春节期间空城率东莞市最高 – Spring Festival travel rush leaving big cities empty

春节期间空城率东莞市最高


shùjù xiǎn shì, chūnjié qī jiān, quánguó kōngchénglǜ zuì gāo de shí dà chéngshì fēnbié shì Dōnggǎn, Fóshān, Guǎngzhōu, Shēnzhèn, Chángshā, Shànghǎi, Sūzhōu, Běijīng, Wǔhàn, Zhèngzhōu.

数据显示,春节期间,全国空城率最高的十大城市分别是东莞佛山、广州、深圳、长沙、上海、苏州、北京、武汉、郑州。

qí zhōng Dōnggǎn yǒu dàyuē qīchéng de rénkǒu fǎn xiāng lí kāi, chéng wéi chūnjié qī jiān zuì “kōng ”de chéngshì.

其中东莞有大约七成的人口返乡离开,成为春节期间最“空”的城市。

kōngdàng de mǎlù, ānjìng de jiēdào, jǐnsuǒ de shāngdiàn, língxīng de lùrén ……suí zhe jī nián de dàolái, bāokuò “Běi Shàng Guǎng Shēn ”zài nèi de hěn duō chéngshì zài yícì jìn rù le “kōng chéng mó shì ”.

空荡的马路、安静的街道、紧锁的商店, 零星的路人……随着鸡年的到来,包括“北上广深”在内的很多城市再一次进入了“空城模式”。

cóng báilǐng, dào kuàidìyuán, fú wù yuán, wú shù yóuzǐ fǎn xiāng guònián, píngshí de “dǔ chéng” dōu biànchéng le “kōng chéng ”.

白领,到快递员、服务员,无数游子返乡过年,平时的“堵城”都变成了“空城”。

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Vocabs:

shù jù 数据: data, statistics

kōng chéng lǜ 空城率: the rate of emptiness in a city

dōng gǎn 东莞: an important industrial city in China’s Guangdong province

fó shān 佛山: an important industrial city in China’s Guangdong province

guǎng zhōu 广州: capital city in China’s Guangdong province

shēn zhèn 深圳: an important industrial city in China’s Guangdong province

cháng shā 长沙: capital city in China’s Hunan province

sū zhōu 苏州: an important city in China’s Jiangsu province

wǔ hàn 武汉: capital city of Hubei province

zhèng zhōu 郑州: capital city of Henan province

dà yuē 大约: approximately

qī chéng: 七成: 70%

fǎn xiāng 返乡: to return to home town

kōng dàng 空荡: empty, hollow

jǐn suǒ 紧锁: tightly closed

líng xīng 零星: scattered

běi shàng guǎng shēn 北上广深: The major 4 cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen

kōng chéng mó shì 空城模式: a mode of emptiness

bái lǐng 白领: white-collar workers

kuài dì yuán 快递员: delivery person

yóu zǐ 游子:  wanderer, people who are away from home (formal)

wú shù 无数: countless, many

dǔ chéng 堵城: jammed city

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Homework:
1. 为什么这些城市空城率最高?

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