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新东方美国口语学习革命[王强主讲] Lesson 11暂无文本 /200606/7401Its good to have everyone here today for this important announcement, because we really do have some great news to share – news that will benefit not just people here in Barrie, but all across the province. In our spring budget, we outlined our plan to invest in public transit, to create jobs, to strengthen our communities and to grow the middle class. Since that time, weve completed negotiations with the province, and Im happy to announce that with our partners, were investing nearly billion in public transit right here in Ontario. Today, I am happy to announce that with our partners we will invest nearly billion in public transit here in Ontario. The federal contribution of .48 billion comes from the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund and will help improve the quality of life for millions of Ontarians. As of today, 168 projects have aly been approved for funding. For people here in Barrie, this investment means a renewed and expanded bus fleet, so that you can spend less time waiting and more time doing the things you love; things like visiting family and friends, going to a Colts game or checking out the Dragon Boat Festival. For larger cities like Toronto, it means upgraded vehicles, more timely subway track repairs and vehicles and stations that are more accessible. In communities across the province, this investment will shorten commute times and make public transit more efficient and more inclusive. And how were doing this is important, too. We didnt sit in Ottawa, look at a map and decide who should get what. Others have tried that approach and it just didnt work. Instead, we did what we said wed do since the very beginning. We listened. We listened to your Premier and to your mayors, to your local representatives and to your community groups. And its by listening and working together as partners that we were able to agree on the investments announced today, investments that are going to make a real difference in peoples lives. In addition to making our small towns and big cities safer and better places to live, this funding will also create good, well-paid jobs for the middle class and those working hard to join it. Our government is proud to do its part. So I want to, once again, thank Premier Wynn, Major... Mayor Lehman, our federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, Amarjeet Sohi, the Association of Municipalities Ontario, and everyone who has been involved in this process for their help in building a brighter future for Ontarians, and indeed, for all Canadians.201608/463627I have just chaired a meeting of the cabinet, where we agreed that the government should call a general election – to be held on the 8th of June. I want to explain the reasons for that decision, what will happen next and the choice facing the British people when you come to vote in this election. Last summer, after the country voted to leave the European Union, Britain needed certainty, stability and strong leadership, and since I became Prime Minister, the government has delivered precisely that. Despite predictions of immediate financial and economic danger, since the referendum we have seen consumer confidence remain high, record numbers of jobs, and economic growth that has exceeded all expectations. We have also delivered on the mandate that we were handed by the referendum result. Britain is leaving the European Union and there can be no turning back. And as we look to the future, the Government has the right plan for negotiating our new relationship with Europe. We want a deep and special partnership between a strong and successful European Union and a ed Kingdom that is free to chart its own way in the world. That means we will regain control of our own money, our own laws and our own borders, and we will be free to strike trade deals with old friends and new partners all around the world. This is the right approach, and it is in the national interest. But the other political parties oppose it. At this moment of enormous national significance, there should be unity here in Westminster, but instead, there is division. The country is coming together, but Westminster is not. In recent weeks, Labour has threatened to vote against the final agreement we reach with the European Union. The Liberal Democrats have said they want to grind the business of government to a standstill. The Scottish National Party say they will vote against the legislation that formally repeals Britains membership of the European Union. And unelected members of the House of Lords have vowed to fight us every step of the way. Our opponents believe because the governments majority is so small, that our resolve will weaken and that they can force us to change course. They are wrong. They underestimate our determination to get the job done and I am not prepared to let them endanger the security of millions of working people across the country. Because what they are doing jeopardises the work we must do to prepare for Brexit at home and it weakens the governments negotiating position in Europe. If we do not hold a general election now, their political game-playing will continue, and the negotiations with the European Union will reach their most difficult stage in the run-up to the next scheduled election. Division in Westminster will risk our ability to make a success of Brexit and it will cause damaging uncertainty and instability to the country.201705/508195102. Someone is in the way. 有人挡住我。 用法透视 "in the way"的意思是"在路中央阻碍",它可能是指真实的被阻挡,或是抽象的事物受到阻碍,无法进行某种举动。 持范例 1. We can't move. Someone is in the way. 我们动不了。有人挡住我们了。 2. Someone is in the way. Let him move away. 有人挡住我了。叫他走开。 3. Someone was in the way. I didn't finish it. 有人妨碍我。我没做完那件活。 会话记忆 A: Did you see that? 你看见了吗? B: No, I missed it. 没,我没看见。 A: How could you miss that? 你怎么能没看见呢? B: Someone was in the way. 因为有人挡住我 /200706/14672/200703/10901

英语日常口语 78:Not much luck运气不佳本单元是关于运气不佳的对话Helen: ... no, no, that's ok, thanks for calling ... I hope you'll find somewhere soon - bye!Tim: Was that another call about the room? Helen: Yeah, but he works right over the other end of town. He said the commute would be too much. Alice: Mmm, the last one said that too, didn't he? Helen: I know. We're not having much luck here. Tim: What about the guy who came round yesterday?Helen/Alice: No!!!Helen: Eeeww, he was really creepy. Alice: I know ... the one before that was alright though ... clean-cut.Helen: He was very respectable, but a bit posh, I thought ... Tim: So, what happened to him then?Helen: He said it was too expensive. Do you think we should put the advert in the paper for another week?Vocabulary 字汇 commute 通勤to travel regularly over some distance, for example, suburb into a city and back, often for workrespectable 值得尊敬的behaves in a proper and socially acceptable wayclean-cut 整齐的neat, tidy, clean and smart in appearancecreepy 令人感到不舒的unpleasant, annoying, weird, a little bit scary, makes you feel uncomfortable本单元语言点是描写人,请看下面的解释和例句Describing people 3 Character adjectives - usually positive 描述人的形容词 正面意义 charmingstrong personal attractiveness, with very pleasing behaviour and speech; delightfulEverything about him was attractive, but his smile was especially charming.clean-cutneat, tidy, clean and smart in appearanceHe's very clean-cut. His clothes are always clean and neatly ironed, he shaves every morning and his hair is always combed.culturedwell-educated in and having a high appreciation of fine art, music, literature etc. She's very cultured - she goes to the opera at least once a month and she knows all of Shakespeare's plays.consideratebehaving in a way that shows caring for other people's feelings, circumstances, etc. When he comes home late at night, he's always very considerate of the sleeping neighbours and doesn't make any noise.open-mindedbeing receptive to new ideas, experiences or arguments If you want to enjoy foreign travel, it's best to be open-minded.respectablebehaving in a proper and socially acceptable wayEverybody thought that he was a respectable family man, but secretly he was a gambler and a drunk. tolerantaccepting of the beliefs, practices, or behaviour of other people, even if it is new, challenging or differentShe is very tolerant with the children. She doesn't get angry with them, even though they are a little bit naughty sometimes.Character adjectives - usually negative 描述人的形容词 负面意义 creepyunpleasant, annoying, weird, a little bit scary, makes you feel uncomfortable Do you know that creepy guy who works in our office - He's always staring at me, and sometimes when I turn round, he's standing right next to me, but I never hear anything, he's just suddenly there!hypocriticalpretending to have beliefs or principles that you do not actually possess, or acting against the beliefs which you say you haveMy brother told me to stop smoking, but he smokes 20 a day himself - how hypocritical!insincerenot honest or genuine in the expression of feelingsHe wasn't a real gentleman. His false charm and cold smile made him seem very insincere.maliciousoften doing bad things in order to hurt peopleIt's just his determination and wanting to win and sometimes he gets a bit over-excited, but he isn't at all malicious.materialisticmuch more concerned with material things than with spiritual, intellectual, or cultural valuesThose girls are greedy and materialistic: they measure their success in terms of how many pairs of shoes and designer handbags they have.mercenarymotivated by a desire for moneyHe's so mercenary - he doesn't care what he has to do at work, as long as the pay is good.ruthlesswithout pity or mercyHe was so ruthless in his criticism of their performance that most of them started to cry.snobbisha person who admires people of high rank or social class, and dislikes people in a lower class than him/herselfHe's so snobbish. He was very friendly towards Jane until he found out her dad was a taxi driver. Now he hardly speaks to her.spitefulwanting to do something bad to someone, usually because of a belief that they have done something bad to you She's so spiteful. When she saw that I had got the last piece of cake, she pushed me, to make me drop it.stubbornresistant to change, especially of opinions and ideas, even if others are negatively affectedIzzy is so stubborn. Everybody could see she was tired, but she wouldn't let anybody else help her. /200708/16887

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