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英语演讲材料

(有关于成功的)

ON THE WAY TO SUCCESS

Good everning !everyone ! now please allow me make a brief introduction myself my name is …..the title of my speech is on the way to success .

There is no doubt that everyone wants to achieve success .so do I ,but how do you difine success? became a millionaire? Or want to win the Nobel Prize? I think such ambitions are tend to daydreams . the most important thing is self-confidence. self-confidence is the first step which access to success. In my opinion I really agree on it .in our daily life , the reason why so many people failed to the goals is that they have no self-confidence in anything they do .as we al know. there are to many examples proved that the importance of self-confidence aroud us. we can learn form them /like Li yang.

Liyang’s English is very poor in a freshman.but from spohmore on . he keep practicing his oral English and spoke out loudly, one hour everyday ,what made him into this? self-confidence .

Ok !in a word . the key to success is that whatever you do .you should have self-confidence all the time. If you always

keep it in you mind.you will achieve great success!thank you for your listening my speech!

That’s all

Thank you !

翻译:

大家晚上好!现在请允许我进行一个简单的自我介绍,我的名字是。。。。。我演讲的主题是在成功的道路上!

毫无疑问每个人都想成功,但你是怎样定义成功的呢?成为一个亿万富翁?或者成为诺贝尔获得者?我认为像这样的野心跟做白日梦一样,最重要的是要自信!自信是走上成功的第一步,我的观点是我非常同意他,在我们日常生活中,这就是为什么很多人失败的原因,那是他们做任何事都没有自信,在我们身边有很多例子可以证明自信的重要性,我们可以向他们学习,像李阳。

李阳的英语在大一的时候很差,但是从大二的时候,他每天都在坚持连他的口语,和大声朗读,是什么使他这样?自信!

总之一句话,通往成功的秘诀就是;不管你做什么你都要一直有自信,假如你一直在你的脑海中保持他,你将会取得极大的成功!谢谢你能听我的演讲!

就这些!

谢谢!

篇二:英语演讲材料

英语演讲材料

(有关于成功的)

ON THE WAY TO SUCCESS

Good everning !everyone !my name is …..the title of my speech is on the way to success .

There is no doubt that everyone wants to achieve success .so do I ,but how do you difine success? became a millionaire? Or want to win the Nobel Prize? I think such ambitions are tend to daydreams . the most important thing is self-confidence. self-confidence is the first step which access to success. In my opinion I really agree on it .in our daily life , the reason why so many people failed to the goals is that they have no self-confidence in anything they do .as we al know. there are to many examples proved that the importance of self-confidence aroud us. we can learn form them /like Li yang.

Liyang’s English is very poor in a freshman.but from spohmore on . he keep practicing his oral English and spoke out loudly, one hour everyday ,what made him into this? self-confidence .

Ok !in a word . the key to success is that whatever you do .you should have self-confidence all the time. If you always keep it in you mind.you will achieve great success!thank you for

your listening my speech! That’s all

Thank you !

篇三:英语演讲材料

The most important lesson I have learnt

Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

Today, I would like to talk about perseverance, which I learnt it from a lesson given by Michel Yu when I was at junior one.

Once when I was listening to his speech through the video clip, he came to stage and shared with us about his personal failure of being admitted to Peking University. Then he asked all the audiences to think aboutwhat is the first factor you will take into consideration when you were facing failure. At that time, I didn’t pay much attention to it since I grew up under the circumstance that I was always told that failure in only failure, which I haven’t experienced before. However, each of the audiences replied it without hesitation, perseverance.

Taking my preparation for TOEFL as an example, I have been taking the TOEFL courses in New Oriental for almost twenty days. During the eight-hour course per day, I felt myself in such a strange position, I can speak, but I don’t know how to speak well, I can write, but I don’t know how to write a good essay. Nearly when I am gonna give it up, I cannot help recalling the moment I heard the speech, the power and the reply of perseverance.

Ladies and gentlemen, it is the power of perseverance that makes everything goes well, it is the power of perseverance that eliminates the pessimistic emotion, it is the power of perseverance that drives me to take more responsibility and work harder. Right now when I standing here, I’ve noticed that it is time to go on with my preparation for TOEFL, and it is time to stick to your own goal, no matter what happens and where you stand.

Thank you.

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My college life

Hello everyone!

I’m very glad to stand here and share my ideas about my college life experience with you all.

Compared with high school life, college life is more open and vivid, however, at the meantime, we should make more decision by ourselves rather than depend on others, and we must be more responsible to what we say and what we do.

In my part, there are something I feel satisfied with or disappointed about in the past college life. Now I will speak about what I feel satisfied.

Firstly, I have more freedom to enjoy doing interesting things rather than just study, study and study. It’s true that I have more opportunities to reach the world beyond school. Going out for meals, watching a movie, or just walking along with friends can be great experience. All sorts of activities have enriched my life. Recall my high school life, I’m never in lack of passion and energy, but to be frankly, I must say that life in high school seemed to be dull, even sometimes we just studied hard without knowing anything else.

Secondly, in college life, I got some new friends and precious friendship. Communicating with friends is always more easy and comfortable. Studying and working together with friends made me feel well. And this kind of atmosphere is truly what I used to dream of

previously.

Another part I feel satisfied with is that I learn some useful skills. Some skills seemed to be boring and complicated. Take programing for example, there were many nights I stayed up late in order to write or correct my codes. Sometimes I didn’t succeed at last thought I paid great efforts. However, through writing codes, I got to know more about computer programing. And the sense of achievement after solving a hard problem can be unforgettable.

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In college, I got more access to latest information about our society and world. When I think about a thing, my thought is no longer confined to the thing itself. I learn to consider things in different ways. Additionally, my horizons are broadened.

On the other hand, regret to say, my college life doesn’t run all in my initial expectation. Some disappointing things do exist.

For instance, some goals I build for myself was abandoned or laid aside. I once try to learn an instrument, but unfortunately, my limited time made this goal nearly impossible to achieve. As is known to us, learning an instrument is time-consuming. At last, this goal was given up at last.

In college, I used to lead a regular life, this needs good

self-discipline, however, now I always stayed up late and sometimes waked up late too. And I failed to do exercise on a regular basis.

Another thing I have to say is that in college I communicated less with my parents and old-friends, this is all my fault. I should have done better. However, my attention was drawn away by something else.

As for exercise, I have mention it just before, now I won’t talk about it here.

Ok, next I will talk about my plans in the rest of my college life.

Firstly, I will try my best to study for the postgraduate exam, so much of my time was wasted before, so in the next two years I must work hard to make up for that. Secondly, I think leading a healthy life is also important, I will try to eat less unhealthy food and avoid staying up late. I will also try to cultivate good sociality ability, learn to cooperate with different people. That’s truly a challenge for me, because I was week in this now.

That’s all. Thanks for listening my speech.

篇五:英语演讲材料

“21世纪·爱立信杯”全国英语演讲比赛冠军得主演讲

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作者: 孙宁 | 发布日期: 2003-9-22 9:01:46

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To me March 28th was a lucky day. It was on that particular evening that I found myself at central stage, in the

spotlight. Winning the "21st

Century·Ericsson Cup" Seventh National English

Speaking Competition is a memory that I shall

treasure and one that will surely stay.

More important than winning the Cup is the

friendship that has been established and developed among the contestants, and the chance to

communicate offstage in addition to competing

onstage. Also the competition helps boost public

speaking in China, a skill hitherto undervalued.

For me, though, the competition is a more personal experience. Habitually shy, I had been reluctant to take part in any such activities. Encouraged by my

friends, however, I made a last-minute decision to give it a try. In the course of preparation I somehow rediscovered myself, a truer me.

I found that, after all, I like communicating with other people; that exchanging views can be so much fun—and so much rewarding, both emotionally and intellectually; that public speaking is most effective when you are least guarded; and that it is essential to success in every walk of life.

At a more practical level, I realized knowing what you are going to say and how you are going to say it are equally important. To take the original ideas out of your head and transplant them, so to speak, to that of others, you need to have an organized mind. This ability improves with training.

Yet there should not be any loss or addition or

distortion in the process. Those ideas that finally find their way into another head need to be recognizably yours. Language is a means to transmit information, not a means to obstruct communication. It should be lucid to be penetrating.

In China, certain public speaking skills have been unduly emphasized. Will it really help, we are

compelled to ask, to bang at the podium or yell at the top of your lungs, if you have come with a poorly organized speech, a muddled mind, and unwillingness to truly share your views?

Above all, the single most important thing I learnt was that as a public speaker, you need to pay

attention, first and foremost, to the content of your speech. And second, the structure of your speech: how one idea relates and progresses to another. Only after these come delivery and non-verbal

communication: speed control, platform manner, and so on. Pronunciation is important, yet of greater importance is this: Is your language competent enough to express your ideas exactly the way you intend them to be understood?

I was informed afterwards that I was chosen to be the winner for my "appropriately worded speech, excellent presence and quick-witted response". In so remarking, the judges clearly showed their preference:

they come to listen for meaningful ideas, not for loose judgments, nor easy laughters.

Some contestants failed to address their questions head on. Some were able to, but did not know where to stop—the dragging on betrayed their lack of confidence. The root cause was that they did not listen attentively to the questions. Or they were thinking of what they had prepared.

As I said in my speech, "It is vitally important that we young people do more serious thinking ... to take them [issues like globalization] on and give them honest thinking is the first step to be prepared for both opportunities and challenges coming our way". We need to respond honestly.

A competition like this draws talented students from all over the country. And of course, I learnt more things than just about public speaking. Since in the final analysis, public speaking is all about effective communication. And this goes true for all communications, whatever their setting.

And the following is the final version of my speech: GLOBALIZATION:

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR CHINA'S YOUNGER GENERATION

Thirty years ago, American President Richard Nixon made an epoch-making visit to China, a country still isolated at that time. Premier Zhou Enlai said to him, "Your handshake came over the vastest ocean in the world—twenty-five years of no communication". Thirty years since, China and America have exchanged many handshakes. The fundamental implication of this example is that the need to communicate across differences in culture and

ideology is not only felt by the two countries but by many other nations as well.

As we can see today, environmentalists from

different countries are making joint efforts to address the issue of global warming, economists are seeking solutions to financial crises that rage in a particular region but nonetheless cripple the world economy, and politicians and diplomats are getting together to