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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

Today’s the word is “belittle”. It was first used by Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States. Many years ago, a French naturalist the C.F., wrote some books about natural history. The books won a great success, even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said C.F. is more of a poet than a scientist. Thomas Jefferson did not like what the C. said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seems to Jefferson that the C.F. had gone out of his way to speak of natural wanders in American as if they were unimportant. This troubled Thomas Jefferson. He too, was a naturalist, as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer, and politician. He had seen the natural wanders of Europe. To him, they were no more important than those of the new world.
In 1788, Thomas Jefferson wrote about his home state, Virginia. While writing he thought of its natural beauty, and then of the words of C.F. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word “belittle”, he said the C.F believes that Nature belittles her productions on this side of the Atlantic.
Noah Webster, the American word expert liked this word. He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806: “Belittle, to make small, unimportant.” Americans had already accepted Jefferson’s word, and started to use it. In 1797, the independent Cronical newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported, "He is an honorable man," the paper wrote, “So let the opposition try to belittle him as the much as they please.” In 1844, the Republican Sentinel of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party: “The Whigs may attend to belittle our candidates that is a favorite game of theirs.” In 1872, a famous American word expert decided that the time had come to kill this word. He said: “Belittle has no chance of becoming English, and there is more critical writers of America like those Britain feel no need of it, the sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert failed to kill the word, today belittle is used not only in the United States and England, but in other country where the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.
You have been listening to the VOA special English program Words and Their Stories. I am Warren Sheer.
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Now the VOA Special English program “Words and Their Stories”.
Today’s word is belittle.it was first used by Tomas Jefferson.The third president of the United Sates.Many years ago,a french naturalist ***wrote some books about natural history.the books were a great success even through some critics did not like them. Some critics said **is more of a poet than a scientist. Tomas Jefferson did not like what the count had said about the natural wanders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the count had gone out of his way to speak of natrual wanders in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled Tomas Jefferson.He too was a natrualist as well as a farmer inventor historian writer and politician.He had seen the natrual wanders of Europe.To him there were no more important than those of the new world.
In 1788, Tomas Jefferson wrote about his homestate Virginia. While writing he thought of the natrual beauty and then of the words of comfortbale form. At that moment Jefferson created a new word beliitle.He said the comfortable form believes that natrual belittles productions on this side of the Atlantic.No a expert, the Amecian expert liked this word.He put it in his English language dictionary in 1906.Belittle,to make small unimportant.Americans had already eccepted Jefferson’s word and stared to use it.in 1797 the indepent cramical newspaper use the word to describe a politician the paper supported. “He is an honorable man” the paper wrote,”so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please”.
In 1844.the Republican sentenal Virginia wore this about the opposition party.the Whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates.That was the favorite game of theirs
1872, a famous American words expert decided that the time had come to kill this word.He said belittle has no change of the coming English. And as more critical writers of America,like those in Britain feel no need of it.The sooner it is forgotten the better.
This expert failed to kill the word.Today "belittle" is used not only in United States and England.But in other countries where the English is spoken.It seems that efforts to "belittle" of the word did not stop people from using it.
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Now, the VOA Special English Program-Words and Their Stories.

Today's word is "belittle". It was first used by Thomas Jefferson -the third President of the United of States.

Many years ago, a French naturalist the Countable Phone (CP) wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said CP is more of a poet than a scientist. Thomas Jefferson did not like what the Countedd had said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the Countedd had gone out of his way to speak of natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled Thomas Jefferson. He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer and politician. He had seen the natural wonders of Europe. To him they were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788, Thomas Jefferson wrote about his home state - Virginia. While writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words of CP. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word “belittle”. He said the CP believes that nature belittles her productions on this side of the Atlantic.

Noah Webster, the American word expert liked this word. He put it in his English Language Dictionary in 1806: "Belittle, to make small, unimportant." Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it. In 1797, the Independent Cram-call Newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported. "He is an honorable man," the paper wrote, "so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please."

In 1844, the Republican Sentinel of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party: The Whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates. That is a favorite game of theirs.

In 1872, a famous American word expert decided that the time had come to kill this word. He said "belittle" has no chance of becoming English. And there is more critical writers of America like those of Britain feel no need of it. The sooner it is forgotten, the better.

This expert failed to kill the word. Today belittle is used not only in the United of States and England, but in other countries where the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.

You have been listening to the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories. I'm Warren Shier.
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Now the VOA Special English Program: Words and Their Stories.

Today's word is belittle. It was first used by Thomas Jeffeson, the third president of the United States.

Many years ago a French naturalist La'Combo Bufeng wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Combo Bufeng is more of a poet than a scientist.

Thomas Jefferson did not like what the context said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the context's gone out of his way to speak of natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled Thomas Jefferson. He too was a naturalist, as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer and politician. He had seen the natural wonders of Europe. To him, they were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788, Thomas Jefferson wrote about his homestate Virginia. While writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words of Com Phone.
At that moment, Jefferson created a new word - belittle. He said the Combo Phone believes that nature belittles his productions at this side of Atlantic. Nova Webster, the American word expert, liked this word. He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806. Belittle, to make small, unimportant. Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it.

In 1797, the Independent Cromical Newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported. He is an honorable man, the paper wrote, so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please. In 1844, the Republic Concentinote Sentinel of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party, The huigs Whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates, that is a favorite game of theirs.

In 1872, a famous American word expert decided that the time had come to kill this word. He said, "belittle has no chance of becoming English".
And there's more critical writers of America like those of Britain feel no need of it. The sooner it is forgotten, the better. This expert failed to kill the word.

Today belittle is used not only in the United States and England, but in other countries where the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.
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Now, the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories, today’s word is Belittle.

It was first used by Tomes Jespersen, the third President of the United States. Many years ago, a French Naturalist, the Comfortable Phone wrote some books about natural history. The book was a great success, even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Comfortable Phone is more of a poet than a scientist. Tomes Jespersen did not like what the Con has said about the natural of the new world. It the same to Jespersen that the C had gone out his way to speak of natural wonder in the American as if they will unimportant. This troubled Tomes Jespersen. He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer and politician. He has seen the natural wonders of the Europe. To him, they were known more important than those of the new word.

In 1788, Tomes Jespersen wrote about his home state Virginia. While writing, he thought of its natural beauty and than of the words of comfortable phone. At that moment, Jespersen created a new word Belittle. He said the comfortable Phone believes that natural belittle her productions on this side on the Atlantic. Known as website, the American word expert liked this word. He predicted in his English language dictionary in 1806. Belittle to make small an important, Americans all have accepted Jespersen’s word and started to use it.

In 1797, the independent Comical News Paper to use the word to describe a palliation the paper supported. He is an un-noble man, the paper wrote so that the opposition tried to belittle him as much as they pleased.

In 1844, the Republican Senator of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party. The * may attempt to belittle our candidates that is a favorite game of theirs.

In 1872, a famous American word expert decided that the time had come to kill this word. He said belittle has no chance of becoming English and that’s more critical writers of the American like those of Britain feel no need of it. The sooner as it forgotten the better. This expert felt to kill the word.

Today Belittle is used not only in the United States in England but in other countries were the English language it was spoken. It’s same that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.

You have been listening to the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories, I am Warren Share.
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Today's word is belittle[to make sb or the things that sb does seem unimportant].It was first used by Tomas Jefferson,the third President of the United States.Many years ago,a French naturalist[a person who studies animals,plants,birds and other living things]博物学家,the * wrote some books about natural history博物学.The books won a great success even though some critics did not like them.Some critics said:* is more of a poet than a scientist.Tomas Jefferson did not like what the * had said about the natural wonders[世界自然奇观]of the new world.[新大陆?]It seemed to jefferson that the * had gone out of his way竭力 to speak of natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant.This troubled Tomas Jefferson.He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer,inventer,historian,writer and politician.He had seen the natural wonders of Europe.To him,they were no more important than those of the new world.In 1788,Tomas Jefferson wrote about his home state:Virginia弗吉尼亚州.While writting,he thought of its natural beauty and then the words of *.At that moment,Jefferson created a new word:belittle.He said: the * believes that nature belittles her productions on this side of the Atlantic.*,the American word export liked this word.He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806.Belittle:to make small,unimportant.Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it.In 1797,the independent chronicle/'kr0nikl/编年史 newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported。He is an honorable man,the paper wrote,so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please.In 1844,the Republican center of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party:the Whigs[辉格党]may attempted to belittle our candidates,that is a favourite game of theirs. In 1872,a famous American word export decided that the time had come to kill this word.He said:belittle has no chance of becoming English,and as more critical writers of America,like those of Britain feel no need of it.The sooner it is forgotten the better.This export failed to kill the word.Today,belittle is used not only in the United States and England but in other countries where the English language is spoken.It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.
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Now the VOA special english program words and their stories.

Today's word is belittle.It was first used by Thomas Jefferson,the third president of the united states.Many years ago a french naturalist * wrote some books about natural history.The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them.Some critics said*is more of a poet than a scientist.Thomas Jefferson did not like what  the * said about the natural wonders of the new world.

It seemed to Jefferson that the contest had gone out of his way to speak a natural wonders in the America as if they were unimportant.This troubled Thomas Jefferson.He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer,inventor,historian,writer and  politician.He had seen the natural wonders of Europe.To him,there were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788,Thomas Jefferson wrote about his homestate Virginia.While writing,he thought of its natural beauty and then of words * .At that moment,Jefferson created a new word  "belittle".He said the the comfortable fun the lives that nature belittles the productions and this side of *.Know a websiter the american word expert like this word.He put it in his english language dictionary in 1806.Belittle to make small unimportant.Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and studied to use it.

In 1797,the independed cradical news paper used word to describe politician the paper supported.He is an honorable man, the paper wrote,so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please.

In 1844,the republican center of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party.The wig? may attempt to belittle our candidates.That is a favorite game of theirs.

In 1872,a famous american word expert decided that the time  had come to kill this word.He said belittle has no chance of becoming English.And there's more critical writers of american like those of Britain,feel feel no need of it. The sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert failed to kill the word.

Today,“belittle” is used not only in the United States and England, but in other countries where the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.

You have been listenning to the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories. I'm W.S.
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Today's word is belittle[to make sb or the things that sb does seem unimportant].It was first used by Tomas Jefferson,the third President of the United States.Many years ago,a French naturalist[a person who studies animals,plants,birds and other living things]博物学家,the * wrote some books about natural history博物学.The books won a great success even though some critics did not like them.Some critics said:* is more of a poet than a scientist.Tomas Jefferson did not like what the * had said about the natural wonders[世界自然奇观]of the new world.[新大陆?]It seemed to jefferson that the * had gone out of his way竭力 to speak of natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant.This troubled Tomas Jefferson.He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer,inventer,historian,writer and politician.He had seen the natural wonders of Europe.To him,they were no more important than those of the new world.In 1788,Tomas Jefferson wrote about his home state:Virginia弗吉尼亚州.While writting,he thought of its natural beauty and then the words of *.At that moment,Jefferson created a new word:belittle.He said: the * believes that nature belittles her productions on this side of the Atlantic.*,the American word export liked this word.He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806.Belittle:to make small,unimportant.Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it.In 1797,the independent chronicle/'kr0nikl/编年史 newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported。He is an honorable man,the paper wrote,so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please.In 1844,the Republican centersentinel/sentinil/[哨兵?] of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party:the Whigs[辉格党]may attempted to belittle our candidates,that is a favourite game of theirs. In 1872,a famous American word export decided that the time had come to kill this word.He said:belittle has no chance of becoming English,and as more critical writers of America,like those of Britain feel no need of it.The sooner it is forgotten the better.This export failed to kill the word.Today,belittle is used not only in the United States and England but in other countries where the English language is spoken.It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.
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now the VOA special english programe words and their stories.

Today's word is belittle. It was first used by Tomas Jaffson. The third president of United States. Many years ago, a french naturaist the CF wrote some books about natural history . The books were a great success eventhough some critics didn't like them. some critics said CF is more of a poet than a scientist. Tomas Jaffson did not like what the C* had said about the natural wonders of the new word. It seemd to Jaffson that the C* had gone out of theit way to the natural speaker in Amercian as if they were unimportant.

This troubled Tomas Jaffson. He too is a naturalist as well as a farmer inventor,historian,writer and politician. He had seen the natural wonders of Europe. To him , they were no more important than those of the new word.

In 1788, Tomas Jaffson worte about his homestate for junior. While writing ,he thought of the natural beauty and then of the words CF*. At that moment, Jaffson creat a new word belittle. He said the CF* believes belittle the productions on the side of the Atlantic.

******, the American word expert liked this word. He putted it in his English language dictionary in 1806. Belittle ,to make samll,unimportant. Americans had already accepted the Jaffson's word and started to use it.

In 1797, the independent crimicle newspaper used the word to described a politician the paper supported. He is an hornorable man ,the paper wrote.so let the opposition tried to be little him as much as they pleased.

In 1844, the republican seneter of Virginia worte this about the opposition party. The w* may attempt to belittle our canditates, this is a favourite game of theirs.

IN 1872, a famous American word expert desided that the time to kill this word,he said be little has no chance of the coming English,and that's more critical rights of America,like those of Britin feel no need of it, the sooner it is regarden the better, this expert failed to kill the word, today be little is used not only in the United States and England but in other countries called English language is spoken, it seems that efforts to belittle of the word didn't stop people from using it





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Today's word is belittle, it was first used by Tomas Jefferson. The 3rd president of the United States. Many years ago, a French naturalist,**, wrote some books about natural history. The books are a great success, even though some critics didn't like them. Some critics said, "** is more of a poet than a scientist"

TJ did't like what the ** said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seems to J. that the tough have gone out of his way to speak the wonders of nature in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled TJ, he too was a naturalist, aswas a farmer inventor historian writer and politician . He had seen the natural wonders of Europe. To him, there were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788,TJ worte about his home state Virginia. While writting, he thought of his natural beauty and then the words of ** At that moment TJ created a new word 'belittle'. He said the ** believes that the nature belittles her productions on this side of Atlantic. Nobel Webster, the American word expert, liked this word, he put it in his English-language dictionary in 1804. Belittle, to make small and unimportant. Americans had already accepted J's word and started to use it.

In 1797, the independent ** newspaper used the word to discribe a politician the paper supported. He is an honorable man ,the newspaper wrote, so let the opposition try to belittle him as much they pleased. In 1844, the republican center of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party, the who is may attempt to belittle our candidates, that's the favorite game of theirs.

In 1872, a famous American word experts decieded that the time had come to kill this word. He said, "belittle has no chance so becoming English and there is more critical writer in America like those Britain feel no need of it, the sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert failed to kill this word. Today belittle is used not only in US and england but in other counries where the English language is spoken. It seems that the effort to belittle the word did not stop people to use it.

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Today's word is belittle, it was first used by Tomas Jefferson. The 3rd president of the United States. Many years ago, a French naturalist,**, wrote some books about natural history. The books are a great success, even though some critics didn't like them. Some critics said, "** is more of a poet than a scientist"

TJ did't like what the ** said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seems to J. that the **have gone out of his way to speak the wonders of nature in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled TJ, he too was a naturalist, as well as a farmer inventor historian writer and politician . He had seen the natural wonders of Europe. To him, there were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788,TJ worte about his home state Virginia. While writting, he thought of his natural beauty and then the words of ...At that moment TJ created a new word 'belittle'. He said the ** believes that the nature belittles her productions on this side of Atlantic. Nobel Webster, the American word expert, liked this word, he put it in his English-language dictionary in 1804. Belittle, to make small and unimportant. Americans had already accepted J's word and started to use it.

In 1797, the independent ** newspaper used the word to discribe a politician the paper supported. He is an honorable man ,the newspaper wrote, so let the opposition try to belittle him as much they pleased. In 1844, the republican center of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party, the who is may attempt to belittle our candidates, that's the favorite game of theirs.

In 1872, a famous American word expert decieded that the time had come to kill this word. He said, "belittle has no chance so becoming English and there is more critical writer in America like those Britain feel no need of it, the sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert failed to kill this word. Today belittle is used not only in US and england but in other counries where the English language is spoken. It seems that the effort to belittle the word did not stop people to use it.

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Question: CF is what? how to pronunce it? Thank you.
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Now the VOA special english program "words and their stories".

Today's word is "belittle".It was first used by Thomas Jefferson,the third president of the united states.Many years ago a french naturalist C.F. wrote some books about natural history.The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them.Some critics said C.F. is more of a poet than a scientist.Thomas Jefferson did not like what the C.F. said about the natural wonders of the new world.

It seemed to Jefferson that the C.F. had gone out of his way to speak a natural wonders in the America as if they were unimportant.This troubled Thomas Jefferson.He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer,inventor,historian,writer and politician.He had seen the natural wonders of Europe.To him,there were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788,Thomas Jefferson wrote about his homestate Virginia.While writing,he thought of its natural beauty and then of words the comfortable fun .At that moment,Jefferson created a new word "belittle".He said the the comfortable fun the lives that nature belittles the productions and this side of Atlantic.

Noah Webster,The american word expert like this word.He put it in his english language dictionary in 1806.Belittle to make small unimportant.Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and studied to use it.

In 1797,he independed chronicle news paper used word to describe politician the paper supported.He is an honorable man, the paper wrote,so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please.

In 1844,the Republican Center of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party.The Whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates.That is a favorite game of theirs.

In 1872,a famous american word expert decided that the time had come to kill this word.He said belittle has no chance of becoming English.And there's more critical writers of american like those of Britain,feel feel no need of it. The sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert failed to kill the word.

Today,"belittle" is used not only in the United States and England, but in other countries where the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.
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Question: CF is what? how to pronunce it? Thank you.
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法国著名博物学家德•布丰伯爵(The Count de Buffon1707 - 1778)

CF是误写。大家不知道怎样拼写这位法国人的名字。
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Today's word is belittle, is was first used by tomas Jaforson, the third president of the united states. Many years ago, a French naturalist the Countble Phone whote some books about natural history. The books were of great success enven though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Coumbul Phone is more of a poet than a scientist. Tomas Jaforson did not like what the con had said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jaforson that the con had gone out of his way to speak of natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant. This thoubled Tomas Jaforson. He too was a naturalist, as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer and politician. He had seen the natural wonders of the Europe. To him, they were no more important than those of the new world. In 1788, Tomas Jaforson wrote about his home state, Voginia. While writing, he thought of it's natural beauty and then of the word of AcountablePhone. At that moment, Jaforson created a new word--belittle. He said the Counablephone believes that natural belittles her productions on this side of the Atlantic. No a webster, the American word expert liked this word. He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806. Belittle--to make small, unimportant. Americans had already accepted Jaforson's word and started to use it. In 1797, the independent crimecal newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported. He is an honorable man, the paper wrote, so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please. In 1844 the Republican Setenor of Voginia whote this about the oppsition party. The whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates, that is a favarate game of their's. In 1872 a famous American word expert decided that the time had come to kill this word. He said belittle has no chance of becoming English. And as more critical writers of America, like those of Britain feel no need of it, the sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert failed to kill the word. Today belittle is used not only in the United States and England, but in other countries where the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle the word did not stop people from using it.You have been listening to The VOA special English program words and their stories. I'm...
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