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

[美国国家公共广播] 【整理】NPR 2008-09-29

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

on ghance

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

President Bush is praising the bipartisan financial rescue plan worked out in negotiations with the administration. He said he knows the vote on the measure will be difficult for lawmakers, but he's confident it will be approved. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes a number of provisions to keep Wall Street firms and their executives from profiting from the bailout. “We sent a message to Wall Street. The party is over. The air of golden parachutes for high flying Wall Street operators is over.”

 

The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bail out after five years from the financial community. GOP presidential nominee John McCain says he will swallow hard and support the financial rescue bill. NPR's Scott Coarsely reports.

 

John McCain says despite its high price tag the financial rescue plan worked out over the weekend meets his conditions for oversight and taxpayer protection. McCain told ABC it's important to get the plan off the negotiating table and passed quickly. “The real effectiveness is kind of to restore some confidence, and get some credit out there and get /the economic system moving again which is basically in gridlock today.” McCain dramatically left the campaign trail last week to join the negotiations in Washington, a move House Republicans applauded and some Democrats called counterproductive. McCain spent much of Saturday phoning Republicans urging them to support the rescue. Scott Coarsely, NPR News, Washington.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is also expressing support for the rescue plan at a rally in Detroit today. Obama called the financial mess an outrage coming as many Americans are facing tough times. “No where had there been more difficult than in Michigan, no where had there been more difficult than in Detroit, the auto industry knows something about our hard times. So I know it's been hard.” Obama told the crowd that if he wins Michigan he's convinced he’ll win the election.

 

Hurricane Kyle is plowing northward in the Atlantic and it's expected to make landfall in eastern Canada sometime tonight or early tomorrow. The storm will not directly hit Maine but tropical storm warnings are posted there. From Maine Public Radio, Tom Porter has more. “The approach of hurricane Kyle has led to emergency preparations on the stretch of coast noticed down east. Warnings from Penobscot Bay which is about half of the state to the Canadian border, in this rugged sparsely populated stretch of New England, lobstermen are moving their boats into sheltered coast out of harm's way wherever possible. Winds are expected to reach sixty miles per hour. The last time a hurricane watch was posted in Maine was a hurricane Bob paid a visit in 1991. For NPR News, this is Tom Porter in Brunswick Maine. Flood watches are in effect from New Hampshire to Maine as the hurricane brushes up the eastern seaboard.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Gasoline prices are down nearly four cents a gallon over the past two weeks self-service regular now averages is $3.66 a gallon nationwide. Industry analyst, Truby Lundberg. “Most cities are lower prices in the past two weeks. The biggest drop we found in our sample with Little Rock, Arkansas down 31 cents.” Lundberg expects prices at the pump could decline further over the next few weeks. Gas stations in parts of the southeast are still short on fuel that’s worried drivers keep tapping off their tanks. One of the city's most affected is Atlanta from Georgia Public Broadcasting, * reports. “Driving around / Atlanta you see gas station after gas station with blank signs and when there is gas long lines will tell. Eric Rockliff tried to beat the system to fill up his Ford expedition.”  “I set my alarm for 2:45 am, and jumped into my car looking for gas.” Through networking in texting with friends he knew that QT stations were likely to have gas. “The one closest to my house even at 3 am, had cars lined up in the street in both directions.” Rock with knowing of another QT down the street and got lucky no lines. This hit and miss situation officials say is caused by a shortage of supply from Gulf refineries still reeling from hurricane shutdowns. For NPR News, I am Susan * in Atlanta.

 

Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new Constitution for the country. The Constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's Leftist President Raphael Correa. He’ll also be allowed to run for two more consecutive terms in office. Correa called the vote a historic victory. Critics say the new constitution gives the president too much authority.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。

on ghance

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush is praising the bipartisan financial rescue plan worked out in negotiations with the administration. He said he knows the vote on the measure will be difficult for lawmakers, but he's confident it will be approved. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes a number of provisions to keep Wall Street firms and their executives from profiting from the bailout. "We sent a message to Wall Street. The party is over. The era of golden parachutes for high flying Wall Street operators is over." The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after five years from the financial community.

 


GOP presidential nominee John McCain says he will swallow hard and support the financial rescue bill. NPR's Scott Coarsely reports.

 

John McCain says despite its high price tag, the financial rescue plan worked out over the weekend meets his conditions for oversight and taxpayer protection. McCain told ABC it's important to get the plan off the negotiating table and passed quickly. "The real effectiveness is gonna restore some confidence and get some credit out there and get the economic system moving again which is basically in gridlock today." McCain dramatically left the campaign trail last week to join the negotiations in Washington, a move House Republicans applauded and some Democrats called counter-productive. McCain spent much of Saturday phoning Republicans urging them to support the rescue. Scott Coarsely, NPR News, Washington.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is also expressing support for the rescue plan. At a rally in Detroit today, Obama called the financial mess an outrage coming as many Americans are facing tough times. "Nowhere had there been more difficult than in Michigan, nowhere had there been more difficult than in Detroit. The auto industry knows something about our hard times. So I know it's been hard." Obama told the crowd that if he wins Michigan, he's convinced he'll win the election.

 

Hurricane Kyle is plowing northward in the Atlantic and it's expected to make landfall in eastern Canada sometime tonight or early tomorrow. The storm will not directly hit Maine but tropical storm warnings are posted there. From Maine Public Radio, Tom Porter has more.


The approach of Hurricane Kyle has led to emergency preparations on the stretch of coast known as Down East running from Penobscot Bay which is about halfway of the state to the Canadian border. In this rugged sparsely populated stretch of New England, lobstermen are moving their boats into sheltered coast out of harm's way wherever possible. Winds are expected to reach 60 miles per hour. The last time a hurricane watch was posted in Maine was when hurricane Bob paid a visit in 1991. For NPR News, this is Tom Porter in Brunswick Maine.

 

Flood watches are in effect from New Hampshire to Maine as the hurricane brushes up the eastern seaboard.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Gasoline prices are down nearly four cents a gallon over the past two weeks. Self-service regular now averages \ $3.66 a gallon nationwide. Industry analyst, Truby Lundberg. "Most cities saw lower prices in the past two weeks. The biggest drop we found in our sample with Little Rock, Arkansas down 31 cents." Lundberg expects prices at the pump to decline further over the next few weeks.

 

Gas stations in parts of the southeast are still short on fuel as worried drivers keep topping off their tanks. One of the cities most affected is Atlanta. From Georgia Public Broadcasting, Susanna Capelouto reports.

 

Driving around Atlanta, you see gas station after gas station with blank signs and when there is gas, long lines will tell. Eric Rockliff tried to beat the system to fill up his Ford Expedition. "I set my alarm for 2:45 am, and jumped into my car looking for gas." Through networking and texting with friends, he knew that QT stations were likely to have gas. "The one closest to my house, even at 3 am, had cars lined up in the street in both directions." Rockliff knew of another QT down the street and got lucky no lines. This hit-and-miss situation officials say is caused by a shortage of supply from Gulf refineries still reeling from hurricane shutdowns. For NPR News, I am Susanna Capelouto in Atlanta.

 

Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new constitution for the country, a constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's leftist President Raphael Correa. He'll also be allowed to run for two more consecutive terms in office. Correa called the vote a historic victory. Critics say the new constitution gives the president too much authority.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节

on 翩然

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush is praising the bipartisan financial rescue plan worked out in negotiations with the administration. He said he knows the vote on the measure will be difficult for lawmakers, but he's confident it will be approved. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes a number of provisions to keep Wall Street firms and their executives from profiting from the bailout. "We sent a message to Wall Street. The party is over. The era of golden parachutes for high flying Wall Street operators is over." The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after five years from the financial community.

 


GOP presidential nominee John McCain says he will swallow hard and support the financial rescue bill. NPR's Scott Coarsely reports.

 

John McCain says despite its high price tag, the financial rescue plan worked out over the weekend meets his conditions for oversight and taxpayer protection. McCain told ABC it's important to get the plan off the negotiating table and passed quickly. "The real effectiveness is gonna restore some confidence and get some credit out there and get the economic system moving again which is basically in gridlock today." McCain dramatically left the campaign trail last week to join the negotiations in Washington, a move House Republicans applauded and some Democrats called counter-productive. McCain spent much of Saturday phoning Republicans urging them to support the rescue. Scott Coarsely, NPR News, Washington.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is also expressing support for the rescue plan. At a rally in Detroit today, Obama called the financial mess an outrage coming as many Americans are facing tough times. "Nowhere had there been more difficult than in Michigan, nowhere had there been more difficult than in Detroit. The auto industry knows something about our hard times. So I know it's been hard." Obama told the crowd that if he wins Michigan, he's convinced he'll win the election.

 

Hurricane Kyle is plowing northward in the Atlantic and is expected to make landfall in eastern Canada sometime tonight or early tomorrow. The storm will not directly hit Maine but tropical storm warnings are posted there. From Maine Public Radio, Tom Porter has more.


The approach of Hurricane Kyle has led to emergency preparations on the stretch of coast known as Down East running from Penobscot Bay which is about halfway of the state to the Canadian border. In this rugged sparsely populated stretch of New England, lobstermen are moving their boats into sheltered coast out of harm's way wherever possible. Winds are expected to reach 60 miles per hour. The last time a hurricane watch was posted in Maine was when hurricane Bob paid a visit in 1991. For NPR News, this is Tom Porter in Brunswick Maine.

 

Flood watches are in effect from New Hampshire to Maine as the hurricane brushes up the eastern seaboard.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Gasoline prices are down nearly four cents a gallon over the past two weeks. Self-service regular now averages $3.66 a gallon nationwide. Industry analyst, Truby Lundberg. "Most cities saw lower prices in the past two weeks. The biggest drop we found in our sample with Little Rock, Arkansas down 31 cents." Lundberg expects prices at the pump to decline further over the next few weeks.

 

Gas stations in parts of the southeast are still short on fuel as worried drivers keep topping off their tanks. One of the cities most affected is Atlanta. From Georgia Public Broadcasting, Susanna Capelouto reports.

 

Driving around Atlanta, you see gas station after gas station with blank signs and when there is gas, long lines will tell. Eric Rockliff tried to beat the system to fill up his Ford Expedition. "I set my alarm for 2:45 am, and jumped into my car looking for gas." Through networking and texting with friends, he knew that QT stations were likely to have gas. "The one closest to my house, even at 3 am, had cars lined up in the street in both directions." Rockliff knew of another QT down the street and got lucky no lines. This hit-and-miss situation officials say is caused by a shortage of supply from Gulf refineries still reeling from hurricane shutdowns. For NPR News, I am Susanna Capelouto in Atlanta.

 

Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new constitution for the country, a constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's leftist President Raphael Correa. He'll also be allowed to run for two more consecutive terms in office. Correa called the vote a historic victory. Critics say the new constitution gives the president too much authority.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

1

评分次数

实现无障碍英语沟通

on jjmm

改不出什么了....

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush is praising the bipartisan financial rescue plan worked out in negotiations with the administration. He said he knows the vote on the measure will be difficult for lawmakers, but he's confident it will be approved. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes a number of provisions to keep Wall Street firms and their executives from profiting from the bailout. "We sent a message to Wall Street. The party is over. The era of golden parachutes for high-flying Wall Street operators is over." The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after five years from the financial community.

 


GOP presidential nominee John McCain says he will swallow hard and support the financial rescue bill. NPR's Scott Coarsely reports.

 

John McCain says despite its high price tag, the financial rescue plan worked out over the weekend meets his conditions for oversight and taxpayer protection. McCain told ABC it's important to get the plan off the negotiating table and passed quickly. "The real effectiveness is gonna restore some confidence and get some credit out there and get the economic system moving again which is basically in gridlock today." McCain dramatically left the campaign trail last week to join the negotiations in Washington, a move House Republicans applauded and some Democrats called counter-productive. McCain spent much of Saturday phoning Republicans urging them to support the rescue. Scott Coarsely, NPR News, Washington.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is also expressing support for the rescue plan. At a rally in Detroit today, Obama called the financial mess an outrage coming as many Americans are facing tough times. "Nowhere had there been more difficult than in Michigan, nowhere had there been more difficult than in Detroit. The auto-industry knows something about our hard times. So I know it's been hard." Obama told the crowd that if he wins Michigan, he's convinced he'll win the election.

 

Hurricane Kyle is plowing northward in the Atlantic and is expected to make landfall in eastern Canada sometime tonight or early tomorrow. The storm will not directly hit Maine but tropical storm warnings are posted there. From Maine Public Radio, Tom Porter has more.


The approach of Hurricane Kyle has led to emergency preparations on the stretch of coast known as Down East running from Penobscot Bay which is about halfway of the state to the Canadian border. In this rugged sparsely populated stretch of New England, lobstermen are moving their boats into sheltered coast out of harm's way wherever possible. Winds are expected to reach 60 miles per hour. The last time a hurricane watch was posted in Maine was when Hurricane Bob paid a visit in 1991. For NPR News, this is Tom Porter in Brunswick Maine.

 

Flood watches are in effect from New Hampshire to Maine as the hurricane brushes up the eastern seaboard.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Gasoline prices are down nearly four cents a gallon over the past two weeks. Self-service regular now averages $3.66 a gallon nationwide. Industry analyst, Truby Lundberg. "Most cities saw lower prices in the past two weeks. The biggest drop we found in our sample with Little Rock, Arkansas down 31 cents." Lundberg expects prices at the pump to decline further over the next few weeks.

 

Gas stations in parts of the southeast are still short on fuel as worried drivers keep topping off their tanks. One of the cities most affected is Atlanta. From Georgia Public Broadcasting, Susanna Capelouto reports.

 

Driving around Atlanta, you see gas station after gas station with blank signs and when there is gas, long lines will tell. Eric Rockliff tried to beat the system to fill up his Ford Expedition. "I set my alarm for 2:45 am, and jumped into my car looking for gas." Through networking and texting with friends, he knew that QT stations were likely to have gas. "The one closest to my house, even at 3 am, had cars lined up in the street in both directions." Rockliff knew of another QT down the street and got lucky no lines. This hit-and-miss situation officials say is caused by a shortage of supply from Gulf refineries still reeling from hurricane shutdowns. For NPR News, I am Susanna Capelouto in Atlanta.

 

Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new constitution for the country, a constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's leftist President Raphael Correa. He'll also be allowed to run for two more consecutive terms in office. Correa called the vote a historic victory. Critics say the new constitution gives the president too much authority.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington

In the mountains of truth ,you can never climb in vain.
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
翩然哥那记者的名字是怎么查到的啊? 我查了很久都没有查到唉。。。:(
我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。

homework

真的是草草的稿子

From NPR News in Washington, I’m Craig Windham.

 

President Bush is praising bipartisan financial rescue plan worked out in negotiations with the administration/. He said he knows the vote of the nation will be difficult for all lawmakers, but he’s confident it will be approved. House speaker // says the bill includes a number of provisions to keep Wall Street firms and executives from profiting from the bailout.

 

We sent message to Wall Street, the party is over. The air of golden parie shoots were high flying Wall Street operators is over.

 

From New York time reports, one of the last changes included in the bill will allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after 5 years from the financial community. GOP presidential nominee John McCain says he will swallow hard and support the financial rescue bill. NPR’s // reports.

 

John McCain says despite his high price take, the financial rescue plan worked out with the weekend meet his conditions for over side and taxpayer protection. McCain told ABC it’s important to get the plan offer the negotiation table and pass quickly.

 

‘The real fact is this, this kind of restore some confidence, and gets some credit out there, and get the economic system moving again which is basically in great lock today. ’   

 

McCain dramatically left the campaign trail last week to join the negotiation in Washington, a move house republican’s explored and some democrats called corner productive. McCain’s been lot of Saturday phoning republicans urging them to support the rescue. // NPR News, Washington.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is also expressing support for the rescue plan. And a rally in Detroit today, Obama called the financial mass an outrage coming as many Americans are facing tough times.

 

‘No where has been more difficult as a mission; no where has been more difficult as Detroit. The outline history knows something about our hard times. So I know it’s been hard ’ 

 

Obama told the crowd if he wins in Michigan, he’s convinced to win the election.

 

Hurricane Kyle is plauhing northward in Atlanta, Atlantic is expected to make landfall in Eastern Canada some time tonight or early tomorrow. The storm will not directly hit main the tropical storm warnings are posted there. From main public radio Tom Porter has more.

 

In approach of hurricane Kyle has led to emergency preparations on the stretch of coast known as Dan east. But in pronosco Bay which is about half the state to the Canadian border. In this rugets sponsely populated stretch of New England, locked man a moving / boats into sheltered coast at harms way wherever possible. Winds are expected to reach 60 miles per hour. The last time hurricane watchers posted main was hurricane Bob paid visit in 1991. From NPR news, this is Tom Border in Bransman.

 

Flood watchers are in fact from New Hamshire, two men as the hurricane brushes up the eastern seaboard. This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Gasoline prices are done nearly four cents a gallon over the past two weeks. Self-services regular now average 3.66 dollars a gallon nationwide//

 

Most cities’ lower prices over the past two weeks. The biggest job found sample with little org are down 31 cents.

 

/ expects prices of the pomp declines further over the next a few weeks.

 

Gas stations in parts of the southeast are still short on fuel. That’s worry drivers keep tapping off the tanks. One of the cities’ most affected is Atlanta. From George public broadcasting Susan// reports.

 

Driving long the Atlanta, you see gas station after gas station with blank signs, and when there is gas, long lines will tell. // strive to beat the system to fill up his four expedition.

 

I set my lung for 2:45am, and jumped to my car looking for gas.

 

Through net working in texting with friends he knew that QT stations were likely to have gas. 

 

The one closet to my house even at 3am, had cars lined up in the street, and both directions.

 

Roughly, have another QT down the street and got lucky, no lines. This hit main situation official say it’s caused by a shortage of supply from Golf finery, still relling from hurricane shutdowns.  From NPR News, I’m.. in Atlanta.

 

Bolders in equaders had approved by a two-door margin a new constitution for the country. The constitution that were significantly expand the powers of the country’s left president //. It also be allowed to run for two more consecutive terms in office. Korea called the vote and the historical victory. Critics say new constitution gives the president too much authority.

 

I’m Cragn W, NPR News in Washington.  

Be self-confident!
Be optimistic!
Be flexible!

不能算是修改吧。。。最后一段那里。。。ms 有 a 。。。不能确定。。。

 

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush is praising the bipartisan financial rescue plan worked out in negotiations with the administration. He said he knows the vote on the measure will be difficult for lawmakers, but he's confident it will be approved. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the bill includes a number of provisions to keep Wall Street firms and their executives from profiting from the bailout. "We sent a message to Wall Street. The party is over. The era of golden parachutes for high-flying Wall Street operators is over." The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after five years from the financial community.

 


GOP presidential nominee John McCain says he will swallow hard and support the financial rescue bill. NPR's Scott Coarsely reports.

 

John McCain says despite its high price tag, the financial rescue plan worked out over the weekend meets his conditions for oversight and taxpayer protection. McCain told ABC it's important to get the plan off the negotiating table and passed quickly. "The real effectiveness is gonna restore some confidence and get some credit out there and get the economic system moving again which is basically in gridlock today." McCain dramatically left the campaign trail last week to join the negotiations in Washington, a move House Republicans applauded and some Democrats called counter-productive. McCain spent much of Saturday phoning Republicans urging them to support the rescue. Scott Coarsely, NPR News, Washington.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is also expressing support for the rescue plan. At a rally in Detroit today, Obama called the financial mess an outrage coming as many Americans are facing tough times. "Nowhere had there been more difficult than in Michigan, nowhere had there been more difficult than in Detroit. The auto-industry knows something about our hard times. So I know it's been hard." Obama told the crowd that if he wins Michigan, he's convinced he'll win the election.

 

Hurricane Kyle is plowing northward in the Atlantic and is expected to make landfall in eastern Canada sometime tonight or early tomorrow. The storm will not directly hit Maine but tropical storm warnings are posted there. From Maine Public Radio, Tom Porter has more.


The approach of Hurricane Kyle has led to emergency preparations on the stretch of coast known as Down East running from Penobscot Bay which is about halfway of the state to the Canadian border. In this rugged sparsely populated stretch of New England, lobstermen are moving their boats into sheltered coast out of harm's way wherever possible. Winds are expected to reach 60 miles per hour. The last time a hurricane watch was posted in Maine was when Hurricane Bob paid a visit in 1991. For NPR News, this is Tom Porter in Brunswick Maine.

 

Flood watches are in effect from New Hampshire to Maine as the hurricane brushes up the eastern seaboard.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Gasoline prices are down nearly four cents a gallon over the past two weeks. Self-service regular now averages $3.66 a gallon nationwide. Industry analyst, Truby Lundberg. "Most cities saw lower prices in the past two weeks. The biggest drop we found in our sample with Little Rock, Arkansas down 31 cents." Lundberg expects prices at the pump to decline further over the next few weeks.

 

Gas stations in parts of the southeast are still short on fuel as worried drivers keep topping off their tanks. One of the cities most affected is Atlanta. From Georgia Public Broadcasting, Susanna Capelouto reports.

 

Driving around Atlanta, you see gas station after gas station with blank signs and when there is gas, long lines will tell. Eric Rockliff tried to beat the system to fill up his Ford Expedition. "I set my alarm for 2:45 am, and jumped into my car looking for gas." Through networking and texting with friends, he knew that QT stations were likely to have gas. "The one closest to my house, even at 3 am, had cars lined up in the street in both directions." Rockliff knew of another QT down the street and got lucky no lines. This hit-and-miss situation officials say is caused by a shortage of supply from Gulf refineries still reeling from hurricane shutdowns. For NPR News, I am Susanna Capelouto in Atlanta.

 

Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new constitution for the country, a constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's leftist President Raphael Correa. He'll also be allowed to run for a two more consecutive terms in office. Correa called the vote a historic victory. Critics say the new constitution gives the president too much authority.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington

 

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。
实现无障碍英语沟通
  Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new constitution for the country, a constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's leftist President Raphael Correa. He'll also be allowed to run for a two more consecutive terms in office. Correa called the vote a historic victory. Critics say the new constitution gives the president too much authority.
普特听力大课堂

请教两个问题:

1,The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after five years from the financial community.

允许政府5年后赔偿任何由拯救计划引起的损失,这里RECOUP解释为赔偿吗?政府如何赔偿?再申请一个7000亿来赔偿?

2,so I know it has been hard.中的so I know, 大家是怎么听出来的?不知道有没有人第一次就听得出来?

好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语

原帖由 Jzh59760018 于 2008-9-30 02:30 发表   Voters in Ecuador have approved by a two to one margin a new constitution for the country, a constitution that will significantly expand the powers of the country's leftist President Raphael Co ...

 

 

我现在确定了,那个是没有a 的,美国英语儿化音比较重,所以听起来似乎是有的。。。多听就好了。。。还要经验判断,加谷歌验证。。呵呵。。。

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。

原帖由 ghance 于 2008-9-29 21:38 发表 翩然哥那记者的名字是怎么查到的啊?我查了很久都没有查到唉。。。:(

Susan中的a不发音,而这个人的名字读的是,所以不是Susan,然后根据读音并结合一些在线词典的纠错功能找到了Susanna这个词,最后用google以Georgia Public Broadcasting Susanna为关键词搜一下就能找到那个人的名字了^_^

 

原帖由 大风 于 2008-9-30 14:40 发表 请教两个问题: 1,The New York Times reports one of the last changes included in the bill would allow the government to recoup any losses incurred from the bailout after five years from the financial ...

第一个我也不知道,金融方面的不大清楚

第二个so I know肯定有人能听出来

原帖由 翩然花逝 于 2008-10-6 17:40 发表 Susan中的a不发音,而这个人的名字读的是,所以不是Susan,然后根据读音并结合一些在线词典的纠错功能找到了Susanna这个词,最后用google以Georgia Public Broadcasting Susanna为关键词搜一下就能找到那个人的名字 ...

 

 

呵呵,真厉害...那些细微差别... 我一般就是听不出来的...

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。
返回列表