[00:10]In the opinion of many a newspaper editor, the typical reporter
[00:15]is a near illiterate who is dedicated to the proposition
[00:19]that the preposition is to end sentences with.
[00:29]Some of those reforms have been in the works
[00:32]since a Nigerian man allegedly tried to blow up a Detroit-bound plane
[00:38]carrying nearly 300 passengers and crew,
[00:43]Obama vowed to "strengthen our defenses" in the face of
[00:47]continuing threats from al-Qaeda.
[00:56]Robert Fulton once wrote, "The mechanic should sit down among levers, screws,
[01:03]wedges, wheels, etc., like a poet among the letters of the alphabet,
[01:10]considering them as an exhibition of his thoughts,
[01:14]in which a new arrangement transmits a new idea."
[01:22]Although Kerry has had no formal education,
[01:26]he is one of the shrewdest businessmen in the company.
[01:36]Works of several historians reveal the moral compromises made by the
[01:41]nation's early leaders and the fragile nature of the country's infancy.
[01:52]Many authors have argued for the inevitability of war from the premise that
[01:59]in the struggle for existence among animal species, only the fittest survive.
[02:12]Lin-Manuel Miranda was a sophomore at Wesleyan University
[02:16]when he began writing In the Heights,
[02:19]the hip-hop-flavored musical about the denizens of his home turf,
[02:24]Manhattan's Washington Heights neighborhood.
[02:30]A: When did you fall in love with your wife?
[02:33]B: I fell in love when I was a sophomore.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-237624-1.html