reporter n. 记者
sensational adj. 爆炸性的，耸人听闻的
mink coat n. 貂皮大衣
★sensational adj. 爆炸性的，耸人听闻的
① v. 令人兴奋的；轰动性的
The discovery was sensational. 那个发现引起了轰动。
② v. (贬)耸人听闻的；企图追求轰动效应的
The sensational news report didn’t have much effect on them.
③ v. (口)非常好；给人深刻印象的
She looks sensational in that dress! 她穿那条裙子的样子真令人难忘！
★wonder v. 感到好奇
① v. 感到好奇；想要知道
I wonder why he hasn’t come. 我很想知道他为什么没来。
I was wondering if I could borrow your bicycle.
I wonder why. 我想知道为什么。
② v. 感到惊讶（或诧异）
She wonders at his rudeness. 她对他的无礼感到惊讶。
I shouldn’t wonder if she is elected. 如果她当选，我不会感到惊奇。
She said (that) she could see me the next day.
REPORTER: Have you just made a new film, Miss Marsh?
MISS MARSH: Yes, I have.
REPORTER: Are you going to make an another?
MISS MARSH: No, I'm not.
I'm going to retire. I feel very tired.
I don't want to make another film for a long time.
KATE: Let's buy a newspaper, Liz.
Listen to this!
'Karen Marsh: Sensational News!
By our reporter, Alan Jones.
Karen Marsh arrived at London Airport today.
She was wearing a blue dress and a mink coat.
She told me she had just made a new film.
She said she was not going to make another.
She said she was going to retire.
She told reporters she felt very tired and didn't want to make another film for a long time.'
LIZ: I wonder why!