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  • everyminutecount大学生演讲稿

    分类:大学生演讲稿 时间:2017-06-06 本文已影响

    篇一:英语演讲Make Every Moment Count

    Make Every Moment Count

    One night, I complained to my mom about the lack of time. Finally she said,"you are short of time just because you waste precious minutes on complaints and anxiety. The point is, no matter how full your schedule is, if you try really hard, you can always fit in some thing more."

    It is the same as with filling the jar. Even if you place a dozen fist-sized rocks and a bucket of gravel into the jar, there is still space for sand and water between the rocks and gravel. “The lack of time” is just the excuse for my negligence of every single minute.

    I believe that the great dividing line between success and failure can be expressed in six words I did not have enough time.The fact is I do have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to some successful people.

    The point is I have never touched upon the real meaning of life which lies in snatching, seizing and enjoying every minute of it. No idleness, no delay, no procrastination, no complaint! It is during my moments of complaining or hesitation that my destiny is shaped. Once I make full use of every moment, I believe that, my worries will be gradually cut down to nothing.

    Time is the most valuable of all our possessions, but the most perishable as well. As Hey David Thoreau said,"You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment."

    Whenever I fell the lack of time in the future, I will tell myself " seize the day, make every moment count."

    抓住每分每秒

    有天晚上,我向妈妈抱怨自己事情太多,时间不够。她说道:“你抱怨没有时间就是因为你把珍贵的分分秒秒都浪费在抱怨和焦虑上。关键是,无论你的时间表排得多满,如果你真的努力尝试了,你还是总能间插地做些事情。”

    这同填充广口瓶是一个道理,即使你将一小堆拳头大小的石块和一桶碎石倒进瓶里,也还能继续倒入沙子和水,使其漏进石块的间隙中去。

    “没时间”无异于我为自己浪费分分秒秒找的托词罢了。我相信成功与失败的一线之差可以用六个字来形容:“我没足够时间。”

    然而事实上,我与一些成功人士每天所拥有的时间分秒不差。

    关键是我并未触及生命的真谛:抓住,享受生命的每一分钟。不要碌碌无为,不要耽搁推迟,不要牢骚抱怨!往往是在我抱怨和迟疑的时候,我的命运就被决定了。而一旦我能善用分分秒秒,我相信我的烦恼也会被逐渐瓦解。

    在我们所拥有的财富中,时间是最珍贵而又最不持久的。正如梭罗所说的那样:“你得抓住现在,把握机会,在短暂的瞬间中寻找永恒。”

    如果将来我再发觉没时间的时候,我会告诫自己,“抓住今天,抓住每分每秒。”

    篇二:大学生英语演讲文章20篇(英汉对照版)

    大学生英语演讲稿I believe in our future

    六、 周怡雪,19岁,上海

    I believe in our future

    Honorable Judges, fellow students:

    Good afternoon!

    Recently, ther is a heated debate in our society. The college students are the beneficiaries of a rare privilege, who receive exceptional education at extraordinary places. But will we be able to face the challenge and support ourselves against all odds? Will we be able to better the lives of others? Will we be able to accept the responsibility of building the future of our country?

    The cynics say the college students are the pampered lost generation, which would cringe at the slightest discomfort. But the cynics are wrong. The college students I see are eagerly learning about how to live independently. We help each other clean the dormitory, go shopping and bargain together, and take part time jobs to supplement our pocket money.

    The cynics say we care for nothing other than grades; and we neglect the need for character cultivation. But again, the cynics are wrong. We care deeply for each other, we cherish freedom, we treasure justice, and we seek truth. Last week, thousands of my fellow students had their blood type tested in order to make a contribution for the children who suffer from blood cancer.

    As college students, we are adolescents at the critical turning po 2000 int in our lives. We all face a fundamental choice: cynicism or faith, each will profoundly impact our future, or even the future of our country. I believe in all my fellow classmates. Though we are still inexperienced and even a little bit childish. I believe that we have the courage and faith to meet any challenge and take on our responsibilities. We are preparing to assume new responsibilities and tasks, and to use the education we have received to make our world a better place. I believe in our future.

    我对未来充满信心

    尊敬的评委,各位同学:

    下午好!

    最近,社会上有一场很激烈的争论。大学生是一种稀有特权的享有者,在很棒的地方接受高等教育。但是,我们能面对挑战而无所畏惧吗?我们能够改善他人的生活吗?我们能够承担建设祖国未来的重任吗?

    怀疑论者说大学生是被宠坏的一代,一丁点挫折都受不了。但是他们错了,我所看到的大学生正在努力的学习独立生活。我们互相帮助打扫卫生,一起上街砍价购物,一起参加兼职工作来赚零花钱。

    怀疑论者说我们除了成绩什么都不关心,从而忽略了性格的培养。但是,他们又错了。我们彼此关心,我们向往自由,我们珍惜公正,我们追求真理。上个星期,很多我的同学去验血,为了给患血癌的孩子贡献自己的力量。

    作为大学生,我们是处在人生分水岭的青年。我们都面临一个重要的选择:怀疑人生还是相信自己,每一种都会给我们的人生带来重大的影响,甚至影响我们祖国的未来。我相信我们的同学们,虽然我们依然缺乏经验,甚至有些志气,但是我相信我们有勇气和自信来面对生活的挑战并承担我们的责任。我们正努力准备接受新的任务,用我们所学习的知识将世界变得更美好。我对我们的未来充满信心。

    大学生英语演讲稿17 Change The Ingredients Of Your Life

    十七、 王晨,20岁,安徽

    Change The Ingredients Of Your Life

    This is a glass of water, tasteless, right? However if you add sugar, it will taste sweet, but if you add vinegar, it will become bitter. The same is true with our life____ the flavor is created by our choices.

    If kindness is added to a strange you will have a friend; but if hostility is added, you will have an enemy. If love is added to a pile of red bricks you will have a home, but if hatred is add to those bricks , you will have an concentration camp.

    So my dear friends, never complain that life is boring and the world is disappointing. If don‘t like the taste of your life, change the ingredients.

    Three year ago, I weighed more than 100 hundred kilograms which caused significant embarrassment and frustration in my life. Like always failing my P.E examinations, like always being laughed at by girls, like being terrified to speak in public. It was my gr

    andmother‘s encouragement that revived from my passive attitude to become confident in myself. She said ― My dear, if you can‘t change you figure, why not treat it as your own style. So I began to cautiously employ the new way of thinking. By choosing to change my outlook on life, I developed the confidence to make a difference and finally I found a totally new world.

    So my dear friend, if faith, hope, love, endurance are added to your life, you will find the confidence to conquer your limitation and embrace new challenges. And hopefully with my speech included, you will have a fantastic speech contest.

    改变生活的味道

    这是一杯白开水,平淡无味,对吧?可是加上点糖呢,他尝起来会有甜味;如果加的是苏打水,味道就会变苦。人生同样如此——个中滋味在于我们的选择。

    善待他人,你会拥有朋友;但如果充满恶意,则会多个敌人。将爱赋予一堆红砖,你会拥有一个家;用仇恨来浇铸这堆红砖,就会铸成一座集中营。

    因此亲爱的朋友们,不要抱怨人生乏味,世间无望。不喜欢生活的味道,那就换一换生活的调料吧!

    三年前,我重达100多公斤,这给我带来了很多尴尬和挫折:体育课老是不及格,总被女孩们嘲笑,更不敢当众发表意见。幸而由于祖母的鼓励,我不在消极人生,而是充满自信。她曾经说过:―孩子,如果体形无法改变,为什么不把它看做自己独特的风格呢?‖ 我开始这样来审视人生,通过改变生活的视角,我信心大增地去改变我的人生,很快就发现一个崭新的世界。

    朋友们,将信念,希望,爱意和忍性溶入生命,你就会找到自信,克服缺点,迎接人生新的挑战。最后我的演讲包括在内,希望你会看到一场精彩的演讲比赛。 大学生英语演讲稿16

    十六、 杨颖,21岁,海南

    The East and the West, Let‘s enjoy the combination of the two cultures?

    Kipling said:―East is east, and west is west, and never the twain shall meet!‖ But now, a century later, they have met.

    They have met in business. They have met in education. They have met in the arts. Some people will argue that these meetings will leave us with a choice between east and west, but I believe that the best future lies in the creative combination of both worlds. We can make western ideas, customs and technology our own, and adapt them to our own use. We can enjoy the best of both worlds, because our tradition is, above all, one of selecting the best and making it our own.

    I love Beijing and Hennan opera because it always reminds me of who I am. But I am also a fan of pop music, especially English songs. So I have combined eastern melody with western language. It is called western henna opera.

    When two cultures meet, there may be things in one culture, which do not fit into the tradition of the other. When this happens, we need to learn to understand and respect the customs of another culture. Then there are certain things some people may not like. To this, I will say, if you do not like it, please try to tolerate it. To learn to tolerate what you personally don‘t like is a great virtue at a time when different cultures mix and merge. Before us, there are two rivers, eastern and western cultures. At present, they may run in different courses. But eventually, they will converge into the vast sea of human culture.

    Right now, I can see peoples of eastern and western cultures, standing side by side, singing the Olympic theme song: we are hand in hand, heart to heart, together we will shape a beautiful tomorrow! Thank you!

    让我们共同感受东西方的融合

    吉卜林说过:东方是东方,西方是西方,二者永不相聚。但是一个世纪后的今天,东西方相汇了! 它们相聚在经济领域,它们相聚在教育领域,它们相聚在艺术的殿堂。有人争论说:这种融合需要我们在东方和西方之间做出选择,但我却坚信最美好的未来在于东方和西方创造性的融合。我们可以将西方的思想,观念和技术变为我们自己所用的东西。

    我喜爱京剧和河南豫剧,因为它们经常使我想起自己是谁。但我也热衷于流行音乐,特别是英文歌曲。于是我将东方的旋律和西方的语言结合到了一起,它叫做西方版的河南豫剧。

    当两种文化相结合的时候,也许一方的文化中的某些东西不适应另一方的传统文化。当此种情况出现时,我们需要试着理解并接受另一种文化中的风俗习惯。然而,也许有些东

    西你并不喜欢,对于此,我可以说,如果你不喜欢它,请试着去容忍它。当两种文化融合的时候,试着去容忍你个人不喜欢的东西是一种美德。

    在我们面前有两条河流,东方文化和西方文化。现在,它们也许正朝着不同的方向流去。但是最终它们将汇合到人类文化的海洋里。

    就在此时此刻,我看见东方和西方的人肩并肩的站在一起,高唱奥林匹克主题曲:我们手拉手,心靠着心,共同创造美好的明天!

    大学生英语演讲稿英语风采大赛半决赛选手自备演讲赏析(大学成人组)

    十五、 黄扬,21,福建

    Farewell, Indifference

    Who was the most well-known figure in China last month? It‘s Ma JiaJue—the college student who murdered 4 of his roommates. Many people attributed his crime to his poverty and deficient education. In my opinion, his crime also has much t 2000 o do with his classmates‘ indifference.

    Indifference is a terrible disease in today‘s colleges and the whole society. It‘s not rare th

    everyminutecount大学生演讲稿

    at two students who have studied together for 4 years have never spoken to each other. It‘s not rare that a student who has been absent from class for several days is not noticed at all. It‘s also not rare that a student who has severe psychological problems is not cared about at all.

    Some people may say ?What the students with psychological problems like Ma JiaJue need is not care but psychotherapy.‖ However, when people are ill, what they need most is not only medical treatment, but also care from people around them. Every smile and every caring word will bring sunshine to their life.

    I once heard one of my roommates who was an introverted girl sobbing at mid-night. Being afraid of disturbing her, I sent a text message to comfort her. The next day, she told me that she was crying for not being invited to one of her friend‘s birthday party. She thought she was neglected by others. But my message was really comforting which told her someone still cared about her.

    What can we do to prevent the tragedy of Ma JiaJue from happening again? Some people may say ?Let‘s open more psychological courses in schools.‘ and other people m

    篇三:何江哈弗大学演讲稿

    commencement /k?`mensm?nt /

    [count] AMERICAN a GRADUATION ceremony

    soak / s?uk; sok/ v

    [I, Ipr] ~ (in sth) become thoroughly wet by being in liquid or by absorbing liquid 浸; 泡; 湿透: The dirty clothes are soaking in soapy water. 脏衣服都在肥皂水里泡着呢. * Leave the dried beans to soak overnight. 把这些乾豆子泡一夜.

    ignite / ?g?na?t; ?ɡˋna?t/ v [I, Tn] (cause sth to) catch fire (使某物)燃烧, 着火; 点火; 点燃: Petrol ignites very easily. 汽油易燃. * He struck a match and ignited the fuse. 他划了根火柴, 点着了导火索.

    penetrate / ?pen?tre?t; ˋp?n??tret/ v

    [Ipr, Tn] ~ (into/through)sthmake a way into or through sth进入或穿过某物: Our troops have penetrated (into) enemy territory. 我部队已深入到敌占区. * The mist penetrated (into) the room. 雾已渗入室内. * The heavy rain had penetrated right through her coat. 大雨湿透了她的大衣. * (fig 比喻) The cat's sharp claws penetrated (ie pierced) my skin. 猫的尖爪刺进了我的皮层.

    searing / `s?r?? / adjective

    extreme in degree or strength:

    searing pain/passion/poignancy

    searing heat

    de·ac·ti·vate/ di`?kt?,ve?t / verb [transitive]

    to prevent something such as a bomb or an ALARM from being able to work

    ven·om/ `ven?m / noun [uncount]

    poison produced by some animals, especially snakes and insects

    rem·e·dy1 / `rem?di / noun [count] **

    a cure for pain or a minor illness:

    herbal remedies

    incorporate

    / ?n?k??p?re?t; ?nˋk?rp?ret/ v

    [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (in/into sth) make sth part of a whole; include 将某事物包括进去; 包含: Many of your suggestions have been incorporated in the new plan. 你的建议多已纳入新计画中

    linger / ?l??g?(r); ˋl??ɡ?/ v [I, Ipr, Ip]

    stay for a long time; be unwilling to leave 逗留; 徘徊: She lingered after the concert, hoping to meet the star. 音乐会後她徘徊不去, 希望能一见明星.

    manipulate / m??n?pjule?t; m?ˋn?pj??let/ v [Tn]

    control or handle (sth) with skill 熟练控制或操纵(某事物): manipulate the gears and levers of a machine 熟练操纵机器的排挡和变速杆 * Primitive man quickly learned how to manipulate tools. 原始人很快学会了使用工具.

    neural / ?nju?r?l; ˋnj?r?l/ adj(anatomy 解) of the nerves 神经的.

    amass / ??m?s; ?ˋm?s/ v [Tn] gather together or collect (sth), esp in large quantities (尤指大量地)积累, 积聚, 收集(某事物): amass a fortune 积累财富

    afflict / ??fl?kt; ?ˋfl?kt/ v [usu passive 通常用於被动语态: Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb/sth (with sth) cause trouble, pain or distress to sb/sth使某人[某物]苦恼﹑疼痛或悲痛: She is afflicted with (ie suffers from) arthritis. 她患关节炎.

    impede / ?m?pi?d; ?mˋpid/ v [Tn] hinder or obstruct the progress or movement of (sb/sth) 阻碍, 妨碍, 阻止(某人[某事物]): The development of the project was seriouslyimpeded by a reduction in funds. 由於基金削减工程进度严重受阻.

    profound / pr??faund; pr?ˋfa?nd/ adj

    [usuattrib通常作定语] (fml文) deep, intense or far-reaching; verygreat深的; 深切的; 深远的; 极度的; 极大的: a profoundsigh, silence, sleep, shock 一声长叹﹑一片死寂﹑一阵酣睡﹑一次沉重的打击 * take a profound interest in sth对某事物产生极大的兴趣 pandemic / p?n?dem?k; p?nˋd?m?k/ n, adjdisease occurring over a whole country or the whole world 全国或全世界流行的(疾病).

    demon / ?di?m?n; ˋdim?n/ n

    wicked or cruel spirit 恶魔; 魔鬼: medieval carvings of demons中世纪的魔鬼雕像. lethal / ?li?θl; ˋliθ?l/ adj

    causing or able to cause death 致死的; 能致命的: a lethal dose of poison 毒药的致命剂量 * lethal weapons致命武器.

    budding / `b?d?? / adjective [only before noun]

    at the very beginning of a career in writing, acting, politics, etc. and likely to be successful at it:

    emphasize

    em·pha·size/ `emf?,sa?z / verb [transitive]

    to give particular importance or attention to something:

    At school they emphasize good manners.

    pivotal / `p?v?tl / adjective

    extremely important and affecting how something develops:

    a pivotal moment in the history of the Egyptian state

    He played a pivotal role in the negotiations.

    a pivotal figure/player in U.S. politics

    He Jiang’s Harvard University 2016 Commencement Address

    May 26, 2016

    When I was in middle school, a poisonous spider bit my right hand. I ran to my mom for help, but instead of taking me to a doctor, my mom set my hand on fire.

    After wrapping my hand with several layers of cotton, then soaking in wine, she put a chopstick into my mouth and ignited the cotton. Heat quickly penetrated the cotton and began to roast my hand. The searing pain made me want to scream, but the

    chopstick prevented it. All I could do was watch my hand burn – one minute, then two minutes – until my mom put out the fire.

    You see, the part of China I grew up in was a rural village and at that time,

    pre-industrial. When I was born, my village had no cars, no telephones, no electricity, not even running water. And we certainly didn’t have access to modern medical

    resources. There was no doctor my mom could bring me to see about the spider bite.For those who study biology, you may have grasped the science behind my mom’s cure – heat deactivates proteins and a spider’s venom is simply a form of protein. It’s cool how that folk remedy actually incorporates basics about chemistry, isn’t it? But I am a Ph.D. student in biochemistry at Harvard. I now know that better, less painful and less risky treatments existed. So I can’t help but ask myself why I didn’t receive one at the time.

    Fifteen years have passed since that incident. I’m happy to report that my hand is fine. But this question linge 2000 rs and I continue to be troubled by the unequal distribution of scientific knowledge throughout the world. We’ve learnt to edit the human genome and unlock many secrets of how cancer progresses. We can manipulateneural activity literally with a switch of light. Each year brings more advances in biomedical research – exciting transformative accomplishments. Yet, despite the knowledge

    we’veamassed, we haven’t been so successful in deploying it to where it is needed most. According to the World Bank, 12 percent of the world population lives on less than $2 a day; malnutrition kills more than 3 million children annually. 300 million

    people are afflicted by malaria globally. All over the world, we constantly see these problems of poverty, illness and a lack of resources impeding the flow of scientific information. Life-saving knowledge we take for granted in our modern world is often unavailable in these underdeveloped regions. And so, in far too many places, people are still essentially trying to cure a spider bite with fire.

    While studying at Harvard, I saw how scientific knowledge can help others in simple yet profound ways. The bird flu pandemic in the 2000s looked to my village like spell cast by demons. Our folk medicine didn’t even have half measures to offer. What’s more, famers didn’t know the difference between common cold and flu. They didn’t understand that the flu was much more lethal than common cold. Most of them were also unaware that the virus could transmit across different animal species. So when I realized that simple hygiene practices like separating different animal species could help contain the spread of this disease and that I could help make this

    knowledge available to my village, that was my first “ah-ha” moment as a budding scientist. But it was more than that. It was also a vital inflection point of my own ethical development, my own self-understanding as a member of the global community.

    Harvard dares us to dream big, to aspire to change the world. Here on this Commencement Day, we’re probably thinking of the grand destinations and big adventures that await us. As for me, I’m also thinking of the farmers in my village. My experience here reminds me how important it is for researchers to communicate our knowledge to those who need it. Because by using the science we already have, we could probably bring my village and thousands like it into the world you and I take for granted every day. And that’s an impact every one of us can make!

    But the question is: will we make the effort or not?

    More than ever before, our society emphasizes science and innovation. But an equally important emphasis should be on distributing the knowledge we have to those who need it. Changing the world doesn’t mean everyone has to find the next big thing.It can be as simple as becoming better communicators and fining more creative ways to pass on the knowledge we have to people like my mom and farmers in the local community. Our society also needs to recognize that the equal distribution of knowledge is a pivotal step of human development. And we’ll work to bring this into reality. And if we do that, then perhaps a teenager in rural China who is bitten by a poisonous spider will no longer have to burn his hand, but will know to seek a doctor instead.

    Thank you. Xiexie.

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