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[American Story] 【整理】SENEWS-2008-0223-FEATURE On The Road (1)

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our story today is called on the road is ws written by amerian reporter Charis Koloe .it is from his book called a life on the raod for many years .Charis Koloe travelled accrosed the unite state talking interesting story about Americans . his stories were broadcast onthe CBS telivision network . Lately home of it publiced in books here is spuperkey today stroy on the road . i have some of what illreality idea i find interesting in every cross road thoughout American conturies size .so the camera mam Sunbe and i start out with great hope from new york city for a few days we draw though the small town of new york england the norther corner of all U.S which drew interesting without one idea on our . Leo and i began to get a interesting wondering if nwe eda would ever come . then the sun came out and wind star to blow and blowing the oven leaves shock and fallen of the trees , yellow and read and golden ran down all round us in every town children were playing and heels the leaves .we get the camera out shot about how pretty is all was as a new. as a reporter i used to going fast and working hard this kind of stroy however seems to work best when i went slow and to get is seaiser when i finally shot the new as a news man i woud not to worry about finding storise they find me in the wist ohiyo , i met professor Joen smith , he tough speech and drama at outby colleage untill he was 70 years old then the school law says he had to retied . he could not imagine leaving the students behind so when he was fored to retired he had to kept working at shool he kept working at shool 15years as a cleanig man in the jimrelly .during my years as a professor i was working through the gym and waching the man cleanig the floor i knew what my motto was and bend bustet was it was hard work for me at first . but i get used to it ,it nesscriary .
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now the voa special english program "american stories".
Our story today is called "on the road",it was written by (an) american reporter charles kuralt  .it is from his book called "a life on the road"

for many years charles kuralt travelled across the united states,telling interesting stories about americans.his stories were broadcasted on the cbs television network,later some were published in books.here is Shep O'Neal with today story "on the road".

I had the somewhat unrealistic idea that I would find interesting stories at every crossroads throughout the american countryside.so camera man,soudnman and I started out with great hope from new york city.

For a few rainy days,we drove throuth the small towns of new england,the northeast corner of the united states.we drove aimlessly,without one idea in our heads,I began to get nervous,wondering if  an idea would ever come.

Then the sun came out and the wind started to blow.and the bright autumn leaves shook and fell off the trees,yellow and red and gold rained down all round us.In every town,children were playing in hills of leaves. We got the camera out and did our first story about how pretty it all was.

As a news reporter,I was used to going fast and working hard.These kinds of stories however seemed to work best when I went slow and took it easy.When I finally shook off the sense of speed of newsman,I did not have to worry about finding stories any longer,they found me.

In Westerville Ohio,I met professor john franklin smith ,he taught speech (and) dramma and Otterbein college  until he was 70 years old.then the school rules said he had to retire,he could not imagine leaving the students behind.so when he was forced to retire,he just kept working at the college ,he had continued to work for 15 years as a cleaning man in the gymnasium, during my years as a professor,he said,I would walk through the gym
and see the men cleaning the floor
.I knew what a mop was and what a bucket was  , It was hard work for me at first,but I got used to it,it is necessary to work.

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Our story today is called “On the road”. It was written by American reporter Charles Corot. It is from his book called “A life on the road”. For many years, Charles Corot travel across the United States, telling interesting stories about Americans. His stories were broadcast on the CBS television network. Later, some were published in books. Here is Shep O’Neal, with today story “On the road”.
I had the somewhat unrealistic ideas, that I would find interesting stories at every crossroad throughout the American countryside. So the camera man, sound man and I started out with great hope from New York City. For a few raining days, we drove through the small towns of New England, the northeastern corner of the United States. We drove aimlessly, without one idea in our heads. I began to get nervous, wondering if an idea would ever come. Then, the sun came out, and the wind started to blow, and the bright atom leaves shook and fell of the trees. Yellow and red and golden * down all around us. In every town, Children were playing in * of leaves. We got the camera out, and did our first story about how pretty it all was. As a new reporter, I was used to going fast and working hard. These kinds of stories, however, seem to work best when I went slow and took it easy. When I finally shook off the sense of speed of newsman, I didn’t have to worry about finding stories any longer, they found me.
In * Ohio, I met Professor John Franklin Smith. He told speech and * at college until he was 70 years old. Then the school rules said he had to retire. He couldn’t imagine leaving the students behind. So when he was forced to retire, he just kept working at the college. He had continued to work for 15 years as a cleaning man in the *.” During my years of a professor” he said, “I would walk through the * and see the man cleaning the floor. I know what a * was, and what bucket was. It was hard work for me at first, but I got used to it. It is necessary to work.”
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Our story today is called “On the Road”. It was written by American reporter Charles Kuralt. It was from his book called “A Life On the Road”. For many years Charles Kuralt traveled across the United States telling interesting stories about the Americans. His stories were broadcast on the CBS television network. Later some were published in books. Here is Shaple Neal with today’s story “On the Road”.

I have the somewhat unrealistic idea that I would find interesting stories at the cross roads throughout the American countryside. So the cameramen, soundmen and I started out with great hope from New York City. For a few rainy days. We drove through the small towns of New England, the northeast corner of the United States. We drove aimlessly without an idea in our heads. I began to get nervous, wondering if an idea would ever come. Then the sun came out, and the wind started to blow and the bright autumn leaves shook and fell off the trees. Yellow and red and gold rained down all around us. In every town children were playing and heals our leaves. We got the camera out and did our first story about how pretty Iowa was.

As a news reporter I was used to going fast and working hard. These kinds of stories, however, seemed to work best when I went slow and took it easy. When I finally shook off the sense of speed of a news man I did not have to worry about finding stories any longer. They found me.

In West Hill Ohio, I met professor John Franklin Smith. He taught speech and drama at / College until he was 70 years old. Then the school rules said he had to retire. He could not imagine leaving the students behind. So when he was forced to retire, he just kept working in the college. He had continued to work for 15 years as a cleaning man in the /. “During my years as professor”, he said, “I would walk through the / and see the man cleaning the floor. I knew what a mop was and what a bucket was. It was hard work for me at first but I got used to it. It is necessary to work.”
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Our story today is called 'on the road. It was written by an American reporter Charles Corot.It is from his book called a life on the road. For many years CC travelled across the US telling interesting stories about the Americans. His stories were broadcast on the CBS Televison Network. Later some were published in books. Here is SO with today's story on the road. I had the somewhat unrealistic idea that I would find interesting stories at every crossroad throughout the American countryside. So the camera man, sound man and I started out with great hope from NY city. For a few rainy days we drove through the small towns of New England, the northeast corner of the US. We drove aimlessly without one idea in our heads. I began to get nervous wondering if an idea would ever come. Then the sun came out and the wind started to blow and bright autumn leaves shook and fell of the trees. Yellow and red and gold rains down all around us. In every town children would \ playing at the hills of leaves. We got the camera out and did our first story about how pretty it all was. As a news reporter I was used to going fast and working hard. These kinds of stories, however, seemed to work best when I went slow and took it easy. When I finally shook off the sense of speed of a news man, I did not have to worry about finding stories any longer. They found me. In West Hill Ohio, I met professor John Frankline Smith. He taught speech and drama at HB college until he was 70 years old. Then the school rules said he had to retire. He could not imagine leaving the students behind. So when he was forced to retire, he just kept working at the college. He had continued to work for 15 years as a cleaning man in the gymnasium. During my years as a professor, he said, I would walk through the gym and see the man cleaning the floor. I knew what a mop was and what a bucket was. It was a hard work for me at first but I get used to it. It was necessary to work.
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