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【AIP学粹集】英语写作:My ideal job(一)

2016.05.19 142人阅读

本期优秀作文选集来自高一C班,在学完课本上“ my worst job in an apple plant ”后,为了检验学生的掌握情况,以及举一反三能力,特将题目命名为“my ideal job is……”,通过半命名的形式,考察学生们对于议论文段落的主题句、论据展开以及论证之间的关系的理解和运用,AIP语言中心的老师挑选了其中两篇较为优秀的文章分享给大家,以下是其中一篇。


My ideal job

by 陈牧翎


 
陈牧翎


My ideal job is to be a disc jockey1 on the radio station. And I think the basic demand2 is that I need a pleasant speaking voice and excellent verbal3 skills for the job.


To start with, on the air, I may introduce music, conduct4 interviews, and read commercials5 and even the weather forecast. By observing experienced mobile DJs, I'll then learn what's good vs. what's unprofessional, so I can learn from them what skills I need for my future job.


In addition, I can also eventually6 advance7 to more formal affairs, such as wedding ceremonies. Then the experience will be priceless, which can be used to apply to universities that offer a broadcasting degree with a radio emphasis8.



Besides, it may also give me a major advantage within the broadcasting industry so that I can gain experience at my college radio station by doing any work that will teach me about radio broadcasting, a station's equipment and the problems associated with airtime and thus get an internship9 of any kind at a local radio station while I'm in college.



Finally, I think the wage will be between $1000~1500, and I don't need to work from dawn to dusk10. I can just be a morning, afternoon or evening DJ in the radio station.


New words:


1.   disc jockey   缩写 DJ电台播音员

2.     demand  [di?mɑ:nd] n.   要求;需要 vt.要求;需要

3.     verbal  [?v?:b?l] a.   口头的;

4.     conduct  [?k?nd?kt, ?k?nd?kt] vt.   管理;指挥

5.     commercials  [k??m?:??l] n.   商业广告

6.     eventually  [i?vent?u?li] ad.   终于,最后

7.     advance  [?d?vɑ:ns] vi.   前进

8.     emphasis  [?emf?sis] n.   强调,重点

9.     internship  ['int?:n?ip] n.   实习的职务

10.   from dawn to dusk   从早到晚


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