愛情與浪漫
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有些人憧憬浪漫的邂逅和愛情,然而這或許只是一場過于美妙的夢—現實生活中真的存在理想般的愛情嗎?或許這只是在電影里才能找到的幻想。如果你足夠幸運,遇上了一生的摯愛,你們之間的戀情會長長久久嗎?
 
Are you a hopeless romantic? Do you get excited by the idea of falling in love with the man or woman of your dreams? Does watching a romcom or a period drama on TV make you cry? Or are you someone who thinks romance is based on an idealised view of reality that doesn't really exist? Well, you could be right!
 
I'm no romantic and more of a realist – taking a more practical approach to love - maybe that's why I never had many girlfriends! But if you really are expecting the kind of love that makes your heart flutter with happiness you may be dissapointed.
 
Our expectation of what romance is, probably originated from the Romantic period - an artistic1, literary, musical and intellectual movement that originated in Europe in the 18th Century. The notion of falling in love, getting married and living happily ever after were culturally held ideas formed during this period and still exist today. 
 
Of course there's nothing wrong with liking2 the idea of romance; it makes us feel good – but we must be careful not to use it as a benchmark for our own relationships. This idealised version of love leaves out the nitty-gritty of real-life relationships. There's usually work, finances and other stresses of everyday life to deal with. You can't expect romantic gestures like a bunch of red roses every day – there are bills to pay!
 
Many popular love stories end at the point where the characters get together or tie the knot. That puts the focus on finding someone special. But very few show us how to keep that perfect catch over a long period of time. A relationship is hard work. It’s frustrating3, messy and can be emotionally damaging.
 
If you're still convinced romance isn't dead, how will you ever find it? Historian and TV presenter4 Lucy Worsley thinks nowadays, any idea of romance is dying because it has become "too easy" to meet new people via dating apps. She told the BBC the "slow exquisite5 torture of love in Jane Austen novels no longer existed in the age of Grindr and Tinder [apps]."
 
Perhaps romance is best left to the movies – a fantasy that makes us feel good – and instead concentrate on finding a good and healthy relationship with its ups and downs but one that is full of love. Do you believe romance really exists?


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1 artistic IeWyG     
adj.藝術(家)的,美術(家)的;善于藝術創作的
參考例句:
  • The picture on this screen is a good artistic work.這屏風上的畫是件很好的藝術品。
  • These artistic handicrafts are very popular with foreign friends.外國朋友很喜歡這些美術工藝品。
2 liking mpXzQ5     
n.愛好;嗜好;喜歡
參考例句:
  • The word palate also means taste or liking.Palate這個詞也有“口味”或“嗜好”的意思。
  • I must admit I have no liking for exaggeration.我必須承認我不喜歡夸大其詞。
3 frustrating is9z54     
adj.產生挫折的,使人沮喪的,令人泄氣的v.使不成功( frustrate的現在分詞 );挫敗;使受挫折;令人沮喪
參考例句:
  • It's frustrating to have to wait so long. 要等這么長時間,真令人懊惱。
  • It was a demeaning and ultimately frustrating experience. 那是一次有失顏面并且令人沮喪至極的經歷。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
4 presenter llRzYi     
n.(電視、廣播的)主持人,贈與者
參考例句:
  • Most people think being a television presenter is exciting.很多人認為當電視節目主持人是一件刺激的事情。
  • The programme dispensed with its most popular presenter.這個節目最受歡迎的主持人被換掉了。
5 exquisite zhez1     
adj.精美的;敏銳的;劇烈的,感覺強烈的
參考例句:
  • I was admiring the exquisite workmanship in the mosaic.我當時正在欣賞鑲嵌畫的精致做工。
  • I still remember the exquisite pleasure I experienced in Bali.我依然記得在巴厘島所經歷的那種劇烈的快感。
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