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[自然百科] 2015-04-13 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—25

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[自然百科] 2015-04-13 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—25

 


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BBC: Sacred Rivers With Simon Reeve


 

英国广播公司:西蒙里夫圣河之旅 第一集 The Nile 尼罗河

 

Adventurer Simon Reeve travels from source to sea along the world's longest river, the Nile. His journey will take him from the holy source of the Blue Nile in the Ethiopian highlands, through the desert of Sudan and onwards through Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea.

 

在《朝圣之旅》之后,探险家西蒙·里夫(Simon Reeve)继续游历世界各地,去发掘那些若不事前理解当地河流的巨大影响就无法掌握的故事。首先他将沿着世界上最长的河流——尼罗河——源头一直游历至其入海口;其次,他前往往恒河,探究其宗教文化是如何影响着印度的经济的;最后,他来到长江,在那里他发现了宗教信仰在中国的复兴。

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Oh,dear. Why have you got a crocodile in your house? Because tourists used to visit me, they would sit down and look at the crocodile. In many house there are crocodiles, that’s normal. This crocodile doesn’t look entirely happy in there. Do you ever get it out? Do you get it to walk around? No, I don’t take it out. If I took it out, it would go away. It will go to the Nile. Yeah, perhaps surprisingly. When it grows, did you see the one outside the house, the dead one? Many grow it like this will kill it, stuff it and hang it on the door. Right, it hasn’t a greater future than this. It’s disappointing to see one of the Nile’s oldest inhabitants treated like this. Crocodiles are once worshiped by the locals in the form of the God’s sole back. But this community is struggling, and people are trying to make ends meet any way they can. The Nubians, have lived along the Nile for as long as always anyone. They still have their faith, their traditions, their connections to the river, but times have changed in their day. What they really want here now are few more tourists.
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[Homework]2015-04-13 BBC:圣河之旅 The Nile尼罗河—25

-Oh, dear! Why have you got a crocodile in your house?-Because tourists used to visit me. They would sit down and look at the crocodile.  In many houses there are crocodiles. That's normal.
-This crocodile doesn't look entirely happy in there. Do you ever get it out? Did you get it to walk around?

-No, I don't take it out. If I took it out, it would go away. It would go to the Nile.
-Yeah, perhaps not surprisingly.
-When it grows, did you see the one outside the house, the dead one? When it grows like this, we will kill it, stuff it and hang it on the door.
-Right. It hasn't a great future, does it?
It was disappointing to see one of the Nile's oldest inhabitants treated like this. Crocodiles were once worshipped by locals here in the form of the God S*. But now this community is struggling. People are trying to make ends meet any way they can.
-The Nubians lived along the Nile for as long as almost anyone. They still have their faith, their traditions, their connection to the river, but times have changed, so have they. What they really want here now is a few more tourists.

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Oh dear, why have you got a crocodile in your house? Because tourists used to visit me, they would sit down and look at the crocodile, in many houses there are crocodiles, that's normal. This crocodile doesn't look entirely happy in there, did you ever get it out? did you get it to walk around? No, i don't take it out, if i take it out, it would go away, it would go to the Nile. Perhaps not surprisingly. When it grows, did you see the one outside the house, the dead one? when it grows like this we will kill it, stuff it and hang it on the door. Right, doesn't have a great future, doesn't it? It's disappointing to see one of the Nile's oldest inhabitants treated like this, crocodiles were once worshiped by locals here in the form of the Gods S, but now these communities are struggling, people are trying to make ends meet any way they can. The N have lived along the Nile for as long as almost anyone, they still have their faith, their traditions, their connection to the river, but time has changed so have they, what they really want here now is a few more tourists.
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