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[访谈录] 2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

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[访谈录] 2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

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 First Lady Michelle Obama


Mrs. Obama talks about her private conversations with Barack and wonders if Dave is turning into Oprah.

 

 

米歇尔.奥巴马,美国总统巴拉克.奥巴马二世的妻子。她是一名律师,出生并成长于芝加哥南部,曾就读于普林斯顿大学及哈佛大学法学院。本期将专访美国第一夫人,爆料多多。



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hoemwork
I have conversations with my wife,Paul has conversations with his wife.many women have conversations all the time,
we take the talk
take the talk, better known for all of the world  ,whatever
but
highptly speaking,at the end of day,and your husband ever came home,and said you:oh,jo      what an idion
it it never happens,never never .he is always a bit particular about congress
yeah,always how could you not be young be
my father had the most grosses,and i never knew he would  be able to walk.but my dad worked so hard,and he loved us so much.and i think for him,i leran just absolutely completely unconditionnal love.notion the kids really don't need anything,but to know their parents adore them,and i think that's the greatest gift he gave us,just their consitentce surpport ,and you know stability.and that's really what we try still  on our girls,i mean really talk about the renson kids,it's just really,you know we had  rules ,we had boundries,the things were my dad forwent us   
and this is
don't make me cry.
no
i see this is oprea,most be later be,my dark,whers is the last
did somebody tell you this is opera
that's my team
that's way you are here,oh,my……this is the first lady.
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Homework:

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,

We tend to talk,

Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another,

That’s right. But

Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John Boehner, what an idiot!”

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress,

Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?

My father had multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and that make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady.
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[Homework]2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

本帖最后由 swallowinsky9 于 2012-3-22 10:36 编辑

I have conversations with my wife,Paul has conversations with his wife and married men ,women have conversations all the time
we keep talk
keep talk, that's for no one else in the world but one another.
That's right, but
Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come to home and said to you,oh, that John Bainer, what an idiot.
It has never happened ,never never. He is always upbeat, particularly about congress.
How can he not be upbeat?
My father has *, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad works so hard and he loved us so much and I think from him I learn just absolute complete unconditional love , the notion that kids really don't need anything, but to know that their parents adore them, and that's the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stabililty and that's really what we tried and instilled in our girls, I mean, we talked about raising kids, it is just really, you know , we have walls, we have boundaries, but there wasn't anything my dad wouldn't do for us.and don't make me cry, as this isn't oprah. supposed to be Letterman.
What's up? where is the laughs?
Did somebody tell you this was  oprah?
That's my see.
That's why you are here?Oh, my , we have learnt the first lady.

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Homework:

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,

We tend to talk,

Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another

That’s right. But

Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John Boehner, what an idiot!”

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress

Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?

My father had xxxxx xxxxx, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and……don't make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

that somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone ……this is the first lady.

[Homework]2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

I have conversations with my wife.Paul has conversations with his wife.Married, many women has conversations all the time.
take the talk, take the talk.That are for no one else in the world but one another. That's right, but. Hypothetically speaking,at the end of the day, has your husband come home and said to you, Oh, that John Beller, what an idiot!
It has never happen, never, never.He is always upbeat,particularly about congress.
Yeah, well it's ,how can you not be upbeat?
My father had most post grosses, and I never knew him to be able to work. But my dad worked so hard and he loved us so much.And I think from him I learn just absolutely complete unconditional love that  notionly kids really don't need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that's the greatest gifts they gave us just their constant support,and you know stability.And that's really what we try to instill on our girls, I mean you talk about raising kids, it's just really, you know, we had rules we had boundries, but there wasn't anything my dad wouldn't do for us.and
Is there
Don't make me cry,and this isn't Oprah.
What's up? We are the last.
Did somebody tell you that this was Oprah?Is that why you are here?Oh my some this first lady.



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[Homework]2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

-I have conversations with my wife. Paul has conversations with his wife. Married men and women have conversations all the time.
-We tend to talk.
-Tend to talk. That are for no one else in the world but one another.
-That's right. But?
-Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you:Oh, that John Bainer, what an idiot.
-It has never happened. Never!Never! He is always upbeat, particularly about Congress.
-Well it's, how can you not be upbeat?
-My father has multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk. But my dad worked so hard, and he loved it so much. And I think from him, I learnt just absolute complete unconditional love the notion that kids really don't need anything but to know that their parents adore them. And I think that's just the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and, you know, stability. And that's really what we try to instill in our girls. I mean, you talk about raising kids, it's just really, you know we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn't anything my dad wouldn't do for us. Don't make me cry.And this isn't Oprah, supposed to be Letterman. What's up? Where are the laughs?
-Did somebody tell you this was Oprah? Is that, is that why you are here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady.




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Homework:

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,

We tend to talk,

Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another,

That’s right. But

Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John , what an idiot!”

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress,

Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?

My father had multiple ,,, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and that make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady.
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[Homework]2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

I have a conversation with my wife. Paul has a conversation with his wife.Married man and women have conversations all the time,
We tend to talk.
tend to talk that for no one else in the world, but one another.
That'right. But,
Hypothetically speaking, at the end of day, had your husband ever come home and said to you Oh, that John Boehner,what an idiot!
It never happened, never, never. He is always upbeat, particularly about Congress.
Yeah, always. How can he not be upbeat?
My father had mutiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk.But my dad worked so hard, and he loved this so much,and I think from him, I learned just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don't need anything, but to know that their parents adore them, and I think that's the greatest gift they gave us,just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that's really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it's just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn't anything my dad wouldn't do for us. And don't make me cry! I don't think this is Oprah,supposed to be letterman.What's up? Where are the laughs?
Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you are here?! Oh, my someone misled the first lady.
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[Homework] [访谈录] 2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

I have conversations with my wife. Paul has conversations with his wife. Married men and women have conversations all the time.
We tend to talk.  
Tend to talk. That are for no one else to the world but one another.
That’s right. But…
Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, have your husband ever come home and said to you, “Ah, that John Boehner, what an idiot”?
It is, it is never happened, never, never. He is always upbeat, particularly about congress.
Yes. How could he not be upbeat?
My father had multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to work. But my dad worked so hard and he loved that so much. And I think from him I learn just absolute complete unconditional love, emotion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them. And I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constancy support and, you know, stability. And that’s really what we tried instill on our girls. That mean you talk about raising kids. It’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything my dad wouldn’t do for us. And don’t make me cry. This isn’t Oprah. Supposed to be Letterman. What’s up? Where are the laughs?
Did somebody tell you this was Oprah? Is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady.
hoemwork
I have conversations with my wife,Paul has conversations with his wife.many women have conversations all the time,
we take the talk
take the talk, better known for all of the world  ,whatever
but
highptly speaking,at the end of day,and your husband ever came home,and said you:oh,jo      what an idion
it it never happens,never never .he is always a bit particular about congress
yeah,always how could you not be young be
my father had the most grosses,and i never knew he would  be able to walk.but my dad worked so hard,and he loved us so much.and i think for him,i leran just absolutely completely unconditionnal love.notion the kids really don't need anything,but to know their parents adore them,and i think that's the greatest gift he gave us,just their consitentce surpport ,and you know stability.and that's really what we try still  on our girls,i mean really talk about the renson kids,it's just really,you know we had  rules ,we had boundries,the things were my dad forwent us   
and this is
don't make me cry.
no
i see this is oprea,most be later be,my dark,whers is the last
did somebody tell you this is opera
that's my team
that's way you are here,oh,my……this is the first lady.

[Homework]2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

Homework:

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,

We tend to talk,

Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another,

That’s right. But

Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John Boehner, what an idiot!”

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress,

Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?

My father had multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and that make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady
Homework:

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,

We tend to talk,

Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another,

That’s right. But

Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John Boehner, what an idiot!”

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress,

Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?

My father had multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and that make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady
Homework:

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,

We tend to talk,

Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another,

That’s right. But

Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John Boehner, what an idiot!”

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress,

Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?

My father had multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and that make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady
I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time,
We tend to talk,
Tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world, but one another,
That’s right. But Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home and said to you “oh, that John Boehner, what an idiot!”
It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress,Yeah, it’s, how can he not be upbeat?
My father had multiple sclerosis, and I never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much, and I think from him, I learnt just absolute, complete, unconditional love, the notion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them and I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support, and you know, stability. And that’s really what we try to instill in our girls, I mean, you talk about raising kids, it’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything that my dad wouldn’t do for us, and that make me cry. This isn’t Oprah, supposed to be Letterman, what’s up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah, is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady.
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[Homework] [访谈录] 2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

I have conversations with my wife. Paul has conversations with his wife. Married men and women have conversations all the time.
We tend to talk.  Tend to talk. That are for no one else in the world but one another. That’s right. But…
Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day, have your husband ever come home and said to you, “Ah, that John Boehner, what an idiot”?
It is, it is never happened, never, never. He is always upbeat, particularly about congress.
Yes. How could he not be upbeat?
My father had most post grosses, and I never knew him to be able to work. But my dad worked so hard and he loved that so much. And I think from him I learn just absolute complete unconditional love, emotion that kids really don’t need anything but to know that their parents adore them. And I think that’s the greatest gift they gave us, just their constancy support and, you know, stability. And that’s really what we tried instill on our girls. That mean you talk about raising kids. It’s just really, you know, we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn’t anything my dad wouldn’t do for us. And don’t make me cry. This isn’t Oprah. Supposed to be Letterman. What’s up? Where are the laughs?
Did somebody tell you this was Oprah? Is that, is that why you’re here? Oh my, someone misled the first lady.
HW

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has conversations with his wife, married men and women have conversations all the time, tend to talk, that are for no one else in the world but one another. That's right. Hypothetically speaking, at the end of the day has your husband ever come home and said to you "oh, that Joe Biden, what an idiot!"

It never happened, never, never, he is always upbeat, particularly about congress.

How can you not be upbeat?

My father had mutiple sclerosis, and i never knew him to be able to walk, but my dad worked so hard and he loved it so much and i think from him, i learned just absolute complete unconditional love, the notion that kids really don't need anything but to know that their parents adore them, and i think that's the greatest gift they gave us, just their constant support and you know stability. and that's really what we try and instill in our girls, when you talk about raising kids, it's just really you know we have rules we have boundaries, but there wasn't anything my dad wouldn't do for us, and...don't make me cry. This isn't Oprah. You're supposed to be Letterman. What's up? Where are the laughs?

Did somebody tell you this was Oprah? is that why you are here? oh my...someone misled the first lady.
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[Homework]2012-03-22&03-24 第一夫人米歇尔.奥巴马专访

I have conversations with my wife, Paul has convesations with his wife,married men and women have conversations all the time.
We tend to talk.
Tend to talk. there is no one else in the world but one another.

That's right
.

But.

Hypothetically speaking.at the end of the day, has your husband ever come home,and said to you. oh, John B. What an idiot
!

It's never happened. never, never. he is always upbeat, particularly about
congress.

Yea.How could you not be upbeat?


My father has multiple sclerosis, and I never know him to be able to work, but my dad worked so hard,and he loved this so much. And I think, from here, I learned just absolutely completely unconditional love, the notion of their kid really don't need anything, but know their parent adore them, and I think that's the greatest gift they give us, just constants support,and you kow.stability,and that's really we tried in still our girls,I mean we are talking about raising kids, just really, you know we had rules, we had boundaries, but there wasn't anyhting my dad would do for us, and.

Don't make me cry
.this isn't Oprah.

Suppose to be Letterman. What's up? Where are the laughs?


Somebody tells you this was O.is that ? Is that why you are here? oh,my,someone misled the first lady.


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