★ KEY TERMS passenger 乘客 take the bus 搭公車 bus stop 公車站 take the subway 搭地鐵 subway station 地鐵站 take the train 搭火車
★ Which bus should I take to...... 我該搭哪輛公車到?? Maurice：Excuse me. Which bus should I take to Elmsford? 打擾了，我該搭哪輛公車到艾姆斯佛德呢？ Anya：You can take the 65 or the 122. 你可以搭第65路或122路公車。 Maurice：Do you know which bus stop they leave from? 那您知道它們從哪個公車站牌發車？ Anya：Yes. They both depart from stop D. 是的，它們都從D站牌出發。
★ I want to buy a ticket to......我想買一張票到...... Jeff：Hi. I want to buy a ticket to Denver. 嗨，我要買張到丹佛的火車票。 Ticket Seller：Sure. When would you like to travel? 好的，您想要何時出發？ Jeff：Within the next hour would be great. 能下個小時內就太棒了。 Ticket Seller：Okay. 好。
World War I broke out in 1914, and it was the first global war in human history. It had produced more than 40 million casualties by the time it ended in 1918; this included 21 million wounded and 20 million killed. Over 60 million European soldiers participated in the war..
The war resulted from changes in the balance of power in Europe. Germany became a unified country in 1871, and its expanding power began to threaten established European powers such as Great Britain, France, and Russia. When an assassination in Bosnia forced Russia to come to the assistance of one of its allies, the Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) declared war on the Entente Powers France, Britain, and Russia) and World War I erupted..
Within weeks, most European countries had entered the war. Italy joined the Entente Powers' side in 1915, and then the United States joined in 1917. On the side of the Central Powers, the Ottoman Empire entered in 1914, followed by Bulgaria in 1915..
"World War I," "The Great War," "The War to End Wars"— no matter what name it goes by, it was a horrible conflict. At the start of the war, military tactics had not evolved to include new inventions like heavy artillery and the machine gun. The end result was trench warfare, where both sides dug long trenches that were often only a few hundred meters apart. Soldiers spent months in the trenches, suffering from disease, rats, lice in their hair, and rotten food. They lived like this until their commanding officer announced that it was time to attack the enemy trench. Then they would climb out and charge into "no man's land," stepping on land mines and getting tangled up in barbed wire, all while being shot at by enemy machine guns..
Eventually, new inventions such as tanks and airplanes helped to break the stalemate of trench warfare, and World War I came to an end in 1918. Although the Entente Powers won the war, they lost the peace. It would only be 20 short years before the outbreak of World War II.
「第一次世界大戰」、「一戰」、「歐戰」 （World War I; The Great War; The War to EndWars），這場戰役無論有多少別稱，都是一場可怕的衝突。戰爭初始之際，軍事戰略尚未使用後期所引進的重砲與機關槍等新發明，導致後來演變為壕溝戰，也就是雙方交戰人馬各自開挖深長戰壕，且相距不過數百公尺遠。士兵花上數月時間待在壕溝中，飽受疾病、鼠害、頭蝨與食物腐敗之苦，等到指揮官下令開始攻擊敵軍戰壕，士兵會爬出壕溝，衝到兩軍交戰的「無人區」，隨時可能因為踩到地雷、被拒馬上的有刺鐵絲網纏住，或是被敵軍機關槍掃射而喪命。.