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亲,你们想拥有一口流利的英语口语吗?你们想像世界名人一样拥有敏锐的智慧、滔滔不绝的口才吗?在这里,大家不但可以聆听抑扬顿挫的英文,而且还可以学习到名人的过人之处,相信会受益匪浅的!听,他们来了......201201/168547President Bush Participates in Signing Ceremony with NATO Secretary General De Hoop Scheffer for NATO Accession Protocols for Albania and CroatiaPRESIDENT BUSH: Mr. Secretary General, it's good to have you here in the White House. SECRETARY GENERAL DE HOOP SCHEFFER: Thank you, Mr. President. PRESIDENT BUSH: Thank you for your steadfast leadership and your courage. Ambassadors, thank you for joining us. The ambassador of Croatia and Albania are here for a special reason. Congressman Engel -- I think he's here. (Laughter.) Right in front of us. Congressman, we are so honored you have taken time to be here. Deputy Secretary England, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mullen, thank you for coming. Ambassadors, members of the administration, members of the Diplomatic Corps, friends of freedom: Welcome, we are glad you're here. This is a special moment in the hopeful story of human liberty, as America formally declares its support for Albania and Croatia's entry into NATO. With today's ceremony, we celebrate two young and vigorous democracies seeking to assume new responsibilities in a time of terrorism and a time of war. We strengthen America's partnership with nations that once found themselves in the shackles of communism. We rejoice in taking a major step toward welcoming the people of Albania and Croatia into the greatest alliance for freedom the world has ever known. The ed States is proud to have supported the NATO aspirations of these nations from the beginning. Laura and I fondly remember our visits to Tirana and Zagreb, where we met people who are showing the world the potential and the promise of human freedom. The citizens of Albania and Croatia have overcome war and hardship, built peaceful relations with their neighbors, and helped other young democracies build and strengthen free societies. The people of Albania and Croatia are helping move the world closer to a great triumph of history: A Europe that is whole, a Europe that is free, and a Europe that is at peace. The invitation to join NATO is recognition of the difficult reforms these countries have undertaken on the path to prosperity and peace. In return, NATO membership offers the promise of security and stability. The ed States and our NATO allies will stand united in defense of our fellow members. Once Albania and Croatia formally join NATO, their people can know: If any nation threatens their security, every member of our Alliance will be at their side. The road of reform does not end with acceptance into NATO. Every member of the Alliance has a responsibility to enhance, promote, and defend the cause of democracy. I'm confident that Albania and Croatia will deliver on their commitments to strengthen their democratic institutions and free market systems. Albania and Croatia's entry into NATO is an historic step for the Balkans. In the space of a single decade, this region has transformed itself from a land consumed by war to a contributor to international peace and stability. America looks forward to the day when the ranks of NATO include all the nations in the Balkans -- including Macedonia. I thank Macedonia's ambassador for joining us today. We're proud of the steps you're taking to strengthen your democracy. The great NATO alliance is holding a place for you at our table. And we look forward to your admission as a full NATO member as soon as possible. Our nations seek a path to NATO -- other nations seek a path to NATO membership, and they have the full support of the ed States government. Today I reiterate America's commitment to the NATO aspirations of Ukraine, Georgia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Montenegro. The door to NATO membership also remains open to the people of Serbia, should they choose that path. All these nations treasure the blessings of liberty because they remember the pain of tyranny. And they share NATO's solemn commitment to defend the free against the unfree, and the weak against the strong. The lasting strength of the NATO Alliance is a testament to the enduring power of freedom. And the expansion of this Alliance will lead the way to a safer and more hopeful world. On behalf of my fellow Americans, I offer congratulations to the people of Albania and Croatia on this historic achievement. May your children always honor the struggles you endured. May the stories of Albania and Croatia be a light to those who remain in the darkness of tyranny. And may your example help guide them to a brighter day. It's now my honor to welcome the Secretary General to the podium. Mr. Secretary General. (Applause.) SECRETARY GENERAL DE HOOP SCHEFFER: Credit where credit is due. Mr. President, Madam Ambassador, Mr. Ambassadors, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen: Almost 60 years ago now, when NATO's founding treaty was signed right here in this city, one delegate expressed the hope that it would prove to be a continuous creation. Today's ceremony is ample proof that this hope has been realized. With Albania and Croatia, two more proud democracies will soon enter our transatlantic family. What started with 12 nations will soon comprise 28. There is no stronger vindication of the enduring nature of the Washington treaty and of the values that it enshrines. Our Atlantic Alliance was born in the Cold War, but it has long outlasted the circumstances that brought it into being. NATO today is an active Alliance and actively working to defend its values against threats from wherever they may come; an Alliance whose members are committed to developing the instruments and the capabilities that are needed to fulfill their demanding missions; and an Alliance determined to work with other nations and organizations to deal with the many challenges before us. Today we will be witnessing the ed States of America ratification of the Protocols of Accession. Given the indispensable political and military role of this nation in our Alliance, this is a most significant moment. We are now one major step nearer to welcoming into the Alliance Albania and Croatia, two more countries who have demonstrated, by word and by deed, that they are willing and able to shoulder the responsibilities of NATO membership. Their accession will be a boon for NATO, as it will strengthen our common effort to safeguard and promote security and stability. But -- and you, Mr. President, said it aly -- it will also be a boon for southeast Europe and a vivid demonstration that southeast Europe can shed its tragic past. Both countries have set an example for others to follow and we will encourage and support all those who aspire that same goal -- for the Europe we are seeking to build should be a continent where nations are free to determine their own future and not have their future decided by others. Mr. President, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen: Even after almost 60 years, the Washington treaty indeed remains a continuous creation. This treaty has not only sparked a unique Alliance, it has also helped to create a unique transatlantic community, a strong community of shared values and interests, a community which shall be strengthened further with the joining of Albania and Croatia. And let me end, Mr. President, by crediting you for your relentless investment and your relentless energy of making NATO a larger and more successful Alliance. I think we have seen in your eight years the energy this Alliance deserves -- but without your personal commitment, I think this would not have been possible. Let me add that finally, on a personal note. Thank you very much. (Applause.) 200810/53915REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTIN ARNOLD, MISSOURI TOWN HALLFox Senior High SchoolArnold, Missouri10:25 A.M. CDTTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you so much. Thank you. Everybody please have a seat. Have a seat. Thank you so much. What a wonderful introduction. It's good to be out of Washington, good to be back in the Midwest. AUDIENCE MEMBER: We love you!THE PRESIDENT: Love you back. (Applause.)Let me, first of all, ask everybody to give a huge round of applause to Linda for the great introduction and everything that she's been doing in the community. Thank you so much. (Applause.)I've got a few other friends who are here -- you may know them, I want to make sure that I acknowledge them. One of, I think, the finest members of Congress that we have and somebody who's just been a great friend of mine, she is somebody you want in the foxhole with you when you got a tough fight -- please give a huge round of applause to Claire McCaskill. (Applause.)We've got one of the finest new governors in the country, Jay Nixon. (Applause.) Where did Jay go? There he is. An outstanding Secretary of State and somebody who I think may turn out to be pretty good in Washington if she just so decides -- Robin Carnahan. (Applause.) We've got Attorney General Chris Koster here. (Applause.) State Treasurer Clint Zweifel. (Applause.) A great friend who was with me from the start -- Susan Montee, your State Auditor. (Applause.) We have our outstanding host today, Mayor Ron Counts, of Arnold. (Applause.)We've got Congressman Russ Carnahan, who is voting on the budget today, but I want everybody to give him a big round of applause anyway. (Applause.)I want to thank everybody here at Fox High School for their hospitality. (Applause.) I want to thank your lovely school superintendent, who is just doing an outstanding job. Please stand up. (Applause.) I want to thank the Warriors for the basketball jersey -- (applause) -- which I will wear with pride -- yeah! (Applause.) If I ever get to play basketball again -- (laughter) -- they've been keeping me a little busy.It is great to be back in the middle of America, where common sense often reigns. (Applause.) And this reminds me of why I like to get out of Washington now and again. The last time I was in Missouri was just under six months ago, at a high school a lot like this one. We were in Springfield; it was two days before the election, and I was making my final case to the American people. And it was just an unbelievable crowd, bigger than anything anybody had expected. And so we're here in Missouri to -- we were here in Missouri at the end of a long journey to the White House, and so now I want to come back and speak to you at the beginning of another long journey. Today marks 100 days since I took the oath of office to be your President. (Applause.) One hundred days. It's a good thing. Thank you. Thank you. (Applause.)Now, back in November, some folks were surprised that we showed up in Springfield at the end of our campaign. But then again, some folks were surprised that we even started our campaign in the first place. (Laughter.) They didn't give us much of a chance. They didn't think we could do things differently. They didn't know if this country was y to move in a new direction.But here's the thing -- my campaign wasn't born in Washington. My campaign was rooted in neighborhoods just like this one, in towns and cities all across America; rooted in folks who work hard and look after their families and seek a brighter children -- future for their children and for their communities and for their country.It was driven by workers who were tired of seeing their jobs shipped overseas, their health care costs go up, their dreams slip out of reach. (Applause.) It was grounded in a sense of unity and common purpose with every single American, whether they voted for me on Election Day or voted for somebody else. It was energized by every citizen who believed that the size of our challenges had outgrown the smallness of our politics. My campaign was possible because the American people wanted change.I ran for President because I wanted to carry those voices -- your voices -- with me to Washington. (Applause.) And so I just want everybody to understand: You're who I'm working for every single day in the White House. I've heard your stories; I know you sent me to Washington because you believed in the promise of a better day. And I don't want to let you down.You believed that after an era of selfishness and greed, that we could reclaim a sense of responsibility on Wall Street and in Washington, as well as on Main Street. You believed that instead of huge inequalities and an economy that's built on a bubble, we could restore a sense of fairness to our economy and build a new foundation for lasting growth and prosperity. You believed that at a time of war, we could stand strong against our enemies and stand firmly for our ideals, and show a new face of American leadership to the world. That's the change that you believed in. That's the trust you placed in me. It's something I will never forget, the fact that you made this possible.So today, on my 100th day in office, I've come to report to you, the American people, that we have begun to pick ourselves up and dust ourselves off, and we've begun the work of remaking America. (Applause.) We're working to remake America. Now, we've got a lot of work to do, because on our first day in office we found challenges of unprecedented size and scope. Our economy was in the midst of the most serious downturn since the Great Depression. Banks had stopped lending. The housing market was crippled. The deficit was at .3 trillion. And meanwhile, families continued to struggle with health care costs, too many of our kids couldn't get the education they needed, the nation remained trapped by our dangerous dependence on foreign oil.Now, these challenges could not be met with half-measures. They couldn't be met with the same old formulas. They couldn't be confronted in isolation. They demanded action that was bold and sustained. They demand action that is bold and sustained. They call on us to clear away the wreckage of a painful recession, but also, at the same time, lay the building blocks for a new prosperity. And that's the work that we've begun over these first 100 days.To jumpstart job creation and get our economy moving again, we passed the most ambitious economic recovery plan in our nation's history. And aly, we're beginning to see this change take hold. In Jefferson City, over 2,500 jobs will be created on Missouri's largest wind farm, so that American workers are harnessing clean, American energy. (Applause.) Across the state, roughly 20,000 transportation jobs will be supported by the Recovery Act, so that Missourians are rebuilding your roads, your bridges, your rails.To restore fairness to our economy, we've taken several steps with Congress to strengthen the middle class. We cut taxes for 95 percent of American households through a tax cut that will put 0 billion directly into your pockets. (Applause.) We finally signed a law long overdue that will protect equal pay for equal work for American women. (Applause.) We extended health care to millions of children across this country. (Applause.)We launched a housing plan that has aly contributed to a spike in the number of homeowners who are refinancing their mortgages, which is the equivalent of another tax cut for them. And if you haven't refinanced, you might want to take a look and see if it's possible, because that can save people a lot of money. We've taken steps to unfreeze the market for auto loans and student loans and small business loans. And we're acting with the full force of the federal government to ensure that our banks have the capital and the confidence to lend money to the families and business owners who keep this economy running.Now, even as we cleared away the wreckage, I've also said that we can't go back to an economy that's built on a pile of sand -- on inflated home prices and maxed-out credit cards; on over-leveraged banks and outdated regulations that allowed the recklessness of just a few people to threaten the prosperity of all of us.So that's why I introduced a budget and other measures that build on the Recovery Act to lay a new foundation for growth -- a foundation that's built on five pillars that will strengthen our economy and help us compete in the 21st century: number one, new investments in education that will equip our workers with the right skills and training; number two, new investments in renewable energy that will create millions of jobs and new industries; number three, new investments in health care that will cut costs for families and businesses; number four, new savings that will bring down our deficit; and number five, new rules for Wall Street that reward drive and innovation. (Applause.)Now, I've got to say that some of the people in Washington have been surprised -- they said, boy, he's so ambitious; he's been trying to do so much. Now, maybe they're not accustomed to this, but there's no mystery to what we've done. The priorities that we've acted upon were the things that we said we'd do during the campaign. (Applause.) I mean, it's not like anybody should be surprised. The policies we've proposed were plans we talked about for two years, in places like this, all across the country with ordinary Americans. The changes that we've made are the changes we promised. That's what you should expect from a President. You may not always agree with me, but if you take a look at what I said I was going to do when I was running for office, and you now look at what we are in the middle of doing -- we're doing what we said we'd do. (Applause.)04/68439

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Last December ,I were to Boston to visit my parents. One day ,when I was skating at Boston Common ,去年十二月,我去波士顿探望我父母.有一天,当我正在波士顿公园滑冰的时候,I came to know a skating coach by the name of the Joe Toliver , a very nice man.我认识一个滑冰教授,一个非常好的男人,名字叫乔.托立弗.Joe was teaching serveral boys and girls ,black and white.We talked ,and he told me how much he loved sports.乔在教几个男孩和女孩,有白人和黑人.我们谈话中他告诉我,他是如此喜欢运动.He said,;Sports are a sort of art, or a sort of music ,that bring people together without the need of translation .;他说:;运动是一种艺术,或一种音乐,无需翻译就能把人们团结在一起.;Those lovely boys and girls were here and there ,giggling ,shouting ,and frolicking with joy .到处都是这些男孩和女孩,笑着,喊着,欢乐地嬉闹着.At that moment ,an idea came to me ,or rather a heart -felt wish :What if these children some day go to China ,and play with Chinese boys and girls?那时,我的一个想法冒出来了,或者是一个心里的希望:如果有一天这些男孩和女孩去到中国,与中国的男孩和女孩一起玩,那该那么好!Sincerely ,I wish they will come .I wish they will grow into strong and handsome young men and women ,and come to Beijing in the year 2008 for the grand Olympic Games.诚然,我希望他们能来.我希望他们将成长为强壮的年轻美男和美女,在二零零八年来到北京参加奥林匹克运动盛会.Why they come I dont really care.They may come to compete in sports events other than skating.他们为什么来我并不在乎,除了滑冰,他们可以来角逐体育奖牌.They may even come ,not to play sports ,but to cheer for their national teams.他们甚至不是来参加体育比赛,而是来为他们的国家队加油.Whats important is that they come.Whats more important is that people all over the world will gather in Beijing for the bliss of peace and friendship.他们到来的重要性,世界各国人民汇聚北京更重要的事情是祝愿世界的和平和友谊.As Mr.Samaranch has said that the essence of Olympia is not confrontation ,rather ,the Olympic spirit is the desire for a healthy life ,the disire for a better world.正如萨马兰奇先生所说,奥林匹克的精髓不是竞技,奥林匹克的精神是对健康生活的渴望,对一个更好的世界的渴望.An astronaut once said,;From the spaceship I looked at our globe ,so lovely and peaceful like a sleeping baby.一位宇航员曾说过,;从太空中看我们的地球,她是如此的可爱和平静,就像是一个熟睡的婴儿.Suddenly ,I felt the impulse to ask myself ; where are the national boundaries ?Why couldnt I see them?突然间,我有一种冲动而自问:国家之间的界线在哪里?为什么我看不见它们?Then the answer dawned upon me ;When God created human beings, He never divided them by drawing any lines .于是我悟到了,当上帝创造人类时,他从来没有用任何线条把他们划分开,It is poeple who keep themselves apart by wars and confrontations.;那是人类自己用战争和对抗来分隔彼此.;Come to recall the sight of the Sydney games,however ,we see the athletes of North and South Korea parading as one team .回顾悉尼奥运会的一幕,我们看到了南北朝鲜作为同一个队伍出场,We see American and Chinese women footballers hugging each other with tears in their eyes.我们看到美国和中国的足球姑娘们热泪盈眶地拥抱在一起.There used to be no boundary in human world ,and there shouldnt be.人类世界本来就没有界线,也不应该有.The Olympic flag represents a dream .Pople from the five continents join their hands like the five rings tightly connected.奥林匹克旗代表了一个梦,来自五大洲的人们手牵手像五个紧密相连的环,Misunderstandings are gone ,confrontations are gone.误会消除了,障碍消除了.Not long ago ,I got an e-mail From Joe .He told me the children were making great progress.不久前,我收到乔的一封电子邮件.他告诉我孩子们正有很大的进步,and he hoped they would turn out to be brilliant athletes.He also wished Beijing good luck ,saying if Beijing succeeds, he will come to China with his family to witness the great Olympics,and have a taste of well-know Beijing roast duck.他希望他们会成长为出色的运动员.他也祝愿北京好运,说如果北京成功了,他会带着家人来到中国见这个盛会,而且品尝著名的北京烤鸭.Reading Joes e-mail ,I fell in deep thought .2008 ,what will I be like at that time ?读了乔的电子邮件,我陷入了沉思中.那时候我会变成怎么样呢?I may no longer be a student of law ,and have probably become a lawer as I have always wished.我不再是法律系的学生,可能已经一如所愿地成了一名律师.I maybe working in Beijing ,maybe not .But ,no matter where Ill be ,what Ill be doing ,my heart will stand by it .我可能在北京工作,或者不是.但是,无论我在哪里,无论我在干什么,我的心永远准备着.Ill act as a common volunteer and do whatever I can for Beijing ,for Olympics,for a better world .我将作为一名普通的志愿者,为北京,为奥运,为一个更好的世界尽我所能.My dear friends ,let us firmly believe that under the guidance of the Olympic Flame ,we will march together and sing together ,亲爱的朋友,我们坚信在奥林匹克的圣火指引下,我们能够一起迈步,一起歌唱.for the peace of the world ,for the brotherhood of mankind.That day will come ,when our songs cross the time and space and go everlasting .为了世界的和平,为了人类的手足之情,我们的歌声穿越时空持续永远的日子将会到来.And that will be the very day ,when the Olympic dream comes true.Thank you ,Thank you .那也是奥林匹克实现的一天.谢谢,谢谢.Rick:Contestant number twenty ,what major effects will Chinas membership of the World Trade Organization have on the country?里克:第二十号选手,中国加入世贸组织对于国家有什么主要的影响?LiBeid:Thank you for the question .Well, the um,sorry ,the topic reminds me of a story .李贝蒂:谢谢您的问题.对不起,这个问题让我想起了一个故事.One day a poet went down to the seaside to think about the ending of this new poem.有一天,一位诗人去海边想他的新诗篇的结尾.Suddenly he caught sihgt of a figure dancing in the distance..突然间,他看到远处有个人影在舞动,He was very curious and he walked up to the figure.It turned out to be a young man who was actually not dancing but picking up something from the beach.他觉得很奇怪,就向人影走过去.原来是一个年轻人,实际上他并不是在跳舞,他正从沙滩上捡东西.He stopped the young man and asked him ,;Could you please tell me what are you doing here my young man?;他拦住年轻人问他:;年轻人,你能不能告诉我你正在干什么呢?;The young man answered,;The sun is about to rise and if the starfish remain on the beach ,they will be dried and dead .I want to save them .;年轻人回答说:;太阳就要升起来了,如果海星仍然留在海滩上,它们会被烤干致死,我想挽救它们.;On hearing this ,the poet laughed and said ,;But cant you see there are hundres of starfish remaining on the beach .听完之后,诗人笑着说:;但是难道你没看到海滩上有上千条海星吗?The sun is about to rise in just a few minutes .You cannot possibly save all the starfish .;几分钟内,太阳就要升起来了,你不可能挽救所有的海星的.;There was a silence.Then the young man picked up another starfish ,looked the poet in the eye and said ,一阵沉默,接着年轻人又捡起另外一条海星,看着诗人的眼睛说:;That is very true.But if I take action right now ,I can at least make a difference to this one .;;非常正确,但是如果我马上行动,至少我可以改变这一条鱼的命运.;Again ,the young man ran to the sea and threw the lucky starfish into the beautiful blue water .年轻人又跑到海里把这条幸运的海星归还给碧蓝的大海.Thinking about a topic, the major effect of Chinas becoming a member of the World Trade Organization ,in my opinion,is to give China such spirit.想想这个主题,加入世贸对中国的主要影响,依我之见,是给中国如此精神.Is to stimulate the Chinese people , to make them realize that we cannot sit there waiting for the tree lunch like what we did years ago.鼓舞中国人民,让他们意识到我们不能像多年前那样等待免费午餐.On the contrary ,we should stand up right away to work ,to compete ,to take the challenges.相反,我们应该努力工作,奋斗,接受挑战.This is the time of knowledge economy ,the age of changes and speed,the era of development and surpassing the outpack of competition and cooperation .这是知识经济的时代,变化和飞速发展的年代,是发展和超越过去 ,竞争和合作的时代.Tomorrow is so far away ,seize the day .Thank you.明天是如此遥远,把握现在每一天,谢谢.Judge:Thank you very much indeed candidate number twenty .You ,you gave us a very moving and vivid picture of world peach and ,uh ,uh ,uh as you rightly say ,评委:二十号选手,真的非常谢谢你.你给我们描绘了一幅非常感人和生动的世界和平图,正如你所说,the, uh,Olympic ideal promotes ,umm, good relations between nations .But its not the only thing that does.奥林匹克的精神在于促进国家之间的良好关系.但那不是唯一的事情,And I wonder if you can think of any other things that you might just briefly mention which promote good relations between nations.我想知道你是否能想到其他促进国家之间的良好关系的方法.Li Beidi:Well, I have a, a very good example about this .Uh,if Im not mistaken ,in 1971,a group of U.S.ping-pong players visited China at the invitation of Chinese government,李贝蒂:对这,我有一个好例子.如果我没有弄错,在一九七一年,承中国政府的邀请,美国的一个乒乓球队访问中国,and the next year ,a Chinese group paid back a visit to the ed States and communicated with the palyers there.接着第二年,一个中国队回访美国,与其队员交流.Um,uh ,in the ,in the twenty years of Cold War actually ,it was the first time that there was a closer contact between the ed States and China.实际上,这是二十年冷战后,美国和中国第一次较亲近的接触.It was the little ball that broke the ice between the ed States and China and gave both governments a chance to build up the friendship.是这个小小的球打破了美国和中国的僵局,给中美政府建立友谊的机会,It was the little ball that brought the understandigs between poeple in the two countries .是这个小小的球让两国人民互相理解,Thus ,brought along communication and cooperation .Thank you .带来了交流和合作.谢谢.Judge:Thank you .Well done .Thank you contestant number twenty .Um,Id like to focus on the ,uh ,second topic you gave dealing with ,um,评委:谢谢.说得好.谢谢二十号选手.我想集中于你的第二个主题,the effect that involvement in the World Trade Organization will have,an as China becomes more globalized,中国加入世贸的影响,随着中国更加国际化,as all countries are becoming ,are there certain aspects of your culture that you would particularly want to make sure that ,um,正如所有国家一样.随着中国的国际化,有没有一些文化方面的东西,你特别想确定China becomes more globalized it doesnt lose aspects of the culture that you think are very important for China to ,它会不会失去?一些你觉得对中国很重要的文化,values that you think that its very important for China maintain even though it becomes a more global country.你觉得它是如此重要中国应该保留的,尽管她变成了国际化的国家.LiBeidi:Well, I dont worry at all about this topic ,because I ,I believe that even ,um ,after Chinas entry into the WTO,李贝蒂:我一点都不担心这个问题,因为我相信中国加入世贸组织后,there is something in our culture that we can surely maintain.我们文化中的某些东西肯定可以保存下来.Actually ,um,well ,I dont know whether you live in Beijing or not ,but ,um,if you go to uh some ,some like operas,实际上,我不知道你是否住在北京,如果你去一些地方,如剧院,you know Beijing Opera ,you know,there are a lot of places where you can ,you can go and listen and watch the Beijing opera.你知道京剧,你知道有很多的地方你可以去,你可以去听和看京剧,We were not going to lose them.And the other thing is like the ,our language ,the Chinese art ,uh ,the Chinese characters.我们不会失去它们的.另外如我们的语言,中国文字,Uh,Now we have the uh,uh ,the uh, we can ,we have the Chinese acters on Internet.The ,the ,the ,domain ,we ,we ,can ,um have ,uh the, uh,all kinds of ,uh, uh ,newspapers and TVs,现在我们在因特网可以看到中国文字.在所有领域里,如报纸和电视.that we ,we ,we still have the broadcasting in Chinese.We are not going to lose our language.我们仍然用中文广播,我们不会失去自己的语言.And the most important thing is that Chinese,I think Chinese people like they always are, they will look at the future with smiles on their face.最重要的是中国人,我想和中国人会一如既往,他们会笑脸迎未来.We are confident.We believe that nothing is so difficult if we set our minds on it.我们有信心,我们相信如果我们决定了的事情,是没有困难可吓倒的.This is the most important thing for China because this is the spirit,which is rooted in Chinese nation.We are not going to lose it.Thank you.对于中国,这是最重要的事情,因为这是一种精神,是中华民族的根,我们不会失去它.谢谢.Judge:Thank you.I believe I heard you say that you are a law student,not an English major .Is that right ?评委:谢谢.我相信我听你说起过你是一名法律系学生,而不是英语专业的学生,是吗?LiBeidi:Thats right .李贝蒂:是的.Judge:Well, um ,could you tell us why ?What prompted you to participate in this contest?评委:你能不能告诉我们为什么?是什么东西促使你参加这次比赛?I mean most of the students who participate in this contest are English majors.我的意思是大部分参加比赛的学生都是英语系的.LiBeid:Well.李贝蒂:嗯.Judge:What made you decide to participate in this competition?评委:什么东西促使你决定参加这次比赛?LiBeid:Well,uh ,to tell you the truth,I didnt do anything special to ,to prepare for todays competition because as a student majoring in law,李贝蒂:老实说,我并没有为今天的比赛作特别的准备,因为作为法律系的学生,you ,you got to have a , a ,a large range of knowledge.You should have a ,you should be enthusiastic about the society ,not only in English ,你得有多方面的知识.你必须对这个社会有热情,不仅仅对英语,but also in ,in foreign cultures like Britain or Australia.You should have a,a deeper understanding about your society and other societies.而且也包括英国和澳大利亚的国外文化.你应该对你的社会和其他社会有深层的了解.So ,the preparation for todays competition ,I think is through the twenty years, from the very day I was born till today .所以对这次比赛的准备,我想贯穿了二十年,从我出生的那一天到今天.I have been growing .I have been getting knowledge,thats the preparation ,not only for todays competition,but thats the preparation for my whole life .Thank you .我不断地成长,我不断地汲取知识,那就是准备,不仅仅为了今天的比赛,是为我的整个人生做准备.谢谢.09/85301

21世纪杯全国英语演讲比赛 第四名 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报 200808/46602

[Nextpage视频演讲]President Obama calls on Congress to take an up-or-down vote on extending unemployment benefits and to stop political maneuvering that Americans in need of assistance in limbo.Download mp4 (63MB) | mp3 (6MB) [Nextpage演讲文本]THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody. Right now, across this country, many Americans are sitting at the kitchen table, they’re scanning the classifieds, they’re updating their resumes or sending out another job application, hoping that this time they’ll hear back from a potential employer. And they’re filled with a sense of uncertainty about where their next paycheck will come from. And I know the only thing that will entirely free them of those worries –- the only thing that will fully lift that sense of uncertainty –- is the security of a new job.To that end, we all have to continue our efforts to do everything in our power to spur growth and hiring. And I hope the Senate acts this week on a package of tax cuts and expanded lending for small businesses, where most of America’s jobs are created.So we've got a lot of work to do to make sure that we are digging ourselves out of this tough economic hole that we've been in. But even as we work to jumpstart job growth in the private sector, even as we work to get businesses hiring again, we also have another responsibility: to offer emergency assistance to people who desperately need it -- to Americans who’ve been laid off in this recession. We've got a responsibility to help them make ends meet and support their families even as they’re looking for another job.That’s why it’s so essential to pass the unemployment insurance extension that comes up for a vote tomorrow. We need to pass it for men like Jim Chukalas, who’s with me here today. Jim worked as a parts manager at a Honda dealership until about two years ago. He’s posted resumes everywhere. He’s gone door-to-door looking for jobs. But he hasn’t gotten a single interview. He’s trying to be strong for his two young kids, but now that he’s exhausted his unemployment benefits, that’s getting harder to do.We need to pass it for women like Leslie Macko, who lost her job at a fitness center last year and has been looking for work ever since. Because she’s eligible for only a few more weeks of unemployment, she’s doing what she never thought she’d have to do -- not at this point, anyway. She’s turning to her father for financial support.And we need to pass it for Americans like Denise Gibson, who was laid off from a real estate agency earlier this year. Denise has been interviewing for jobs -– but so far nothing has turned up. Meanwhile, she’s fallen further and further behind on her rent. And with her unemployment benefits set to expire, she’s worried about what the future holds.We need to pass it for all the Americans who haven’t been able to find work in an economy where there are five applicants for every opening; who need emergency relief to help them pay the rent and cover their utilities and put food on the table while they’re looking for another job. And for a long time, there’s been a tradition –- under both Democratic and Republican Presidents –- to offer relief to the unemployed. That was certainly the case under my predecessor, when Republican senators voted several times to extend emergency unemployment benefits. But right now, these benefits –- benefits that are often the person’s sole source of income while they’re looking for work -– are in jeopardy. And I have to say, after years of championing policies that turned a record surplus into a massive deficit, the same people who didn’t have any problem spending hundreds of billions of dollars on tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans are now saying we shouldn’t offer relief to middle-class Americans like Jim or Leslie or Denise, who really need help.Over the past few weeks, a majority of senators have tried -– not once, not twice, but three times –- to extend emergency relief on a temporary basis. Each time, a partisan minority in the Senate has used parliamentary maneuvers to block a vote, denying millions of people who are out of work much-needed relief. These leaders in the Senate who are advancing a misguided notion that emergency relief somehow discourages people from looking for a job should talk to these folks.That attitude I think reflects a lack of faith in the American people, because the Americans I hear from in letters and meet in town hall meetings –- Americans like Leslie and Jim and Denise -- they’re not looking for a handout. They desperately want to work. Just right now they can’t find a job. These are honest, decent, hardworking folks who’ve fallen on hard times through no fault of their own, and who have nowhere else to turn except unemployment benefits and who need emergency relief to help them weather this economic storm.Now, tomorrow we will have another chance to offer them that relief, to do right by not just Jim and Leslie and Denise, but all the Americans who need a helping hand right now -- and I hope we seize it. It’s time to stop holding workers laid off in this recession hostage to Washington politics. It’s time to do what’s right -- not for the next election but for the middle class. We’ve got to stop blocking emergency relief for Americans who are out of work. We’ve got to extend unemployment insurance. We need to pass those tax cuts for small businesses and the lending for small businesses. Times are hard right now. We are moving in the right direction. I know it’s getting close to an election, but there are times where you put elections aside. This is one of those times. And that’s what I hope members of Congress on both sides of the aisle will do tomorrow. Thanks very much. END11:00 A.M. EDT[Nextpage相关报道] 【相关中文报道】美国东部时间7月19日(北京时间7月20日)消息,今天美国总统奥巴马在白宫玫瑰园发表讲话,力推国会通过一项340亿美元的失业救助法案,以此延长对美国失业人员的救助。  据美国劳工部统计,在6月份失业金期满之后,有超过250万美国人失去了生活的来源。美国今年上半年平均失业率为9.7%,一些经济学家甚至预计到2011年失业率还将继续升高。在此之前国会否决了这项提案,理由是这项法案需要出的340亿美元将加大美国赤字开。  奥巴马总统在发言中严厉地抨击了持反对意见的共和党,他认为法案之所以未被通过是因为国会中的共和党人坚持错误的看法,即领取失业救济金的人就会放弃寻找工作。而共和党人在美国经济最困难的时候,不愿意向那些失去生活来源的家庭提供帮助。他说:“现在是时候停止拿经济衰退中失业的美国人作为政治的筹码。”奥巴马希望通过此项法案,可以将失业救济金的有效期延长到11月底。  奥巴马总统的说法立即受到共和党人的反驳,共和党人表示愿意继续为失业者提供救助金,但建议使用政府刺激基金来付这项费用,以免再次提高美国巨额赤字。众议院共和党领袖约翰-纳(John Boehner)在一份声明中回应:我们愿意以负责任的财政管理方式继续提供失业救助,华盛顿民主党恣意的庞大开销已经使美国债务和赤字更为恶化,我们在以正确的方式做正确的事。”  在成功推动国会相继通过金融改革法案和医保改革之后,美国就业问题是奥巴马政府最为关注的头等大事。尽管美国政府一直试图以刺激政策拉动美国经济的增长和增加就业机会,但迄今收效甚微。为此,上周奥巴马特意会晤股神巴菲特和多位商界领袖,讨论与私人机构合作创造就业职位。其后还向前总统克林顿讨教,希望借其任职期间的成功经济政策,振兴当前美国经济。 (本段文字来源:和讯财经网)201007/109388

IMlyeASwiDQ_SBUH@[(;ruY4pPresident Kennedy, who said that ;no religious body should seek to impose its will,; also urged religious leaders to state their views and give their commitment when the public debate involved ethical issues. In drawing the line between imposed will and essential witness, we keep church and state separate, and at the same time we recognize that the City of God should speak to the civic duties of men and women._4lo_+@Tw|5ac_.YOThere are four tests which draw that line and define the difference.kMZq4AFg2P%hNRcI]First, we must respect the integrity of religion itself.BW)t7Y@~h3(KcZ.xGl.XPeople of conscience should be careful how they deal in the word of their Lord. In our own history, religion has been falsely invoked to sanction prejudice -- even slavery -- to condemn labor unions and public spending for the poor. I believe that the prophecy, ;The poor you have always with you; is an indictment, not a commandment. And I respectfully suggest that God has taken no position on the Department of Education -- and that a balanced budget constitutional amendment is a matter of economic analysis, and not heavenly appeals.Religious values cannot be excluded from every public issue; but not every public issue involves religious values.k^28rALeK@R_]k2BTFX@cwEImps!zLCqgONqF[0^z0Ua^QlG(yRZ1zB4evTATC#Prj,u1j163476

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