《中英對照讀新聞》Euromillions winner Amanda Lewis still works at Asda－歐洲百萬樂透彩得主阿曼達‧露薏絲仍在阿斯達超市工作
A lottery winner who scooped £1m is still working at the supermarket where she bought the ticket two years ago.
Amanda Lewis, from Stafford, described her Euromillions win as "life-changing" - but she still works part-time at Asda.
The 51-year-old used a £2 win from a previous lottery draw to purchase the winning numbers in June 2016. Despite being able to buy new homes for her family, she said she would not give up her job of 16 years. She said: "I would get bored if I didn’t work."
"People have said I should set up my own business, but, to be honest, I have been there so long I don’t have a clue what I would do if I didn’t work there."
On 14 June 2016, she had been working later than usual and decided to buy a lucky dip for that night’s draw. She said: "Even now, I do sit there and think how incredible it is. You never think it will happen to you."
Lewis said shoppers regularly asked her to pass on some of her good fortune. "Certain customers say they want to buy their lottery tickets off me because I am the lucky lady, or ask me to kiss their tickets," she added.
scoop：大量獲得（獎金、獎項、選票等）。例句：The documentary scooped up numerous awards.（這部紀錄片贏得許多獎項。）
not have a clue：毫無頭緒、一無所知。例句：My mother doesn’t have a clue about computers.（我媽對電腦一竅不通。）
off：（口）從。例句：I borrowed a little money off him.（我向他借了點錢。）
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