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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 learning 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. Blizzard 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 shock 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 its kind. An especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870. The newspapaer 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 witner 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 snowedunder 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 pleasent 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 of 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 tapes 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. But the writter was Maris Joys. I am Warren Shier. 17:25

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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. Sometime heavy snow is brought by violent storms, with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans call this storm "blizzard". Blizzards are usually described as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard has nothing to do with snow.I t 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 thought statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind. And especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870s. 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 false statement or claims. That is "snow-job". A boy may use snow-job for example to try to get a girl to go out with him. The pretty words of his snow-jobs are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow-jobs unlike the blizzard, are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our tempt 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 aeras of the Unitied States where people experience problems of living in cold winter whether. Winter in the northen United States are alway cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storm with high winds and extreme low temperatures. Americans call this storm blizzard. Blizzard are usually described as blinding because no one can see through the blowing snow.

 

Until about 120 years ago, the word blizzard has 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 gun shot; the third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind.

 

An especially violent and heavy storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870s. The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm 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 the blizzard, many people love snow. It changes the experience of everything around us. When snow if 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 sidewalk 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 can not 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 pleasant but false statements for claimes 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 word of his snow job are like the snow flags cover the real world around us. Snow job unlike the blizzard are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our temps 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 M.C., the narrator was M.J.. I am W.S..

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19:07 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 learning 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. Blizzard 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 shock blow, like hitting a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gunshop. A third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind. An especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870. The newspapaer 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 witner storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes a blizzard, many people loves 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 snowedunder 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 works. 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. But the writter was Maris Joys. I am Warren Shier. 17:25
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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories. Some popular American expressions come from areas of United States where people experience problems of living of cold winter weather. Winter in the north United States are always cold and snowy. Some times heavy snow is brought by violence storms with hard winds. And it extremely low temperatures. American calls this storms blizzards. Blizzards are usually described as blinding. Because no one can see through in the blowing snow. Until about 120 years ago. The word blizzard as nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings. One is a sharp blow like hitting a ball with a stick. . Another meaning was a gun shoot. A third was any solider of statement or event that was the most extreme of its time. And special violence and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town call the terrible storm of blizzard. Because it was the worst winter storm in a long time. This use of the word spread crossed country in the next few years. Soon, any especially bad winter storm was called a blizzard. Although no one likes the blizzard. Many people love snow. It changes the appearance of everything around us. When snow is falling. The world seems some how soft peaceful be quite. Snow especially and large amounts covers everything. But too much snow is a real a problem. Heavy deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and side works is hard work. Someone who is snow under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snow under also has another mean. Anyone who has too much work to do is snow under. You might explain to your friends that you can not see her tonight. Because you are snow under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The idea is to changes someone’s mind by making a great many pleasant but fails 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 a snow job are like the snow blacks the cover the real word around us. However, snow job unlike blizzard are easily seem through. We hope you have joined our times to explain some 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  english expressions come from the area of unite states,where people experience cool winter weather.winter in the northen states are always cood and snowy.sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms and high winds. and  --extremely--low temperatures.amerians call  storm --blizzards---,--are usually __describe__as blinding .because no one can see through the blowing the snow.until about one hundred__twenty years ago..the words has nothing to do with snow,it has several other meaning .one was a _sharp_blow like hiting a ball with a stick.and aother meaning was gun shot.the third,was any sort of statments or envent/that was the most _extreme__of its kind.an especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of __ in 1870.a news editor in small town called the storm a blizaard .because it was the worst winter strom in a long time .the use of the_words spread across the whole country in a next few years .soon any especailly bad winter  storm were called blizzard.altough no one like blizzard ,many people love snow.it changes the apperance of everything around,when snow is falling,the world seems somehow soft,peaceful and quiet.snow especially a large a mounts covers everthing ,but too much snow is real a problem.heavy deep snow is difficult to move.cleaning snow from roads and sidewalks is a hard work.some one who is snowed under  he has a large snow to clear,that expression snowed under has another meaning ,anyone who has too much work to do is snowed under.you can explain to a friend that you can't see her ,because you are snowed under with work.it also it possible to snow some one 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 would make a snow job ,to make a girl to go out with him the pretty words of his snow job are like his snow cover the real world around .however snow jumps are not like blasts.are easy seems though.we hope you haver  enjoyed our attmpts to explain some american winter expressions ,and that wish this is no snow drop/

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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. This VOA spciel English program Words and Their Stories was written by *. The narrator was *. I'm *. [ 本帖最后由 moon11 于 2008-2-25 22:30 编辑 ]w
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Some popular American expressions come from areas of the United States, where people experence from problems living in cold winter weather. Winter in the northern United States are always cold and snowing. Sometimes, heavy snow is broght by violent storms with high winds and extreme low tempretures. 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 the snow. It had several other meanings. One was a sharp blow, like hitting a ball with a stick. Another meaning was a gun shock. The third was any short of statements or events that was the most extreme of its kind. And especially violent and heaviest snow storm struck the state of ..... in 1870. A 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 changed 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 big problem. Heavy deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from roads and sidewalks is hard work. Someone who is snow under has a lot of snow to clear. That expression snow under also has another meaning. Anyone who has too much work to do is snow under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snow under with work. It also is possible to snow someone under with words. The ider is to change someone's mind by making a great many presents 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 these snowflakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow jobs unlike blizzards are easily seen through. We hope you have enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular Amerian winter expressions and that wish is known 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 expericence 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.Unitl 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 its kind.An especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870.A 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 blizzard.Although no one likes a blizzard , many people like 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.Any one 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, the boy may use a snow job for example to try to get a girl to go out with him.The pretty words of this snow job are like the snowflakes that cover the real world around us.However snow jobs unlike blizzards are easily seen through.We hope you have enjoyed our times 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 ares of United States where people experience problems of living in cold winter weather. Winter in the northern United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is blotted by violent storms with high winds and a streamly low temperatures. Americans called this storms blizzards.


Blizzards are usually described as blinding because no one can see through blowing snow. Until about one hundred twenty 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 steak. Another meaning was a gang shut. A third was any short of statement or event that was the most stream of its kind. And a specially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of * in 1817. A 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 the blizzard, many people love snow. It changes the experience of every thing around us. When snow is falling, the world seems somehow soft, peaceful and quiet. Snow, especially larger in amount, covers everything. But too much snow is real problem. Heavy, deep snow is difficult to move. Clearing snow from rows and sidewalks is a hard work. Some one who is snowunder has a lot of snow to clear.


That expression "snow-under" also has another meaning. Any one who has to do too much work to do is snow-under. You might explain to a friend that you can not see her tonight because you are snow-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 for statements or claims. That is a snow job. A * use a snow job, for example, to try to get a girl to out with him. The pretty words of his snow job are like ** that cover real world around us. However, snow jobs, unlike blizzards, are easily seen through. We hope you having enjoyed our attempts to explain some popular American winter expressions. And that wish is no snow job.

This VOA special program, words and their stories, was written by marilynn *, the narrator was Marischois. I am **
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Now,the VOA Special English program “Words and their stories”.

Some popular American expressions come from areas of The Unites States where people express of living in cold winter weather. Winters in the north United States are always cold and snowy. Sometimes heavy snow is bought by violent storms with high rains and the extremely low temperature. Americans call these storms blizzard. Blizzard are usually described as blinding. Because no one can see through the thick snowy. Until about 120 years ago the world blizzard had nothing to do with snow. It had several other meanings. One was a sharp blow like hitting a ball with the steak. Another meaning was a gun shot. The third was any short of statement or event that was the most extreme off its kind. Any specially violent and heavy snow storm streak the stake of the air in 1870 . The newspaper editor in one small town called the terrible storm 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 blizzard. Although no one likes blizzard, many people love snow. It’s change the appearance everything around us. And when snows is falling, the word seems somewhat soft, peaceful, be quite. 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 a hard work. Someone who is snow land 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’t see her tonight , because you’re 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 statement for or claim. 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 that his snow job are like which cover the real world around us. However snow jobs aren’t like blizzard are easily saying to. We hope you have enjoyed our times to explain some popular American winter expressions and that wish is no snow job.

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Some popular American expression 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 slowly. Sometimes heavy snow is brought by violent storms with high winds and extremely low temperatures. Americans called this 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 the stick. Another meaning was a gunshot. The third was any sort of statement or event that was the most extreme of its kind.

 

An especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870. The newspaper editorial in one small town called that 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 ‘snowded 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 force 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 flakes that cover the real world around us. However, snow jobs unlike blizzards are easily seeing through.

 

We hope you have enjoyed our tempts 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 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 shock 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 kinds.
         An especially violent and heavy snow storm struck the state of Iowa in 1870. The newspaper editor in one small town called that 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 aspecially 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 explaine to a friend that you can not see her tonight. Because you are snowed under with work. It also is possible to snow someont under with works.
       The idea is to chang someone's mind by making a great many present but fall statement for claims. That is a snow job. A boy many 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 flags that cover the real world around us. Howerver , snow jobs unlike blizzards ,are easily seem 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 Marlyin Christiano. The narrator was Moress Joice, I'm Warran Shirr.
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