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President Obama: Thank you so much, everybody. Please have a seat. Have a seat. For generations, Presidents have faithfully executed two great American traditions: issuing a proclamation that sets aside a Thursday in November for us to express gratitude, and granting pardons that reflect our beliefs in second chances. And this week, we do both. Of course, Thanksgiving is a family holiday as much as a national one. So, for the past seven years, Ive established another tradition: embarrassing my daughters with a ;corny-copia; of dad jokes about turkeys. This year, they had a scheduling conflict. Actually, they just couldnt take my jokes anymore. They were fed up. President Obama: Fortunately, I have, by my side, here today two of my nephews – Austin and Aaron Robinson – who, unlike Malia and Sasha, have not yet been turned cynical by Washington. They still believe in bad puns. They still appreciate the grandeur of this occasion. They still have hope. Malia and Sasha, by the way, are thankful that this is my final presidential turkey pardon. What I havent told them yet is that we are going to do this every year from now on. No cameras. Just us. Every year. No way Im cutting this habit cold turkey. Good one. That was pretty funny. Thanksgiving is a chance –– to gather with loved ones, reflect on our many blessings, and, after a long campaign season, finally turn our attention from polls to poultry. This year, were honored to be joined by two of the lucky ones, who were raised by the Domino family in Iowa: Tater and Tot. Now, Tater is here in a backup role, just in case Tot cant fulfill his duties. So hes sort of like the Vice Turkey. Were working on getting him a pair of aviator glasses. And it is my great privilege – well, its my privilege – actually, lets just say its my job -- to grant them clemency this afternoon. As I do, I want to take a moment to recognize the brave turkeys who werent so lucky, who didnt get to ride the gravy train to freedom –– who met their fate with courage and sacrifice – and proved that they werent chicken. President Obama: Oh, its not that bad. Now, come one. Of course, we have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Six straight years of job creation – the longest streak ever. Low unemployment. Wages are rising again. Inequality is narrowing. The housing market is healing. The stock market has nearly tripled. Our high school graduation rate is at an all-time high. And our uninsured rate is at an all-time low, thanks to the 20 million more Americans, including millions of children, who finally know the security of health insurance. Thats worth gobbling about. Proud families across the country are finally complete now that marriage equality is the law of the land. And there are many families of service members who had empty chairs at the table in recent years but who on this Thanksgiving can celebrate with our brave troops and veterans who weve welcomed home. Thanksgiving is also a reminder of the source of our national strength – that out of many, we are one; that were bound not by any one race or religion, but rather by an adherence to a common creed, that all of us are created equal. And while accepting our differences and building a diverse society has never been easy, it has never been more important. We are a people that look out for one another and get each others backs. We keep moving forward, defined by values and ideals that have been a light to all humanity. We have to see ourselves in each other because weve all got families we love, and we all have hopes for their better future. And we lose sight of that sometimes, and Thanksgiving is a good time for us to remember that. We have a lot more in common than divides us. The holidays are also a time when its even more important to reach out to those who need a helping hand. I believe were judged by how we care for the poor and the vulnerable, the sick and the elderly, the immigrant, the refugee, everybody whos trying to get a second chance. I believe that in order to truly live up to those ideals, we have to continually fight discrimination in all its forms and always show the world that America is a generous and giving country. We should also make sure everyone has something to eat on Thanksgiving – of course, except the turkeys, because theyre aly stuffed. President Obama: So, later today, the Obama family will participate in our traditional Thanksgiving service project. And when somebody at your table tells you that youve been hogging all the side dishes and you cant have any more, I hope you respond with a creed that sums up the spirit of a hungry people: Yes, We Cran. That was good. You dont think thats funny? Look, I know there are some bad ones in here, but this is the last time Im doing this, so were not leaving any room for leftovers. Let me just say – how am I doing? Good? Thumbs up? Let me just say one last thing before I spare these turkeys lives. On this Thanksgiving, I want to express my sincere gratitude to the American people for the trust that youve placed in me over these last eight years and the incredible kindness that youve shown my family. On behalf of Michelle, and my mother-in-law, and our girls, we want to thank you so very, very much. And now, from the Rose Garden, Tater and Tot will go to their new home at Virginia Tech – which is admittedly a bit Hokie. Theyll get to live out their natural lives at a new facility called Gobblers Rest, where students and veterinarians will care for them. And so, lets get on with the pardoning because its Wednesday afternoon and everyone knows that Thanksgiving traffic can put people in a ;fowl; mood. President Obama: Happy Thanksgiving, everybody. Lets go pardon these turkeys. Come on, guys, come on, come on!201612/482121My fellow Americans, since Day One, my administration has been hard at work, tearing down the barriers to job creation and economic growth.我的美国同胞们,从走马上任的第一天开始,本届政府一直在努力工作,推倒阻碍创造就业和经济增长的藩篱。We have removed one job-killing regulation after another – theyre not pretty and theyre going.我们废除了一个个不利于就业的法规,这些法规不合时宜,将被撤销。And believe me, we are just getting started on regulations. Theyre gone.相信我,我们废除不当法规的过程刚刚开始。这些法规一去不复返了。On Thursday, the House voted to repeal one of the worst job-killing laws of all.本周四,国会投票废止了阻碍就业的法律中最严重的一条。Its called ObamaCare, perhaps youve heard of it.那就是“奥巴马医改”,或许你之前听说过它。Everywhere we look, ObamaCare is collapsing.在我们所看到的地方,奥巴马医改正在崩塌。The House Bill is a plan that will save Americans from this disaster, and replace it with more choices, and more freedom for American families.国会通过的法案,计划将美国人从这场灾难解救出来,为美国家庭提供更多的选择、更多的自由。Most importantly, it will be great healthcare, and your premiums will come down, and your deductibles will come down.最重要的是,它是个伟大的医保计划,降低你的保险费和免赔额。So youll have better healthcare at a lower cost.因此,你会一更低的价格,享受更优质的医保计划。And now, Im calling on the Senate to take action.现在,我要呼吁参议院采取行动。Repealing and replacing ObamaCare will be a big, big win for the American People.撤销并取代奥巴马医改,将成为美国民众的重大利好。201706/514745Oh my goodness! Im at Harvard! Wow!哦 我的天哪!我终于来到哈佛了!哇哦!To president Faust, my fellow honorands, Carl, that was so beautiful. Thank you so much. And James Rothenberg, Stephanie Wilson.福斯特校长 以及各位荣誉学位获得者卡尔 这一切是如此美好 非常感谢你们还有詹姆斯.罗森伯格 斯蒂芬妮.威尔逊Harvard faculty, with a special bow to my friend, Doctor Henry Louis Gates. All of you alumni, with a special bow to the class of 88. Your 115 million dollars. 以及哈佛大学教职员工特别要向我的朋友亨利.路易斯.盖茨士致敬所有的毕业生们 特别要恭喜88届的同学们 你们的一亿一千五百万美元到手了And to you, members of the Harvard class of 2013! Hello! I thank you for allowing me to be a part of your conclusion of this chapter of your lives and.哦还有你们 2013届毕业生! 你们好!感谢你们 让我有机会the commencement of your next chapter to say that Im honored doesnt even begin.与你们共度人生这一华丽篇章的谢幕时刻并开启新的篇章仅仅用荣幸一词 无法表达出To quantify the depth of gratitude that really companies an honorary doctorate from Harvard. And not too many little girls from rural Mississippi.我对同时授予我的哈佛大学荣誉士学位的感激之情能够荣登剑桥顶级学府的Have made it all the way here to Cambridge, and I can tell you that I consider today as I sat on the stage this morning.密西西比州乡下女孩可谓屈指可数说实话 今天早上当我坐在台上的时候201608/460795美国成语俗语教程录音 Lesson85-90暂无文本 /200606/782267. It'd be foolish to... ······很傻。 用法透视 这个句型通过说"做某事很傻"来劝阻别人。当然,口气不很友善,限于熟人之间使用。 持范例 1. It'd be foolish to go to the beach on such a stormy day. 暴风雨天还要去海滩太不明智了。 2. It'd be foolish to continue your relationship with such a violent man. 继续与这么暴力的男人交往,你太傻了。 3. It'd be foolish to eat all that cake - you'd probably get sick. 吃掉整块蛋糕实在太蠢了--你可能会觉得不舒。 会话记忆 A: So did you get in touch with your brother? 联络到你弟弟了吗? B: No, not yet. I'm really worried. 还没有,我好担心。 A: Well, it'd be foolish to call the police. He probably just went away overnight. 报警太蠢了吧,他大概只是在那里过夜而已。 B: Maybe you're right. But I'm still worried. 或许你是对的。不过我还是担心 /200705/13458

16. Get involved in... 被卷入······ 用法透视 这个句型可以用来表示某人"与......有牵连;卷入......",也可以说"be involved in... "。 持范例 1. I got involved in the trouble. 我被卷入麻烦之中。 2. He was involved in a lawsuit because of his heedless remarks. 他因冒失的言论而卷入一场官司。 3. We're all involved in it, whether we like it or not. 不管我们愿意不愿意,我们都卷进去了。 会话记忆 A: I'll never ever work together with him! 我绝不再跟他共事! B: What happened? Quarrel again? 怎么了?又吵架了? A: Will you take my materials back from him for me? Please! 你能帮我把材料从他那儿拿回来吗?拜托! B: Don't ask me. I don't wanna be involved in your quarrel. 别问我,我可不想卷进你们的争吵当中 /200705/13095

Well, by the time I ran for president nine years later, the same expert who said that we had the worst schools in America said that our state was one of the two most improved states in America. And thats because of those standards that Hillary developed.9年后当我开始竞选总统时,当时说我们州的学校在美国最差的那位专家说,我们州的教育体制是美国最完善的两个州之一。而这多亏了希拉里提出的那些标准。Now two years later, Hillary told me about a preschool program developed in Israel called HIPPY, Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters.两年后,希拉里跟我说了一个以色列的学前教育项目,叫做HIPPY(“学龄前儿童家庭教育项目”Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters)。The idea was to teach low-income parents, even those that couldnt , to be their childrens first teachers.它的理念是教那些低收入的家长成为其子女的第一位老师,哪怕是这些家长不识字。She said she thought it would work in Arkansas. I said thats great, what are we going to do about it? She said, oh, I aly did it.她说她认为这项目在阿肯色应该能行。我说,太棒了,那我们要做点啥呢?她说,哦,我已经做完了。I called the woman who started the program in Israel, shell be here in about 10 days and help us get started.我已经和在以色列发起这个项目的女士通了电话,10天后她就到了,然后帮我们启动“项目”。Next thing you know Im being dragged around to all these little preschool graduations.接下来发生的事就是:我就被拽着到处去参加这种小型的“家长”学前教育毕业仪式了。Keep in mind, this was before any state even had universal kindergarten and Im being dragged to preschool graduations watching these poor parents with tears in their eyes because they never thought theyd be able to help their kids learn.要知道,当时别的州连全民公共幼儿园都没有,而我却已经被拽去参加学前教育的毕业典礼了,那些穷困的家长们满眼泪花,因为他们从没想过自己也能帮助孩子学习。Now 20 years of research has shown how well this program works to improve iness for school and academic achievement.如今,对这项目20多年的调研显示,它有效地帮助孩子们做好了上学并获取学术成就的准备。There are a lot of young adults in America who have no idea Hillary had anything to do with it who are enjoying better lives because they were in that program. She did all this while being a full-time worker, a mother and enjoying our life.很多美国的年轻人对希拉里与这个项目的关系一无所知,但他们却因曾参加过这个项目而过上了更好的生活。她一边做着当母亲的全职工作,一边享受了生活,同时还完成了这一切。Why? Well, shes insatiably curious, shes a natural leader, shes a good organizer, and shes the best darn change-maker I ever met in my entire life.为什么呢?因为她有无限的好奇心,她是个天生的领导者、优秀的组织者,而她也是我此生见过的最好的变革者。So...Look, this is a really important point. This is a really important point for you to take out of this convention.你看这是非常重要的一点。这是你们要从这次大会上领悟到的很重要的一点。If you believe in making change from the bottom up, if you believe the measure of change is how many peoples lives are better, you know its hard and some people think its boring.如果你相信变革要从底层开始,如果你相信变革的衡量标尺是有多少人的人生变得更好,那你就知道这会很难,而且有些人会觉得很无聊。Speeches like this are fun. Actually doing the work is hard. So people say, well, we need to change. Shes been around a long time, she sure has, and shes sure been worth every single year shes put into making peoples lives better.说起来容易。但实际做起来就很难了。所以人们会说,好吧,我们需要改变。而她一直都在,她一直都在做,她致力于改善人们生活的每一年都是值得的。201612/480392

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