听写于：2016-12-20 11:55 用时：19:49 正确率：94% 错词：8个
Well , it’s been another tough week on global stock market. It’s markets - big falls again on Thursday, concerns of a over central bank policy in the US. , but also , as ever , the state of China’s economy. One question is being asked: “ how stable is China’s currency nowadays? “ For months, the challenges China’s been facing had have been a talking point, growth down, stock markets sliding. But if there were to be a real crisis in the country, some reckon the first signs of it might be a run on the country’s currency. When are they We’re not there yet? , but it does seem as though , wealthier Chinese citizens are increasingly hedging their bets and shipping billions of dollars worth of yuan or renminbi abroad. , switching it into safer foreign investments. , this despite partial government restrictions on the exchange of foreign currency. The BBC’s Danny Vincent stepped out of his office in Beijing to visit one area where the black market trade supposedly takes place.
I’ve come to the back streets surrounding Beijing Railway Station. , and I’ve tried to buy some fake invoices from one of the many street vendors waiting here for customers. Across the road from the station, there are there’re crowds of travelers travellers returning to the capital after Chinese New Year. And there is there’s a small army of sales people salespeople stopping them to offer their goods and services.
- Words worth to be remembered:
- talking point:
话题；论据；讨论的焦点 例： It's bound to be the main talking point during discussions between the prime minister and the president. 这必定会成为首相和总统会谈的主要议题。
- hedge one’s bets:
为防止损失两面下注，两面讨好 例句： 1861-1865: U.S. Civil War -- British hedge bets on both Union and Confederacy. 1861~1865 美国内战期间，英国佬对北部联邦和南部邦联两头下重注。
a.偏袒的 例： I might be accused of being partial. 我可能会被人指责是偏袒的。
- talking point: