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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Jack Speer.

 

Russia has stopped military cooperation with NATO in response to NATO’s decision earlier this week to freeze consultations with Russia. The standoff comes because of Russia’s refusal to pull its troops out of Georgia. NPR's Mike Shuster, reports from Brussels.

 

RIA(偶觉得这里他说的是俄罗斯的通讯社RIA Novosti), the Russian news agency quoted the Moscow's ambassador to NATO, Dimitri Rogozin as saying the Russian Defense Ministry has frozen military cooperation with the alliance. How long this freeze will last and what precisely it will mean is not yet clear. But the action was confirmed by NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero who said NATO had heard from the Russian Defense Ministry that it had halted military cooperation with the Brussels-based alliance. Earlier this week, NATO took similar action, declaring there would be no business as usual with Russia as long as Russian troops remained in Georgia. NATO and Russia have cooperated in various ways for many years including some joint exercises. Perhaps most important this year Russia agreed to let NATO use its territory to transport some supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan. Neither side could say whether this would be affected by the mutual freeze. Mike Shuster, NPR News ,Brussels.

 

There are continued / mixture reports out of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today where some observers' report seeing Russian tanks rolling through the Georgian countryside towards home even as Russian troops were digging trenches and building fortifications in key areas of Georgia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said the forces will pull back from Georgia tomorrow. The ceasefire agreement calls for Russian and Georgian forces to both pull back to respective positions held before fighting erupted there two weeks ago.

 

Torrential rains continue to fall in central Florida as barely moving Tropical Storm Fay torments the state again today, flooding thousands of residents out of their homes. From member station WLRN in Miami, Phil Latzman reports.

 

Fay is still spinning just off Florida's northeast coast near / Daytona Beach with tropical storm forces winds. Its motion is nearly stationary meaning it will continue dumping buckets of rain on already waterlogged areas that could see more than two feet of precipitation. Police and National Guard troops are busy evacuating residents from flooded areas in hard hit Brevard County. At an EOC briefing this morning, Florida governor Charlie Crist urged residents not to panic. So it ensured / continue to monitor local news for information pertinent to their geographic location. They should stay calm, stay smart and make sure that they stay safe. Although Fay has stalled, forecasters still expect/ it to come ashore in Florida for a third time in a week, then cross over the Peninsula drenching the northern part of the state through the weekend. For NPR news, I’m Phil Latzman in Miami.

 

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and central bankers are gathered this week/ in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for their annual symposium, the most analysts are expecting few details about future possible fed actions. Bernanke is scheduled to speak tomorrow morning at the conference.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial Average gained 12 points today closing at 11,430, the NASDQ lost 8 points. This is NPR.

 

It turns out there may have been something to all that talk about speculators influencing the oil market after all. According to a published report today, a single energy conglomerate, one point last month, held more than ten percent/ of all futures contracts in the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Washington Post reports that when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission examining the books of a private Swiss energy conglomerate, they found the firm held 11 percent of all the oil contracts on the Exchange. CFTC says they found more than 80 percent of / oil contrasts / now were held by financial firms speculating either for themselves or clients.

 

Nearly a decade after US health officials declared measles was officially eliminated in the US, cases now are on the rise. NPR’s Patti Neighmond reports.

 

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 131 new measles cases so far this year. That is already more than three times the number of cases reported / for all of last year. In some cases, children were too young to be vaccinated. But in half / the cases children were not vaccinated because / of parents’ religious beliefs. Many were home schooled and so not subject to vaccination rules that applied to public schools. 15 patients were hospitalized. No deaths have been reported before the measles vaccination was available, millions of people got infected every year, thousands were hospitalized and hundreds died. Health officials say they are working to educate parents about the safety of the vaccine and the lack of evidence of dangerous side-effects. Patti Neighmond, NPR news.

 

Big jump at oil prices today, the near-month contract for benchmark Great Crude was up 5 dollars and 62 cents a barrel to end the session at 121 dollars and 18 cents a barrel.

 

I’m Jack Speer, NPR news in Washington.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-8-22 23:33 编辑 ]

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就是介绍飓风FAY的那一段,佛罗里达州长说的那句话开头 大家听得都是 So it ensured continue to monitor local news for information pertinent to their geographic location. 我觉得的开头应该是 Flordian should continue to ..... 有米谁来帮忙讲解下?<img src=" border="0">
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From NPR News in Washington, I’m Jack Speer.

 

Russia has stopped military cooperation with NATO in response to NATO’s decision earlier this week to freeze consultations with Russia. The standoff comes because of Russia’s refusal to pull its troops out of Georgia. NPR's Mike Shuster, reports from Brussels.

 

RIA, the Russian news agency quoted / Moscow's ambassador to NATO, Dimitri Rogozin as saying the Russian defense ministry has frozen military cooperation with the alliance. How long this freeze will last and what precisely it will mean is not yet clear. But the action was confirmed by NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero who said NATO had heard from Russian defense ministry that it had halted military cooperation with the Brussels' based alliance. Earlier this week, NATO took similar action, declaring there would be no business as usual with Russia as long as Russian troops remained in Georgia. NATO and Russia have cooperated in various ways for many years including some joint exercises. Perhaps most important, this year Russia agreed to let NATO use its territory to transport some supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan. Neither side could say whether this would be affected by the mutual freeze. Mike Shuster ,NPR News ,Brussels.

 

There are continued, / mixed reports out of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today where some observers report seeing Russian tanks rolling through the Georgian countryside towards home even as Russian troops were digging trenches and building fortifications in key areas of Georgia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said the forces will pull back from Georgia tomorrow. The ceasefire agreement calls for Russian and Georgian forces to both pull back to respective positions held before fighting erupted there two weeks ago.

 

Torrential rains continue to fall in central Florida as barely moving Tropical Storm Fay torments the state again today, flooding thousands of residents out of their homes. From member station WLRN in Miami, Phil Latzman reports.

 

Fay is still spinning just off Florida's northeast coast near / Daytona Beach with tropical storm force winds. Its motion is nearly stationary meaning it will continue dumping buckets of rain on already waterlogged areas that could see more than two feet of precipitation. Police and National Guard troops are busy evacuating residents from flooded areas in hard hit Brevard County. At an EOC briefing this morning, Florida governor Charlie Crist urged residents not to panic. Floridian should continue to monitor local news for information pertinent to their geographic location. They should stay calm, stay smart and make sure that they stay safe. Although Fay has stalled, forecasters do expect/ it to come ashore in Florida for a third time in a week then cross over the Peninsula drenching the northern part of the state through the weekend. For NPR news, I’m Phil Latzman in Miami.

 

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and central bankers are gathered this weekend in Jackson Hole , Wyoming,  for their annual symposium. The most analysts are expecting a few details about future possible fed actions. Bernanke is scheduled to speak tomorrow morning at the conference.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial Average gained 12 points today closing at 11,430, the NASDQ lost 8 points. This is NPR.

 

It turns out there may have been something to all that talk about speculators influencing the oil market after all. According to a published report today, a single energy conglomerate, at one point last month, held more than ten percent of all futures contracts in the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Washington Post reports that when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission examine the books of a private Swiss energy conglomerate, they found the firm held 11 percent of all the oil contracts on the Exchange. CFTC says it found more than 80 percent of / oil contrasts that are now made swell by financial firms speculating either for themselves or clients.

 

Nearly a decade after US health officials declared measles was officially eliminated in the US, cases now are on the rise. NPR’s Patti Neighmond reports.

 

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 131 new measles cases so far this year. That’s already more than three times the number of cases reported for all of last year. In some cases, children were too young to be vaccinated. But in half / the cases, children were not vaccinated because of parents' religious beliefs. Many were home schooled and so not subject to vaccination rules that applied to public schools. 15 patients were hospitalized. No deaths have been reported before the measles vaccination was available, millions of people got infected every year, thousands were hospitalized and hundreds died. Health officials say they are working to educate parents about the safety of the vaccine and the lack of evidence of dangerous side effects. Patti Neighmond NPR news.

 

Big jump at oil prices today, the near month contract for benchmark Great Crude was up 5 dollars and 62 cents a barrel to end the session at 121 dollars and 18 cents a barrel.

 

I’m Jack Speer, NPR news in Washington.

REMEMBER ONE THING:I CAME, I SAW, I CONQUERED!
向翩然斑斑看齐!!
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第一,阶梯式修改,即除修改头贴外,在上一篇修改稿的基础上进行修改;
第二,修改别人稿子要注明是修改谁的 写上ON XX;
第三,头贴或修改请在所见所得模式下清除文本格式后,选3号Verdana字体
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

Russia has stopped military cooperation with NATO in response to NATO's decision earlier this week to freeze consultations with Russia. The standoff comes because of Russia's refusal to pull its troops out of Georgia. NPR's Mike Shuster reports from Brussels.

 

RIA, the Russian news agency quoted Moscow's Ambassador to NATO Dimitri Rogozin as saying the Russian defense ministry has frozen military cooperation with the alliance. How long this freeze will last and what precisely it will mean is not yet clear. But the action was confirmed by NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero who said NATO had heard from the Russian defense ministry that it had halted military cooperation with the Brussels-based alliance. Earlier this week, NATO took similar action, declaring there would be no business as usual with Russia as long as Russian troops remained in Georgia. NATO and Russia have cooperated in various ways for many years including some joint exercises. Perhaps most important, this year Russia agreed to let NATO use its territory to transport some supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan. Neither side could say whether this would be affected by the mutual freeze. Mike Shuster, NPR News, Brussels.

 

There are continued mixed reports out of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today where some observers report seeing Russian tanks rolling through the Georgian countryside towards home even as Russian troops were digging trenches and building fortifications in key areas of Georgia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said that forces will pull back from Georgia tomorrow. The cease-fire agreement calls for Russian and Georgian forces to both pull back into respective positions held before fighting erupted there two weeks ago.

 

Torrential rains continue to fall in central Florida as barely-moving Tropical Storm Fay torments the state again today, flooding thousands of residents out of their homes. From member station WLRN in Miami, Phil Latzman reports.

 

Fay is still spinning just off Florida's northeast coast near Daytona Beach with tropical storm force winds. Its motion is nearly stationary, meaning it will continue dumping buckets of rain on already waterlogged areas that could see more than two feet of precipitation. Police and National Guard troops have been busy evacuating residents from flooded areas in hard-hit Brevard County. At an EOC briefing this morning, Florida Governor Charlie Crist urged residents not to panic. "Floridians should continue to monitor local news for information pertinent to their geographic location. They should stay calm, stay smart and make sure that they stay safe. " Although Fay has stalled, forecasters do expect it to come ashore in Florida for a third time in a week, then cross over the Peninsula, drenching the northern part of the state through the weekend. For NPR news, I'm Phil Latzman in Miami.

 

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and central bankers are gathered this week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for their annual symposium. But most analysts are expecting \ few details about future possible Fed actions. Bernanke is scheduled to speak tomorrow morning at the conference.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial Average gained 12 points today closing at 11,430. The NASDQ lost eight points.

 

This is NPR.

 

It turns out there may have been something to all that talk about speculators influencing the oil market after all. According to a published report today, a single energy conglomerate, at one point last month, held more than 10% of all futures contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Washington Post reports that when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission examined the books of a private Swiss energy conglomerate, it found the firm held 11 percent of all the oil contracts on the Exchange. CFTC says it found more than 80 percent of oil contracts on the NYMEX were held by financial firms speculating either for themselves or clients.

 

Nearly a decade after US health officials declared measles \ officially eliminated in the US, cases now are on the rise. NPR's Patti Neighmond reports.

 

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 131 new measles cases so far this year. That's already more than three times the number of cases reported for all of last year. In some cases, children were too young to be vaccinated. But in half the cases, children were not vaccinated because of parents' religious beliefs. Many were home schooled and so not subject to vaccination rules that apply to public schools. Fifteen patients were hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. Before the measles vaccination was available, millions of people got infected every year. Thousands were hospitalized and hundreds died. Health officials say they are working to educate parents about the safety of the vaccine and the lack of evidence of dangerous side effects. Patti Neighmond, NPR news.

 

Big jump in oil prices today, the near month contract for benchmark grade crude was up $5.62 a barrel to end the session at $121.18 a barrel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR news in Washington.

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on 翩然斑竹

夜半改稿,太辛苦了!改几个大小写。请教,Peninsula, 此处用小写不行吗?

 

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

Russia has stopped military cooperation with NATO in response to NATO's decision earlier this week to freeze consultations with Russia. The standoff comes because of Russia's refusal to pull its troops out of Georgia. NPR's Mike Shuster reports from Brussels.

 

RIA, the Russian news agency quoted Moscow's Ambassador to NATO Dimitri Rogozin as saying the Russian Defense Ministry has frozen military cooperation with the alliance. How long this freeze will last and what precisely it will mean is not yet clear. But the action was confirmed by NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero who said NATO had heard from the Russian defense ministry that it had halted military cooperation with the Brussels-based alliance. Earlier this week, NATO took similar action, declaring there would be no business as usual with Russia as long as Russian troops remained in Georgia. NATO and Russia have cooperated in various ways for many years including some joint exercises. Perhaps most important, this year Russia agreed to let NATO use its territory to transport some supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan. Neither side could say whether this would be affected by the mutual freeze. Mike Shuster, NPR News, Brussels.

 

There are continued mixed reports out of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today where some observers report seeing Russian tanks rolling through the Georgian countryside towards home even as Russian troops were digging trenches and building fortifications in key areas of Georgia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said that forces will pull back from Georgia tomorrow. The cease-fire agreement calls for Russian and Georgian forces to both pull back into respective positions held before fighting erupted there two weeks ago.

 

Torrential rains continue to fall in central Florida as barely-moving Tropical Storm Fay torments the state again today, flooding thousands of residents out of their homes. From member station WLRN in Miami, Phil Latzman reports.

 

Fay is still spinning just off Florida's northeast coast near Daytona Beach with tropical storm force winds. Its motion is nearly stationary, meaning it will continue dumping buckets of rain on already waterlogged areas that could see more than two feet of precipitation. Police and National Guard troops have been busy evacuating residents from flooded areas in hard-hit Brevard County. At an EOC briefing this morning, Florida Governor Charlie Crist urged residents not to panic. "Floridians should continue to monitor local news for information pertinent to their geographic location. They should stay calm, stay smart and make sure that they stay safe. " Although Fay has stalled, forecasters do expect it to come ashore in Florida for a third time in a week, then cross over the Peninsula, drenching the northern part of the state through the weekend. For NPR news, I'm Phil Latzman in Miami.

 

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and central bankers are gathered this week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for their annual symposium. But most analysts are expecting \ few details about future possible Fed actions. Bernanke is scheduled to speak tomorrow morning at the conference.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 12 points today closing at 11,430. The NASDAQ lost eight points.

 

This is NPR.

 

It turns out there may have been something to all that talk about speculators influencing the oil market after all. According to a published report today, a single energy conglomerate, at one point last month, held more than 10% of all futures contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Washington Post reports that when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission examined the books of a private Swiss energy conglomerate, it found the firm held 11 percent of all the oil contracts on the Exchange. CFTC says it found more than 80 percent of oil contracts on the NYMEX were held by financial firms speculating either for themselves or clients.

 

Nearly a decade after US health officials declared measles \ officially eliminated in the US, cases now are on the rise. NPR's Patti Neighmond reports.

 

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 131 new measles cases so far this year. That's already more than three times the number of cases reported for all of last year. In some cases, children were too young to be vaccinated. But in half the cases, children were not vaccinated because of parents' religious beliefs. Many were home schooled and so not subject to vaccination rules that apply to public schools. Fifteen patients were hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. Before the measles vaccination was available, millions of people got infected every year. Thousands were hospitalized and hundreds died. Health officials say they are working to educate parents about the safety of the vaccine and the lack of evidence of dangerous side effects. Patti Neighmond, NPR News.

 

Big jump in oil prices today, the near month contract for benchmark grade crude was up $5.62 a barrel to end the session at $121.18 a barrel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

[ 本帖最后由 jxzhope 于 2008-8-23 08:04 编辑 ]
好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语

To jxzhope

呵呵,我是夜猫子,习惯了^_^

那个地方peninsula应该不需要大写,一开始我还真没注意到,谢谢jxzhope兄提醒^_^

整理(On hope)

谢谢翩然,你又先帮我改了,看来我应该再快点,在当天就出来,然后你这个夜猫子就可以改啦。

 

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

Russia has stopped military cooperation with NATO in response to NATO's decision earlier this week to freeze consultations with Russia. The standoff comes because of Russia's refusal to pull its troops out of Georgia. NPR's Mike Shuster reports from Brussels.

 

RIA, the Russian news agency quoted Moscow's Ambassador to NATO Dimitri Rogozin as saying the Russian Defense Ministry has frozen military cooperation with the alliance. How long this freeze will last and what precisely it will mean is not yet clear. But the action was confirmed by NATO spokeswoman Carmen Romero who said NATO had heard from the Russian defense ministry that it had halted military cooperation with the Brussels-based alliance. Earlier this week, NATO took similar action, declaring there would be no business as usual with Russia as long as Russian troops remained in Georgia. NATO and Russia have cooperated in various ways for many years including some joint exercises. Perhaps most important, this year Russia agreed to let NATO use its territory to transport some supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan. Neither side could say whether this would be affected by the mutual freeze. Mike Shuster, NPR News, Brussels.

 

There are continued mixed reports out of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today where some observers report seeing Russian tanks roaring through the Georgian countryside towards home even as Russian troops were digging trenches and building fortifications in key areas of Georgia. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said that forces will pull back from Georgia tomorrow. The cease-fire agreement calls for Russian and Georgian forces to both pull back into respective positions held before fighting erupted there two weeks ago.

 

Torrential rains continue to fall in central Florida as barely-moving Tropical Storm Fay torments the state again today, flooding thousands of residents out of their homes. From member station WLRN in Miami, Phil Latzman reports.

 

Fay is still spinning just off Florida's northeast coast near Daytona Beach with tropical storm force winds. Its motion is nearly stationary, meaning it will continue dumping buckets of rain on already waterlogged areas that could see more than two feet of precipitation. Police and National Guard troops have been busy evacuating residents from flooded areas in hard-hit Brevard County. At an EOC briefing this morning, Florida Governor Charlie Crist urged residents not to panic. "Floridians should continue to monitor local news for information pertinent to their geographic location. They should stay calm, stay smart and make sure that they stay safe. " Although Fay has stalled, forecasters do expect it to come ashore in Florida for a third time in a week, then cross over the peninsula, drenching the northern part of the state through the weekend. For NPR news, I'm Phil Latzman in Miami.

 

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke and central bankers are gathered this week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for their annual symposium. But most analysts are expecting \ few details about future possible Fed actions. Bernanke is scheduled to speak tomorrow morning at the conference.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 12 points today closing at 11,430. The NASDAQ lost eight points.

 

This is NPR.

 

It turns out there may have been something to all that talk about speculators influencing the oil market after all. According to a published report today, a single energy conglomerate, at one point last month, held more than 10% of all futures contracts on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Washington Post reports that when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission examined the books of a private Swiss energy conglomerate, it found the firm held 11 percent of all the oil contracts on the Exchange. CFTC says it found more than 80 percent of oil contracts on the NYMEX were held by financial firms speculating either for themselves or clients.

 

Nearly a decade after US health officials declared measles officially eliminated in the US, cases now are on the rise. NPR's Patti Neighmond reports.

 

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 131 new measles cases so far this year. That's already more than three times the number of cases reported for all of last year. In some cases, children were too young to be vaccinated. But in half the cases, children were not vaccinated because of parents' religious beliefs. Many were home schooled and so not subject to vaccination rules that apply to public schools. Fifteen patients were hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. Before the measles vaccination was available, millions of people got infected every year. Thousands were hospitalized and hundreds died. Health officials say they are working to educate parents about the safety of the vaccine and the lack of evidence of dangerous side effects. Patti Neighmond, NPR News.

 

Big jump in oil prices today, the near month contract for benchmark grade crude was up $5.62 a barrel to end the session at $121.18 a barrel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

Nativespeaker:roll or roar

Nativespeaker听友给我PM,提到一个问题,我放到这里,大家一起讨论。

 

“版主您好。前面有一个see,我觉的roll更恰当。从读音上判断roar更恰当。网上这两个用法都有。郁闷”

 

我的回答是:

see的宾语是tanks, roaring后面是修饰tank的,而不是see的宾语。

 

就像中文也会说:看见呼啸而过的坦克。

 

See the tanks roaring through countryside 我觉得就是这个意思,而不是说看见坦克呼啸......

 

看见的是“坦克”这个东西和“过”这个动作,而“过”这个动作在tanks roaring through里,是通过介词through表现出来的,英文里面很多介词具有动词的意义。

拙见拙见~~大家继续发表高见,呵呵

[ 本帖最后由 cxc-谈笑一生 于 2008-8-23 12:16 编辑 ]
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用ROAR好吧~ 读音看也是~而且今天的AP和CNN也是这样用的~这个词比较有杀伤力

 

If something, usually a vehicle, roars somewhere, it goes there very fast, making a loud noise. (WRITTEN)


The plane roared down the runway for takeoff.

She looked up as a plane roared overhead.
The street was full of boys roaring up and down on their motorbikes

 

(COLLINS COBUILD)

 

偶觉得在这里ROAR是不是已经跳出了“吼叫,咆哮” 这个意思呢

 

如果是这样~前面是SEE也没有什么影响了

這個世界最壞罪名
                            叫太易動情




基本分别不出来

不过他们读音是不同的哈,冀望下面的努力听

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从发音和句子来看,应该是ROLLING
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