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好莱坞英文介绍 --19 19:5: 来源: 好莱坞英文介绍如果有个地方集梦想、金钱于一体,还能让人一夜成名,那就是好莱坞成千上万的游客来这里朝拜,来这里追求财富和荣耀If a single place-name encapsulates the LA dream of glamor, money and overnight success, it’s Hollywood. Millions of tourists arrive on pilgrimages; millions more flock here in pursuit of riches and glory. Hollywood is a weird combination of insatiable optimism and total despair. It really does blur the edges of fact and fiction, simply because so much seems possible 每 and yet so little, most people, actually is. Those who do strike it rich here get out as soon as they can, just as they always have; the big film companies, too, long ago relocated well away, leaving Hollywood in isolation, with prostitution, drug dealing and seedy bookstores as the reality behind the fantasy.   Central Hollywood   The myths, magic, fable and fantasy splattered throughout the few short blocks of Central Hollywood would put a medieval fairytale to shame. A rich sense of nostalgia pervades the area, giving it an appeal no measure of tourists or souvenir postcard stands can diminish. Although you’re much more likely to find a porno theater than spot a real star, the decline which blighted Hollywood from the early 1960s is fast receding. Nevertheless the place still gets hairy after dark, with adolescents cruising Hollywood Boulevard in customized cars and occasional petty criminals on the prowl the odd pocketbook.   The natural place to begin exploring Hollywood Boulevard is the junction of Hollywood and Vine 每 the classic location budding stars to be "spotted" by big-shot directors and whisked off to fame and tune. At 66 Hollywood Blvd, the purple and pink Frederick’s of Hollywood has been (under-) clothing Hollywood’s sex goddesses since 197, as well as mortal bodies all over the world via mail order. Inside, the lingerie museum (free) displays some of the company’s best corsets, bras and panties, donated by happy big-name wearers ranging from Lana Turner to Cher.   A little further on, the Egyptian Theater at no. 67 was financed by impresario Sid Grauman, in a modest attempt to re-create the Temple of Thebes. The very first Hollywood premiere (Robin Hood) took place here in 19. Now owned by the city, Grauman’s Thebes is currently closed renovations as part of a three-year plan to restore the fake mummies and hieroglyphics of this temple of cinema to their mer glory and remake the theater into a center film study. No Hollywood visitor will want to miss the mundane yet magical foot and hand prints in the concrete concourse of the 197 Chinese Theatre at 695 Hollywood Blvd. Actress Norma Talmadge (supposedly by accident) trod in wet cement while visiting the construction site, and the practice has continued ever since, starting with Mary Pickd and Douglas Fairbanks Sr, at the opening of King of Kings, and recently involving stars such as Al Pacino. Through the halcyon decades, this was the spot movie first-nights. As the building, it’s an odd western version of a classical Chinese temple, replete with dodgy Chinese motifs and upturned dragon tail flanks.   The Roosevelt Hotel opposite was movieland’s first luxury hotel, its Cinegrill restaurant hosting the likes of W C Fields and F Scott Fitzgerald, not to mention hangers-on like Ronald Reagan. In 199 the first Oscars were presented here, beginning the long tradition of Hollywood rewarding itself in the absence of honors from elsewhere.  Despite the beliefs of some of their loopiest fans, even the biggest Hollywood stars have been mortal; the many LA cemeteries that hold their tombs get at least as many visitors as the city’s museums. In the southeast corner of the Hollywood Memorial Cemetery, near Santa Monica Boulevard and Gower Street, a mausoleum contains the resting place of Rudolph Valentino, the celebrated screen lover who died aged just 31 in 196. To this day on each anniversary of his passing (August 3), at least one "Lady in Black" 每 as his posthumous devotees are known 每 will likely be found mourning. The achingly ostentatious memorial to Douglas Fairbanks Sr, who with his wife Mary Pickd did much to introduce social snobbery among movie-making people, is just outside. Also on view are the graves of Hollywood’s more recently deceased inhabitants: an increasingly large population of Russian and Armenian immigrants.   Griffith Park   The gentle greenery and rugged mountain slopes that make up vast Griffith Park northeast of Hollywood (daily 5am每.30pm, mountain roads close at dusk; free) are a welcome escape from the mind-numbing hubbub of the city. The landmark Observatory (Tues每Fri 每pm, Sat每Sun .30每pm; free) here has been seen in innumerable Hollywood films, most famously Rebel Without a Cause, and the surrounding acres add up to the largest municipal park in the country, one of the few places where LA’s multitude of racial and social groups at least go through the motions of mixing together.   Above the landscaped flat sections, the hillsides are rough and wild, marked only by foot and bridle paths, leading into desolate but appealingly unspoiled terrain that gives great views over the LA basin and out to the ocean, provided the city smog isn’t too thick. One way to explore is on a rented bike from Woody’s Bicycle World, 37 Los Feliz Blvd (661-6665), a short distance away. The park is safe enough by day, but its reputation after-dark violence is well founded.   Hollywood Hills   The views from the Hollywood Hills take in a bizarre assortment of opulent properties. Around these canyons and slopes, which run from Hollywood itself into Benedict Canyon above Beverly Hills, mansions are so commonplace that only the half-dozen fully blown castles (at least, Hollywood-style castles) really stand out. On Mulholland Drive are Rudolph Valentino’s extravagant Falcon Lair and Errol Flynn’s Mulholland House; down Benedict Canyon is the mer home of actress Sharon Tate, one of the victims of the Manson Family. Guided tours can point out which is which, but the most part you can’t get close to the most elaborate dwellings anyway, and none is open to the public.   From more or less anywhere in Hollywood, you can see the Hollywood Sign, erected as a property advertisement in 193 (when it spelt "Hollywoodland"; the "land" was removed in 199). The sign is also famous as a suicide spot, though few have followed the 193 example of would-be movie star Peg Entwhistle. Hers was no mean feat, the sign being as hard to reach then as it is now: from the end of Beachwood Drive (a route that afds a fine view of the sign) she picked a path slowly upwards through the thick bush, to leap to her death from the 50ft "H". the first time in its sixty-five-year existence, the sign is being insured against earthquake damage. Infra-red cameras and radar-activated zoom lenses have been installed to catch graffiti writers. Innocent tourists who can’t resist a close look are also liable the fine. 好莱坞 英文介绍。

  • 谈谈电影吧-- :6:1 D: Hello, Modern English  你好,洋话连篇  A: May I please speak to Jet?  我可以同Jet讲话吗?  D: Speaking, may I ask whose calling?  我就是,请问哪位  A: This is Marco, how are you Jet?  我是Marco,你好吗?  D: I am good, I almost didn't recognize you, you sound so polite on the phone!!  很好,我都没听出来是你,你听起来好多了  A: Yeah, I am trying to practice what you taught me last time.  是的,我在用上次你教我的东西  D: How was the movie you watched?  你看的片子怎么样?  A: It was really good! It was a scary movie called *****. By the way that is what I want to talk to you about today.  特好,恐怖片,顺便说一下,今天我们谈谈电影吧  D: No problem what type of things do you want to know?  没问题,你想知道什么?  A: Well first what is the name of the person who makes the movie?  拍电影的人用英语怎么说?  D: That is an interesting question; do you mean the person who films the movie or the person who tells all the actors what to do?  有趣你是说演电影的还是告诉演员们做什么的?  A: Both I guess.  都有  D: Well the person who controls the camera is called the cameraman and the person who tells the actors what to do is called the director.  拿摄像机的叫cameraman,告诉演员们做什么的叫director  A: Oh that's right I got. How do you say it when an actor is in a movie?  是的,那演员们演电影该怎么说啊?  D: we usually say the actor is starring in a movie.  我们常用starring这个词  A: What are your favorite types of movies Drew?  你最喜欢什么类型的片子?  D: My favorite genre of movies is…  我最喜欢的类型是  A: Genre  Genre是什么意思?  D: Genre means type or style, like horror, action, romance, drama or sci-fi…  就是类型,比如说,恐怖片,动作片,爱情片,感情片,或是科幻  A: sci-fi?  Sci-fi是什么意思?  D: Science fiction, movies about space and the future…but back to the original question, my favorite genre of movies is horror, I like to be scared.  是science fiction的缩写,是关于宇宙和未来的,回到刚才的问题上,我最喜欢恐怖片,我喜欢被惊吓  A: Not me, I guess I like romance movies, they are fun to watch with my girlfriend, but I guess I like all types of movies, I own maybe a hundred.  我可不喜欢,我最喜欢爱情片,和女朋友一起看最好了我喜欢所有的类型,我有一百多部片子  D: You're quite the movie buff aren't you Allan?  你是彻底的影迷,是吗?  A: What does that mean?  什么意思?  D: It means you know a lot about movies and you have seen quite a large number of them.  就是说你很懂电影并且看过很多片子  A: That's me!!  是的  D: What is your favorite movie Allan?  最喜欢看哪部片子?  A: It is sleepless in Seattle, have you seen it?  西亚图不眠夜,看过吗?  D: No I haven't, but I think I will go rent it tonight!  没有,不过今晚我要去祖一部来看看  A:I'll give it thumbs up.  我给它打满分  D: Well, yeah! Hey Allan I have to run, I'll talk to you tomorrow.  是的,嘿,Allan,我得走了,明天再聊吧  解释{1}作为名词,star表示星星,电影明星用英语讲就是movie star.作为动词时它表示演电影,类似的说法还有who played the role?{}genre,这是一个法语词,在国外,人们用它来表示电影类型,当然我们也可以用type,可是,入乡随俗让自己听起来更地道通常的电影类型包括sci-fi科幻,romance,爱情片action,动作片,horror恐怖片, drama,情感片chick flick浪漫喜剧片, indie独立制作片和blue movies黄色电影等{3}movie buff表示影迷,也可以说成movie fan{}在西方,碟片很贵,难怪老外们通常都会租片子看{5} thumbs up表示电影很棒,如果不好的话,就说 thumbs down.。
  • 什么是快乐 What Is Happiness -- :3: 来源: Manypeople ask what happiness is. I don’t know why there are many people askingthis question, because I think happiness is simple. As me, I feel happywhen I do a good job in my study. Teachers praise me and my parents are happy.Or, when I help others I feel happy. I am proud of myself. Besides, playingwith my classmates or friends is happy, too. We always have a great timetogether. From above, they are all happiness.很多人问什么是快乐,我不知道为什么会有这么多人问这个问题,因为我觉得快乐是件很简单的事情就我来说,当我学习取得好成绩时,我感到很快乐,老师表扬我,爸爸妈妈也为我高兴或者,当我帮助其他人时,我很快乐我为自己感到自豪此外,和同学、朋友们一起玩耍,我也感到很快乐,我们在一起总有很快乐的时光上面所说的,都是快乐。
  • A Job --19 ::5 来源: Rose left the school and went to a college to learn typing when she was seventeen years old. She passed all the examinations quite well. Rose was looking a job and it's not very hard her because there was a growing need typists at that time. Rose lived with her parents. She went to a company which was close to her parents' house and said to the manager," I want this job but how much will you pay me?" The manager said, " I will pay you twenty seven pounds now and thirty pounds after three month." Rose said after she thought a few seconds, "Ok, I will start after three month."。
  • 台北1英文介绍 -- :: 来源: 台北1英文介绍台北1又名台北国际金融中心,高5米,共1层,是台北信义区里程碑式的天大楼年,台北1,是全球最高的建筑,直到年迪拜8米高的迪拜塔建成 Taipei 1 Taipei 1, also known as the Taipei Financial Center, is a 5-m, 1-story landmark skyscraper located in Xinyi District of Taipei. Upon completion in , the mega building had been the tallest building in the world until Dubai's 8m-tall Burj Khalifa overtook it in January, . There are two high-speed elevators located in the tower, which move at a top speed of .83ms (55. fts), shooting visitors up from the 5th floor to the 89th floor observation deck in only 37 seconds. After a busy day trip in Taipei, flying high into the sky and having a bird's eye view of the entire neon light covered city will certainly make the perfect ending to your trip.Admission: NT二年级英语作文:Do you like me? --1 01:8:39 来源: Hello! Everyone. I’m a little rait. My name is Hanhan. Look! I’m very lovely. My eyes are red. My ears are long. My hair is white. My tail is short. I like carrots very much. I have a good friend. Shersquo my little master. Her name is Zhou Xun. We always play games together. I like her very much and she likes me, too. (86 yuan)Best time to visit: all year round 台北1。
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