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今天,曾经被许多人唱衰的微创造了新的历史:在美国股市前的一个交易日中,微股价盘中上涨至53.12美元,市值达到113亿美元,一度超越社交媒体始祖推特。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道BEIJING - Chinese social media giant Sina Weibo overtook its US counterpart Twitter in market capitalization for the first time ever during trading on Monday.北京消息,周一,中国社交媒体巨头新浪微的市值首次在盘中交易中超越美国同行推特。【讲解】market capitalization是市值。周一,在纳斯达克上市的(Nasdaq-listed)新浪微市值(market value)在股盘中交易中一度涨至113.5亿美元,而在纽约券交易所(New York Stock Exchange)上市的推特在同一时间的市值为113.4亿美元。这是新浪微首次在市值(market cap)上超过(outperform)美国同行。新浪微的股价(share price)收于每股52.91美元,而推特的股价收于每股(per share)16.73美元。股市收盘(market close)时,新浪微市值回落,落后(lag behind)推特大约6亿美元。根据相关财报(financial reports)显示,Twitter 2016年二季度(the second quarter)营收(rake in)为6.02亿美元,是新浪微的4倍(quadruple)多。但是新浪微在营收和用户增长(user growth)方面显示出了更强的增长势头(stronger growth momentum)。截至第二季度,推特的月活跃用户(monthly active users)有约3.13亿,较去年同期仅增加了3%,而新浪微的月活跃用户有2.82亿,较去年同期(year on year)增加33%。据国际投行(international investment bank)根大通估计,得益于强劲的用户数量和营收增长(strong user and revenue growth),2017年年中时新浪微的股价有望达到每股70美元。 /201610/472358。

  • voice one: I'm shirley griffith. Voice two: And I'm frank oliver with people in america, a special english program about people who were important in the history of the united states. Today, we tell about the life of writer ernest hemingway. (theme) Voice one: "A writer is always alone, always an outsider," ernest hemingway said. Others said that of the many people he created in his books, hemingway was his own best creation Ernest hemingway was born in eighteen-ninety-five. He grew up in oak park, illinois, near the middle western city of chicago. He was the second child in a family of six. His father was a doctor. His mother liked to paint and play the piano. Each summer the family travelled to their holiday home in northern michigan. Ernest's father taught him how to catch fish, hunt, set up a camp and cook over a fire. At home in oak park, ernest wrote for his school newspaper. He tried to write like a famous sports writer of that time, ring lardner. He developed his writing skills this way. Voice two: In nineteen-seventeen, hemingway decided not to go to a university. The united states had just entered world war one and he wanted to join the army. But the army rejected him because his yesight was not good enough. Ernest found a job with the kansas city star newspaper in kansas city, missouri. He reported news from the hospital, police headquarters, and the railroad station. One reporter remembered: "hemingway liked to be where the action was." The kansas city star demanded that its reporters write short sentences. It wanted reporters to see the unusual details in an incident. Hemingway quickly learned to do both. He worked for the newspaper only nine months before he joined the red cross to help on the battlefields of europe. His job was to drive a red cross truck carrying wounded away from battle. Voice one: The red cross sent him to italy. Soon he saw his first wounded when an arms factory in milan exploded. Later, he was sent to the battle front. He went as close to the fighting as possible to see how he would act in the face of danger. Before long, he was seriously wounded. The war ended soon after he healed. Hemingway returned to the united states. Less than a year had passed since he went to europe. But in that short time he had changed forever. He needed to write about what he had seen. Voice two: Ernest hemingway left home for chicago to prove to himself, and to his family, that he could earn a living from his writing. But, he ran out of money and began to write for a newspaper again. The canadian newspaper, the toronto star, liked his reports about life in chicago and paid him well. Voice one: In chicago, hemingway met the writer sherwood anderson. Anderson was one of the first writers in america to write about the lives of common people. Hemingway saw that anderson's stories showed life as it really was, the way hemingway was trying to do. Anderson gave hemingway advice about his writing. He told hemingway to move to paris, where living was less costly. He said paris was full of young artists and writers from all over the world. In return for anderson's kindness hemingway wrote a book called the torrents of spring. It makes fun of anderson and the way he wrote. There was something in hemingway that could not say "thank you" to anyone. He had to believe he did everything for himself, even when he knew others helped him. Voice two: Hemingway decided to move to paris. But before he did he married a woman he had recently met. Her name was hadley richardson. Paris was cold and gray when hemingway and his new wife arrived in nineteen-twenty-one. They lived in one of the poorer parts of the city. Their rooms were small and had no running water. But the toronto star employed him as its european reporter, so there was enough money for the two of them to live. And the job gave hemingway time to write his stories. Voice one: Hemingway enjoyed exploring paris, making new friends, learning french customs and sports. Some new friends were artists and writers who had come to paris in the nineteen-twenties. Among them were poet, ezra pound, and writers gertrude stein, john dos passos, and f. Scott fitzgerald. They quickly saw that hemingway was a good writer. They helped him publish his stories in the united states. He was thankful for their support at the time, but later denied that he had received help. As a reporter, hemingway travelled all over europe. He wrote about politics. He wrote about peace conferences and border disputes. And he wrote about sports, skiing and fishing. Later he would write about bull fighting in spain. The toronto star was pleased with his work, and wanted more of his reports. But hemingway was busy with his own writing. He said: "sometimes, i would start a new story and could not get it going. Then i would stand and look out over the roofs of paris and think. I would say to myself: 'all you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence you know. So finally, i would write a true sentence and go on from there. It was a wonderful feeling when i had worked well." voice two: Hemingway's first book of stories was called in our time. It included a story, called "big two hearted river," about the effect of war on a young man. It tells about the young man taking a long fishing trip in michigan. Hemingway had learned from his father when he was a boy about living in the wild. The story is about two kinds of rivers. One is calm and clear. It is where the young man fishes. The other is dark. It is a swamp, a threatening place. The story shows the young man trying to forget his past. He is also trying to forget the war. Yet he never really speaks about it. The er learns about the young man, not because hemingway tells us what the young man thinks, but because he shows the young man learning about himself. "big two hearted river" is considered one of the best modern american stories. It is often published in collections of best writing. Voice one: After the book was published in nineteen-twenty-five, hadley and hemingway returned to the united states for the birth of their son. They quickly returned to paris. Hemingway was working on a long story. He wanted to publish a novel so he would be recognized as a serious writer. And he wanted the money a novel would earn. The novel was called the sun also rises. It is about young americans in europe after world war one. The war had destroyed their dreams. And it had given them nothing to replace those dreams. The writer gertrude stein later called these people members of "the lost generation." Voice two: The book was an immediate success. At the age of twenty-five ernest hemingway was famous. Many people, however, could not recognize hemingway's art because they did not like what he wrote about. Hemingway's sentences were short, the way he had been taught to write at the kansas city star newspaper. He wrote about what he knew and felt. He used few descriptive words. His statements were clear and easily understood. He had learned from earlier writers, like ring lardner and sherwood anderson. But hemingway brought something new to his writing. He was able to paint in words what he saw and felt. In later books, sometimes he missed. Sometimes he even looked foolish. But when he was right he was almost perfect. Voice one: With the success of his novel, hemingway became even more popular in paris. Many people came to see him. One was an american woman, pauline pfeiffer. She became hadley's friend. Then pauline fell in love with hemingway. Hemingway and pauline saw each other secretly. One time, they went away together on a short trip. Years later, hemingway wrote about returning home after that trip: "when i saw hadley again, i wished i had died before i ever loved anyone but her. She was smiling and the sun was on her lovely face." But the marriage was over. Ernest hemingway and hadley separated. She kept their son. He agreed to give her money he earned from his books. In later years, he looked back at his marriage to hadley as the happiest time of his life. (theme) voice two: This people in america program was written by richard thorman and bill rogers. I'm frank oliver. Voice one: And i'm shirley griffith. Join us again next week for the final part of the story of erndst hemingway in special english on the voice of america. Article/200802/26635。
  • 台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:Well, all color begins with light. So as the sun beams down overhead, it#39;s actually casting the entire spectrum of colors over you. When that light hits an object - like an apple - the object absorbs some and reflects the rest.嗯,所有的颜色都是透过光线而来的。所以当阳光照射到你头顶时,其实是将整个颜色光谱投射到你身上。当这个光线照射到某个物体时(譬如像苹果),这个物体会吸收其中一部份的光线,并将剩下的光线反射出去。学习重点:1.light 光线light (n.) 光线2.beam 光束beam (n.) 光束3.cast 投掷cast (v.) 投掷4.spectrum 光谱spectrum (n.) 光谱5.object 物体object (n.) 物体objective (adj.) 客观的subject (n.) 主题subjective (adj.) 主观的6.absorb 吸收absorb (v.) 吸收absorption (n.) 吸收7.reflect 反射、反应reflect (v.) 反射、反应reflection (n.) 反射 /201608/463045。
  • 全球知名咨询公司美世咨询(Mercer)日前公布了“年度全球城市生活成本排名”。由于全球汇率的波动,此次排名与过往相比发生很大变化。罗安达连续第三年排名全球外国人生活成本最贵城市排行榜榜首。中国香港排名第二,上海和北京分列第六和第七。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道China is becoming more expensive for expatriates, according to Mercer#39;s annual Cost of Living Survey.据美世咨询公司公布的年度生活成本调查,外国人在中国的生活成本日益增加。【讲解】Cost of Living Survey是生活成本调查。今年是美世第21年发布外国人全球城市生活成本排行榜(rank the cost of living for expats)。今年的调查覆盖全球(around the globe)五大洲207座城市,该公司对逾200种商品(goods)和务的价格进行了比较,并考虑了租金(rent)成本和交通。这些商品和务包括进口主食、汉堡包和电影票等。旨在帮助公司和决策者计算员工成本(calculate the cost for their employees)。因为高价格的房屋租金和进口商品(imported goods),安哥拉(Angolan)首都罗安达(Luanda)连续3年蝉联榜首(top the list for the third consecutive year)。“东方明珠”(Pearl of the Orient)香港从去年的第三位上升至今年的第二位。人民币走强(the stronger yuan)使中国城市平均上升18位(climb 18 spots),其中上海从去年的第10位上升至今年的第6位,北京从第11位上升至第7位,深圳从第17位上升至第14位,广州从第24位上升至第15位,今年中国有3座城市进入前十(top 10),9座进入前30。排在前十的亚洲城市还有排在第4位的新加坡和第8位的首尔。东京今年由于日元贬值(depreciating yen)下跌到第11位。由于瑞士法郎对欧元汇率走高(driven by the surge of the Swiss franc against the euro),瑞士的三座城市苏黎世、日内瓦和伯尔尼入围生活成本最贵城市(the costliest places to live)前十名。生活成本调查以纽约作为基准(base sample)城市,同时比较货币对美元的变动(currency movements against the dollar)。 /201506/381853。
  • 推特明星:Miranda Kerr 米兰达·可儿推特原文:Peekaboo loving my denim collection with @motherdenim推特译文:偷偷先瞧瞧,我好爱Mother Denim(@motherdenim)和我合作设计的牛仔裤系列。推特点拨:1) peekaboo”表示“偷偷瞧、躲猫猫”。2) ”@motherdenim”是指洛杉矶的牛仔裤品牌“Mother Denim”。最近此品牌和米兰达可儿联名合作的“Capsule”正在贩售中。 /201702/490237。
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