只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[自然百科] 【整理】2008-04-28 Mount Kilimanjaro 乞力马扎罗山

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

on semilog

It is called the roof of Africa. Rising 19,340 feet nearly 4 miles into the sky, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point on the entire African continent.

 

Located in northeastern Tanzania in east Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is about equal distant from Cairo to the north and Cape Town to the south, around 220 miles south of the equator. The majestic snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro have long captured the world's imagination. Thousands have traveled to Tanzania to climb the mountain, or to view its famous glacier-covered peak.

 

One such visitor, the American author Earnest Hemingway, even wrote a story about it. In The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Hemingway described the mountain's ice fields as widest / all over the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun. As spectacular as it is to see, the ice on top of Mount Kilimanjaro serves a much more important purpose. Formed more than 11, 000 years ago, the glaciers are a vital source of drinking and farming water for those who live in the surrounding areas. But for the last century the snows have been disappearing.

 

Kilimanjaro’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 80% since 1912. This can be seen in pictures that the NASA satellite Landsat has been taking of the mountain's ice cap for more than a decade. This is how it looked in 1993. And this is how it looked just 7 years later in 2000.

 

There are several theories as to why Mount Kilimanjaro’s snow is disappearing so quickly. For one thing, the mountain is located in a tropical region. For this reason, its glaciers are especially vulnerable to climate changes. One type of climate change/ is called global warming, which is causing a constant rise in the Earth’s temperature. Another possible reason that glaciers are melting is deforestation, which happens when trees are cut down in mass quantities. Trees keep the air cooler and add moisture to the atmosphere which helps create clouds and precipitation.

 

Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue to melt. Experts predict that the mountain's glaciers could disappear completely by the year 2020. The loss of Kilimanjaro’s glaciers removes a source of water from the mountain’s surrounding area. In addition, it would probably decrease the amount of tourism and the revenue it generates to Tanzania. Finally, the disappearing snow in Africa serves as proof that the Earth, with its changing climate and warming trends, can not always sustain its natural treasures.

 

Homework

  It is called roof of Africa. Rising 19,340 feet nearly 4 miles in the dky. Mountain Kilimanjaro is the hightest point on the entire Africa contient.

  Located North East ** east Africa, mountain Kilimajaro is about equal distance from Carlo to the North Anputon to the South, around 220 miles south of equators.

  The majestick snow caped peak of Kilimanjaro have long capture the workd imagnation. Thousands of travellers attends a year to climb the mountain. All of view for it's famous leisure covered peak.

  One such visitor, the American author Ernest Hemingway even wrote a story about it. In the snows of Kilimanjaro, Hemingway described the mountain ica filled as white all of the world. Great, kind and unbelievably white in the sun. As fantastic, it is to see, the ice on the top of mountain can majora serves much more important porpost. Formed more than 11,000 years ago, the gracious of vatle sorce of drinking and faming water for those who live in the surounding around the area. But for the last centry, the snow has been disappeared. Kilimanjaro gracises have thawed by more than 80% since 1912. This can be seen in the pictures that the icecabe for more than a decade. This is how I looked in 1993 and this is how I looked just 7 years later in 2000.

  There are several ferious that why Kilimanjaro snow is disappear so quickly. For onething the nountain is located in tropical region. For this reason, it's gracious especial vonable to climate changes. One type of climate changes called "Global Warming" which is can see a constant rising in the earth temperature. Another possible reason gracious melting is deforstation which happens when trees cut down in mass quantity. Trees keep the air cooler and moisture to the atmosphere, which helps creat clouds and preciptation.

  Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue mele. Export prodected the mountain's gracious could disappeared completely by the year 2020.

  The loss of Kilimanjaro's gracious remonve the sorce of water of the mountain surounding area. In addition, it was probably decrise the mountain's tourism and revenue generates 2/10 a year.

  Finally, the desappearance snow of Africa serve the pollute of the earth with it changing climate and warming tranding can not always stand it patrol treasures.

 

 

立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节

Homework

 

It is called the roof of Africa, rising 19,340 feet nearly 4 miles into the sky. Mount kilimanjaro is the highest point on entire africa continent. Located northeasten Tanzania in east africa, mount kilimanjaro is about equal distance from Cairo to the north and cape town to the south around 220 miles south of the equator. The majestic snow-capped peaks of kilimanjaro have long cpatured the world's imagination. Thousands have traveled in tanzania to climb the mountain, or to view its famous glacier-covered peak. One such visitor, the america author Earnest Hemingway, even wrote the story about it. In the snow of kilimanjaro, hemingway described the mountain's ice fields as wide as all of the world,great ,high and unbelevibly white in the sun. As spectacular as it is to see, the ice on top of Mount Kilimanjaro serves a much more important purpose. Formed more than 11, 000 years ago, the glaciers are a vital source of drinking and farming water for those who live in the surrounding areas. But for the last century the snows have been disappearing. Kilimanjaro’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 80% since 1912. This can be seen in pictures that the NASA satellite Landsat, has been taking of the mountain's ice cap for more than a decade. This is how it looked in 1993. And this is how it looked just 7 years later in 2000. There are several theories as to why Mount Kilimanjaro’s snow is disappearing so quickly. For one thing, the mountain is located in a tropical region. For this reason, its glaciers are especially vulnerable to climate changes. One type of climate changes is called global warming which is causing a constant rise in the earth temperature. Another possible reason that glaciers are melting is deforestation, which happens when trees are cut down in mass quantities. Trees keep the air cooler and add moisture to the atmosphere which helps create clouds and precipitation. Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue to melt. Experts predict that the mountain's glaciers could disappear completely by the year 2020. The loss of Kilimanjaro’s glaciers removes a source of water from the mountain’s surrounding area. In addition, it would probably decrease the amount of tourism and the revenue it generates to Tanzania. Finally, the disappearing snow in Africa serves as proof of the earth, with its changing climate and warming trends, can not always sustain its natural treasures

实现无障碍英语沟通

Homework:

 

It is called the roof of Africa. Rising 19,340 feet nearly 4 miles into the sky, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point on the entire African continent.

 

Located in northeastern Tanzania in east Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is about equate distant from Cairo to the north and Cape Town to the south, around 220 miles south of the equator. The majestic snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro have long captured the world's imagination. Thousands of travel to Tanzania to climb the mountain, or to view its famous glacier-covered peak.

 

One such visitor, the American author Earnest Hemingway, even wrote a story about it. In The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Hemingway described the mountain's ice fields as wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun. As spectacular as it is to see, the ice on top of Mount Kilimanjaro serves a much more important purpose. Formed more than 11, 000 years ago, the glaciers are a vital source of drinking and farming water for those who live in the surrounding areas. But for the last century the snows have been disappearing.

 

Kilimanjaro’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 80% since 1912. This can be seen in pictures that the NASA satellite Landsat, has been taking of the mountain's ice cap for more than a decade. This is how it looked in 1993. And this is how it looked just 7 years later in 2000.

 

There are several theories as to why Mount Kilimanjaro’s snow is disappearing so quickly. For one thing, the mountain is located in a tropical region. For this reason, its glaciers are especially vulnerable to climate changes. One type of climate changes is called global warming which is causing a constant rise in the earth temperature. Another possible reason that glaciers are melting is deforestation, which happens when trees are cut down in mass quantities. Trees keep the air cooler and add moisture to the atmosphere which helps create clouds and precipitation.

 

Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue to melt. Experts predict that the mountain's glaciers could disappear completely by the year 2020. The loss of Kilimanjaro’s glaciers removes a source of water from the mountain’s surrounding area. In addition, it would probably decrease the amount of tourism and the revenue it generates to Tanzania. Finally, the disappearing snow in Africa serves as proof of the earth, with its changing climate and warming trends, can not always sustain its natural treasures.

 

All ways lead to Rome !
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通

on semilog

It is called the roof of Africa. Rising 19,340 feet nearly 4 miles into the sky, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point on the entire African continent.

 

Located in northeastern Tanzania in east Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is about equal distance from Cairo to the north and Cape Town to the south, around 220 miles south of the equator. The majestic snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro have long captured the world's imagination. Thousands have travelled to Tanzania to climb the mountain, or to view its famous glacier-covered peak.

 

One such visitor, the American author Earnest Hemingway, even wrote a story about it. In The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Hemingway described the mountain's ice fields as wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun. As spectacular as it is to see, the ice on top of Mount Kilimanjaro serves a much more important purpose. Formed more than 11, 000 years ago, the glaciers are a vital source of drinking and farming water for those who live in the surrounding areas. But for the last century the snows have been disappearing.

 

Kilimanjaro’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 80% since 1912. This can be seen in pictures that the NASA satellite Landsat, has been taking of the mountain's ice cap for more than a decade. This is how it looked in 1993. And this is how it looked just 7 years later in 2000.

 

There are several theories as to why Kilimanjaro’s snow is disappearing so quickly. For one thing, the mountain is located in the tropical region. For this reason, its glaciers are especially vulnerable to climate changes. One type of climate changes is called global warming which is causing a constant rise in the earth temperature. Another possible reason the glaciers are melting is deforestation, which happens when trees are cut down in mass quantities. Trees keep the air cooler and add moisture to the atmosphere which helps create clouds and precipitation.

 

Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue to melt. Experts predict that the mountain's glaciers could disappear completely by the year 2020. The loss of Kilimanjaro’s glaciers removes a source of water from the mountain’s surrounding area. In addition, it would probably decrease the amount of tourism and the revenue it generates to Tanzania. Finally, the disappearing snow in Africa serves as proof that the earth, with its changing climate and warming trends, can not always sustain its natural treasures.

 

狗是我们与天堂的联结。它们不懂何为邪恶、嫉妒、不满。在美丽的黄昏,和狗儿并肩坐在河边,有如重回伊甸园.即使什么事也不做也不觉得无聊——只有幸福平和.
平安阿福流浪动物救助会·平安阿福动物医院
域名: http://pingan.xici.net

homework

提示: 作者被禁止或删除 内容自动屏蔽

Homework  

 

It is called the roof of Africa, rising 19,340 feet nearly 4 miles into the sky. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point on the entire African continent. Located in the Northeastern Tanzania in East Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is about equal distant from Cairo to the north and Cape Town to the south around 220 miles south of the equator. The majestic snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro have long captured the world's imagination. Thousands have traveled in Tanzania to climb the mountain, for the view of its famous glacier-covered peak.

 

One such visitor, the American author Earnest Hemingway even wrote a story about it. In the snows of Kilimanjaro,Hemingway described the mountain's ice fields as wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun. As spectacularly as it is to see the ice on top of Mount Kilimanjaro serves a much more important purpose. Formed more than 11, 000 years ago, the glaciers are a vital source of drinking and farming water for those who live in the surrounding areas. But for the last century the snows have been disappearing. Kilimanjaro’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 80% since 1912. These can be seen in pictures that at the NASA satellite Land-sat, has been taken from the mountain's ice cap for more than a decade. This is how it looked in 1993. And this is how it looked just 7 years later in 2000.

 

There are several periods as to why Kilimanjaro's snow is disappearing so quickly. For one thing, the mountain is located in the tropical region. For this reason, its glaciers are especially vulnerable to climate changes. One type of climate changes is called global warming which is causing a constant rise in the earth temperature.

 

Another possible reason of glaciers melting is deforestation, which happens when trees are cut down in mass quantities. Trees keep the air cooler and add moisture to the atmosphere which helps create clouds and precipitation. Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue to melt; experts predict the mountain's glaciers could disappear completely by the year 2020. The lost of Klimanjaro's glaciers removes a source of water from the mountain's surrounding area. In addition, it would probably decrease the amount of tourism and the revenue or generate to Tanzania. Finally, the disappearing snow in Africa serves as a proof that the earth with its changing climate and warming trends can not always sustain its natural treasures.

 

Thank you for supporting!

实现无障碍英语沟通
HOMEWORK

It is called “the roof of Africa”. Rising 9,340 feet nearly four miles into the sky, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point on the entire African continent.

Located in the north-eastern Tanzania in east Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro is about equal distant from Cairo to the north and Cape Town to the south, around 220 miles south of the equator. The majestic snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro have long captured the world’s imagination. Thousands have traveled to Tanzania to climb the mountain, or to view its famous glacier-covered peak. One such visitor, the American author Ernest Hemingway even wrote a story about it. In the “Snows of Kilimanjaro”, Hemingway described the mountain’s ice fields as widest of all the world great, high and unbelievably white in the sun.

As spectacular as it is to see, the ice on top of Mount Kilimanjaro serves in much more important purpose. Formed more than11,000 years ago, the glaciers are a vital source of drinking and farming water for those who live in the surrounding areas. But for the last century, the snows have been disappearing. Kilimanjaro’s glaciers have shrunk by more than 80% since 1912. This can be seen in pictures that NASA satellite Landsat has been taking of the mountain’s ice cap from more than a decade. This is how it looked in 1993, and this is how it looked just seven years later in 2000.

There are several theories as to why Kilimanjaro’s snow is disappearing so quickly. For one thing, the mountain is located in a tropical region. For this reason, its glaciers are especially vulnerable to climate changes. One type of climate change is called global warming, which is causing a constant rise in earth temperature. Another possible reason that glaciers are melting is deforestation, which happens when trees are cut down in mass quantities. Trees keep the air cooler and add moisture to the atmosphere which helps create clouds and precipitation.

Regardless of the causes, the snows of Kilimanjaro continue to melt. Experts predict that the mountain’s glaciers could disappear completely by the year 2020. The loss of Kilimanjaro’s glacier removes a source of water from the mountain’s surrounding area, in addition it will probably decrease the mount of tourism and revenue it generates to Tanzania. Finally the disappearing snow in Africa serves as proof that the earth, with its changing climate and warming trends, cannot always sustain its natural treasures.
普特听力大课堂
HW:

A beautiful mountin. And also I like the voice of the reporter. So, I for the material, I will do the motication for it as an reporter.

I love it so much!
返回列表