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[英伦广角] 2014-04-05 英国开始疏浚泰晤士河

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Dredging Begins On Flood-Hit Somerset Levels


The eight-month operation will see up to 400,000 tonnes of mud and silt removed in a bid to avoid a repeat of the winter floods.

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[Homework]2014-04-05 英国开始疏浚泰晤士河

The locals have waited decades for this.  Diggers slowly clouding way yields of silts  that many blames for the winter's foods. For the environmental agency, it is a chance to rebuild trust. It is good that the actual funding that it is really making this possible, as come forward from  government and that 5 million pounds will be spending on and the dredging will be money well spent and both in terms of reducing flood risk and in terms of the short in the arm for the local community during the recovery stage
It won't be easy after scenes like this. For weeks, the Winsler family could only sail up to their front door. Their home in Catle farm was submerged under feet of water. They'd already asked for the rivers to be cleared.
There is an element of distrust, because Lord Smith said to me a year and a bit ago, that sth on the top of paramount, that sth will be done within six months, well, no it didn't
A wider 20 year plan includes better pumping capacity to move out of the flood water in the barrage near bridge river to control the tidal rivers. All to try is to prevent this happening again.


Brigni Fried's home was not even flooded when they started campaigning, now it has to be got it.
'' evacuation sth on site, but what they doing is, a little XX but great but ...
From watching the progress on day one, this is clearly going to be a slow and laborious job but there're going to have about 8 of this different size settled up along that 8 kilometers street of the Ring Prates, and XX's home, hoping to clear in total between 300 and 400000 tons of silt and mud.
Still costing the country billions of bucks, how the floods visits the low levels after heavy rains
For years, this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014. The same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now this is a small victory for those who demanded this river should be dredged.  With more funding needed, they will continue to fight to make sure that the pressure piece of summer set expected to be protected for the future.

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[Homework]2014-04-05 英国开始疏浚泰晤士河

The locals have waited decades for this. Diggers slowly clawing a way yields of silt that many blame for the winter's floods. For the environment agency, it's a chance to rebuild trust.-It's good that extra funding that is really making this possible, as come forward from government and 5 million pounds will be spending on the dredging that is gonna be money well-spent, I think, both in terms of reduce flood risk and in terms of a short in the arms in local community during the recovery stage.
It won't be easy, after scens like this. For weeks, the Winslade family could only sail up to their front door.
-You could see day light through like this and hope the ... could stop ..
-So it's not just the dampest, what it's done to the structure as well.
-Absolutely, yeah.
Their home in cattle farm was submerged under a feet of water. They'd already asked for the rivers to be cleared.
-There is an element of distrust, because Lord Smith said to me a year and a bit ago that something on the top of paramount that something will be done within six months. Well, no, no, they didn't.
A wider 20-year plan includs better pumping capacity to move any flood water and a barrage near bridge water to control the tidal rivers, or to try to prevent this happening again.


Bryony Sadler's home wasn't even flooded when they started campaigning. Now, it has to be gutted.
-They digged there and you konw, excavated something there on site, but what they are doing is adding a tea spoon rather than the great big d*.
For watching the progress on day one, this is clearly going to be a slow and laborious job, but they are going to have about 8 of these different sites set up along that 8-kilometer stretch of the River Parrett and the River tone, hoping to clean in total between 300 and 400,000 tons of silt and mud.


Still costing the country billions of pounds are the floods that visit the low levels after heavy rains.
For years, this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014. The same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now, this is a small victory for those who demanded this river should be dredged. There with more funding needed, they will continue to fight to make sure their precious piece of Somerset is better protected for the future.



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[Homework]2014-04-05 英国开始疏浚泰晤士河

The locals have waited decades for this. Digger slowly clawing a way yields of silt that many blame for the winter floods. For environment agency, it's a chance to rebuild trust.This is good that extra funding that it is really making this possible as come forward from government and 5 million pounds would be spending on the dredging, it's can be money-well-spent a thing, both in terms of reducing flood risk and in terms of the short in the arm for local community during the recovery stage.
It won't be easy after things like this, for weeks Winsler family could only sail up to their front door. Their home in cattle farm was submerged under a feet of water. They'd already asked for the river to be cleared.
there is element of distrust because lord Smith said to me a year and a bit ago that something on the top of paramount, something would be done within 6 months, well, no, it didn't.
a wide 20 year planing includes better pumping capacity to move any flood water and a barrage near bridge water to control the tidal rivers or to try and prevent this happening again.
F.S's home wasn't even flooded when they started campaigning, now it has to be gutted.
The diggers over there excavate things there on site, but what they are doing is adding a tea spoon rather than a great dollop.
From watching the progress on day one, this is clearly going to be a slow and laborious job, but they are going to have about 8 of the different sites, set up along that 8 kilometer stretch of river* and river*, hoping its clear in total between 300 and 400 thousand tons of silt and mud.
Still costing the country billions of bounds are the flood that visit low levels after heavy rains.
For years, this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014. The same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now this a small victory for those who demanded this river should be dredged. Though with more funding needed, they will continue to fight to make sure that the precious piece of summer site is better protected for the future.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2014-04-05 英国开始疏浚泰晤士河

The locals have waited decades for this. Diggers are slowly clawing away years of silt that many blame for the winter's floods. For the Environment Agency, it's a chance to rebuild trust.
The extra funding is really making this possible as come forward from government and 5 million pounds will be spending on the dredging. It's gonna be money well-spent, I think both in terms of reduce flood risks and in terms of shortening the arms of local community during the recovery stage.
It won't be easy after things after this. For weeks, the W family could only sail up to their front door. Their home and cattlefarm was submerged under feet of water, they've already asked for the waters to be cleared.
There is an element of distrust, because lord Smith said to me a year and a bit ago that something on the top of paramount, that something will be done within 6 months, well, not, it didn't.
A wider twenty-year plan includes better pumping capacity to move any flood water and a barrage near bridge water to control the tidal rivers. All to try and prevent this happening again. F's home wasn't even flooded when they started campaigning, now it has to be gutted.
Diggers are there, the excavating things are there on site, but they are doing is * rather than a great big dollop.
From watching the progress on day one, this is clearly going to be a slow and laborious job, but they are going to have about eight of these different sites set up along that 8-kilometer stretch of the River P and the River A, hoping to clear in total between 300,000 and 400,000 tons of silt and mud.
Still costing the country billions of bounds are the floods that visit the low levels after heavy rains.
For years, this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014, the same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now this is a small victory for those who demanded these rivers should be dredged. That with more funding needed, they will continue to fight to make sure their precious piece of summer set is better protected for the future.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
[Homework]2014-04-05 英国开始疏浚泰晤士河

The locals have waited decades for this. Diggers are slowly clawing away years of silt that many blame for the winter's floods. For the Environment Agency, it's a chance to rebuild trust.
The extra funding is really making this possible as come forward from government and 5 million pounds will be spending on the dredging. It's gonna be money well-spent, I think both in terms of reduce flood risks and in terms of shortening the arms of local community during the recovery stage.
It won't be easy after things after this. For weeks, the W family could only sail up to their front door. Their home and cattlefarm was submerged under feet of water, they've already asked for the waters to be cleared.
There is an element of distrust, because lord Smith said to me a year and a bit ago that something on the top of paramount, that something will be done within 6 months, well, not, it didn't.
A wider twenty-year plan includes better pumping capacity to move any flood water and a barrage near bridge water to control the tidal rivers. All to try and prevent this happening again. ..... home wasn't even flooded when they started campaigning, now it has to be gutted.
Diggers are there, the excavating things are there on site, but they are doing is * rather than a great big dollop.
From watching the progress on day one, this is clearly going to be a slow and laborious job, but they are going to have about eight of these different sites set up along that 8-kilometer stretch of the River P and the River A, hoping to clear in total between 300,000 and 400,000 tons of silt and mud.
Still costing the country billions of bounds are the floods that visit the low levels after heavy rains.
For years, this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014, the same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now this is a small victory for those who demanded these rivers should be dredged. That with more funding needed, they will continue to fight to make sure their precious piece of summer set is better protected for the future.
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The locals have waited decades for this. Diggers are slowly crawling the way years of silt that many blamed for the winter's floods. For the enviroment agency, it's a chance to rebuild trust. "It's good the actual funding that is really making this possible, that come forward from government and 5 million pounds will be spending on dredging is gonna be money well-spent, I think both in terms with reduce flood ress, and in terms of short reliam community during recovery stage."

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"There is a element of distrash because laws meets that to me a year in Belleguy that something on the top of Bellmouth, that something will be done in 6 months. Well, now, it didn't." A wide 20-year-plan includes better pumking capacity moved the floody water in the belleawge bridge water to control the title rivers. All to try in preventing this happening again.

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For washing the programs on day one, this is clearly going to be slow and liborious jof. But they are going to hanbour 8 different sides set up along that 8 kilometre strage of the room parents and rivers' home, hoping to clear in tofored between 300 or 400,000 towns of silts or mont.

"Still custing the country william's babas other fluge low level have the heavy rains." For years this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014 the same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now this is a small victory for those who demanded these river should be dredged. They with more funding needed they will continue to fight to make sure their precious peace summer set is better protected for the future.

Wiyemo, Sky news, in Somerset.
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The locals have waited decades for this -- diggers slowly clawing away yields of silt that many blame for the winter’s floods. For the environmental agency, it’s a chance to rebuild trust.

“The extra funding that is really making this possible has come forward from government and five million pounds will be spending on the dredging. It’s gonna be money well spent, I think, both in terms of reduce flood risk, and in terms of a short in the arm for local community during the recovery stage.”

It won’t be easy after scenes like this. For weeks, the Winslade family could only sail up to their front door.

“You could see day light through the X, bring significant structure.”

“So it's not just the dampest, what it's done to the structure as well.”

“Absolutely, yeah.”

Their home in Catle Farm was submerged under feet of water. They’d already asked for the rivers to be cleared.

"There is an element of distrust because Lord Smith said to me a year and a bit ago that something on the top of paramount, that something will be done within six months. Well, no, it didn’t.”

A wider 20-year plan includes better pumping capacity to move out floody water in the barrage near Bridge River to control the tidal rivers. All to try and prevent this happening again.

Bryony Saddler’s home wasn’t even flooded when they started campaigning. Now it has to be gutted.

“The diggers are there and you know, excavated something there on site, but what they are doing is adding a tea spoon rather than the great big dollop.”

“For watching the progress on day one, this is clearly going to be a slow and laborious job, but they are going to have about eight of these different sites set up along that 8-kilometer stretch of the River Parrett and the River tone, hoping to clean in total between 300 and 400,000 tons of silt and mud.”

“Still costing the country billions of bucks are the floods that visit the low levels after heavy rains.”

For years, this area has been fighting flooding from 1943 to 2014m the same problems with similar imperfect solutions. Now this is a small victory for those who demanded this river should be dredged.  Though with more funding needed, they will continue to fight to make sure that the precious peace of Summerset is better protected for the future.

Rhiannon Mills, Sky News, in Summerset.
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