declamation

英 [deklə'meɪʃ(ə)n] 美 ['dɛklə'meʃən]
  • n. 雄辩;朗诵
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declamation (n.)
late 14c., from Latin declamationem (nominative declamatio), noun of action from past participle stem of declamare (see declaim).
1. Declamation is a traditional Chinese teaching method.
诵读教学是我国传统的语文教学方法。

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2. I see that I have lapsed into parable and ecstatic declamation.
我知道我在比喻和狂喜的辩论中造成了遗误.

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3. Were you present at the declamation contest of Freshmen?
大一的朗诵比赛你参加了没有?

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4. The simplicity of chant, with unison voice and natural declamation, is most common.
最普遍的简单吟唱都是合唱和自然的朗诵.

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5. Every Saturday night a meeting is held, in which there are oration , declamation , dialogue, and debate.
每星期六晚,开会一次, 有演说, 对话, 辩论.

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