马里昂：不客气。 打开全文 Todd: Really, the tallest? 议决对话，请回应以下题目： Todd: You serious? Marion: The Cliffs of Moher are, as far as I know, are the tallest cliffs in Europe. 昨天的听力口语原料参考...
Todd: Really, the tallest?
Todd: You serious?
Marion: The Cliffs of Moher are, as far as I know, are the tallest cliffs in Europe.
Todd: OK. Well, sounds like a good place to go. Thanks Marion.
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Todd: Wow. That's pretty cool. (Yeah) So when you go to these cliffs, what can you do? Can you climb down them, or?
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Marion: No, you can't. (What) I think if you tried, you might end up in the water and you may never get up again.
Marion: Yeah, and that's on the West Coast. It's quite near Galway, so it's a little bit to the south of Galway, I think.
Todd: The Cliffs of Moher.
Marion: Um, pretty easily. Actually, from Dublin you have the choice of going either by train, directly across to Galway, then from Galway, you would need to take a bus, so you could go from Dublin to Galway by bus as well, but the train is probably more comfortable and then it would be a shortish bus ride to the Cliffs of Moher, but obviously in Ireland, your best bet is really to hire a car if you can.
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Marion: Yeah, it's quite scary. When I went there for the first time, I was quite young, and I went with my mother and brother and uncle, and I remember my mother was holding my hand, and my brother, who was younger than me, was of course more brave than I was, so he was going right up the edge, and looking over and leaning out and I was really, really scared because at that time, there was no barrier to keep you from falling in, so yeah, really, really scary.
Marion: That's a city on the West Coast of Ireland.
How will the visitors get to the Cliffs of Moher?
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What industries are going well in Ireland?
The computer industry
Marion: No problem.
Marion: Yeah, it's quite windy because you're right on the edge of Europe, basically you're facing the Atlantic ocean, which can get quite turbulent, there so you can see the waves crashing up against the cliffs. That's if you lean over of course. There's a flat area of rock where many tourists kind of lie on their stomachs and inch their way up to the edge and then they look over, but I was too scared when I went. I couldn't do it. I thought for sure I'd fall over and die.
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Todd: What is this place, the Cliffs of Moher?
Marion: Well, one of my favorite spots is called the Cliffs of Moher.
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Todd: I bet. So when you go to the Cliffs of Moher is it really windy, does it rain a lot?
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Marion: Yeah. I'm pretty sure. Definitely the tallest cliffs in Ireland, but I'm quite sure that we have that distinction, that they're actually the tallest cliffs in the whole of Europe.
Todd: So assuming that someone goes to Ireland and they go to Dublin, they fly into Dublin, how will they get to the Cliffs of Moher?
Todd: So, Marion, for people that go to Ireland, what's one place they really should visit?
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Todd: OK, so it's near Galway.