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A潘玮柏教学地道日常口语 13 /200707/15458

Hi, everybody. This week, Im speaking to you from our Nuclear Security Summit. I welcomed more than 50 leaders from around the world to make sure were working together to meet one of the greatest threats to global security – terrorists getting their hands on a weapon of mass destruction, like a nuclear weapon. Fortunately, because of our efforts so far, no terrorist group has yet succeeded in obtaining a nuclear device or producing a dirty bomb using radioactive materials. But we know that al Qaeda has tried. ISIL has aly used chemical weapons in Syria and Iraq. And if they ever got hold of a nuclear weapon or nuclear material, we have no doubt theyd use it. Thats why weve been leading a global effort to secure the worlds nuclear materials. And with summits like this, weve made important progress. Working with other nations, we have removed or secured enough nuclear material for more than 150 nuclear weapons – material that will now never fall into the hands of terrorists. All of South America is now free of these deadly materials. Central Europe and Southeast Asia are on track to be free of them later this year. That means that as terrorists and criminal gangs look around for the deadly ingredients for a nuclear device, vast regions of the world are now off limits. This is a remarkable achievement. And at this summit, we pledged to keep up our efforts to prevent the worlds most deadly networks from obtaining the worlds most deadly weapons. Our summit was also another opportunity to make sure the world remains united and focused on destroying ISIL. A majority of the nations who came here are part of our global coalition against ISIL. A number of our countries have been targeted by ISIL. Just about all our nations have seen citizens travel to join ISIL in Syria and Iraq. In Syria and Iraq, ISIL continues to lose ground. Our coalition continues to take out its leaders, including those planning terrorist attacks against our countries. Theyre losing their oil infrastructure and revenues. Their morale is suffering. As ISIL is squeezed in Syria and Iraq, its lashing out elsewhere, as weve seen most recently – and tragically – from Turkey to Brussels. During our summit, we focused on ways to step up our efforts to disrupt terrorist attacks. It requires even more cooperation to prevent the flow of foreign terrorist fighters and sharing even more information and intelligence. Thats why I invited all the nations represented at this summit to join us in a broader discussion among our intelligence and security services on how we can improve information sharing to prevent terrorist attacks. This continues to be a difficult fight. But every day, our dedicated professionals – military, diplomatic, intelligence, counterterrorism, homeland security, law enforcement, and nuclear experts – are working to protect us. Because of the progress we made this week, and over recent years, more of the worlds nuclear material is secure. Its harder for terrorists to get it. And as Commander in Chief, I want you to know that were going to keep doing everything in our power to keep our nation safe and strong and free.201604/435276

Ⅲ SPORTS 7 American’s Favorites美 国 人 的 爱 好Part One Expressions1.Cal Ripken just hit a home run. 卡尔·利普金击出一个本垒打。2.What’s the score?比分是多少?3.Who’s winning?谁赢了?4.The referee just called a penalty on the home team.裁判判罚主场的球队。5.Baseball is America’s favorite pastime.棒球是美国人最喜欢的活动。6.What a hit!瞧这球!7.The quarterback threw a touchdown pass.四分卫触地得分。8.He shoots; he scores!他投篮得分!9.They are the Los Angeles Lakers’ star players.他们是洛杉矶湖人队的明星球员。10.Michael Jordan’s slam-dunks are beautiful things to watch.迈克·乔丹的灌篮真是好看。Part Two Dialogues1. Watch Games看比赛A: Here’s your hot dog and beer. What happened? Did I miss anything?B: Yeah, Cal Ripken just hit a home run.A: What’s the score?B: Well it was 3 to 4, but Ripken’s home run made it 5 to 4 since another player was on first base.A: So Baltimore is winning?B: Right.A: This is a really great place to watch a baseball game.B: Yeah, there isn’t a bad seat in the place.A: The fans are great here, too. Not like in Philadelphia.B: It was a great idea to spend a day watching a game.A: Yeah, it reminds you why they say baseball is America’s favorite pastime.A: 这是你的热和啤酒。情况怎么样?我错过了什么吗?B: 是呀,刚刚卡尔·利普金击了一个本垒打。A: 比分是多少?B: 刚才是3比4。因为有一个队员在1垒,利普金的本垒打将比分扳为5比4。A: 那么巴尔的队赢了?B: 是的。A: 这个地方看棒球比赛真不赖。B: 是啊,没有一个座位不好的那样。B: 花一天看看球赛真是个好主意。A: 是呀。这让人想起为什么人们说棒球是美国人最喜欢的活动。2. Football 美式橄榄球A: Wow, American football is more exciting than I thought.B: You’re in America now, my British friend. We just call it football.A: Oh, right. So, I can’t quite follow what’s going on…who’s winning? B: The Giants are up by three points because of the field goal they kicked, but the Redskins have the ball and there pretty close to the end zone.A: Wow! What a hit!B: Yeah, he tackled him so hard his helmet came off.A: Is he ok?B: It looks like it, he’s getting up.A: I guess he hit him too hard; the referee just called a penalty on the home team.B: The Giants?A: Yeah.B: Well, here we go again.A: What happened? Why did everyone get so quiet?B: The Redskin’s quarterback just threw a touchdown pass for seven points. We’re losing again.A: 哇,美式足球可比我想象的刺激多了。B: 我的英国朋友,你现在可是在美国,我们叫它橄榄球。A: 哦,对了。哦,我不知道情况怎么样了,谁赢了?B: 因为射门得分,巨人队领先3分。但现在是红人队控球,而且很接近底线区了。A: 哇,瞧这球!B: 是呀,他拼命抢球头盔都掉了。A: 他没事吧?B: 好像是,他站起来了。A: 我猜他强得太凶,裁判判罚主队。B: 你是说巨人队?A: 是呀。B: 哦,又继续打了。A: 怎么回事?大家都不说话了。B: 红人队的四分卫触地板回了7分,我们又输了。注:美式足球射门可得三分3. Favorite superstar喜爱的球星A: Who are those guys?B: Kobi Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, they are the Los Angeles Lakers’ star players.A: Oh.B: Wait a second. He shoots, he scores!A: All right!B: Here comes Jordan, though.A: Wow, Michael Jordan’s slam-dunks are beautiful things to watch.B: Yeah. He’s older, so he doesn’t slam, as much as he did when he was younger, but when he does, it’s still amazing.A: Which team do you think will win?B: The Lakers. Jordan is the only good player Washington has.A: 这些人是谁?B: 科比·布雷恩和奥尼尔,他们可是洛杉矶湖人队的明星球员。A: 哦。B: 等等。他投篮,得分了。A: 好的。B: 乔丹上场了。A: 哇,迈克·乔丹的灌篮可是精。B: 是呀,虽然年纪大了一些,也不想以前那么频繁地灌篮,但每一次出手,照样很精。A: 你觉得那个队会赢?B: 湖人队。乔丹可是华盛顿拥有的唯一的好球员。Part Three:Substitution Drills1.The player just hit a home run. (Baseball)/ scored a touchdown. (American Football)/shot a basket. (Basketball)这个球员(击了一个本垒打(棒球)/触地得分(橄榄球)/投篮命中(篮球))。2.What’s (the score/ the penalty/ the name of that player)?比分多少?/判罚什么?/那个球员叫什么名字?3.Who’s (winning/ahead/ in the lead)?谁(赢了/领先/居首位)?4.The referee just called a penalty on (the home team/the visitors/the offense /defense).裁判判罚(主场球队/观众/进攻/防守)的一方。5.Baseball is America’s favorite pastime. American football is America’s most popular sport to watch. Basketball is America’s favorite city sport.棒球是美国最受人欢迎的活动。美式足球是美国最受观众欢迎的运动。篮球是受欢迎的美国城市体育项目。6.What a hit! (Baseball amp; American football)/pass! (American football amp; Basketball)/shot! (Basketball)瞧这球(棒球和美式足球)/传球(美式足球和篮球)/ 投篮(篮球)。7.The quarterback threw a touchdown pass/an incomplete pass/an interception.四分卫 (触地得分/传球失败/的球被抢断)。8.He shoots; he scores/misses/throws an air-ball.他射门,(得分/偏了/球未挨到篮筐)。9.They are the Los Angeles Lakers’ star players/stars/ go-to guys.他们是洛杉矶湖人队的(明星球员/球星/主力队员)。10. (Michael Jordan’s slam-dunks/ Brett Favre’s passes/ Mark Maguire’s homeruns) are beautiful things to watch.(迈克·乔丹的灌篮/布雷特·费恩的传球/马克·玛格尔的本垒打)很精。 /200703/11568

A few months ago the fairy tale came true.几个月前,童话故事成真了!We announced to the world that we know what these streaks are. Its liquid water.我们向世界宣布,我们已经知道这些条纹是什么了。是液态水。These craters are weeping during the summer.这些陨石坑在夏天浸出水分。Liquid water is flowing down these craters.这些液态水顺着陨石坑向下流。So what are we going to do now -- now that we see the water?我们接下来要做什么--在发现了液态水之后?Well, it tells us that Mars has all the ingredients necessary for life.这说明火星拥有生命的所有必需成分。In its past it had perhaps two-thirds of its northern hemisphere -- there was an ocean.在过去,可能它的北半球有三分之二都曾是海洋。It has weeping water right now. Liquid water on its surface.现在它有冒出的水流。星球表面有液态水。It has organics. It has all the right conditions.它有有机物。它有一切合适(育生命)的条件。So what are we going to do next?那么我们接下来要做什么呢?Were going to launch a series of missions to begin that search for life on Mars.我们将开展一系列任务,开始寻找火星上的生命。And now its more appealing than ever before.现在行动要比以往任何时候都更有吸引力。As we move out into the solar system, heres the tiny moon Enceladus.在离地球更远的太阳系里,有一个小小的土卫二。This is not in what we call the traditional habitable zone, this area around the sun.它不在我们以往公认的宜居区域内,也就是靠近太阳的区域。This is much further out. This object should be ice over a silicate core. But what did we find?这里离太阳很远。这个星球应该像个被冰层覆盖的硅酸盐核心。但我们找到了什么?Cassini was there since 2006,自2006年起,卡西尼太空船就在那里,and after a couple years looked back after it flew by Enceladus and surprised us all.在飞过土卫二的几年后,再回过头看,我们都大吃一惊。Enceladus is blasting sheets of water out into the solar system and sloshing back down onto the moon.土卫二在向太阳系喷出一片片的水,再回落到它的表面。What a fabulous environment.多么美妙的环境啊。201702/492027

From the beginning, America has been a place that has cherished the freedom of worship.从一开始,美国一直是个珍视自由信仰的地方。That is the promise the first settlers saw in our vast continent这是首批定居者见到我们广袤大陆时的承诺and it is the promise that our bravest warriors have protected for all of our citizens in centuries since, a long time ago.这是我们最英勇的士兵们从数个世纪前开始保卫我们所有公民时的承诺。这很长时间了。Sadly, many around the globe do not enjoy this freedom不幸的是,很多全球的人们并不享有这样的自由and one of the gravest threats to religious freedom remains the threat of terror.其中一个最严重的宗教自由威胁,仍然是恐怖的威胁。On Palm Sunday, as Christians around the world celebrate the beginning of Holy Week,在棕枝全日,世界各地的基督徒庆祝宗教周的开始,ISIS murdered at least 45 people and injured over 100 others at two Christian churches in Egypt.ISIS在埃及的两个基督教堂谋杀了至少45人,100多人受伤。We condemn this barbaric attack.我们谴责这样的野蛮袭击。We mourn for those who lost loved ones.我们为那些失去亲人的人们悲痛。And we pray for the strength and wisdom to achieve a better tomorrow我们为实现更好明天的力量和智慧祈祷one where good people of all faiths, Christians and Muslims and Jewish and Hindu, can follow their hearts and worship according to their conscience.各种信仰的优秀的人们,基督徒,穆斯林,犹太教徒,印度教徒,遵循着他们的道德心,跟随着他们的内心和信仰。201704/505481

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