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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 Comte de Buffon wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Comte de Buffon is more of a poet than a scientist. Thomas Jefferson did not like what the Comte had said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the Comte 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 Comte de Buffon. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word “belittle”. He said the Comte de Buffon 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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Today's word is belittle.It was first used by TJ.The third president of the United Stated.Many years ago,a French naturelist the CF wrote some books about natural history.The book was a great success,even though some critists did not like that.Some critists said,CF is more of a poet than a scientist.TJ did not like what the court had said about the natural wonders of the new world.It seemed to J that court had gone out of his way to speak of natural wonders of America as if they were unimportant.This troubled TJ.He too was a naturalist as well as a famer,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,TJ wrote about his home state Verginia.while writing,he thought of its natural beauty and then,of the world of cf.At that moment,J created a new word,belittle.He said,the cf belives that nature belittle its production on this side of the Atlantic.NW,the American expert,liked this word.He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806.Belittle,to make small,unimportant.American had already accepted J's work,and started to use it.In 1797,the Independent Q newspaper used the word to descripe the politician the paper supported.He is an honorable man,the paper wrote.So let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they pleased.In 1844,the Republic and C of Junior wrote this about oppsition party,the ++ may atampt to belittle our candidates,that is a favourite game there.In 1872,a famous American expert,the time had come to kill this word.He said,belittle had no chance of becoming English.And as more critical writer 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 and England,but other countries where the English language is spoken.It seems that effort to belittle the word did not stop people from using it. biggrin.gif
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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 the Counter Bufon wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success, even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Counter Bufon is more of a poet than a scientist. Thomas Jefferson did not like what the Counters said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the contect had gone out of his way to speak 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 Counter Bufon. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word "belittle". He said the Counter Bufon believes that nature belittles her productions on this side of Atlantic.

Nole West, the American word expert liked this word. He put it in his English Language Dictionary in 1806. "Belittle":to make small or unimportant. Amercians had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it.

In 1797, the Independant Quanacal 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 settenel 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 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 of 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 Warrant Shirr.




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today's word is 'belittle' .it was first used by Tomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States. many years ago, a french naturalist,the Conptble Fun worte some books about natural history. the books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. some critics said CF is more of a poet than a scientist. Tomas Jefferson did not like what the CF said about the natural wonders of the new world. it seemed to Jefferson that the CF out his way to speak of nuatural wonders in the America as if they wereunimportant. this troubled Tomas Jefferson.he too was a naturalist as well as a farmer, inventor,historian,writer and politician. he has seen the natural wonders of Europe. to him, there were no more important than those of the new world. in 1788, Tomas Jefferson wrote about his home state Virginia. while writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words of CF. at that moment, Jefferson created a new world 'belittle'. he said the CF believes that nature belittles productions on this side of the Atlantic. Nouer Webster, the American word expert liked this word. he put in his english language dictionary in 1806. belittle, to make small, unimportant. Amercian had already accepted the Jefferson'd word and started to use it. in 1797, the Independent Crimical newspaper used the word to describe a politian the paper supported. 'he is an hornorable man', the paper wrote,'so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please.' in 1844, the Republican CV wrote this about the opposition party,' the H may atempt 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 a more critic writer 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 not use not only in the Unite States and England but in other countries where english language is spoken. it seems the efforts to belitte this word did not stop people fromusing 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 persident of the Uint of States. Many years ago, a French naturalist the Contow bufeng worte some books about natural history.The books were a great success even though some critic did not like that.Some cirists said Come bufeng is more poet than a scientist.Tomas jefferson did not like what Contow had said natrue wonders about of the new world.It seemed to jefferson that Contow had gone out of his way to speak of nature wonders is in American as if they were unimportant. This troubled Thomass Jefferson. He too was the natrualist as well as a farmer,inventer,historian,writer and politician.He had seen the nature wonders of Europe.To him they were no more important than those of new world.

In 1788 Thomas Jefferson wrote about his home state-Virgniya.While writing,he thought of it's natural beauty and then of the words of Contow Bufeng.At that moment,Jefferson created a new word "belittle". He said the Contow bufeng believes that nature belittles her productions on this side of the Atlantic.

Noah Wdbster,the American word expert liked this word.He put it in his English Language Dictionary in 1806:
"belittle to make small and unimportant".American had already accepted jefferson's the word and start to use it. In 1797,the Independent Cramocal Newspaper used the word to describe a politicain the papar supported."He is unhonorable man"the paper wrote,"so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please"

In 1844, the Republican Sentinel wrote this about the opposition party:The Whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates.That is 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 American 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 United of States and England,but in other conutries 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 .
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 United States.

Many years ago, a French naturalist, the Count de Buffon wrote some books about natural history.
The books were a great success, even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Count de Buffon is more of a poet than a scientist.

Tomas Jefferson did not like what the Count de Buffon had said about the natural wonders of the new world.
It seemed to Jefferson that the Count de Buffon had gone out of the way 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, inventor, historian, writer and politician.
He has seen the natural wonders of Europe. To him, there were no more important than those of the new world.

In 1788, Tomas Jefferson wrote about his home state Virginia. While writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words of Count de Buffon. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word belittle. He said the Count de Buffon believes that natural belittles the production on the side of the Atlantic.

Noah Webster, the American word expert, like this word. He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806. “Belittle, to make small or unimportant.”

Americans had already accepted Jefferson’s word and started to use it. In 1797, the independent ? 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 senator of Virginia wrote this about them 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 as more critics writers as America, like those Britain feels no need of it, but 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 use it.
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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 the C wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said C is more of a poet,not a scientist. Thomas Jefferson did not like what the C had said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the C 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 C. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word “belittle”. He said the C 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 C 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 S 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.
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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 naturist* 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. had said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the C. had gone out his way to speak of natural wonders in America, as if they were unimportant. This troubled Thomas Jefferson. He, too, was a naturist, as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writter 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 homestay Virginia. While writting, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words uncountable* form. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word: Belittle. He said the C.F. believes* that nature belitter her production on this site of the Atlantic.

Neo 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 started to use it. In 1797, the independent chronicle* 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 pleased.'

In 1844, the Republic in Santenal* of Virginia wrote this about the opposition party: 'The Whigs* may attempt to belitter our candidates. That is a favor gamy* there'.

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 in Britain, feel no need of it. The sooner it is forgotten the better.

These 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 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 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 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 had said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to Jefferson that the c had gone out of his way to speak a natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled Thomas Jefferson. He too was a naturlist as well as a famer, 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, Thomas Jefferson wrote about his home state Virginia. While writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words of conferterable fone. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word 'belittle'. He said the c f believes that natual belittles his protection on this side of 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.

Amerians had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it. In 1797, the independent Cramocal newspaper used this word to describe a politician the paper supported . "He is an honest 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 listenning 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 the word is “Belittle”, it was first used by Tomas Jefferson, the third president of United States.

Many years ago, a French naturalist, the Combut Fun, wrote some books about natural history. The books were great success, even though some critics didn’t like them. Some critics said: “Combut Fun is more of a poet than a scientist.”

Tomas Jefferson didn’t like was Combut said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seems Jefferson that Combut had gone out of its way to speak its natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled Tomas Jefferson. He too was a naturalist as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer, and politician. He had seen that natural wonders of Europe, to him, they were no more important than those the new world.

In 1788, Tomas Jefferson wrote about his home State Virginia. While writing he thought natural beauty and then of the words of Combut Fun. At that moment Jefferson created a new word – Belittle. He said: “the Combut Fun believes that natural belittle her productions on this side of Atlantic.”

Noah Webster, the American word expert like this word. He put in his English language dictionary in 1806. Belittle, to make more on important. American had already accepted Jefferson’s word and started to use it. In 1797, the independent Cramocal newspaper used this word to describe a politician the paper supporting. “He is an honorable man,” the paper wrote, “So let the opposition try to believe 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 candidate. 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 to become English, and that’s more quickly writes America like those Britain feel no need of it, sooner it is forgotten, the better.” This expert failed to kill this word. Today belittle is used not only in United States and England but in other countries or the English language is spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle of the word didn’t stop people form using it.

You have been listening to the VOA Special English Program Words and their Stories. I am Warren Chill.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.
Today 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 cf wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said cf is more of a poet than a scientist. TJ did not like what the c said about the natural wonders of the new world. It seemed to TJ that the c had gone out of his way to speak of natural wonders in America as if they were unimportant. This troubled TJ. He to was a naturalist as well as a farmer, inventor, historian, writer and politician. He had seen the natural wonders in Europe. To him, they were no more important than those of the new world. In 1788 TJ wrote about his home state Virginia. Whil writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the word CF. At that moment J created a new word ‘belittle’. He said the CF believes that nature belittles her prodictions in the side of the A. NW , the American word expert liked this word. He put it in his English language dictionary in 1806, “belittle: to make small, unimportant”. Americans had accepted J’s word and started to use it. In 1797, the independent C newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported. “He is a nonorable man”the paper wrote, “so let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they please” In 1884. the republician ?? virginia wrote this about the opposition party “the ?? may attemped to belittle our candidates. That is a favorite game of theors.” In 1872, a famous American word expert deicded 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 the other counries where the English language is spoken. IT seems that efferts to belittle the word did not stop prople from using it.
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Many years ago, a French naturalist, the Count de Buffon, wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said, "Count Buffon is more of a poet than a scientist."
Thomas Jefferson did not like what the Count had said about the natural wonders of the New World. It seemed to Jefferson that the Count 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 seventeen eighty-eight, Thomas Jefferson wrote about his home state, Virginia. While writing, he thought of its natural beauty and then of the words of Count de Buffon. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word – belittle. He said, "The Count de Buffon 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 eighteen-oh-six. ‘Belittle – to make small, unimportant.'
Americans had already accepted Jefferson's word and started to use it. In seventeen ninety-seven, the Independent Chronicle 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 eighteen forty-four, 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 eighteen seventy-two, 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.
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You have been listening to the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories. I'm Warren Scheer.
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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 presidents of the United States. Many years ago, a French naturalist Comfortable Phone wrote some books about natural history. The books were a great success even though some critics did not like them. Some critics said Comfortable Phone is more of a poet than a scientist. Thomas Jefferson did not like what the Contact said about the natural wonders of the new world. You see Mr. Jefferson that the contact 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 for gennior. While writing, he thought of his natural beauty and then of the world of the Comfortable Phone. At that moment, Jefferson created a new word, belittle. He said the Comfortable Phone believes that nature belittles his productions on this side of Atlantic. No a waster, 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 start to use it. In 1797, the independent critical newspaper used the word to describe a politician the paper supported. He is an unhonirable man, the newspaper said. So let the opposition try to belittle him as much as they cleans. In 1844, the republican settle of new gennior wrote this about the opposition party. The whigs may attempt to belittle our candidates. That is a favorite game of them. In 1872, a famous American word expert decided that they had come to kill this word. He said belittle has no chance so becoming English. And as more critical writers of America like those of Britten feel no hit of it, the sooner it is forgotten the better. This expert felt to kill the word, today “belittle” is used not only in the United States and England, but in other countries where the English language was spoken. It seems that efforts to belittle word did not stop people from using it.

You have been listening to the VOA Special English Program, Words and Their Stories. I’m W.S.
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