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伦敦特拉法加广场

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At Trafalgar Square in London 伦敦特拉法加广场

  Key Sentences(重点句子)

  469. It's interesting that as a financial center London looks so different from New York.

  真有趣,伦敦作为金融中心看起来和纽约大不一样。

  470. By the way,what do you think has impressed you most in London?

  顺便问问,伦敦给你最深的印象是什么?

  471.There are so many things that have left a deep impression on me.

  许多东西都给我留下了深刻的印象。

  472.There is one thing worth mentioning at least.

  至少有一件事值得一提。

  473. Although the buildings here seem old-fashioned,they have a peculiar flavor of their own.

  虽然伦敦的建筑物看上去都是老式的,但它们独具风格。

  474. Look at the nameplate on the wall of the corner building.

  瞧拐角那幢楼墙上的路牌。

  475. We are getting near to Trafalgar Square now.

  我们马上就要到特拉法加广场了。

  476. It's a busy road junction with Nelson's statue.

  这是一个热闹的交叉路口,有尊纳尔逊的纪念铜像。

  477. He's the admiral that defeated Napoleon.

  他就是打败拿破仑的那位海军将军。

  478. Can you mention a few so that we can decide where to go this morning?

  你能否举出几个景点我们好决定上午到哪儿去?

  479. It's not far from here to the Thames.

  这儿离泰晤士河不远。

  480. If you like,we can take a walk on the embankment.

  如果你乐意,我们可以在堤岸上散步。

  481. What if we go to see Buckingham Palace first?

  我们先去看看白金汉宫怎么样?

  482. We can walk down the Mall which is wide and clean with quite a number of beautiful statues.

  我们可以从林荫大道走下去。这条路又宽阔,又干净,还有几尊美丽的铜像。

  483. It's so pleasant to have a walk there.

  在那儿漫步真令人心旷神怡。

  484. I can see you're enjoying your trip today.

  看得出来,今天你玩得很开心。

  485. Everything's so striking and fascinating.

  一切都是那么新鲜,令人神往。

  Dialogue A

  A:It's interesting that as a financial center London looks so different from New York.

  B:Indeed it does. By the way,what do you think has impressed you most in London?

  A:I don't think I can say for sure. There are so many things that have left a deep impression on me. Yes,there is one thing worth mentioning at least. Although the buildings here seem old-fashioned,they have a peculiar flavor of their own.

  B:Look at the nameplate on the wall of the corner building. We're getting near to Trafalgar Square now.

  A:It's interesting where the British people place the road signs,but what's Trafalgar Square?

  B:It's a busy road junction with Nelson's statue.

  A:Oh,yes,I know something about British History. He's the admiral that defeated Napoleon.

  B:You're right. There may not be much to see on the square itself,but it's easy to get from there to many interesting places in London.

  A:Can you mention a few so that we can decide where to go this morning?

  B:Sure,it's not far from here to the Thames. If you like,we can take a walk on the embankment.

  A:What if we go to see Buckingham Palace first?

  B:That's not far away either. Indeed you've got a very good idea. We can walk down the Mall which is wide and clean with quite a number of beautiful statues. It's so pleas ant to have a walk there.

  A:Then let's walk down the Mall.

  B:You'll see on one side of the Mall a beautiful park and ifwe have enough time,we may also visit the Houses of Parliament today.

  Dialogue B

  A:We're lucky today.

  B:Yes,there aren't any clouds in the sky and we're got such a beautiful view here. Look!This is St. James Park. And there's Buckingham Palace.

  A:Where's Hyde Park?

  B:It's on the other side of the Palace.

  A:That's the place where people make speeches on Sundays,isn't it?

  B:Yes,you're right. Politicians of all kinds,religious people,and one or two madmen.

  A:Well,are we going there today?I want to take some shots there.

  B:Sure. I can see you're enjoying your trip today.

  A:Of course. Everything's so striking and fascinating.

  Words and Expressions

  peculiar a.独特的,特有的

  flavor n.特别风味

  nameplate n.门牌

  Trafalgar Square 特拉法加广场

  admiral n.海军将军,海军上将

  Napoleon n.拿破仑一世

  embankment n.河堤

  the Thames 泰晤士河

  Buckingham Palace 白金汉宫

  the Mall 林荫大道

  Houses of Parliament 议会大厦

  St. James Park 圣詹姆斯公园

  Hyde Park 海德公园

  fascinating a. 迷人的

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