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How do you know?你怎么知道?You copied me in remember, I just it – or tried to.你抄送给我了,记得吗,我刚读了或者说试着读懂了。But whats the problem? Other people write like that!但有什么问题吗?其他人都这么写!No, maybe some people write text messages like that in an SMS message on their phones, but that is completely the wrong style for an email to a client.不是的,也许有些人用手机发短信时会这样,但写邮件给客户就完全是另一回事了。Okay Anna, lets stop listening to Tom, hes a waste of space.好的,安娜,别听汤姆的,他太没用了。These are the kinds of phrases you need in a business related email.这些是你写商务相关的邮件要用到的表达。Dear Mr Lime...I hope you are well.亲爱的Lime先生,我希望你一切都好。I am writing regarding...我写信是为了……Please could you confirm...请确认……Yours sincerely, or Best wishes.祝好。Thank you! Ill rewrite my message.谢谢。我会重新写信的。There! Id better get it checked before I send.好了!我最好在发送前找人检查一遍。Denise?丹尼斯?Yes...the other problem with Stephanie is that her legs are just too long...是的,Stephanie的另一个毛病是她的腿太长了……Oh, shes on the phone.她在打电话。...yes, like trees...是的,像树一样……Ill have to ask Tom. Tom?我去问问汤姆,汤姆?Could you this through before I send it?在我发送之前能帮我看一遍吗?Hang on, Anna, let me just finish this sentence. It’s really important.稍等,安娜,让我写完这句话,这很重要。Right. I’m y, let’s have a look. Okay.好的。我准备好了,让我们看看。好的。 /201701/483849

Gates Says Burma Guilty of Criminal Neglect After Cyclone盖茨指责缅甸政府阻挠国际救援  U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says more people will die if Burma's military government does not lift restrictions on relief aid soon. Mr. Gates spoke at an Asian security forum in Singapore, part of his tour of Asia. 美国国防部长盖茨说,如果缅甸军政府不尽快取消对救灾援助的限制,更多的人将会死亡。盖茨是访问亚洲期间在新加坡的一个亚洲安全论坛上说这番话的。High on the agenda at the Asia security forum was Burma, where the ed Nations says millions are suffering from the after-effects of Cyclone Nargis, which swept through the country nearly a month ago, leaving 134,000 people dead or missing.  亚洲安全论坛的一个重要议题就是缅甸。“纳尔吉斯”强热带风暴近一个月前席卷缅甸,造成13万4千人死亡或失踪。联合国说,仍有数百万缅甸人在风暴后的灾难中受苦。Despite letting in some aid, and some foreign relief workers, Burma's government continues to restrict the amount of help that is reaching the victims.  虽然缅甸政府已经允许一部分救援物资和一些外国救援人员进入缅甸,但是它还在限制能够到达灾民手中的援助。In remarks at the forum in Singapore, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said unless the Burmese government changes its approach, more people will die. Gates said he would describe the Burmese generals' current policy as one of - in his words - criminal neglect.  美国国防部长盖茨在新加坡的亚洲安全论坛上发表讲话时说,除非缅甸政府改变其政策,否则更多人将会死去。他说,缅甸军政府领导人目前的政策是“犯罪性的玩忽职守”。The ed States has been among those pressing Burma to let in more assistance, especially to those in the hard-hit and remote areas of the Irawaddy Delta. Four U.S. Navy ships have been standing by in the Andaman Sea off the Burmese coast for weeks, loaded with fresh water, medicine, landing craft, and helicopters that could get the aid to victims in a matter of minutes - if they had the Burmese government's permission to do so. 美国和其它一些国家敦促缅甸允许更多救援进入该国,特别是进入位于伊洛瓦底三角洲偏远的重灾区。几星期以来,四艘美国军舰一直在缅甸附近的安达曼海上待命。这些军舰上装载着洁净水、药物、登陆船和能够在几分钟之内把救援物资送到灾民手中的直升飞机,要是缅甸政府允许他们这样做的话。The U.S. Defense Secretary said no decision has been made to call off the operation, dubbed Caring Response, but he said it may be matter of days before the ships are called back.  盖茨说,目前还没有决定取消这个名叫“关怀反应”的行动。不过,他说,也许再过几天这些军舰就将被撤回。He said it is becoming clear that the Burmese authorities will not accept the assistance. Analysts say Burma's military - in power since 1962 - views the presence of foreign soldiers as a threat.  盖茨说,显然,缅甸当局不会接受援助。分析人士说,自1962年以来一直统治缅甸的军政府把外国军人进入缅甸看成一种威胁。Despite reports that aid has yet to reach hundreds of thousands of cyclone victims, Burma's deputy defense minister Aye Myint told delegates at the security forum on Sunday that relief operations in the country are over and the generals are now focusing on reconstruction.  虽然新闻报导说救援物资还没有到达几十万风暴灾民的手中,但是缅甸国防部副部长埃敏星期日对参加安全论坛的代表们说,缅甸的救灾工作已经结束,军政府领导人现在正集中精力进行重建。Burma says it needs billion to rebuild. The government has not issued any reports on how it reached that figure and foreign relief experts say it is impossible to verify since no international teams have been allowed to do a thorough assessment. Aside from Burma, Secretary Gates said the forum in Singapore covered a wide range of issues, including securing some of the world's busiest shipping lanes. "We talked about security issues, where our cooperation is good and where Malaysia has played an important role, not only in terms of protecting its own security, but in helping to protect the straits of Malacca, and against piracy and against terrorism," Gates said.After the forum, the U.S. Defense Secretary flew to Bangkok for meetings with Thai officials. His visit followed street clashes among political opponents that have raised fears of another military coup. Thailand returned to democratic rule in January after a 2006 coup ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. 200806/40804

Now, add more, let's, let's continue emotional cheating here for a second, (Yes. )alright? It, it hit a nerve with those people. What'd the women in the poll say? Which would bother them more, emotional or physical? Basically, seventy percent considered emotional cheating cheating. They basically said that they'd both bother them the same, but when said is the emotional cheating. If you guys are just talking to a woman, and thinking about a woman, and maybe having a lunch, is that cheating? Almost three quarters said yes. Alright. The majority of the women said they would not take their husbands back if they found out that he had cheated. What did . . . , the poll say about whether women would cheat? Well, this is where the polling statistics kinda fly at each other. ur. . Statistically, fifty percent of the women and men in this country supposedly cheat. Eighty percent of the women in the poll said they had not cheated. Now once again, So you can't believe them, right? Er, well, that flies in the face of (which means defy, oppose)statistics but it was interesting when I asked these women in a group and I started to pull it apart . Do a lot of women you know? Are they faithful? Would they cheat? Certainly, I was not getting an eighty percent no from that. And by the way, the question you asked them was "would you cheat on your husband if you were guaranteed that you wouldn't get caught" (yeah) which is a pretty wide open question. Yeah, and what's really, really interesting is when I asked them, are they married to their ideal men, two-thirds said yes. But at the same time, you know, do you fantasize about other men? A third said yes, they fantasize about other men. So, you know, this is a little. . . Now, what're you, what're you tackling tomorrow? Tackling tomorrow? Basically sex versus friendship, which is more important in a relationship? Cuddling or intercourse? Amazing when you ask a woman, would you rather cuddle? Would you rather have sex? We got a nation of cuddlers out there. And for us guys, we got some to learn there. It's hard to believe that we are talking about this. (Yes, it is. ) Actually. But anyway, Donny Deutsch thanks very much. And if you want more information about this, check out our website at today. msnbc. com and you can catch more of Donny's insights on this topic on the Big Idea with Donny Deutsch. That's tonight at 10/9 central time on CN. 200808/46991

Maureen Dowd is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the New York Times who tackles tough topics for a living. Now she's entering a potential mind field with her second book, it's called "Are Men Necessary? ". I like the cover by the way. Maureen Dowd. Nice to have you here. How are you doing? I'm good Matt. Despite the fact that, I mean, clearly the title of this book is gonna get a lot of attention. But why do you want to write about men and women gender in America? Well, because I have been writing about things like torture, and fake reasons to go to war and a lot of heavy things for five years, and I thought it would be fun to change the topic to gender wars. Cause we haven't talked about where men and women stand, and a long time in terms of what worked and what didn't work, starting with the sexual revolution. Right on the back cover of the book, (Right. ) you're pretty honest about what you hope to accomplish with it. Do you mind if I rea. . . it to you? "I don't understand men. They are a most inscrutable bunch really. I admit I have no answers, but for decades, I'd love to ask him the questions, I possess no special wisdom about redemption , in matters of sex and love. I'm not paddling a theory or slogan or a policy. I'm as baffled as the next woman. " So if you don't have answers, what are the questions you wanna ask? Well, that was before I saw the Panamanian mating, yes, that's all we need. Er. . . There are many questions which is starting with feminism in the late 60s or early 70s, when I came of age, we (were) supposed to protect women from being sex objects and economically dependent and caring too much about their looks and we travel this trajectory where women have gone in exactly the opposite direction. Yeah you write about the fact that here we are today and a lot of women starving themselves to death and going through plastic surgery to look like that Barbie model you are supposed to get away from. More of the women on the show, Yeah. And yeah, so we started out, you know, denouncing Barbie. Well they did, that's why I never really related, because they were trying to take all the stuff that women love, like fashion, and high heels, and shopping, and demonize it. So now, we have gone a little bit too far in the other direction where feminism has been replaced by Nazism, and women are overly obsessed with looks. So we have gone from June Cleaver in the 50s , a perfect housewife,to the bra-burni(ng) burning feminists of the 70s to, how would you describe them today? Well, now plastic breast and padded bras, and instead of not shaving their legs, they'd like the lace on the hair of their body, everything is exactly the opposite. So are you disappointed in women today? Oh no, I think it's like great progress, we started out aping men, we were going to dress like them and work like them, and have sex like them, and then we have to stop and say no, we want to relate to the world like women. So it's definitely progress. It's just access which is of very American trait. You know, it's funny because physical appearance is something you write about a lot in your book, and yet you are someone who's got a lot of ink over your own appearance. She had been called the vixen and the bombshell, in the articles I've , you've been accused of being someone who uses your feminine charms to, to kind of get what you want. How do you plead? Well, Ok, so in the book I do a lot of gender blending, so what about you, are you a vixen or bombshell? I don't know what is the equivalent term with the, . . , I probably wouldn't fit the characterization. I mean I think a lot of women tune into your show to see you. . Oh Yeah! You're a raven here and a vixen about it. . But I didn't write a book about it. So, just curious, do you plead guilty in the fact that you have also taken to some of these things in terms of physical appearance. No, that's the point of the book, that in early feminism they didn't allow women to like glamour, and fashion, and all the things we like. So It's ok now! Oh, Yeah, the only difficulty is if it goes too far in women, goes so far back in retro-terms and being so obsessed with looks. So they don't even know who's getting on the Supreme Court. Talk about that what you write about men ok, where men stand right now. Do you still believe when you talk about a study, a British study, from the 20s or so? where it's basically smart men, powerful men don't want women with high IQs by their side. Do you still believe that? Oh, well I agree with Katie, I think strong successful women can get men. Look at Katie, men are falling all over her. It's not that , it's just a little trickier, a little harder than we might have thought at the beginning when it was a road to utopian equality. Because a lot of that things we did to fascinate men, like having high power careers, and, you know, the snappy 40s be entered which Katie is an expert at that, ended up some man find that dreaming, that's awesome. Intimidating! Yeah! I meant a lot of men, Sarah Silverman has an article in Radar this month, it's about when she was at the stand-up Comedian Club, you know, she wanted it to the comics, because they had a sheer passion, but the comics wanted it to the waitresses cause they were in odd. So a lot of men, you know, like to be with women who're in odd of them, but that's no problem, then you just look for man who like to banter and play. When you work for paper like the New York Times, you write a book. Is it a harrowing ordeal to open the paper and the review of your own book inside of it? Well, I did actually. . . Cause I didn't think it was all that wonderful of a review. No, oh, Well, I never. . . I never anything about myself, but my mum had a great saying "In cases where people were being catty about you which is just put out the saucer of milk. " Get y for the , yeah. . I'd let her complete the sentence, all right. Maureen Dowd , thanks so much. Thanks Matt. Good to have you here and if you like to next except from the book. It's called "Are Men Necessary? ", you can go to our website at today. msnbc. com. 200807/45139


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