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雅思口语素材:乔布斯语录

发布时间:2012-12-04 09:56:44 来源:朗阁培训中心 编辑:朗阁小编

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宁波朗阁小编为大家整理了雅思口语素材:乔布斯语录,供考生们参考,以下是详细内容。
  下面宁波朗阁小编为大家整理了雅思口语素材:乔布斯语录,供考生们参考,以下是详细内容。
  史蒂夫·乔布斯(1955-2011),发明家、企业家、美国苹果公司联合创办人、前行政总裁。1976年乔布斯和朋友成立苹果电脑公司,他陪伴了苹果公司数十年的起落与复兴,先后领导和推出了麦金塔计算机、iMac、iPod、iPhone等风靡全球亿万人的电子产品,深刻地改变了现代通讯、娱乐乃至生活的方式。2011年10月5日他因病逝世,享年56岁。乔布斯是改变世界的天才,他凭敏锐的触觉和过人的智慧,勇于变革,不断创新,引领全球资讯科技和电子产品的潮流,把电脑和电子产品变得简约化、平民化,让曾经是昂贵稀罕的电子产品变为现代人生活的一部分。
  乔布斯的成就和人格魅力影响了一代人和整个世界,这个精力充沛魅力无限的家伙同时也是一个很会鼓动人心的激励大师。在雅思口语考试中,常常会出现这样一类题目:
  人物篇(People)
  A Leader You Admire
  Describe a leader who you admire (for example,in sport,business or politics)。
  You should say:
  - who this person is
  - (how he or she became a leader)
  - what this person did (has done) that you admire
  - how you know this person or know about this person
  and explain how ( = why) this leader’s qualities impressed you.
  这里小编摘取了一些经典的乔氏语录,希望对雅思考试的同学们搜集雅思口语素材时有所帮助。
  The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it。
  成就一番伟业的唯一途径就是热爱自己的事业。如果你还没能找到让自己热爱的事业,继续寻找,不要放弃。跟随自己的心,总有一天你会找到的。
  There is no shortcut to excellence. You will have to make the commitment to make excellence your priority. Use your talents, abilities, and skills in the best way possible and get ahead of others by giving that little extra. Live by a higher standard and pay attention to the details that really do make the difference. Excellence is not difficult - simply decide right now to give it your best shot - and you will be amazed with what life gives you back。
  成功没有捷径。你必须把卓越转变成你身上的一个特质。最大限度地发挥你的天赋、才能、技巧,把其他所有人甩在你后面。高标准严格自己,把注意力集中在那些将会改变一切的细节上。变得卓越并不艰难——从现在开始尽自己最大能力去做——你会发现生活将给你惊人的回报。
  Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary。
  你的时间有限,所以不要为别人而活。不要被教条所限,不要活在别人的观念里。不要让别人的意见左右自己内心的声音。最重要的是,勇敢的去追随自己的心灵和直觉,只有自己的心灵和直觉才知道你自己的真实想法,其他一切都是次要。
  I've got it down to four words: "Do what you love." Seek out an occupation that gives you a sense of meaning, direction and satisfaction in life. Having a sense of purpose and striving towards goals gives life meaning, direction and satisfaction. It not only contributes to health and longevity, but also makes you feel better in difficult times. Do you jump out of bed on Monday mornings and look forward to the work week? If the answer is 'no', keep looking, you'll know when you find it。
  我把这段话浓缩为:“做我所爱”。去寻找一个能给你的生命带来意义、价值和让你感觉充实的事业。拥有使命感和目标感才能给生命带来意义、价值和充实。这不仅对你的健康和寿命有益处,而且即使在你处于困境的时候你也会感觉良好。在每周一的早上,你能不能利索的爬起来并且对工作日充满期待?如果不能,那么你得重新去寻找。你会感觉得到你是不是真的找到了。
  Live in a way that is ethically responsible. Try to make a difference in this world and contribute to the higher good. You'll find it gives more meaning to your life and it's a great antidote to boredom. There is always so much to be done. And talk to others about what you are doing. Don't preach or be self-righteous, or fanatical about it, that just puts people off, but at the same time, don't be shy about setting an example, and use opportunities that arise to let others know what you are doing。
  带着责任感生活,尝试为这个世界带来点有意义的事情,为更高尚的事情做点贡献。这样你会发现生活更加有意义,生命不再枯燥。需要我们去做的事情很多。告诉其他人你的计划,不要鼓吹,也不要自以为是,更不能盲目狂热,那样只会把人们吓跑,当然,你也不要害怕成为榜样,要抓住出头的机会让人们知道你的所作所为。
  It is the kind of mind that can see things as they are, which step by step and in a flash can realize the original nature of everything. Beginner's mind is Zen practice in action. It is the mind that is innocent of preconceptions and expectations, judgements and prejudices. Think of beginner's mind as the mind that faces life like a small child, full of curiosity and wonder and amazement。
  不要迷惑于表象而要洞察事务的本质,初学者的心态是行动派的禅宗。所谓初学者的心态是指,不要无端猜测、不要期望、不要武断也不要偏见。初学者的心态正如一个新生儿面对这个世界一样,永远充满好奇、求知欲、赞叹。
  Don't equate making mistakes with being a mistake. There is no such thing as a successful person who has not failed or made mistakes, there are successful people who made mistakes and changed their lives or performance in response to them, and so got it right the next time. They viewed mistakes as warnings rather than signs of hopeless inadequacy. Never making a mistake means never living life to the full。
  犯错误不等于错误。从来没有哪个成功的人没有失败过或者犯过错误,相反,成功的人都是犯了错误之后,做出改正,然后下次就不会再错了,他们把错误当成一个警告而不是万劫不复的失败。从不犯错意味着从来没有真正活过。
  以上就是宁波朗阁为大家整理的雅思口语素材:乔布斯语录,非常实用。最后,预祝大家在雅思考试中取得好成绩!
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