(n.): a large thin book with a paper cover that contains articles, photos etc, and is usually sold weekly or monthly
entrepreneurs (企業家) who have made
outstanding (傑出的) contributions to the
financial field (金融領域).
(n.): a person who collects and reports news for newspapers, magazines, radio or television
He is the
reporter (記者) who is famous for asking
tough (尖銳的) questions to get the facts.
(v.): to ask someone questions about their views on television, for a newspaper etc
correspondent (通訊記者) was the first to
interview (採訪) the
witnesses (目擊者) to the
shootout (槍戰) outside the bank.
(v.): to study something carefully and try to discover new facts about it
After years of
researching (研究) into the
Great Migration in Africa (非洲動物大遷徙), he presents his findings about the habits of
wildlife (野生生物) in the
region (地域) in the form of a
(v.): to find something that was hidden or that you did not expect to find
issue (報刊的期數) of the
criminal investigation (刑偵) magazine reported that the police had
discovered (發現) the
fugitive’s (逃犯的) hiding place and
launched (開展) a
capture (抓捕) operation.
(n. phr.): information that one obtains directly by himself or herself
journalist (記者) has a habit of getting
first-hand information (第一手資料) from
educators (教育人士) in order to write
convincing (可信的) reports.