只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[美国国家公共广播] 【整理】NPR 2008-02-18

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[美国国家公共广播] 【整理】NPR 2008-02-18

NPR NEWS 2008-02-18
user posted image
每日听力



【电信用户1】在线播放和下载


Download mp3

【电信用户2】下载
Download mp3

【网通/教育网用户】在线播放和下载


Download mp3

Standard版听写规则(新手必读)

版主提示:
一、若是自己的听写稿, 请发帖时标注'Homework'.
二、若是改稿, 请发帖时标注'on 某某人'并在修改处标红.
三、为了达到最快的下载速度,推荐使用迅雷高速下载本站音频/视频材料.

【整理】2008-02-18【整理人】Lavi

Transcript

 

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

 

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

 

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to function as a peacekeeping force as the decade-old UN forces retreat. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and their Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs' newly elected President Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

 

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspected target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguards at his side. Dozens of people are hurt.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say a car bomb went off in the northern city, killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

 

In Pakistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during the campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

 

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Pakistan People's Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Pakistanis vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered a cache of explosives and detonators, which they believe, were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

 

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

 

You're listening to NPR News, from Washington.

 

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

 

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the license, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and is being considered by the Health Minister. The rationale is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' rights groups accuse the government of bullying. They say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

 

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimates McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

 

Officials in DeKalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week's shooting at Northern Illinois University. The DeKalb police department says officers have searched a hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven't rather disclosed what's inside.

 

This is NPR.

=======

 

Glossary:

 

bully: to put pressure on someone in order to make them do what you want

stump: to travel around an area, meeting people and making speeches in order to gain political support

garner: to take or collect something, especially information or support

 

[ 本帖最后由 Lavi 于 2008-2-29 11:11 编辑 ]

普特在线文本比较普特在线听音查字普特在线拼写检查普特文本转音频

支持普特英语听力就多多发帖吧!您们的参与是对斑竹工作最大的肯定与支持!如果您觉得还不错,推荐给周围的朋友吧~
homework

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to a function as peacekeeping force as the decade-old UN force is retreated. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and their Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs newly elected President Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspect target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguard at his side. Dozens of people are hurt. Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say a car bomb went off in the northern city, killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Pakistan People's Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Pakistanis vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered a cache of explosives and detonators which they believe were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You're listening to NPR News, from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the licenses, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and is being considered by the Health Minister. The rational is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' rights groups accused the government of bullying. They say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimated McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

Officials in DeKalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week shooting at northern Illinois University. The DeKalb police department says officers have searched a hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials rather disclosed what's inside.

This is NPR.
立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
on above all:
From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to function as peacekeeping force as the decade-old UN force retreat. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and their Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs newly elected President Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspect target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguard at his side. Dozens of people are hurt.

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say a car bomb went off in the northern city, killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Pakistan People's Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Pakistanis vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered a cache of explosives and detonators, which they believe, were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You're listening to NPR News, from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the licenses, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and is being considered by the Health Minister. The rationale is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' rights groups accused the government of bullying. They say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimated McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

Officials in DeKalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week shooting at northern Illinois University. The DeKalb police department says officers have searched a hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven’t rather disclosed what's inside.

This is NPR.
实现无障碍英语沟通
Homework of today happy.gif

From NPR News in Washington, I’m Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russian and Soviet of the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police in diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed a sum 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to a function as a peace-keeping force as the decade old UN forces retreat. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and the Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs’ newly elected president Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I’m Frank Browning, in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gather to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspected target may have been a local tribal elder, who had bodyguards at his side, dozens of people were hurt.

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building, and then set off her device. This is the second of the two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say car bomb went off in the northern city killing a police officer into surveillance.

In Pakistan authorities have opposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It’s the mostly deadly attack during the campaign for tomorrow’s parliamentary elections. NPR’s Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday’s attack appear to be members of the Opposition Pakistan People’s Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before he was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the hall with the local candidate when the suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with an explosive into the crowd. Authority said they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attacks come just two days before Pakistani vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased through the country. Police are banning Afghani refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border, and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police said they discovered a cash of explosives and detonators which they believe were going to be used in their attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania as a part of his visit in Africa. He’s signed in the agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly three quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush’s trip to Africa is to highlight American health aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged to the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You are listening to NPR News in Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Brain bans smoking in public places last year. Now it’s looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to but cigarettes. To be granted the license, the smoker will need to obtain the declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at mass of risk from continuing use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government, and has been considered by the Health Minister. The ration now is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However smokers race groups accuse the government of bullying, they say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I’m Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton is urging rival Barrack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday’s Primary election. Both candidates were stumping there. Republican candidates John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimates McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It’s not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September’s national convention.

Officials in Dekalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week’s shooting at northern Illinois University. The Dekalb police department says officers have searched the hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in; there they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven’t disclosed… rather disclosed what’s inside.

This is NPR.


There can be miracle when you believe!
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
hw smile.gif

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has pointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith the Dutch man will head the EU mission in Kosovo, over the justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to function as a peace keeping force as the decade old UN forces retreat. And * is high across the Europe over how the Serb and Russian allies will react the declaration of independence. Serb's newly elected president Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in the crowd several hundred people gathered to watch a dog fighting competition. The suspected target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguards at sight. Dozens of people were hurt. An Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least three people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question when she ran into a nearby building, and set off her device. This is the second of 2 bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul said car bomb were often in northern city killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan, the authorities have posted a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during the campaign for tomorrow's parliamentarian elections. NPR's Jacky Northan reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims in Saturday's attack appeared to be members of opposition Pakistani People's Party which was led by Benazir Bhuto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of a local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosive into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attacks come just 2 days before Pakistani vote parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police said they just discovered cash of explosive and detonators which they believe will going to be used in attacks. Jacky Northan NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania as part of his visit to Africa. He's signed a agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly three quarters of billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight the American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pack, the president urged the US Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You are listening to NPR News in Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public place last year. Now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the license, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their healths not add massive risk from continuing use of tobacco. The proposal was drown up to request the government and is being considered by the House minister. The rationale and that permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' right's group accuse the government of *, they say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates were stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimates McCain garnered at least 32 Louisianan delegates and the support of Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many delegates will go to this September's National Convention.

Officials in Dekalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week shooting in Northern Illinois University. The Dekalb police department says officers have searched hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffel bag and a laptop computer. The officials haven't closed rather disclosed what's inside.

This is NPR.
我真心希望能获得守护她的力量
怀着这份心意
我一直静静的凝视着窗外的风景

提示: 作者被禁止或删除 内容自动屏蔽
Meryl&tina

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to function as a peacekeeping force as the decade-old UN forces retreat. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and their Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs' newly elected President Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspected target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguards at his side. Dozens of people are hurt.

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say a car bomb went off in the northern city, killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during the campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Pakistan People's Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Pakistanis vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered a cache of explosives and detonators, which they believe, were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You're listening to NPR News, from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the license/, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and is being considered by the Health Minister. The rationale is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' rights groups accuse/ the government of bullying. They say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimates McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

Officials in DeKalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week's shooting at Northern Illinois University. The DeKalb police department says officers have searched a hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven’t (口误?)disclosed what's inside.

This is NPR.
实现无障碍英语沟通
hw:
From NPR News in Washington, I'm korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will held the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The Eu has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday the EU group sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to function as a peace-keeping force as the decade old U.N forces reterat. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and Russian allies were react to the declaration of independence. Serb's newly elected presidentBoris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia. but without violence. For NPR News,I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people , the bomber set off its device in a crowd of several hundred of people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. the suspected target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguards at his side. Dozens of people were hurt.

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least three people today. Officers in central Baghdad has stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building, and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombing today in Iraq. Police in Mosul said a car bomb went off in the northern city killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Parkistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people . It's the most deadly attack during the campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Parkistani sequrity officiasl say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Parkistan people's party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto befor she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidates when a suicide bomber ran the car loaded with explosives into the crowd. The authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Parkistani vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Polices are banning Afghani refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered the cache(A hiding place used especially for storing provisions.
贮藏处,暗窖一个隐秘的空间,尤指用于贮存的预备货物) and explosives and detonators, which they believed, were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania as part of his visit to Africa. He has singed an agreement with Tanzani to offer that government nearly three quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of MR. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight America help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact , the President urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world. you are listening to NPR News from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in pulic places last year now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown everytime they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the license the smokers will need to obtain a declaration from their doctor asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and it's being considered by the Health Minister. The rationale that a permit wiould help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately required. However smokers' right groups accused the government of bullying. they say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates were stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Repulicans of Louisana and Michigan devided their presidential delegates yesterday. The associated press estimates McCain garnered (To amass; acquire.
取得;获得)at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the suppport of the Michigan delegation . It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

Official in Dekalb Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week's shooting at northern Illinoil University. The DeKalb police department says officers have serched the hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. officials haven't closed rather disclosed what inside. This is NPR.
普特听力大课堂
homework

on myself
如果需要修改自己的作业,请注明是作业,并用不同与蓝色和红色的颜色,谢谢, smile.gif 请参照ST版听写规则--goanna

This is NPR. From NPR news in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignore protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Peter Feith, the Dutchman will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday the EU approved sending a 2,000 person policing mission to Kosovo to function as a peacekeeping force as the decade old UN forces retreat. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and Russian allies react the declaration of independence. And Serbia new elected president Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia but without violence. For NPR news, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar Afghanistan is killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off its device and a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog fighting competition. The suspected target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguards at his side. Dozens of people were hurt.

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad has stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and than set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say car bomb went on the northern city killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan authorities imposed a curfew in the northwestern region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during the campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northan reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security official say most of the victims of Saturdays attack appear to be opposition Pakistan People's Party which was lead by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home with a local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with an explosive into the crowd. Authority say they will later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just 2 days before Pakistani's vote in Parliamentary elections. Securities are being crisis through the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier City of Peshawar, police say they just discovered a cache of explosive and detonates which they believe were going to be use into attack. Jackie Northern, NPR news, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush is tripped to Africa is to highlight American health aid for these diseases. As he said in the pact, president urged the US congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You are listening to NPR news from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase to 20 dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it’s looking a forcing smoker to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarette. To be granted licenses the smokers would need to obtain declaration from their doctor asserting their health is not at massive of risk from continuing use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and it’s been consider by the health minister. The rationale is that permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However smokers right group accuse the governmental bullying, they say a license would courage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR news, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates, republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegate yesterday. It Associate Press estimates McCain garnered at least 32 percent Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation is not clear how many Michigan delegates would go to this September's national convention.

Officials in Dekalb, Illinois 7 people are still in the hospital following last week shooting at Northern Illinois University. The Dekalb police department says officers have searched the hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in; there they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven't disclosed what's inside.

This is NPR news
Maybe, I'm better than I give myself credit for.
好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语
homework
On jakiegong
请按阶梯修改顺序修改,应该在春山如笑的基础上修改,谢谢 smile.gif 请参照ST版听写规则
From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to a function as peacekeeping force as the decade-old UN force is retreated. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and their Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs newly elected President Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspect target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguard at his side. Dozens of people are hurt. Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say a car bomb went off in the northern city, killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Pakistan People's Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Pakistanis vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered a cache of explosives and detonators which they believe were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You're listening to NPR News, from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the licenses, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and is being considered by the Health Minister. The rational is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' rights groups accused the government of bullying. They say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimated McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

Officials in DeKalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week shooting at northern Illinois University. The DeKalb police department says officers have searched a hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven't rather disclosed what's inside.

This is NPR
homeworkon 三根半萝卜

修改请标红,具体方法请参照ST版听写规则
From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Ignoring protests from Russia and Serbia, the European Union has appointed a diplomatic envoy to Kosovo, which is expected to announce its independence today. Frank Browning reports from Paris.

Pieter Feith, the Dutchman, will head the EU mission in Kosovo overseeing justice police and diplomatic relations between the European Union and Kosovo. The EU has committed some 300 million dollars to the mission. Early Saturday, the EU approved sending a 2000-person policing mission to Kosovo to a function as peacekeeping force as the decade-old UN force is retreated. Anxiety is high across Europe over how the Serbs and their Russian allies will react to the declaration of independence. Serbs newly elected President Boris Tadic has vowed to fight to keep Kosovo as part of Serbia, but without violence. For NPR News, I'm Frank Browning in Paris.

A suicide bomber in Kandahar, Afghanistan has killed at least 80 people. The bomber set off his device in a crowd of several hundred people gathered to watch a dog-fighting competition. The suspect target may have been a local tribal elder who had bodyguard at his side. Dozens of people are hurt. Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber killed at least 3 people today. Officers in central Baghdad had stopped to question her when she ran into a nearby building and then set off her device. This is the second of two bombings today in Iraq. Police in Mosul say a car bomb went off in the northern city, killing a police officer and 2 civilians.

In Pakistan, authorities have imposed a curfew in the northwest region a day after a suicide bomber there killed at least 39 people. It's the most deadly attack during campaign for tomorrow's parliamentary elections. NPR's Jackie Northam reports from Islamabad.

Pakistani security officials say most of the victims of Saturday's attack appeared to be members of the opposition Pakistan People's Party, which was led by Benazir Bhutto before she was assassinated. Supporters were gathering at the home of the local candidate when a suicide bomber rammed a car loaded with explosives into the crowd. Authorities say they will decide later whether polling will take place in the town. The attack comes just two days before Pakistanis vote in parliamentary elections. Security has been increased throughout the country. Police are banning Afghan refugees from entering urban areas along the Afghanistan border and have arrested hundreds of people. In the frontier city of Peshawar, police say they discovered a cache of explosives and detonators which they believe were going to be used in an attack. Jackie Northam, NPR News, Islamabad.

President Bush is spending a second day in Tanzania, that's part of his visit to Africa. He signed an agreement with Tanzania to offer that government nearly 3 quarters of a billion dollars to fight AIDS and malaria. Part of Mr. Bush's trip to Africa is to highlight American help aid for these diseases. As he signed the pact, the president urged the U.S. Congress to renew his program to fight AIDS around the world.

You're listening to NPR News, from Washington.

British smokers may need to purchase a 20-dollar license under plans being considered by the British government. Larry Miller reports from London.

Britain banned smoking in public places last year, now it's looking at forcing smokers to buy a license to be shown every time they want to buy cigarettes. To be granted the licenses, the smokers would need to obtain a declaration from their doctor, asserting their health is not at massive risk from continued use of tobacco. The proposal was drawn up at the request of the government and is being considered by the Health Minister. The rational is that a permit would help smokers break their addiction and help pay for the medical care they may ultimately require. However, smokers' rights groups accused the government of bullying. They say a license would encourage smokers to smuggle tobacco in from other countries. For NPR News, I'm Larry Miller, in London.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is urging rival Barack Obama to debate her in Wisconsin before Tuesday's primary election. Both candidates are stumping there. Republican candidate John McCain has picked up new nominating delegates. Republicans in Louisiana and Michigan divided their presidential delegates yesterday. The Associated Press estimates McCain garnered at least 32 Louisiana delegates and the support of the Michigan delegation. It's not clear how many Michigan delegates will go to this September's national convention.

Officials in DeKalb, Illinois say 7 people are still in the hospital following last week shooting at northern Illinois University. The DeKalb police department says officers have searched a hotel room that the gunman had recently stayed in. There, they discovered a sealed duffle bag and a laptop computer. Officials haven't rather disclosed what's inside.
When things do not go your way, God has a plan for you.
返回列表