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叶城县学习纹绣培训需要多少钱镇赉县纹绣培训内容学纹绣到哪Now commencement speakers are traditionally expected to tell graduates how to go out there and climb the ladder of success 毕业演讲发言人一般都会告诉毕业生如何走向社会并攀爬成功的阶梯But I want to ask you, instead, to redefine success Because the world you are headed into desperately needs it 不过我这里不是 我希望你们重新定义成功因为你们所步入的世界亟需这一点And because you are up to it Your education at Smith has made it unequivocally clear 因为这是你们必须面对的你们在史密斯学院接受的教育 让你们明确知道That you are entitled to take your place in the world on equal footing in every field and at the top of every field 你们有权在世界上的任何领域获得平等地位并在任何领域达到巅峰But what I urge you to do is not just take your place at the top of the world but to change the world 但我希望你们不仅是站在世界的最顶端你们还要改变世界What I urge you to do is to lead the third womens revolution The first was led by the suffragists over a hundred years ago 我迫切希望你们能够领导第三次女性革命第一次女性革命在一百年前由妇女政权论者发起When brave women like Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton 当时的勇敢女性诸如苏珊.B.安东尼和伊丽莎白.卡迪.斯坦顿Fought, among other things, to give women the right to vote The second womens revolution was powerfully led by Smith alumnae 为女性的投票权等权利进行过斗争第二次女性革命接受了史密斯学院校友的有力领导Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem They fought -- and Gloria continues to fight -- 贝蒂.弗里丹和葛罗莉亚.斯坦能她们斗争过 葛罗莉亚现在还在斗争To expand the role of women in our society to give us full access to the rooms of power where decisions are being made 尝试增强女性在社会中的地位为我们女性拥有决策权而不懈努力And while the second revolution is still in progress we simply cant wait any longer for the third revolution to begin 就在第二次革命仍然进行之时我们现在又将迫不及待地发起第三次革命201606/448597昭通市韩式半永久化妆培训学校 SCENE① B 钢琴学校里 赫伯特与柔丝见面之后隔天 【他大概是想找话题】 Rose: I didn't say I liked it. A man bought it for me.柔丝: 我没说我喜欢喝啊。是一个男人请的。 Sue: You met a man! What is his name?苏: 你还碰到一个男人!他叫什么名字? Rose: His name is Herbert and he was just being 1) polite.柔丝: 他叫赫伯特,他只是客气罢了。 Sue: When a man buys a drink for you, he isn't just being polite.苏: 当一个男人请你喝饮料,就绝对不只是客气而已。 Rose: This man was.柔丝: 这个人就是。 Sue: But he wanted to talk to you, right?苏: 但他想跟你聊聊,对吧? Rose: Yes. But all he wanted to talk about was computers, baseball, and 2) heavy metal.柔丝: 是啦。但他只想谈谈电脑、棒球和重金属。 Sue: He was probably trying to 3) make conversation.苏: 他大概是想找话题。 语言详解 A: Will you accept my humble apology? 你会接受我诚挚的道歉吗? B: Stop being so silly! You don't have to be polite with me! 别傻了!你不用跟我客套! 【make conversation 找话题聊天】 “找话题聊天”make conversation,有助于减少你与他人彼此相处时的尴尬,至于要如何“破冰”break the ice,避免僵局以及冷场的情况出现,这里提供一些小小的技巧。建议你可以从询问吃喝玩乐的去处开始,让他人提供你建议,也顺便满足一下他们小小的成就感。以下的问句用法一旦娴熟于心,包你吃香喝辣,玩到腿软。 A: Can you recommend a place to eat/go? 你可以推荐我吃东西/好玩的地方吗?B: There is a great spot just around the corner. If you don't mind, I'd like to join you. 转角就有很棒的地方。若你不介意,我可以跟你一道去。 1) polite (a.) 客气的2) heavy metal 重金属摇滚音乐3) make conversation 找话头,想办法聊天。 /200708/1664473. It's no use. 那是没有用的。 用法透视 告诉对方"那没有用",就这么简单。 持范例 1. It's no use. The car won't start. 没用的,这车发动不起来。 2. It's no use. They won't forgive me. 没用的,他们不会原谅我的。 3. It's no use crying over spilt milk. 事已至此,哭也没用。 会话记忆 A: Maybe you should talk to the teacher. 或许你该跟老师谈谈。 B: No, it's no use. 不,那没用。 A: You never know unless you try. 除非你试,否则你永远不知道。 B: I know. She won't change my grade. 我知道。她不可能更改我的分数 /200705/13464剑河县纹绣培训要多少钱

古田县纹绣半永久纹绣学校机构加盟批发市场培训VOA流行美语 56: MESS WITH / GIVE SB. A BREAK大家现在肯定都已经很熟悉Michael和李华这两个在纽约上大学的学生了。Michael是正在学中文的美国学生,李华是从中国来的留学生。今天他们上完课以后一起去打保龄球。李华会学到两个常用语:to mess with somebody和give me a break.L: 哎,得,现在我们的分数平了。Michael,你输了可不要哭哟!M: Oh, oh...Come on! Miss it, miss, miss!L: Michael,你好赖皮,你这样叫我"别打中,别打中",是分散我注意力嘛,你要我怎么打啊!M: Hehe, calm down, Li Hua. Don't take the game so seriously. I'm just messing with you.L: 你说你跟我做什么?M: I said I'm messing with you. To mess with someone means to bother the person, or disturb him, or to play a joke on him.L: 噢,to mess with someone就是说去打扰某个人,或者是跟他开玩笑。那to mess with someone是不是也有想要骗某人的意思呢?M: Not really. Sometimes "to mess with someone" can be serious. For instance, a dangerous person might say, "If you mess with me, I'll hurt you."L: 对,有的流氓就会这么说,他说,"你要跟我捣乱,我就揍你。"可是,在一般情况下,to mess with someone是指跟一个人开玩笑,或者故意跟他捣乱,是不是?M: That's right. When I was in high school, the whole class would mess with the teacher sometimes. Everyone would start humming at the same time. The teacher would be angry, but couldn't tell who was doing it.L: 啊,你上中学时就这么顽皮啊。全班一起哼哼,连老师都搞不清楚是谁在做呢,就这样跟老师开玩笑啊!我们在中国啊可不敢呢。我们都很怕老师的。哎,得了,该我了!M: Whao! Don't move, there's a bee on your neck.L: 啊,什么?你说我脖子上有只蜜蜂啊?快把它赶走啊!M: Heheh, just kidding! There was no bee, I'm just messing with you.L: 你很讨厌呐,Michael, 把我吓了一跳。Stop messing with me,我得打球了。M: Ok. Miss! Miss!******L: Michael,我再也不跟你打保龄球了,我输都是因为你跟我捣乱。虽然我们说了谁输就请客,我今天不请你吃晚饭了。M: What? I only coughed after you had let go of the ball. There is no way I made you miss. Give me a break!L: 你说给你什么?我什么都不给哟!M: I said "give me a break." When someone says "give me a break," that means he thinks what he just heard or saw is unreasonable, or they think someone is being too harsh on them.L: 噢,Give me a break就是你认为你听到的,或看到的是不合理的。那你的意思是说,我说你是因为捣乱我才输了球,这么说是不合理的?M: That's right.L: 什么? Give me a break! 我没有说任何不讲理的话。就是因为你跟我捣乱,所以我才没有打中球。M: What? Give me a break! I only messed with you before you bowled, I didn't say anything while you were throwing the ball.L: 什么?我打球的时候你什么也没说?Give me a break! 你明明就假装咳嗽,说什么"别打中!别打中!"这样就是分散我注意力嘛!M: I just had something in my throat. Is it not OK for me to cough? Give me a break!L: 得了,得了,我下回哪儿都不跟你去了。别跟我讲话了!M: Li Hua, give me a break! I'm just kidding...take it easy.L: 哈哈!我也是在跟你开玩笑啦!可是,你可千万要记住,绝对不要mess with me!M: OK, that's fair enough!这两个年轻人听起来好象要吵架,但是却是在互相开玩笑。在他们的谈话中,李华学到了两个很有用的说法:to mess with someone和give me a break. /200602/3131洞口县纹绣纹眉纹绣培训班 VOA流行美语 30: play hooky; to snapMichael这个美国学生由于各方面的压力太大而情绪不太好。 今天他想去找李华一起出去放松放松。现在他正在敲李华的门。Michael会教李华两个常用语:to play hooky和to snap。 L:Michael,你在这儿干什么?你不是有课吗? M:Yes, I'm supposed to be in class right now. But I didn't the assignment for class today, and I just didn't feel like going, so I decided to play hooky. L:你真够呛,没看今天上课的材料就不想去上课,还想在家玩什么游戏!什么是hooky呀? M:No, to play hooky means to skip class. L:噢,原来to play hooky是指逃学,旷课。我还以为是玩什么游戏呢!Michael, 你要进来坐会儿吗? M:Actually, I was going to the student center to hang out and have lunch. I was wondering if you would like to come with me. L:你要到学生中心那儿去看看,然后再吃午饭呀?我跟你一起去,我本来就要去吃午饭。不过,我只有一个小时的时间,下午我得去工作。 M:It seems like you have been working a lot lately. I have an idea! Why don't you call in to work and tell them you're sick! You can also play hooky from work. L:我最近工作是很忙。Michael,你的意思是让我打电话给工作的地方说我生病,这样就可以不去上班?这也可以说是to play hooky? M:Yes, you can play hooky from school or from work. L:你可真能出馊主意!自己逃学还不算,还要我装病不去工作。不行,我工作的地方星期一总是很忙的,而且上星期我真的生病,请了两天假。I don't want to play hooky from work. 我说得对不对,Michael? M:Yes, very good. I guess you'd better go to work then. It's too bad I can't spend more time with you. Well, if you have only one hour for lunch, we'd better hurry. L:别着急,一个小时来得及。等我拿件大衣。 L:Michael, 你很幸运,没有象我那么多的压力。我得自己赚钱付学费,还要养活自己。你可以随便play hooky, 我可不行。 M:Hey, I may play hooky once in a while, but I usually study hard. Do you think I don't feel any pressure to get good grades? If I don't do well, I won't get a good job later on. L:哟,哪儿来那么大的火气呀!我知道你不是经常逃学,你学习很努力,争取得到好分数,将来找一份好工作。你不用发那么大的脾气嘛! M:I'm sorry, Li Hua. I didn't mean to snap at you. It's just that right now I'm so stressed. That's part of the reason why I didn't go to class today. L:没关系,我知道你最近压力很大。你说 “I didn't mean to snap at you", 那是什么意思呀?是不是指你很生气地跟我说话? M:Yeah, to snap, s-n-a-p. To snap at someone means to yell at someone or talk to them in an angry way. L:to snap at someone 就是对某人大声嚷嚷,或者很生气地和某人说话。Michael,你一般不对人那么讲话的。我想可能是你最近压力太大了。 M:Yeah, but that's no excuse for snapping at you. I know you didn't mean to make me angry. L:我是没有让你生气的意思。 没关系,每个人都有情绪不好的时候嘛!Michael, 我以前好象听到别人用过to snap at someone, 可不太清楚它的意思。有一次,一个小孩说他打破了什么东西。。。 M:His mother must have snapped at him when he broke something at home. L:对,他是说他妈妈骂他因为他打破了一个花瓶。可是,Michael,这里的snap是过去时,那该怎么拼呢? M:Past tense for snap is s-n-a-p-p-e-d. I can say, "I snapped at you but I apologized." L:得了,不用道歉了。啊呀,不好了,时间到了,我得去上班了。See you later, Michael! M:Bye, Li Hua! 今天李华又从Michael那儿学到两个常用语,to play hooky就是逃学,或者装病不去上班;to snap就是对某人嚷嚷,很生气地对某人说话。这次lt;流行美语gt;播送完了,下次节目再见。 /200601/3101永新县学会纹绣技术全套纹绣视频教程大全分享

丰镇市学习纹绣半永久工具用品自学视频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 In fact, the Tower of Babel story in the Bible is a fable and warning about the power of language.事实上,圣经里巴别塔的故事就是关于语言能力的一个寓言和警示According to that story, early humans developed the conceit that, by using their language to work together,这个故事说,远古的人类变得自以为是,他们以为通过同一种语言一起合作they could build a tower that would take them all the way to heaven.可以建起一座带他们通往天堂的塔Now God, angered at this attempt to usurp his power, destroyed the tower,上帝为此大逆不道的篡夺行为震怒,因此毁了这座通天塔and then to ensure that it would never be rebuilt,并为了确保人类无法再建he scattered the people by giving them different languages -- confused them by giving them different languages.他通过赋予人们不同的语言将之拆散--用不同的语言使他们迷惑And this leads to the wonderful irony that our languages exist to prevent us from communicating.所以这导致一个奇妙而讽刺的结果,正是语言阻碍我们的交流Even today, we know that there are words we cannot use, phrases we cannot say,甚至在今天,仍有些字词我们不能用,有些短语不能说because if we do so, we might be accosted, jailed, or even killed.因为这样做,我们也许会锒铛入狱,甚至招来杀身之祸And all of this from a puff of air emanating from our mouths.这一切只因为口吐一口气而已Now all this fuss about a single one of our traits tells us theres something worth explaining.我们刚刚这番关于语言这一特性的长篇大论,无非是要说有些东西值得去解释And that is how and why did this remarkable trait evolve, and why did it evolve only in our species?那就是语言这一奇妙特性是如何演变的及其原因,并且为什么只在人类中演变?Now its a little bit of a surprise that to get an answer to that question,为获得以上问题的,先要做点意料外的工作we have to go to tool use in the chimpanzees.我们必须先研究黑猩猩使用工具的能力Now these chimpanzees are using tools, and we take that as a sign of their intelligence.这些黑猩猩正在利用工具,这被认为是它们智力的一个表现But if they really were intelligent,但是如果它们真的聪明的话why would they use a stick to extract termites from the ground rather than a shovel?为什么它们要用根棍子把白蚁从地面里取出,而不是用铲子挖呢?And if they really were intelligent, why would they crack open nuts with a rock?如果它们真的聪明,为什么自己要用石头砸开坚果呢?Why wouldnt they just go to a shop and buy a bag of nuts that somebody else had aly cracked open for them?为什么它们不去商店买上一袋坚果,在那里已经有砸好的坚果为它们准备好了?Why not? 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