NCE4-Lesson5仿写练习

仿写结果

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People always talking about the problem of youth. If this problem was really existed, please leave me keep it was caused by the elders rather than the youth. Let carefully examine some fundamental to admit that the youth is also human beings as the elders. The only difference between the youth and the elders is : the youth has a glorious future but the elders only has the splendid past. That’s perhaps the key rub here.

When I was teenagers, felt young all the time, sometimes something is uncertain—-as a freshman in university, I would be glad that I had a identity as a problem. Because it would at least give me some admissions that were pursued by the youth.

I believe
the youth are exciting and free. They neither pursue dreary fame and wealth nor long for life comfort. In my opinion, all these qualities relate them with life and the origin of everything. From some aspects of meaning, they are seem to be the cosmic man that are in sharp contrast with those mean and earthy people like us. Once I meet a young person. They, the may be conceited, presumptuous,fatuous, suburban I would not use some cliche like respecting the elders to defend that the elder should be respected. I believe that I am equal with them. I think they are wrong, I will debate with them with an equal status.

总结

  • If there is one – which I take leave to doubt – then it is older people who create it, not the young themselves.

If there is one 干净利落,不重复前面的problem,漂亮。which I take leave to doubt这个说法好,直接就是表达自己的反对意见的必备句型。older people对the young同样结构的变化

  • Let us get down to fundamentals and agree that the young are after all human beings – people just like their elders.

这句话就是我一直寻找的,讨论一个问题的时候我们跳出具体的情况分析来一句让我们从最基本的角度考虑问题——物理上所谓从第一性原理出发,虽然first principle 有很大的缺点但是确实是符合牛顿以来的科学传统。

  • There is only one difference between an old man and a young one: the young man has a glorious future before him and the old one has a splendid future behind him: and maybe that is where the rub is.

这句话简直就是同义词改写促进句子变换的教材。man和one的替换请密切注意,虽然什么新的都没有但是替换出了4种说法。

  • I would have been very pleased to be regarded as something so interesting as a problem.

这是一种自我解嘲的说法但是也非常形象。

  • For one thing, being a problem gives you a certain identity, and that is one of the things the young are busily engaged in seeking.

give you a certain identity ,be engaged in seeking都是相当成熟的好说法。

  1. They have an air of freedom, and they not a dreary commitment to mean ambitions or love of comfort. They are not anxious social climbers, and they have no devotion to material things. All this seems to me to link them with life, and the origins of things.

这段话是重要的例证句.作者不着痕迹地使用了排比句,同时an air of freedom,dreary commitment to mean ambitions or love of comfort也,anxious social climbers ,no devotion to material things。link them with life and the origin of things也都是非常地道的表达。

  • It’s as if they were, in some sense, cosmic beings in violent and lovely contrast with us suburban creatures.

这句话是最高的赞扬语句了,同事cosmic beings suburban creatures也是很好的表达。

  • He may be conceited, ill-mannered, presumptuous or fatuous, but I do not turn for protection to dreary cliches about respect of elders – as if mere age were a reason for respect. I accept that we are equals, and I will argue with him, as an equal, if I think he is wrong.

这两句话是相辅相成的,前面说年轻人的不足,后面又指明不是年龄可以用来倚老卖老而是需要合理地安排。同事说我会和他们争辩很多的问题等等。同时后一个句子使用了类似的结构来阐明结果。非常精炼优美。

背诵

People are always talking aboutthe problem of youth’. If there is one – which I take leave to doubt – then it is older people who create it, not the young themselves. Let us get down to fundamentals and agree that the young are after all human beings – people just like their elders. There is only one difference between an old man and a young one: the young man has a glorious future before him and the old one has a splendid future behind him: and maybe that is where the rub is.
When I was a teenager, I felt that I was just young and uncertain – that I was a new boy in a huge school, and I would have been very pleased to be regarded as something so interesting as a problem. For one thing, being a problem gives you a certain identity, and that is one of the things the young are busily engaged in seeking.
I find young people exciting
. They have an air of freedom, and they not a dreary commitment to mean ambitions or love of comfort. They are not anxious social climbers, and they have no devotion to material things. All this seems to me to link them with life, and the origins of things. It’s as if they were, in some sense, cosmic beings in violent and lovely contrast with us suburban creatures. All that is in my mind when I meet a young person. He may be conceited, ill-mannered, presumptuous or fatuous, but I do not turn for protection to dreary cliches about respect of elders – as if mere age were a reason for respect. I accept that we are equals, and I will argue with him, as an equal, if I think he is wrong.

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