NCE4-Lesson10仿写练习

仿写结果

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总结

  • Technology trends may push Silicon Valley back to the future.

这里的trends比干巴巴的一个development好了太多太多,新颖同时贴切还不落窠臼。

  • Carver Mead, a pioneer in integrated circuits and a professor of computer science at the California Institute of Technology, notes there are now work-stations that enable engineers to design, test and produce chips right on their desks, much the way an editor creates a newsletter on a Macintosh.

much the way … 这样的表达比单纯的like更加贴切,同时注意这个句子怎么表达一个教授的称谓,成就,评价的,一个简单的同位语搞定。

  • As the time and cost of making a chip drop to a few days and a few hundred dollars, engineers may soon be free to let their imaginations soar without being penalized by expensive failures.

这段话值得背诵,非常流畅毫无滞涩。

  • giving the U.S. a jump on its foreign rivals in getting new products to market fast

在推向市场上,领先一步, give a jump on sb in sth

  • Already, orientals and Asian Americans constitute the majority of the engineering staffs at many Valley firms.

注意constitute这个单词很好的高级词汇,提升档次。constitue the majority of sb

  • graduating in droves from California’s colleges

大量毕业–>也适合使用在中国的大学扩招

  • As the heads of next-generation start-ups, these Asian innovators can draw on customs and languages to forge tighter links with crucial Pacific Rim markets.

中美发展啦,为什么要去美国留学的话题都可以使用

  • Before it becomes a retirement village, Silicon Valley may prove a classroom for building a global business.

prove a classroom for building a global business 非常适合用来表述公司相关的话题,我们的目标是建立全球化的公司等等

背诵

Technology

</b></span> trends may push Silicon Valley back to the future. Carver Mead, a pioneer in integrated circuits and a professor of computer science at the California Institute of Technology, notes there are now work-stations that enable engineers to design, test and produce chips right on their desks, much the way an editor creates a newsletter on a Macintosh. As the time and cost of making a chip drop to a few days and a few hundred dollars, engineers may soon be free to let their imaginations soar without being penalized by expensive failures. Mead predicts that inventors will be able to perfect powerful customized chips over a weekend at the office – spawning a new generation of garage start-ups and giving the U.S. a jump on its foreign rivals in getting new products to market fast. ‘We’re got more garages with smart people,’ Mead observes. ’We really thrive on anarchy.’
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on Asians. Already, orientals and Asian Americans constitute the majority of the engineering staffs at many Valley firms. And Chinese, Korean, Filipino and Indian engineers are graduating in droves from California’s colleges. As the heads of next-generation start-ups, these Asian innovators can draw on customs and languages to forge righter links with crucial Pacific Rim markets. For instance, Alex Au, a Stanford Ph. D. from Hong Kong, has set up a Taiwan factory to challenge Japan’s near lock on the memory-chip market. India-born N.Damodar Reddys tiny California company reopened an AT & T chip plant in Kansas City last spring with financing from the state of Missouri. Before it becomes a retirement village, Silicon Valley may prove a classroom for building a global business

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