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原帖由 brightu 于 2008-10-22 01:28 发表 to jjmm:Longman说:evidence在任何情况下都不可数哦也听不出来有in那个multi-million-dollar你改之后,后面的论坛元老没接着你的改,所以没注意到。嘿嘿

 

brightu连longman这么清楚的解释都搬出来,以后这个词打死我也不会看成可数了。

 

可是那个found 跟new之间的音我还是怎么听都在那里。

native跟brightu都说听不到,只有我一对耳朵听到,咋办呢~~~

 

希望还有更多耳朵来听听啦~~~

原帖由 jjmm 于 2008-10-22 09:50 发表   brightu连longman这么清楚的解释都搬出来,以后这个词打死我也不会看成可数了。   可是那个found 跟new之间的音我还是怎么听都在那里。 native跟brightu都说听不到,只有我一对耳朵听到, ...

有一次我也遇到了这样的问题,也是听写bbc的时候,别人听都没有这个发音,我怎么听也有。后来重新下载了一个音频,问题一下子解决。jjmm斑斑也试试吧。
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The chairman and two senior executives of one of French leading banks – Caisse d' Epargne, have resigned over a multimillion dollar lose connected with the globle financial crisis. The chairman Charles Milhaud said the lose of some eight hundred million dollars occurred earlier this month as share markets crashed around the world. Duncan Bartlett has more.

 

The news that the French bank Caisse d' Epargne has lost millions of dollars in the trading scandle could not have come at a worse time for the country’s reputation. The French government had already told its banks not to be reckless with their customers’ money. But it seems that traders ignored the warnings and bet the huge sum of money in the hope that the stock market would rise, just before the global financial crisis sent share prices tumbling. The bank which is mutually owned, looks after the savings of millions of ordinary French people, and is supported by the government.

 

The Dutch government says it’s injecting 13 billion dollars into the country’s largest bank----ING, to shore up its finances. The move comes just after ING take over the assets of failed Icelandic bank Kaupthing, Joe Leyne reports:

 

Ten days ago, ING, the Netherlands’ largest bank to take over the assets of the failed Icelandic bank Kaupthing including 4 billion dollars in savings held in Britain. In their statement at that time, ING said it was doing so from a position of strength with assets in excess of 1.8 trillion dollars and 85 million customers worldwide. Now the bank is accepting a bail-out from the Dutch government of 13 billion dollars to shore up its accounts in what was described as a dramatically changing environment.

 

The former US Secretary of State Colin Powell has endorsed the Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, calling him a transformational figure. Mr. Powell, who served in President Bush’s first Repblican administration, said both John McCain and Barack Obama were qualified to lead the country. But he believed Mr. Obama was better equipped to handle the current economic crisis. Mr. Obama said he was honored to have Colin Powell’s support. From Washington, here is Justin Webb.

 

This is an important moment in the campaign. Colin Powell does not bring a state and he probably doesn’t bring any additional supporters. But what he does do solidify Baraka Obama’s appeal with the middle of the road voters who worry about whether or not he has sufficient experience for the job. One interesting sideline to Colin Powell’s emdorseemt. He said one of the reason he decided to make his choice was several Sarah Palin’s presence on the Republicon tickets. He said she was a very distinguished woman, and she was to be admired and he believed she was ready to be president of the United States.

 

Meanwhile, aids to Barack Obama said his election campaign raised a record one hundred and fifty million dollars from supporters since September, giving him far more resources than John Macain. Mr. Obama.’s decision earlier this year not to receive a federal funding allows him to raise funds privately.

 

You’re listening to World News from the BBC.

 

Senior members of the Iraqi government have been reviewing the terms of the planned new security agreement with the United States. The review comes after the main Shiite Muslim grouping in the Iraqi coalition government said it wanted to make changes to the draft of agreement, which calls for the complete withdrawal of American troops from Iraq by 2011. The plan is strongly opposed by the Shiite faction led by the militant cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who brought thousands of supporters onto the streets of Baghdad on Saturday.

 

Greek police are investigating reports that officers forced a man they were searching to strip off his trousers and underpants in the middle of a busy Athens neighborhood popular with immigrants. Reports said the man appealed to be of Asian or Middle-Eastern in the appearance. A newspaper published photographs of the incident as our correspondent Malcolm Brabant. reports from Athens.

 

According to the Ethnos newspaper, the man who appeared to be of Asian or Middle-Eastern extraction is ordered to drop his trousers and underwear in the middle of the street in broad daylight.

 

The newspaper’s headline reads Guantanamo Images in the Center of Athens. The picture was taken from the officers of a leftwing organization which campaigns on behalf of immigrants’ rights. Its spokesman Petros Constantinou describe of the incident as a case of extreme racism.

 

Scientists studying Alzheimer’s disease say they found new evidence for the omega-6 fatty acid found in eggs, nuts and vegetable oil could damage the memory function of the brain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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