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          有關理想的英語演講稿:理想和現實

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          有關理想的英語演講稿:理想和現實

           

            Good morning everyone
            
            It's a great honor for me to stand here to deliver a speech to you. Then today I want to talk something about dreams and reality.
            
            As the famous Russian litterateur Lev Tolstoy (列夫、托爾斯泰)said, “Ideal is the beacon(煙火、燈塔). Without ideal, there is no secure (無慮的, 安全的, 安心的, 可靠的, 保險的)direction; without a direction, there is no life.” So there’s no doubt that everyone needs his or her own ideal. Have you ever thought that what is practical and sensible(.明智的, 有感覺的, 明理的) will connect with our most treasured dreams? Maybe, to somebody, reality has little relation to ideal. To others nothing can be done without the sense of reality. So make our dreams a part of our reality. And make our reality a part of our dreams. There is no reason why our dreams must oppose our reality. Improve our dreams and our reality by bringing them together.
            
            As a university student, establishing a dream is one of the most important things we have to do .But everyone must see the reality clearly at first. Your family condition, your personal ability, your social intercourse (交往、交流), your subject and the job you want to do, these things show you the reality and lead you to establish a dream.
            
            Further more, difficult or otherwise, we should put the power of reality into our dreams. Last but not least 最后但并不是最不重要的(一點) remember to work hard at the task of chasing 追逐our dreams. Do believe that we can achieve our ideal step by step by the passage of time! 一段時間之后
            
            In the end, I want to share with you a poetry <app:lookup:poetry> named " I think I can"
            
            Maybe you can not understand the meaning of the poetry , But do not be worried ,Let me tell you the meaning
            
            Thank you for your listening!

           

           

           

           

           

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