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This is the voaspecial English agriculture report

Today we continue tellingabout the report by three geography experts from American colleges.
They study foodsecurity in Gambia, avericost and Mali over 30 years. In the 1980s, Governments andlenders like the world bank, and the international mameteri fund changed marketpolicies. They launched 3 markets, designed to improve the agriculture.
The report,however, suggests that changes caused the loss of the important support systemsfor farmers
Private investmentin agriculture largely replace government help. In some places, roads and millsbuilt to help farmers fell into ruin.
Protectionist importtaxes and farm supports will cut.
Farmers plantedmore of their best crops or cash crops for export. They planted fewer foodcrops for local use. That’s costly rice given to reports of Gambian and everycoast. Many city people in these countries like the cheap rice more than ricegrown locally. Researcher Judy Connie works at University of California at Los Angeles. She said buying the cheaper imported riceworthwhile until the world-wide food crisis of 2008. Then many people could notpay for any import part of their diet.
Researcher LaurenceBecca of Owen
State
University said some local farmers stopped farming. Foodproduction fail and other employment rose.
The researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the foodcrisis. Mali’s farmers supply more of their nation’srice needs then the other countries study.
And the poorestpeople in Malin cities eat sorgan, instead of rice. William C* at M*
led the report.
Professor M* said
Mali farmers had planted more sorgan because theprice of the cutten are cash crop had drops.
Unlike evricost inGambia, Mali has no sea ports. He said this is oftenseen as a problem for Mali. But it causes them to depend less on theimported rice.
Based on theirresearch, the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops, and notjust depend on rice. They also say governments could place some trade various. Andthey urged the mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry greensto market.

And that’s the voaspecial English agriculture report, written by Jevelynn Waston, I’m StevenEmber.

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This is the VOA special English agricultural report.today,we continue telling about
a report by three  geography experts  from American colleges.they studied food security in Combia ivory coast and Mali over thirty years.In the nineteen eighties,governments and lenders like the world bank and international Monetary Fund changed market policies. they launched free markets desinged to improve agricultural.The report,however,suggests that the changes caused loss of important support system for farmers.private investment in agricultural largely replaced goverment help,in some places ,roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin.protectionist import taxes and farmer supports were cut.farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.they planted fewer food crops for local use,many city people in those countries liked the cheap rice morn than rice grown locally.reaeacher Judith Carny works at the university in Los Angeles,she said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of two thousand eight. then,many people could not pay for an improtant part of their diet.reseacher Laurance Becker of oregen state university said some local farmers stop farming ,food production fell and unemployment rose.The reseachers said people in Mali were able to deal better with food crisis,Mali's farmers  supplied more of there nations rices needs than the other two countries studied,and the poorest people in Malian cities ate sorghum instead of rice.Willian Moseley of Macalested college in Minnesota led the report prefeessor moseley said malian and farmers had planted more sorgum ,beause the price of their cotton ,a cash crop had dropped,unlike ivory coast and gambia ,mail has no seaport ,he said this is often seen as a problenm from mali,but it caused them to depend less on imported rice,based on resech,the experts suggested that farmers planted a variety of crops and not just depends on rice,they also say governments could placed some trade barriers ,and they urge that mills and roads be bulit or rebuilt to process and carry grains to market,and that's the voa special english,argricutural report ,written by jerilyn was to ,to comment our reports go to our web site ,voaspecial .com. i'm steve ember.
trade barriers
贸易壁垒
(putclub在线词典:Dict.putclub.com)
urge
n. 冲动,推动力,迫切的要求
vt. 驱策,力劝,力陈,推动
vi. 强烈要求
(putclub在线词典:Dict.putclub.com)
comment
n. 备注
n. 注解,批评,评论
vi. 批评,注解
(putclub在线词典:Dict.putclub.com)

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This is the VOA special English agricultural report.today,we continue telling about

a report by three  geography experts  from American colleges.they studied food security in Combia ivory coast and Mali over thirty years.In the nineteen eighties,governments and lenders like the world bank and international Monetary Fund changed market policies. they launched free markets desinged to improve agricultural.The report,however,suggests that the changes caused loss of important support system for farmers.private investment in agricultural largely replaced goverment help,in some places ,roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin.protectionist import taxes and farmer supports were cut.farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.they planted fewer food crops for local use,many city people in those countries liked the cheap rice morn than rice grown locally.reaeacher Judith Carny works at the university in Los Angeles,she said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of two thousand eight. then,many people could not pay for an improtant part of their diet.reseacher Laurance Becker of oregen state university said some local farmers stop farming ,food production fell and unemployment rose.The reseachers said people in Mali were able to deal better with food crisis,Mali's farmers  supplied more of there nations rices needs than the other two countries studied,and the poorest people in Malian cities ate sorghum instead of rice.Willian Moseley of Macalested college in Minnesota led the report prefeessor moseley said malian and farmers had planted more sorgum ,beause the price of their cotton ,a cash crop had dropped,unlike ivory coast and gambia ,mail has no seaport ,he said this is often seen as a problenm from mali,but it caused them to depend less on imported rice,based on resech,the experts suggested that farmers planted a variety of crops and not just depends on rice,they also say governments could placed some trade barriers ,and they urge that mills and roads be bulit or rebuilt to process and carry grains to market,and that's the voa special english,argricutural report ,written by jerilyn was to ,to comment our reports go to our web site ,voaspecial .com. i'm steve ember.

trade barriers
贸易壁垒
(putclub在线词典:Dict.putclub.com)

urge
n. 冲动,推动力,迫切的要求
vt. 驱策,力劝,力陈,推动
vi. 强烈要求
(putclub在线词典:Dict.putclub.com)

comment
n. 备注
n. 注解,批评,评论
vi. 批评,注解
(putclub在线词典:Dict.putclub.com)
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.Today we will continue to telling about a report by three geography experts from American colleges.They studied food security in Gambia ,Ivory Coast and Mali  over thirty years.
In the 1980s ,governments and  lenders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund changed market policies.They launched three markets designed to improve the agriculture.The report,however,suggests that the changes caused loss of important support systems for famers.
Private investment in agriculture largely replaced government help.In some places ,roads and mills built to help famers fell into ruin.Protectionist import taxes and farm supports  were cut.
Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.They planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rice came into the ports of Gambia and Ivory Coast.Many city people in those countries liked the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.
Researcher Judith Carney works at the University of California at Los Angeles.She said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the  worldwide food crisis of 2008.Then many people counld not  pay for any important part of  their diet.
Researcher Laurence Becker of Oregon State Univeristy said some local farmers stopped farming.Food production fell and umemployment rose.
Researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis.Mali's famers supplied d more of their nation's rice needs than any the other two countries studied.And the poorest people in Malian cities ate sorghum instead of rice.
William Moseley of Macalester college in Minnesota led the report.Professor Moseley said Malian famers had planted more sorghum because the price of their cotton ,a crash crop, had dropped.
Unlike  Ivory Coast and Gambia,Mali has no sea ports.He said this is often seen as a problem for Mali.But it caused them to depend less on imported rice.
Based on the research the experts suggest that farmers plant a varity of crops and not just depend on rice.They also say governments could place some trade barriers and they urge that mills and  roads be built or rebulit to process and carry grains to market.
And that's the VOA Speical English Agriculture Report,written by Jerilyn Watson.I'm Steve Ember.








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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Today we countinue telling about the report by three geography experts from American colleges.They study food security in Gambia,Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years.
In the nineteen eighties,governmence and lenders like the World Bank and International Monetary Fund changed market policies.They launched free markets designed to improve agriculture.The report,however,suggests that the changes caused loss of important support systems for farmers.
Private investment in agriculture largely  replace government help.In some places ,roads and mills built to help famers fell into ruin.Protectionist import taxes and farm supports were cut.
Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash cropsfor export.They planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rise came into the port of Gambia and Ivory Coast.Many city people in those countries liked the cheap rise more than rise grown locally.
Researcher Judith Carney works at the University of California at Los Angeles.She said ,buying the cheaper imported rise worked well until the worldwide food crisis at two thousand and eight.Then,many people could not pay for any important part of their diet.
Researcher Laurence Becker of Oregon State University said ,some local farmers stopped farming,food production fell and unimployeement rose.
The researchers said,people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis.Mali's farmers supplied more of their Nations rise needs than the other two countries studied.And the poorest peopel in Mali in cities ate sourghum instead of rise.
William Moseley of Macaleaster College in Minesota led the report.Profeesor Moseley said,Malian famers had planted more sourghum because the price of their cotton ,a cash crop,had dropped.
Unlike Ivory Coast and Gambia ,Mali has no seaport.He said ,this is often seen as a problem from Mali ,but it caused them to depend less on imported rise.
Based on their research ,the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops and not depend on rise.They also say ,governments could  place some trade barriers.And they urge that mills and roads be built or rebult to process and carry grains to market.
And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report,written by w I'm Steve Ember.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

[Homework]SENEWS-2010-03-30

This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
Today we continue telling about a report by three geography experts from American colleges.They studied food security in Gambia,Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years.
In the 1980s, governments and lenders like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, changed market policies.They launched free markets, designed to improve agriculture.The report,however,suggests that the changes caused loss of important upport systems for farmers.
Private investment in agriculture largly replaced government help.In some places,roads and mills built to help farmers fell into ruin.Protectionist import taxes and farm supports were cut.
Farmers planted more of their best crops or cash crops for export.They planted fewer food crops for local use.Less costly rice came into the ports of Gambia and Ivory Coast.Many city people in those countries liked the cheap rice more than rice grown locally.
Researcher Judith Carney works at the University of California at Los Angeles.She said buying the cheaper imported rice worked well until the worldwide food crisis of 2008.Then, many people could not pay for an important part of their diet.
Researcher Laurence Becker of Oregon State University said some local farmers stopped farming.Food production fell, and unemployment rose.
The researchers said people in Mali were able to deal better with the food crisis.Mali's farmers supplied more of their nation's rice needs than the other two countries studied.And the poorest people in Malian cities ate sorghum instead of rice.
William Moseley of the Macaster College in Minnesota led the report.Professior Moseley said, Malian farmers had to plant more sugar because the price of their cotton, a cash crop, had dropped.
Unlike Ivory Coast and Gambia, Mali had no seaports.He said this is ofen seen as a problem for Mali.But it caused them to depend less on imported rice.
Based on their research,the experts suggest that farmers plant a variety of crops and not just depend on rice.They also say governments could place some trade barriers.And they urge that mills and roads be built or rebuilt to process and carry grains to market.

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this is the voa special english of agriculture report.to day we coninue  telling you about a report by .3 Georagh experts... from amrican colledges. they study food secyrutt in gambria evry coast and mully of thirty  years.in the 1980's, govenment and lenders liket the world bank and the international mumutory fund changed market policys.they lanched 3 markeets, designe to imporve the agriculture. the report however sugeest thant chte changes caused loss of importance  support systems for famrers.private investment in agriculture largely replaced the government help.in some places, roads and wheels built to help famers fail into ruin.protectionist import taxes and fame supports tax were  cut.famers planted more of theri best crops for cash crops for export.they planted fewer food crops for local use.less costly rice come into the ports of gambia and evry coast. many city pepole in those countires like the cheap rice more than rice grown locally. reseracher  ddd  workes at university of caliafonia at losangels, he said buying the cheaper imported rice works well untile the worldwide food crisis of 2008. then many peple couldnot pay for an important part of their diet.resercher lance backer of organ steady univerity  sompe local famers stop farming, food production fail and unempoyment rose.the reaschers samys peole in mully were able to  deal better with the food crise. mullys famers supply more  of thier  nations rice needs than the other two counties studying. and the poorest people in mully in cities ate sugar instead of rice.
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