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It is the latest way for the Queen to engaged with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs have been placed on line by Buckingham Palace. Some images are historic, others were taken just weeks ago. The aim, to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.

-We have to embrace new technology because that’s what, all of the youngsters are using today. So things like Twitter, or an example of that, I think she basically wants to be down with the kids, hoped that they follow her when the youngers much as old, when they are old too.

Some of the photographs on Flickr include rarely-seen childhood images of the Queen. They were all family portraits throughout the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800s, taken by the pioneers of photography, and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Elbert. Others feature the future of the monarchy, taking part in royaling engagements. The Queen is also captured recently on tour in Canada and New York and her latest garden parties.

Over the years, the Queen has strived to embrace technology and innovation. In 2007, the Royal Channel began broadcasting on Youtube. It has 30,000 subscribers, and more than nine million people have viewed its uploads. The monarchy Twitter account opened last year, and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal website, The British Monarchy, attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.

-The Queen has launched things like, her loyal website and had her Royal Channel on Youtube. It’s attracted a lot of subsribers and a lot of viewers across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photography certainly, and not only people both in Britain but also overseas in countries like America that really follow the royal family closer.

Buckingham Palace Flickr account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view with the promise that the site will be regularly updated.

Lisa Dowd, Sky news.
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It is the latest way for the Queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs have been placed online by Buckingham Palace. Some images are historic, others were taken just weeks ago. The aim--to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.

"We have to embrace new technology because that's what the whole
youngsters are using today. So things like Twitter, or an example of that. I think she basically wants to be xx with the kids and hoped that they follow her when the youngers are as much as, when they are old too."

Some of the photographs on flickr include rarely-seen childhood images of the Queen. They were all
family portraits throughout the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800s, taken by the pioneers of photography, and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others featured the future of the monarchy, taking part in royal engagements. The Queen is also captured recently on tour in Canada and New York and her latest garden parties. Over the years, the Queen has strived to embrace technology and innovation. In 2007, the Royal Channel began broadcasting on Youtube. It has 30,000 subscribers. And more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The Monarchy Twitter account opened last year and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal website, The British Monarchy, attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.

"It is the Queen that has launched things like, royal website and had her royal channel on Youtube. It's attracted a lot of subscribers and a lot of viewers across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photography certainly. And probably people both in Britain but also overseas, in countries like America that really follow the royal family closely."

Buckingham Palace
’s flickr account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view with the promise that the site will be regularly updated.

Lisa Dowd, SKY NEWS.
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[Homework]2010-08-08 英女王Flickr开帐户公开600多张王室私密照

Queen open a Flicker account
It's the latest way for the queen to engage with her public. Hundreds for royal photographs has been online by Buckingham Palace, some images are historic, others were taken just weeks ago. The aim, to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy, and make it accessible to everyone.
We have to embrace new technology because that's what all the youngs are using today, so things like Twitter are an example of that, I think she bascially wants to be with the kids and hope that they follow her and when the youngers are as much as, the olders too.
Some of the photograph on Flicker included rarely seen childhood images of the queen.They were family portaits throughout the years. Some pictures date back to 1800, taken by the pioneers of photography, and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others features the future of the monarchy, taking part in royaling engagement. The queen is also caputres recently on tour in Canada and New York, and her latest her garden parties.
Over the years the quees has strike to embrace technology and innovation. In 2007, the Royal Channel began broadcasting on Youtube, it has 30,000 subscribers, and more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The monoarchy Twitter account opened last years and has 40,000 followers. And a new royal website, the British Monarchy attracted up to 300,000 visitors a week.
Since the queen has lanuch things like her website and has her Royal Channel on Youtube, it has attracted a lot of subscribers and a lot of viewers accross the world, so actually there is a market for royal photography centainly. And probably both in Britain but also oversea in countrys like America, they really follow the royal family closely.
Buckingham Palace's Flicker account will go live on Monday, there are 600 images ready to view with the promise that the site will be regularly updated.
Lisa Dow, Skynews.

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It is the latest way for the queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs have been placed on line by bucking in palace. Some images are historic other were taken just weeks ago. The aim to illustrate the work of the modern Monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.
We have to embrace new technology because that what the younger are using today. So things like Twitter or an example like that. I think she basically wants to be there with the kids hoping they follow her when they are old, too.
Some of the photographs on Flicker include rarely seen childhood images of the queen the all family portrays through out the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800 taken by the pioneer photographer and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others featured the future the monarchy, taken part in the royal engagements. The queen is also captured recently on tower in Canada and New York and her latest garden parties. Over the years, the queen has strived to embrace technology and innovation. In 2007 the royal channel began broadcasting on YouTube it has 30,000 subscribers and more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The monarchy Twitter account opened last year and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal website, The British Monarchy, attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.
Dose the queen has launch things like her royal website, and had her royal channel on YouTube. It is attract to a los of subscribers and a lot of views across the world. So I think there is a market for royal photographs certainly. And probably people both in Britain but also over seas in country like America that really follows the royal family closely.
Buckingham Palace flicker account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view, with the promise of the site will be regularly updated.
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[Homework] 2010-08-10 Queen Opens A Flickr Account
It is the latest way for the Queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs have been placed online by Buckingham Palace. Some images are historic. Others were taken just weeks ago. The aim --- to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.
"She has to embrace new technology because that's what all of the youngsters are using today. So things like Twitter or example of that. I think she basically wants to be down with the kids, hoped they follow her when they are younger as much as when they are older too. "
Some of the photographs on Flickr include rarely-seen childhood images of the Queen. They're all family portraits throughout the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800s, taken by the pioneers of photography and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others feature the future of the monarchy, taking part in royal engagements. The Queen is also captured recently, on tour in Canada, and New York and her latest garden parties.
Over the years, the Queen has strived to embrace technology and innovation. In 2007, the Royal Channel began broadcasting on YouTube. It has 30,000 subscribers and more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The monarchy Twitter account opened last year and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal website--- the British Monarchy--- attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.
Since the Queen has launched things like her royal website, and had her royal channel on YouTube, it's attracted a lot of subscribers and a lot of viewers across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photography certainly. And probably people both in Britain, but also overseas in countries like America that really follow the royal family closely.
Buckingham Palace's Flickr account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view, with the promise that the site will be regally updated.
Lisa Dowd, Sky News
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It is the latest way for the queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs are been placed on line by buckingham palace.Some of images are historic others are taken just weeks ago. The aim to illustrate the work of modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.
"She has to embrace new technology, because that's what young people using today things like Treeter for example of that.I thikn she basiclly wants to be donw with the kids, hopes that they will follow her when the youngers as much as the old too.
Some of the photographs on flicker includ rarely seen childhood images of the queen. There are family potraits through out the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800, taking by the pioneers of photography and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others feature the future of the monarchy taking parts in royally engagement. The queen is also captured recently on tour in Canada and New York and to latest garden parties. Over the years, the queen has strived to embrace technologh in innavation.  In 2007 the royal channel began broadcasting on YouTobe. It has 30,000 subscribers and more than 9 million people have viewed it's uploads. The Monarchy Twitter account opened last year, and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal wetsite-- the british maneicky--attracts up to 300,000 visiters a week.
Since the queen has launch things like her roral website and had have her website on YouTube, it's attracted a lot of subscribers and lot of views across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photography certainly. And all probably people both in Britain but also overseas in countries like America are really follow the royal family closely.
Buckingham palace's Flicker acounts will go live on monday. There 600 images ready to view with a promise of the site will be regally updated.

Lisa Dowd,  Skynews.
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It is the latest way for the Queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of loyal photographs have been placed online by Buckingham Palace, some images are historic, others were taken just weeks ago, in aim to illustrate the work of modern monarchy, and make it accessible to everyone.

She has to embrace the new technology because that's all of the youngs using today so things like twitter, for example of that, I think, she bisically wants to be have(down) with kids, hoped they follow her when they are young as much as when they're old too.

Some of photographs on Flickr included rarely seen child images of the Queen, the old family portraits throughout years, some pictures date back to 1800s, taken by the pioneers of photography, and collected Queen Victoria and Prince Alberts, others featured the future of monarchy, taken in part loyal engagements. The Queen is also captured recently, on tour in Cananda and New York, and her latest guarden parties.

Over the years, the Queen has strived to embrace technology and innovation, in 2007, the loyal channel began broadcasting on Youtobe, it has 13000 subcribers, are more than 9 million people have viewed its(uploads).

The monarchy twitter account opened last year, and has 40,000 followers, and the new loyal website: the British monarchy attracts upto 300,000 visitors a week.

Since the Queen has launched things like have a website, and had her loyal channel on Youtobe, it's attracted a lot of subscribers and a lot of viewers across the world. So, actually there's a market for loyal photography certainly, and probably people both in Britain, but also overseas in countries like America, they really followed the loyal family closely.

Buckingham Palace Flickr account are going live on Monday, there're 600 images ready to view, with a promise, the site will be regularly updated.

Lisar Douts, Skynews.
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It is the latest way for the Queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs have been placed online by Buckingham Palace. Some images are historic. Others were taken just weeks ago. The aim --- to illustrate the work of modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.



"She has to embrace new technology because that's what all the youngsters are using today. So things like Twitter or example of that. I think she basically wants to be down with the kids, hoped they follow her when they are younger as much as when they are older too. "



Some of the photographs on Flickr include rarely seen childhood images of the Queen. They're family portraits throughout the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800s taken by the pioneers of photography and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others feature the future of the monarchy taking part in royal engagements. The Queen is also captured recently, on tour in Canada, and New York and her latest garden parties.



Over the years, the Queen has strived to embrace technology and innovation. In 2007, the Royal Channel began broadcasting on YouTube, it has 30,000 subscribers, and more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The Monarchy Twitter account opened last year, and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal website--- the British Monarchy--- attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.



Since the Queen has launched things like her Royal website, and had her Royal Channel on YouTube. It's attracted a lot of subscribers and a lot of viewers across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photography certainly, and all probably the people both in Britain, but also overseas in countries like America that really follow the royal family closely.



Buckingham Palace's Flickr account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view, with the promise, the site will be regally updated.



Lisa Dowd, SKY NEWS
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It is the latest way for the queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs have been put on online by booking paris. Some of images are historic, others were taken just a few weeks ago. The aim is to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone. We have to embrace new techonologies, because that's what the youths are using today. So things like tuitor one example of that. I think she basically wants to be down with the kids and hope them to follow her when they are younger as much as when they are older too. " Some of the photographs on the flicker include rarely seen childhood pictures of the queen. They are family portraits throughout the years. Some pictures dated back to the 1800, taken by the pioneers of photography and collected by queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others feature the future of the monarchy, taken part in royal engagements. The queen is also captured recently on tour in Canada and New york and to latest garden parties. Over the years, the queen has strived to embrace new technology and innovation. In 2007, the roya channel began broadcasting on Youtube. It has 30 thousand subscribers, and more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads.The Monarchy Twitter account opened last year and has 40 thousand followers. On the new royal website, the british mornarch attracts up to 300 thousand visitors a week. It is the queen has lauched things like her royal website and had her royal channel on Youtube. It has attracted a lot subscribers and a lot of viewers across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photographs certainly, and all probably the people both in Britain and in countries like America that really follow the royal family closely. Buckingham Palace's Flickr account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view with the promise the site will be regularly updated.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-08-08 英女王Flickr开帐户公开600多张王室私密照

It is the latest twive for the queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photos have been  posted online by booking in palace . Some major are historic, others are taken just weeks ago...... to modern monikay , to make tectessible to everyone.  
She had to bring new technology because that is the young using today,so since it is like twitter......I think she basically want to dame the kids ,hope they follow her,when they are old too.  Some of the photos on the flikcer include rarely-seen chamerters of the queen,the raw family portrait throughout the years. Some pictures dates back to 1800's  taken by  Pyanna photography. collected by  Queen Victoria and Princess Albert, some parts are taking part in  the royal engagments. The queen is also catched recently on Torinto ,Canada and NY. to latest garden parties.  Over the years the queen  her was striving to bring new technology  in television. In 2007 ,the Royal channel of the Chamber was broadcasting on Youtube.       A modern 9 million people uploads, The monica twitter accounts opened last year has 40,000 followers. And new royal website. the British Moniky to 300,000 visitors a week.
The queen  has launched the website, and her royal channel on youtube. It is attractive to  lot of describers,and lots of visitors across the world, there is a market for photography certainly   in Britain and also oversea countries like America ..... They really follow their family closely.   Flikcer will go  alive on Monday,there will be 600,000  ....will be a regular dater.
Lisa Dowds ,Sky news.

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It is the latest way for the queen to engage with her public.
Photegraphs are being placed on-line by Buckingham palace. Some images are historic, some are just taken some weeks ago.
The aim? To illustrate the work of the modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.
We must embrace modern technologies because that's what all the youngsters are using today
I think she basically wants be down with the kids hoping they will follow her
when they are younger as much they are older too. Some of the photographs are
rarely-seen pictures of the queen in her childhood. There are family portraits throughout
the years. Some of the photos even date back to the 1800s taken by pioneers of photographyand collected
by Queen Victoria and Prince ALbert. Others feature the future of the royal monarchy taking in engagement. The
Queen is also captured in the picture on tour in Canada and New York and at her latest parties. Over the years,
have been embracing modern technology and innovation. In 2007, the Royal Channel began broadcasting on Youtube. It has
30,000 subscribers and more than than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The monarchy Twitter Account opened last year and has over
40,000 followers. And a new Roayal website--The British Monarchy-- attracts up to 300,000 followers a week. The Queen has launched things like her royal website and her channel on Youtube.
It has attracted a lot of subscribers and viewers across the world. So actually, there is a market for royal photography
Not only some people in Britian but also many people overseas, like people in America are following the royal family closely.
The palace's Fickr account will go live on Monday. There are  600 images ready to be viewed, with the promises that the site
will be regularly updated.

[Homework]【整理】2010-08-08 英女王Flickr开帐户公开600多张王室私密照

It is the latest way for the Queen to engage with her public.Hundreds of royal photograghs have been placed online by Buckingham Palace.Some images are historic,others were taken just weeks ago.The aim,to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy and make it accessible to everyone.
  She has to embrace new technology,because that's what all the youngsters are using today. So things like Twitter or example of that.I think she basically wants to be down with the kids,hoping they follow her when they are  younger as much as when they are older too.
  Some of the photographs on Flickr include rarely seen childhood images of the Queen.They are all family portaits throughout the years.Some pictures date back to the 1800s, taken by the pioneers of photography,and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.Others feature the future of the monarchy,taking part in royal engagements.
  The Queen is also captured recently on tour in Canada,and New York,and her latest garden parties.Over the years,the Qeen has strived to embrace technology and innovation.
  In 2007,the Royal Channel began broadcasting on YouTube.It has 30,000 subscribers,and more than 9,000,000 poeple have viewed its uploads.The monarchy Twitter account opened last year ,and has 40,000 followers.And a new royal website,the British Monarchy,attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.
  Since the Queen has launched things like her Royal Website and her Royal Channel on YouTube,it attracted a lot of subscribers and a lot of viewers across the world.So actually there is a market for royal photography  certainly and all probably people both in Britain,but also overseas in countries like America,that really follow the royal family closely.
  Buckingham Palace Flickr accounts will go live on Monday.There are  600 images ready to view,with the promise that the site will  be regally updated.
  Lisa Dowd,SKY NEWS.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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It is the latest way for the Queen to engage with her public. Hundreds of royal photographs are being placed online by Buckingham Palace. Some images are historic. Others were taken just weeks ago. The aim - to illustrate the work of the modern monarchy, and make it accessible to the everyone.
"We have to embrace new technolgy because that’a what all the youngs are using today. So things like twitter are an example of that. I think she basically wants to be down with the kids, hoped that they will follow her, when they are younger as much as when they are older too. "
Some of the photographs on Flickr include rarely-seen childhood images of the Queen. There are family portraits throughout the years. Some pictures date back to the 1800s, taken by the pioneers of photography and collected by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Others feature the future of the monarchy, taking part in the royal engagements. The queen is also captured recently on Turin (tour in) Canada, and New York and her lastest garden parties. Over the years, the queen has strived to embrace technology (and) innovation. In 2007, the royal channel began broadcasting on Youtube. It has 30,000 subscribers. A more than 9 million people have viewed its uploads. The monarchy Twitter account opened last year and has 40,000 followers. And the new royal website “The British Monarchy” attracts up to 300,000 visitors a week.
“Since the queen has launched things like her website, and had her royal channel on Youtube, it has attracted a lot of subscribers, and a lot of viewers across the world. So actually there is a market for royal photography certainly. And probably people both in Britain but also overseas, in countries like America that really follow the royal family closely.”
Buckingham Palace’s Flickr account will go live on Monday. There are 600 images ready to view, with a promise of the site will be regularly updated.
Lisa Dowd, Sky news.

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Lisa Dowd, SKY NEWS.
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