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2 Section A Our Changing Lifestyle: Trends and Fads

3 Contents Warming Up Text A Reading Through Exercises Main Idea & Structure Words & Expressions

4 Warming up Look at the pictures below, and discuss with your classmates: how has people’s life changed in China during the past 60 years?

5 Warming up

6 Reference: 布拉吉 one-piece dress 中山装 Chinese tunic suit 解放鞋 liberation shoes 工装裤 overalls; dungarees; jeans 喇叭裤 the flared trousers; the bell-bottoms 海魂衫 a sailor’s striped shirt 蛤蟆镜 goggles

7 Warming up Reference: 粮票 grain coupons 搪瓷杯 an enamelled cup 雪花膏 face cream 连环画 serial pictures 水枪 water pistols 弹弓 a slingshot; a catapult 掌上游戏机 handheld game console

8 Reading Through

9 These days, lifestyles have a tendency to change so fast. It is more than just clothing and hairstyles that are in style one year and out of date the next; it’s a whole way of living. One year, people wear hats and blue jeans; they drink white wine and eat at Japanese restaurants: for exercise they run several miles a day. The next year, however, everything has changed: women wear long skirts; people drink expensive water from France, and eat at Italian restaurants: everyone seems to be exercising at health clubs. Para. 1-2 Chinese Our Changing Lifestyle: Trends and Fads Text A

10 Almost nothing in modern life gets away from the influence of fashion: food, music, exercise, books, language, movies, furniture, and even names go in and out of fashion. The interests that people follow can change very quickly. Para. 3 Chinese Text A

11 In the United States, even people can be “in” or “out”. Americans enjoy following the lives of famous people: actors, sports heroes, well- known artists, politicians, and the like. But Americans also pay a lot of attention to people who have no special ability at all. In 1981, for example, an unknown elderly woman appeared in a TV advertisement in which she looked at a very small hamburger and complained loudly, “Where’s the beef?” These three words made her famous. Suddenly she appeared in magazines and newspapers, and on TV shows. She was immediately popular. She was “in”. However, this kind of fame does not last long. Such people are famous for a very short time— they are fads. Para. 4 Chinese Text A

12 What causes such fads to come and go? Although clothing designers influence fads in fashion because they want to make money, this desire for money doesn’t explain fads in other areas, such as language. For example, why have teenagers in the past twenty-five years used—at different times—the words groovy or awesome in conversation instead of simply saying wonderful? According to an expert in popular culture, people who follow fads are not foolish or vain; they simply want to be part of something new and creative. Para. 5 Chinese Text A

13 Fads are not limited to the United States, however. Fads are common in any country that has a strong economy (e.g. Britain, Japan, and Germany). However, in the United States, there is an additional reason for fads: most Americans seem to feel that something is wrong if there isn’t frequent change in their lives. Para. 6 Chinese Text A

14 It’s sometimes difficult to see the difference between a fad and a trend. A fad lasts a very short time and is not very important. A social trend, however, survives a long time and becomes a true part of modern culture. The use of personal computers, for example, is a trend; a fad, on the other hand, could be the use of certain types of computer games. Who knows what changes in lifestyle will happen next? Para. 7 & 8 Chinese Text A

15 Meaning: Our lifestyle is changing all the time and there are different trends and fads at different times. 1 Our Changing Lifestyle: Trends and Fads Meaning of the Sentences

16 Meaning: Not only clothing and hairstyles, but also the whole lifestyles, are changing rapidly: they come into fashion one year, and go out of fashion the next. This tendency has become a whole way of living. 2 It is more than just clothing and hairstyles that are in style one year and out of date the next; it’s a whole way of living. Meaning of the Sentences

17 Meaning: Almost everything in modern life is influenced by fashion... 3 Almost nothing in modern life gets away from the influence of fashion... Meaning of the Sentences

18 Meaning:... almost anything, including food, music, exercise, books, language, movies, furniture, and even names, can be popular at certain times and stop being popular at other times. 4... food, music, exercise, books, languages, movies, furniture, and even names go in and out of fashion. Meaning of the Sentences

19 Meaning: In the United States, even people can be in fashion or out of fashion. 5 In the United States, even people can be “in” or “out”. Meaning of the Sentences

20 Meaning: Americans enjoy learning about the lifestyles of famous people, such as actors, sports heroes, well-known artists, politicians and so on, and try to lead a similar life. 6 Americans enjoy following the lives of famous people: actors, sports heroes, well-known artists, politicians, and the like. Meaning of the Sentences

21 Meaning: In 1981, for example, an unknown elderly woman was on TV in an advertisement. In this advertisement, she looked at a very small hamburger and, feeling dissatisfied, said loudly and angrily, “Where’s the beef?” 7 In 1981, for example, an unknown elderly woman appeared in a TV advertisement in which she looked at a very small hamburger and complained loudly, “Where’s the beef?” Meaning of the Sentences

22 Meaning: Suddenly she became so popular that her name appeared in magazines and newspapers, and she was invited to take part in TV programs. 8 Suddenly she appeared in magazines and newspapers, and on TV shows. Meaning of the Sentences

23 Meaning: However, these kinds of people become well known and are widely talked about for only a short time. 9 However, this kind of fame does not last long. Meaning of the Sentences

24 Meaning: Why do such fads change so quickly? 10 What causes such fads to come and go? Meaning of the Sentences

25 Meaning: Clothing designers start new fads in the area of fashion because they want to earn money, but fads in other areas, such as fads in the area of language, are not caused by people’s desire to earn money. 11 Although clothing designers influence fads in fashion because they want to make money, this desire for money doesn’t explain fads in other areas, such as language. Meaning of the Sentences

26 Meaning: For example, why have the young people used the words “groovy” or “awesome” at different periods of time in the past twenty-five years when talking to others and not simply used “wonderful”, which has the same meaning? 12 For example, why have teenagers in the past twenty-five years used—at different times—the words groovy or awesome in conversation instead of simply saying wonderful? Meaning of the Sentences

27 Meaning: An expert who studies popular culture says that people follow fashionable interests or activities neither because they don’t have good sense nor because they think too highly of themselves... 13 According to an expert in popular culture, people who follow fads are not foolish or vain... Meaning of the Sentences

28 Meaning:... they simply want to take part in new and original activities. 14... they simply want to be part of something new and creative. Meaning of the Sentences

29 Meaning: However, fads exist not only in the United States, but also in other countries. 15 Fads are not limited to the United States, however. Meaning of the Sentences

30 Meaning: Fads are common in any developed country, such as Britain, Japan, and Germany. 16 Fads are common in any country that has a strong economy (e.g. Britain, Japan, and Germany). Meaning of the Sentences

31 Meaning:... it seems that for most Americans, their lives should often change; otherwise, they feel there is something wrong. 17... most Americans seem to feel that something is wrong if there isn’t frequent change in their lives. Meaning of the Sentences

32 Meaning: But a social trend continues to exist for a long time and then becomes a real part of modern culture. 18 A social trend, however, survives a long time and becomes a true part of modern culture. Meaning of the Sentences

33 Meaning: It is hard to tell what changes in lifestyle will happen next. 19 Who knows what changes in lifestyle will happen next? Meaning of the Sentences

34 Our lifestyle is changing all the time and there are different trends and fads at different times. Not only clothing and hairstyle, but also the whole way of living are changing rapidly. But why do fads change so quickly? For some people, they just want to make money while for others, they simply want to take part in new and original activities. In spite of the difference between a fad and a trend, fads exist in every country. And no one knows what changes in lifestyle will happen next. Main Idea Main Idea & Structure

35  Main idea: Concluding the passage StructureStructure  Main idea: Illustration of the existence of different trends and fads at different times  Main idea: Introduction to the topic of the passage: trends and fads Part II: Para. 2-4 Part III: Para. 5-6 Part I: Para. 1 Part IV: Para. 7-8  Main idea: Explanation of the reasons of fads coming and going.

36 New Words Words & Expressions trend complain cause tendency advertisement fame desire creative area economy additional appear frequent survive

37 Expressions Words & Expressions out of date in/out of fashion and the like pay attention to come and go make money

38 trend n. 【 1 】 a fashion or style 时尚;时髦 e.g. There is a trend among young people to study abroad. 年轻 人中流行出国留学。 【 2 】 a general tendency or direction in the way a situation is changing or developing 倾向;趋势;趋向 e.g. If current trends continue, the world population could be 7 billion by the year 2010. 按目前的趋势,到 2010 年全球人口将达到 70 亿。 New Words Exercises

39 Exercises trend 2. 男性越来越多地参与家务劳动,这已成 为一种趋势。 There is a trend towards more male participation in housework. 1. 麦当娜是时尚的完美诠释。 Madonna is a perfect illustration of trend. New Words

40 Exercises tendency n. 倾向;趋势;趋向 e.g. Unhappy parents have a tendency to bring up unhappy children. 不幸福的父母养育的子女也往往不幸福。 她天生比较谨慎。 She has a natural tendency toward caution. New Words

41 appear v. 【 1 】 become able to be seen; come into sight 出现;呈现 e.g. The symptoms don’t appear until a few days later. 症状要到几天后才显现。 【 2 】 seem; give other people a particular idea or feeling 似乎; 好像;看来 e.g. Love appears to be more beautiful in stories than in real life. 故事里的爱情似乎比现实生活中的要美一些。 New Words Exercises

42 Exercises appear 2. 都市人似乎永远在忙忙碌碌。 City people appear to be hurrying all the time. 1. 她乌黑的头发中露出了丝丝银发。 Gray began to appear in her black hair. New Words

43 Exercises advertisement n. 广告 e.g. This advertisement is full of exaggeration. 这个广告满是夸张的言辞。 我刚在报纸上看到你们的招聘广告, 我想应聘。 I’ve just seen your advertisement for jobs in the newspaper and I would like to apply. New Words

44 Exercises complain v. 抱怨;发牢骚;诉苦;投诉 e.g. To complain about things all the time makes one sick. 老是发牢骚让人不舒服。 如果商品质量不好,你应该向生产商投诉。 If goods are not well made, you should complain to the manufacturer. New Words

45 Exercises fame n. 名气;名声;声誉 e.g. His fame did not come until after his death. 他死后才成名。 出名后的一个坏处就是人们在大街上对你 指指点点。 One of the disadvantages of fame is that people point at you in the street. New Words

46 cause v. lead to or be the cause of 导致;引起;使发生 e.g. The child’s headache may be caused by stress. 这孩子的头痛可能是紧张引起的。 n. 【 1 】 a person, thing, or event that makes something happen 原因;起因 e.g. Scientists are searching for the cause of the disease. 科学家正在寻找这种疾病的起因。 【 2 】 a principle, aim or movement that is strongly defended or supported 事业;目标 e.g. The organization has successfully gotten support for its cause. 该 组织成功地为其事业赢得了支持。 Exercises New Words

47 Exercises cause 2. 贫穷不一定导致犯罪。 Poverty is not necessarily a cause of crime. 1. 他的话引起了不同的反应。 His words have caused different reactions. New Words 3. 他对自己的事业很有信心,因而不会改变主意。 He has a strong belief in his cause and will not change his mind.

48 desire n. a strong hope or wish 愿望;欲望;心愿 e.g. Attractive store displays can create a desire for the goods. 商 店引人注目的陈设能激发人们的购买欲望。 v. (formal) wish or want very much ( 正式)渴望;想要 e.g. He suddenly desired a glass of beer at the sight of the advertisement. 看到这则广告,他突然很想喝杯啤酒。 Exercises New Words

49 Exercises desire 2. 我们渴望两国之间保持永久的和平。 We desire a durable peace between the two nations. 1. 在国外旅行了这么久,她萌发了再次回到家乡的愿望。 After traveling out of her country for so long, she had a desire to go back to her hometown again. New Words

50 area n. 【 1 】 (the range or limits of) a subject, activity, etc. 学科范围;领域; 方面 e.g. He has a wealth of experience in this area. 他在这个领域有宝贵的经验。 【 2 】 a part or division of a region or of a country 地区;区域 e.g. The police are trying to prevent people from entering that area. 警方正设法阻止人们进入那个区域。 New Words Exercises

51 Exercises area 2. 我们正计划在这个地区建一家工厂。 We are planning to set up a factory in this area. 1. 这是植物研究的新领域。 This is a new area in the study of plants. New Words

52 Exercises creative adj. 创造性的;有创造力的 e.g. The problem is turning creative ideas into real products. 问题是要把有创造性的想法变成真实的产品。 有创造力的人必须能够想象出某种事物、 人物及场景。 Creative people must be able to imagine objects, people and scenes. New Words

53 economy n. 【 1 】 the system by which a country’s wealth is produced and used 经济情况;经济体制 e.g. To understand a country’s economy, economists check the growth in a certain industry. 为了解一个国家的经济,经济学家们 核查某种产业的增长情况。 【 2 】 (an example of) the careful use of money, time, effort, etc., in order to avoid waste 节约;节省 e.g. Let’s begin with economy in stationery. 让我们从节约办公用 品做起。 New Words Exercises

54 Exercises economy 2. 新总裁决定在公司里实行节俭。 The new president has decided to practice economy in the company. 1. 加入世贸组织给中国的经济带来了哪 些好处? What did China’s economy benefit from entering the WTO? New Words

55 Exercises additional adj. 另外的;附加的;追加的 e.g. We offer additional courses to help students speak English more fluently. 我们另外开设其他课程以帮助学生更流利地说英语。 如需任何其他信息,请来电。 Please call for any additional information if you require. New Words

56 Exercises frequent adj. 频繁的;屡见不鲜的;常见的 e.g. He needs frequent rests during work. 他工作中时常需要休息一下。 这座城市经常发生抢劫。 Robberies are quite frequent in this city. New Words

57 survive vi. continue to live or exist, especially after coming close to death 幸存;活下来;残存 e.g. I can’t survive on $30 a week. 靠每星期 30 美元的生活费我没法生活。 vt. continue to live or exist after 比 ······ 活得长;经历 ······ 之后还存在 e.g. Only special plants can survive the terrible climate of a desert. 只有特殊的植物才能在可怕的沙漠气候中存活下来。 New Words Exercises

58 Exercises survive 2. 这些唱片保留下来的寥寥无几。 Very few of these records survive. 1. 有的房屋和桥梁可以抗震。 Some buildings and bridges can survive an earthquake. New Words

59 Exercises out of date 过时的;不用的 玫瑰永远都是最受欢迎的花,因为爱情永远不会过时。 e.g. Don’t listen to him—his ideas are out of date. 别听他的,他的想法已经过时了。 Expressions Rose is going to remain the most popular flower because love is never out of date.

60 Exercises in/out of fashion 流行 / 不流行 人们都笑话他的衣服又旧又过时。 e.g. At present, Tang garments are in fashion in China. 中国目前流行唐装。 Expressions People laughed at him because his clothes were old and out of fashion.

61 Exercises and the like 诸如此类;等等 我小儿子的包里总是放满了小动物、树叶 等诸如此类的东西。 e.g. A furniture store sells beds, tables, chairs and the like. 家具店出售床、桌子、椅子诸如此类的东西。 Expressions My little boy’s bag is always filled with small animals, leaves and the like.

62 Exercises pay attention to 留心;注意 医生应该听病人怎么说,这点永远都很重要。 e.g. People thought he was stupid and never paid attention to him. 人们认为他愚钝,从来不注意他。 Expressions It is always important for doctors to pay attention to what the patients say.

63 Exercises come and go 来来去去;忽隐忽现;变化无常 潮流变来变去,但是这种款式却始终受到欢迎。 e.g. People come and go, but I will never forget you. 人来人往,但我永远不会忘记您。 Expressions Fashions come and go, but this style has always been popular.

64 Exercises make money 挣钱;赚钱 别忘了这是商业,我们是来赚钱的。 e.g. He came all the way to China just to make money. 他大老远来到中国就是为了赚钱。 Expressions Don’t forget this is a commercial business and we are here to make money.

65 Exercises Using the Right Word Working with Expressions Focusing on Sentence Structure Translating Using Topic-related Terms Basic Writing Skills

66 Complete the following sentences with the help of the first letter(s). Fill in each blank with one word only. Use the words from the word list of Text A in this unit. 1. I’m going to sell the house, together with the f_________. urniture 2. You had a traffic accident, so you’ll have to ap_________ in court. pear Using the Right Word 3. There is an ad___________ for our new product in the local newspaper. vertisement 4. I de____ nothing other than to be left in peace. So just go away. sire

67 5. It is f_______ to spend money on something you don’t use. oolish 6. We should try hard to develop tourism ( 旅游业 ). Tourism cr_____ jobs for local people. eate Using the Right Word 7. The development of the world’s e_______ will bring about many new problems. conomy 8. Mother will need ad_______ help to do the work since she is not in good health. ditional

68 1. Unfortunately, the hat I had just bought was no longer______ fashion. 2. You ought to pay more attention _____ the quality of these goods. 3. I want to complain ______ the food and the service in this restaurant. 4. The trend at the moment is _______ a more natural and less made-up look. in to about towards Working with Expressions Fill in each of the blanks in the following sentences with a suitable preposition or adverb.

69 5. I will meet Mr. Smith _______ the book club at 10 o’clock. 6. We have invited an expert ______ this area to give us a speech. 7. I have a strong desire _______ fresh air after staying in the small room for several hours. 8. His knowledge is only limited ________ what is taught in class. at in for to Working with Expressions

70 Model: It is not only clothing and hairstyles that are in style one year and out of date the next; it’s a whole way of living. Key: It is more than just clothing and hairstyles that are in style one year and out of date the next; it’s a whole way of living. A. Rewrite the following sentences after the model, using the expression “more than just”. Focusing on Sentence Structure

71 - Children like it because it is more than just a simple toy. - More than just your life will be affected; it is the whole group. -She can more than just sing well; she is also a good dancer. 1. Children like it because it is not just a simple toy. 2. Not only your life will be affected; it is the whole group. 3. She cannot only sing well; she is also a good dancer. Focusing on Sentence Structure

72 Model: It seems that we’ll have fine weather today. Key: It appears that we’ll have fine weather today. B. Rewrite the following sentences after the model, using the word “appear”. Focusing on Sentence Structure

73 -It appears that you’ll be the only boy at the party. -He appears to be friendly, but you still have to be careful. -She appeared quite excited to hear that John was coming soon. 1. It seems that you’ll be the only boy at the party. 2. He seems to be friendly, but you still have to be careful. 3. She seemed quite excited to hear that John was coming soon. Focusing on Sentence Structure

74 A. Translate the following into English. 1. 如果他一开始谈论过去,你就永远都没法从他那儿脱身。 ( get away from ) If he starts talking about the past, you’ll never get away from him. 2. 冬天失业率有上升的趋势。 ( tendency ) There is a tendency for job losses to rise in the winter. Translating

75 A. Translate the following into English. 3. 在我不断地要求下,父亲终于同意和我一起去澳大利亚了。 ( frequent ) Because of my frequent demands, father finally agreed to go to Australia with me. 4. 他把老店卖了,开了一家新店,以便赚更多的 钱。 (make money) He sold his shop and opened a new one to make more money. Translating

76 B. Translate the following into Chinese. 1. It is more than just clothing and hairstyles that are in style one year and out of date the next; it’s a whole way of living. 迅速变化的不仅仅只是一年流行而第二年就过时的服饰和发型,而是整个生活 方式。 2. In 1981, for example, an unknown elderly woman appeared in a TV advertisement in which she looked at a very small hamburger and complained loudly, “Where’s the beef?” 比如, 1981 年,一位名不见经传的老妇人出现在一个电视广告里,她看着一只很小 的汉堡包,大声抱怨道: “ 牛肉呢? ” Translating

77 B. Translate the following into Chinese. 3. Although clothing designers influence fads in fashion because they want to make money, this desire for money doesn’t explain fads in other areas, such as language. 尽管时装设计师影响时装潮流为的是赚钱,但这种赚钱的欲望并不能解释其他 方面的时尚,例如语言。 4. However, in the United States, there is an additional reason for fads: most Americans seem to feel that something is wrong if there isn’t frequent change in their lives. 但是,在美国,时尚的发生另有其因:大多数美国人似乎觉得,如果他们的生 活没有发生频繁的变化,那一定有什么地方不对劲了。 Translating

78 Use the following words and expressions to complete the passage below. Change the form where necessary. All types of fads _____________ around us. What is ________ today may go ___________ next month because the change is so fast. Some people, especially ____________ are busy _____________. In today’s society, almost everyone is influenced by ___________ to some degree. in style out of date fashion come and go teenagers follow fads come and go in style out of date teenagers following fads fashion Using Topic-related Terms

79 英语写作中,动词的常用时态的使用主要遵循下列规则: 1. 关于事实、真理和习惯通常用一般现在时。例如: New Year’s Eve is the world’s oldest celebration. (Text A, Unit 6, Book 1) 2. 对于发生在过去时间里的事实或事件通常使用一般过去时。例如: In fact, ancient people celebrated the New Year even before they had ways of measuring time. (Text A, Unit 6, Book 1) Tenses Basic Writing Skills

80 3. 对于发生在过去,但状态却一直持续到现在,或许将来还会发生的事 情,通常使用现在完成时。例如: For more than twenty years, millions of Americans have been able to watch the New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square on television. (Text A, Unit 6, Book 1) 4. 对于将要发生的动作或存在的状态,以及将来反复发生的动作或习惯性 动作通常使用一般将来时。例如: At Sunday’s graduation. Su-kyeong Kim will speak to the 385 memebers of her class. (Text A, Unit 2, Book 1) Basic Writing Skills

81 Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the verbs given in the brackets. When I was born, my grandfather 1) __________(name) me after a rich man who was famous during his time, and 2)________ (tell) me that all my life, I would love my name. When I 3) _____(be) in elementary school, my teachers only called me by my last name. When I was seven, my father 4)________ (give) me an English name, but I didn’t like my new name—it 5) _________(sound) very strange to me. When I was nine years old, my father 6) ________(change) my English name. I’ve recently changed my name again because I 7) _______ (get) married. To be honest, I would really like a name that expresses my dreams better. Maybe in the future I 8) ___________(change) my name again. named told was gave sounded changed Basic Writing Skills got will change

82 Para 1&2 我们不断变化的生活方式:潮流和时尚 如今,生活方式有种迅速变化的趋势。迅速变化的不仅仅只 是一年流行而第二年就过时的服饰和发型,而是整个生活方式 。 曾几何时,人们戴帽子,穿牛仔裤,喝白葡萄酒,到日本餐 馆就餐,每天跑几英里健身。但到了第二年,所有这一切都变 了:妇女们穿长裙,人们喝昂贵的法国进口水,到意大利餐馆 就餐,似乎每个人都在健身俱乐部里锻炼身体。 译 文译 文译 文译 文 译 文译 文译 文译 文

83 Para 3 现代生活中几乎没有什么能逃过时尚的影响:食品、音乐、运 动、书籍、语言、电影、家具,甚至名字都会经历时髦或者过时 的过程。人们追随的兴趣爱好会很快地改变。 译 文译 文译 文译 文 译 文译 文译 文译 文

84 Para 4 在美国,甚至人也可以变得时尚或者过时。美国人喜欢追随名 人的生活方式:演员、体育明星、著名艺人、政治家等。但是美国 人也十分注意一点特殊才能都没有的人。比如, 1981 年,一位名 不见经传的老妇人出现在一个电视广告里,她看着一只很小的汉堡 包,大声抱怨道: “ 牛肉呢? ” 这三个字使她成了名。一时之间,她 在杂志、报纸和电视上频频亮相,一下子大受欢迎,成了时尚。但 是,这种名声并不持久。这种人只是在很短的一段时间里为众人所 知 —— 他们只是时尚。 译 文译 文译 文译 文 译 文译 文译 文译 文

85 Para 5 是什么使这种时尚来得快也去得快?尽管时装设计师影响时装 潮流为的是赚钱,但这种赚钱的欲望并不能解释其他方面的时尚 ,例如语言。比如,为什么青少年在过去 25 年里的不同时代,谈 话时使用 “ groovy (帅呆了) ” 或者 “ awesome (太棒了) ” 这样的词 ,而不只说 “ wonderful (好极了) ” 了呢?据一位流行文化专家说 ,追随时尚的人并不是愚蠢或爱慕虚荣;他们只是想成为富有创 造性的新事物的一部分。 译 文译 文译 文译 文 译 文译 文译 文译 文

86 Para 6 不过,时尚并不只是美国才有。任何经济强国(如英国、日本 、德国)都有时尚。但是,在美国,时尚发生另有原因:大多数 美国人似乎觉得,如果他们的生活没有发生频繁的变化,那一定 有什么地方不对劲了。 译 文译 文译 文译 文 译 文译 文译 文译 文

87 Para 7&8 有时候很难区别时尚和潮流。时尚持续时间很短,也不太重要 。但是一种社会潮流能长时间存在,并且真正成为现代文化的一 部分。例如,使用个人电脑是一种潮流,而使用某种电脑游戏只 可能成为一种时尚。 谁知道今后的生活方式又会发生什么样的变化呢? 译 文译 文译 文译 文 译 文译 文译 文译 文


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