。这是因为英文字并不完全按照声音来拼写。英文里估计大约有 400 组同音字。HomophonesIn English it is possible for two different words - words with different spelling and different meaning - to have the same pronunciation. These are homophones. For example, mail and male and practice and practise. This occurs because English is not written in a strictly phonetic way. There are more than 400 pairs of homophones. Common homophones:(常见同音字)mail and male The first means post and letters, the second is the opposite of femalebrake and break The first stops a car or bicycle from moving, the second means to damage somethingwait and weight The first is what you do at a bus stop, the second is measured in kilogrammes and red The first is the past simple of 'to ', the second is the colour of dangerbuy, by and bye The first is to obtain something using money, the second is a preposition, the third is a shortened form of 'goodbye'sore and soar The first means something hurts, the second means to fly high in the skypause and pawsThe first is a short gap in speech, the second are animals' feet pores and pours The first are small holes in the skin, the second is from the verb 'to pour water from a jug'Verb and noun homophones:(动词与名词同音字)practise and practice Both mean to do something to get better at it. The first is the verb, the second the nounlicense and licence Both refer to official permission to do something. The first (in British English) is verb meaning to give the permission, the second is the noun and refers to the official document of permissionContractions (e.g. he's, I'm) homophones:(缩写同音字)aisle, isle and I'll The first is the gap between columns of seats, the second is a small island, the third is a contraction of 'I will'heel, heal and he'll The first is the back of the bottom of your foot, the second means to repair an injury, the third is a contraction of 'he will'your and you're The first is a possessive pronoun, the second the contraction of 'you are'there, their and they're The first is an adverb, the second a possessive pronoun, the third a contraction of 'they are' /200707/16047。


  即学即用英语会话词典D部分:教导进入《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 /200707/1560323. Here come... 看,······来了。 用法透视 看见某人、某物正朝自己这边来时用该句。此句语序是倒装,"come"应与其后面的名词保持主谓一致,有时名词也可以放在"come"前面。另外也可以说"there come..."。 持范例 1. Look! Here comes the bus. 瞧!公车来了。 2. Here comes Miss Lee, with her charming smile. 李走来了,脸上带着迷人的微笑。 3. There they come. 他们来了。 会话记忆 A: Hi, Mary! You're here aly. Where's Harry? 嗨,玛丽!你已经先到了。哈利呢? B: He isn't a punctual person. We may have to wait for a little while. 他不是个准时的人。我们可能得等一会儿。 A: That should give us time for a cup of coffee. I'll go and get some. 那我们有时间喝杯咖啡了。我去买。 B: Make it three cups. Here comes Harry. 买三杯吧,哈利来了 /200705/13108What about the other side of this contrast? Sexual orientation.我们接着谈另一个问题:性的取向。I have a certain sexual orientation.我有着某种性取向。What is that?它是什么呢?Im attracted to people of a particular gender. Thats true.我会被某种性别的人吸引,没错。Im also attracted to people of a particular age range, body type, personality type, certain kinds of senses of humor.我同时也会被某个年龄段的人吸引,被某种身材、个性的人吸引,别有着某种特定幽默感的人吸引。All of these things make up my sexual orientation, broadly understood.凡此种种,组成了我的性取向。这大家都能理解。But when we talk about sexual orientation, we focus very narrowly on the gender of people that youre attracted to, and then we divide everyone into these nice, neat categories.但是当人们谈到性取向的时候,却往往聚焦在非常窄的一点上--吸引你的人的性别,然后人们就把所有人轻松地分了类:There are heterosexual people, and there are homosexual people.异性恋和同性恋。Then there are bisexual people, and they mess up our neat categories!哎呀,怎么冒出个双性恋来,这不是给我们的分类工作增加难度嘛!Everywhere I go, people say to me, ;I just dont understand bisexuality.;每次我走到什么地方都有人问我:;我搞不懂双性恋这东西?;Let me take a little time to explain it; its not a complicated concept, really.我花点时间解释几句,这不是什么复杂的概念。Some people are attracted to both men and women.有些人同时被男人和女人吸引。Thats it!就这么简单!It doesnt mean theyre attracted to everyone.这并不意味着他们会见谁爱谁。Thatd be exhausting.那会累死的。It doesnt mean theyre confused.这也不意味着他们会搞不清楚自己的情感。It doesnt mean that gender is not important to them.也不意味着性别对他们不重要。It doesnt mean any of those things.以上都不是。It just means its not an overriding factor in what makes people attractive to them.这仅仅意味着对双性恋来说,吸引他们的人究竟是男是女,并不是个决定性因素。And I mention this because many of the same problems faced by gay and lesbian people in our society are faced by bisexual people.我之所以提到这一点,是因为我们社会中的男女同性恋者常常碰到的问题,双性恋者也会碰到。Bisexual people are not half kicked out of the house or half fired from their jobs or half harassed for being bisexual.双性恋者不会被;半逐出家门;或者;半解雇;,也不会因为性取向而被;半骚扰;,他们遭受的对待是相同的。Im going to be focusing on homosexuality tonight, but much of what I say can be applied with the appropriate changes to bisexuality.今晚我主要谈同性恋的话题,但是我今晚谈到的大部分观点,也都适用于双性恋。Finally, in the years that Ive been doing this, a number of people have made the comment, at least in the early years, I started doing this in Texas in the early 90s, and people said to me, ;You know, your approach seems so negative.我的工作始于90年代早期的德克萨斯州。在我多年的工作中,特别是近几年,常会碰到很多人有这样的说法:;你做事的方式似乎有点负面。Youre always talking about the arguments against homosexuality.你总是讨论那些对同性恋的负面论点。Why dont you ever give an argument in favor of homosexuality?;为什么从来没见你提出过持同性恋的正面论点呢?;I say, ;You know, thats a good idea.;我的回答是:好主意!So, I want to start with a kind of preliminary argument in favor of homosexuality.那我就从一个最基础的持同性恋的论点开始说起。Preliminary argument, theres a lot more to be said, but, in a way, the preliminary argument is quite simple:只是个基本的论点,要说的很多,不过某种程度上说,这个基本的论点也很简单:Homosexual relationships make some people happy.同性恋情感关系能让一部分人幸福。201605/443552

  It is a great honour to be with you here this evening for these very special Place2Be Awards. Tonight, we are celebrating the truly remarkable work taking place across Place2Be schools in support of childrens mental health. Without many of the inspiring people gathered here this evening, countless children would not receive the transformational support in their schools. It is because of so many of you here tonight that in their time of need, children have the help, care and attention that will get them through the tough times in their lives. I am a firm believer that it is absolutely crucial to confront problems as early as possible, to prevent them from escalating into even greater issues later in life. This is why Place2Bes work – prioritising childrens emotional wellbeing from the outset– is so important. I have been privileged over recent years to visit a number of schools and to meet the teachers, volunteers, and parents who make Place2Bes work a reality. Together, you ensure your students know they have somewhere to turn, someone who will listen, or simply a safe place to escape. As you all recognise through your support of Place2Be, even the luckiest people can face great challenges. No matter how invincible we seem on the surface, all of us need help from time to time. This is why William, Harry and I have set up the Heads Together campaign. We want to end the stigma surrounding mental health that stops people getting the help that and support that they so desperately need. On a recent visit to Stewards Academy in Harlow, William and I were so impressed by the young people we met. I know that some of you are here tonight. I wanted to thank you again for sharing your stories with us; each of you had faced difficult times but had the courage to seek support and to speak openly about your experiences, encouraging others to do the same. Our young Champion finalists here tonight are extraordinary. You have not only faced challenges, but youve had the resilience to overcome them. You have also, in your willingness to have open conversations, become young mental health pioneers. So well done to you all. I cannot tell you how moved I have been to meet you all this evening. Thank you once again, and have a lovely night.201612/48238133. I don't see any point in... 我觉得没必要······ 用法透视 这里的"point"表示"意义"。这个句型的意思是"做......是没必要的,没意义的"。 持范例 1. I don't see any point in asking him. 我认为问他也没意义。 2. There's no point in wasting time. 没必要浪费时间。 3. I don't see much point in protesting. 我觉得抗议也没多大意义。 会话记忆 A: Why you are so crazy about Beijing Opera? It's so boring. 你怎么会对京剧那么着迷呢?它太无趣了。 B: But I think it's fantastic and charming. Well, you have your opinion and I have mine. 可我觉得京剧非常精,有魅力。哎,你有你的观点,我有我的观点。 A: Maybe you're right. But I just still can't understand... 或许你是对的,但我还是弄不懂...... B: Come on. I don't see any point in arguing about this. Everyone has a right to his own opinion. 算了。我觉得没必要为此辩论。每个人都有权保留自己的意见 /200705/13172

  Later on, he said, ;it was the right thing for me to do.后来 他说 ;我这样做是正确的;.Someone needed to be the first;.总有人要成为第一人.And today, Chester is here celebrating his 50th reunion.而今天 切斯特在这里庆祝他毕业50周年.Where is Chester davenport?切斯特.达文波特在哪.Hes here.他在这里.So if youve had role models, fathers, brothers like that.如果你有这样的榜样 不管是父亲 还是兄弟.Thank them today.今天你该感谢他们.And if you havent, commit yourself.如果你没有这样的榜样.To being that man to somebody else.你可以致力于成为这样的榜样 激励后人.And finally, as you do these things, do them not just for yourself.最后 这样做的时候 不要只为了你自己.But dont even do them just for the African American community.甚至不要只为了非裔美国人群体.I want you to set your sights higher.我希望你们把目光放得更远.At the turn of the last century, web. DuBois spoke about.在上个世纪之交 w.e.b.杜波依斯提出了.The ;talented tenth;.天才的十分之一.A class of highly educated, socially conscious leaders in the black community.即黑人群体中受过良好教育 具有社会意识的领袖们.But its not just the African American community that needs you.但不仅是非裔美国人群体需要你们.The country needs you.国家也需要你们.The world needs you.世界也需要你们.As Morehouse men, many of you know what its like to be an outsider.作为莫尔豪斯人 你们很多人知道作为局外人的感受.Know what its like to be marginalized.知道被边缘化的感受.Know what its like to feel the sting of discrimination.知道被歧视会多么让人难受.And thats an experience that a lot of Americans share.这是很多美国人所共有的体会.Hispanic Americans know that feeling when somebody asks.西语裔美国人也有这种感受.Them where they come from or tell them to go back.总有人对他们说 ;你从哪里来 就回哪里去;.Gay and lesbian Americans feel it when a stranger.美国同性恋者也有这种感受.Passes judgment on their parenting skills or the love that they share.经常有陌生人质疑他们的养育技巧 以及感情是否真挚.201605/443089

  英语场景口语:让土豆“走向世界”我们生活在农村,土豆是我们家乡的土产。【口语要素1】Potato is a local specialty in my town.可不要小瞧我们,村里可是很多人都靠土豆发了财呢。【口语要素2】They make big money on the sale of potatoes.很多还成为了名人。【口语要素3】Some are big shots now.我正考虑将来我们应该让土豆“上网”,走向世界!【口语要素4】I am thinking of selling potatoes through internet.而且我已经下定决心要这样去做。【口语要素5】I am determined to do it. /200604/6679。


  乐宁外教口语天天练No.48The fireworks were awesomeawesome意指 great/impressiveThe fireworks were awesome译文:那些烟花太棒了谢谢收听,明天继续^^ /200610/9523


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