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    1.喬治‧華盛頓(George Washington)

    To persevere in one's duty and be silent is the best anwer to calumny.

    止謗莫過於盡忠職責,緘口不辯。

    2.亞伯拉罕‧林肯(Abraham Lincoln)

    If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend.

    如果你想讓一個人聽你的道理,你首先要讓他相信你是他真誠的朋友。

    3.約翰‧甘迺迪(John F. Kennedy)

    Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.

    不要問你的國家能為你做什麼,問你能為你的國家做些什麼。

    4.福蘭克林‧皮爾斯(Franklin Pierce)

    Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing. Benjamin Franklin, American pesident.

    選擇朋友要謹慎,換朋友更要謹慎。

    5.巴拉克‧歐巴馬(Barack Obama)

    I will never forget who this victory truly belongs to. It belongs to you. It belongs to you.

    我絕不會忘記這個勝利真正屬於誰,它屬於你們大家,它是你們的。

    6.富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)‎

    The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today .

    實現明天理想的唯一障礙是今天的疑慮。

    7.理察‧尼克森(Richard Nixon)

    Our destiny offers not the cup of despair , but the chalice of opportunity .

    命運给予我們的不是失望之酒,而是機會之杯。

    8.西奧多‧羅斯福(Theodore Roosevelt)

    Power invariably means both responsibility and danger .

    實力永遠意味著責任和危險。

    9.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜(Thomas Jefferson)

    A free man obtains knowledge from many sources 1 besides books .

    一個自由的人除了從書本上獲取知識外,還可以從許多别的來源獲得知識。

    10.伍德羅‧威爾遜(Woodrow Wilson)

    Law is the crystallizaton of the habit and thought of society.

    法律是社會習俗和思想的結晶。

    11.隆納‧雷根(Ronald Reagan)

    To do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest bastion of freedom .

    為了保住這最後的、最偉大的自由堡壘,我們必需盡我們所能。

    12.班傑明‧哈里森(Benjamin Harrison)

    Early to bed and early to rise , makes a man healthy , wealthy and wise .

    早睡早起會使人健康、富有和聰明。

    13.威廉‧麥金萊(William McKinley)

    The paramount duty of Congress is to stop deficiencies by the restoration of that protective legislation which has always been the firmst prop of the Treasury.

    國會的最高職責是恢復始终是國家財政最堅實支柱的保護性立法,以制止財政赤字。

    14.亞伯拉罕‧林肯(Abraham Lincoln)

    When an end is lawful and obligatory, the indispensable means to is are also lawful and obligatory .

    如果一個目的是正當而必須做的,則達到這個目的的必要手段也是正當而必須採取的。

    2009-07-15 19:10:43 補充:

    15.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜(Thomas Jefferson)

    No society can make a perpetual constitution, or even a perpetual law.

    没有哪個社會可以制訂一部永遠通用的憲法,甚至一條永遠通用的法律。

    2009-07-15 19:11:10 補充:

    16.富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)

    The world can be changed by man's endeavor, and that this endeavor can lead to something new and better .

    2009-07-15 19:11:14 補充:

    No man can sever the bonds that unite him to his society simply by averting his eyes . He must ever be receptive and sensitive to the new ; and have sufficient courage and skill to novel facts and to deal with them .

    2009-07-15 19:11:21 補充:

    人經過努力可以改變世界,這種努力可以使人類達到新的、更美好的境界。没有人能夠閉目、不看社會現實就能割断自己與社會的聯繫。他必須敏感,随時準備接受新鲜事物;他必須有勇氣與能力去面對新的事實,解决新問題。

    2009-07-15 19:11:31 補充:

    18.富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)‎

    We cannot always build the future for our youth , but we can build our youth for the future .

    我們不能總是為我們的青年造就美好未來,但我們能夠為未來造就我們的青年一代。

    2009-07-15 19:11:45 補充:

    17.亞伯拉罕‧林肯(Abraham Lincoln)

    Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be .

    對於大多數人來說,他們認定自己有多幸福,就有多幸福。

    2009-07-15 19:12:03 補充:

    19.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜

    The people may safely be trusted to hear everything true and false, and to form a correct judgment. Were it fall to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers of newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.

    2009-07-15 19:12:07 補充:

    人民是完全可以信賴的,應該讓他們聽到一切真實和虚為的東西,然後作出正確的判斷。倘使讓我來决定,我們應該是有一個政府而不要報紙呢,還是應該有報紙而不要政府,我會毫不猶豫選擇後者。

    2009-07-15 19:12:14 補充:

    20.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜(Thomas Jefferson)

    When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property.

    當一個人受到公眾信任時,他就應該把自己看作公眾的財產。

    2009-07-15 19:14:13 補充:

    另外再補充一些:

    富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)‎

    No country , however rich , can afford the waste of its human resources .

    任何一個國家,不管它多麼富裕,都浪費不起人力資源。

    2009-07-15 19:15:35 補充:

    富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)

    Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money ; it lies in the joy of achievement , in the thrill of creative effort .

    幸福不在於擁有金錢,而在於獲得成就時的喜悅以及產生創造力的激情。

    2009-07-15 19:17:01 補充:

    亞伯拉罕‧林肯(Abraham Lincoln)

    I am a slow walker , but I never walk backwards .

    我走得很慢,但是我從來不會後退。

    2009-07-15 19:32:10 補充:

    15.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜(Thomas Jefferson)

    No society can make a perpetual constitution, or even a perpetual law.

    没有哪個社會可以制訂一部永遠通用的憲法,甚至一條永遠通用的法律。

    2009-07-15 19:34:32 補充:

    16.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜

    The people may safely be trusted to hear everything true and false, and to form a correct judgment. Were it fall to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers of newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.

    2009-07-15 19:34:35 補充:

    人民是完全可以信賴的,應該讓他們聽到一切真實和虛偽的東西,然後作出正確的判斷。倘使讓我來决定,我們應該是有一個政府而不要報紙呢,還是應該有報紙而不要政府,我會毫不猶豫選擇後者。

    2009-07-15 19:35:33 補充:

    17.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜(Thomas Jefferson)

    When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property.

    當一個人受到公眾信任時,他就應該把自己看作公眾的財產。

    2009-07-15 19:38:02 補充:

    18.富蘭克林. B(Benjamin Franklin )

    If you would know the value of money , go and try to borrow some .

    要想知道錢的價值,就想辦法去借錢試試。

    2009-07-15 19:39:08 補充:

    19.富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)‎

    No country , however rich , can afford the waste of its human resources .

    任何一個國家,不管它多麼富裕,都浪費不起人力資源。

    2009-07-15 19:40:04 補充:

    20.富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福(Franklin Delano Roosevelt)

    Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen , as by little advantages that occur every day .

    與其說人類的幸福来自偶爾發生的鴻運,不如說來自每天都有的小實惠。

    2009-07-15 19:41:19 補充:

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    1.甘迺迪總統:

    Ask not what your country can do for you ask what can you do for your country ?

    不要問你們的國家能為你們做什麼,問一問你能 為國家 作甚麼?

    2.喬治‧華盛頓

    To persevere in one's duty and be silent is the best anwer to calumny.

    止謗莫過於盡忠職責,緘口不辯。

    3.亞伯拉罕‧林肯

    If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend.

    如果你想讓一個人聽你的道理,你首先要讓他相信你是他真誠的朋友。

    4.約翰‧甘迺迪

    Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.

    不要問你的國家能為你做什麼,問你能為你的國家做些什麼。

    5.福蘭克林‧皮爾斯

    Be slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing. Benjamin Franklin, American pesident.

    選擇朋友要謹慎,換朋友更要謹慎。

    6.巴拉克‧歐巴馬

    I will never forget who this victory truly belongs to. It belongs to you. It belongs to you.

    我絕不會忘記這個勝利真正屬於誰,它屬於你們大家,它是你們的。

    7富蘭克林‧德拉諾‧羅斯福‎

    The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today .

    實現明天理想的唯一障礙是今天的疑慮。

    8.西奧多‧羅斯福

    Power invariably means both responsibility and danger .

    實力永遠意味著責任和危險。

    9.湯瑪斯‧傑佛遜

    A free man obtains knowledge from many sources 1 besides books .

    一個自由的人除了從書本上獲取知識外,還可以從許多别的來源獲得知識。

    10.伍德羅‧威爾遜

    Law is the crystallizaton of the habit and thought of society.

    法律是社會習俗和思想的結晶。

    11.隆納‧雷根

    To do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest bastion of freedom .

    為了保住這最後的、最偉大的自由堡壘,我們必需盡我們所能。

    12.班傑明‧哈里森

    Early to bed and early to rise , makes a man healthy , wealthy and wise .

    早睡早起會使人健康、富有和聰明。

    13.威廉‧麥金萊

    The paramount duty of Congress is to stop deficiencies by the restoration of that protective legislation which has always been the firmst prop of the Treasury.

    國會的最高職責是恢復始终是國家財政最堅實支柱的保護性立法,以制止財政赤字。

    14.亞伯拉罕‧林肯

    When an end is lawful and obligatory, the indispensable means to is are also lawful and obligatory .

    如果一個目的是正當而必須做的,則達到這個目的的必要手段也是正當而必須採取的。

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