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Is it unrealistic for them to hope or think that that child loves them, as some might, as most, wish?对于家长来说,他们希望或者认为自己的孩子也许能够爱他们,这是不是比较不现实?Well let me tell you, that child will be loyal,假如家长这么做,孩子会变得很孝顺and if your house is burning down, theyre going to get you out of it.假如家里着火了,他们会把你救出来Wow. So, most people, if you ask them what are they most passionate about,我跟很多人聊天,当我问及“你对什么最有热情”这个问题的时候theyd say things like, ;My kids; or ;My lover.;他们说是我的孩子以及我的爱人What are you most passionate about?你对什么最为热情呢?Im passionate about that the things I do are going to make the world a better place.我对于我所做的事情感到十分热情,并且希望这些事情可以让世界变得更美好When I have a mother of an autistic child say,当我听到有母亲说;My kid went to college because of your book, or one of your lectures,; that makes me happy.“我的孩子现在上大学了,多亏你的书呢,多亏你的讲座呢。”这是我最开心的时刻You know, the slaughter plants, Ive worked with them in the 80s; they were absolutely awful.在80年代我在屠宰场工作的时候,那里非常的糟糕I developed a really simple scoring system for slaughter plants我开发了一个非常简单的记分工具where you just measure outcomes: How many cattle fell down?只需计算产出,如有多少的牛跌倒了How many cattle got poked with the prodder?多少的牛被赶牛棒子捅过How many cattle are mooing their heads off?有多少牛哞哞叫个不停And its very, very simple.非常非常简单You directly observe a few simple things.就只关注一些很小的事情Its worked really well.并且运作的相当好I get satisfaction out of seeing stuff that makes real change in the real world.看到事情发生实际的改变,我心里非常高兴,We need a lot more of that, and a lot less abstract stuff.我们需要更多这样简单的东西,而不是抽象的东西When we were talking on the phone,我们电话里聊的时候,one of the things you said that really astonished me was you said one thing你讲到的一个事情让我感到很惊讶you were passionate about was server farms. Tell me about that.因为你说你有热情的是务器农场。能详细说一下吗?Well the reason why I got really excited when I about that, it contains knowledge.因为我知道那里蕴含了知识Its libraries.它就是图书馆And to me, knowledge is something that is extremely valuable.对我来说,知识就是非常宝贵的一种东西So, maybe, over 10 years ago now our library got flooded.也许十年后我们的图书馆会变得非常大And this is before the Internet got really big.那还是互联网尚未急剧增长的时候And I was really upset about all the books being wrecked,每当我看到有人损毁书籍的时候because it was knowledge being destroyed.我都会感到非常的愤怒,因为那就是知识啊And server farms, or data centers are great libraries of knowledge.而务器农场或数据中心就是巨大的知识图书馆Temple, can I just say its an absolute delight to have you at TED.坦普女士,我们有幸邀请到您来TED,真的十分高兴Well thank you so much. Thank you.谢谢。谢谢大家。201604/43942329. I can't follow you. 我没听懂。 用法透视 如果对方说话语速太快或内容艰深,你不太能跟得上,就用这句话告诉他吧。 持范例 1. I can't follow you when you speak fast. 你说得太快了,我没听懂。 2. Hold it. I can't follow you. 等一等,我没听懂。 3. Do you follow what I'm saying? 你听懂我在说什么了吗? 会话记忆 A: Do you speak English? 你会说英语吗? B: Yes, a little. 会一点。 A: Can you tell me how to get to the Jade Buddha Temple? 你能告诉我玉佛寺怎么走吗? B: I'm sorry. I can't quite follow you. Would you mind speaking slowly? 对不起,我听不懂你的话。请你说得慢一点行吗? /200705/13114美国成语俗语教程录音 Lesson25-30暂无文本 /200606/7806

【中文这样说】约瑟夫上周没去音乐会,我也没去.【英文对比翻译】Chinese Style Joseph did not go to the concert last week. I did not go too.American Style Joseph did not go to the concert last week. I did not go either.在英语中too 和either都表示“也”,too用于肯定句,either用于否定句和疑问句. /200604/6468

Happy birthday, Canada. On this day 149 years ago, the people of this great land came together. There would no longer be an Upper Canada or a Lower Canada, a Canada West or a Canada East. Instead, there would be one nation, one country, one Canada. From the outset, Canada was formed not in spite of differences, but because of them. Today, as we celebrate our nations birthday, let us also celebrate our diversity. It united us in the past, it binds us together today, and it is at the very heart of our future success. No matter our faith, where we were born, what color our skin, what language we speak, or whom we love, we are all equal members of this great country. We have all worked very hard to build the diverse, inclusive and prosperous nation that we all love so much, and I believe Canada, and Canadians like you, represent the very best vision of the future for our world. On behalf of our family, Sophie and I wish you a very happy Canada Day. Joyeuse fête du Canada.201607/456426中级英语口语闪电速成[18] /200703/10744乐宁外教口语天天练No.65The F1 race car track in Shanghai is "state of the art"."state of the art" 意指above average it uses all the best technologyThe F1 race car track in Shanghaiis "state of the art".在上海举办的方程式赛车的场地十分先进。谢谢收听,明天继续^^ /200611/9619

Now dont get me wrong, writing has certain advantages.大家不要误会,文字写作确实有它自己的优势。When you write, because its a conscious process, because you can look backwards,当你写字的时候,因为这是一个有意识的过程,因为你可以回顾过去,you can do things with language that are much less likely if youre just talking.你可以用书面语言来完成一些说话时不会表达的事情。For example, imagine a passage from Edward Gibbons ;The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire:;比如,让我们看看爱德华·吉本(英国历史学家)在“罗马帝国衰亡史”一书中的一段(取自第二十四章),;The whole engagement lasted above twelve hours,“整个战争持续了至少12小时,till the graduate retreat of the Persians was changed into a disorderly flight, of which the shameful example直到波斯人纷纷仓皇溃退,其中表现最可耻的是was given by the principal leaders and the Surenas himself.;他们的指挥官们以及苏雷纳斯(最高统帅)本人。”Thats beautiful, but lets face it, nobody talks that way.写的真的很美,但是,说实话,没人这么说话。Or at least, they shouldnt if theyre interested in reproducing. That -- is not the way any human being speaks casually.或者至少,如果真感兴趣的话也不该这样重复。这--不是人们平常说话时候的样子。Casual speech is something quite different.日常对话是非常不同的。Linguists have actually shown that when were speaking casually in an unmonitored way,语言学家实际上已经指出,当我们在轻松的对话时,we tend to speak in word packets of maybe seven to 10 words.我们每句话会用大概7到10个字。Youll notice this if you ever have occasion to record yourself or a group of people talking.你会注意到这点,如果你有机会录下来自己或者一组人说话。Thats what speech is like. Speech is much looser. Its much more telegraphic.这就是语言对话的形式。语言对话更松散。也更简洁得多。Its much less reflective -- very different from writing.和书面文字表达非常不同,它少了思考性。So we naturally tend to think, because we see language written so often, that thats what language is,所以因为我们经常看到写出来的语言,我们就很自然地认为,那就是语言,but actually what language is, is speech. They are two things.但实际上语言是言语对话。这是两个不同的事物。201703/499479I'm going to go to the gym to get in shape.get in shape 意指exercise / get healthy译文:我要去健身房锻炼身体。 /200608/9035即学即用英语会话词典B部分:有关工作 即学即用英语会话词典文本下载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 /200706/15009

And thats not easy to do.要做到这一点并非易事。For too many of us, its become safer to retreat into our own bubbles,对于很多人来说,躲进我们自己的圈子是更安全的,whether in our neighborhoods or on college campuses, or places of worship, or especially our social media feeds,这些圈子包括我们的邻里、大学校园、教堂或是社交网络,surrounded by people who look like us and share the same political outlook and never challenge our assumptions.在安全地带我们周围尽是和我们相像、有相同政治立场和从不挑战我们观点的人。The rise of naked partisanship, and increasing economic and regional stratification, the splintering of our media into a channel for every taste,裸的党争、经济和地域方面不断攀升的自满情绪、迎合不同人群造成的媒体间的分裂,all this makes this great sorting seem natural, even inevitable.这些都使区别对待的做法看起来是自然的,甚至是不可避免的。And increasingly, we become so secure in our bubbles that we start accepting only information,于是我们在自己的安全地带越来越感到安心,于是我们开始只接受迎合我们的观点,whether its true or not, that fits our opinions, instead of basing our opinions on the evidence that is out there.无论这些观点是对是错,而不是接受那些基于现有据的说法。And this trend represents a third threat to our democracy.这一趋势构成了对我们民主体制的第三道威胁。But politics is a battle of ideas.但是政治就是一场有关理念的战斗。Thats how our democracy was designed.我们的民主体制设计便是基于此。In the course of a healthy debate, we prioritize different goals, and the different means of reaching them.在针对医疗方面的争论中,我们为不同目标划分了优先次序并制定了实现它们的不同方案。But without some common baseline of facts, without a willingness to admit new information,但是如果没有对底线的坚守和接受新信息的意愿,and concede that your opponent might be making a fair point, and that science and reason matter,如果我们不承认我们对手的观点也许是公正的,不承认科学和理性的重要性,then were going to keep talking past each other, and well make common ground and compromise impossible.那么我们便不能实现真正的沟通,不能相互妥协并建立共同立场。201701/488703065 fans and their idols Words Adore adoration poster pin up gala event award idolize fanzine interview(er) paparazzi Phrases Give an interview Fan club Book signing Appear on a chat show Gossip column(ist) Put up a poster Chat show (host) Beginner A: you’re a big fan of andy lau, aren’t you? B: yes, I’ve been got all his albums and most of his films on dvd. I adore him. He’s my idol. A: how come you don’t have all of his films on dvd? B: some of his early films are hard to find nowadays, especially the ones where he only played a bit part. A: I see. I’m sure you’ll find them one day. I see you also have several poster of him. B; yes. These posters are new. I bought them last week and put them up on my bedroom walls yesterday. A: are you a member of his fan club? B: I was, but then I discovered you can find out everything for free on the internet, so I’m not a member now. A: did you see the interview with andy lau in cosmopolitan magazine last month? B: of course!I bought two copies. A: two copies? One to keep and one to cut the pictures out of, right? Intermediate A: I would love to be famous and have thousands of adoring fans. B; really? I’m not sure that I would like all the attention. There have been numerous cases of paparazzi interfering with star’s private live in recent years. A; I love being photographed! If I were famous, I’d do interviews for all the top magazines, like cosmo and elle. B; I wouldn’t mind having my photo taken a few times or being interviewed once or twice, but it would get tedious after a while. Imagzine the things the gossip columnists would write about you. A: no-one really believes gossip columnists. B: I think you’ll find that many people believe what they in gossip columns. You’d also have to be very careful about every word you said. If you appeared on a chat show and said something silly, it would be reported in all the newspapers and magazines. A: I think you’re right about that. I’d need a good manager to be my spokesperson. I could do a lot of charity work, which would help a lot of people. B; that’s a great idea. Which charities would you support? A: I love children, as you know, so probably a children’s charity. B: you’d have to remember that anything you said or did might reflect on the charity, so you’d really need to be very careful. Anyway, I’d be the first to buy your posters and I’d attend your first book-singing when you wrote your autobiography. A: thanks, but actually I was hoping I could ask you to write my biography. /200705/13731

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