新聞常用語及句選(360)

Phrases in the News & Sentences Selected from the News

金 陵  編譯

October 9, 2003

每週四上傳

Journalistic Terms, English in the Media , Current Affairs Englsih

 

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action star

動作片影星

maintenance work

維修工作

anchor of the evening news

間新聞主播

make no mention of, to

未提及

ASEAN Summit

東南亞國家恊會峰會

military engineers

軍事工程師

automatic weapon

自動武器

Mongolian barbecue

蒙古烤肉

back seat driver

幕後操控者,垂簾聽政者

national road

國道

bed wetting

尿床

on the line

在電話線上

business leaders

商界領袖

people trafficking

販賣人口

cause of the death

死亡原因

personal style

個人風格

common knowledge

眾所週知

political experience

政治經驗

concrete achievements

具體成就

pre-election polls

選前民意測驗

congratulatory message

賀函

private garden

私人花園

decision-making meetings

決策會議

produce enough evidence, to

提出足夠證據

drug store chain

藥品連鎖店

public support.

群眾支持

economic competition,

經濟競爭

rational voters

理性投票人

education spending

教育經費

security fears

安全問題

electricity needs

電力需求

seize an opportunity, to

把握機會

electricity prices

電價

serious accusation

嚴重指控

enthusiastic supporters

熱情的擁護者

single market

單一市場(東南亞國家恊會)

false accusation

不實指控

skilled labor

技術勞人

farewell address

告別演說

sleeping problems

睡眠問題

financial holding company

金股公司

software maker

軟體製造商

groping allegations

偷摸異性身體划的指控

stay out of politics, to

不涉政治

high degree of cooperation

高度合作

stock prices

股價

human rights lawyer

人權律師

submit ones letter of resignation, to

提出辭呈

inhumane terror act

不人道的恐怖行為

tax-payers' money

納稅人的錢

international scope

國際領域

thorough investigation

徹底調查

international stage

國際舞台

transnational crimes

跨國犯罪

keep ones mobile phone off, to

關掉手機

underground tunnels

地下隧道

lieutenant governor

副州長()

use mice to taste food for poison, to

用老鼠試食物是否有毒

limited evidence

有限的證據

use ones influence, to

運用某人影響力

mainland spouses

大陸配偶

write memoirs, to

寫回憶錄

 

 

1.         "Tonight, the voters did decide it's time for someone else to serve, and I accept their judgment," said Governor Gray Davis, who became the first California governor(加州州長) and the second in the United States ever to be recalled(罷免).

2.         From an Internet chatroom in China to Arnold Schwarzenegger's(阿諾史瓦辛格) boyhood home in Austria, the world marveled Wednesday at a uniquely American political triumph with more suspense(懸疑) than a Hollywood script(劇本).

3.         Other DPP lawmakers remained critical(挑剔的) of Hau Lung-bin(郝嚨斌), head of the Environmental Protection Administration,  and demanded that he go.

4.         A stone-throwing mob of ex-Iraqi soldiers charged U.S. forces and Iraqi police Saturday in a protest over jobs and pay in which one protester was killed and 25 people were injured, including two policemen.

5.         Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad(馬哈地) said Saturday he believes U.S. authorities probably knew Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction (WMD) before invading the country.

6.         That strike was the first in five years against the Syrian military and came in retaliation for an attack by Syrian-backed guerrillas in which an Israeli soldier was killed.

7.         Police in Chile are hunting for two women who strip naked in front of cars as they wait at traffic lights and then ask the drivers for money.

8.         A young cyclist has been killed in a collision with a train on a level crossing(平交道). The 13-year-old boy died at the scene of the accident in Station Road, Snelland, Lincolnshire, at around 7.25pm.

9.         George W. Bush has declined to criticize Israel for its air strike deep inside Syria, saying it has got a right to defend herself.  However, Bush added, "I said that it's very important)that any action Israel takes should avoid escalation and creating higher tensions." (名詞子句,作 it的同位語)

10.      We make every reasonable effort to ensure the accuracy of all stories before publication. Occasionally, due to the pressures of producing a 24-hour live news service, mistakes may occur.

 

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。

表示哪些動詞與其同形名詞,形容詞後面跟的名詞子句中用原形動詞?
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請點)「語法與用法(12)

ª 表示哪些動詞及片語後面跟動名詞?(請點)「語法與用法  (18)

表示用否定字開始一句時,該句用倒裝句(請點)倒裝句的寫法

表示現在分詞片語作形容詞用。

表示過去分詞片語作形容詞用。

表示動名詞作介系詞受詞用。

 

詞彙來源:閱聽視自中國郵報 (China Post),英國國家廣播公司(BBC)Ananova,美國有線電視新聞網(CNN)NBCNew York Times,加拿大National Post及其他網路新聞(Web News)等。
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