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Now the VOA special english program words and there are Their storys. Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States Where people experiences problems of living and cold winter weather. Weather WinterS in the northern of the United States are always cold and snowing snowy, sometimes heavy snow is brought by vialon(violent)  storms with high winds and extrimaly(extremely)  low temperatures.Americans call these storms blizers(blizzards), blizers(blizzard) are usually describe as blinting(blinding) because no one can see through the browing(blowing) snow.
Until about 120 years ago, the word berlizers(blizzards)  has nothing to do with snow. It has several other meanings.one was a sharp blow,like hiting a ball with a stick;Another meaning was a gun shot, the third was any sort of statment(statement) on rement(event) that was the mostest streem(extreme) of it kind.
 An a specially (especially)violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Elvoit in 1870,the newspaper's editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard because it was the worst winter storm in a long time.This used of the word speeded spread across the country in the next few years. Soon any especially bad winter storm was call a blizzard.
Although no one likes a blizzard, many people love snow,it changes of the appearance of everything around. When snow is falling,the world seems some out of sort  somehow of soft, peace and quiet. Snow especially in large of manth covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem: heavy deep snow is difficlut to move, clearing snow from roof and sidewall is hardwork, someone who is snow under snowed under have a lot of snow to clear clean. Especially, snow under also has another mean, anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under.Your might explain to a friend that your can not see her tonight because you are snowed under with work.It also is prosoble to snow someone under with works, the idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many preasant but forst statement for . that is a snow job.A boy may use a snow job,for example, to try to get a girl to go out with him.The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowplace that cover the real world around us. However snow jobs unlike blizzards are easly seeing thought. We hope you have enjoy our temps attempt to explain some popular American winter expressions and that wish is no snow job.
This American VOA Special English program words and the story was written by     . The nairathor

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Now the VOA special English Program---- Words and Their Stories.

 

Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United Stated where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in northern United Stated are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high wind and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms "b*".b*s are usually described as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow.

 

Until about 120years ago, the word "b*" had nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings. One was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick. Anther meaning was a gun shot. A third was any sort of statement or event that was worst extreme of it kind. An especially violent and heavy snowstorm struck the state of * in1870.A newspaper editor called the terrible storm a b* because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread the country in the next few years. Then any especially bad winter storm was called a b*.

 

Although no one likes b*,many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow in large amount cover everything. But too much snow is a real problem. Heavy ,deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear.

 

That expression “snowed under” also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You maybe explain to your friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snowed under with work. But also it is possible to snow someone under with word. The idea is to change someone’s mind by making a great many pleasant but false statement or claims. That is snow job. A boy may use snow job, for example, try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowflakes cover the real world around us. However , snow job unlike b* are easily seen through.

 

We hope you enjoy our attempt to explain the popular American winter expressions.That wish is no snow job.

 

This VOA special English Program---- Words and Their Stories was written by *. The narrator is * and *.

 

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Now the voa special english program words and their storise


some  popular American expressions come from the areas of United States
where poeple experience problem of living in the cold winter weather .
Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy
sometimes heavy storm is brought by violent stoem with high winds and extremly low temperatures
American calls these storms bizzard
bizzard is usually discribed as blinding
because no one can see through the blowing snow
until about 120 years ago
the word had nothing to do with the snow
it has several other meanings
one was the sharp blow like hidding a ball with a stick
and another meaning was the gun shot
a third was any sort of statement or event
that most  exetrem of its kind
and especially  violent and heavy snow storm strunk the state of () in 1870.
the newspaper editor in one small town called that terrible storm a blizzard
because it was the worst storm in a long time
this ues of the word spread across the country in the next few years
soon any a  specially  bad storm was called a bizzard
although no one  likes a bizzard
many people love sonws
it changes appearence of everything around us
when the snow is falling
the world seems somehouse soft,peaceful,and quiet
snow as specally  a large amounts covers erevything
but too much snow is a real problem
heavy deep snow is difficult to move
clearing snow from the roads and sidewalks is hard work
someone who was snowed under has a lot of snow to clear
that expression snowed underalso has other meaning
anyone who have much work to do is snow under
you  might be exeplain your friend that you can not  see her tonight
because you are snow under with walk
it also is possible to snow under was watch.
the idea is to change someone's mind
by making a great much pleasant but false statements or claims that is a snow job
a boy may use the job for exemple,to try to get a girl to go out with him
the pretty words of his snow job are like snowflakes that cover the real world around us
however snow jobs is unlike blizzard are easely seen through.
we hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular american winter exepretion

and that wish is no snow job

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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories .
Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern Untied States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violence storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call this storms blizzard. Blizzards are usually describe as blinding, because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard had nothing to do with snow, it had several other meanings.
    One was a sharp blow, like hitting a ball with a stick; another meaning was a gun shot; the third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind. An especially violent and heavy snow storm attack the state of Iowa in 1870, the newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard, because it was the worst weather storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years, soon any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes a blizzard, many people love snow, it changes the experience of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially a large amounts, covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem, heavy, deep snow is difficult to move, clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snowed-under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snowed-under also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed-under. You might explain to a friend that you cannot see her tonight because you are snowed-under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with works, the idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many present but false statements or claims, that is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job, for example, to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snow flicks that cover the real world around it, however, snow jobs unlike blizzard are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions, and that wish is no snow job. This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Marrilin Christano, *hear was Maris * , I’m Wollen Shear.
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Homework Now, the VOA special English program “Words and their Stories”. Some American expressions come from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms blizzards. Blizzards are usually described as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word “blizzards” had nothing get to snow. It had several other meanings. One was a short blow, like hitting a ball with stick. An other meaning was a glamour shirt. A third was any thought of statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind. An especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the State of Ohio in 1817. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzards. Because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon, any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzards. Although no one likes a blizzards, many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When the snow is falling, the world seems somehow thoughtful, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially and a large amounts covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem. Heavy, deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is a hard work. Someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear. That is expression “snowed under” also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You may explain to your friend that you cannot see her tonight because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone’s mind by making a great many pleasant but false statements for claims. That is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job, for example, to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowflakes that covered the real world around us. However, snow jobs unlike blizzards are easily seeing through. We hoped you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions and that wish is no snow job.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories. Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms blizzards. Blizzards are usually describes as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard had nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings. One was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gun shot. A third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of it kind. An especially violent and heavy snowstorm struck the state of * in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes a blizzard , many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somewhat soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially in large amounts, covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem. Heavy, deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snowed under also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many pleasant but false statements or claims.That is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job, for example, try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow jobs, unlike blazers, are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions. And that wish is no snow job.

 

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some popular Amercan expressions come from aeras of united states where people experence problems of living in the cold winter weather,winters in the northern America are always cold and snowy,sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high wins,and exetremly low tempretures,Americans call these storms blezerts,blezerts are usually discribled as blinding,beacause no one can see through the blowing snow,until about 120 years ago,the word plezert had nothing to with snow,it had several other meaning,one was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick,anther meaning was a gun shunk,the third was any sort of statement or event that was most exetrems of its can ,and a specially voilent and heavy storm strunk the state of ohio in 1870,a newspaper editer in one small town called the terible storm a blezert,because it was htheworst winter storm in a long time,this use of this word spread across the country in the next few years,soon any specially bad winter storm was called a blezert,although no one likes a blezert,many people love snow,it changes the apperance of everything around us,when the snow is falling,the world sees somehow soft peaceful and quiet,snow especially in large amounts covers everything,but too much snow is real a problem,heavy deep snow is difficult to move,clearing snowfrom road and sidewalk is a hard work,someone who is a snowed under has a lot of snow to clear ,that expression snowed ander also has anther meaning,anyone has too much work to do is a snowed ander,you might explain to your friend you can't see her tonight because you are snowed ander with work,it also is possible to snow someone's ander with words,the idea is to change someone's mind by making it great many pleasants but false statements or clains,that is a snow job,a boy may use a snow job ,for example,to try to get a girl to get out with him,the pretty words of his snow job are like the snow flergers covered the real world around us ,however,snow jobs are unlike blezerts,are easily seen through,we hope you have enjoyed our termpers to explain some popular American winter expressions ,and that wish is no a snow job!
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Words:
Blizzard: heavy and big snowstorm
Be snowed under=be overwhelmed: He was snowed under with work. (喻)被压倒,累倒
Snow job, snow flag = flatter words??

Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.
Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms 'blizzards'.
'Blizzards' are usually described as blinding, because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard had nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings.
One was a sharp blow, like hitting a ball with a stick.
Another meaning was a gun shop.
A third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind.
An especially violent and heavy snowstorm struck the state of Iowa in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes a blizzard, many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow especially in large amount covers everything, but too much snow is a real problem. Heavy deep snow is difficult to move.

Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear that expression snowed under also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight. Because you are snowed under with work.

It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many present but fall statements for claims. That is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job for example, to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like this snow flags that cover the real world around us. However snowjobs unlike blizzards are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popolar American winter expressions. And that wish is no snowjob.
This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Mariland Crystinano. The narrator was Marice Joys. I am Warren Sheer.

Homework Now, the VOA Special English Program, Words And Their Stories. Some popular American expressions came from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes, heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremly low temperaturers. Americans call these storms blizzards. Blizzards are usually describled as blinding. Because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about one hundred twenty years ago, the word blizzard had nothing to do with snow. It has several other meanings. One was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gunshot. A third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extrem of its kind. An especially violent and heavy storm struck the state of Iowa in eighteen seventy. The newspaper editorial in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon, any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzerd. Although no one likes a blizzard, many people love snow, it changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially in large amount covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem. Heavy, deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snowed under also has anothor meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many pleasent but false statements or claims. That is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job for example, to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow jobs unlike blizzards are easily seeing through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions and that wish is no snow job. This VOA Special English Program, Words and Their Stories was written by Merilyn Christiano. The narrator was Maris Jois.

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Now the VOA special English program words and their stories .Some popular American expressions come from areas of the USA where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather . Winters in the Northern USA are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms blizzards . Blizzards are usually described as blinding, because no one can see through the blowing snow . Until about 120 years ago the word “blizzard” had nothing to do with snow . It had several other means. One was a sharp blow like heating a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gun shoot. The third was any shoot of statement or event that was the most extreme over its kind. Any specially violent and heavy snow storm struck the State of Iowa in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a “blizzard”, because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon, any especially bad winter storm was called a “blizzard”. Although no one likes a “blizzard”, many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow especial in large amounts covers everything, but too much snow is a real problem. Heavy deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is a hard work. Someone who is “snowed under” has a lot of snow to clear. That expression “snowed under” also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is “snowed under”. You might explain to a friend that you cannot see her tonight, because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone’s mind by making a great many pleasant but false statements or claims. That is a snow job. A boy may use a “snow job” for example to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his “snow job” are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However “snow jobs” unlike “blizzards” are easy seeing through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions, and that wish is no “snow job”.

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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories. Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms blizzards. Blizzards are usually describes as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard had nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings. One was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gun shot. A third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of it kind. An especially violent and heavy snowstorm struck the state of * in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes a blizzard , many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially in large amounts, covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem. Heavy, deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snowed under also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many pleasant but false statements or claims.That is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job, for example,  to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow jobs, unlike blazers, are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions. And that wish is no snow job.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories. Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call these storms blizzards. Blizzards are usually describes as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard had nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings. One was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gun shot. A third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of it kind. An especially violent and heavy snowstorm struck the state of * in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm a blizzard because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread across the country in the next few years. Soon any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes a blizzard , many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially in large amounts, covers everything. But too much snow is a real problem. Heavy, deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snowed under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snowed under also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to change someone's mind by making a great many pleasant but false statements or claims.That is a snow job. A boy may use a snow job, for example, try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow jobs, unlike blazers, are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions. And that wish is no snow job.

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