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I mean, over the next five years, Disney and Warner Bros. and a bunch of movie studios我的意思是,在未来的五年当中,迪士尼和华纳兄弟公司,还有一群电影工作室are going to release over 30 feature-length films with comic book characters,将会推出超过30部基于漫画形象的全长电影。and of those 30 feature-length films, exactly two of them will have female solo leads. Two.在这超过30部电影中,准确来说只有两部将会由女性独立领导。两部而已。Now, there will be females in the rest of these movies,虽然其他这些电影中也都是有女性形象的,but they will be sidekicks, they will be love interests, they will be members of teams.但她们都只是配角,爱情筹码和团队中的一员而已。They will not be the main character.她们不会是主角。And if what we learn, what we know about other people and about the world we learn through media,如果我们对其他人和这个世界的认知都是通过媒体,then these companies are teaching my daughter that even if she is strong那么这些公司正在教育我的女儿,即使她很坚强,and smart and fast and fights like a ninja, all four of which are true of her, it doesnt matter.很聪明,很敏捷,打斗起来像个忍者,即使这些素质她都具备了,也毫无意义。She will either be ignored like Gamora or erased and replaced with a boy like Black Widow.她要不就会像加美拉那样被忽视,要不就会像黑寡妇那样被其他男孩儿取代。And its not fair. Its not fair to her and its not fair to your sons and daughters either.这不公平。这对她不公平,对你们的儿子女儿们也不公平。But heres the thing: Im raising a little girl, and she has a little tomboy in her,但关键在于:我正在养育一个小女孩儿,她的个性有点儿像假小子,which by the way is a terrible thing to call a girl.虽然听上去对一个女孩有点像贬义词,What that basically is saying is, those traits that define you, theyre not really yours,但是这些媒体传达给大众的却是,这些定义你们的东西,并非属于你们,theyre just on loan to you for a little while from boys.这些特质只是从男孩那儿暂时接过来的。But do you know how much grief shes going to take in her life for having a little tomboy in her?但是你知道她会因为假小子的性格而感到人生有多么令人悲伤吗?Zero. None. People will think its cute.一点儿都不会。人们会认为这很可爱。Theyll call her feisty, because in our society,人们会用争强好胜形容她,因为在这个社会当中,adding so-called male traits to girls is seen as an upgrade, seen as a bonus.女性具有一点儿所谓的男性特质其实是一种升级,被认为是额外的优势。201705/509162英语日常口语 43:Exam revision本单元是关于复习考试的对话Michal: Oh dear I have my exam today. I'm really worried. Helen, will you practise with me please? Helen: You must be joking! Michal: Alice?Alice: Oh Michal, you know I'm just back from a night-shift. I'm exhausted, sorry. Tim: Don't worry mate, you'll be all right. Just relax, be yourself... Michal: But I did very bad in my practice test last week. Helen: I told you Michal, it's important to revise for exams but you went out every night this week. Michal: Yes I know but it's a speaking exam so I had to talk to people. Won't anyone help me? Thanks Bronka, that's a big help!Vocabulary:(词汇)a night-shift: (夜班)a period of work that takes place during the nightexhausted: (精疲力尽)very tired to revise for exams: (为准备考试而复习)to do special preparation for an exam, when you look back at your earlier work本单元的语言点是 homophones, 在英语里有时候有两个完全不同的字 - 拼写不同、字义不同 - 却有相同的发音。这就叫做 homophones 。举例来说, mail 和 male , practice 和 practise。这是因为英文字并不完全按照声音来拼写。英文里估计大约有 400 组同音字。HomophonesIn English it is possible for two different words - words with different spelling and different meaning - to have the same pronunciation. These are homophones. For example, mail and male and practice and practise. This occurs because English is not written in a strictly phonetic way. There are more than 400 pairs of homophones. Common homophones:(常见同音字)mail and male The first means post and letters, the second is the opposite of femalebrake and break The first stops a car or bicycle from moving, the second means to damage somethingwait and weight The first is what you do at a bus stop, the second is measured in kilogrammes and red The first is the past simple of 'to ', the second is the colour of dangerbuy, by and bye The first is to obtain something using money, the second is a preposition, the third is a shortened form of 'goodbye'sore and soar The first means something hurts, the second means to fly high in the skypause and pawsThe first is a short gap in speech, the second are animals' feet pores and pours The first are small holes in the skin, the second is from the verb 'to pour water from a jug'Verb and noun homophones:(动词与名词同音字)practise and practice Both mean to do something to get better at it. The first is the verb, the second the nounlicense and licence Both refer to official permission to do something. The first (in British English) is verb meaning to give the permission, the second is the noun and refers to the official document of permissionContractions (e.g. he's, I'm) homophones:(缩写同音字)aisle, isle and I'll The first is the gap between columns of seats, the second is a small island, the third is a contraction of 'I will'heel, heal and he'll The first is the back of the bottom of your foot, the second means to repair an injury, the third is a contraction of 'he will'your and you're The first is a possessive pronoun, the second the contraction of 'you are'there, their and they're The first is an adverb, the second a possessive pronoun, the third a contraction of 'they are' /200707/16047Hope to see you again next year.希望明年再见A: I've come to say goodbye.B: When do you leave?A: I'm catching the 11:00 train.B: Take care of yourself and don't forget to keep in touch.A: Goodbye. Hope to see you again next year.译文:A: 我是来跟你告别的。B: 你什么时候走?A: 我赶11:00的火车。B: 请多保重,别忘了保持联系。A: 再见。希望明年能再见到你。注解 :1) catch take 赶(乘、看),抓 例: I tried to catch a glimpse of the fireworks show, but there was a big tree in the way.我尽力想看到一眼焰火表演,但是被一个大树挡住了。2) take care of: 照顾 /200708/16422

16.The Democratization of Education---Commencement Address by Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll at Oxford University16.教育的民主化——哥伦比亚女歌手夏奇拉在牛津大学的演讲I have a fantasy about this future that I want to share with you today.我有一个对未来的幻想,在此我想和在座的各位一起分享。Let me put it this way, if civilization were a car, we would have been cruising at 20 miles per hour for millions of years only to hit light speed in the last hundred.让我这么说吧,如果把文明比作一辆汽车,那么数百万年以来我们一直在以每小时20英里的速度平稳行驶,但在最近的一百年里,它却飞驰如光远。So I wonder what made us accelerate so quickly recently and how can we continue this pace? There is only one explanation to me, and thats the democratization of education.所以,我在想:是什么让我们的文明在最近这些年迅猛发展,我们又该如何保持这个速度呢?于我而言,只有一个,那就是教育的民主化。I strongly believe that the best is yet to come, with universal access to education to feed our collective intelligence, with our commitment to meet and organize in places like this, with students like you-we could be so close to create a network of intellects, an enormous think tank devoted to sharing the best ideas and inspiring each other to keep learning, keep informing and keep advancing our world, and finding solutions to our common issues. Wouldnt that be great?我深信最好的日子还没有到来。通过普及教育来丰富我们集体的知识宝库,通过我们的努力把大家召集到类似今天这种地方,通过像你们这样的学生建立起一个人才网络、一个巨大的思想宝库,然后通过这个知识网络和思想库来分享最好的思想,激励彼此不断学习,不断增长知识,以及让我们的世界不断发展前进,并为我们共同关心的问题找到解决方法。这该有多么美好啊!We have evolved so far in history, with so many technological advances in just the past century, so, how will we evolve in the next ten years, or twenty years, or fifty years-now that we know that the world has shrunk and has become just one big neighborhood.在人类历史的长河中,我们繁衍生息。在过去一个世纪中我们取得了许多科技进步,那么在未来的十年、二十年、或五十年中我们又将如何发展呢?我们知道现在世界已经变小了,演化成了一个大社区。You are the architects of change. So tell me, how many things that seem inconceivable today will be obvious tomorrow? How long will man live? How will society be structured? Will we still be organized in couples, in communities with very nice governance? Sadly, at the current pace of change, we wont have universal access to education in a hundred years, let alone five. That is unacceptable.你们是这些变化的设计师。那么请告诉我,有多少在今天看来不可思议的事情会在明天成为现实?人类将会活多久?社会将会如何构架?我们还会实行夫妻制吗?我们还会在管理有序的社区生活吗?悲哀的是,按照目前发展的速度,我们再用100年也无法普及教育,更别说五年了。这个事实让人难以接受。Especially, when the world has the resources to feed itself several times over, then, why are children starving? Latin America, alone has 3 times the necessary abundance to feed its entire population.尤其是,当这个世界有成倍的资源用来养活自己的时候,为什么还有孩子在挨饿?例如,拉丁美洲,它拥有能够供给其三倍人口的充裕食物。These children cant wait; they cant wait a hundred more years.这些孩子不能再等了,他们不能再等一百年了。They need us to cure a child with Leukemia or AIDS with a simple pill or with a breakthrough vaccine. We need to live in a world in which together we can find a solution to global warming so we dont have to worry every time a single storm begins to form on the horizon. We need to find new ways to distribute food so no child goes to bed hungry.他们需要我们用一粒简单的药片或一种突破性的疫苗来治好孩子的白血病或艾滋病。我们需要生活在这样一个世界里,我们可以共同寻找全冻变暖的解决方案,这样我们就不用担心随时可能有风暴发生。我们需要找到新的方法来分配食物,让孩子们不会饿着肚子睡觉。And I know that education is our ticket.而教育,我知道,就是我们的方法。201706/511942Were on the cusp of innovations that will literally change the world. 我们处在创新的最前沿 毫不夸张 这将改变世界And some of the people who I had the honor of being honored with today with degrees can tell you more about this than I can. 在座同我一同接受这一学位殊荣的人 关于这些 能告诉你们更多Because theyre aly changing the world we live in A world where thered be superconductors capable. 因为他们已经在改变我们所生活的世界 未来世界将拥有超导体设备Of performing a million trillion calculations per second which is one-hundred times faster than any computer on Earth today. 每秒将能够执行一百亿亿次计算 这比如今地球上最强大的计算机还快一百倍It will revolutionize science, medicine, applied technology 3-D printers able to restore tissue after traumatic injury and restore . 这将变革科学 医药 应用技术 3D打印机将能够帮助受伤者恢复身体组织Skin damaged by fire to unblemished skin The ability to regenerate organs and limbs that have been damaged or lost. 被烧伤者将能重获完美无瑕的肌肤 受损或失去的器官和四肢将能够再生Saving tens of thousands of lives and restoring our wounded warriors to their full capabilities. 这能挽救数以万计的生命 能让受伤的战士们恢复到正常人的状态The ability in the near term of being able to engineer your white blood cells to attack cancer tumors and leave healthy cells untouched. 不久的将来 白细胞将能够得以改造 用于攻击癌细胞 并让健康细胞不受损害Allowing cancer patients to live out their lives without undergoing difficult and painful chemotherapy and radiation procedures. 让癌症患者能够过好生活 而不至于遭受化疗 放疗等痛苦治疗的折磨The ability to sequence the entire human genome in under an hour delivering rapid, personalized medicine. 人类基因组将能够在一小时之内测序完成 这将能为个人快速定制药物201610/470335

Thank you so much! Thank you. Thank you so much, everybody. Thank you. Everybody, please have a seat. Have a seat. Well, thank you so much.Good afternoon, everybody. I was just told that was going to be the last ;Hail to the Chief; on the road, and it got me kind of sentimental. I want to first and foremost say thanks to all of you. Just before I came here, I was able to visit with some of the men and women from MacDill Air Force Base, Central Command, our Special Operations Command to thank them for their extraordinary service. And so to you and your families, and to the extended family of American servicemembers, let me say that our nation owes you an unbelievable debt of gratitude. We are grateful for you, and will be praying for you over the holidays.As you know all too well, your mission – and the course of history – was changed after the 9/11 attacks. By the time I took office, the ed States had been at war for seven years. For eight years that Ive been in office, there has not been a day when a terrorist organization or some radicalized individual was not plotting to kill Americans. And on January 20th, I will become the first President of the ed States to serve two full terms during a time of war. Now, we did not choose this fight, but once it came to us, the world saw the measure of our resolve.The most solemn responsibility for any President is keeping the American people safe. In carrying out that duty, I have sent men and women into harms way. Ive visited troops around the globe. I have met our wounded warriors, and Ive grieved with Gold Star families. I know better than most that it is because of your service and your sacrifice that we have been able, during these eight years, to protect our homeland, to strike crippling blows against terrorist networks, and fortify our friends and our allies. So today, Id like to reflect on that work, and talk about the foundation that we will leave for the next administration.I came to this office with a set of core convictions that have guided me as Commander-in-Chief. I believe that the ed States military can achieve any mission; that we are, and must remain, the strongest fighting force the world has ever known. I believe that we must never hesitate to act when necessary, including unilaterally when necessary, against any imminent threats to our people. But I have also insisted that it is unwise and unsustainable to ask our military to build nations on the other side of the world, or resolve their internal conflicts, particularly in places where our forces become a magnet for terrorists and insurgencies. Instead, it has been my conviction that even as we focus relentlessly on dismantling terrorist networks like al Qaeda and ISIL, we should ask allies to do their share in the fight, and we should strengthen local partners who can provide lasting security.And these convictions guided the policies we pursued both in Iraq and Afghanistan. When I took office, the ed States was focused overwhelmingly on Iraq, where nearly 150,000 American troops had spent years fighting an insurgency and helping to build a democratic government. Meanwhile, al Qaeda had regrouped in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan, and was actively planning attacks against our homeland. So we brought nearly 150,000 troops home from Iraq, consistent with the Status of Forces Agreement negotiated by the previous administration, and we surged our efforts along with our allies in Afghanistan, which allowed us to focus on dismantling al Qaeda and give the Afghan government the opportunity to succeed.And this focus on al Qaeda – the most dangerous threat to the ed States at the time – paid dividends. Today, by any measure, core al Qaeda – the organization that hit us on 9/11 – is a shadow of its former self. Plots directed from within Afghanistan and Pakistan have been consistently disrupted. Its leadership has been decimated. Dozens of terrorist leaders have been killed. Osama bin Laden is dead. And, importantly, we have built a counterterrorism capability that can sustain this pressure against any terrorist network in South Asia that might threaten the ed States of America. That was because of the work of our outstanding servicemembers.Moreover, that early decision to strengthen our efforts in Afghanistan allowed us to build the capacity of Afghans to secure and defend their own country. So today, there are less than 10,000 American troops in Afghanistan. Instead of being in the lead against the Taliban, Americans are now supporting 320,000 Afghan security forces who are defending their communities and supporting our counterterrorism efforts.Now, I dont want to paint too rosy a picture. The situation in Afghanistan is still tough. War has been a part of life in Afghanistan for over 30 years, and the ed States cannot eliminate the Taliban or end violence in that country. But what we can do is deny al Qaeda a safe haven, and what we can do is support Afghans who want a better future, which is why we have worked not only with their military, but weve backed a unity government in Kabul. Weve helped Afghan girls go to school. Weve supported investments in health care and electricity and education. You have made a difference in Afghanistan, and America is safer for it.Of course, the terrorist threat was never restricted to South Asia, or to Afghanistan, or Pakistan. Even as al Qaeda has been decimated in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the threat from terrorists metastasized in other parts of the Middle East and North Africa. And most dangerously, we saw the emergence of ISIL, the successor to al Qaeda in Iraq, which fights as both a terrorist network and an insurgency.Theres been a debate about ISIL thats focused on whether a continued U.S. troop presence in Iraq back in 2011 could have stopped the threat of ISIL from growing. And as a practical matter, this was not an option. By 2011, Iraqis wanted our military presence to end, and they were unwilling to sign a new Status of Forces Agreement to protect our troops from prosecution if they were trying to defend themselves in Iraq.201612/4851475_02 How do you do? My name is Pat. 我的名字是派特. It’s nice to meet you. 我高兴认识你. How do you do? 你好. I’m from Taiwan. 我是台湾人. I’m a student. 我是个学生. How about you? 你呢? Where are you from? 你是哪里人? What do you do? 你从事什么行业? How long have you been here?你来这里多久了? /200706/14160英语日常口语 12:After the film本单元是关于看完电影后的对话Michal: Well that rom-com was much better than I expected. It was really romantic. Thank you.Alice: Oh, it was my pleasure.Michal: Would you like to do it again? go out on another date with me?Alice: Another date? Michal, that wasn't a date we were on there.Michal: It wasn't? Oh, I thought it was.Alice: No, we're just good friends.Michal: Yes, we are good friends and I'd like us to be better friends so I'm going to ask you: would you like to go out with me?Vocabulary:(词汇)To go out on a date/To go out with someone: (和某人约会)To have a romantic time (usually an evening) with someone.To witness: (亲眼见到) To see something and be able to describe it later 本单元的语言点是关于电影词汇,下面介绍一些与电影工作人员有关的词汇,还有告诉你如何询问与电影有关的问题。Here is some vocabulary to describe people connected with making films and some questions you can use when asking about a film.People involved in making a film:(电影幕后工作人员)The producer is the manager of the film, and deals with the money and schedules. The director is the creative manager of the film; the director calls 'Action!' and 'cut!'. The cinematographer/director of photography is responsible for the look of the film - the photography. The screenwriter writes the script or screenplay. The leading actors/the main actors are often famous stars, and they have the most important roles in the script. The supporting actors are the other actors in the film, they have less important roles in the script. The extras are people in the background of the film, they usually don't speak in the film. If you want to find out more about a film, you can ask these questions: (想要了解更多有关电影的信息,你可以用以下问句) What's it called? What is the name of the film? What's it about? What is the story and who are the main characters? Where and when is it set? Where and in what historical time does the story take place? Who's in it? Who are the leading actors? Who's it by? Who is the director (or the screenwriter)? What's it like? What is your opinion of the film? Is it any good? Is the film good? /200707/15904

My mortgage was 5 a month.我的抵押贷款,每月需要还175美元。When she came back, I picked up her up and I said, you remember that house you liked?她从芝加哥回来的时候,我去接她,问她还记得你喜欢的那栋房子么?She said yeah. I said, while you were gone I bought it, you have to marry me now.她说记得。我说你走了以后我买了那栋房子,你现在必须嫁给我。The third time was the charm.第三次求婚如有神助!We were married in that little house on October the 11th, 1975.1975年10月11日,我们在那栋小房子里结婚了。I married my best friend.我跟我最好的朋友结婚了。I was still in awe after more than four years of being around her at how smart and strong and loving and caring she was.在一起四年后,我还是对她的聪明、坚强、富有爱心、善解人意而怀有敬畏。And I really hoped that her choosing me and rejecting my advice to pursue her own career was a decision she would never regret.我真的希望她选择我,而不是接受我让她追逐自己事业,别让自己后悔的建议。A little over a year later we moved to Little Rock when I became attorney general and she joined the oldest law firm west of the Mississippi.一年后,我们搬到了阿肯色州小石城,我成为首席检察官,她加入密西西比州西部历史最悠久的律师事务所。Soon after, she started a group called the Arkansas Advocates for Families and Children.很快,她就成立了阿肯色儿童家庭权益保护律师协会。Its a group, as you can hear, is still active today.这个组织你可能听说过,直到今天还很活跃。In 1979...In 1979, just after I became governor, I asked Hillary to chair a rural health committee to help expand health care to isolated farm and mountain areas.1979年,我成为了州长,我请希拉里担任了一个乡村卫生协会的主席,为那些偏远的农场和山区的人提供医疗务。They recommended to do that partly by deploying trained nurse practitioners in places with no doctors to provide primary care they were trained to provide.他们的部分建议,就是派驻训练有素的执业护士到没有医生的地方,提供初级的医疗救助务。It was a big deal then, highly controversial and very important.当时那是一个大问题,既饱受争议而又至关重要。And I got the feeling that what she did for the rest of her life she was doing there.我感觉,她当时正在做的事,是她余生致力于的事业。She just went out and figured out what needed to be done and what made the most sense and what would help the most people.她出面弄清楚什么需要解决,什么才是最有意义的,怎样能帮助最多的人。And then if it was controversial, shed just try to persuade people it was the right thing to do.之后,如果某件事有争议,她就会劝导说民众,告诉大家那样做是对的。201612/48038819. Good enough for... 好到足以······ 用法透视 如果要表示"足以做......",就可以在形容词后面加上"enough"。也可以说"enough to do" 。 持范例 1. The movie is good enough for the Oscar Award. 这部电影好得足以赢得奥斯卡奖。 2. He is capable enough for this dangerous job. 他的能力足够应付这件危险的工作。 3. I was fortunate enough to get a free ticket 我的运气好到得到了一张免费票。 会话记忆 A: What musical instrument do you play? 你会演奏什么乐器? B: I can play the piano a bit. 我会弹一点钢琴。 A: Then we can have one more program at our party? 那么我们的晚会能多个节目了? B: No, no. My playing isn't good enough for me to perform in public. 不行,不行。我的演奏还没好到可以当众表演的程度 /200705/13104

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