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You know, between the environmental degradation and the crashing of the world markets youre talking about.比如你们说的环境恶化的问题,全球市场崩溃的问题And of course, we know its all because of the -- all the ...当然我们都知道这一切都是因为,所有那些...Well, I dont know how else to say it to you, so Ill just say it my way:我真不知道还能用其他什么方法来表达,所以我就用我自己的方式来说吧the ganeyvish schticklich coming from the governments and the, you know, the bankers and the Wall Street. You know it.都是因为那些鬼鬼祟祟偷偷摸摸的勾当,你们也知道,这些勾当都是政府,和华尔街的人干的Anyway. The point is, Im happy somebody has practical ideas to get us out of this mess.管他呢。关键的是,我非常高兴看到你们想出了切实可行的办法,让我们摆脱这些糟糕的状况So I salute each of you and your stellar achievements.所以我要向你们每个人致敬,向你们的辉煌成就致敬Thank you for all that you do.感谢你们所做的一切And congratulations on being such big makhers that youve become TED meisters.还要祝贺你们成为TED的大师So, happy continued success.祝你们获得更大的成功Congratulations. Mazel tov.祝贺你们,祝贺你们Hi. Hi. Thank you everybody.嗨嗨。感谢你们Sorry, this is such a wonderful opportunity and everything, to be here right now.能来到这里简直太棒了My name is Noraida. And Im just --我叫诺埃达,我只是Im so thrilled to be part of like your TED conference that youre doing and everything like that.能来参加TED大会我真是太高兴了,这里的一切都令人激动I am Dominican-American.我是多米尼加裔美国人Actually, you could say I grew up in the capital of Dominican Republic,实际上,可以说我是在多米尼加共和国的首都长大的otherwise known as Washington Heights in New York City.或者说就是纽约市的华盛顿高地But I dont know if theres any other Dominican people here, but I know that Juan Enriquez, he was here yesterday.我不知道这里有没有其他的多米尼加人,但我知道胡安恩里克斯昨天来这里了And I think hes Mexican, so thats -- honestly, thats close enough for me right now. So -- I just -- Im sorry.我觉得他是墨西哥人。老实说,这离我已经足够近了。对不起Im just trying not to be nervous because this is a very wonderful experience for me and everything.我只想尽量不要太紧张,因为这个机会对我来说太难得了And I just -- you know Im not used to doing the public speaking.而且我不习惯当众演讲And whenever I get nervous I start to talk really fast.每当我紧张,我说话就特别快Nobody can understand nothing Im saying, which is very frustrating for me, as you can imagine.谁都听不明白我在说什么,这太打击我了,你们能想像吧201611/477204。

  • Think about that one. Have you ever entered an argument thinking,在参加辩论的时候,你有没有想过;Lets see if we can hash something out rather than fight it out.让我们看看能不能共同敲定一些事情,而非由一方说另一方。What can we work out together?;有什么是我们可以共同协作的?And I think the argument-as-war metaphor inhibits those other kinds of resolutions to argumentation.我觉得辩论如战争的这个比喻已经盖过了其他的辩论形式。And finally, this is really the worst thing, arguments dont seem to get us anywhere.最终,最糟糕的是,通过争论我们不会学到什么东西。Theyre dead ends.这样的辩论就如同一个死胡同。They are roundabouts or traffic jams or gridlock in conversation.交流中的环状公路交通阻塞或者一个僵局。We dont get anywhere.我们停在原地,到不了任何其他地方。Oh, and one more thing, and as an educator,噢,其实还有一件事情,作为一个教育工作者,this is the one that really bothers me:这里还有一个问题困扰了我很久:If argument is war, then theres an implicit equation of learning with losing.如果辩论是场战争,那么这也隐含着学习等于失去的意思。And let me explain what I mean.让我解释一下我的观点。Suppose you and I have an argument.比如说,你和我进行了一场辩论。You believe a proposition, P, and I dont.你主张观点,P,但是我不同意。And I say, ;Well why do you believe P?;然后我说,“好了,为什么你相信P”And you give me your reasons.然后你给出了你的理由。And I object and say, ;Well, what about ...?;然后我反对并说,“好,那关于。。。?”And you answer my objection.然后你回答我的反对。And I have a question: ;Well, what do you mean?然后我提问:“额,你的意思是?How does it apply over here?; And you answer my question.那么在这个地方他如何解释?” 然后你又回答了我的问题。Now, suppose at the end of the day, Ive objected, Ive questioned,现在,假设一天快结束了,我反对,我提问,Ive raised all sorts of counter-considerations,我给出了所有反对问题,and in every case youve responded to my satisfaction.然后在所有的问题上你都让我满意了。And so at the end of the day, I say,然后在一天快要结束的时候,我说,;You know what? I guess youre right. P.;”你知道吗?我觉得在P这个观点上你没准是对的。“So I have a new belief.所以我有了新的见解。And its not just any belief,但是这不仅仅是一个见解,but its a well-articulated, examined, its a battle-tested belief.而是一个阐述清楚的,经过验的,同时也是经得起挑战的见解。Great cognitive gain. Okay. Who won that argument?多好的结果啊。好了。那谁赢了这场辩论呢?Well, the war metaphor seems to force us into saying you won,好了,将辩论作为战争的人们会强迫我们承认,提出见解那方赢了,even though Im the only one who made any cognitive gain.即使我才是那个获得新见解的人。What did you gain cognitively from convincing me?那么作为说我的人,他在获得了什么新的见解吗?Sure, you got some pleasure out of it, maybe your ego stroked,没错,你从中获得了一些愉悦,或许一些自我安慰maybe you get some professional status in the field.或许在你的领域里获得了一些专业声誉。This guys a good arguer.这家伙是个辩论好手。But cognitively, now -- just from a cognitive point of view -- who was the winner?但是从认知角度而言,仅仅从认识的角度来看,谁是胜利者?The war metaphor forces us into thinking that youre the winner and I lost, even though I gained.视辩论如战争的人们会强迫我们认为,你是胜者而我是败者,即使是我也有所得。And theres something wrong with that picture.这个认识本身存在一些错误。And thats the picture I really want to change if we can.同时我也想去改变这个认识。201607/454114。
  • Thank you. Thank you. Ambassador Shannon, dignitaries, esteemed guests, ladies and gentlemen: Im deeply humbled to be here today to honor these 12 remarkable and inspirational women, who have given so much for so many, regardlesf the unimaginable threat to their own personal safety. Each one of these heroic women has an extraordinary story of courage, which must inspire each of uo also achieve more than we had ever imagined possible. Their liveemind uf the boundless capacity of the human spirit when guided by moral clarity and desire to do good. These honoreen the stage with me have fought for their rights and for the rightf others. Each battle forces – such aovernments, the courts, gender bias, terrorism, war and corruption – and were willing in each moment to face harsh penalties, including imprisonment and death. Ahey continue to persevere against unimaginable odds, these women are extraordinary examplef reaching within to find the courage that lienside us all to change the world. While learning the storief these 12 honorees, I would like to ask each of uo take thioment and try to imagine what it would be like to experience the trying obstacles, domestic abuse, gender-biased violence, or governor impression that some of these women have faced. Let ury to envision ourselven their place, struggling against gender bias and discriminatory laws, which serve to protect the perpetratorf unthinkable crimes while punishing their victims, who even dare to speak out. Ask yourself if you would have the fortitude of spirit, the courage of your convictions and the enormounner strength required to stand up and fight against such overwhelming odds. Amazingly, each of our honorees has courageously answered ;yes; to those questions, for it iheir strength and the strength of others like them which will ignite a global battle against inhumanity. Together, with the international community, the ed Stateust send a clear message that we are watching. It iherefore our duty to continue to shine the light on each miraculous achieved by women, all capable of trying, truly leading the change to fight for those that cannot fight for themselves. Theirs are the storief human greatneshat will continue to inspire, and therefore must be told far and wide. These honorees, who have fought on the frontlines against injustice are true heroes. Their storief individual bravery remind uhat there is always hope whenever the human spirit is brought to bear in the service of others, and that healing and personal empowerment are often born from such deeds. I believe that bravery ihe ability to live ones life, refusing to be discouraged, and instead, choosing a life of purpose. Only when we do this are we able to suppress what we previously believe to be possible. Each of these 12 women represents a life of enormous courage – to save a child, to help a family, to make a neighborhood or school safe or to boldly speak out against evil by refusing to back down, no matter the personal cost. To the young people here today, I ask you to allow the triumphxemplified by these heroic women to inspire you in your own lives, and to remind yourself that you, too, are capable of greatness. I urge you to not be afraid to fail, as failure will never have the power to define you as long as you learn from it, and realize that your first steps will alwaynvolve taking a leap of faith by believing in yourself while choosing to replace fear for hope. Let these brave women serve as daily inspiration, at iow up to each of you to remain vigilant against injustice in all itany forms. As you go forward, remember their journeys as push ahead and strive to bring about a better community, a better country and a better world in an ongoing fight for right over might. We must continue once again to shine the light on the horrendous atrocitieaking place in neighborhoods around the corner and around the globe, where innocent families are crying out to live in safety. We must continue to fight injustice in all its forms, in whatever scale or shape it taken our lives. Together, we must declare that the era of allowing the brutality against women and children iver, while affirming that the time for empowering around the world iow. For wherever women are diminished, the entire world is diminished with them. However, wherever women are empowered, towns and villages, schools and economies, are empowered, and together we are all made stronger with them. We must begin now to challenge old fears, fight long-held prejudices and stand up against evil and injustice wherever it may be. As leaderf our shared global community, we must continue to work towardender empowerment and respect people from all backgrounds and ethnicities, remembering alwayhat we are all ultimately memberf one race: the human race. Each one of us uniquely gifted. We must continually our American values as we join with the international community to make our world safer through actf collaborative and individual bravery. Thank you, honorees, for your courage. And thank you, Ambassador Shannon, for your support. God bless you and God bleshireat nation. Thank you.201704/505500。
  • 063 television Words Programme channel tv news documentary comedy horror film remote control tv set educational Entertainment advertisement switch over/on/off volume cartoon satellite tv cable tv chat show drama series serial soap opera actor/actress character episode interview couch potato quiz show Presenter current affairs repeats highlights viewers Phrases Watch a programme Change channel Watch…live on TV Appear on a chat show Use the remote control Interview a celebrity Show highlights/ a new clip Beginner A: do you think children watch too much tv? B: I only allow my child to watch up to an hour a day. I don’t think that tv is bad for kids. I think that kids should be active and not become couch potaoes. A: perhaps I should impose a limit on how much tv my kids can watch. They don’t do much else in their free time. At least they always do their homework first. B: if you decide to put a limit on the amount of tv they can watch, remember to have something else for them to do. If you don’t, they’ll get bored and misbehave. A: they could go out and play with their friends. B; sure. You could talk to other parents in your neighbourhood and plan it so that all the kids are free at the same time. A: perhaps I could ask my husband to teach them foot ball or some thing. He watches too much tv too. B: that’s a good idea. Remember that if the parents watch too much tv, the kids will probably follow suit. Intermediate A: what kinds of tv programmes do you enjoy watching? B: I like current affairs programmes and documentaries, especially wildlife ones. How about you? A: I like those kinds of programmes too. They’re very informative. I think that many people underrate the education value of tv. B: I agree. People often criticize tv for showing too much sex and violence. A; yeah. And that’s so funny because most people prefer watching sex and violence to watching something more educational! B: right. You can’t blame the tv stations for showing popular kinds of programmes. They need to make money from advertisements shown during and between programmes. A: in my country, there’s a time limit on the advertisements that can be shown. I think it’s about six minutes per hour. B: that’s great idea. But don’t the tv station lose a lot of money because of that? A; no. they don’t. they simply charge higher prices at peak times. Is there no limit on the amount of advertisements that can be shown on tv in your country? B: not as far as I know. We have so many advertisements . the interruptions are unbearable sometimes! That’s one reason that many people prefer satellite or cable tv, where you pay a fixed amount each month. A: some people have satellite and cable tv in my country, but people don’t seem to keen to pay for their tv programmes. Besides, the terrestrial channels offer a good range of programmes. B: well, there’s a wildlife documentary on tv in a few minutes. Shall we? /200705/13727。
  • Take a look(Show photos over the years). Here we are in 2008.请看(上台这些年来的照片)。这是我俩在2008年。Here we are a few years later.这是我俩几年之后。And this one is from two weeks ago(Skelton photo from Canada dinner). So time passes.这是两周之前(加拿大晚宴上的骷髅照)。真是时光如流水啊。In just six short months, I will be officially a lame duck, which means Congress now will flat out reject my authority, and Republican leaders won’t take my phone calls.再过短短六个月,我将正式成为蹩脚鸭总统,这意味着国会将会直接反对我的权威,共和党大佬们将不接我的电话。And this is going to take some getting used to.这得有一段时间才能习惯。It’s really gonna… It’s a curve ball.太难应对了。I don’t know what to do with it.我都不知道该怎么办才好。Of course, in fact, for four months now congressional Republicans have been saying there are things I cannot do in my final year.当然了四个月来,共和党一直在说,我最后一年不能做的事。Unfortunately, this dinner was not one of them.可惜这个晚宴不是其中之一。But on everything else, it’s another story.剩下的就都不行了。And you know who you are, Republicans.我说谁你们自己心里清楚啊,共和党人们。In fact, I think we’ve got Republican senators Tim Scott and Cory Gardner.现场有共和党参议员Tim Scott和Cory Gardner。They are in the house, which reminds me … security bar the doors.他们都在这让我想起,保安!关门!Judge Merrick Garland come on out. We are going to do this right here. Right now.Mary Garland法官请出场,我们今天就在这里解决这事。It’s like the red wedding. But it’s not just Congress.感觉像血色婚礼一样啊。问题不只是国会201607/454974。
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