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分钟英语演讲稿 篇一

i have many dreams.for example,i want to be rich in the future. thereforei can buy all what i want.

but my greatest dream is that i want to be an football player.and i want tolead the chinese team won the world cup our country develops fast and our sportmake great progress in the last several decades. it has great achievements. allof our country are proud of it. therefore i want to be one of this amazingarea.

in order to make my dream come true i must study hard now. i hope my dreamcan come true one day.

我有很多梦想。例如,我想在未来变得富有。所以我可以买我想要的一切。

但我最大的梦想是成为一名足球运动员,我想带领中国队赢得世界杯,我国在过去的。几十年里发展迅速,我们的体育事业取得了长足的进步。它有很大的成就。我们所有的国家都为此感到骄傲。所以我想成为这个神奇的地方之一。

为了实现我的梦想,我现在必须努力学习。我希望有一天我的梦想能实现。

英语三分钟演讲稿 篇二

good afternoon,my dear friends.

i am very happy to meet you is my great honor to municate with you at such a special of all,please allow me to express my appreciation to you all to listion to me.

i am proud of being a college collegelife is fresh,new teachers,new classmates and new like the friendship,and their wide knowledge and opening grand library,school buildings and wide playground attrattde me very college life is better than i expected,i can do anything i the college we can not only learn the professional knowledge,but also develop our prehensive we can make full use of the period,we can learn many useful ,we should have the active attitude to our life,do a contributionto the is the most precious time in our of us want to bee an outstanding there are some students still waste their get together for eating,drinking or playing busy in searching for a girlfriend or a pletely forget their task as college students.

finally,i hope everybody can try their best to bee a worthy person to our country,and make great contributions to the society!

分钟英语演讲稿 篇三

as is apparently revealed in the pie charts above, forty-eight percent of people surveyed have never heard of the international no motor vehicle day while fifty-seven percent are willing to give up driving on such a day. what is betrayed in the pie charts is most thought-provoking.

the implied meaning of the pie charts is both disappointing and exciting. on the one hand, much necessary work still needs to be done with respect to environmental protection. the public ignorance of relevant environmental protection results from inadequate and limited popularity of environmental protection knowledge by relevant government departments at different levels. since environmental protection is an international issue, we must constantly introduce the advanced and practical practice in other countries to our general public. only in this way can we promote environmental protection in china. on the other hand, the enhancement of the public awareness of environmental protection is a welcome development. over the past years, as people’s living standard improves, people attach more importance to the quality of their life. they have a better understanding of the relationship between environment and their daily life. as a result, they are more interested in following positive international models. in sum, we have got a mixed feeling toward the very fact revealed in the pie charts.

in my view, necessary measures should be immediately taken to ensure a nice environment. first of all, government departments at all levels must play a more active role in popularizing international experience and practice of environmental protection. what’s more, the general public should be encouraged to participate more actively in environmental protection. only in this way can we live in a healthy and harmonious environment.

英语三分钟演讲稿 篇四

good evening!

ladies and gentlemen.

i’m millie zhang, a staffer from the city government of guangzhou. it’s been 11 years since the twinning of the two cities and we are amazed to see how many exchanges taking place.

i myself am a big beneficiary of this sister city relationship. thanks to that, i now have the chance to come to uk, further my studies and meet the nice people.

i’m not alone. eight colleagues from our office have been here and spent a year in uk. when they returned to china, they had a profound love for bristol, citing that those were the happiest moments in their life. i believe i will feel the same way.

this will not be possible without the support from many people. so i’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your help over the years, dianne, kam wong…。i can go on and on with the list.

we are confident that more people will benefit from this twinning. guangzhou is land of abundant opportunities. and we are willing to see more exchanges in the years to come.

thank you! happy chinese new year!

分钟优秀英语演讲稿 篇五

deep mother loveevery child is surrounded by the deep mother love.

however, we often turn a blind eye to the love. one day i deeply felt the day i hurried home for lunch after school, because there would be an exam in the afternoon and i had expected to go back to school early to prepare for the exam. but when i got home, the lunch was not readfromyet.

i felt unhappy. when the dishes were served, i forund none i like. i ran out of my house angrily and wanderde on the street for a while,hungry. then i walked to i got into the classroom, i saw a lunch box on my desk. one classmate told me that it was my mother ther that had brought it r opening the box, i found my favorite food inside. my eyes was moist with tears.

mother gave me her love without asking for return, how deep mother love is!

大学三分钟英语演讲稿 篇六

ladies and gentlemen, this is joe biden, i'm filling in for president obama, while he addresses the nato summit in wales.

when the president and i took office in january of , this nation was in the midst of the greatest economic crisis since the great depression. our economy had plummeted1 at a rate of 8% in a single quarter-part of the fastest economic decline any time in the last half century. millions of families were falling underwater on their homes and threatened with foreclosure. the iconic american automobile2 industry was under siege.

but yesterday's jobs report was another reminder3 of how far we've come. we've had 54 straight months of job creation. and that's the longest streak4 of uninterrupted job growth in the united states' history.

we've gone from losing 9 million jobs during the financial crisis to creating 10 million jobs. we've reduced the unemployment rate from 10% in october of to 6.1% today. and for the first time since the 1990s, american manufacturing is steadily5 adding jobs-over 700,000 since 。 and surveys of both american and foreign business leaders confirm that america once again is viewed as the best place in the world to build and invest.

that's all good news.

but an awful lot of middle class americans are still not feeling the effects of this recovery. since the year , gross domestic product-our gdp - has risen by 25%。 and productivity in america is up by 30%。 but middle class wages during that same time period have gone up by only fourteen cents.

folks, it's long past time to cut the middle class back into the deal, so they can benefit from the economic growth they helped create. folks, there used to be a bargain in this country supported by democrats6 and republicans, business and labor7. the bargain was simple. if an employee contributed to the growth and profitability of the company, they got to share in the profits and the benefits as well. that's what built the middle class. it's time to restore the bargain, to deal the middle class back in. because, folks, when the middle class does well, everybody does well-the wealthy get wealthier and the poor have a way up.

分钟优秀英语演讲稿 篇七

hello,everyone

my name is 。 let me tell you something about me.

i am ,and i am a student in 。i think that i'm outgoing and funny,so i also think i'm populer at school.

i have friends in my class.we study together,play together,talk together and laugh together.we are happy every day.

i'm good at (科目),because i like it very much.and i often get good grades. but i think i can do better.my parents also said to me that i could be more hard-working.so i will work harder than before.

my favorite sprot is 。i think it is very interesting and i often do that after school or on weekends.i think that can make me be in good health.i like eating ,but hate sth very much.

i dream to do.。.because it was very.。.i hope my dreamcan come true.

now,you know a lot about me.what do you think of me?

分钟英语演讲稿 篇八

last month, i happened to watch an interview of a chinese student studying abroad. at one point the hostess asked: "for how long have you been away from home?" "three years," he said. "how do you keep in touch with your parents?" "we wrote emails," the young man replied proudly. "then i guess your parents learned how to send an email just because of you, right?" having heard this from the hostess, the young man was speechless for a long time. indeed, in the world today, it is not easy for the elder generation to keep up to date with the rapid development of technology.

this story reminded me of my concerns when i first left home for college three years ago: my parents don't understand english. they couldn't identify the buttons marked in english on our remote controls. so when i was away from home, who would help them select chinese subtitles when they wanted to watch a foreign movie on our dvd? my parents don't use pinyin, the phonetic symbols for chinese. therefore, they couldn't input chinese characters into their cell phones using the keyboard. without me, whom could they depend on when they needed to reply to a text message? i worried a lot, so before i left, i carefully prepared a flow chart on how to operate the dvd player, and stored as many template messages in my parents' phones as i could possibly think of.

fortunately, my efforts did work for my parents. however, what makes me more optimistic is that society at large is becoming more concerned about the elder generation, and the fruit of technological innovation is no longer believed to be an asset only for the young people. today, with simple chinese instructions on the remote control, even my 80-year-old grandfather can play his favorite tv program on a dvd. last year, with the money i earned from a part-time job, i bought my mother a new cell phone which supports handwritten messages instead of inputting words through a keyboard. and now, my mother no longer has to use the templates messages i've stored for her, instead, she now sends me messages as long as 300 words. the joy i have when reading those text messages is inexpressible, not only because of the words she writes, but also because our technology has indeed become a real blessing in her life.

two years ago, the counter service in our neighborhood bank was replaced by an atm station. with those intelligent machines, people can carry out all their regular banking services. my father, however, was not used to such a change. thereafter, he always walked three blocks further to a bank with a counter to use their services. in the future, however, this will no longer happen, because when i went to that atm station again last spring festival, i found a delightful change: the terminals there have adopted a voice guidance system. while i was there, i noticed a grey haired man using the voice instructions. and despite his hesitation between pressing the buttons, he left the bank with a satisfactory smile. what a marvel! my vision for the future was unfolding before my very eyes. at that moment, i rejoiced thinking of my father, someday, standing there using the banking service. i rejoiced thinking of myself that when i become old, the new inventions can still ease my life rather than making the life harder.

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