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            1. 談戀愛成大學生最大消費
              文章來源: 文章作者: 發布時間:2006-09-12 06:07 字體: [ ]  進入論壇
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              Students spend more on love than books, according to a survey conducted this summer.

               

               

              A survey conducted this summer suggests students in Shenyang lavish1 most of their money on the opposite sex.

              The survey, conducted by Lixinfang, a student mental health centre at Shenyang Normal University, shows almost half of all undergraduates' daily spending goes on their girlfriends or boyfriends.

              The rest is spent on their lodgings2, 30 per cent, hairdressing and clothes, 5 per cent, and study fees, 3 per cent.

              This means money spent on their partners comes in at No 1, while money spent on study comes last.

              The surveyors interviewed 1,000 college students in Shenyang, Liaoning Province.

              "This result is astonishing. We never knew that they spent so much on their partners rather than on their studies," said Zou Rulian, director of the centre.

              "It is their own business as they are all over 18 years old, but the point is that they live on their parents, not themselves," said Zou.

              According to the survey, 69 per cent of students spent over 10,000 yuan (US$1,250) a year, a figure that included tuition fees and daily expenditure3.

              Statistics from the Shenyang Statistics Bureau show last year the average monthly salary in Shenyang was 1,366 yuan (US$171), 134 yuan (US$17) less than the national average.

              "One undergraduate costs more than half the annual income of average families in Shenyang. But students do not spend on study, they spend on something else," added Zou.

              Wang Dan, at the local Dongbei University, spends around 1,000 yuan (US$120) every month, with over half going on dating.

              He receives 700 yuan (US$86) from his family each month. In addition, Wang has part-time jobs, like tutoring a high school student, to bring in extra income.

              "It is my duty to buy my girlfriend food, clothes and other things. I'd like to do more part-time work to afford this," he said.

               

               

               

               

               

               

               

              今年暑期的一項調查表明,沈陽大學生將大部分的生活費花在了自己的女友或男友身上。

              這項由沈陽師范大學“理心坊”學生心理健康中心開展的調查顯示,本科生每天近一半的開銷都花在了女友或男友身上。

              剩下的生活費中,30%用于住宿,5%用于美發和買衣服,而只有3%用在學習上。

              由此看出,大學生的“戀愛”開支在幾項開支中位居第一,而學習開支卻最少。

              調查者們對遼寧省沈陽市的1000名大學生進行了訪問。

              “理心坊”心理健康中心主任鄒如蓮說:“調查結果讓人很驚訝。我們以前根本不知道大學生將這么多的錢花在了自己的女友或男友身上,而不是用來學習。”

              鄒主任說:“這是他們自己的事,因為他們都是超過18歲的成年人了,但關鍵是他們現在還是靠父母供養,自己還沒有經濟來源。”

              據調查,69%的大學生一年的學費和生活費達到1萬元以上。

              沈陽統計局的有關數據顯示,去年,沈陽市居民的平均月工資為1366元,比全國平均水平低134元。

              鄒主任說:“在沈陽,供養一個大學生的年開銷占普通家庭年收入的一半以上。但是大學生沒把錢花在學習上,而是花在了談戀愛上。”

              東北大學學生王丹每月花銷1000月左右,其中有一半多用于談戀愛。

              王丹父母每月給他700元生活費。此外,他自己還做一些兼職賺外快,如,當家教。

              他說:“給女朋友買吃的、穿的和用的是我的義務。為此,我愿意做更多的兼職。”



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              1 lavish h1Uxz     
              adj.無節制的;浪費的;vt.慷慨地給予,揮霍
              參考例句:
              • He despised people who were lavish with their praises.他看不起那些阿諛奉承的人。
              • The sets and costumes are lavish.布景和服裝極盡奢華。
              2 lodgings f12f6c99e9a4f01e5e08b1197f095e6e     
              n. 出租的房舍, 寄宿舍
              參考例句:
              • When he reached his lodgings the sun had set. 他到達公寓房間時,太陽已下山了。
              • I'm on the hunt for lodgings. 我正在尋找住所。
              3 expenditure XPbzM     
              n.(時間、勞力、金錢等)支出;使用,消耗
              參考例句:
              • The entry of all expenditure is necessary.有必要把一切開支入賬。
              • The monthly expenditure of our family is four hundred dollars altogether.我們一家的開銷每月共計四百元。
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