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4_05 I’d like to book a room. I’d like to book a room. 我要预订一个房间. I’d like to make a reservation.我要预订房间. I need it for tonight. 我今天晚上要住. I prefer twin beds. 我比较喜欢有两张床的房间. I’ll settle for a double.我可以勉强接受一张床双人床. Do you have any vacancies? 你们有没有空房间? What are your rates? 你们的房间价格是多少? What can you do for me? 你能帮个忙吗? Do you have a complimentary breakfast?你们有免费的早餐吗? /200706/14150。

Hi, everybody. This weekend, as we search for ways to bridge our differences, we look to the principles that are more enduring than politics. And some of the best examples are found in the men and women we saluted yesterday, and every day – our troops and veterans. It is the example of young Americans – our 9/11 Generation – who, as first responders ran into smoldering towers, ran to a recruiting center and signed up to serve. It is the example of a military that meets every mission, one united team, all looking out for one another, all getting each others backs. It is the example of the single most diverse institution in our country – soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and coastguardsmen who represent every corner of our country, every shade of humanity, immigrant and native-born, Christian, Muslim, Jew, and nonbeliever alike, all forged into common service. It is the example of veterans – patriots – who, when they take off their fatigues, put back on the camouflage of everyday life in America; who become our business partners and bosses, our teachers and coaches, our first responders and city council members and neighborhood role models, all still serving this country we love with the same sense of duty and valor. Our veterans dont always go around telling stories of their heroism. So it is up to us to ask, to listen, to tell those stories for them, and to live in our own lives the values for which they were prepared to give theirs. Its up to us to summon some of the courage and humility our veterans show, and to acknowledge that we can never serve them in quite the same they serve us. But we can try. We need to keep working to make sure they always get the care and benefits theyve earned. We can practice kindness. We can volunteer, serve, and respect one another. We can always get each others backs. And we can show how much we love our country by loving our neighbors as ourselves. To all of you who served and who still do: thank you. And have a great weekend, everybody.201611/479636。

美国习惯用语-第44讲:to get off on the wrong footto put one's foot in one's mouth 今天我们要给大家介绍两个由 foot 这个字组成的习惯用语。 Foot 在中文里就是“脚”的意思。由 foot 这个字形成的俗语在英文里也不少,它们的意思有的是正面的,例如:to put one's best foot forward。这是指尽量给人一个好的印象。那末,有的人一开始就给人一个坏印象是怎么说的呢? You should say: to get off on the wrong foot。 To get off on the wrong foot,这是指某人一开始就没给人一个好印象,或一开始由于某种行为而把事情弄糟了。下面这句话里说的这个人就是一个例子: 例句-1: "When Joe went to his new job, he got off on the wrong foot -- on the first morning he upset his new boss by arriving at the store two hours late. And right now he's out looking for a job again." 这个人说:“乔找到了一份新的工作,可是他刚开始到那家店里去上班时就给人一个坏印象。第一天上班他就晚到两个小时,让他的老板好不高兴。现在他又在找工作了。” To get off on the wrong foot 这个俗语实际上可以适用于任何情况。下面一个例子是一个男学生在说他交女朋友的情况: 例句-2: "I finally got a date with that new girl in class but I sure got off on the wrong foot with her: I had car trouble and got to her place almost two hours late." 他说:“那天我终于和班上新来的那个女同学约好了出去玩。可是,当天我的车出了问题,晚了两个小时才去接她,所以我一开头就把事弄糟了。” 有意无意做错事、说错话的情况是很经常的。下面我们要讲的一个俗语就是无意中说错了话而伤害了别人,或者叫自己很不好意思。这个俗语就是:to put your foot in your mouth。 我们来举个例子看看什么样的情况才 to put your foot in your mouth: 例句-3: "When Sally told that silly joke about the sailor with one leg she really put her foot in her mouth. She didn't know the man across the dinner table had a brother at home in a wheelchair." 这句话翻成中文就是:“沙莉吃晚饭时说了一个笑话,拿一个只有一条腿的水手开玩笑。她可不知道坐在饭桌对面那个人的哥哥就是个残废,行动都得靠轮椅。” Sally如果事后了解情况的话,她肯定会说: "Well, I certainly have put my foot in my mouth." 下面我们再来举一个例子: 例句-4: "I certainly put my foot in my mouth at the party last night when I asked Mister Brown to say hello to his wife for me. Somehow I'd forgotten that his wife died six months ago." 这人说:“我昨晚在那个聚会上无意中说错了话。我让布朗先生替我向他的太太问好。不知怎么回事,我忘了他太太已经在半年前去世了。” 今天我们给大家介绍了两个由 foot 这个字组成的习惯用语。第一个是 to get off on the wrong foot。 To get off on the wrong foot 是指一个人在做某件事的时候一开始就给人一个坏印象,或者一开始就把事弄糟了。我们今天介绍的第二个俗语就是 to put one's foot in one's mouth。这是指无意中说错了话而伤害了别人。 /200601/2999。

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。

Guys, we have an issue. Growth is fading away, and its a big deal.各位,我们遇到问题了。经济增长逐渐放缓,这可是个大问题。Our global economy stops growing. And its not new.全球经济停止增长。这已经不是什么新闻了。Growth has actually declined for the last 50 years.事实上,过去50年来增速一直在逐渐放缓。If we continue like this, we need to learn how to live in a world with no growth in the next decade.如果这一态势延续下去,我们就必须学习如何在无经济增长的情况下生存。This is scary because when the economy doesnt grow, our children dont get better lives.这听起来很恐怖,因为一旦经济发展停滞,我们的孩子就无法拥有更好的生活。Whats even scarier is that when the pie does not grow, each of us get a smaller piece.更加可怕的是一旦馅饼不再变大,每个人分到的份额就会更小,Were then y to fight for a bigger one. This creates tensions and serious conflicts. Growth matters a lot.要随时备战以争取更大的馅饼。形势就会紧张,出现严重的冲突。经济增长事关重大。If we look at the history of growth, times of big growth have always been fueled by big manufacturing revolutions.如果我们回顾经济增长史,就会发现高速增长往往都由大型工业革命带动。It happened three times, every 50-60 years.这在历史上一共发生了三次,每50到60年一次。The steam engine in the middle of the 19th century, the mass-production model in the beginning of the 20th century, thanks, Mr. Ford.它们分别是:19世纪中叶的蒸汽机,20世纪早期的大规模生产模型——这要感谢福特先生。And the first automation wave in the 1970s.和20世纪70年代的第一次自动化浪潮。Why did these manufacturing revolutions create huge growth in our economies?为什么这些工业革命会引发经济高速增长呢?Because they have injected huge productivity improvement.因为他们显著提高了生产效率。Its rather simple: in order to grow, you need to be producing more, putting more into our economy.这其实很简单:为了实现增长,人们需要生产更多的产品,为我们的经济投入更多的资源。This means either more labor or more capital or more productivity.这就意味着需要更多劳动力,更多资本或更高的生产力。Each time, productivity has been the growth lever.每次,生产力都是经济增长的杠杆因素。201703/497896。

英语会话800句 10 /200608/9078。

President Tusk, President Tajani, distinguished Parliamentarians, ladies and gentlemen, Good morning. It is a privilege to be here today. Im told that this marks the first address to the EU Parliament by a sitting Canadian Prime Minister, so thank you for allowing me this honour. As you know, I was in Brussels not too long ago to formally sign the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, and the Strategic Partnership Agreement. Alongside President Tusk, President Juncker, and Prime Minister Fico, we took an important step towards deepening our relationship and expanding free and progressive trade between Canada and the European Union. And yesterday, we took another huge step. One that was decades in the making. This year, we celebrate 41 years since the diplomatic mission of the European Commission was established in Ottawa, which noticeably happened under a different Prime Minister Trudeau. And over the course of our historic partnership, Canada and the EU have stood side-by-side on the things that matter. Things like maintaining global security, advancing the values of peace and justice, creating jobs for our people through trade and investment. Weve worked together on climate change, and on the rights of women and girls around the world. And, my friends, I am confident that we will achieve tremendous things together in the years to come – for the countries we represent, and, most importantly, for the people we serve. The European Union is a truly remarkable achievement, and an unprecedented model for peaceful cooperation. Canada knows that an effective European voice on the global stage isnt just preferable – its essential. We know that the EU is the worlds largest donor of development and humanitarian assistance, and that, together, your member states constitute one of the worlds largest economies. You are a vital player in addressing the challenges we collectively face as an international community. Indeed, the whole world benefits from a strong EU. On behalf of Canadians, thank you for your continued, respectful engagement with our country. Indeed, the Canada-EU relationship has become an exemplary demonstration of international collaboration. Id like to thank Canadas current Ambassador to the EU, Dan Costello, for his excellent service to our country. Dan has been tremendous in his ongoing support to our new Ambassador, the Honourable Stéphane Dion. Stéphane, a close friend and mentor, is a man who has long fought to create a better country for all Canadians. He will proudly represent Canada with courage and conviction in this next important chapter. Now, let me reiterate what a tremendous honour it is for me to represent Canada in this historic chamber today. Coming to Strasbourg, and addressing you, was an important priority for me because I understand and appreciate the nature of what we have here. I believe that the relationship between Canada and the EU is so resilient because it is centered on an important bedrock of common values – values that shape and define us; values that Canadians and Europeans share.201703/498120。

My fellow Americans, This week, I traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to lay a wreath at the grave of Andrew Jackson, on the 250th anniversary of his birth. Jackson was an American hero. First, as the brilliant general whose crushing defeat of the British at New Orleans saved our independence in the War of 1812. And later, as the seventh President of the ed States – when he fought to defend the forgotten men and women from the arrogant elite of his day. Does it sound familiar? The memory of his leadership lives on in our people, and his spirit points us to a better future. This week, I also traveled to the Willow Run plant in Michigan. At that facility during the Second World War, the Ford Motor Company built not cars, but entire airplanes. At one point, workers there produced a complete B-24 Liberator every single hour – hard to believe. Today, on that site is a new facility, where the cutting-edge cars of the future will be tested. And this week, the old plant was filled once again with thousands of workers and engineers. I was there to share the good news for the American auto industry. We announced well be reversing an 11th-hour executive action from the previous Administration that was threatening thousands of auto jobs in Michigan and across America. And I mean threatening – it was very, very sad to see. In fact, we are setting up a task force in every federal agency to identify any unnecessary regulation that is hurting American businesses and American jobs. The first two job reports of my administration show that weve aly added nearly half a million new jobs. The days of economic surrender for the ed States are over. For too long, special interests have made money shipping jobs overseas. We need a new economic model – lets call it the American Model. Under this model, we will lower the burden on American Business but, in exchange, they must hire and grow America and American jobs. This will be a win-win for our companies and for our workers. Lets buy American and hire American. Lets create jobs in America. Lets imagine new industries. And lets build a beautiful future together. Among the workers building B-24 bombers at the Willow Run plant during World War II was one tough lady. You might have heard of her: they called her Rosie the Riveter. And when Rosies country called her, she answered the call. Rosie was famous for her toughness and her strength – and for the words that were emblazoned above her famous image. It said very simply: ;We can do it.; If Americans unite, and find again within our nation the soul of Rosie and the spirit of Jackson – I have no doubt that we can do it, and do it like never before. Thank you. Enjoy your week.201704/501612。

For too long, American workers were forgotten by their government - and I mean totally forgotten.太长时间里,美国的员工被他们的政府遗忘了--我是说完全被遗忘了。Their interests were pushed aside for global projects,他们的利益因为全球性事宜被放在一边,and their wealth was taken from their communities and shipped across the world, all across the seas.他们的财富从社区中被掠走,被输送到世界,输送到五湖四海。My Administration has offered a new vision. The well-being of the American citizen and worker will be placed second to none - and boy do I mean second to none.我的政府已经提出了新的愿景。美国公民和员工的幸福生活将被放在首位--我是说男孩也会被放在首位。Since Day One I have been fighting for the hardworking people of this country自从第一天开始,我一直在为这个国家辛勤工作的人们而战and this week we took historic action to continue delivering on that promise.本周,我们采取了历史性行动,继续实现这样的承诺。We did so in one of the many proud industrial towns of our nation - Kenosha, Wisconsin这是在我们国家最骄傲的工业城之一威斯康辛的基诺沙进行的。with the men and women of Snap-On, who make American tools for workers around the world.参加活动的是实耐宝公司的员工,他们为世界各地的员工生产美国制造的工具设备。They were there, and they loved what they heard, and they loved what they saw.他们就在现场,他们喜欢他们所听到的,他们喜欢他们所见到的。In Wisconsin, I signed an Executive Order to Buy American and Hire American.在威斯康辛,我们签署了行政命令购买美国的产品,雇佣美国人。I took historic action to ensure that Federal Projects are made with American Goods我采取了历史性行动,确保联邦项目都和美国产品有关201704/505487。