以因应亚洲市场对婴幼儿配方奶粉的旺盛需求,霍尔盖特(Christine

据印媒报导,澳洲两大乳业巨头百嘉集团与澳佳宝(Blackmores)合营推出婴孩配方奶粉之后,又盯上了亚洲夕阳人口作为下叁个对象。

Talk about your retirement

澳洲蒙特利尔11月十26日 (采访者 Morag MacKinnon) –
澳大奇瓦瓦联邦保养品集团澳佳宝(Blackmores)和乳制品巨头必佳(BegaCheese)执手合作,以因应南美洲市情对婴孩配方奶粉的饱满须求,并吸引中澳自由贸易左券带给的机缘。

澳佳宝高管Holgate(Christine
Holgate)表示,百嘉与澳佳宝加起来具有200年的阅世,2018年这两家商厦组成了同伴关系,下一步将搭档开荒经济学用场食物。

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这两家公司二〇一八年四月发布构造建设独资公司,加紧步伐开荒并盛产了五款婴儿幼儿儿配方奶粉,周末在Australia的药房上架。奶粉罐上有必佳子集团Tatura的申明以致袋鼠图片。

Holgate(克赖斯特ine
Holgate)还意味着,老龄配方奶粉是个商业机械。估摸到二〇二〇年中华会有六成的人数超过六十七岁。澳大罗兹也是一个高速老龄化的国度,在过去3年里,100万人奋进四十三虚岁,以区别的主意来歼灭人口老化难题将很首要。

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因精明的中原旅行家纷纭在澳大伯明翰抢购配方奶粉,而后带回国转售赢利,Australia本国的赤子配方奶粉供应恐慌。

Infant formula kicked off the partnership but the teams are already
turning their attention to other products. Holgate says there is an
opportunity in formulas for the ageing population.

Vocabulary: Adjectives for character and
feelings(用于天性和感触的形容词)
Nancy: When you’re married to someone for 30 years, you don’t need to
ask them, ‘Is something wrong?’
Nancy: You know when something’s wrong.
Nancy: My husband Bob retired a few months ago.
Nancy: Before he retired, he was so excited.
Nancy: He was really looking forward to it··· But retirement isn’t
always fun.
Nancy: Sometimes, it can be lonely.
Nancy: Bob has all his free time now, and he doesn’t know what to do
with it.
Nancy: No job to go to in the morning.
Nancy: No kids to play with in the evening, and nothing much else to do
in between.
Nancy: He’s always been such a lovely, kind, sociable man.
Nancy: But recently he’s quiet , pessimistic, maybe even depressed.

澳佳宝老板Holgate(Christine
Holgate)周日对表示,Australia阿娘的配方奶要求旺盛,但供应存在挑衅,亟需协理。

“On holiday recently at Pearl Beach I was walking down the road and a
70-year-old lady stopped me and said she loved what I was doing with
Bega, but when was I bringing out the adult formulas?” she says.

excited(激动的)
lonely(孤独的)
lovely(可爱的)
kind(友善的)
sociable(合群的)
quiet(安静的)
pessimistic(悲观的)
depressed(沮丧的)

Holgate称,首月分娩的10万罐奶粉中足足十分之九不知纪极Australia市道,每位客户每一日限购两罐,周周限购四罐。澳大马拉加联邦阿妈借使在药房买不到配方奶粉,能够拨打客泰山压顶不弯腰电话。

“Thirty per cent of people are forecast to be over the age of 65 in
China by 2020. In Australia we are a rapidly ageing population and over
the past three years one million people turned 50. Looking at different
ways to support an ageing population is going to be important.”

卡蒂 seems very sad. Is she
depressed?(凯蒂看起来很忧伤。她很寒心吗?)
Louis is always deep in thought. He’s very
reflective.(Louis总是在思索。他极度爱沉凝。)
You spend a lot of time alone. Don’t you get
lonely?(你时常独自一个人。你不会感到孤单吗?)
Joe’s taking food to Grandma. He’s a sweet, kind
boy.(乔会把食品拿给岳母。他当成个好孩子。)
She’s so sociable and outgoing. She enjoys
people.(她非常长于交际,天性开朗。她心仪与人交往。)

即便要先行有限帮衬澳国市镇供应,Holgate未有轻视南美洲出口市集的火候。

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澳佳宝独资公司首月生产的赤子奶粉粉中,有约四分一经过天猫市肆店发卖,七款奶粉分别为婴儿幼儿儿、婴儿和小孩子配方奶粉。

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别的,澳洲买主对澳佳宝红萝卜素付加物的供给强劲,推动其股票价格在过去11个月飙升近五倍,成为澳国股票市镇的至宝儿。

Corey’s been really sad since he retired. I think he’s sociable
depressed kind .

编译:刘珞焱 发稿:朱淑珍

He spends lots of time deep in thought. He’s become more kind sociable
reflective as he’s gotten older.

I think I’ll stay home. I’m not feeling very depressed sociable lonely
right now.

I worked with people all of my life. But now that I’m retired, I feel a
bit lonely sociable kind .

It was very kind depressed reflective of you to bring a gift.


Grammar: Tense shifting(时态变化)

Nancy: Bob was always a hardworking man.
Nancy: His job was very demanding.
Nancy: He often worked late into the night, even at weekends.
Nancy: But he did become a successful engineer, and that was good for
us, for the future of our family.
Nancy: But I think he felt bad, felt like he was missing out on the
important things.
Nancy: You know, our kids, Eric and Emma, taking their first step,
saying their first word; he wasn’t around for any of those things.
Nancy: But he was a good father.
Nancy: When he retired, Bob said he was going to spend more time with
his family.
Nancy: But I have my job and both our children have grown up and moved
away.
Nancy: That just leaves Bob.

时态变化

在联系进度中,尽量使用前后一致的时态。假如开始时期使用现在时,从多少个从句或句子到下一句猴时继续使用以往时。

In five years’ time, I will retire at the age of 65. (年后,小编会在 陆14虚岁时退休。)
I am going to try to socialize a lot, or I will become very lonely.
(笔者会尽量多到场社交活动,不然笔者会特别孤独。)

而是,你不常只怕需求从一种时态变为另一种时态。举个例子,你可能用过去时来转述有些人后日所说的剧情。然后,你恐怕切换成现在时,描述这个人如今的感想:

Yesterday, Grandpa said that he felt lonely when he was young. He also
said that now he is more sociable. (
明日,外公说她在常青时以为很孤独。他还说,今后她更加长于交际了。)

Oops. I see another gray hair. I am definitely getting older. Getting
older is scary, but I guess there are some advantages. When I was young,
I (act) acted kind of crazy and wild. I (be) was a little lonely in my
20s. I turned 60 years old yesterday, and I’ve (change) changed . These
days, I (do) do things that are quite … sociable. And I am much more
reflective. In five years, I’m going to (retire) retire . I’ll be 65 by
that time. I’ll (live) live near the mountains and play golf all day.


Reading: The world’s aging population(整个世界老龄化人口)

浏览

翻阅含有总结数据的篇章时,首先快速浏览,找出关键的数字。举个例子,你将要阅读一篇有关全世界老龄化人口的稿子:

  1. 追寻岁数。
  2. 查究年份。
  3. 寻觅百分比。

应用浏览计谋,在以下句子中追寻主要信息。尽量不要阅读每种单词。

In 2005, people who were 65 years or older made up 20 percent of the
Japanese population.

FAST FACTS:

Average age in 1950: 29 years old
Average age in 2050: 45 years old

The world’s population is aging. The average age in developed countries
was 29 in the year 1950. By the year 2050, the average age will be 45.
Japan’s population is aging faster than any other developed country. In
2005, 20 percent of the Japanese population was 65 years or older. By
2055, people who are 65 or older could make up 40% of the population.
With aging populations comes increasing concern over paying for
retirement and medical plans.


Expressions: Expressing possibility(表明或者)

There’s a chance that you won’t get lonely.(你有时机防止孤独。)
It’s highly likely that the average age will
increase.(平均年龄很有十分大恐怕会升高。)
It’s quite possible that could happen.(那一件事格外有超级大希望产生。)
You definitely gain life experience as you
age.(随着年纪增进,你分明会堆积过两个人生经验。)
There’s no doubt that people are living
longer.(无可争辩,人的寿命更加长。)
I wouldn’t be surprised if you enjoy
retirement.(如若您大饱眼福退休生活,作者也不要奇异。)

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MAYA: Look at this gray hair! Ugh. I’m definitely getting older.
SCOTT: There’s no doubt about it, but I wouldn’t worry. I can see only
one gray hair.
MAYA: But I’m sure I’ll get more.
SCOTT: Yup. It’s quite possible that could happen . But there’s also a
chance that you won’t get any more gray hairs for quite a while.
MAYA: I wouldn’t be surprised if it all turned gray tomorrow. I guess
it’s time for me to retire and move to an island.
SCOTT: I’ll go with you. But can you wait for 30 years until we’re 70?
MAYA: Hey – the average age for retirement is 65. That’s when I’m
leaving. And by then, you’ll definitely have gray hair, too.
SCOTT: Yep. It’s highly likely .

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