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The 53rd Emmy Awards

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MC: Thomas Schlamme has 1)previously1 won Emmys for his direction of ER, Tracy Takes On and The West Wing!

Thomas Schlamme: Thank you. I had an 2)image of myself as a fourth grader frightened that my teacher was going to catch me carrying an AM radio in my pocket, listening to the seventh game of the World Series, and if I had used all my dreams and all my imagination at that time in my life, I could have never imagined that I’d be 3)nominated for an Emmy,  let alone win one and still be 4)petrified that I’m 5)sneaking in with an AM radio to listen to the seventh game. And in these times, I have to say it’s very reassuring2 for me to know that some things never change.

MC: Ladies and gentlemen, Wayne Brady!

Wayne Brady: Hello, howdy. Now I’m really excited to be here and before I came I got calls from all sorts of friends on advice whether or not to appear tonight. A really good friend of mine I think some of you know him James Brown called me and he, and I said, “James, what should I do?” He said, 6)”Any way that send a guy that done the board that done the stage on the tennis turnout on the end of the dock3.” And I said, “OK.” And then Little Richard called me and he said, “Oh Wayne, shut up! You need to go if they gonna give you a ticket, if they don’t then give it to me, whoahhhh!” And then finally I got advice from a man that I respect a lot the 7)Reverend Jesse Jackson called me. I said, “Reverend, what should I do?” And he said, “If there are cameras on the show, then clearly my brother, you must go!” So following the good Reverend’s orders, I came here and I’m here to introduce the nominees4 for Outstanding Writing on a Variety, Music or Comedy Program.

MC: Ladies and gentlemen, CNN’s noted5 journalist and Emmy Award winner, Larry King!

Larry King: Thank you very much. You know when 8)crises6 come, entertainers do what they do best, they 9)entertain. They inspire the home front, they travel the world to cheer our troops. Some of them, as you’re about to see, are or were very famous. Many of them are or were, not famous at all, but more importantly than the songs they sing or the jokes they tell is a simple fact: they’ve always been there sharing their humanity7, sharing their faith that the simple things--one liners8, tap dancing, the healing power of a hug from a home must 10)ultimately 11)prevail. Over the years the beat of their music changes, but the heart beneath it never wavers9.CE











1)    previously [5pri:viEsli] ad. 从前,过去

2)    image [5imidN] n. 印象,影象

3)nominate [5nCmineit] v. 提名,任命

4)petrify [5petrifai] v. 使某人惊呆或吓呆

5)sneak [sni:k] v. 偷偷地做某事         

6)Any way that send a guy that done the board that done the stage on the tennis turnout on the end of the dock:这句是美国黑人的“街语”,俗称“行话”。这句话的意思是:詹姆士建议他不要参加这台晚会,而是让另外一个人去。boosdstage均指舞台;turn out意为“晚会,庆典”。

7)reverend [5revErEnd] a. 身为教士的;(大写)加在高级教士或修女等前面,构成尊称

8)crisis [5kraisis] n. 危机,复数crises

9)entertain [7entE5tein] v. 提供消遣,使高兴

10)ultimately [5QltimEtli] ad. 最后,终于

11)prevail [pri5veil] v. 盛行,流行




1 previously bkzzzC     
  • The bicycle tyre blew out at a previously damaged point.自行车胎在以前损坏过的地方又爆开了。
  • Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.让我岔开一会儿,解释原先发生了什么。
2 reassuring vkbzHi     
  • He gave her a reassuring pat on the shoulder. 他轻拍了一下她的肩膀让她放心。
  • With a reassuring pat on her arm, he left. 他鼓励地拍了拍她的手臂就离开了。
3 dock GsQx9     
  • We took the children to the dock to see the ships.我们带孩子们到码头去看轮船。
  • The corrupt official stood in the dock.那贪官站在被告席上。
4 nominees 3e8d8b25ccc8228c71eef17be7bb2d5f     
n.被提名者,被任命者( nominee的名词复数 )
  • She's one of the nominees. 她是被提名者之一。 来自超越目标英语 第2册
  • A startling number of his nominees for senior positions have imploded. 他所提名的高级官员被否决的数目令人震惊。 来自互联网
5 noted 5n4zXc     
  • The local hotel is noted for its good table.当地的那家酒店以餐食精美而著称。
  • Jim is noted for arriving late for work.吉姆上班迟到出了名。
6 crises HzXxS     
n. 危机;危险期
  • Economic crises recur periodically. 经济危机周期性地发生。
  • Great crises often call forth gifted leaders. 危急存亡之际常能产生天才的领袖。
7 humanity Nc4xR     
  • Such an act is a disgrace to humanity.这种行为是人类的耻辱。
  • We should treat animals with humanity.我们应该以仁慈之心对待动物。
8 liners fa9a1dea6b9d9d279bef3f34ddfd59b0     
邮轮( liner的名词复数 ); 客轮; 班机; 衬里
  • He came out with some good one-liners. 他讲了几个很有趣的小笑话。
  • The resins were used to turn out millions of helmet liners. 用这类树脂生产了成百万只钢盔内衬。
9 wavers cee1725c380be7993f1f0b2aa962e293     
摇摆,摇晃,动摇( waver的第三人称单数 ); 匀墨辊
  • She wavers a little when she walks. 她走路时有些摇晃。
  • At every first adventure, then, into some untried evil, the mind wavers. 因此,每当人们第一次冒险,去干某种从未干过的罪恶勾当时,心里总会犹豫不决。 来自英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
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