听写于：2016-12-6 12:9 用时：20:40 正确率：94% 错词：7个
Several senior moments have featured in the news of over recent months. At the beginning of February, Ed Balls forgot the name of Bill Thomas, his business ally. A few weeks later, Green party leader Natalie Bennett had a terrible time remembering her party’s policies when she was interviewed by Nick Ferrari on LBC. And I bet Ed Miliband hopes that we’ve forgotten that he forgot to mention the economy in his Labour Party conference speech last autumn. I have every sympathy for these politicians, because I am I’m almost exactly the same age as they are, and I can’t remember a damn darn thing.
I’ve always been absent-minded. In my 30s, I I’d regularly park my car in town for the evening and then forget where I I’d left it. It wasn’t unusual for me to forget what I’ve I’d been doing the day before. And I’ve often had trouble putting a name to a face.
But I’ve also been good at multi-tasking . and I my general knowledge was once good enough for me to captain my college’s University’s University Challenge team. There was even a time when I could hold my own in a political debate.
Not now. Any childhood dream of becoming an MP is now firmly behind me . because I I’d have no hope of remembering faces, statistics , or possibly even policies. Not only do I have galloping nominal aphasia , - the inability to remember names . I am - I’m also alarmed by the erosion of my cognitive power’s powers, full stoppedstop.
- Words worth to be remembered:
adj. 可恶的；完全的 adv. 极其 interj. 可恶 n. 补丁 v. 织补
- Green Party:
n.绿党（关注环保的政党） 例句： There is a Green party but it only scored around about 10 percent in the vote. 虽然有一个绿党，但在选举中该党只得到了大约10%的选票。
- aphasia [əˈfeʒə]:
n.失语症（Aphasia is a mental condition in which people are often unable to remember simple words or communicate.） 例句： Unfortunately, he suffered from sudden onset of aphasia one week later.不幸的是, 他术后一星期突然出现失语症。
n. 疾驰，飞奔；飞快 v. （使）疾驰，飞奔；飞速发展；快速做（或说），急速进行；飞速传递