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2019年08月21日 12:38:33 | 作者:咨询热点 | 来源:新华社
【注意:如果视频不清晰,有白色模糊部分,刷新页面重新播放即可】 /200703/11572Hi, everyone, Ive had the honour of spending the last fifteen years working with young people who are building meaningful projects in communities from coast to coast to coast. As Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister for Youth, Ive been able to take that engagement to a new level and see firsthand the incredible work being done by Canadians all across the country. But were always looking to learn more and always looking to listen, and thats why we want you to share why youre not just leaders of tomorrow, but leaders of today. Tell us your stories, keep up your incredible work, and happy International Youth Day.201608/461509中级英语口语闪电速成[9] /200702/10578

【中文这样说】牛排比较嫩。【英文对比翻译】Chinese Style: This steak is soft.American Style:This steak is tender. /200604/6382

即学即用英语会话词典A部分:订计划即学即用英语会话词典文本下载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 /200706/14864

Ladies and gentlemen, I am most touched and, indeed, surprised, that the Evening Standard should have decided to give me the award of Londoner of the Decade. I have to confess I am not entirely sure whether to be pleased or alarmed. Perhaps I am losing my touch when such eminent newspapers start giving me achievement awards! So, I set to wondering what this achievement might have been? As I suppose I have spent most of my life trying to propose and initiate things that very few people could see the point of or, frankly, thought were plain bonkers at the time, perhaps some of them are now beginning to recognize a spot of pioneering in all this apparent madness? All forms of pioneering have moments that make you hold your breath and cross your fingers. There is a good chance it could all go horribly wrong and theres a fine line between the success of a good, original idea and a complete disaster. If it fails, it fails, but at least you had a go – and I could always say one of my plants told me to do it! Starting my Duchy Originals food company twenty-five years ago was a case in point. When we launched the first organic oat biscuit there were tabloid headlines saying ;A shop-soiled Royal.; People now tend to understand the point of, and enjoy, the organic food they once thought of as bonkers twenty-five years ago – and, through Duchy Originals, I have so far given away more than #163;14 million to charitable causes. In 1976, I set up The Princes Trust amidst social unrest and high levels of youth unemployment, and in 1983, we launched a business start-up plan. Again, people thought Id gone mad – more mad – to try and give grants to ex-offenders and other disadvantaged young people. But, since then, The Princes Trust has supported over 825,000 of those vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to overcome their challenges, move into education or work or their own enterprises – thereby, saving the public purse #163;1.4 billion in the process. And in London itself, I am incredibly proud of the team which, last year alone, helped some 5,000 young people to defeat unimaginable personal odds by offering them training or helping them start their own businesses or learn new skills. Ladies and gentlemen, these are all characters who other people had for some reason simply written off as unlikely to amount to anything. Well, I remain absolutely adamant that everyone can amount to something provided they are given help building vital personal traits such as self-confidence and self-esteem. When it comes to pioneering, I would very much like to thank the Standard for recognizing the work of my Foundation for Building Community. I am afraid the headlines of some publications have not always reflected what I actually think – and what I actually say – about the way we plan and design urban environments. In fact, what I think is pretty straightforward. The point is simply this, that I believe it pays enormous social and environmental dividends if you go to the trouble of involving local people, with the right professional facilitators, in the design of the places where they live. And this is precisely what my Foundation has been doing, so far involving around 8,000 people in the design of over one hundred projects. Its also trained a generation of architects, master-planners and ;placemakers; and worked on a huge array of projects that range in scale from new towns and university campuses to individual buildings like the recently opened Alder Hey Childrens Hospital – many of these projects, by the way, create hundreds if not thousands of jobs in the process. Understanding what people would prefer to live amongst; caring as much about the public spaces as the private ones; creating human-scale places where there are no ;zones; is a critical component in a very urgent issue. By 2050, Londons population is set to balloon from 8.5 million to as many as 11 million, but we do have to think now about how best we manage that growth – not only how we house many more people, but how we design urban environments that enable communities to thrive. Hence, my Foundations emphasis on building mid-rise mansion blocks – and on rediscovering the timeless value of squares and terraces. The most successful Communities mix the private with affordable housing; enclose green spaces within squares and communal gardens; provide good-quality housing integrated with walkable, mixed-use neighbourhoods; good public transport and an identity that fosters pride and a sense of belonging. It is these qualities, ladies and gentlemen, which attract so many people to London and, time and again, this is the sort of development that various surveys reveal is what many people would prefer to see. A recent Ipsos MORI poll revealed that around sixty per cent of Londoners surveyed think that the trend towards skyscrapers has gone too far. So, ladies and gentlemen, on that note, I am enormously grateful to Sarah Sands and her team at the Evening Standard, for your kindness – perhaps rashness – in recognizing some of my seemingly rather rash, pioneering efforts from all those years ago. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen.201609/466002

The simplest example of this is in the polite request.最简单的例子出自于礼貌的要求If you express your request as a conditional -- ;if you could open the window, that would be great;倘若你用一个条件句表达请求:“您要是能开一下窗子就太好了,”even though the content is an imperative, the fact that youre not using the imperative voice尽管内容是祈使句,仅仅因为你没有用祈使语态means that youre not acting as if youre in a relationship of dominance,就显示出你并没有按照一种配的人际关系行事where you could presuppose the compliance of the other person.你并没有假设他人必须从On the other hand, you want the damn guacamole.可另一方面,你想要那个该死的鳄梨沙拉酱By expressing it as an if-then statement,用一个“如果—那么”巨型,you can get the message across without appearing to boss another person around.你把意思说清楚了,却不会让人觉得你在指使他And in a more subtle way, I think, this works for all of the veiled speech acts involving plausible deniability:我认为这样挺微妙,效果也不错,种种含蓄的言行保留了拒绝的可能:the bribes, threats, propositions, solicitations and so on.贿赂、威胁、提议、恳请等等One way of thinking about it is to imagine what it would be like有一种理解方式就是想象if language -- where it could only be used literally.当语言只能表达字面义And you can think of it in terms of a game-theoretic payoff matrix.你可以把它当作弈论中的得失矩阵来思考Put yourself in the position of the kidnapper wanting to bribe the officer.把你放在那个想贿赂警官的绑匪的位置上Theres a high stakes in the two possibilities of having a dishonest officer or an honest officer.全部的赌注都压在这两种可能性上:警官不老实或者他是老实人If you dont bribe the officer, then you will get a traffic ticket假如你不贿赂他,你得吃罚单or, as is the case of ;Fargo,; worse -- whether the honest officer is honest or dishonest.或者,就像《冰风血》中的情况一样,那更糟。不管那个警官到底老实不老实。Nothing ventured, nothing gained. In that case, the consequences are rather severe.爱拼才会赢。这种情况下,后果很严重On the other hand, if you extend the bribe, if the officer is dishonest, you get a huge payoff of going free.换一方面,你要是掏出钱来,如果警官吃贿赂,你全身而退,讨了个大巧。201702/493256

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