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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, Ally is putting on its bitch of show of shimmering decoratives. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning. Cateros, a party organizer, say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for… activities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what is known as a gifting switch, where anyone who is remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors noted a photographer of Cate… with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign. Looking around here, there is plenty being given away there is gan, like this blue….sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop par, ready to be given out, but there is also opportunity here to give something to charity and not to defect ....that ...decatives… can been seen as a bit sensitive in this tough times. Over time the effect of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic. If you survive a  recession, I think you will just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how its really going to affect them in a number of films, I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems studios, that will be major, pulling back on the whole…different productions levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years. But there are few better places in the world, putting on the show; Hollywood has always been a depth of creating illusions. It's likely we will more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, aiming at distracting us from the financial worlds. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending insight, among the worker, Sky news, Los Angeles

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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on its bitch of show of shimmering decoratives. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning. Cateros and party organizer, save plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what is known as a gifting suite, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors noted a photographer of Cate… with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign. Looking around here, there is plenty being given away there is gadgets, like this bluetooth, sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop par, ready to be given out, but there is also opportunity here to give something to charity and not to the fact that ...decatives… can been seen as a bit sensitive in this tough times. Over time the effect of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic. If you survive a  recession, I think you will just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how its really going to affect them in a number of films?I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios, that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different productions levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years. But there are few better places in the world, putting on the show; Hollywood has always been a depth of creating illusions. It's likely we will more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, aimed at distracting us from the financial worlds. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending inside, among the walkers, Sky news, Los Angeles

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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slug. In the built-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on her *** show of shimmering decadence .But beneath the surface, times are harder than they ‘d been in decades and it’s only just beginning

 

Caterers and party organizers say plans for Oscars celebrations have slowed and budget for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75%.

 

This is what’s known as a gifting of sweet, where anyone who’s remotely famous gets free bees bestowed upon them. These vendors know that a photograph of Kate Winslet with their product can have as much impact as an expensive at campaign.

 

Looking around here, there is plenty being given away. There’s gadget like these blue *** enabled sunglasses over here, pieces of pop art ready to be given out. But there’s also the opportunity here to give something to charity and knocked to the fact that out-and-out decadence can be seen as a bit insensitive in these tough times.

Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.

 

“If it’s a five-act recession, I think we are just beginning to start acting. How is gonna affect the real financing of those studios in Hollywood and how is really gonna affect them, the numbers of films they are gonna make, I imagine, significantly. I imagine that we will be seeing major problems of certain studios. They’ll be major pulling back on a whole series of different production levels. I think you’ll see a big effect in the next couple years.”

 

But there are a few better places in the world putting on a show. Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions. It’s likely we’ll see more up-lifting films like Slumdog Millionaire aimed at distracting us from financial woes. Aside from that, audiences may not see the impact of recession, but the studios will be struggling and there’s no Hollywood ending inside.

 

I’m Ander Walkers, Sky NEWS, Los Angelis

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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, Alley is putting on its bits of show of shimmering decadence. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning. Cateros ,a party organizer, say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what to know as a gifting switch, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. These vendors noted a photographer of Cate… with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign.

“Looking around here, there is plenty being given away there is gadgets, like this blue tooth, sun glasses over here. Pieces of pop par, ready to be given out, but there is also opportunity here to give something to charity and not to the fact that ...decatives… can been seen as a bit sensitive in this tough times. Over time the effect of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.”

“If you survive that recession, I think you will just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how its really going to affect them in a number of films going to make. I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different productions levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years.”

But there are few better places in the world, putting on the show; Hollywood has always been a depth of creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, aimed at distracting us from the financial worlds. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending in sight, I’m Amanda Walker, Sky news, Los Angeles

[ 本帖最后由 flyingsong 于 2009-2-23 11:39 编辑 ]
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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on its ** show of shimmering decadence. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning.

 

Caterers and party organizer say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what is known as a gifting suite, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors know that a photograph of Kate Winslet with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign.

 

Looking around here, there is plenty being given away there is gadgets, like this Bluetooth enabled sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop art, ready to be given out, but there is also the opportunity here to give something to charity and knocked the fact that out-and-out decadence can been seen as a bit insensitive in this tough times.

 

Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.

 

If you survive a  recession, I think you will just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how its really going to affect them in the number of films they are going to make? I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios,  that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different productions levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple / years.

 

But there are few better places in the world, putting on a show. Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, aimed at distracting us from / financial woes. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending inside.

 

I’m Amanda Walker, Sky news, Los Angeles

 

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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on its beach all show of shimmering decadence. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning.

 

Caterers and party organizers say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what's known as a gifting suite, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors know that photograph of Kate Winslet with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign.

 

Looking around here, there is plenty being given away, there is gadgets, like these Bluetooth enabled sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop art, ready to be given out, but there is also the opportunity here to give something to charity and nod to the fact that out-and-out decadence can been seen as a bit insensitive in these tough times.

 

Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.

 

If you survive that recession, I think we are just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how it's really going to affect them in the number of films they are going to make? I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios,  that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different production levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years.

 

But there are few better places in the world, putting on a show. Hollywood has always been a depth at creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, ended at distracting us from financial woes. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending in sight.

 

I’m Amanda Walker, Sky NewsLos Angeles

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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on its ** show of shimmering decadence. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning. Caterers and party organizer say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what is known as a gifting suite, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors know that a photograph of Kate Winslet with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign. Looking around here, there is plenty being given away there is gadgets, like this Bluetooth enabled sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop art, ready to be given announce, but there is also the opportunity here to give something to charity and knocked the fact that out-and-out decadence can been seen as a bit insensitive in this tough times. Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic. If you survive a recession, I think you will just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how its really going to affect them in the number of films they are going to make? I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios, that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different productions levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple / years. But there are few better places in the world, putting on a show. Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, aimed at distracting us from / financial woes. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending inside. I’m Amanda Walker, Sky news, Los Angeles
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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on its beach all show of shimmering decadence. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning.

 

Caterers and party organizers say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what's known as a gifting suite, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors know that a photograph of Kate Winslet with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign.

 

Looking around here, there is plenty being given away, there is gadgets, like these Bluetooth enabled sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop art, ready to be given out, but there is also the opportunity here to give something to charity and nod to the fact that out-and-out decadence can been seen as a bit insensitive in these tough times.

 

Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.

 

If you survive that recession, I think we are just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how it's really going to affect them in the number of films they are going to make? I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios,  that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different production levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years.

 

But there are few better places in the world, putting on a show. Hollywood has always been adapting to creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionaire, ended at distracting us from financial woes. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending in sight.

 

I’m Amanda Walker, Sky News, Los Angeles

 

Stay hungry, Stay foolish.. 求知若渴,虚心若愚。

Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions.

 

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trust me,真的是这个短语哦,不信再多听几遍,查查字典哦。

 

对了,还有一个地方,也请不要再改了,

 

aimed at distracting us ...

[ 本帖最后由 jessicahdc 于 2009-2-23 17:32 编辑 ]
jessicahdc 说得是对的,aimed at 应该相对容易听得出来,adept at 是我听了好多遍,最后只能标注英标,直到jessicahdc发出帖子,才焕然大悟。jessicahdc应该是正确的。
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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world, Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the build-up to the Oscars, LA is putting on its habitual show of shimmering decadence. But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades. But it's only just beginning.

 

Caterers and party organizers say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent. This is what's known as a gifting suite, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them. Theses vendors know that a photograph of Kate Winslet with their product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign.

 

Looking around here, there is plenty being given away, there is gadgets, like these Bluetooth enabled sunglasses over here. Pieces of pop art, ready to be given out, but there is also the opportunity here to give something to charity and nod to the fact that out-and-out decadence can been seen as a bit insensitive in these tough times.

 

Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.

 

If you survive that recession, I think we are just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how it's really going to affect them in the number of films they are going to make? I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios,  that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different production levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years.

 

But there are few better places in the world, putting on a show. Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionare, ended at distracting us from financial woes. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending in sight.

 

 

HW

The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest the world Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump.
In the build up to the Oscars alley is putting on its bits of show of shimmering decadents.
But beneath the surface, times are harder than they've been in decades.
Cateros ,a party organizer, say plans for Oscar’s celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as 75 percent.
This is what to know as a gifting switch, where anyone who's remotely famous gets freebies bestowed upon them.
These vendors noted a photographer of XXX with that product can have as much impact as an expensive ad campaign.

“Looking around here, there is plenty being given away there is gadgets, like this blue tooth, sun glasses over here. Pieces of pop par, ready to be given out, but there is also opportunity here to give something to charity and not to the fact that out noun dedicates… can been seen as a bit of sensitive in this tough times. Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.”

“If you survive that recession, I think you will just beginning to start an act to, how it’s going to affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood, how its really going to affect them in a number of films going to make. I imagine, significantly. I imagine that we will be seen major problems with certain studios that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different production levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years.”

But there are a few better places in the world, putting on the show; Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionaire, aimed at distracting us from the financial worms. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recessions, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending in sight, I’m Amanda Walker, Sky news, Los Angeles.

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The gleaming surface betrays the fact that like the rest of the world,Hollywood is experiencing an economic slump. In the buildup to the Oscars, LA is putting on its hit-it-big show of  shimmering decadence. Beneath the surface, timesare harder than they've been in decades. And it's only just  the beginning. Patrons and part organizers say plans for Oscars' celebrations have slowed and budgets for festivities have been cut, some by as much as seventy-five percent.This is what is known as a gift sweet, where anyone who is remotely famous get freebies bestowed upon them. These vendors noted that a photograph of Kate Winslet with that product can has as much impact as an expensive art campaign.

"Looking around here, there is plenty being given away. There is gadget, like these bluetooth enabled sunglasses. Over here pieces of poppa ready to be given out. But it's also the opportunity here to give something to charity and note to the effect that ultimate decadence can be seen as a bit insensitive in these tough times. Over time the effects of the downturn on the movie industry could be dramatic.

" If it's a five-act recession, I feel it was just beginning to start that act two.how it's going to  affect the real financing in those studios in Hollywood?how it's really going to affect them in the number of films they are going to make? I imagine, significantly. I imagine that they will be seen major problems with certain studios,  that will be major, pulling back on the whole series of different production levels. I think you will see a big effect in the next couple of years.

But there are a few better places in the world, putting on the show; Hollywood has always been adept at creating illusions. It's likely we will see more uplifting films like Slumdog Millionaire, aimed at distracting us from the financial woes. Asides from that, the audiences may not see the impact of the recession, but the studios will be struggling, and there is no Hollywood ending in sight, I’m Amanda Walker, Sky news, Los Angeles.


 

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