NCE4-Lesson3仿写练习

仿写结果

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总结

  • Modern alpinists try to climb mountains by a route which will give them good sport, and the more difficult it is, the more highly it is regarded.

highly 表示高兴替代平凡词happy

  • In the pioneering days, however, this was not the case at all.

In the pioneering days 表示早期而不是early days or early times

  • The early climbers were looking for the easiest way to the top because the summit was the prize they sought, especially if it had never been attained before.

同义词的替换: looking for, the prize they sought, be attained 其实都是做到的意思或者追求的意思但是就是不用平凡词换用这些高级一点的词汇

  • It is true that during their explorations they often faced difficulties and dangers of the most perilous nature, equipped in a manner which would make a modern climber shudder at the thought, but they did not go out of their way to court such excitement.

the most perilous nature,make a modern climber shudder at the thought,go out of their way to court such excitement

这些说法好地道好喜欢,这句话还是抓紧时间背诵吧!

  • They had a single aim, a solitary goal–the top!

这个句式好,他们有一个目标,唯一的目标——登顶!同时注意top, summit的替换

  • It is hard for us to realize nowadays how difficult it was for the pioneers.

realize用得好,而不是imageine但是了就是想象的意思,词汇不太高级但是整个句子高级极了!

  • Except for one or two places such as Zermatt and Chamonix, which had rapidly become popular, Alpine villages tended to be impoverished settlements cut off from civilization by the high mountains.

这句话适用于描述贫穷地区啊, impoverished setllements cut off from civilization by the high mountains

  • Such inns as there were were generally dirty and flea-ridden; the food simply local cheese accompanied by bread often twelve months old, all washed down with coarse wine.

sth as there were were adj 这个表达真是精彩,开始以为是不是错误了,仔细一读真是精彩之至。local chesse accompanied by bread often twelve months old, all washed down with coarse wine这句话把贫苦生活写得活灵活现,历历在目。

  • Often a valley boasted no inn at all, and climbers found shelter wherever they could–sometimes with the local priest (who was usually as poor as his parishioners), sometimes with shepherds or cheesemakers.

sth boasted no sth at all,一无所有某样东西的说法,find shelter wherever they could 这句话在中文就可以解释为随遇而安了。

  • Invariably the background was the same: dirt and poverty, and very uncomfortable.

不变的处境是,这句话使用了倒装这样的句式一下子把一个短句的等级提高了

  • For men accustomed to eating seven-course dinners and sleeping between fine linen sheets at home, the change to the Alps must have been very hard indeed.

还是那句话:men accustomed to eating seven-course dinners and sleeping between fine linen sheets at home其实就是细节描写,我往往就是写who be accustomed to comfortable life但是这样的话写起来其实没啥味道不如这个表达更加地道有力。

背诵

Modern alpinists try to climb mountains by a route which will give them good sport, and the more difficult it is, the more highly it is regarded. In the pioneering days, however, this was not the case at all. The early climbers were looking for the easiest way to the top because the summit was the prize they sought, especially if it had never been attained before. It is true that during their explorations they often faced difficulties and dangers of the most perilous nature, equipped in a manner which would make a modern climber shudder at the thought, but they did not go out of their way to court such excitement. They had a single aim, a solitary goal–the top! It is hard for us to realize nowadays how difficult it was for the pioneers. Except for one or two places such as Zermatt and Chamonix, which had rapidly become popular, Alpine villages tended to be impoverished settlements cut off from civilization by the high mountains. Such inns as there were were generally dirty and flea-ridden; the food simply local cheese accompanied by bread often twelve months old, all washed down with coarse wine. Often a valley boasted no inn at all, and climbers found shelter wherever they could–sometimes with the local priest (who was usually as poor as his parishioners), sometimes with shepherds or cheesemakers. Invariably the background was the same: dirt and poverty, and very uncomfortable. For men accustomed to eating seven-course dinners and sleeping between fine linen sheets at home, the change to the Alps must have been very hard indeed.

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