Emily Liu asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

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"There are only 18million people in Australia spread out over an entire country," she says," compared to more than six million people in the state of Massachusetts alone. We don't have the kind of congestion you have in boston. There is a whole different perception of space."

The pressing problem for Blackmore was making a quick adjustment to the American lifestyle that felt like it was run by a stopwatch. For this easygoing Australian, Americans seemed like perpetual-motion machines. "Americans are very time-oriented," Blackmore says.

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    "只有一千八百萬的人生活在澳洲這一大片土地上",她說,"比起超過單是一個美國麻薩諸塞州就有超過六百萬人口,我們不像你在波士頓的生活那般擁擠,那是一種對空間全然不同的感覺。"

    對Blackmore來說有個緊迫的問題,那就是對生活步調很快的美國做一個很快的調整。比起不慌不忙的澳洲人,美國人就像不停運轉的機器。"美國人是非常注重時間觀念的!"Blackmore說。

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