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(2010-12-25 11:46)
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Nowadays there’s only one child in each family, especially for us generation after 90. In our common families, we don’t have any brothers or sisters, we only have our parents; we don’t have people who are of our age to share our thoughts and little secrets in our families; we only have our partners to tell us what’s right, what’s wrong, or what we should do, what we shouldn’t do. We don’t have someone to understand our feelings, we only have parents to “compete with” while we are in the time for rebellion. And just because of the occasions above, the phrase “generation gap” is more and more popular than ever. As long as there’s divergence of opinions between parents and children, it is considered generation gap and in this way, more and more generation gap exist. In my point of view, there’s little generation gap between parents and children. It’s only a matter of whether they have experienced or not.

Ok, now let’s take clothes for example. When in our parents

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(2010-12-02 23:24)
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Slow Notion

By Malcolm Jones

1.When it comes to reading, the need for speed is vastly overrated.

2.If you're like me, you missed the annual International Day of Slowness, observed on--appropriately--June 21, the longest day of the year. First observed in Milan in 2007, the IDOS celebrates the idea of stepping out of the fast lane by doing less, takin

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   To some degree, I do think that slow reading should be promoted. With the fast development of our society, people are experiencing the great changes in our daily life. And the way of reading is not the exception. From reading for knowledge gaining to now reading for test passing, fast reading has already taken place of slow reading. However, while we are making an comparison between them, slow reading still got some advantages which fast reading doesn’t have.

  On the one hand, slow reading helps you understand better about author’s idea. When you skip the details and only grasp some what main points you thought, you may have already misled the truth of the book. And what’s more, reading slowly is also a good way for relaxation. In my opinion, reading is all about enjoyment. Having a cup of tea and tasting the rhythm of a book slowly in a lazy afternoon is the most wonderful thing to do.

  On the other hand,however, let’s turn to the reality.

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4.'Slow reading' goes back at least as far as the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who in 1887 described himself as a 'teacher of slow reading.' He was referring specifically to philology, the study of texts and documents to ascertain their original meanings and authenticity. But simply by raising the point, he plainly believed he was bucking a trend. After all, if slow reading needs a teacher, it's not something that comes naturally. Sure enough, by the time Nietzsche made his claim, the modern world--i.e., a world built upon the concept that fast is good and faster is better--was just getting up a full head of steam.慢速阅读的历史可以追溯到哲学家尼采时期,他于1887年自封为“慢速阅读之师”。他在语言学中明确指出,文章与文献的学习是为了弄清它们的原始含义以及真实性。但仅仅只是提出了观点的他已经清楚的意识到自己是反潮流的。无论如何,如果慢速阅读需要导师,也就不是发自内心的表达了。当然,当尼采发表他的观点之时,建立在越快越好观念之上的现代社会才初露端倪。

 

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1. Answer the following questions

1.   What is the main message that the author wants to convey?

The author wants to tell us that in this fast modern world, we should choose the movement of slowness instead of doing things at a breakneck pace.

2.   What is the essence of slow reading?

To build a more intimate and rich relationship with information, also it’s a protest against the breakneck and heedless pace of contemporary life.

3.       According to the author, why is slow reading an antidote to a fast world? How does the author develop this argument?

Slow reading can make us build a more intimate and rich relationship with information which builds richer memories and richer intelligence.

The author gives us some examples and analyses them deeply to us.

 

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4.慢速阅读至少追溯到哲学家弗里德里希。尼采的时代,尼采出生于1877年,他称自己为慢速

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(2010-11-30 13:06)
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A multiple-choice question first. You could only choose one of these: A. Slow reading   B. Speed reading

 

Slow reading?

 

Yes, we need to get deeper understanding by reading slowly. It is universally acknowledged that reading slowly and thoroughly immersing oneself in the happiness of reading is a good virtue. But when it comes to TEM-4 reading texts, are you going to read word by word, sentence by sentence and spend 30min on one short article? Are you ready to stick your eyes to a newspaper all day long in order to “discover” something new and fresh that happens around?

 

Or speed reading?

 

 

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(2010-11-30 13:03)
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4.'Slow reading' goes back at least as far as the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who in 1887 described himself as a 'teacher of slow reading.' He was referring specifically to philology, the study of texts and documents to ascertain their original meanings and authenticity. But simply by raising the point, he plainly believed he was bucking a trend. After all, if slow reading needs a teacher, it's not something that comes naturally. Sure enough, by the time Nietzsche made his claim, the modern world--i.e., a world built upon the concept that fast is good and faster is better--was just getting up a full head of steam.

慢速阅读这个概念至少要追溯到哲学家Fri

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                               Reading slowly, gain richly

     The topic of reading style is becoming more and more popular recently. There are two sides of opinions of it. Some people say speed reading is their favorite. They hold their view for the reason that they can save their time in that way in this, especially in this high-speed modern life. What is more, someone even think that the speed is also a symbol of their ability. While others think that slow reading is a better choice, for we can restore their original meanings and authenticity, and develop a further comprehension of the words.'

     From my point of

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4.'Slow reading' goes back at least as far as the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who in 1887 described himself as a 'teacher of slow reading.' He was referring specifically to philology, the study of texts and documents to ascertain their original meanings and authenticity. But simply by raising the point, he plainly believed he was bucking a trend. After all, if slow reading needs a teacher, it's not something that comes naturally. Sure enough, by the time Nietzsche made his claim, the modern world--i.e., a world built upon the concept that fast is good and faster is better--was just getting up a full head of steam.

 

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