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作者: jessiyear    时间: 2009-4-26 22:58     标题: 【整理】2009-04-27 VOA Audio News(整理稿有改正)

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2009-4-28 22:16 编辑

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Zuma to be South Africa’s Next President


 

 

 

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The head of South Africa’s Electoral Commission, Brigalia Bam, Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced from Wednesday’s national and provincial elections.

 

"The Election Commission of South Africa is proud to declare the 2009 national and provincial elections free and fair, and that they reflect the will of the people of South African voters. I thank you. "

 

The Commission said the African National Congress had won nearly 66% of the vote giving it 264 of parliament’s 400 seats. But this was less than 1% short of the two-thirds majority the ANC had campaigned for and 4% points less than it won in elections five years ago.

 

Nevertheless, the victory means ANC head Jacob Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa’s next president when the new parliament convenes in two weeks.

 


作者: ☆鬼鬼☆    时间: 2009-4-27 00:12

不好意思啊,第一次写,错误多~~
HOMEWORK
The head of South Africa electoral convention **Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final result were announced for Wednesday’s national and prevention elections. Election commission is proud to declare the 2009 national and **elections free and fair, and that day the **they win, all the people South African vote us, I thank you.
The commission said the African national congress had one nearly 66percent of the vote, giving it 264 of parliaments 400 seats. But this was less than one percent short of the two thirds the majority the** has campaigned for, and 4 percent each point less than one in the elections five years ago. Nevertheless, the victory means ANC had **Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa’s next president, when the new parliament convince in two weeks.

作者: Jasonlan    时间: 2009-4-27 02:59

Homework

The head of South Africa’s Electoral Commission K Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced for Wednesday’s national and provincial elections.

The election commission of South Africa is proud to declare the 2009 national and provincial election is free and fair. And that day they flash their win. All the people of South Africa vote us. I thank you.

The commission said the African National Congress has won nearly 66% of the vote, getting it 264 of parliament’s 400 seats. But this was less than one percent short of the two-thirds majority, the ANC has campaigned for and 4 percentage point less than one in the elections five years ago.

Nevertheless, the victory means ANC head Jacob Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa’s next president when the new parliament will convince in two weeks.
作者: 内斯不塔    时间: 2009-4-27 09:03

on "Jasonlan"
The head of South Africa's electorial Commission RB Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced for Wednesday's national and provincial elections.

"The Election Commission of South Africa is proud to declare the 2009 national and provincial election's free and fair and that day they flash their win, all the people of South Africa vote us, I thank you!"

The Commission said the African National Congress had won nearly 66% of the vote, getting it 264 of parliaments four hundreds seats. But this was less than one percent short other two thirds majority the ANC had campaigned for, and four percentage points less than one in the elections five years ago.

Nevertheless, the victory means ANC had Jack Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa's next president when the new parliament convince in two weeks.
作者: max007    时间: 2009-4-27 10:54     标题: Homework

The head of South Africa’s Electoral Commission ….Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced for Wednesday’s national and provincial elections. “The Election Commission of South Africa is pride to declare the 2009 national and provincial elections fully and fair, and that day is …that we win, all think people of all South Africa protest. I thank you.”

The commission said the national congress has won nearly 66 percent of the vote, getting at 264 of parliament’s 400 seats. But this was less than 1 percent short of the two third majority the anser has campaign for, and four percent of its points less than the won in the election of five years ago. Nevertheless the victory means ANC head, Jack Zoma is on track to be chosen South Africa’s next president when the new parliament can win in two week.
作者: max007    时间: 2009-4-27 11:09     标题: on 内斯布达

The head of South Africa's electoral Commission RB Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced for Wednesday's national and provincial elections.

"The Election Commission of South Africa is proud to declare the 2009 national and provincial election's free and fair and that day they flash their win, all the people of South Africa vote us, I thank you!"

The Commission said the African National Congress had won nearly 66% of the vote, getting it 264 of parliaments four hundreds seats. But this was less than one percent short
of
two thirds majority the ANC had campaigned for, and four percentage points less than one in the elections five years ago.

Nevertheless, the victory means ANC
head, Jack Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa's next president when the new parliament convince in two weeks.

作者: cytle    时间: 2009-4-27 11:49

本帖最后由 cytle 于 2009-4-27 12:37 编辑

Homework


大家的英文都好好。我的真是不行,不过发下,记录自己的进步。。
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作者: chuer190235    时间: 2009-4-27 12:28

HOMEWORK

The head of South Africa's electoral Commission BO Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced for Wednesday's national and provincial elections.

"The Election Commission of South Africa is proud to declare, the 2009 national and provincial election's free and fair ,and that day they flat  they win, all the people of South Africa vote us, I thank you!"

The Commission said the African National Congress had won nearly 66% of the vote, giving it 264 of parliaments four hundreds seats. But this was less than one percent short
of
2/3 majority the ANC had campaigned for, and four percentage /less than one in the elections five years ago.

Nevertheless, the victory means ANC
head, Jack Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa's next president when the new parliament come to win  in two weeks.

作者: qinnuan    时间: 2009-4-27 18:23

on max007
The head of South Africa's electoral Commission Brigalia Bam Saturday expressed satisfaction as the final results were announced from Wednesday's national and provincial elections.

"The Election Commission of South Africa is proud to declare the 2009 national and provincial election/'/s free and fair and that day they flash their win, all the people of South Africa vote us, I thank you!"

The Commission said the African National Congress had won nearly 66% of the vote, giving it 264 of parliament's four hundred/s/ seats. But this was less than one percent short of two-thirds majority the ANC had campaigned for, and four percentage points less than one in the elections five years ago.

Nevertheless, the victory means ANC head, Jack Zuma is on track to be chosen South Africa's next president when the new parliament convenes in two weeks.




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