新聞英語語句解析(391-2)

Sentences Selected from the News

金 陵

November 4, 2004

每週四上傳

Journalistic Terms, English in the Media , Current Affairs Englsih

 

為何要學習中英新聞辭彙

新聞辭彙(1- 300)均己已先後編入英漢、漢英新聞詞彙5000」(二版)、「英漢、漢英網路英語新聞詞彙」(初版)及「英漢、漢英新聞常用語詞典(二版),三書共計16,000語詞,為節省租用網頁空間,均已一一移除,但保留91 300之句選。

 

新聞英語語句解析 (1) (2)」己於2004年八月出版,感謝網友熱烈購買

                                                   請先讀新聞英語語句解析指引
                                                  
美國國務卿鮑爾接受凰凰電視訪問全文 http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/37361.htm
                                                  
美國國務卿鮑爾接受CNBC訪問談和平統一與和平解决http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/37487.htm

 

1.          More than 400 policemen in a Mexican city have been ordered to go on a diet(節食).  Senior officers in Aguascalientes say(that) they are too fat to do their jobs properly.

2.          The 75-year-old president(指阿拉法特), who has for decades symbolized the conflict with Israel for a Palestinian state(巴勒斯坦國), was taken by helicopter to hospital after landing at a military airfield southwest of Paris.

3.          In a new videotape televised Friday, Osama bin Laden(賓拉登) made a direct, formal address to the American people, saying that the best way for Americans to avoid a repeat of the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, was to ªstop threatening Muslims' security.

4.          The Taipei City government has demanded that the President Office(總統府) remove the barricades(路障) that have been blocked traffic(妨礙交通) around President Chen’s official residence(官邸) since the March election.

5.          While other people may be concerned about the shortage of flu shots(流感疫苗注射), parents of young children have a completely different issue to ponder(仔細考慮): whether or not to even get their kids vaccinated.

6.         The United States said Tuesday it has reports of continuing activities by known terrorist groups in the Philippines, which could include bombings on airports, passenger ships and seaports.

7.          Theo van Gogh, a distant relative(遠親) of the 19th century painter Vincent van Gogh(梵谷) and a Dutch filmmaker and writer, who had recently made a television film critical of Islam, was shot and stabbed to death on an Amsterdam street on Tuesday.

8.          The sabotage(破壞活動) of the northern oil pipeline(輸油管) forced a shutdown of crude oil exports to a port in Turkey, Iraqi officials said. The pipeline pumps out(抽出) 400,000 barrels a day of crude oil(原油) and is the frequent target of sabotage.

9.          Thailand's Muslim community has reacted with shock and frustration to the news that 78 Muslim men died in police custody after a protest turned violent. (名詞子句,作news的同位語)   Islamic leaders have called for calm in the three majority Muslim provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala that sit on Thailand's southern border with Malaysia.

10.      Nepal says it is making efforts to secure the release of a Nepalese man kidnapped in Iraq on Monday.  A spokesman for Iraq's government said on Tuesday that that the Nepalese man was one of eight people kidnapped in the capital, Baghdad, on Monday.

11.      Mr Kerry publicly admitted defeat(承認敗選)in a speech in Boston.  George W Bush has declared victory in the US presidential election after his Democratic challenger John Kerry admitted defeat. "I am proud to lead such an amazing country and I am proud to lead it forward," Mr Bush said in Washington.

12.      Hamid Karzai has been officially declared the winner of Afghanistan's landmark presidential election(首次總統選舉).  Mr Karzai, who is attending the funeral of the United Arab Emirates president, won 55.4% of the vote on 9 October.

13.      President Bush has been an unpopular U.S. president in much of the Middle East. Many Arabs oppose the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and are concerned about the impact on Muslims of the global war on terrorism. Many are also angry at President Bush's refusal to deal with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.

14.      Leaders who supported the Iraq war had wanted to see Bush re elected. Opponents privately made clear they preferred Kerry.  In France, which was a leading critic of the war, Foreign Minister Michel Barnier called the election the start of "a new stage" irrespective of (不管)who won.

15.      Today, I want to speak to every person who voted for my opponent, President Bush said. To make this nation stronger and better, I will need your support, and I will work to earn it. I will do all I can do to deserve your trust.

 

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以上三書共計16,000新聞常用語。「大學入學學科能力測驗昨天的英文考題很生活化,沒有艱深的詞彙或內容,毒品奧運電子郵件地震洋芋片都入了題
(聯合報02/12/2001)
「大學入學學科能力測驗昨天的英文考題很生活化,
如基因工程,複製羊等
(聯合報02/03/2002)。這些詞彙在本網站中都有。

三書均按英文字母順序排列,並附中文索引,好找易查,擁三有書,無論閱讀英文報章雜誌,或收看收聽英語新聞,均可暢行無阻,查閱背誦皆有利,教學自修兩相宜。

 

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