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A screwball piano player — competition — miserable days and lonely nights.一个可笑的钢琴家,比赛,糟糕的日子和孤独的夜晚。The cold, windy night we crawled through the window of a GI theatre and fell asleep on a cot backstage, locked in each others arms — the shock when we awoke and realized that miraculously we hadnt been discovered.那个寒风瑟瑟的晚上,我们在士兵剧院后台窗户下的小床上相拥入睡。当我们醒来时,发现没有人发现我们,这真是个奇迹。A fast drive to a cliff above the sea — pictures taken, and a stop amid the purple grapes and cool leaves of a vineyard.我们开一小会儿车去海岸的峭壁,照了很多照片,流连于路边葡萄园内紫色的葡萄和翠绿的叶子。The happiness when told we were going home — and the misery when we learned that we would not be going together.当得知要回家时,我们欣喜若狂;而当得知我们无法一起回家时,又痛苦万分。Fond goodbyes on a secluded beach beneath the star-studded velvet of an African night, and the tears that would not be stopped as I stood atop the sea-wall and watched your convoy disappear over the horizon.在幽静的海滩,非洲满天的星空下,我们温情告别。当我站在海上,看到你的舰队逐渐消失在地平线,眼泪止不住地往下流。We vowed wed be together again ;back home,; but fate knew better — you never got there.我们发誓等你回家后要在一起,但终究抵不过命运的安排-你永远回不来了。And so, Dave, I hope that where ever you are these memories are as precious to you as they are to me.所以戴夫,不管你在哪儿,我希望这些回忆对于你,就像对于我一样的珍贵。Goodnight, sleep well my love.晚安,安睡吧我的爱人。Brian Keith布莱恩·基思201706/511833即学即用英语会话词典D部分:提出询问意见进入《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 /200707/15583President Trump: Thank you. Thank you very much. What an honor. They just gave me this beautiful jacket. They said, here, Mr. President, please take this home. I said, let me wear it. And then they gave me the beautiful hat, and I said, you know, maybe Ill do that. We have a great ;Make America Great Again; hat, but I said, this is a special day, were wearing this. Right? I have no idea how it looks, but I think it looks good. Its a great-looking hat – just like this is a great-looking ship. Thank you. Im privileged to stand here today with the incredible men and women of the ed States Navy. American sailors are the best warfighting sailors anywhere in the world. And its not even close. And, Susan, I am so glad you could be with us. I know how hard you work – 17 visits. And she wanted things done right, I will tell you. They told me she wanted this one done right, in honor of both of her parents, who were great, great people. And we wanted to introduce this beautiful vessel to the American people. And I wanted to be here, I wanted to be with you. So, Susan, and to your family – unbelievable job. Unbelievable. The soon-to-be commissioned Gerald R. Ford USS – what a place. It really feels like a place. You stand on that deck, and you feel like youre standing on a very big piece of land. But this is better than land. It will not only be a great symbol of American strength, but a great legacy for your father, and our former President, Gerald Ford. President Ford was a Navy man. By the way, he was also a great athlete, for those of you that didnt know. He saw action in the South Pacific during World War II. He served this country with honor – in the military, in Congress, and in the White House. The proud dignity of this ship is a fitting tribute to Gerald Ford, the man and the President. Congratulations to all of the men and women who helped build it. This is American craftsmanship at its biggest, at its best, at its finest. American workers are the greatest anywhere in the world. This warship, and all who serve on it, should be a source of shared pride for our nation. We are joined today – – better believe it, right? Better believe it. Better believe it. And, by the way, were going to soon have more coming. Well have more coming. We are joined today by General Mattis, now Secretary Mattis – – where is he? – who will be charged with overseeing this great rebuilding of our military might. We will give the men and women of Americas armed services the resources you need to keep us safe. We will have the finest equipment in the world – planes, ships and everything else. We are going to have, very soon, the finest equipment in the world. We will give our military the tools you need to prevent war and, if required, to fight war and only do one thing – you know what that is? Win! Win! Were going to start winning again. Admiral John Richardson, Chief of Naval Operations, is with us today as well – great gentleman. Admiral, were going to ensure our Navy has the resources, personnel training and equipment – the kind of equipment that you need. So, congratulations, Admiral. And a lot more is coming. Let me congratulate Captain Richard McCormack, Commanding Officer of the Gerald R. Ford. This ship will make an extraordinary addition to the fleet like no other – like no other. Anywhere in the world theres nothing like this. It represents the future of naval aviation. I have no greater privilege than to serve as your Commander-in-Chief and the Commander-in-Chief of the men and women of the ed States military. Great people. Great, great people. I salute you, and I salute our sailors. I will always support you and your mission. I will never, ever let you down. And I also have to recognize Mike Petters, President and CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries along with Matt Mulherin, President of Newport News Shipbuilding. They wont let you down, either. Theyre not going to let you down, either. To those who serve our nation in uniform and to those who build the instruments of our defense, I thank you on behalf of our nation. Audience Member: U-S-A! President Trump:I agree, I agree. Our carriers are the centerpiece of American military might overseas. We are standing today on 4.5 acres of combat power and sovereign U.S. territory, the likes of which there is nothing to compete. There is no competition to this ship. It is a monument to American might that will provide the strength necessary to ensure peace. This ship will carry 4,500 personnel and 70 aircraft, and will be a vital component of our defense. This carrier and the new ships in the Ford class will expand the ability of our nation to carry out vital missions on the oceans to project American power in distant lands. Hopefully, its power we dont have to use, but if we do, theyre in big, big trouble. This great aircraft carrier provides essential capabilities to keep us safe from terrorism and take the fight to the enemy for many years in the future. The great Admiral Nimitz, who commanded the U.S. Pacific fleet through the Second World War, once said, ;It is the function of the Navy to carry the war to the enemy so that well not be fought on U.S. soil.; True. And it was under Admiral Nimitzs command 75 years ago this June that the Navy did just that at the Battle of Midway. Youve all known about the Battle of Midway, where the sailors of the U.S. Navy fought with the bravery that will be remembered throughout the ages. Storied bravery throughout the ages. The backbone of the American fleet at Midway was three beautiful aircraft carriers: the Yorktown, the Enterprise and the Hornet. All three were built with American hands right here at the Newport News Shipyard. At Midway, America was greatly outnumbered by, I mean, a lot –– and its fleet badly damaged. But the heroic deeds changed the course of history. Many brave Americans died that day, and, through their sacrifice, they turned the tide of the Pacific War. It was a tough tide, it was a big tide, it was a vicious tide, and they turned it. Countless other Americans in that war, some of them – parents and grandparents to people in this room today, came home thanks to their very heroic deeds. The sailors at Midway are part of a long line of American heroes, an unbroken chain of patriots from each generation to the next, who rose to defend our flag and our freedom. That legacy continues today as American warriors protect our people from the threat of terrorism. On Tuesday, in my address to a joint session of Congress, I asked Congress to eliminate the defense sequester and to support my request for a great rebuilding of the ed States military and the ed States Navy. After years of endless budget cuts that have impaired our defenses, I am calling for one of the largest defense-spending increases in history. And by eliminating the sequester and the uncertainty it creates, we will make it easier for the Navy to plan for the future and thus to control costs and get the best deals for the taxpayer, which, of course, is very important, right? Got to get a good deal. If we dont make a good deal, were not doing our job. The same boat for less money. The same ship for less money. The same airplanes for less money. Thats what were doing. Thats what were doing. Means were going to get more of them, and we can use them. Our military requires sustained, stable funding to meet the growing needs placed on our defense. Right now, our aging frontline strike and strike-fighters – the whole aircraft; many, many aircraft – are often more likely to be downed for maintenance than they are to be up in the sky. Our Navy is now the smallest its been since, believe it or not, World War I. Dont worry, its going to soon be the largest its been. Dont worry. Think of that. Think of that. In these troubled times, our Navy is the smallest its been since World War I. Thats a long time ago. In fact, I just spoke with Navy and industry leaders and have discussed my plans to undertake a major expansion of our entire Navy fleet, including having the 12-carrier Navy we need. We also need more aircraft, modernized capabilities, and greater force levels. Additionally, we must vastly improve our cyber capabilities. This great rebuilding effort will create many jobs in Virginia, and all across America, and it will also spur new technology and new innovation. America has always been the country that boldly leads the world into the future, and my budget will ensure we do so and continue to do exactly that. American ships will sail the seas. American planes will soar the skies. American workers will build our fleets. And Americas military will ensure that even though the darkest nights and throughout, a bright and glowing sun will always shine on our nation and on our people. Our Navy is great. Our Navy is great. Our people are great. Great. Our Republic will meet any challenge, defeat any danger, face any threat, and always seek true and lasting peace. May God bless our military. May God bless our Navy. May God bless the wonderful Gerald Ford family. And may God continue to bless the ed States of America. Thank you very much.201703/500512I have been clear about advocating for the national interests of the ed States,我一直对保护美国的国家利益非常明确,这对我非常重要,something so important to me, and so important to our people - one of the reasons, certainly, that I got elected.对我们的民众非常重要--当然,原因之一,就是我因此赢得了选举。And I want to ensure that the decisions we make truly serve the safety and security of our citizens.我想确保,我们做出的决策在真正务于我们市民的安全和保障。In matters both economic and military, we understand that a strong America is in the best interests of the world在经济和军事方面,我们明白,一个强大的美国是最符合世界利益的that is why it is so important that as we strengthen international partnerships,也因此,在我们强化国际合作关系时,这非常重要。we ensure these partnerships deliver real results for Americas and the American people.我们要确保这些合作关系,能为美国和美国民众带来实实在在的结果。Our decisions will be guided by our values and our goals我们的决策将被我们的价值观和目标所引导and we will reject the path of inflexible ideology that too often leads to unintended consequences.我们将反对僵化的意识形态。太多时候,这给我们都带来了意想不到的后果。A future of peace, safety, and prosperity - that is our guiding light, and always will be.和平,安全和繁荣的未来--这是我们前行的明灯,并将一直是。Together, we will bring about this future for the land we love, and for the people who call it home.我们将一起建设我们爱着的国家的未来,为了所有将它作为家乡的人们。We love our country, and we love the American people. Thank you.我们爱我们的国家,我们爱美国同胞。谢谢大家。201704/505476After a lethal 1995 heat wave在历经了1995年致命热浪侵袭后,turned refrigerator trucks from the popular Taste of Chicago festival into makeshift morgues,它将那些在芝加哥美食庆典的冷藏车转换成临时搭建的停尸间Chicago became a recognized leader,芝加哥成为大家公认的绿能都市的领导者tamping down on the urban heat island impact through opening cooling centers,将原本热浪对冲击现代都市,藉由开放的冷却中心outreach to vulnerable neighborhoods, planting trees, creating cool white or vegetated green roofs.藉由种植树木,建造不易吸收热的冷白屋顶及散热较佳植物绿化能屋顶This is City Halls green roof, next to Cook Countys roof,照片上是市政府的绿能屋顶,旁边这张图则是库克郡市府的屋顶which is 77 degrees Fahrenheit hotter at the surface.没覆盖到绿化屋顶的表面温度,相较之下高了77度Washington, D.C., last year, actually led the nation in new green roofs installed华盛顿在去年实际上带领了这个国家建立绿色屋顶,and theyre funding this in part thanks to a five-cent tax on plastic bags.而他们也通过5分钱的塑料袋税收来为这项工程提供资金。Theyre splitting the cost of installing these green roofs with home and building owners.他们同时与家庭和建筑所有者共同分担建设绿色屋顶的费用。The roofs not only temper urban heat island impact这种屋顶不仅能调节城市热岛效应but they save energy, and therefore money,同时还能节约能源,金钱the emissions that cause climate change, and they also reduce stormwater run off.以及减少温室气体,同时也能起到排水效果。So some solutions to heat can provide for win-win-wins.因此有些解决酷暑的手段能够带来双赢Third, adapting to rising seas.第三点,适应海平面上升Sea level rise threatens coastal ecosystems, agriculture, even major cities.海平面上升威胁沿海地区生态,农业系统,甚至主要城市。This is what one to two meters of sea level rise looks like in the Mekong Delta.照片里的是湄公河三角洲在海平面从一公尺上升到两公尺后的样貌Thats where half of Vietnams rice is grown.那里是越南一半粮食的产地。Infrastructure is going to be affected.基础设施将会被影响。Airports around the world are located on the coast.通往全世界的机场就建立在这里It makes sense, right? Theres open space,这很合理,对吧?因为这里是一片空地the planes can take off and land without worrying about creating noise or avoiding tall buildings.飞机可以起飞降落,而不用担心产生噪音或去躲避高楼大厦。Heres just one example, San Francisco Airport, with 16 inches or more of flooding.这里只是一个例子,旧金山机场,受16英尺左右的洪水泛滥袭击。Imagine the staggering cost of protecting this vital infrastructure with levees.想像一下用于保护重要基础设施的堤坝的费用。But there might be some changes in store that you might not imagine.但是与此同时可能有你不能预测的变化。For example, planes require more runway for takeoff because the heated, less dense air, provides for less lift.比如,飞机需要更多的跑道去起飞,因为热空气造成空气密度下降,提供较少的爬升空间San Francisco is also spending 40 million dollars to rethink and redesign its water and sewage treatment,旧金山还花费四千万美元去反思和重建下水道处理系统。as water outfall pipes like this one can be flooded with seawater,因为像这样的排水渠口也可能被海水淹没,causing backups at the plant, harming the bacteria that are needed to treat the waste.从而危害植物,滋生细菌。需要建立设施来处理这些浪费。So these outfall pipes have been retrofitted to shut seawater off from entering the system.因此需要更新这些排水管道,防止海水进入排水系统。201606/448769

Three How often do you work out?每隔多久锻炼一次? 1 Introduction A Concerning physical exercise, American men and women, boys and girls, generally fall into one of two categories. Many Americans are extremely over weight and seldom exercise. One the other hand, many other Americans love to exercise and are in great shape. Many keep a fitness program; some exercise once a week, and some even less. Many have found physical exercise a productive way to deal with stress. 关于体育锻炼,美国男女老少,基本上可分为两类。许多美国人极度超重,很少锻炼。另一类是,其他很多美国人酷爱锻炼,身体很结实。 很多人都定有运动计划,一些人一周锻炼一次,一些人锻炼得更少。许多人发现锻炼身体对于缓解压力很有成效。B Just as exercise makes the bones, muscles, heart, and lungs stronger, researchers think that it helps the brain learn new things and remember old information better.由于锻炼身体可以使骨骼、肌肉、心脏和肺活量增强,研究者认为它还可以帮助大脑学习新知识以及更好地巩固记忆。C The sport middle-aged American people like to do are aerobics, bicycling, swimming, playing tennis, weight training, and doing yoga. Young adults enjoy all kinds of sports and fitness activities. 中年美国人喜欢的体育项目有增氧体操,骑自行车,游泳,打网球,举重,还有瑜珈。年轻人喜爱各种体育运动,健身活动。 2 Sample Sentences 1. I get a lot of exercise and I play lots of sports, but I’ve never had such a terrible backache. 我经常做运动,而且经常打球,但是我从未背痛过。2. You’re in great shape. / You are really fit. 你体格真健壮。3. I lift weights for an hour at a gym. 我在体育馆举重一个小时。4. I think aerobics are quite popular with teens and young adults. 我想健美操在青少年人中很流行。5. My husband has a regular fitness program. / He keeps a fitness routine. 我丈夫拥有一个很有规律的健身计划。/ 他坚持按时锻炼身体。6. What else do you do to keep fit? 你还做些什么运动来保持体形?7. What types of exercise do you do? 你做哪些类型的运动?8. I go swimming at the pool on campus. 我去校园里的游泳池游泳。9. How well do you play badminton? / How good are you at basketball? 你的羽毛球打得怎么样?你的篮球打得怎么样?10. Where are the tennis courts? 网球场在哪里? 3 Conversations 1. The difference. Janice: How good are you at sports, Bill? Bill: Are you kidding? I’m terrible! But I love to watch sports. I go to football or baseball games a lot. And I sports magazines every week.Janice: Wow! Bill: Do you like sports, Janice?Janice: Oh, yes. I like to exercise. But I don’t watch sports or buy sports magazines. I don’t have much time to do those things. Bill: Oh, I see. You know, we spend time doing different sports. How much time do you spend exercising?Janice: Well, I guess I exercise about two hours a day. I do aerobics three times a week, and the other days I play badminton1 with my husband. I always feel good afterward2. Bill: That’s great! I’ve heard people say that before. Janice: Well, why don’t you try to get some exercise? It’s difficult, but very rewarding3. Bill: Oh, I’m too lazy to play sports, and I’m not good at anything either. It hardly excites me. ——比尔,你对体育运动有多在行?——你开玩笑吗?我很差劲!但是我爱看球赛。我经常去看足球赛或者棒球赛。而且我还每周看体育报。——哇!——珍妮斯,你喜欢体育运动吗?——噢,对。我喜欢运动。但是我不看球赛,也不买体育报。我没有时间做这些事。——噢,我懂。你知道,我们把时间花在做不同的运动上。你一般锻炼多长时间?——我想每天大约锻炼两个小时。我一周做三次健美操,其它时候我和我老公打羽毛球。之后,我总是感觉很好。——那太好了! 我以前听别人这样说过。——那,你为什么不试着做些运动呢?虽然难,但是很有益。——噢,我太懒了,不想打球,而且我什么都不在行。我对运动没兴趣。2. Donna, a young Chinese student, is talking with an American teacher. Donna: I don’t understand why you always look so happy, so energetic. It seems like you’ve got good news everyday. Gary: Really? Do I look happy all the time? Donna: All I know is you look quite differently from other teachers. Gary: Oh, do you know why? Actually, it’s easy. Because I always exercise. My exercise, I think, is very hard. I often feel very good after conquering4 these difficulties. I feel alive!Donna: Oh, I know. I saw you doing pull-ups one time on the campus5 and some students trying to imitate6 you. Gary: Yeah, they are doing it for fun. Seldom would people like my exercise. It’s difficult and boring. Donna: It’s true. Many students do the exercise when they have to. We have P. E. once a week. Gary: But I think Chinese students need to exercise more. Besides exercise will help them learn new things better. Don’t students want to have a good memory? Donna: Of course. I didn’t know that. I only know exercise makes bodies stronger. I should take some exercise then. Do you have any suggestions? Gary: Well, do what you like to do. It can be anything. Jogging, doing aerobics, going bicycling, and playing ping-pong. Absolutely anything. Doing three or more workouts a week is good for you. But remember to do some stretches7 first. Donna: Oh, I know. Thank you. ——我不知道你为什么看起来总是这么高兴,这么有活力。好像你每天都有好消息。——真的吗?我看起来总是很高兴吗?——我所知道的是你看起来与其他老师很不同。——噢,你知道为什么吗?实际上,很简单。因为我老是做运动。我觉得我做的锻炼很难做。克这些困难之后, 我经常感觉很好。我觉得我在活着!——噢,我知道了。有一次我看见你在校园里做引体向上,还有一些学生在模仿你。——是啊,他们做是为了好玩。很少有人会喜欢我做的运动。很难又枯燥无味。——这倒是真的。许多学生做运动是迫不得已才去做。我们一周有一次体育课。——但是我认为中国学生需要多锻炼。而且锻炼身体可以帮助他们更好地学习新知识。学生难道不想好吗?——那当然。我还不知道呢。我只知道锻炼强身。那么我也应该做些锻炼。你有什么建议吗?——开始可以做你喜欢做的。可以是任何运动。慢跑、做健美操、骑自行车,还有打乒乓球。什么都可以。一周运动三次或者更多次对你很有好处。但是记住先舒展一下肢体。——哦,我知道。谢谢。3. Don is walking on the street. She saw someone in front walking like her American friend Kate. She is going to come up and say hello. Don: Hi, Kate. Kate: Hi, Don. What a surprise! Don: Yeah, I saw someone walking like you, but I wasn’t sure. We haven’t seen each other for how long? Almost three months? But you look quite different now. Kate: Have you noticed what has changed? Don: Oh, you look quite slender and more vivacious8. What have you been taking? Are you on a diet? Kate: Yes. I’m on a diet, but I’ve not taken anything. I just eat less and exercise more. And it really worked in the past three months. I’ve lost twelve pounds. Don: Wow! That’s great. I sincerely want to achieve9 my weight loss10 goals, but it’s difficult for me to keep up the exercise. Also you know, old habits are hard to break. Kate: What kind of exercise do you think I do? I just go to dance everyday after work. I’m taking an amateur11 dance class. I dance two hours everyday. Don: Dance? You only go dancing? That’s not hard. I can do that. Kate: Sure. Join my class next week. ——嗨,凯特。——嗨,唐。真是意想不到啊!——是啊,我看见有人走路像你,但我不敢肯定。我们多久没见面了?差不多三个月吧?但是现在你看起来很不同了。——你注意到了有什么变化没有?——哦,你看起来苗条多了,也精神多了。你在什么?你在减肥吗?——是。我在减肥,但是没有任何东西。我只是吃得少,多做运动。而在过去的三个月里真的生效了。我减了十二英磅。——哇!那太好了。我真想实现我的减肥计划,但是我很难坚持运动。而且你知道的,老习惯很难改。——你认为我做什么运动?我只是每天下班后去跳舞。我在上一个业余舞蹈课。我每天跳两个小时。——跳舞?你只是去跳舞?那不难。我可以做。——那当然。下周来我们班吧。4. Mr. Zhang wants his American friend Shirley to help him date an American girl. He is coming to Shirley’s apartment. Shirley: Hi, Mr. Zhang. What’s wrong? You don’t look so happy. How was your date?Mr. Zhang: I was turned down again. It’s frustrating. I guess you’ve got to teach me some skills. Shirley: Me? I’m even less experienced than you are. Mr. Zhang: At least you know what American women generally like in a man. Shirley: Believe it or not, I guess American women like a man in good shape, which Chinese women may not care about so much. That’s my honest opinion. I know you have been trying very hard. Mr. Zhang: American men are naturally taller than Chinese men. So even if I exercise, there aren’t many chances. Shirley: No, that’s not true. I’ve met two American women who were married to Chinese. But those Chinese look very strong and healthy. So if you exercise more often, I bet it will surely be easier for you to date American girls. How old is Jacky Chan? He’s small and short. But I bet he can have any American woman he wants. Mr. Zhang: You know, that’s going to be a tremendous12 change for me. Because I never exercise. Shirley: Why don’t you try then? Even if it doesn’t help you find an American girl, you could still have a stronger and healthier body. You won’t lose anything by doing that. ——嗨,张先生。 你怎么啦?你看起来不是很高兴。你的约会怎么样?——又泡汤了。真令人丧气。我猜你得多教我一些技巧。——我?我比你还没经验。——至少你知道美国女人基本上喜欢男人的哪一点。——信不信由你,我猜美国女人喜欢一个男人健壮,这点中国女人可能不会很计较。这是我很诚恳的想法。我知道你一直在努力。——美国男人生性就比中国男人高大。所以即使我锻炼身体,也不会有很多机会。——不,那也不对。我遇到过两个美国女人嫁给了中国人。但是这些中国人看起来很强壮、健康。所以如果你锻炼经常一些,我猜你肯定会更容易交到美国女孩子。成龙多大岁数了?他体格矮小。但是我打赌他要任何一个美国女人都可以。——你知道的,对我来说这将会是一个天翻地覆的变化。因为我从来都不做运动。——那你怎么不试试呢?即使它不能帮你找到一个美国女孩,你还可以拥有更加强壮、更加健康的体魄。这样做你都不会有什么损失啦。 4 Words and Expressions1. badminton 羽毛球 2. afterward 之后,以后,后来 3. rewarding 有益的;有报酬的4. conquer 攻克,攻取 5. campus 校园,大学, 6. imitate 模仿,以...作为范例7. stretch 伸长,舒展肢体8. vivacious 活泼的;快活的;有生气的9. achieve 完成,实现,达到目的10. weight loss 失重,重量损失11. amateur 爱好者,外行的,不熟练的12. tremendous 巨大的,极大的 /200603/5422

Respect and understanding will be critical to avoid conflict and that will take leadership and participation. 尊敬和理解是避免冲突的关键所在这需要领导和参与So have an opinion Get involved. 拥有自己的主见投身其中And you can make a difference I hope you wont be afraid to fail, that youll remain curious. 你们能改变世界我希望 你们别害怕失败 保持好奇心And that youll always ask the question, ;why or why not?; that you will never be satisfied with the status quo. 时刻记得问 为什么 或为什么不永远不要满足于现状That youll seek a different path, solution, or direction that youll always look to make it better. 持续探寻不同的道路 解答或方向总要想着做得更好I hope you take care of your mind and your body We only have one of each, and theyre not really transferable. 我希望你们让自己身心健康每个人是唯一的 这是无法转让的The next generation is the first generation that may see a shorter life expectancy than their parents. 可能从下一代人会开始出现子辈不如父辈预期寿命长的情况Inactivity is killing us Stay active. 久坐不动正在置我们于死地多运动Keep moving And finally I hope that you all take the time to figure out your passion. 永不止步最后我希望 你们能花时间确定自己对什么有热情And that you follow it Build your life and career around it. 然后追随自己的热情在热情周围构建自己的生活和职业If youre lucky, they will become the same Youll embrace it and youll find both success and fulfillment. 走运的话 它们会一致你将会拥抱它 你会找到成功和满足It doesnt get any better than that And finally as I mentioned up front, its quite an honor to be here. 没有比这更好的事情了最后是我提到过的一点 很荣幸能站在这里So I hope all of you get a chance to come back 35 years from now and talk to the graduating class of 2048 about what you hope for them. 我希望 你们所有人在35年后都能回到这里给2048届毕业生讲 你们对他们的希望Congratulations everyone, and good luck. Thanks.祝贺所有人 祝你们好运 谢谢201609/466083

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