原标题: 宁德检查阳痿的医院泡泡卫生
中级英语口语闪电速成[1] /200701/10237中级英语口语闪电速成[44] /200703/11103

Fifteen years ago, a September day that began like any other became one of the darkest in our nations history. The Twin Towers were reduced to rubble. The Pentagon was in flames. A Pennsylvania field burned with the wreckage of an airplane. And nearly 3,000 innocent lives were lost. Sons and daughters, husbands and wives, neighbors and colleagues and friends. They were from all walks of life, all races and religions, all colors and creeds, from across America and around the world. This weekend, we honor their memory once more. We stand with the survivors who still bear the scars of that day. We thank the first responders who risked everything to save others. And we salute a generation of Americans – our men and women in uniform, diplomats and our intelligence, homeland security and law enforcement professionals – who serve, and in some cases, have given their lives, to help keep us safe. A lot has changed over these past 15 years. Weve delivered devastating blows to the al Qaeda leaders that attacked us on 9/11. We delivered justice to Osama bin Laden. Weve strengthened our homeland security. Weve prevented attacks. Weve saved lives. At the same time, the terrorist threat has evolved, as weve seen so tragically from Boston to Chattanooga, from San Bernardino to Orlando. So in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and beyond, well stay relentless against terrorists like al-Qaeda and ISIL. We will destroy them. And well keep doing everything in our power to protect our homeland. As we reflect on these past 15 years, its also important to remember what has not changed – the core values that define us as Americans; the resilience that sustains us. After all, terrorists will never be able to defeat the ed States. Their only hope is to terrorize us into changing who we are or our way of life. Thats why we Americans will never give in to fear. And its why this weekend we remember the true spirit of 9/11. Were still the America of heroes who ran into harms way; of ordinary folks who took down the hijackers; of families who turned their pain into hope. We are still the America that looks out for one another, bound by our shared belief that I am my brothers keeper, I am my sisters keeper. In the face of terrorism, how we respond matters. We cannot give in to those who would divide us. We cannot react in ways that erode the fabric of our society. Because its our diversity, our welcoming of all talent, our treating of everybody fairly – no matter their race, gender, ethnicity, or faith – thats part of what makes our country great. Its what makes us resilient. And if we stay true to those values, well uphold the legacy of those weve lost, and keep our nation strong and free. God bless you, and God bless the ed States of America.201609/465796

My 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。201706/514745My fellow Americans, This weekend, I begin my first trip overseas as President – a trip with historic significance for the American people. I will be visiting with the leaders in many different countries to strengthen our old friendships, build new partnerships, and unite the civilized world in a fight against terrorism. In that spirit of unity, I will travel to lands associated with three of the worlds great religions. My first stop will be Saudi Arabia – the heart of the Muslim World. There, I will address a historic gathering of the leaders of more than 50 Muslim nations. I will represent the views of the American people frankly and clearly. Many of these leaders have expressed growing concern about terrorism, the sp of radicalization, and Irans role in funding both. Now, it appears Muslim leaders are y to take more responsibility and a much bigger role in fighting terrorism in their region. Its about time we do it, well do it together, but it has to be done. America cannot solve all of the worlds problems, but we can – and we must – help any nation willing to join in the common cause of eradicating terrorism from the face of the earth. Next, Ill travel to the ancient city of Jerusalem to talk with my good friend, Prime Minister Netanyahu, about bringing peace and prosperity to both our nations. Israel is an important American ally, but in recent years we havent always treated them that way. Its time to renew our friendship. While Im there, Ill also meet with President Abbas of the Palestinian Authority in Bethlehem to discuss ways to advance peace between Israel and the Palestinians. From there, Ill head to the Vatican, where I will have the great honor of an audience with Pope Francis. I look forward to speaking with the Pope about how Christian teachings can help put the world on a path to justice, freedom, and peace. I will also meet with friends and allies in Europe at a gathering of NATO in Brussels and at the G-7 Summit in Italy. Finally, I will close my trip by saying thank you to some of the courageous men and women of the ed State Military serving their nation overseas. In my Inaugural Address, I pledged to strengthen Americas oldest friendships, to seek new partners in pursuit of peace, and above all – to always put American people first. I also pledged that our partners must show that theyre partners, they must show that theyre friends, and they must contribute financially to the tremendous cost – the money that were spending – is so big; its so much; and its not fair for our nation. They have to help and Im sure they will. The fact is that Im very excited about new possibilities for peace and prosperity – and I hope you are, too. Thank you, God bless you, and God bless America.201705/511867VOA流行美语 142: gooey/retroLarry和李华正走在公园里,两人准备穿过公园到地铁站去。今天李华会学到两个常用语:gooey和retro.LL: Oh no! I just stepped in something gooey! Gross!LH: 怎么啦!Larry!你踩到什么啦?gooey是什么?该不是鸟粪吧?LL: Something that is gooey is sticky and wet like glue or chewing gum. As a matter of fact, I think that the gooey thing I stepped in is actually chewing gum.LH: 呃,你踩到口香糖啦!口香糖又湿又黏的,真是够恶心的!原来gooey就是指这种东西。我最讨厌那些人把吃过的口香糖随便吐在地上。真没有公德。LL: I hate it, too, especially because gooey things like chewing gum are really hard to clean up. Now, I'm going to have to walk around with a gooey pink spot on the bottom of my shoe.LH: 就是啊。这些黏呼呼的口香糖一旦沾上了,是很难洗掉的。也许你可以等到晚上口香糖干掉后,可能会比较容易从鞋底掰下来。LL: That's a good idea. I'll try and peel it off later tonight.LH: Laryy, 你就别再发火了。想一想,口香糖沾上鞋底,总比沾上头发要好一些吧?LL: I can imagine. Has that ever happened to you?LH: 嗯,是有那么一次。我还在念小学的时候,班上的一个男孩把一瓶胶水倒在我头上,黏呼呼的胶水把我头发全沾上了。我妈妈花了好几个小时才把我的头发洗干净呢!LL: That's awful! You must have been so upset!LH: 就是啊!我哭了好久。第二天我也拿了一大罐黏稠的水倒在那个男孩的衣上作为报复。谁要他先倒胶水在我头发上!LL: That's terrible, Li Hua!LH: 我也知道这样做是不对的。可是你知道吗?那个男孩再也没敢欺负我了!******LH: Larry, 我喜欢你这双新鞋。真好看!LL: Thanks! I bought them to replace the shoes that were all gooey from the gum I stepped in. I liked these because they are kind of retro.LH: Retro? 那是什么意思啊?LL: Retro means similar to something from the past. These shoes are retro because they look like the shoes people used to wear in the 1950s.LH: 噢,retro是指那些与过去流行的东西很类似,那不就是“仿古”的意思吗?我也注意到,一些仿古的衣或饰品通常都有特殊的风格。LL: Yeah, some people even go to special stores to buy actual vintage clothes that are twenty or thirty years old.LH: 哇!到特殊的商店去买二,三十年前的衣啊!我虽然喜欢仿古风味的衣,可是我还真不明白为什么有人会花钱买一件20年前的旧衣。LL: I don't understand it, either. I prefer to buy a new shirt that looks old-fashioned instead of one that actually is old.LH: 当然了!我也宁可买式样是仿古的新衣。我才不要花大钱去买那些古董衣呢。LL: Some car manufacturers are making retro cars now, too. Chrysler makes a couple of cars that look like cars from the 1940s.LH: 对,我也见过克莱斯勒出的那种汽车。式样象四十年代的车。真的很酷!LL: Yeah, I like them too, but in this case, I actually prefer real vintage cars. A retro new car just isn't the same as a real classic car.LH: 你宁可买几十年前的老车呀?式样仿古的新车跟老车有什么不一样哪?是结构,还是材料不一样?LL: It's hard to explain, but sometimes nothing compares to the real thing.LH:衣嘛要买老款式的新衣。汽车嘛要买真正的老车。Larry,你真怪!今天李华学到两个常用语。第一个是gooey,是形容那种湿乎乎,又很黏的东西。另一个常用语是retro,就是仿古,或复古的意思。 /200602/3362

即学即用英语会话词典D部分:驳斥进入《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 /200707/15651My fellow Americans, This week, in the company of astronauts, I was honored to sign the NASA Transition Authorization Act right into law. With this legislation, we renew our national commitment to NASAs mission of exploration and discovery. And we continue a tradition that is as old as mankind. We look to the heavens with wonder and curiosity. More than two decades ago, one scientist followed his curiosity and dramatically changed our understanding of the universe. The year was 1995. Taxpayers were spending billions and billions of dollars on NASAs Hubble Space Telescope. The astronomer in charge had a novel idea. He wanted to use the expensive telescope in a totally unconventional way. Instead of pointing Hubbles eye at nearby stars or distant formations, Robert Williams wanted to peer into the void. He aimed the massive telescope at one of the emptiest regions of the night sky. For ten days during Christmas of 1995, Hubble stared into the abyss – seeking whatever light it could glean from the darkness. And it was total darkness. Fellow astronomers didnt know if hed see much of anything. But Williams was rewarded – and the entire world was struck by the awesome images our satellite returned. In that tiny patch of sky, the Hubble Deep Field showed thousands of lights. Each brilliant spot represented not a single star but an entire galaxy. The discovery was absolutely incredible. But the unforgettable image did not satisfy our deep hunger for knowledge. It increased evermore and even more and reminded us how much we do not know about space; frankly, how much we do not know about life. With this weeks NASA reauthorization, we continue progress on Hubbles successor, the James Webb Space Telescope. It is amazing. The Webb Telescope is set to launch next year. It will gaze back through time and space to the very first stars and the earliest galaxies in the universe. We can only imagine what incredible visions it will bring. At a time when Washington is consumed with the daily debates of our Nation, I was proud that Congress came together overwhelmingly to reaffirm our Nations commitment to expanding the frontiers of knowledge. NASAs greatest discoveries teach us many, many things. One lesson is the need to view old questions with fresh eyes. To have the courage to look for answers in places we have never looked before. To think in new ways because we have new information. Most of all, new discoveries remind us that, in America, anything is possible if we have the courage and wisdom to learn. In the span of one lifetime, our Nation went from black and white pictures of the first airplanes, to beautiful images of the oldest galaxies, captured by a camera in outer space. I am confident that if Americans can achieve these things, there is no problem we cannot solve. There is no challenge we cannot meet. There is no aim that is too high. Whatever it takes and however long it will be, we are a Nation of problem solvers – and the future belongs to us. We are truly a great place to be. I love America.201704/503104

美国习惯用语-第68讲:to kick up one's heelsto kick off 大家大概都看到过一匹年轻的俊马在宽阔的草原上兴高烈地奔跑的情景吧!这是一幅很美丽的图象,马的前腿往前伸展,后腿很有节奏地往上踢。美国有一个俗语就是建筑在这一形像之上的。这个俗语就是:to kick up one's heels。To kick up one's heels,从字面上来解释就是:把后脚往上踢。但是,实际上to kick up one's heels是用来形容人们到外面去寻欢作乐,就像马在草原上奔跑一样。比如说,有两个人在办公室里说话,其中之一说: 例句-1: "How about coming out with us Wednesday night? We're all going to take Bill Glover out to dinner. Then later we'll drop into a few night spots. It's Bill's last chance to kick up his heels, you know--he's getting married the next morning." 这人说:“星期三晚上跟我们一起出去玩,怎么样?我们大家一起请比尔格洛弗出去吃晚饭。然后,我们再到几个像夜总会那样的地方去玩。这是比尔到外面去寻欢作乐的最后一次机会了,你知道,他第二天上午就要结婚了。” To kick up one's heels并不一定是年轻人的事,上了年纪的人有时也想到外面去轻松轻松。下面的例子就很能说明问题: 例句-2: "My mother and dad are over sixty, but they still like to go out once in a while to have dinner and do a little dancing and kick up their heels. Of course, they go home a lot earlier than they used to." 这个人说:“我的爸爸和妈妈已经六十多了,但是他们有时还是喜欢到外面去吃晚饭、跳跳舞,高兴高兴。当然罗,他们现在回家的时间要比以前早多了。” 下面我们还要给大家介绍一个和kick这个字有关的美国俗语。这个俗语是:to kick off。To kick off的意思是一项活动,或一个计划的开始。To kick off原来是用在足球比赛的。每次比赛开始都是由一个球队把球踢到对方球队去。可是现在这个俗语几乎可以用在任何方面,意思是:开始。美国人经常用to kick off来表示竞选活动的开始。有时,你可以从电台上听到这样的报道: 例句-3: "Last night Michael Smith kicked off his campaign for the U.S. Senate with a speech here promising lower taxes and a bigger budget for schools and more help to the farmers." 这则消息说:“昨晚,迈克尔斯密斯在这儿发表讲话,作为他竞选美国参议员竞选活动的开始。他在讲话中向选民们保降低税收,增加学校经费,并给予农民更多的帮助。” 下面这个例子是学生在准备他的暑期活动。他说: 例句-4: "Now that my exams are all finished, I'm going to kick off the summer vacation by going down to Ocean City for a week to get some sun, some surf and a chance to look at the girls." 这个学生说:“现在考试已经全部结束,我要先到欧欣城去玩一个星期,去晒晒太阳,在海上玩冲浪,还可以看看那里的姑娘们。这就作为我暑假的开始。” 我们现在来复习一下今天讲的两个美国人经常用的俗语。第一个是:to kick up one's heels。To kick up one's heels是指到外面去寻欢作乐,高兴高兴。我们今天讲的第二个俗语是:to kick off。To kick off是指开始一项活动,或一个计划。 /200601/3023For how many people are there in London today who realise that my “co-partner,” as you wittily dub her, is none other than Hermione Baddeley, and by the way, she wants me to thank you for the facsimile letter you sent her, and say that she is getting on in years and feeble, and is not able to attend to her correspondence as she would wish, and so she cannot answer your letter personally.伦敦现在还有多少人会意识到我的“合作伙伴”是赫敏·巴德利,用“合作伙伴”这个词你也真是幽默。另外她让我感谢你寄给她复印版的信,她说她最近几年身体不太好,不能时常处理信件,所以不能亲自给你回信。An awful thought has dawned.我有一个可怕的想法。It is all a joke, and you arent really my friend at all.这一切都是玩笑,其实你根本不是我的朋友。I must try to dismiss this thought.我必须试着抹去这个想法。It depresses me.这让我沮丧。To lose a friend like you in a few words, oh no.三言两句之间就失去了你这样一个朋友,不要。So, dear anonymous friend, if this should chance to meet your eye, please keep your promise and come round one night--yes, and bring your friends, too, for I know intuitively that your friends will be my friends.所以,亲爱的朋友,如果你有机会看到这封信,请务必遵守诺言,晚上来看我们的演出,还有,带上你的朋友,因为直觉告诉我,你的朋友也会成为我的朋友的。Cordially yours,谨上,Hermione Gingold赫敏·金戈尔德P.S. If you wish to strike at me with your wrath in my home, I am always in between ten-thirty and twelve in the morning, excluding Tuesday, which is a bad day, as a lot of tiresome tradespeople call for the same reason.另外,如果你想在我家愤怒地攻击我,我一般上午10点半到12点之间在家,除了周二,周二有很多烦人的推销电话。You will easily recognize my apartment, for, apart from the number “85” marked in plain figures on the door, over the knocker there is a notice, ;strike twice and wait, bell out of order.”你可以很容易认出我的公寓,门上有朴素的数字“85”,门环上有个告示写着:“敲两次后等着,门铃坏了。”201705/510205第3课 I will treat you.我请客。3.请客吃饭 9、I will treat you . 我请客。 (It''s my treat.我请你吃饭。) You treat me.你请我。 Who''s treating?谁请客? Who''s gonna treat?谁请客? 10、What are you in the mood for? 你想吃什么?(mood 心情,情绪) be in the mood for...你现在想吃什么? Are you in the mood for a movie?你想看场电影吗? Are you in the mood for dancing/shopping/smoking?你想去跳舞/购物/抽烟吗? 11、Who''s gonna drive?  谁来开车? (美国口语gonna going to ,wanna want to)   Who''s driving? 相关专题:洋话连篇视频教学 /200601/2910

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