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Hi, everybody. One of the most urgent challenges of our time is climate change. We know that 2015 surpassed 2014 as the warmest year on record – and 2016 is on pace to be even hotter. When I took office, I said this was something we couldnt kick down the road any longer – that our childrens future depended on our action. So, we got to work, and over the past seven-and-a-half years, weve made ambitious investments in clean energy, and ambitious reductions in our carbon emissions. Weve multiplied wind power threefold. Weve multiplied solar power more than thirtyfold. In parts of America, these clean power sources are finally cheaper than dirtier, conventional power. And carbon pollution from our energy sector is at its lowest level in 25 years, even as were continuing to grow our economy. Weve invested in energy efficiency, and were slashing carbon emissions from appliances, homes, and businesses – saving families money on their energy bills. Were reforming how we manage federal coal resources, which supply roughly 40% of Americas coal. Weve set the first-ever national standards limiting the amount of carbon pollution power plants can release into the sky. We also set standards to increase the distance our cars and light trucks can go on a gallon of gas every year through 2025. And theyre working. At a time when weve seen auto sales surge, manufacturers are innovating and bringing new technology to market faster than expected. Over 100 cars, SUVs, and pick-up trucks on the market today aly meet our vehicles standards ahead of schedule. And weve seen a boom in the plug-in electric vehicle market – with more models, lower battery costs, and more than 16,000 charging stations. But were not done yet. In the weeks and months ahead, well release a second round of fuel efficiency standards for heavy-duty vehicles. Well take steps to meet the goal we set with Canada and Mexico to achieve 50 percent clean power across North America by 2025. And well continue to protect our lands and waters so that our kids and grandkids can enjoy our most beautiful spaces for generations. Theres still much more to do. But theres no doubt that America has become a global leader in the fight against climate change. Last year, that leadership helped us bring nearly 200 nations together in Paris around the most ambitious agreement in history to save the one planet weve got. Thats not something to tear up – its something to build upon. And if we keep pushing, and leading the world in the right direction, theres no doubt that, together, we can leave a better, cleaner, safer future for our children. Thanks, everybody. And have a great weekend.201608/461785。

President Donald J. Trump: Thank you very much. I am honored to have Prime Minister Theresa May here for our first official visit from a foreign leader. This is our first visit, so – great honor. The special relationship between our two countries has been one of the great forces in history for justice and for peace. And, by the way, my mother was born in Scotland – Stornoway – which is serious Scotland. Today, the ed States renews our deep bond with Britain – military, financial, cultural, and political. We have one of the great bonds. We pledge our lasting support to this most special relationship. Together, America and the ed Kingdom are a beacon for prosperity and the rule of law. That is why the ed States respects the sovereignty of the British people and their right of self-determination. A free and independent Britain is a blessing to the world, and our relationship has never been stronger. Both America and Britain understand that governments must be responsive to everyday working people, that governments must represent their own citizens. Madam Prime Minister, we look forward to working closely with you as we strengthen our mutual ties in commerce, business and foreign affairs. Great days lie ahead for our two peoples and our two countries. On behalf of our nation, I thank you for joining us here today. Its a really great honor. Thank you very much. Prime Minister Theresa May: Well, thank you very much, Mr. President. And can I start by saying that Im so pleased that Ive been able to be here today. And thank you for inviting me so soon after your inauguration. And Im delighted to be able to congratulate you on what was a stunning election victory. And, as you say, the invitation is an indication of the strength and importance of the special relationship that exists between our two countries – a relationship based on the bonds of history, of family, kinship and common interest. And in a further sign of the importance of that relationship, I have today been able to convey Her Majesty The Queens hope that President Trump and the First Lady would pay a state visit to the ed Kingdom later this year. And Im delighted that the President has accepted that invitation. Now, today, were discussing a number of topics, and theres much on which we agree. The President has mentioned foreign policy. Were discussing how we can work even more closely together in order to take on and defeat Daesh and the ideology of Islamist extremism wherever its found. Our two nations are aly leading efforts to face up to this challenge, and were making progress with Daesh losing territory and fighters, but we need to redouble our efforts. And today, we are discussing how we can do this by deepening intelligence and security cooperation and, critically, by stepping up our efforts to counter Daesh in cyberspace. Because we know we will not eradicate this threat until we defeat the idea – the ideology that lies behind it. Our talks will be continuing later. Im sure well discuss other topics – Syria and Russia. On defense and security cooperation, we are united in our recognition of NATO as the bulwark of our collective defense. And today, weve reaffirmed our unshakeable commitment to this alliance. Mr. President, I think you said – you confirmed that youre 100 percent behind NATO. But were also discussing the importance of NATO continuing to ensure it is as equipped to fight terrorism and cyber warfare as it is to fight more conventional forms of war. And Ive agreed to continue my efforts to encourage my fellow European leaders to deliver on their commitments to spend 2 percent of their GDP on defense so that the burden is more fairly shared. Its only by investing properly in our defense that we can ensure were properly equipped to face our shared challenges together. And finally, the President and I have mentioned future economic cooperation and trade. Trade between our two countries is aly worth over 0 billion pounds a year. The U.S. is the single-biggest source of inward investment to the UK, and together weve around trillion invested in each others economies. And the UK-U.S. defense relationship is the broadest, deepest, and most advanced of any two countries sharing military hardware and expertise. And I think the President and I are ambitious to build on this relationship in order to grow our respective economies, provide the high-skilled, high-paid jobs of the future for working people across America and across the UK. And so we are discussing how we can establish a trade negotiation agreement, take forward immediate, high-level talks, lay the groundwork for a UK-U.S. trade agreement, and identify the practical steps we can take now in order to enable companies in both countries to trade and do business with one another more easily. And Im convinced that a trade deal between the U.S. and the UK is in the national interest of both countries and will cement the crucial relationship that exists between us, particularly as the UK leaves the European Union and reaches out to the world. Todays talks, I think, are a significant moment for President Trump and I to build our relationship. And I look forward to continuing to work with you as we deliver on the promises of freedom and prosperity for all the people of our respective countries.201703/495151。

2. All you have to do is... 你所要做的只是······ 用法透视 这个句型用来说明某事很简单易行,"你所要做的一切只不过是······"。 持范例 1. All you have to do is to push the button and wait. 你所要做的就是按下这个按钮然后等待。 2. All you have to do is to sign here. 你只要在这里签字就行了。 3. They promised that all I have to do is to tell the truth and leave. 他们答应我只要我说出真相就可以走了。 会话记忆 A: Do you know how to play go? 你知道围棋怎么下吗? B: It's easy. All you have to do is to use your pieces to surround the opponent's pieces and then take over all of his territory. 很简单。你所要做的只是用自己的子去围对方的子,然后 占下他所有的地盘就行了。 A: But I heard it is very difficult to play. 可我听说围棋很难下。 B: It's easier said than done. When you actually play, it can be very frustrating. 说当然比做容易。你真下起来的时候就很伤脑筋了 /200705/13024。

【中文这样说】我妈妈喜欢和浓茶。【英文对比翻译】Chinese Style My mother likes to drink thick tea.American Style My mother likes her tea strong. /200604/6390。

And I can understand why the sex industry provokes strong feelings.我可以理解为什么性产业会引发强烈的不满情绪。People have all kinds of complicated feelings when it comes to sex.当提到性的时候,人们都有很复杂的情绪。But we cant make policy on the basis of mere feelings,但是我们不能仅仅根据情绪立法,especially not over the heads of the people actually effected by those policies.更不能不考虑实际上会被法律影响的人们而立法。If we get fixated on the abolition of sex work,如果我们对于,废除性交易念念不忘,we end up worrying more about a particular manifestation of gender inequality,最终只会担心更多的性别不平等的其他特例,rather than about the underlying causes.而不是真正地思考背后的原因。People get really hung up on the question, ;Well, would you want your daughter doing it?;人们往往全神贯注于诸如“为什么你让女儿做这种事?”的问题。Thats the wrong question. Instead, imagine she is doing it.这不是我们要解决的问题。而是想象她在做这种事的时候How safe is she at work tonight? Why isnt she safer?晚上工作有多安全?为什么不能更安全?So weve looked at full criminalization,所以我们已经了解了完全刑事化partial criminalization, the Swedish or Nordic Model and legalization, and how they all cause harm.部分刑事化,瑞典北欧模型和合法化,也知道为什么他们都会造成伤害。Something I never hear asked is: ;What do sex workers want?;我从没听见过有人问:“性工作者需要什么?”After all, were the ones most affected by these laws.毕竟我们是最受法律影响的人。New Zealand decriminalized sex work in 2003.新西兰2003年使性交易无罪化。Its crucial to remember that decriminalization and legalization are not the same thing.切记,无罪化和合法化不是一样的。Decriminalization means the removal of laws that punitively target the sex industry,无罪化意味着针对性产业的法律惩罚被移除,instead treating sex work much like any other kind of work.而不是像其他职业一样,平等看待性产业。In New Zealand, people can work together for safety, and employers of sex workers are accountable to the state.在新西兰人们可以为了安全一起工作,性工作者的雇主接受国家的监督。A sex worker can refuse to see a client at any time, for any reason,性工作者可以在任何时间,以任何理由拒绝去见一个客户,and 96 percent of street workers report that they feel the law protects their rights.96%的街道工作者认为法律保护了她们的权益。201609/466196。

1_07 I’ll have a Big Mac. I’ll have a Big Mac. 我要一个麦香堡. I’ll have a small fries. 我要一份小薯条. And a large Coke, please. 我要一杯大杯可口可乐. I’d like a milk shake. 我要一杯奶昔. Make it strawberry. 要草莓口味的. That’ll be for here. here. 要在这里吃. Can I have extra ketchup? 我可以多要一些蕃茄酱吗? Can I have more napkins? 我可以多要一些纸巾吗? Thank you. 谢谢你. /200705/13650。

VOA流行美语 64: MAKE A KILLING / BREAK EVEN今天李华和Michael在讨论做生意的事。 李华会学到两个常用语:to make a killing和to break even.M: Li Hua, what are you looking at on the Internet?L: 噢,我想在网上买个做豆腐的机器。我和一个朋友想做了豆腐周末拿到农民集市上去卖。 你说有人会买吗?M: Of course people would buy your tofu! You'd make a killing!L: Make a killing? 做豆腐和杀人有什么关系?M: No, I said you'd "make a killing". "To make a killing" means to earn a lot of money quickly through some kind of lucrative business.L: 唷, to make a killing就是通过做生意赚了许多钱! Michael, 这么说,你认为我们这个生意能做得成,是吗?我不知道美国人是不是爱吃豆腐呐。M: Of course! A lot of people who don't eat meat, or who want to eat healthy foods eat tofu. Also, there are a lot of Chinese in this part of town. I'm sure you'll make a killing.L: 对,好多美国人现在健康意识很强,不吃肉,爱吃豆制品。Michael, 你说得没错,这一带中国人也很多,肯定有人会买新鲜豆腐的。Michael, 你能不能再给我举一个例子呀?M: Well, for instance, my uncle Roger made a killing in real estate. A few years ago, he bought a lot of land and then rich people started building houses in the area, and he made a lot of money.L: 你叔叔几年前买了好多地,然后有钱人在这些地上盖房子,所以他就通过房地产生意赚了好多钱!他可真有远见呐!M: You can also say to make a killing in the stock market, in the insurance business or even in the tofu business!L: 噢,to make a killing in the stock market就是通过买卖股票赚了好多钱,in the insurance business就是保险业。可是,我想靠卖豆腐大概不会make a killing --赚不了太多钱。******M: Don't worry about losing money, Li Hua. At the very least, you will break even.L: 你说我至少会什么?break even?M: "To break even" means to neither lose nor gain money. If you do some business and are able to cover the costs of the business, but don't make a profit, you are breaking even.L: 噢,那就是既不赚钱,也不亏本。做豆腐的机器不是太贵,所以,你说得对,要做到收相抵, 也就是break even, 应该不会有问题。M: Even if you don't earn a lot of money, if you break even you lose nothing, plus you get to enjoy lots of fresh tofu.L: 唷,你倒想得好,不赚不赔没什么损失,还能吃好多新鲜豆腐!你不就是想不出钱白吃豆腐嘛!对不对?M: What? I don't care that much about tofu. Stop being silly and use this phrase in a sentence.L: 嗯...有了。我和我的朋友Regina上星期第一次去大西洋赌城玩。开始我们各自出了50 美元,可是不到一小时全输光了。后来我们两人各出10美元,合在一起,结果终于把100美元又赚了回来。所以,In the end, we broke even.M: (Sarcastically) Wow. . Good thing you were able to break even, or you'd have to sleep in a cardboard box on the sidewalk.L: Michael, 别小看人哪!输了50美元,我就得睡在马路上的纸箱里呀?哎,不过,说实话,50美元是不少钱,我本来就不该去赌钱。今天李华学到两个常用语,一个是:to make a killing, 意思是做生意在短期内赚了很多钱。另一个是:to break even, 意思是做生意没有亏本,也没有赚钱。 /200602/3139。

48. I'm afraid... 我恐怕······ 用法透视 这个句型通常用来表达一些不好的情况和事实,或表示某种疑虑和歉意。 持范例 1. I'm afraid I am late. 恐怕我迟到了。 2. I'm afraid you don't see my point. 我想你没明白我的意思。 3. I'm afraid I've taken too much of your time. 对不起,占用了你很多时间。 会话记忆 A: Excuse me. I'm afraid you're in my seat. You've moved my books. 对不起,你坐的是我的座位,你把我的书拿开了。 B: Oh, dear. 哎呀。 A: You must have realized somebody was here. 你一定知道这里是有人的。 B: Oh, well, I looked around. There wasn't any other space. I waited a while and nobody came. I'm sorry if I've taken your place. 我找了一下,一个空位都没有。我又等了一会,见没人来。如果我占的是你的座位,对不起了 /200705/13327。