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第20课What''s for breakfast? 早餐有些什么?20.早餐用语 68、What''s for breakfast? 早餐有些什么? What would you like to have for breakfast?你餐 eggs,pancakes薄烤饼,waffles华夫饼干,emlets(鸡蛋啦,饼啦,蛋卷啦等等的),toast土司(面包)scrambled eggs炒鸡蛋,over easy,sunny-side up,bacon咸肉, 69、What do you want to have for breakfast?   你早餐想吃什么? 70、Would you like some coffee, juice or milk?   你想喝咖啡、果汁或者牛奶? 21.办公室“厚黑”22.帮个忙吧!23.酒吧时光24.牢骚满腹25.依依惜别26.睡的好吗?27.约会前奏曲28.婉言相拒29.正话反说30.美餐之后 相关专题:洋话连篇视频教学 /200601/2927。

Thank you. Thank you very much, Mike, thank you for the introduction, but – more than that – for your service to our country, and our partnership during the four years I served as Secretary of State. What happens in Vladivostok stays in Vladivostok.I am delighted to be back here at Stanford. And I will never forget the day that we first brought Chelsea here. I brought her to visit when she was thinking about schools, but I knew as soon as she saw Stanford that this is where, if she were fortunate enough to be admitted, she would certainly choose to come. And, of course, I remember when Bill and I brought her here to begin her freshman year, and then the dinner for parents that Mike was referring to. So its a great treat to be back.And now that my daughter is a mother herself – you can imagine – theres aly talk, at least among one or two members of our family, since her husband is also an alum of Stanford, about how good Charlotte would look one day in Cardinal red.I am delighted to be here with some very distinguished guests. Secretary Shultz, Secretary Perry, thank you both for being here with us. Lanny, thank you. Marcos, thank you, and others. Its really a great treat for me to be not only at the university, but at this particular institute as well. You have really made Stanford a center for national security scholarship, and that is the principal reason why I am here today.Yesterdays attack in Brussels was the latest brutal reminder that our fight against ISIS and radical jihadist terrorism is far from finished.More than 30 innocent people are dead – men and women, hurrying to catch a plane, or waiting for a train, or meeting a loved one. Hundreds more are wounded, including three Mormon missionaries from Utah; a U.S. Air Force officer, his wife and four children; and other Americans.Its understandable that Americans here at home are worried. The threat we face from terrorism is real, its urgent, and it knows no boundaries. Even as Brussels grieves, the memories of Paris and San Bernardino are painfully fresh as well. On Saturday, a bombing in Istanbul killed four people, including two U.S.-Israeli dual citizens. Many other places have been targeted by terrorists in the past year alone. Hotels in West Africa. Beaches in Tunisia. A market in Lebanon. A Russian passenger jet in the Sinai.ISIS is attempting a genocide of religious and ethnic minorities. It beheads civilians. It enslaves, tortures, and rapes women and girls.Walls will not protect us from this threat. We cannot contain ISIS – we must defeat ISIS.This will be one of the most important challenges facing the next president, who takes office on January 20. Our new commander in chief will walk into the Oval Office and find a world of hard choices and complex problems. That president will sit down at that desk and start making decisions that will affect the lives – and livelihoods – of every American, and people around the world.So, the stakes could not be higher.Today, I want to emphasize three points.First, we face an adversary that is constantly adapting and operating across multiple theaters, so our response must be just as nimble and far-reaching.Second, to defeat this transnational threat, we need to reinforce the alliances that have been core pillars of American power for decades.And third, we need to rely on what actually works – not bluster that alienates our partners and doesnt make us any safer.Lets begin by being clear about what we are facing: ISIS controls a shrinking but still sizeable territory in Iraq and Syria. It leads a far-flung network that includes affiliates across the Middle East and North Africa, and cells in Europe, Asia, and even here in North America. Its also part of a broader ideological movement that includes other terrorist groups.We need to do battle on all these fronts.Last year, in speeches in New York and Minneapolis, I laid out a three-part plan to defeat ISIS in the Middle East, around the world, and here at home. Recent events have only reinforced the urgency of this mission.First, we do have to take out ISIS stronghold in Iraq and Syria.We should intensify the coalition air campaign against its fighters, leaders, and infrastructure; step up support for local Arab and Kurdish forces on the ground and coalition efforts to protect civilians; and pursue a diplomatic strategy aimed at achieving political resolutions to Syrias civil war and Iraqs sectarian divide.Second, we must dismantle the global network of terror that supplies money, arms, propaganda, and fighters. This means targeted efforts to deal with ISIS affiliates, from Libya to Afghanistan. It means going after the key enablers who facilitate illicit financial transactions and help jihadists arrange travel, forge documents, and evade detection. And it means waging online battles with extremists to discredit their ideology, expose their lies, and counter their appeals to potential recruits in the West and around the world.Third, we must harden our defenses and build our resilience here at home. We need to counter each step in the process that can lead to an attack, deterring would-be terrorists and discovering and disrupting plots before theyre carried out.201603/433994。

VOA流行美语 99: sleep in / slacker这是星期六,Li Hua一大早就到Larry 的宿舍叫他一块儿去跑步。 在今天的谈话中,Li Hua会学到两个常用语:sleep in和slacker。LL: come in!LH: 哎呀,Larry, 你怎么还没起床啊,都八点半啦!LL: Li Hua, it's Saturday, I want to sleep in for once. What's so important that you have to wake me up?LH: 哎哟,你不是说今天早上一起去跑步吗?还问我什么事情那么重要,把你叫醒了,你真健忘。嗨,你说你想 "sleep in" 那是什么意思呀?LL: Ok, now pay attention. "Sleep in" is a very, very important term to me. "Sleep in" means to sleep later than usual.LH: 噢,sleep in 意思就是“比平时起得晚”,那不就是“睡懒觉”吗?你真懒,怪不得sleep in这个短语对你来说 "very, very important".LL: Hey, sleeping in once in a while does not make a person lazy.LH: 这话也有道理,偶尔睡个懒觉也不见得就是懒惰,其实我有的时候也喜欢早上多睡会儿。LL:Li Hua, why didn't you sleep in this morning? It's Saturday!LH:这个星期每天我都忙得要命,根本没时间锻炼,所以才想早上起来跑步啊!LL: Sleep is important, too, Li Hua. You should have slept in and run later.LH: 要早知道你想睡懒觉,我也不用起那么早了。 今天中午我睡个午觉。这样就可以补过来早上没有sleep in 的损失喽!LL :That sounds like a good idea. Now, can I go back to sleep?LH:跟你说了那么多话,你还想睡觉啊!起来,起来,跟我一起去跑步。LL: All right. I guess I'm awake now anyway. Wait for me, I'll be y to go in a minute.******LL:Li Hua, why don't we stop at Starbucks and have a coffee!LH: Larry, 跑了那么几分钟,你就想到星巴克喝咖啡!你可真懒。LL: Come on! I'm not a slacker. I'm just a little tired because somebody didn't let me sleep in this morning.LH: 对,是我把你叫醒的。可是你没睡懒觉也不至于就累成这样啊!你不是个"slacker", 我连 "slacker" 是什么都还不知道呢!LL: A slacker is someone who "slacks off" or very lazy.LH: 噢,我想起来了,Michael以前就给我解释过slack off这个短语,意思是“松懈、懒散”,那 slacker就是“喜欢偷懒、特别懒散的人”喽!LL: You got it. For example: a student who doesn't do his homework and is always late for class is a slacker.LH: 一个上课老迟到、老不做作业的学生就是个slacker。 哎,Larry, 我们认识的人里,谁是slacker 啊?LL: You know that guy in our history class who always sleeps through class and never s his textbook? He is a slacker.LH: 对对对,历史课上那个家伙一上课就睡觉,课本也从来不看,绝对是个slacker。 哎,Larry, 昨天饭馆里那个女务员也是个slacker吧?LL: Ah, she was such a slacker! She was so slow that it took nearly an hour to get our food. I thought I was going to starve to death.LH: 别说你了,让我们等了快一个小时,我都要饿死了。嘿,Larry, 你看,我们还有不到2百米就要到头了,快跑啊!LL: Can't we walk the rest of the way?LH: 你想走? 不行不行,我们要坚持跑到终点 - Don't be a slacker, Larry!LL: Stop calling me that! Next weekend, I'm going to wake you up at 6 a.m. to go running and then we'll see who is the slacker!LH: 什么?你下星期六早上6点钟叫我起来跑步啊?我可不干,下星期六我要睡懒觉- I'm going to sleep in!今天李华从Larry那儿学到两个常用语。一个是sleep in, 意思是“睡懒觉”。李华学到的另一个常用语是slacker, 是指“喜欢偷懒的人”。 /200602/3174。

Hi, everybody. On the first day of my administration, I promised to restore science to its rightful place.大家好。在我就职的第一天,我承诺重建科学的重要地位。I told you we would unleash American innovation and technology to tackle the health challenges of our time.我告诉你们,我们将释放美国人民的创新精神和让科学技术来处理我们时代的健康挑战。Over the last eight years, weve delivered on that promise in many ways, both big and small在过去的8年里,我们用各种方式来实现这样的承诺,不管大的还是小的including, of course, providing health coverage to 20 million more Americans, and making health care more affordable for all Americans.包括,当然,为2000万多的人们提供了医保覆盖,并让人们更能负担得起医疗保险。Right now we have the chance to put our best minds to work one more time -- and in a big way.当下,我们有机会用我们最好的想法,让其再一次起到作用--在一个更大的方面。Theres a bill in Congress that could help unlock cures Alzheimers, end cancer as we know it,国会有一个法案能够治疗阿尔茨海默氏症,治愈我们已经了解的癌症,and help people seeking treatment for opioid addiction finally get the help they need.帮助人们找到阿片成瘾的治疗方案,并最终找到他们需要的帮助。Its called the 21st Century Cures Act.这就是21世纪治愈法案。Its an opportunity to save lives, and an opportunity we just cant miss.这是一个拯救生命的机遇,而且是我们不能错过的机遇。This bill would do a lot of good things at once. Let me tell you about five of them:这一法案将一次性完成很多有利的事情。让我告诉你其中的五点内容:First, it will make real investments this year to combat the heroin and prescription drug epidemic thats plaguing so many of our communities.第一,这将在今年带来实质性投资,来战胜海洛因和处方药方面的流行病,这困扰着很多我们的社区。201612/484306。

Happy International Womens Day! I join you in celebrating the extraordinary achievements of women in Australia and around the world. Critical to any economy and society is ensuring that the ingenuity, the wisdom and the talents of all our people are used, to their full potential, in our schools, in our workplaces and in the innovative industries of the future. Women hold up half of the sky, they are half of our community. They must be as empowered as every other citizen, as every other person, ensuring that the power of women is engaged their rich human capital, increasing their participation in the workforce. All of these is critical to securing the economic future of any nation. And it is vital that women have financial security and physical security that they can live free from violence. This International Womens Day, UN Women Australia is focusing on the need to eliminate violence against women and girls. One in three women will experience violence in their lifetime. This is utterly unacceptable. It has to stop. And we need significant cultural change. We have to recognize that at the heart of violence against women and girls is disrespect of women. Not all disrespect of women leads to violence, but that is where all violence begins. So, at the heart of this cultural change is respect for women, equality of opportunity. By working together, we can ensure women have the opportunity to contribute all of their talents and capabilities, have full financial and economic security, and live free from violence.201603/432134。

即学即用英语会话词典E部分:客房务进入《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 /200708/16386。