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新奇事件簿(翻译+字幕+讲解):亿万富翁为学生偿还贷款
日期:2019-07-03 09:44

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University students receiving their diplomas at a college in the USA got the surprise of their lives during their commencement ceremony. Students at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia were listening to a speech from the philanthropist Robert F. Smith, a recipient of an honorary degree from Morehouse. Mr Smith ended his speech by informing the 400 students that he would pay off their student loans and debt. He said: "This is my class, 2019, and my family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans." He added: "On behalf of the eight generations of my family who have been in this country, we're going to put a little fuel in your bus." Mr Smith's kindness is estimated to be worth about $40 million.

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Robert F. Smith, 56, graduated from Columbia Business School, where he earned an MBA with honors. In the year 2000, he founded the investment company Vista Equity Partners, which currently manages over $46 billion in assets. His company made him a multi-billionaire. Mr Smith was the first African-American to sign the Giving Pledge, where people promise to commit at least half of their wealth to philanthropic causes. One graduate to benefit from Smith's generosity said it would have an "immeasurable impact" on his life. Dwytt Lewis, 21, whose $150,000 loan is now no more, added: "Just imagine the weight lifted off your shoulders when you have a clean slate coming out of college."

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1.got the surprise of their lives during their commencement ceremony.

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commencement 毕业典礼

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He was invited to speak at the commencement.
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2.Mr Smith ended his speech by informing the 400 students that he would pay off their student loans and debt.

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It would take him the rest of his life to pay off that loan.
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参考翻译

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从美国某大学毕业的学生在授学位典礼上得到了生命中的惊喜E,sC^)0@j@@j|;[。乔治亚州亚特兰大莫尔豪斯学院的学生们正在听慈善家罗伯特F·史密斯的演讲,他是莫尔豪斯学院荣誉学位获得者33Eku#;;bQgFA。史密斯先生以告知400名学生他将为其支付学生贷款并清还他们债务的方式结束了他的演讲~zpp6(SiPC。他说:“这是我的班级,2019年,我的家人正在拨款为他们偿还学生贷款dOg+^_2]4Zv.Y8)。”他还补充道:“我们将代表我们家族在这个国家生活过的八代人为你们的旅途助力C,O6V=[wkSNK5,,gM。”史密斯先生的善举价值约四千万美元l^m[Na,17fbb=YM

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现年56岁的罗伯特F·史密斯从哥伦比亚商学院毕业,在那里他以优异成绩获得MBA硕士学位52A@SSuSq]vk。在2000年,他成立了投资公司Vista Equity Partners,目前管理着超过460亿美元的资产EV)v1KuIH~&_G。他凭借这家公司成为亿万富翁Cw-z2klKQ-![RJtA5。史密斯先生是首位签署捐赠誓言的非洲裔美国人,他承诺将至少一半的财富用于慈善事业vYfz77EYR+^r#4;(R8gH。一名得到史密斯慷慨相助的毕业生表示这将对他的一生有着“可估量的影响”HwofTiW_NH。现年21岁的Dwytt Lewis现在已经还清了150,000的贷款,他说道:“想象一下,当你从大学毕业,有了一个崭新的开始,你肩上的重担就减轻了SP-f|q+D(TLZ9n3t6。”

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重点单词
  • eliminatev. 除去,剔除; 忽略
  • benefitn. 利益,津贴,保险金,义卖,义演 vt. 有益于,得
  • pledgen. 保证,誓言,抵押,抵押品 vt. 保证,发誓,以
  • recipientn. 接受者,收信人
  • slaten. 板岩,石板,石片,石板色,候选人名单 adj. 暗
  • vistan. 街景,展望,回想
  • grantn. 授予物,补助金; 同意,给予 n. 财产转让 vt
  • generosityn. 慷慨,大方
  • kindnessn. 仁慈,好意
  • equityn. 权益,产权,(无固定利息的)股票,衡平法 n. 公