英语2分钟演讲名人名言

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天才是百分之一的灵感加百分之九十九的汗水,而那最重要的却是那百分之1的灵感.
意思:勤劳务必重要,但灵感也要培养
道理:(同上)

英语2分钟演讲名人名言

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All for one, one for all.
人人为我,我为人人。—— [法] Dumas pére大仲马
Other men live to eat, while I eat to live.
别人为食而生存,我为生存而食。—— Socrates 苏格拉底
Easy come, easy go.
易得者亦易失。 —— Hazlitt赫斯特
Love rules his kingdom without a sword.
爱,统治了他的王国,不用一枝利剑。—— Herbert 赫伯特
We soon believe what we desire.
我们欲望中的东西,我们很快就信以为真。—— Chaucer乔叟
The darkest hour is that before the dawn.
黎明前的时分是最黑暗的。—— Fuller 富勒
The longest day has an end.
最难过的日子也有尽头。—— Howell 贺韦尔
Living without an aim is like sailing without a compass.
生活而无目标,犹如航海之无指南针。—— J. Ruskin 鲁斯金
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
手中的一只鸟胜于林中的两只鸟。—— Heywood 希伍德
One swallow does not make a summer.
一燕不成夏。—— Taverner 泰维纳
A man may lead a horse to the water, but he cannot make it drink.
一个人可以把马带到河边,但他不能令它饮水。 —— Heywood 希伍德
One cannot eat one’s cake and have it.
一个人不能把他的糕饼吃掉之后还留在手上。 —— Davies 戴维斯
Time is money.
时间就是金钱。—— Benjamin Franklin富兰克林
Time and tide wait for no man.
时间不等人。—— Scott 斯科特
There is no rose without a thorn.
没有玫瑰花是不长刺的。—— Ray 雷
Lookers-on see most of the game.
旁观者清。—— Smedley 斯密莱
Beggars cannot be choosers.
行乞者不得有选择。—— Heywood 希伍德
First catch your hare.
首先必须捕获兔子,然后才能宰之。—— Thackeray 萨克雷
Victory won’t come to me unless I go to it.
胜利是不会向我走来的,我必须自己走向胜利。—— M. Moore 穆尔
A great man is always willing to be little.
伟大的人物总是愿意当小人物的。—— R. W. Emerson 爱默生
Cowards die many times before their deaths.
懦夫在未死之前,已身历多次死亡的恐怖了。 —— Julius Caesar 凯撒
Anything one man can imagine, other men can make real.
但凡人能想象到的事物,必定有人能将它实现。 —— Jules Verne 凡尔纳
Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
早睡早起使人健康、富裕又聪明。—— Benjamin Franklin 富兰克林
Life is just a series of trying to make up your mind.
生活只是由一系列下决心的努力所构成。—— T. Fuller 富勒
Goals determine what you are going to be.
目标决定你将成为为什么样的人。—— Julius Erving欧文
All human wisdom is summed up in two words ?C wait and hope.
人类所有的智慧可以归结为两个词 — 等待和希望。—— Alexandre Dumas Pére大仲马(法国作家)
It is not enough to be instrious, so are the ants. What are you instrious for?
光勤劳是不够的,蚂蚁也是勤劳的。要看你为什么而勤劳。—— H. D. Thoreau梭罗
You have to believe in yourself. That’s the secret of success.
人必须相信自己,这是成功的秘诀。—— Charles Chaplin卓别林
Nothing is more precious than independence and freedom.
没有什么比独立自由更可宝贵的了。—— [越南] Ho Chi Minh胡志明
I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.
我不缅怀过去的历史,而致力于未来的梦想。—— T. Jefferson 杰弗逊(美国第3任总统)
Money is round. It rolls away.
圆圆钱币,滚走容易。—— S. Aleichen 阿雷钦
We are here to add what we can to life, not to get what we can from it.
我们要尽可能为生活增加一些东西,而不是从中索取什么。—— William Osler 奥斯勒
Life itself, without the assistance of colleges and universities, is becoming an advanced institution of learning.
没有学院和大学的帮助,人生本身也正在变成一所高等学府。 —— Thomas Alva Edison 爱迪生
Work while you work;
Play while you play;
This is the way;
To be cheerful and gay.
工作时工作,
玩乐是玩乐,
依此方法做,
轻松与欢乐。—— A. D. Stoddart 斯道达特

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A Curse Can Be a Blessing in Disguise
A famous saying goes that “A curse can be a blessing in disguise”. Simple as the saying is, its meaning is profound and thought-provoking. Evidently, it is meant to tell us that unfavorable conditions can one day prove to be favorable ones that we should not be inlged in depression after we have met setbacks.
Actually, history abounds with examples to prove this saying. Taking a look around, we can also find examples too many to enumerate. Here I can think of no better illustration of the proverb than the experience of my own. Though performing well enough in the college entrance exam, I was only provided with the opportunity to enroll in a second-class university. However, I did not lose my heart. Instead, I found the remoteness and quietness of the campus a favorable condition for my study.
Bringing what has been discussed into a conclusion, we may say that a curse can also turn into a blessing. So, one should not inlge himself in bitterness and complaint after he meets setbacks. What he really has to do is to seek opportunities and turn adversities into favorable conditions. In a word, we should truly understand the profound meaning of the proverb and take the right actions in our life and work in the future.诅咒可以因祸得福一位著名俗话说,“一个诅咒可以因祸得福”。简单的说法是,它的意义是深刻的,发人深省。显然,这是为了告诉我们,不利条件下能有一天能证明是有利因素,我们遇到挫折后,我们不应该在抑郁沉迷。其实,历史的例子比比皆是,证明这句话。采取环顾四周,我们还可以找到例子太多了,不胜枚举。在这里,我想不出更好地说明谚语比我自己的经验的。虽然表现不够好,在高考,我只是提供了机会在第二一流大学录取。不过,我并没有沉迷。相反,我发现校园的有利条件,我找了一个偏远和宁静地方来学习。总而言之,我们可以说,诅咒也可以变成一个祝福。所以,我们不应该放纵自己在痛苦和抱怨,当遇到挫折后。一个人真正要做的是寻找机会,把逆境变成了有利条件。总之,我们要真正理解这个谚语的深刻含义,并采取在我们的生活和工作的权利的行为在未来。

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