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第30课I couldn''t eat another bite.我实在吃不下了。 30.美餐之后 109、Now that was a great meal. 这顿饭真够丰盛! Now THAT was a great meal.强调that Now that was a great movie/person/day. 110、Are you up for some dessert? 你要不要来点甜食? (你想要什么,你喜欢什么,你愿意要什么?) Are you up for a movie/dancing/a swim?(习惯用语) 111、I couldn''t eat another bite. 我实在吃不下了。 I''m so full,I couldn''t eat another bite.(我不能再吃一口了。) delicious,意思是批某东西很棒,最好的 tastes good 是说味道还可以,还行,不错 31.家居的烦恼32.别来有恙33.熙攘与冷清34.云想衣裳花想容35.恋爱的烦恼36.出发之前37.“计算机死了!”38.“打尖住店”39.“烟”雾缭绕40.拮据生活 相关专题:洋话连篇视频教学 /200601/29377. The Czech President Harry in NATO Summit Weir on the Closing Ceremony to Welcome Message7. 捷克总统哈韦尔在北约首脑会议闭幕式上致欢迎词May our forthcoming deliberations continue to advance the best features of this special tradition of the Czech capital city! 愿我们即将到来的会谈能够继续促进捷克首都的这一独特的传统特色。May they advance them not only through the letter of the adopted resolutions or documents, but also through the intent behind them; 希望他们不仅仅能从被采用的决议和文件中,更能从其背后的含义,their indirect consequences, and their long-term meaning, which may remain invisible at first sight.间接的影响和长期的目标这些最初很难被发现的问题中得到发展。May our efforts to this end be helped by a climate of friendship and sincerity in our discussions! 愿我们的努力能够营造一个友好且真诚的论坛氛围。This palace, where we shall hold most ofour sessions, represents a rather repugnant relic of the totalitarian system and of its obscure ideas about 我们将要举行会谈的这座宫殿代表了令人厌恶的极权制度的残留之物what should make up a pleasant and functional environment.以及创建一个愉快有效环境的模糊想法。Nevertheless, I believe that the people who will conduct talks here now shall not let themselves be in any way influenced 不过,我相信在这里举行会谈的人们将不会被这座建筑的氛围or misled by the atmosphere of the building.所影响或误导。201612/482670电影学口语 Lesson 18:[花木兰]A life for a life【精片断】剪辑自《Mulan》花木兰Mulan: I can explain.Shang: So it is true.Mulan: Shang!Shang: I knew there was something wrong with you.A woman!Treacherous(背叛的) snake!Mulan: My name is Mulan.I did it to save my father.Shang: High treason(叛逆)!Mulan: I did not mean for it to go this far.Shang: Ultimate(最后的) dishonor(玷辱)!Mulan: It was the only way.Please believe me.Shang: Captain. Restrain(制止) him!Together: No!Shang: You know the law.Captain: A life for a life.My debt is repaid.【口语财富】1) A life for a life. 一命还一命!2) My debt is repaid. 我欠你的债还清了。3) I did not mean for it to go this far. 我不是故意要这样的。4) Ultimate dishonor! 真是奇耻大辱!5) You know the law. 法律不可违抗。 /200604/6494「美国习惯用语」第十七讲 (下载)To keep one's shirt on To lose one's shirt 我们穿的各种装在美国的日常用语当中占有很大的地位。鞋子、袜子、手套等名称都是一些习惯用语的组成部份。今天我们要讲两个由衬衣,也就是 shirt 这个字组成的俗语。首先,我们要讲的是:To keep one‘s shirt on。To keep one's shirt on用中文来说,那就是:“穿着你的衬衣。”“穿着你的衬衣”听起来是个好主意,可是,它到底是什么意思呢?有的时候,这是劝告别人要有耐心,不要太紧张了。例如,一个妻子对她的丈夫讲: 例句-1: "Keep your shirt on, Harry; we have plenty of time to catch the train." 她说:“哈里,你别太紧张了,我们还有好多时间,足够我们赶到火车站去的。” 可是to Keep one's shirt on 在更多的场合下,是指要保持冷静,在对情况有足够了解以前不要发火。比如说,有一天,我们曾在以前的课文中提到的那位丈夫晚了三个小时回家吃晚饭。一到家,他就看到他的太太火冒三丈,马上就要大发雷霆。于是,他马上就对太太说: 例句-2: "Honey, keep your shirt on, please! I'm sorry, but the boss made me work late at the office." 他说:“亲爱的,请你千万别发火。我很抱歉。可是,我的老板给了我好多活,我不得不在办公室加班嘛。” 下面我们要解释的一个和shirt这个字有关的习惯用语是:To lose one's shirt。Lose这个字的意思当然就是丢掉,或失去什么东西。一个人要是丢了他的衬衫,他回到家里恐怕那要比那个晚了三小时才回家吃晚饭的丈夫碰到的麻烦要多得多。可是,to lose one's shirt 实际上并不是真的指丢了衬衫。它的确切意思是某个人失去了他所有的一切。我们来举个例子吧: 例句-3: "Did you hear what happened to Joe? He's lost his shirt, the poor guy -- invested all his money in a fancy restaurant and it just went out of business." 这句话翻成中文就是说:“你有没有听到关于乔的事?这回,他可真是丢掉了一切,真可怜。他把所有的钱都投资在一家豪华的餐馆里。而这家餐馆不久前倒闭了。” 下面是另一个说明to lose one's shirt 在日常生活中是怎么用的例子: 例句-4: "Be careful of salesmen who call on the phone and offer to sell you land on the beach down in Florida. You can lose your shirt because the chances are the land is under water at high tide." 这句话的意思是:“对那些通过电话来鼓动你买弗罗里达州靠海滨的土地的推销员,你得十分小心。你要不小心就有可能会损失一切,因为这些地很可能就是那些在涨潮的时候会被水淹没的地。” 上面我们讲了两个由shirt 这个字组成的俗语。但是,尽管这两个俗语都是由shirt 这个字组成的,可是它们的意思却完全不同。第一个To keep your shirt on是指不要紧张,或者是不要在不了解清楚情况的时候就发火。我们今天讲的另外一个俗语是:To lose one's shirt,这是指是失去一切的意思。美国英语中还有不少由shirt这个字有关的习惯用语。我们以后再讲. /200601/2972/200703/10903

Thank you, Hilda, for that introduction and for those kind words. And thank you to everyone who has made this event happen: Michael Heller; Henry Davis; our sponsors, Canaccord; James Gurd and the team from CFI; and, of course, the one and only Stuart Polak. And can I just say how great it is to see you bringing to the House of Lords the energy and tenacity you have brought to CFI for so many years. These Conservative Friends of Israel lunches are always special. But this year feels extra special. Not only is this CFIs biggest ever lunch, with over 800 people and over 200 Parliamentarians. It is special for me because it is the first time I have come here as Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party. And it is a special time, because as others have refereed to, we are entering the centenary year of the Balfour Declaration. On the 2nd of November 1917, the then Foreign Secretary – a Conservative Foreign Secretary – Arthur James Balfour wrote: ;His Majestys Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.; It is one of the most important letters in history. It demonstrates Britains vital role in creating a homeland for the Jewish people. And it is an anniversary we will be marking with pride. Born of that letter, and the efforts of so many people, is a remarkable country. No one is saying the path has been perfect – or that many problems do not remain. Of course, people are correct when they say that securing the rights of Palestinians and Palestinian statehood have not yet been achieved. But we know they can be achieved. We in Britain stand very firmly for a two-state solution. And we know that the way to achieve that is for the two sides to sit down together, without preconditions, and work towards that lasting solution for all their people. None of this detracts from the fact that we have, in Israel, a thriving democracy, a beacon of tolerance, an engine of enterprise and an example to the rest of the world for overcoming adversity and defying disadvantages. As most of us here know – and as I realised during my visit in 2014 – seeing is believing. For it is only when you walk through Jerusalem or Tel Aviv that you see a country where people of all religions and sexualities are free and equal in the eyes of the law. It is only when you travel across the country that you realise it is only the size of Wales – and appreciate even more the impact it has on the world. It is only when you meet our partners in eradicating modern slavery – one of the main reasons I visited in 2014 – that you see a country committed to tackling some of the worlds most heinous practices. It is only when you witness Israels vulnerability that you see the constant danger Israelis face, as I did during my visit, when the bodies of the murdered teenagers, Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaer and Eyal Yifrah, were discovered. So seeing isnt just believing; it is understanding, acknowledging and appreciating. And that is why Im so pleased that CFI has aly taken 34 of the 74 Conservative MPs elected in 2015 to Israel. And we saw in that what a powerful experience it can be. We are so grateful to the people in this room for making it happen – but, of course, there is more to do. We meet at a moment of great change for our country. In the wake of the referendum, Britain is forging a new role for itself on the world stage – open, outward-looking, optimistic. Israel will be crucial to us as we do that. Because I believe our two countries have a great deal in common. As the Ambassador Mark Regev said, we have common values; we work together, on health, counter-terrorism, cyber security, technology; and we can help each other achieve our aims. First, we both want to take maximum advantage of trade and investment opportunities, because we know enterprise is the key to our countries prosperity. Our economic relationship is aly strong. The UK is Israels second-largest trading partner. We are its number-one destination for investment in Europe, with more than 300 Israeli companies operating here. And last year saw our countries biggest-ever business deal, worth over #163;1 billion, when Israeli airline El Al decided to use Rolls Royce engines in its new aircraft.201702/493749

Today, as Americans, we grieve the brutal murder – a horrific massacre – of dozens of innocent people. We pray for their families, who are grasping for answers with broken hearts. We stand with the people of Orlando, who have endured a terrible attack on their city. Although its still early in the investigation, we know enough to say that this was an act of terror and an act of hate. And as Americans, we are united in grief, in outrage, and in resolve to defend our people. I just finished a meeting with FBI Director Comey and my homeland security and national security advisors. The FBI is on the scene and leading the investigation, in partnership with local law enforcement. Ive directed that the full resources of the federal government be made available for this investigation. We are still learning all the facts. This is an open investigation. Weve reached no definitive judgment on the precise motivations of the killer. The FBI is appropriately investigating this as an act of terrorism. And Ive directed that we must spare no effort to determine what – if any – inspiration or association this killer may have had with terrorist groups. What is clear is that he was a person filled with hatred. Over the coming days, well uncover why and how this happened, and we will go wherever the facts lead us. This morning, I spoke with my good friend, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, and I conveyed the condolences of the entire American people. This could have been any one of our communities. So I told Mayor Dyer that whatever help he and the people of Orlando need – they are going to get it. As a country, we will be there for the people of Orlando today, tomorrow and for all the days to come. We also express our profound gratitude to all the police and first responders who rushed into harms way. Their courage and professionalism saved lives, and kept the carnage from being even worse. Its the kind of sacrifice that our law enforcement professionals make every single day for all of us, and we can never thank them enough. This is an especially heartbreaking day for all our friends – our fellow Americans – who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. The shooter targeted a nightclub where people came together to be with friends, to dance and to sing, and to live. The place where they were attacked is more than a nightclub – it is a place of solidarity and empowerment where people have come together to raise awareness, to speak their minds, and to advocate for their civil rights. So this is a sobering reminder that attacks on any American – regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation – is an attack on all of us and on the fundamental values of equality and dignity that define us as a country. And no act of hate or terror will ever change who we are or the values that make us Americans. Today marks the most deadly shooting in American history. The shooter was apparently armed with a handgun and a powerful assault rifle. This massacre is therefore a further reminder of how easy it is for someone to get their hands on a weapon that lets them shoot people in a school, or in a house of worship, or a movie theater, or in a nightclub. And we have to decide if thats the kind of country we want to be. And to actively do nothing is a decision as well. In the coming hours and days, well learn about the victims of this tragedy. Their names. Their faces. Who they were. The joy that they brought to families and to friends, and the difference that they made in this world. Say a prayer for them and say a prayer for their families – that God give them the strength to bear the unbearable. And that He give us all the strength to be there for them, and the strength and courage to change. We need to demonstrate that we are defined more – as a country – by the way they lived their lives than by the hate of the man who took them from us. As we go together, we will draw inspiration from heroic and selfless acts – friends who helped friends, took care of each other and saved lives. In the face of hate and violence, we will love one another. We will not give in to fear or turn against each other. Instead, we will stand united, as Americans, to protect our people, and defend our nation, and to take action against those who threaten us. May God bless the Americans we lost this morning. May He comfort their families. May God continue to watch over this country that we love. Thank you.201607/452721

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