听写于：2016-11-14 13:50 用时：20:04 正确率：88% 错词：22个
The streets of Beijing are busy and bustling. China has undergone an economic miracle over the past quarter-century . and it’s in urbanization seen urbanisation on an unprecedented scale. More than half of the Chinese population now live in cities. The capital is home to 21 million people. That unofficial figure is almost double all the number who lived here of at the tenth turn of Milleniumthe millennium. And that has created many problems including the now sky-high cost of living in a high-rise city. It’s causing unhappiness among many of the young and therefore concerned concern among policy-makers. A song about it is regularly being played on people’s smartphonessmart phones. And the government has just tightened restrictions to try to get it handled a handle on China’s property-buying frenzy.
It’s pretty lively here around Houhai Lake, . This is one of the fee few parts of Beijing , that still , resembles the city of just half a century ago. There is There’s a collection of traditional red and green wallen tooth to rebuildings one- and two-storey buildings in front of the tawest Taoist temple here. Some Beijing-ness Beijingers marvel at the breathtaking changes the city see their city’s seeing in recent years. Paddy Petty fields have been concreted over for housing estates. Low-rise buildings demolished for skyscrapers. The area around Houhai Lake is lucky to survive.
- Words worth to be remembered:
- bustle /ˈbʌsəl/
v.奔忙 例： My mother bustled around the kitchen. 我母亲在厨房里忙得团团转。
adj. 多层的 n. 多层高楼
adj. 极高的,昂贵的 adv. 极高,粉碎
n. 狂热；狂暴；狂怒 v. 使狂怒
adj. 道教的 n. 道士, 道教信徒
n. 令人惊奇的人或事 v. 对…感到惊讶, 大为赞叹
adj. 混凝土的；实在的，具体的；有形的 n. 混凝土 v. （使）凝固；用混凝土修筑