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1.I came; I saw; I conquer. ( 我来了我看见我征服)
2.To that work I now turn, with all the authority of my office. I ask the Congress to join with me. But no president, no Congress, no government, can undertake this mission alone. (Bill Clinton) 汉语意思是任何总统任何国会任何政府都不能单独完成这一使命。
3.This great Nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper. (Franklin D. Roosevelt) 我们的国家过去经得起考验今后还将经得起考验美国将复兴美国将繁荣。
4.Steadfast in our faith in the Almighty, we will advance toward a world where man's freedom is secure. To that end we will devote our strength, our resources, and our firmness of resolve. With God's help, the future of mankind will be assured in a world of justice, harmony, and peace. (Harry S. Truman) 在上帝的保佑下人类的未来无疑将是个公正、和谐与和平的世界。 5. We are creating a nation once again vibrant, robust and alive. But there are many mountains yet to climb.(Ronald Reagan) 这里里根运用三项式定语排比来描述人们创造的美国“朝气蓬勃、精力旺盛、充满活力”。文字简练生动给人留下深刻的印象。 We were in the midst of shock—but we acted. We acted quickly, boldly, decisively. (Franklin D. Roosevelt) 罗斯福回顾八年前美国所处的状态运用三个排比的状语阐述了美国人民的勇气和坚定。汉语意思是“我们虽然处在惊恐之中——但是我们采取了行动迅速、大胆、坚定地采取了行动。” 6.America is ready to encourage, eager to initiate, anxious to participate in any seemly program likely to lessen the probability of war, and promote that brotherhood of mankind which must be God's highest conception of human. (Warren G. Harding)“美国随时鼓励、热情推动、积极参加任何有助于减少战争爆发可能性的计划并促进上帝对人类关系的最高思想——四海之内皆兄弟。”
7. With this, we can build a great cathedral of the spirit—each of us raising it one stone at a time, as he reaches out to his neighbor, helping ,caring, doing. (Richard Milhous Nixon) 汉语意思是“每当我们每一个人向他的邻人伸出手来帮助他、照顾他、为他办事的时候他也就是给这个精神大厦添了一块砖。”
8. Conceived in justice written in liberty, bound in union, it (covenant) was meant one day to inspire the hopes of all mankind; and it binds us still. (Lyndon Baines Johnson)…...

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