新聞常用語及句選(349)

Phrases in the News & Sentences Selected from the News

金 陵  編譯

April 3, 2003

每週四上傳

Journalistic Terms, English in the Media , Current Affairs Englsih

 

 

al-Jazeera television

半島電視台

humanitarian crisis

人道危機

American Central Command

中央指揮部(美國)

identification tag

名牌(辨識用)

bad news and good news

壞消息與好消息

increasing pressure

日增的壓力

breathing difficulties

呼吸困難

intelligence photo

敵情照片

Chinese opera singer

京劇演員

jump to ones death, to

跳樓身亡

civil defense authorities

民防當局

local residents

當地住民

civilian buildings

民房

made a wrong turn

轉錯彎

close-up pictures

近距離拍的照片

medical staff

醫療人員

coalition casualties

聯軍傷亡

missile strike

飛彈攻擊

combat death

戰鬥死亡,戰死

missing in action

戰場失蹤

commando raid

突擊

morning fog

晨霧

contagious disease

秘密整容

nearby countries

附近國家

cultural agency

文化機構

oil for food

石油換糧

cultural heritage

文化傳統

old maid

老處女

deadly disease

致命疾病

perfect time

最佳時機

deep sea port

post-war power vacuum

戰後權力真空

disease's spread

疾病擴散

post-war reconstruction

戰後重建

diversionary action

佯攻

precision bomb

精準炸彈

economic impact

經濟衝擊

rescue operation

救援任務

economic outlook

經濟前景

school closures

學校停課

emergency powers

緊急 權力

secret face-lift

祕密整容

emotional problems

感情問題

Shiite population

回教什葉派人口

enemy prisoner of war(EPOW)

敵方戰俘

special operations forces

特種部隊

fallen comrade

陣亡同袍

stand up and fight, to

奮起戰鬥

fight to the end, to

戰鬥到底

suicide note

自殺遺書

flee danger, to

逃難,逃離危險

supersonic jets

超音速噴射機

flue-like Illness

類似感冒疾病

tough measures

強硬措施

ground assault

地面攻擊

twin-engine jet

雙引擎噴射機

high-tech equipment

高科技裝備

unexpected resistance

出手意外的抵抗

high-tech weaponry

高科技武器

unmanned spy plane

無人間諜飛機

hospital morgue

醫院停屍間

urgent step

緊急步驟

hospital quarantine

住院隔離

victims of SARS

嚴重急性呼吸道症候群患者

hostile acts

敵對行為

violate the Geneva Conventions, to

違反日內瓦公約

house quarantine

居家隔離

water plant

自來水廠

house-to-house search

逐屋搜索

zero death

零死亡

                                             

 

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1.         We have children, babies, we are all so thirsty, said a port worker. Already we are suffering.  And we dont know what will happen tomorrow, the day after tomorrow.

2.         Cupping his hand to his mouth, a 27-year-old man tried to explain to an American solider that he needed water.

3.         Eleven bodies -- some believed to be Americans -- were found with an American prisoner of war when she was rescued in a U.S. commando raid on an Iraqi hospital, a military spokesman said Wednesday.

4.         The World Health Organization(WHO) urged travelers on Wednesday to avoid Hong Kong and China's southern Guangdong province(廣東省), where hundreds more cases of a deadly pneumonia virus were reported, and said it did not think the disease had peaked.

5.         A bunker(碉堡) under Saddam  Husseins presidential palace was built to be nuclear-proof and is likely to withstand(耐得住) conventional bombing, a German expert who says he helped design it said.

6.         A British television reporter has been found dead at a hotel in northern Iraq although his death appears to have no direct connection to military action.

7.         The United States underestimated(低估) the fight that Iraqi militia would put up and their use of guerrilla tactics will make the war longer than would otherwise have been the case.

8.         World Health Organization team arrives in the southern province of Guangdong, invited by the Chinese government after days of waiting. Team hopes to interview patients and trace origins of illness.

9.         SARS has killed 78 worldwide, with 46 victims in mainland China, 16 in Hong Kong, six in Canada, four in Vietnam, four in Singapore, and two in Thailand. More than 2,200 have been sickened in more than a dozen countries.

10.      (Hong Kong)With schools closed because of the outbreak and many people avoiding public places, the gloomy streets were as oppressive(陰暗的) as the low cloud that cloaked(遮蓋) the city's skyscrapers heralding(預告) the onset(開始) of the notoriously humid wet season.

 

1. He knows that Grace is a good student.

底線代表名詞子句。

2. His leg which was hurt has heeled.

斜體代表限制形容詞子句。

2. His leg that was hurt has heeled.

斜體代表限制形容詞子句。

3. His head, which was hurt, has heeled.

細體代表非限制形容詞子句(非限制形容詞
子句前、後或前有逗點,非限制形容詞子句的關係代名詞不可用 that)

4. He was happy when he saw her.

粗斜體代表副詞子句。

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詞彙來源:閱聽視自中國郵報 (China Post),英國國家廣播公司(BBC)Ananova,美國
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