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每日英語跟讀 Ep.841: About USA - The most talked about moment from the SAG Awards? 美國演員工會獎最為人津津樂道的時刻與紐約不用塑膠袋

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每日英語跟讀 Ep.841: About USA - The most talked about moment from the SAG Awards? Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston meeting face-to-face

Their marriage ended nearly 15 years ago, but many pop culture junkies are still holding out hope that Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt will someday get back together. The one-time power couple gave fans a tiny sliver of hope when they bumped into each other at the SAG Awards on Sunday night — oblivious that their interaction would be more talked about than any of the awards.

他們的婚姻在近15年前告吹,但許多流行文化迷仍懷抱珍妮佛.安妮斯頓與布萊德.彼特有一天能復合的希望。這對演藝界強強聯手的前任夫妻週日晚間在美國演員工會獎(頒獎典禮)的不期而遇,帶給粉絲些許希望——渾然未覺他們的交流,會比任何獎項更為人津津樂道。

The stars’ five-year marriage famously ended in 2005 and Pitt soon started dating his co-star from "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," Angelina Jolie. Jolie and Pitt married in 2014 and raised six children together but separated in 2016 ultimately divorced in 2019.

這對明星的5年婚姻在2005年高調告終,彼特隨即與當時合演電影「史密斯任務」的女星安潔莉娜.裘莉交往。裘莉與彼特在2014年結婚,共同扶養6名子女,但2016年分居,最後在2019年離婚。

Now, fans appear to be having a frenzy online. The video of Pitt watching Aniston’s speech received 4 million views overnight and the couple’s interaction received its own "Twitter Moment."

粉絲如今看似在網路上陷入瘋狂。彼特觀看安妮絲頓發表得獎感言的影片,點閱率一個晚上就達400萬,兩人的互動也有其專屬的推特Moment(譯註:整合熱門推文的功能,目前僅限美國市場)。

"Brad gazing at Jen made my day, month and year," one person tweeted.

「布萊德凝視珍讓我一整天、一整個月與一整年都好開心」,有人的推文如此寫道。

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Banned! New York sends plastic bags packing 禁!紐約掰了塑膠袋

Consumerist mecca New York targets its throwaway culture this weekend with a ban on single-use plastic bags that has been years in the making and is still rare in America.

消費主義勝地紐約針對當地「用了就丟」的文化,祭出一紙禁用拋棄式塑膠袋的禁令;這道禁令花了數年時間制定,在美國還相當少見。

Environmental activists welcome the new law but caution that exemptions will weaken its effect, while some small businesses worry the ban might negatively impact their profits.

環保運動人士歡迎這項新法,但也提醒例外條款將削弱該法令的效力,一些小型商家也擔心,這項禁令或許會損及他們的營收。

New York’s older residents note that plastic bags only became available in US grocery stores in 1979, signaling how quickly habits can change.

紐約老一輩的居民提到,美國零售店直到1979年才開始提供塑膠袋,這表示要改變習慣有多快。

"When I was growing up we brought our own bags," shopper Denise Shaleaon told AFP, adding of the ban: "The New Yorker will have to live with it!"

消費者夏利恩告訴法新社,「我成長過程中,我們都自備袋子」,並說這項禁令「紐約客不喜歡也得接受」。

Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1348727 ; https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1367681

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