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每日一句|(第220句)没谁了!这个话题角度必考!别说没提醒!

发表时间:2020-09-16 18:01:00  来源:野望文存  浏览:次   【】【】【


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Democrats believe these Millennials voters will eventually turn out to the polls at higher rates, replace the baby boomers and the Silent Generation, and give the blue team an unending string of victories. Republicans alternate between reassuring themselves that younger voters will age into conservatism once they start having kids and panicking that young voters will never age out of liberalism.

We can learn from the text that ______

(A) Democrats believe younger voters will be the guarantee of their continued series of successes. 
(B)Republicans reassure themselves that younger voters will be panicking when having kids.
(C) Baby boomers and the Silent Generation give Republicansan unending string of victories.
(D) Republicans are certain that  the  younger voters' political attitude will change as they aged







词汇突破:
1. Millennials 千禧一代
你看看你属于那一代?
(你就说体不体贴?)
The Lost Generation - 迷惘的一代
The Interbellum Generation - 两次大战中间的一代
The Greatest Generation - 最伟大的一代
The Silent Generation - 沉默的一代
Baby Boomer Generation - 婴儿潮一代
Generation X (Baby Bust) - X世代
Xennials - 介于X世代和千禧一代之间的一代人(1977年-1983年出生)
Millennials Generation Y, Gen Next - 千禧一代
iGen / Gen Z - 千禧后一代,亦称“Z世代”(出生在互联网已普及的时代)
Gen Alpha - 阿尔法世代(现在还没上小学的那代人)
2. polls 投票
3. blue team 民主党人
4. reassure   使…安心;打消…的疑虑
5. age into 随着年纪增加成为…
6. age out of 随着年纪增加不再是…
7.alternate between A  and B  在A和B之间切换

第一句:
Democrats believe these Millennials voters will eventually turn out to the polls at higher rates, replace the baby boomers and the Silent Generation, and give the blue team an unending string of victories.
主干:
Democrats believe
其他成分(并列补全):
1. these Millennials voters will eventually turn out to the polls at higher rates
2. these Millennials voters will eventually replace the baby boomers and the Silent Generation
3. these Millennials voters will eventually give the blue team an unending string of victories
参考译文:民主党人相信,这些千禧一代的选民最终将以更高的比率参加投票,取代婴儿潮一代和“沉默的一代”(Silent Generation),并给民主党带来一连串连续的胜利。

第二句:
Republicans alternate between reassuring themselves that younger voters will age into conservatism once they start having kids and panicking that young voters will never age out of liberalism.
主干:
Republicans alternate between reassuring themselves that…and panicking that…
在A和B之间来回切换
其他成分:
1. younger voters will age into conservatism once they start having kids.
2. young voters will never age out of liberalism.
(你断句断对了吗?)
参考译文:共和党人时而安慰自己,年轻的选民一旦有了孩子,就会逐渐接受保守主义,时而害怕年轻选民即使老了也不会脱离自由主义。

所以:
A选项:
Democrats believe younger voters will be the guarantee of their continued series of successes. 
民主党人相信年轻的选民将会成为他们一系列连续成功的保障。
对的!
B选项:
Republicans reassure themselves that younger voters will be panicking when having kids
共和党人确信年轻的选民当有孩子以后就会慌张了。
这个不对,最后一句说了他们会逐渐接受保守主义,而不是慌了。
错的!你只要没读懂你就会错的:拼多多!
你就是断句错了
panic 这个词是共和党人发出的动作。
(C) Baby boomers and the Silent Generation give Republicans an unending string of victories.
婴儿潮一代和沉默的一代给共和党带来了一连串的胜利。
错!这两代人给了民主党人一连串的胜利,而不是给共和党人。
(D) Republicans are certain that  the  younger voters' political attitude will change as they aged
(D)共和党人确信年轻选民的政治态度会随着年龄的增长而改变。
共和党人没法确定,他们在犹豫徘徊。

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