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    名人演讲稿,英文

    来源:书业网 时间:2016-03-10

    篇一:名人英语演讲稿

    名人英语演讲稿

    Tribute to Diana

    致戴安娜——查尔斯·斯宾塞

    Diana was the very essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty. All over the world she was a symbol of selfless humanity. All over the world, a standard bearer for the right of the truly downtrodden, a very British girl who transcend nationality, someone with a natural nobility who was classless.

    在全世界,戴安娜是同情心、责任心、风度和美丽的化身,是无私和人道的象征,是维护真正被践踏的权益的旗手,是一个超越国界的英国女孩,是一个带有自然的高贵气质的人,是一个不分阶层的人。

    This is the text of Earl Spencer's tribute to his sister at her funeral. There is some very deep, powerful and heartfelt sentiment. Would that those at whom it is aimed would take heed. The versions posted on several news services had minor errors. This is precisely as it was deliverd.

    I stand before you today the representative of a family in grief, in a country in mourning before a world in shock.

    We are all united not only in our desire to pay our respects to Diana but rather in our need to do so.

    For such was her extraordinary appeal that the tens of millions of people taking part in this service all over the world via television and radio who never actually met her, feel that they, too, lost someone close to them in the early hours of Sunday morning. It is a more remarkable tribute to Diana than I can ever hope to offer her today.

    Diana was the very essence of compassion, of duty, of style, of beauty. All over the world she was a symbol of selfless humanity, a standard-bearer for the rights of the truly downtrodden, a very British girl who transcended nationality, someone with a natural nobility who was classless, who proved in the last year that she needed no royal title to continue to generate her particular brand of magic.

    Today is our chance to say "thank you" for the way you brightened our lives, even though God granted you but half a life. We will all feel cheated, always, that you were taken from us so young and yet we must learn to be grateful that you came along at all.

    Only now you are gone do we truly appreciate what we are now without and we want you to know that life without you is very, very difficult.

    We have all despaired at our loss over the past week and only the strength of the message you gave us through your years of giving has afforded us the strength to move forward.

    There is a temptation to rush to canonize your memory. There is no need to do so. You stand tall enough as a human being of unique qualities not to need to be seen as a saint. Indeed to sanctify your memory would be to miss out on the very core of your being, your wonderfully mischievous sense of humor with the laugh that bent you double, your joy for life transmitted wherever you took your smile, and the sparkle in those unforgettable eyes, your boundless energy which you could barely contain.

    But your greatest gift was your intuition, and it was a gift you used wisely. This is what underpinned all your wonderful attributes. And if we look to analyze what it was about you that had such a wide appeal, we find it in your instinctive feel for what was really important in all our lives.

    Without your God-given sensitivity, we would be immersed in greater ignorance at the anguish of AIDS and HIV sufferers, the plight of the homeless, the isolation of lepers, the random destruction of land mines. Diana explained to me once that it was her innermost feelings of suffering that made it possible for her to connect with her constituency of the rejected.

    And here we come to another truth about her. For all the status, the glamour, the applause, Diana remained throughout a very insecure person at heart, almost childlike in her desire to do good for others so she could release herself from deep feelings of unworthiness of which her eating disorders were merely a symptom.

    The world sensed this part of her character and cherished her for her vulnerability, whilst admiring her for her honesty. The last time I saw Diana was on July the first, her birthday, in London, when typically she was not taking time to celebrate her special day with friends but was guest of honor at a fund-raising charity evening.

    She sparkled of course, but I would rather cherish the days I spent with her in March when she came to visit me and my children in our home in South Africa. I am proud of the fact that apart from when she was on public display meeting President Mandela, we managed to contrive to stop the ever-present paparazzi from getting a single picture of her.

    That meant a lot to her.

    These were days I will always treasure. It was as if we'd been transported back to our childhood, when we spent such an enormous amount of time together, the two youngest in the family.

    Fundamentally she hadn't changed at all from the big sister who mothered me as a baby, fought with me at school and endured those long train journeys between our parents' homes with me at weekends. It is a tribute to her level-headedness and strength that despite the most bizarre life imaginable after her childhood, she remained intact, true to herself.

    There is no doubt that she was looking for a new direction in her life at this time. She talked

    endlessly of getting away from England, mainly because of the treatment she received at the hands of the newspapers.

    I don't think she ever understood why her genuinely good intentions were sneered at by the media, why there appeared to be a permanent quest on their behalf to bring her down. It is baffling. My own, and only, explanation is that genuine goodness is threatening to those at the opposite end of the moral spectrum.

    It is a point to remember that of all the ironies about Diana, perhaps the greatest was this; that a girl given the name of the ancient goddess of hunting was, in the end, the most hunted person of the modern age.

    She would want us today to pledge ourselves to protecting her beloved boys William and Harry from a similar fate. And I do this here, Diana, on your behalf. We will not allow them to suffer the anguish that used regularly to drive you to tearful despair.

    Beyond that, on behalf of your mother and sisters, I pledge that we, your blood family, will do all we can to continue the imaginative and loving way in which you were steering these two exceptional young men, so that their souls are not simply immersed by duty and tradition but can sing openly as you planned.

    We fully respect the heritage into which they have both been born, and will always respect and encourage them in their royal role. But we, like you, recognize the need for them to experience as many different aspects of life as possible, to arm them spiritually and emotionally for the years ahead. I know you would have expected nothing less from us.

    William and Harry, we all care desperately for you today. We are all chewed up with sadness at the loss of a woman who wasn't even our mother. How great your suffering is we cannot even imagine.

    I would like to end by thanking God for the small mercies he has shown us at this dreadful time; for taking Diana at her most beautiful and radiant and when she had joy in her private life.

    Above all, we give thanks for the life of a woman I am so proud to be able to call my sister: the unique the complex, the extraordinary and irreplaceable Diana, whose beauty, both internal and external, will never be extinguished from our minds.

    篇二:心灵英语:演讲稿世界名人演讲稿

    心灵英语:世界名人演讲稿集萃演讲稿

    经典的书契能够给人以美的享受,发人深省的演讲能够给人以力量,特整理了经典的名人英文演讲,但愿广大朋友能够在阅读的时候,不仅能够提高英语水平,还能在人生的认识中产生一些新的启示!为了

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    经典的书契能够给人以美的享受,发人深省的演讲能够给人以力量,特整理了经典的名人英文演讲,但愿广大朋友能够在阅读的时候,不仅能够提高英语水平,还能在人生的认识中产生一些新的启示!

    为了易于各人学习和理解,我尽可能加上名人生平先容和历史违景先容。 罗斯福:国会珍珠港演讲(中英文对照)

    Mr.Vice President,Mr.Speaker,Members of the Senate,and of the House of

    Representatives:

    Yesterday,December 7th,1941--a date which will live in infamy--the United

    States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air

    forces of the Empire of Japan.

    The United States was at peace with that nation and,at the solicitation of

    Japan,was still in conversation with its government and its emperor

    looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific.

    以下是富兰克林·罗斯福国会珍珠港演讲英文原文:

    Mr.Vice President,Mr.Speaker,Members of the Senate,and of the House of

    Representatives:

    Yesterday,December 7th,1941--a date which will live in infamy--the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and,at the solicitation of

    Japan,was still in conversation with its government and its emperor

    looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific.

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    Indeed,one hour after Japanese air squadrons had commenced bombing in the

    American island of Oahu,the Japanese ambassador to the United States and

    his colleague delivered to our Secretary of State aformal reply to arecent

    American message.And while this reply stated that it seemed useless to

    continue the existing diplomatic negotiations,it contained no threat or

    hint of war or of armed attack.

    It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii from Japan makes it

    obvious that the attack was deliberately planned many days or even weeks

    ago.During the intervening time,the Japanese government has deliberately

    sought to deceive the United States by false statements and expressions of

    hope for continued peace.

    The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian islands has caused severe damage to

    American naval and military forces.I regret to tell you that very many

    American lives have been lost.In addition,American ships have been

    reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francis co and

    HonoluluYesterday,the Japanese government also launched an attack against

    Malaya.

    Last night,Japanese forces attacked Hong Kong. Last night,Japanese forces attacked Guam. Last night,Japanese forces attacked the Philippine Islands. Last night,the Japanese attacked Wake Island.

    And thi--orning,the Japanese attacked Midway Island.

    Japan has,therefore,undertaken asurprise offensive extending throughout

    the Pacific area.The facts of yesterday and today speak for themselves.The

    people of the United States have already formed their opinions and well

    understand the implications to the very life and safety of our nation.

    As commander in chief of the Army and Navy,I have directed that all

    measures be taken for our defense.But always will our whole nation

    remember the character of the onslaught against us.

    No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated

    invasion,the American people in their righteou--ight will win through to

    absolute victory.

    I believe that Iinterpret the will of the Congress and of the people when

    Iassert that we will not only defend ourselves to the uttermost,but will

    make it very certain that this form of treachery shall never again

    endanger us.

    Hostilities exist.There is no blinking at the fact that our people,our

    territory,and our interests are in grave danger. With confidence in our armed forces,with the unbounding determination of our people,we will gain the inevitable triumph--so help us God. I ask that the Congress declare that since the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on Sunday,December 7th,1941,a state of war has existed between the United States and the Japanese empire. 以下是富兰克林·罗斯福国会珍珠港演讲中文翻译: 致美国国会: 昨天,1941年12月7日--一个遗臭万年的日期--美利坚合众国遭到了日本帝国海军和空军蓄谋已久的俄然袭击。

    合众国当时同该国处于和平状态,并且,根据日本的请求,当时仍在同该国政府和该国天皇举行着会话,但愿维持承平洋地域的和平,实际上,就在日本空队伍中队已经起头轰炸美国瓦胡岛然后一钟头,日本驻合众国大使及其同事还向国务卿提交处理了对美国最近致日方的信函的正式答复。虽则复函声言继续现行交际谈判已一无用法,它并未包罗关于战争或武装进击的威胁或暗示。

    应该记录在案的是:思量到夏威夷同日本的间隔,此次进击显然是很多天乃至若干礼拜之前就已蓄谋筹谋的。在筹谋的历程中,日本政府通过虚假的声明和表示但愿维护和平处心积虑地棍骗合众国。

    昨天对夏威夷群岛的进击,给美国海陆军军队造成了紧张的损伤。我遗憾地告诉各位,很多美国人损失了生命。此外,据报告,美国商船在旧金山和火奴鲁鲁之间的公海上也遭到了鱼雷袭击。

    昨天,日本政府已策动了对马来亚的进击。

    昨夜,日本军队袭击了喷鼻港。

    昨夜,日本军队攻击了关岛。

    昨夜,日本军队攻击了菲律宾群岛。 昨夜,日本人袭击了威克岛。 今晨,日本人袭击了中途岛。 因此,日本在整个承平洋地区范围承平洋地区范围策动了俄然攻势。发生在昨天和今天的事证实了这一点。美国人民很是明白,并且十分清楚这关系到我们国家的安全和保存的紧张事态。

    作为三军总司令,我已申令,采取一切措施保卫我们的国家。

    我们整个国家都将永远记住此次对我们的无耻进击。

    不论要用多长的时间才气战胜此次蓄谋已久的入侵,美国人民以自己的公理力量必患上赢患上绝对的胜利。

    我现在断言,我们不仅要作出最大的努力来保卫我们自己,我们还将确保这种形式的违信弃义永远不会再威胁到我们。我相信抒发了国会和人民的意志。

    战争已经起头。我国人民,我国国土和我国利益都处于紧张危险之中,对此我们不必闪烁其辞。

    相信我们的武装军队--依靠我国人民的坚定刻意--我们必将取患上最后的胜利--愿天主助我!

    我要求国会宣布:自1941年12月7日--礼拜天日本举行无缘无故和鄙俚胆小的进击时起,合众国和日本帝国之间已处于战争状态。美国第32任总统富兰克林·D·罗斯福(Franklin

    D.Roosevelt)(1933-1945),一直被视为美国历史上最伟大的总统之一,是20世纪美国最孚人望和受爱戴的总统,也是美国历史上惟一蝉联4届总统的人,从1933年3月起,直至1945年4月去世时截止,担任职务长达12年。曾赢患上美国民众长达7周的高支持率,创下历史记录。

    富兰克林·德拉诺·罗斯福出生于纽约。父亲詹姆斯·罗斯福是一个百万财主。母亲萨拉·德拉诺比父亲小26岁。罗斯福曾就读于哈佛大学和哥伦比亚大学。1910年任纽约州参议员。1913年任海军部副部长。1921年因患脊髓灰质炎致残。1928年任纽约州长。1932年竞选总统获胜。执政后,以"新政"对付经济危机,颇有成效,故获患上1936年、1940年、1944年大选蝉联。第二次世界大战初,美国采取不参与政策,但对希特勒采取倔强手段,以"租借法"支持同盟国。1941年底,美国参战。罗斯福代表美国两次参加同盟国"三巨头"会议。罗斯福政府提出了轴心国必需无条件投降的原则并获患上了实施。罗斯福提出了建立联合国的构想,也获患上了实施。63岁时由于脑溢血去世。

    很多网友相信都看过影戏《珍珠港》(Pearl

    Harbor),第二次世界大战在欧亚大陆打的如火如荼,而跨海相隔的美国却隔岸不雅火,仿佛事不关己。直至1941年12月7日早晨7点53分,日本奇袭美军在夏威夷的基地珍珠港。次日,美国总统罗斯福在国会愤然揭晓了这篇的演讲,至此,承平洋战争全面爆发。日本狙击珍珠港的历史违景:

    日本从1941年中起头向东南亚的发展引起了这个地域主要强国的不安,为了给日本一点颜色,美国冻结了对日本的经济贸易,其中重要的是高辛烷石油,没有石油日本的飞机无法仙游,舰艇无法在海中行驶,日本就无法继续对外扩张。

    加上日本的石油只能维持半年的时间,日本明白,要么从其中国撤军,停止对外扩张,交际上向美国挨近。要么自组旗帜,南下夺取战略资源,继续加强对外侵略。南洋有美国,英国,荷兰的半殖民地,进兵南洋就等于向美盎司国宣战。

    承平洋上的珍珠港是交通的主要枢纽,夏威夷东距美国西海岸,西距日本,西南到诸

    岛群,北到阿拉斯加和白令海峡,都在2000海里到3000海里之间,跨越承平洋南来北往的飞机,都以夏威夷为中续站。日本认为先在承平洋上夺取制空制海权就意味着南下的道路没有阻碍畅通,必需先摧毁珍珠港,于是日本筹谋了珍珠港奇袭。

    日本政府决定占领东南亚的资源作为对禁运的回答。他们不克不及假定,假如他们起头行动了,美国会在一旁袖手旁不雅?这是山本半百六思量事先覆灭美国在承平洋的力量的原因。日本联合舰队司令山本半百六袭击珍珠港的海军基地的计划是实现这个战略目的中的一个战术步骤。日本资料显示山本于1941年初起头思量袭击珍珠港。数月后,在做了一些预先考察后,他被批准起头准备这个行动。日本海军内部有强烈的阻挡这样一个行动的力量。山本威胁,假如这个行动被中止的话,他将引退。1941年夏,在一次由日本天皇亲自出席的御前会议上,这个行动正式被批准。11月,在另一次天皇亲自出席的御前会议上,出兵承平洋的决定被批准。在11月的会议上还决定,只有在美国完全同意日本主要要求的的环境下才放弃此次行动。

    袭击珍珠港的目的是为了(至少暂时)覆灭美国海军在承平洋上的主力。袭击珍珠港计划的筹谋者山本半百六本人认为一次成功的袭击只能带来一年左右的战略上风。从1931年起头日本与中邦交战,此前天本占领了满洲。从1941年1月日本起头计划袭击珍珠港以取患上战略上风,颠末一些海军内部的讨论和争执后从年中起头日本海军起头为此次行动举行严格的训练。

    日本计划的一部分是在袭击前(并且必需在袭击前)中止与美国的协商。到12月7日截止,日本驻华盛顿大使中的交际官一直在与美外洋交部举行很广泛的讨论,包括美国对日本在1941年夏入侵东南亚的反应。袭击前天本大使从日本交际部获患上了一封很长的电报,并受令在袭击前(华盛顿时间下午一时)将它递交国务卿科德尔·赫尔。但大使人员未能实时解码和打印这篇很长的国书。最后这篇宣战书在袭击后才递交给美国。这个延迟增长了美国对此次袭击的愤怒,它是罗斯福总统将这天称为"一个无耻的日期"的主要原因。山本上将似乎同意这个不雅点。在日美合拍的影戏《虎!虎!虎!》中他被援用说:"我恐怕我们将一个甜睡的伟人叫醒了,现在他充满了愤怒。"(这句话山本本人可能从未说过,即使如此他似乎的确如此觉患上)。

    实际上这篇国书在日本递交美国前就已经被美国解码了。乔治·卡特利特·马歇尔在读过这篇国著作后面立刻向夏威夷送出了一张紧急警告,但由于美军内部传送系统的混乱这篇电报不患上不通过民用电信局来传达。在路上它落空了它的"紧急"标志。袭击数钟头后一个年轻的日裔美国邮递员将这张电保送到美军司令部。林肯(1809~1865)

    Lincoln,Abraham

    美国总统(1861~1865)。1809年2月12日生于肯塔基州。自幼从事体力劳动,成年后当过雇农、船夫、小市肆伴计,也做过村落邮务员和土地测量员。

    林肯没有受过系统的教诲,可是通过自学,涉猎了关于法律、文学、修辞学及历史等方面的书籍,尤其是专攻法律。1834~1840年4次被选入伊利诺伊州议会。1836年通过律师资格考试,开业当律师。1838年公开阻挡奴隶制,成为州议会辉格党的领袖。

    1847年,当选为美国国会众议员。他的主张和活动代表北方资产阶层的利益。阻挡奴隶制度,但不是废奴主义者,阻挡立刻解放奴隶,更阻挡解放奴隶而不给奴隶主以赔偿。因此,在阻挡奴隶制问题上他归属温和派。1856年加入共和党。在1860年的总统选举中,共和党获胜,林肯当选为总统。不久,南方奴隶主策动叛乱,挑起南北战争。1862年五月林肯颁布《宅地法》,划定公民缴付10美元登记费,可在西部领取64.74公顷土地,耕种5年后归其所有。林肯为了早日恢复联邦的统一而积极筹谋和带领战争,但他最初不敢触动南方奴隶制度。1862年9月22日,由于战况不利和人--动的压力,揭晓预报性的《解放宣言》草案。这个宣言标志着林肯从阻挡奴隶制度改变为废奴主义者。1862年末,他不顾保守分

    子一再施加的压力,拒不收回关于解放奴隶的决定,并在1863年1月1日揭晓正式的《解放宣言》。厥后又竭尽全尽力促使使国会两院通过宪法第13条修正案。该修正案划定在合众国国土上永远禁绝奴隶制。为了把阻挡奴隶制的战争举行到底,1863年,他坚决征召黑人参加部队,使成千累万的黑人走上战场,为战争的胜利作出了伟大的贡献。1864年3月,他升引U.S.格兰特为联邦军总司令,这对于内战的最后胜利起了相当重要的作用。

    1864年11月林肯再次当选为总统。1865年4月14日晚,林肯在华盛顿的福特剧院里被维护奴隶制的狂热分子J.W.布思开枪打伤,翌晨逝世。林肯:葛底斯堡演讲(中英文) The Gettysburg Address Gettysburg,Pennsylvania November 19,1863 Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent,a new

    nation,conceived in Liberty,and dedicated to the proposition that all men

    are created equal.

    Now we are engaged in agreat civil war,testing whether that nation,or any

    nation so conceived and so dedicated,can long endure.We are met on agreat

    battle-field of that war.We have come to dedicate aportion of that

    field,as afinal resting place for those who here gave their lives that

    that nation might live.It is altogether fitting and proper that we should

    do this.

    But,in alarger sense,we can not dedicate--we can not consecrate--we can

    not hallow--this ground.The brave men,living and dead,who struggled

    here,have consecrated it,far above our poor power to add or detract.The

    world will little note,nor long remember what we say here,but it can never

    forget what they did here.It is for us the living,rather,to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced.It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us--that from these honored dead we take increased

    devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of

    devotion--that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died

    in vain--that this nation,under God,shall have anew birth of freedom--and that government of the people,by the people,for the people,shall not perish from the earth. 主讲:亚伯拉罕林肯 时间:1863年11月19日

    地点:美国,宾夕法尼亚,葛底斯堡

    八十七年之前,我们的祖先在这大陆上建立了一个国家,它孕育于自由,并且投身给一种理念,即所有人都是小时候起平等的。

    时下,我们正在从事一次伟大的内战,我们在磨练,究竟这个国家,或任何一个有这种主张和这种信仰的国家,是否能长久存在。我们在那次战争的一个伟大的战场上集会。我们来到这里,奉献阿谁战场上的一部分土地,作为在此地为阿谁国家的保存而牺牲了自己生命的人的永世眠息之所。我们这样做,是十分合情合理的。

    可是,就更深一层意义而言,我们是无从奉献这片土地的--无从使它成为圣地--也不克不及把它变为许多人景仰之所。那些在这里战斗的猛士,活着的和死去的,已使这块土地神圣化了,远非我们的菲薄能力所能左右。世人会半大注意,更不会长久想的起来我们在此地所说的话,然而他们将永远忘不了这些人在这里所做的事。相反,我们活着的人应该投身于那些曾在此作战的许多人所英勇推动而尚未完成的事情。我们应该在此投身于我们面前所

    篇三:名人英文演讲稿

    名人英文演讲稿

    ladies and gentlemen, good morning. it’s my great honor to be here and i am very happy to see you all. thank you for being here. what i am going to talk about today is how to speak good english. making

    first of all, i’d like to talk about the importance of speaking good english and share my experience in learning english with you. as you know, english has become an international language. wherever you go, english is always commonly used. it is convenient to know the language. at the same time, english may be the most important factor in deciding which countries are leaders in the future. the language of the most advanced management and technology is undoubtedly english. being able to absorb this information is really the key to the new century. in the 21century. we can’t go there and speak our own

    language because nobody is going to learn it in order to understand us. our asian rival, india, has surged ahead of other developing countries in information technology because of its superior english skills. unlewe are able to master english, we will not be able to get our population to use it and take advantage of the new economy. there is an urgent need to have a workforce which is proficient in the language in view of the information technology onslaught.

    second, about learning english, i think laying a strong

    foundation is the first and most important step. in other words, you should read and speak english every day. memorizing new words and

    phrases is also helpful. of course, learning english takes some time, so don’t be impatient. remember, rome wasn’t built in a day. and then since english is not our native tongue, we must develop the muscles of your speech organs to produce unfamiliar sounds. when you

    read, read as loudly as possible, as clearly as possible and as quickly as possible. tongue muscles’ training is of importance in learning any foreign language.

    third, if you want to speak good english, please don’t care how poorly well you speak, only care about catching the chances to speak. you must enjoy losing face, just forget about your face. the more you speak, the better your english will become. the more mistakes you make, the more progreyou will make. you must enjoy speaking poor english, because speaking is the only thing that will lead you

    towards success. don’t give up. just try your best. every time you move your mouth, your memory will deepen, your muscles will

    strengthen. you can make it.

    i have made a considerable amounts of public english speaking in my life, i am often asked why the crazy english method is better than other methods or if the crazy english method will help all english learners. my answer is, the method will help the english learners because it is a perfect match with the chinese principles of

    diligence, self-help and determination. mere exposure to english will not enable you to speak english. if you want to drive you have to get in the car and drive, if you want to dance you have to turn on the music and dance, if you want to swim you have to jump in the water and swim. in fact, swimming is the perfect comparison to learning english. you can’t learn to swim by sitting in a room and reading books about swimming skills. in order to be a swimmer you’ve got to conquer you fear, you’ve got to survive and suck in water, yell for help, you’ve got to lose face many times before you can make it. but, to be a good swimmer you’ve got to practice agai

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    n and again. to be a great swimmer you have to practice for years until you can harmonize every part of your body and mind.

    finally, i want to greet you and encourage you to seize this

    unique opportunity to conquer english and make lifelong friends from all over our college. as you know, we are human beings ,not animals. we know what we want to do. we know our destiny is in our hands. with hard work and determination, we can do anything we set our mind to do. today, i will accompany you every minute on this unique journey. i want you to open your heart, i want you to be devoted, i want you to be crazy, i want you to forget about your face, i want to open your mouth wildly, i want you conquer your lazineand all the other human weaknesses, i want you to overcome all the obstacles that hold you back.

    i want to share your joy and i want to share your struggle, but most important of all, i want to share your glory and victory. we are the future of china, the future of asian, and the future of the world. we desire to win, we must win, we will win, absolutely, definitely, and without any doubt! form a painfully shy boy who felt terrible about himself, who regarded himself as human trash, a born loser, to an internationally recognized english promoter, i made it. so i

    strongly believe that you will make it too. i have confidence in you.