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乐宁外教口语天天练No.62In the meeting some of John's comments were"hitting below the belt"."Hitting below the belt"意指 say or do somethingthat is unfair,make someone angry to get what you want.In the meeting some of John's comments were "hitting below the belt".John 在会议上的发言有些恶意中伤。谢谢收听,明天继续^^ /200610/9571

It gives me great pleasure to wish the Jewish community in Britain and around the world a very happy and peaceful New Year. This is a special time, when Jewish families join together in celebration and prayer. It is also a time of remembrance and renewal. We remember the tremendous contribution made by Britains Jewish community to this country from those who have served in our armed forces to those leading in fields such as business, science and the arts. You have given so much over the years, while at the same time maintaining a sense of identity, religion and culture. And in the spirit of renewal, we think of the opportunities ahead not only for ourselves, but for our country: opportunities to forge a bold and positive new role for Britain in the world, to build a better, fairer society, and to bring people closer together. I have seen for myself the inspirational work carried out by many Jewish charities and organisations in Britain: helping and supporting others, and reaching out to people of different backgrounds and faiths. I want to ensure that Britain is a place where all our communities can flourish, and that means stamping out sickening and shameful hatred, including anti-Semitism, the like of which I never thought we would see again. I am clear that such hatred has absolutely no place in our society. So, as the Jewish New Year begins, I want to renew my unshakeable vow to stand by our Jewish community now and for the years to come. And as Prime Minister, and working in partnership with you, I will do everything in my power to protect your community, and indeed all communities in Britain. I am also proud to support the new National Holocaust Memorial, which will be built at the heart of our democracy, next to Parliament, along with an associated learning centre. We owe it to everyone who endured the horrors of the Holocaust to remind future generations of the depths into which humanity can sink, so it is never repeated again. So, once again, I want to wish the Jewish community all the very best this Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.201610/471861

Today, we pause to remember and honour the Canadian men and women who have served our country and fought for freedom around the world. Time and memory may fade, but our respect and appreciation for Canadas veterans will not. We all have a duty to hold the torch high, and to keep its flame alight. Libertys cause beats deeply within our hearts, and every generation of Canadians has answered the call to serve. From Beaumont-Hamel to Vimy Ridge, Dieppe to Juno Beach – we will not forget. Korea to the Suez, Cyprus to Kandahar – we will not forget. We remember yesterdays youth, far from home, who fought for reason and progress, who stood up to tyranny and stood for liberty – and sacrificed their future for the future of many.We honour Canadas bravest, who stand shoulder to shoulder with our allies around the world every day, who face down the threat of terrorism, and protect the values we cherish most. At 11 a.m., I encourage all Canadians – no matter where you are – to observe two minutes of silence. When we remember, we must remember war ;as it was; and ;as it is.; Freedoms terrible price is known best to the few who have fought for it. That is why we stand sombre and silent, with poppies close to our hearts, and take the time to remember.201611/479889

英语日常口语 40:Right or wrong? 本单元是关于 是对还是错的对话Michal: You did what?Helen: I had to Michal. I had no choice.Michal: Haven't you got any morals? You know that you're supposed to stick to your friends.Helen: How could I? He cheated. The professor knew. She had me over a barrel.Michal: How you say in English? 'A friend in need is a friend indeed'? You didn't turn out to be a very good friend, did you?Helen: Listen Michal ...Michal: No, you listen for a change. You're selfish and two-faced Helen. It makes me worry about what you're saying about me behind my back. Now, leave me alone. I don't ever want to speak to you again! Helen: Oh no Michal!Vocabulary:(词汇)morals (n):(道德)beliefs about the correct or right way to behave and treat other peopleA friend in need is a friend indeed (idiom):(伸出援手的才是朋友)If someone helps you when you are having a problem that means s/he is a true friend to have someone over a barrel (idiom):(没有选择余地)to give someone no choice about what s/he will do two-faced (adj):(双面人) to say one thing and then do something different. For example, to say you like someone but then gossip about her/him when s/he isn't there本单元的语言点是关于友谊的词汇,请看下面关于友谊的一些词汇Friendship vocabularyHere is some vocabulary to describe some of the different aspects of a friendship关于友谊的一些词汇Words for 'friends'(和'朋友'有关的词汇)a best friend:(often used by children) to describe the person they are closest to. A 'best friend' is usually your best friend for life a close friend: a good friend a pal: (informal): a frienda mate:(informal): a friend a girlfriend: a girl or woman who is your platonic friend or a girl or woman you have a romantic or sexual relationship with a boyfriend:a boy or man you have a romantic or sexual relationship withan acquaintance: a person who isn't a friend but someone you know a littlea companion: (an old-fashioned reference) to someone who is paid to live with or look after someone else Idioms about friendship:(习惯用法)a shoulder to cry on: someone who listens to your problems It's always good to talk to Hilary, she's so sympathetic. She's a real shoulder to cry on see eye to eye: to agree with someone (usually used in the negative) They don't always see eye to eye on politics but they're still great friends no love lost: disagree with someoneThey used to be best friends but they had a huge fight about money. Now there's no love lost between them hate someone's guts: to very strongly dislike someone. They fell out and now she hates his gutsclear the air: two people talk about a problem they have been avoiding discussingI hated the way he kept borrowing things without asking me but we had a chat about it and cleared the air so now he knows to check with me first bury the hatchet: to stop fighting or quarrelling After years of arguing about politics with my dad, we finally decided to bury the hatchet and stopped trying to change other's opinions patch up our differences: to settle an argumentI used to fight a lot with my sister. My mum would always make us apologise and patch up our differences so that we would be friends again through thick and thin: people who have had some good times and difficult times together They've been friends for 20 years. They've had a lot of fun over the years but he was unemployed after university and she was very ill for a long time recently. They've really been though thick and thin together /200707/16044


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