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英语日常口语 75:Paul's explanation Paul 的解释本单元是关于Paul 的解释的对话Alice: Hello?Paul: Alice, it's Paul. Don't hang up, Alice. Just give me two minutes of your time, that's all I ask. Alice: Ok Paul, but we haven't got much to talk about. You're married with two kids, end of story. Paul: Alice, it's over between Lucy and me. It's been over for a long time. Alice: Paul, I heard you talking to her on the phone. You were telling her you loved her. Paul: No, Alice, you've got it all wrong. I was talking to my daughter, not my wife. I used to love my wife, of course, but that ended very abruptly when I came home from work, and she calmly announced that she had fallen in love with someone else. So that was it, finished. I moved out the same day.Alice: Oh Paul?Paul: Alice, it's you I loveVocabulary hang up (v) 挂断电话 to end a telephone call by deliberately breaking the connection end of story 指谈话到此为止 when English speakers use this informal phrase, they mean that there is no reason to continue discussing something - there's no more to be said it's over 分手了,关系结束了the relationship is finished abruptly (adv) 突然地suddenly, without warning announced 宣布said something formally, publicly or officially. Paul uses the verb 'announce' to show that his wife did not discuss their separation with him moved out 搬走took all his belongings and left his home to go and live somewhere else本单元的语言点是状态副词,状语副词告诉我们事情是如何发生的,请看下面的解释和例句Adverbs of mannerAdverbs of manner 状态副词 Adverbs of manner tell us how something happens. In this episode of The Flatmates, Paul says:'...that ended very abruptly...'. If we ask: how did it end? - The answer is 'abruptly'. Paul also says: '...she calmly announced that she had fallen in love with someone else.' If we ask: how did she announce it? - The answer is 'calmly'. Other examples: He swims fast. How does he swim? fast. She sings beautifully. How does she sing? beautifully. I opened the door wide. How did I open the door? wide. She quickly finished her dinner. How did she finish? quickly.Was going to: the future in the past 过去未来式(用was going to表示过去未来发生的动作) Adverbs of manner are usually placed after the main verb. He swims fast. She sings beautifully. It is possible to place the adverb before the verb. This places emphasis on the adverb. She calmly announced that she had fallen in love with someone else. She quickly finished her dinner. But some adverbs are always placed after the verb. These adverbs are: well, badly, hard, fast. The team well played. - WRONG The team played well. - RIGHT He performed badly. The students tried hard. (note: hard is an irregular adverb - don't say hardly)The dogs ran fast. (note: fast is an irregular adverb - don't say fastly)Adverbs of manner -verbs with objects 动词带宾语时的状态副词使用 If the verb has an object, the adverb of manner is usually placed after the object, not between the verb and object. I opened wide the door.- WRONG I opened the door wide. - RIGHT He ate the chocolate cake greedily. She typed the email hurriedly. However, it is still possible to place the adverb before the verb, to emphasise the adverb. He greedily ate the chocolate cake. She hurriedly typed the email.Adverbs of manner -beginning position 用在句首的状态副词 Some writers put an adverb of manner at the beginning of a sentence, to catch the er's attention and make him/her curious: Slowly, carefully, she opened the box. This use of adverb position makes the er want to find out more. What is in the box? Why did she open it slowly and carefully?Adverbs of manner -more than one verb 多动词时的状态副词使用 When there is more than one verb in a clause, the position of the adverb is very important. If it is placed with the verb, it modifies the action described by the verb. If it is placed at the end of the clause, it describes the manner of the whole action described in the clause. Compare: She slowly decided to leave the party. slowly modifies decided.She decided to leave the party slowly. slowly modifies leave the party. The teacher quietly asked the children to finish their game. quietly modifies asked. The teacher asked the children to finish their game quietly. quietly modifies finish (their game).Adverb modifiers 副词修饰语 - a bit, quite, most, fairly, very, extremely You can give more information about most adverbs of manner by using a word such as: a bitquitemostfairlyreallyveryextremelyThese words are always placed before the adverb. Very carefully, she carried the baby upstairs. She carried the baby upstairs very carefully. She very carefully carried the baby upstairs. He finished his homework really quickly.Common adverbs of manner 常用状态副词 /200708/16884英语会话800句 53 /200608/9216

电影学口语 Lesson 6:[美女与野兽]A Famous Inventor【精片断】剪辑自 美女与野兽Belle: Papa?Father: How on earth did that happen? Doggone(他妈的) it!Belle: Are you all right, papa?Father: I am about y to give up on this hunk(大块) of junk(垃圾).Belle: You always say that.Father: I mean it this time. I’ll never get this boneheaded(笨重的) contraption(装置) to work.Belle: Yes, you will and you’ll win the first prize at the fair tomorrow.Father: Humph!Belle: And become a world-famous inventor.Father: You really believe that?Belle: I always have.Father: Well, what are we waiting for? I’ll have this thing fixed in no time. Hand me that, uh…dog-legged clincher(紧钳), there. So did you have a good time in town today?Belle: I got a new book. Papa, do you think I am odd(奇怪的)?Father: My daughter? Odd? Where would you get an idea like that?Belle: Oh, I don’t know. It’s just that I am not sure I fit in here. There is no one I can really talk to.Father: What about that Gaston? He is a handsome fellow.Belle: He is handsome, all right, and rude, and conceited(自以为是的), and… oh, papa, he is not for me.Father: Well, don’t you worry. ’cause this invention’s going to be the start of a new life for us. I think that’s done it. Now let’s give it a try.【口语财富】1. I am y to give up. 我想放弃。2. I mean it this time. 这次我是认真的。3. Do you think I am odd? 你认为我有些怪吗?4. Where would you get an idea like that? 怎么会这样想呢?5. I fit in here. 我适应这里。6. Let’s give it a try. 让我们试一试! /200604/6482

  英语日常口语 26:Planning a 本单元是关于计划菜谱的对话Michal: Alice was only helping me!Helen: I'm sorry Michal, I didn't mean to fly off the handle. What's wrong?Michal: I was just telling Alice I wanted to eat better but that I didn't know how to cook any of my favourite dishes. Helen: Mm, let's think about this. I know! Chinese New Year is coming up soon. Why don't we make a special Polish-Chinese dinner together! We'll both do research, find typical recipes, buy all the ingredients? Michal: And cook a meal together! You do the main course, and I'll make the pudding! Helen: Sounds like a perfect second date, don't you think?Vocabulary :to fly off the handle (v, informal): to be very angry 发脾气a pudding (n): a dessert or a sweet 布丁(西餐中的一种甜点心)本单元的语言点是间接引语,间接引语是当我们告诉别人我们或他人说过什么的时候,我们可以用直接引语或间接引语来表述。Reported speech 间接引语When we want to tell someone else what we or someone else has said we can use either direct or reported (or indirect speech). 当我们告诉别人我们或他人说过什么的时候,我们可以用直接引语或间接引语来表述。 In Episode 25 Michal said to Alice "I don't know how to cook" using direct speech. But in today's episode he said to Helen "I was just telling Alice I didn't know how to cook" using reported speech.The reporting verb 引语动词In reported speech, the first verb is usually in the past tense (在间接叙述中,第一个动词通常是过去时)for example:He said that he was trying to give up fast food. He told Alice he missed his mum's cooking.He explained to Helen that he wanted to eat better.However, if the reporting verb is in the present tense, it isn't changed in reported speech 然而,如果引语动词是现在时,那么它在间接引语中不会改变) . Michal says "I want to make pudding." He says he wants to make pudding.Modal verbs 情态动词Some model verbs change in reported speech (有些情态动词在间接引语中要发生变化): Direct speech Reported Speechcan could will wouldmust had to While some others don't (有些则不发生变化): Direct speech Reported speechwould wouldshould shouldcould couldmust mustmight mightThatYou can leave out that in reported speech:Michal said that he was trying to give up fast food.Michal said he was trying to give up fast food. He told Alice that he missed his mum's cooking.He told Alice missed his mum's cookingPronounsPronouns can change in reported speech depending on who the reported speech is directed to (直接引语变为间接引语时,须在代词人称方面作一些必要的调整)。 For example:Michal said "I want to give up fast food" changes to:"He said he wanted to give up fast food" when Alice is telling Helen what Michal said.Alice (talking to Michal) said "I'll make you a cup of tea" changes to: "She said she would make me a cup of tea" when Michal tells Helen what Alice said. But pronouns don't always change (但代词人称不一定总是会变)。 For example:Tim said "We're going to the pub later" talking to Michal (about Michal, Alice and Helen), changes to: "He said we were going to the pub later" when Michal tells Helen what Tim said. /200707/16028

  网络社交英语口语 62:我看是没指望了SCENE③ A 一周后,在苏的客厅里 电话中 Sue: Hi, Don. Herb and Rose are hopeless!苏: 嗨,唐。赫伯和柔丝的事我看是没指望了! Don: Any ideas? Herb's aly moved to Hsinchu.唐: 你有什么点子吗?赫伯已经搬去新竹了。 Sue: I heard there's a romantic outdoor 1) symphony concert in two weeks.苏: 我听说两周后有一个浪漫的户外交响乐演奏会。 Don: What? Get Herb to ask Rose for a date? Never in a million years.唐: 什么?要叫赫伯约柔丝出来?再等一百万年吧。 Sue: No, no. I'll ask Rose. 苏: 不是。我会去约柔丝。 Don: Oh, I see. And I'll ask Herb. 唐: 喔,我懂了。而我去找赫伯。 Sue: 2) Precisely! And the four of us will " 3) accidentally" meet each other at the concert.苏: 完全正确!而我们四个会在演奏会上“不期而遇” 。语言详解 A: Where should we have the graduation party? 我们该在哪办毕业派对? B: Somewhere outdoors, like the lake. 外面随便个地方,比如湖边. 【Any ideas? 你有主意吗?】 这个句子用在征询别人的意见时,是Do you have any ideas?这个句子的简略说法。 A: We're looking for a new product to market. Any ideas, Tom? 我们在寻找新产品来行销。你有什么点子吗,汤姆?B: Sure. How about a compact cellular phone? 有啊。你觉得迷你手机如何? 【Never in a million years! (这是不可能的事)你慢慢等吧!】 这是强调“绝对不可能发生”的情况,所以相同的说法还可以把“百万年”a million years改成“一千年”a thousand years或“一百年”a hundred years.另外同样的意思也可以说成over my dead body,意思是除非我死了才有可能。 A: Would you ever date George? 你有可能会跟乔治约会吗?B: Never in a million years! He's definitely not my type. 绝不可能!他完全不是我喜欢的型。 1) symphony (n.) 交响乐2) precisely (adv.) 正是如此,完全正确3) accidentally (adv.) 意外地 /200708/16845。

  

  [这部分对话对话发生在母亲与儿子、父亲与女儿、母亲与准女婿以及夫妻之间。对话的情绪复杂,语言有些琐碎,场景多为家庭的餐桌上,因为这往往是一家人聚在一起的最佳时光。]The Coming of Relatives亲戚的到来What’s Cooking《感恩节盛宴》 感恩节,亲戚来访,门铃响了,一家人赶紧迎上前,免不了寒暄一阵……Mother: Hello, it’s good to see you.Man: Well, was the traffic bad or…Mother: OK. I know you like my ... Aunt: Hey, oh, Rachel, honey, you look great.Daughter: Oh, thank you.Aunt: Doesn’t she look beautiful?Man: Just like a movie star.Daughter: Thank you. Good to see you.Carla: Hello.Aunt: Is this your roommate?Daughter: This is Carla.Carla: Carla.Aunt: Oh, Carla, nice to meet you.Carla: Nice to meet you too.母亲:嗨,见到你真高兴。男人:哦,如果交通顺畅的话……母亲:是啊。我知道你喜欢我的……姑姑:嘿,哦,拉歇尔,你气色很好。女儿:哦,谢谢。姑姑:她看上去很漂亮,是不是?男人:就象是电影明星。女儿:谢谢。很高兴见到你。卡拉:你好。姑姑:这是你的室友?女儿:这是卡拉。卡拉:卡拉。姑姑:哦,卡拉,很高兴认识你。卡拉:我也很高兴认识你。 /200603/5375Dear Excellencies, Friends and Colleagues, First, I would like to thank all speakers and panellists for the enlightening speeches. My name is Roy Wang, I am a young singer and actor from China – the country that hosts 278 million young people, as the second largest youth population in the world. Until yesterday, I only saw the UN building on TV, so this is the very first time that I am honored to participate in the Youth Forum to raise my voice. I am grateful for this unique opportunity. I was fortunate to work with the ed Nations China Subgroup on Youth to advocate for the Imagine 2030 campaign, which aims at encouraging the young generation in China to reflect and think about the world we want to see in 2030 – the year the Sustainable Development Goals are expected to be achieved. This campaign meaningfully engaged a large number of young people, including millions of left-behind children and other marginalized young people, and provided them with an opportunity to express their views and share their imagination to inspire our world. I submitted a cartoon drawing project. My passion for 2030 is that every young person can access good quality education, girls have the same potential to achieve amazing things as boys. With the support from many young people across the country, the campaign, which has been running for a few months since October 2016, recorded over 500 million views online. Inspired by the campaign, understanding SDGs has become a fashion among the young people. Dear Excellencies, Friends and Colleagues, Taking this opportunity, both as a leader and a young person myself, I want to reassure you of Chinese young peoples motivation to advance and realize (the) SDGs, wherever you are. I truly believe that our youth power can influence the world we live in, and hope that our determination can make a difference. Thank you very much.201702/492572Im here today to talk about the two ideas that, at least based on my observations at Khan Academy,今天,我要分享两个观点,至少基于我对可汗学院的观察得出的,are kind of the core, or the key leverage points for learning.有关于学习的核心,或者说是根基。And its the idea of mastery and the idea of mindset.一个是掌握的技巧,另一个是思维方式。I saw this in the early days working with my cousins.早些年当我辅导小表亲们的时候就发现,A lot of them were having trouble with math at first, because they had all of these gaps accumulated in their learning.他们之中很多人刚开始对数学很头疼,因为他们在学习中不断积累着知识漏洞。And because of that, at some point they got to an algebra class所以当他们开始上代数课时,and they might have been a little bit shaky on some of the pre-algebra,由于在代数的预备課程中可能就不太跟得上,and because of that, they thought they didnt have the math gene.就导致了他们认为自己没有数学天赋。Or theyd get to a calculus class, and theyd be a little bit shaky on the algebra.或者他们之后上微积分课时,才发现自己的代数基础也不太好。I saw it in the early days when I was uploading some of those s on YouTube,我发现这个问题是在前些年当我在YouTube上上传这些视频的时候,and I realized that people who were not my cousins were watching.我意识到很多素不相识的人也在看这些视频。And at first, those comments were just simple thank-yous. I thought that was a pretty big deal.一开始,有些留言只是些简单的谢谢。我认为这很值得重视。I dont know how much time you all spend on YouTube. Most of the comments are not ;Thank you.;我不知道你们都花多少时间在YouTube上。通常大多数都不是“谢谢”。Theyre a little edgier than that. But then the comments got a little more intense,通常措辞都更尖锐一些。但之后的留言内容越来越丰富多样,student after student saying that they had grown up not liking math.越来越多的学生反映,他们长大后,变得更加不喜欢数学。It was getting difficult as they got into more advanced math topics.进入高等数学阶段后就更加困难。By the time they got to algebra, they had so many gaps in their knowledge they couldnt engage with it.当他们开始上代数的时候,知识中存在的大量漏洞导致他们完全更不上进度。They thought they didnt have the math gene.他们会自以为没有数学头脑。But when they were a bit older, they took a little agency and decided to engage.但当他们长大一点的时候,他们有了一点儿动力并决定下功夫去学。They found resources like Khan Academy and they were able to fill in those gaps and master those concepts,他们找到了像可汗学院这样的资源,帮助他们填充知识漏洞和掌握概念,and that reinforced their mindset that it wasnt fixed; that they actually were capable of learning mathematics.改善了他们的思维方式;他们才知道自己其实有能力学好数学。201706/515334

  078 politics Words Policy manifesto ruling party vote referendum election minister prime minister president candidate cabinet politician government opposition power campaign pressure group conservation Liberal mainstream extreme left-wing right-wing centre majority minority Phrases Present a manifesto Vote for a candidate Win a majority Influence policy Become prime minister Campaign for a candidate Support a liberal policy Propose a new law Make cabinet appointments Beginner A: have you every belonged to a political party? B: no, I haven’t, but I thought about joining the green party. A: really? I know you are very concerned about the environment. You were a member of the pressure group greenpeace, weren’t you? B: yes. I was. But I didn’t have enough time to devote to it. A: the green party have no chance of winning an election. The other parties are too big and popular. B; you’re right. But smaller political and pressure groups can often influence large political parties. Any member of parliament can propose legislation and parties and pressure groups can raise awareness of issues. A: most people are not very politically aware. They often don’t understand the issues fully. B: that’s true. But it’s a little strange because the media often reports on political events. You can about them in newspaper or hear them on tv. Intermediate A: how does the political system work in your country? B: we have hundreds of constituencies and the votes in each one elect a member of parliament. Most people call them mp’s. A; each mp belongs to a political party, right? B: almost all of them do. A few are independent. That means that they do not belong to a party. If one party more than half of the mp’s. they form a government. That means that they choose a prime minister can cabinet members. A; what’s a cabinet? B; this is a small group of people-perhaps 25 mp’s who are usually ministers. They make all the big decision and discuss laws and policy. A; can any mp make a law? B: any mp can present a law to parliament. The proposed law is debated and voted on. If it is accepted, it becomes law. A: I suppose a proposed a law needs the support of the big political parties. B: yes, it does, because they have most of the mp’s. most mp’s vote the way their party wants them to. A: how do people choose which party or candidate to vote for? B: they produce manifesto. These documents which states their policies. Some people just vote for the same party every time there is an election. Votes who often change the party they vote for are called floating voters. /200705/13757And in the same way many of us are now wearing sensors that detect our heart rate,同样的方式,我们现在很多人都使用穿戴式侦测器,可以侦测我们的心跳、our respiration, our genes, on the hopes that this may help us prevent diseases,呼吸、基因,让我们可以预防疾病的发生,we can ask whether monitoring and analyzing the words we speak, we tweet, we email, we write,我们是否已可以藉由侦测分析我们所说的话、推的文、邮寄的信、写的文字,can tell us ahead of time whether something may go wrong with our minds.来提前告诉我们,我们的心智可能要发生问题了?And with Guillermo Cecchi, who has been my brother in this adventure, we took on this task.我跟我的兄弟,吉列尔莫·切基,扛起了这项任务。And we did so by analyzing the recorded speech of 34 young people我们纪录分析了34位年轻人的谈话。who were at a high risk of developing schizophrenia.他们过去曾经是罹患精神分裂症的高风险族群。And so what we did is, we measured speech at day one,我们测量了他们第一天的谈话,and then we asked whether the properties of the speech could predict,然后问计算机,从他们的话中是否可以预测出,within a window of almost three years, the future development of psychosis.未来三年内,他们会不会精神错乱。But despite our hopes, we got failure after failure.但我们大失所望,一次又一次的失败。There was just not enough information in semantics to predict the future organization of the mind.因为没有足够的语义信息来预测未来的心智发展。It was good enough to distinguish between a group of schizophrenics and a control group,它在分辨精神病患及控制组上已经有足够的能力,a bit like we had done for the ancient texts,因为这有点像我们之前做古文字的分析,but not to predict the future onset of psychosis.但没办法预测未来精神错乱的发病。201607/457206

  As a civilization, we will have so many gifts, just as you as individuals have so many individual gifts as you sit before me.作为文明人,我们会拥有如此之多的天赋,就像是坐在我面前的你们,每一个生命个体都拥有许多独特的夭赋。How will you use these gifts? And will you take pride in your gifts or pride in your choices?你们要如何运用这些天赋呢?你们会为自己的夭赋感到骄傲,还是会为自己的选择感到骄傲?Tomorrow, in a very real sense, your life---the life you author from scratch on your own-begins.明天,非常现实地说,你们的人生——从零开始塑造的自己的人生——即将开启。How will you use your gifts? What choices will you make?你们将如何运用自己的天赋?你们又将做出怎样的抉择?Will inertia be your guide, or will you follow your passions?你们是被惯性所引导,还是追随自己内心的热情?Will you follow dogma, or will you be original?你们会墨守成规,还是勇于创新?Will you choose a life of ease, or a life of service and adventure?你们会选择安逸的生活,还是选择一个奉献与冒险的生活?Will you wilt under criticism, or will you follow your convictions?你们会屈从于批评,还是会坚守信念?Will you bluff it out when youre wrong, or will you apologize?你们会掩饰错误,还是会坦诚道歉?Will you guard your heart against rejection, or will you act when you fall in love?你们会因害怕拒绝而掩饰内心,还是会在面对爱情时勇往直前?Will you play it safe, or will you be a little bit swashbuckling?你们想要波澜不惊,还是想要搏击风浪?When its tough, will you give up, or will you be relentless?你们会在严峻的现实之下选择放弃,还是继续前行?Will you be a cynic, or will you be a builder?你们要做愤世嫉俗者,还是踏实的建设者?Will you be clever at the expense of others, or will you be kind?你们要不计一切代价地展示聪明,还是选择善良?I will hazard a prediction. When you are 80 years old, and in a quiet moment of reflection narrating for only yourself the most personal version of your life story, the telling that will be most compact and meaningful will be the series of choices you have made. In the end, we are our choices. Build yourself a great story. Thank you and good luck!我要冒险做一个预测。在你们80岁时,只有你一个人静静对内心诉说着你的人生故事,其中最为充实、最有意义的那段讲述,会被你们做出的一系列决定所填满。最后,是选择塑造了我们的人生。为你自己塑造一个伟大的人生故事吧!谢谢,祝你们好运!201705/505695

  Hello, Canada! Tonight has been 150 years in the making, and represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ring in the New Year together, from coast to coast to coast. Weve got a lot to celebrate this year – most of all, our 150th birthday. But before we leave 2016 behind, I want to thank you. Over the last year, weve accomplished a great deal of things together. We put more money in the pockets of middle class families, and reached a historic agreement so more hardworking Canadians can retire in dignity. We reestablished Canada as a leader in the fight against climate change, and put a plan in place to protect our clean air and oceans for generations to come. We declared trans rights as human rights, and passed legislation to fully protect gender identity. And we signed one of the most progressive free trade deals in history, to benefit the middle class and all those working hard to join it. For the first time in Canadas history, a judge from Newfoundland and Labrador, whos also bilingual, sits on our highest court – and well soon have an extraordinary Canadian woman on our ten-dollar bill. All this progress is because of you – so thank you. But weve all got much more to do. When we celebrate Canada 150, we celebrate generations of Canadians who sought common ground so we could share a common, more hopeful future. For 150 years, Canada has been a success story, but that will only continue with a lot of hard work. As Prime Minister, I will always stand against the politics of fear and division, and focus on what brings us together – that is my New Years resolution to you. But government cant solve every challenge. I need Canadians to do more, and I know youll step up. Together, I know well continue to build the diverse and prosperous nation that were all so proud to call home. Canada: lets make this year our year. Have a wonderful night, and Ill see you in 2017.201701/488956。

  18. John McCains Concession Speech18. 麦凯恩败选演讲My friends, we have come to the end of a long journey. The American people have spoken, and they have spoken clearly.我的朋友们,我们已经走完了这次漫长的旅程。美国人民已经说出了他们的决定,说得非常清楚。A little while ago, I had the honor of calling Senator Barack Obama to congratulate him.刚才,我非常荣幸地给奥巴马参议员打电话,向他表示祝贺。To congratulate him on being elected the next president of the country that we both love.祝贺他当选为这个国家的下一任总统,这个我们两个都无比热爱的国家的下一任总统。This is an historic election, and I recognize the special significance it has for African-Americans and for the special pride that must be theirs tonight.这是一次历史性的选举。我明白这次选举对于非洲裔美国人的特殊意义,感受到了此刻他们心中油然而生的自豪感。Ive always believed that America offers opportunities to all who have the industry and will to seize it. Senator Obama believes that, too.我始终深信不疑,对于任何一个勤奋努力、勇于开拓的人,美国都会给予他机会。奥巴马参议员也深信这一点。These are difficult times for our country. And I pledge to him tonight to do all in my power to help him lead us through the many challenges we face.我们的国-家正处在艰难时刻。奥巴马参议员将领导我们迎接挑战。今晚,我向他保,我将尽我所能帮助他。I urge all Americans who supported me to join me in not just congratulating him, but offering our next president our good will and earnest effort to find ways to come together to find the necessary compromises to bridge our differences and help restore our prosperity, defend our security in a dangerous world, and leave our children and grandchildren a stronger, better country than we inherited.我呼吁所有持我的美国人,一起加入我,不仅向我们的下一任总统表示祝贺,而且将我们良好的愿望和不懈的努力都提供给他,一起构筑沟通的桥梁,一起找到恢复繁荣的道路,在这个危险的世界中确保我们的安全,让我们的子孙生活在一个更强大、更美好的国家。201704/503872

  1_12 I’m home. I’m home. 我回来了. Home, sweet home. 家,甜蜜的家! There’s no place like home.没有一个地方比得上家. I had a great day. 我今天过得很愉快. Everything went right for me.我每件事都很顺利. Today is really my day. 我今天运气真好. It’s been a long day. 今天真是漫长的一天. I did so much. 我做了很多事. I learned a lot. 我学到了很多. /200705/13685

  【学习提示】第一步:先听,理解句子;第二步:看原文模仿!【原声模仿】1. Oh, just look at you two. Little seeds of romance blossoming in the savannah.2. One day you two are going to be married.3. It’s a tradition going back to generations. /200605/7328

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