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SAT写作7个小例子汇总

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新航道小编为大家准备了七个万能例子,这是些非常不错的例子,也是能够套用的一些例子。仅供大家参考:



1.The Last Leaf by O. Henry/欧亨利的最后一片叶子

简介:《最后一片叶子》,又译《最后的常春藤叶》,主人公是琼珊、苏艾、贝尔曼。文中作者着力挖掘和赞美小人物的伟大人格和高尚品德,展示他们向往人性世界的美好愿望。最后一片叶子”的故事,着实让我们为琼西的命运紧张了一番,为苏艾的友谊感叹了一回,为贝尔曼的无私震撼了一次。作者通过对穷苦朋友间友谊的描写,刻画出一个舍己为人的以自己生命为代价创造真正杰作的画家形象,讴歌了以贝尔曼为代表的普通人的高尚,体现了人们通过自己的深思而得到的重生。

写作例子:Johnsy is an inhabitant of an art colony inGreenwich Village, where pneumonia is taking its toll. Eventually, Johnsy isstricken with the disease and gives up all desire to live. Outside her windowresides an old ivy vine on which only a few leaves remain. Convinced that shewill die when the last leaf falls, Johnsy watches the vine incessantly. This morbid fascination distresses her big hearted neighbor Mr. Berhman, an oldpainter scraping by as an artist’s model and still dreaming of painting hismasterpiece. Time passes, Johnsy remains fascinated by the withering vine. Toher growing astonishment, a single last leaf attaches itself firmly to thevine. Taking this as an embodiment of hope, Johnsy’s condition ameliorated. Inthe meantime, her neighbor has been taken to hospital with pneumonia, where helater dies. It is later discovered that he had contracted the disease after stayingup all night to paint the perfect image of a single leaf on the brick walloutside Johnsy’s window.(167字)

2.Charles Schulz/查尔斯舒尔茨

简介:查尔斯·舒尔茨(Charles M. Schulz),1922年11月26日出生于美国明尼苏达州,2000年2月12日因肠结癌辞世,享年77岁。他1950年开始创作史努比系列漫画,五十年来史努比、查理·布朗等故事人物的触角,已延伸至全球七十五个国家,透过21种翻译本刊登在2600家报纸上,以及3亿本漫画和50部卡通,估计每天陪伴3亿5千万读者一同欢笑。2001年又陆续刊登了查尔斯·舒尔茨在世时未发表的画稿。

写作例子:Charles Monroe Schulz is an Americancartoonist, whose comic strip Peanuts is considered to be one of the most popularand influential in the history of the medium. Although Charles was a shy, timidteenager, he was steadfast and persistent. It is his self-defeatingstubbornness and admirable perseverance in trying his best against all oddsthat made him a popular figure. He can never win a ballgame but continues toplay baseball; he can never fly a kite successfully but continues to do so.Although his drawings were first rejected by his high school yearbook and thenrefused by Disney, he persevered and created the world renowned Charlie Brownand Snoopy, known as Peanut comic, which reflects his own life. Peanuts ran for50 years, and, at its peak, appeared in more than 2,600 newspapers in 75countries. (138字)

3.Thomas Edison/托马斯爱迪生

简介:托马斯·阿尔瓦·爱迪生(Thomas Alva Edison,1847年2月11日—1931年10月18日),出生于美国俄亥俄州米兰镇,逝世于美国新泽西州西奥兰治。发明家、企业家。爱迪生是人类历史上第一个利用大量生产原则和电气工程研究的实验室来进行从事发明专利而对世界产生重大深远影响的人。他发明的留声机、电影摄影机、电灯对世界有极大影响。他一生的发明共有两千多项,拥有专利一千多项。

写作例子:Thomas Edison is considered to be one ofthe most prolific inventors in history, holding 1,093 US patents under hisname. He is one of the first inventors to apply the principles of massproduction and large teamwork to the process of invention, and therefore isoften credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory.To find a long lasting material for the light bulb, Edison and his team workedfor many years and experienced more than 1,500 failures through the process.However, their research was not hampered by setbacks and their hard work wasfinally paid off in 1879. Using a small carbonized bamboo filament, Edison andhis team were able to produce a light bulb that was able to last over 40 hours.After soughting further improvements, Edison finally filed for US patent 223898in November4, 1879. His invention of the light bulb not only revolutionized thenascent electric industry, but also made electricity viable to mankind. (161字)

4.Henry Ford/亨利福特

简介:亨利·福特(HenryFord,1863年7月30日—1947年4月8日),美国汽车工程师与企业家,福特汽车公司的建立者。他也是世界上第一位使用流水线大批量生产汽车的人。他的生产方式使汽车成为一种大众产品,它不但革命了工业生产方式,而且对现代社会和文化起了巨大的影响。美国学者麦克·哈特所著的《影响人类历史进程的100名人排行榜》一书中,亨利·福特是唯一上榜的企业家。

写作例子:Henry Ford, the American founder of theFord Motor Company, had been stimulated by Thomas Edison in his youth andfollowed Thomas Edison’s career then. In 1896, while attending acompany-sponsored convention in Manhattan Beach, New York, Henry Ford was introducedto the great inventor Thomas Edison. During their conversation, Edison askedthe young Henry Ford a host of questions and when the conversation was over,Edison emphasized his satisfaction by banging his fist down on the table."Young man," he said, "that's the thing! You have it!” To HenryFord, as he later indicated, that bang on the table was worth worlds.

After receiving the complete approval fromThomas Edison, Henry Ford strived to accomplish his invention of the cheap andconvenient Model T. After further improvements, the price of Model T decreasedfrom $850 to $225, a price that is affordable to most social classes. Thedesign later revolutionized the transportation industry in America becauseprior to its introduction, cars were a form of luxury that is only affordableto the upper echelons. And in just 19 years after the first introduction, thesales of the Model T had reached an astounding 15,007,034, a record which stoodfor the next 45 years. (204字)

5.Jack Welch/杰克韦尔奇

简介:杰克·韦尔奇(Jack Welch)是通用电气(GE)董事长兼CEO。在短短20年间,这位商界传奇人物使GE的市场资本增长30多倍,达到了4500亿美元,排名从世界第10提升到第1。他所推行的“六西格玛”标准、全球化和电子商务,几乎重新定义了现代企业。

写作例子:Jack Welch was the former CEO of GeneralElectric. He joined the company in 1960 and worked as a junior engineer. Aftera year at GE, he was displeased with the strict bureaucracy regarding pay risewhich led to a mere $1000 increase in his salary after his first year. Welch,who then harbored thoughts of leaving the company, was convinced by ReubenGutoff to stay. He then started questioning the decisions made by theauthorities and moved up the ranks quickly. When he became the CEO of GE in1981, he worked to streamline the company by trimming inventories anddismantling the bureaucracy that almost led him to leave the company. Eachyear, he would fire the bottom 10% of his managers, while rewarding the top 20%with bonuses and stock options. By pushing his managers to perform, theperennial problem with regards to perceived inefficiency was effectivelyeradicated. When Welch left GE, the company had gone from a market value of $14billion to more than $410 billion at the end of 2004, making it the most valuableand largest company in the world. (186字)

6.Christopher Reeve/克里斯托弗里夫

简介:克里斯托弗·里夫(Christopher Reeve),1952年9月25日出生于纽约,美国影视演员。里夫初登银幕是在1976年,出演《死亡潜航》中的小配角。1978年至1987年间,克里斯托弗·里夫开始出演《超人》系列电影。1995年,里夫因一次意外事故而瘫痪。1997年,执导《黄昏时刻》。1998年,克里斯托弗·里夫重返银幕,参演了《后窗》。2004年10月11日,克里斯托弗·里夫因病逝世。

写作例子:Christopher Reeve was an American actor whois best known for his portrayal of the superhero Superman. However, unlike theman of steel he was in his movies, Reeve became quadriplegic after being thrownfrom a horse in an equestrian competition in 1995. As a result, he required awheelchair and breathing apparatus for the rest of his life. Despite thesetbacks, Reeve was reinvented by that experience and brought the kind ofenergy and enthusiasm that made him successful as a film star to an entirelydifferent issue, with huge effect. He lobbied on behalf of people with spinalcord injuries for human embryonic stem cell research and established theChristopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, a non-profit research organizationwhich raises money for research in spinal cord injuries. Also, he lobbied forscientists to be allowed to conduct stem cell research in the hopes ofeventually curing paralysis and other current incurable diseases such as Alzheimer’sand Parkinson’s. Through this, Reeve will be remembered as “Superman” not only inthe movies, but also in reality. (175字)

7.Franklin Roosevelt/富兰克林罗斯福

简介:富兰克林·德拉诺·罗斯福(Franklin D.Roosevelt,1882年1月30日--1945年4月12日),美国第32任总统,美国历史上唯一连任超过两届(连任四届,病逝于第四届任期中)的总统,美国迄今为止在任时间最长的总统。罗斯福家族在美国大约有近 300年的历史,美国第26任总统西奥多·罗斯福是富兰克林·罗斯福的堂叔。

写作例子:Franklin Roosevelt was the 32nd presidentof the United States who rose to prominence during the Great Depression. Duringthat time, President Hebert Hoover’s economic program was unsatisfactory andineffective and kept millions of people under poverty and hunger. In the midstof despair, Franklin Roosevelt, who had long been questioning Hoover’s economicprogram, was elected as the President to combat the economic crisis. Heassembled a group of elites and constructed a more effective economic programcalled New Deal. The new program provided money and supplies to needy familiesand created jobs for the unemployed. As a result, President Roosevelteffectively rekindled hope to millions of despondent Americans. New Deal provedto be an important turning point in the history of America. It made a powerfulstart of a strong government role in the nation’s economic affairs thatremained and developed to the present day. (146字)

例子的选取,对所选人物的深度挖掘和理解,会比只注重数量,却对每一个例子都浅尝辄止的做法更好。当然,例子的选取除了要考虑应用广度之外,还要尽可能的新颖。更多精彩请关注深圳新航道。

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