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本帖最后由 dorisever 于 2009-5-18 21:14 编辑

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London’s Thames River is one of the world’s most famous urban rivers.

 



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整理(for reference only)-by Doris

 

The River Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and on to the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench from the River Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It's simply too expensive to replace it, and it's still causing big problems.

"And that's Western Pumping Station. It's part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we have this problem again with overflowing sewage, and that pumping station can discharge up to about 50 thousand tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and urban run-off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of these vessels. This is the Vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason a system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy, active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet one which is still renowned as being a haven for wildlife."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.

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The river Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and onto the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a nog's legacy.

In 1858, the British house's apartment were evacuated when the station of the river Thames has become unbearable. Untreated Suez has been leaking straight into the Thames. Betroling engineer Josoph remedy the situation by designing an extensive network of Suez. However century later, the growing population has stretched to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today, it is simply too expensive to replace it ,and it is still causing big problems.

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When the system is overflooded by rainfall, we have the problem again, the overflowing Suez. Now that's the topic situation according to our judge, about 52 thousands tons now when untreating Suez running off.

The Suez causes oxygen depolish in the river killing fish and other marine life. Into one of this vessels, this is the vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minitues. The irony is that the only reason the system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 5o years ago. Fish have returned. It is one of the most important fish nuseary in Briton with around 120 species.  

The Thames is fantastic I think. It is a flood defence, a micnisum and drinks, hobbies,and supply defence systems to serve as London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is what we appreciate to enjoy by all types of people. Yeah, one , which is still we known is being a hidden for wild life.

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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本帖最后由 Searching2008 于 2009-5-14 10:45 编辑

The river Thames runs over 200 miles through the Britishcountryside and onto the city of London. Each day, thousands ofvisitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as littleas 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's mostpolluted rivers with a noxious legacy.  

In 1858, the British Houses Parliament  were evacuated when the station of the river Thames has become unbearable. Untreated sewage have been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Josoph remedy the situation by designing an extensive networkof sewage. However century later, the growing population has stretched tothe limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today, it issimply too expensive to replace it ,and it is still causing bigproblems.

Now what's the pumping station? It's called the original Victorian sewage system for London.
When the system is overload by rainfall, we had this problem again, with overflowing sewage. And that pumping station can discharge, half about 52 thousands tons an hour that make sure untreated sewage running off.

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river killingfish and other marine life. Enter one of this vessels, this is thevitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water ina day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygentakes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason the systemlike this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleanerthan it was even 5o years ago. Fish have returned. It is one of the most important fish nursery in Briton with around 120 species.  

The Thames is fantastic I think. It is a flood defense, a micnisumand drinks, hobbies,and it supplys defence 2/3 of London'sdrinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which iswhat we appreciate to enjoy by all types of people. Yeah, one , whichis still renowned as being a heaven for wild life.

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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On  XXX
The river Thames runs over 200 miles through the British
countryside and onto the city of London. Each day, thousands of
visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little
as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most
polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.  

In 1858, the British Houses Parliament  were evacuated when the station of
the river Thames has become unbearable. Untreated sewage have been leaking straight into the Thames.Victorian
engineer Josoph remedy the situation by designing an extensive network
of
sewage. However century later, the growing population has stretched to
the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today, it is
simply too expensive to replace it ,and it is still causing big
problems.

Now what's the pumping station? It's called the original Victorian sewage system
for London.
When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we had thisproblem again, with overflowing sewage.And that pumping station can
discharge, up to about 52 thousands tons an hour
that make sure untreated
sewage
running off.

The
sewage
causes oxygen depletion in the river
killing
fish and other marine life. Enter
one of this vessels, this is the
vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water
in
a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen
takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason the system
like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner
than it was even 5o years ago.Fish have returned. It is one of the most important fish nursery in Briton with around 120 species.  

The Thames is fantastic I think. It is a flood defense, a micnisum
and drinks, hobbies,and it supplys defence 2/3 of
London's
drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is
what we appreciate to enjoy by all types of people. Yeah, one , which
is still renowned as being
a heaven for wild life.

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story.But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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本帖最后由 一叶星空 于 2009-5-14 12:55 编辑

The river Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and onto the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.  

In 1858, the British Houses Parliament were evacuated when the
stains from the river Thames has become unbearable. Untreated sewage have been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Josoph remedy the situation by designing an extensive network of sewage. However century later, the growing population has stretched to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today, it is simply too expensive to replace it, and it is still causing big problems.

That’s Western Pumping Station. It's called the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overload by rainfall, we had this problem again, with overflowing sewage. And that pumping station can discharge, half about 52 thousands tons an hour that make sure untreated sewage running off.

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of this vessels, this is the vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason the system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 5o years ago. Fish have returned. It is one of the most important fish
nurseries in Briton with around 120 species.  

The Thames is fantastic access. It is a flood defense, a
mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people. Yeah, one , which is still renowned as being a haven for wild life.

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.

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本帖最后由 hudu464 于 2009-5-14 13:35 编辑

The river Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and onto the city of London. Each day, thousands of vistors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as forty years ago, this body of water had become one of the Europe's most polluted river with a noxious legacy. In 1858, the British House of Parliament were evacuted when the stench of the river Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight to the Thames. Victorian Engineer Josoph remedy the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population had stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still being used today. It's simply too expensive to replace it and it still causing big problems.
The sewage caused oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Into one of these vessels, this is the vitality and it can pump up to thirty tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process has been injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason the system like this is neccessay is because the Times now is so much cleaner than it was even fifty years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nursery in Britain with around 120 species.
The Times is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense mechanism, green the whole base, it's supplys for instance two thirds of London 's drinking water. i really like it to be a busy, active river which is appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people. Yet one which is still reknowned is being a heaven for wild life. The regeneration of this river is a wonderful successful story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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The river Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and onto the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.  

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench in river Thames has become unbearable. Untreated sewage have been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However a century later, the growing population has stretched to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today, it is simply too expensive to replace it, and it is still causing big problems.

"That’s Western Pumping Station. It's called the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we had this problem again, with overflowing sewers. And that pumping station can discharge up to about 52 thousands tons an hour that make sure untreated sewage XX running off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of this vessels, this is the vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason the system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It is one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.  

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It is a flood defense, mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people. Yeah, one , which is still renowned as being a haven for wild life."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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on phantom932

The River Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and on to the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench from the River Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It's simply too expensive to replace it, and it's still causing big problems.

"That\ Western Pumping Station is part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we have this problem again with overflowing sewage, and that pumping station can discharge up to about 50 thousand\ tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and urban run-off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of these vessels. This is the Vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason a system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense\ mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet one which is still renowned as being a haven for wild life."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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The River Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and on to the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench from the River Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched(我听了多遍,这里应该还是没有it哟.) to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It's simply too expensive to replace it, and it's still causing big problems.

"That\ Western Pumping Station is part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we have this problem again with overflowing sewage, and that pumping station can discharge up to about 50 thousand\ tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and urban run-off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Into one of these vessels, this is the Vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason a system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense\ mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet one which is still renowned as being a haven for wild life."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
I shall not fear.
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on fgee1988

The River Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and on to the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench from the River Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It's simply too expensive to replace it, and it's still causing big problems.

"That\ Western Pumping Station is part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we have this problem again with overflowing sewage, and that pumping station can discharge up to about 50 thousand\ tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and urban run-off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of these vessels, this is the Vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason a system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense\ mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet one which is still renowned as being a haven for wild life."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.


#fgee1988: stretch 加ed,尾音变成/t/再 加后面的 it就是她的发音了。
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9# fgee1988
这句话不用听就知道那里有个it。。看语义
而且我认为那里发音很清楚,如果听不出来的话,可能是你自己stretched读音有问题。
关于动词加-ed的读音,我抄一段:
在清辅音后读[t]:worked, finished, helped, fetched ...
在元音和浊辅音后读[d]:followed, stayed, called, entered ...
在辅音t, d后读[id]:wanted, rested, needed ...
所以,如果是stretched to,因为连读的关系,听起来应该像stretch to,中间如果出现元音,那就是it
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The river Thames runs over 200 miles from the British countryside and onto the city of London. Each day thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of river has become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with notorious legacy. In 1858, the British house parliament were evacuate it when the extension of river has become unbearable. Untreated sewage has been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It’s simply too expensive to replace it and it’s still causing big problems.

The western pumping station is part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded with rainfall. We have that problem again with overflowing severs. And that pump station can discharge up to 15,000 tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and run-off.

The sever causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life.

Into these vessels, this is the vitality and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day.

The whole process of being injecting river water with pure oxygen, takes only a few minutes.

The irony is that the only reason the system like this is necessary, is because the Thames is now much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It’s one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

The Thames is fantastic assets, it’s a flood defense mechanism, and drains the whole basin. It supplies for instance 2/3 of London’s drinking water. I really like it to be a busy active river which is appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet, one which is still renowned as being a heaven of wide life.

The re-generation of this river is one wonderful story, but it would be a constant battle to keep that way.
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on sophiaxd

The River Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and on to the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench from the River Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It's simply too expensive to replace it, and it's still causing big problems.

"And that's\ Western Pumping Station. It's part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we have this problem again with overflowing sewage, and that pumping station can discharge up to about 50 thousand\ tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and urban run-off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of these vessels, this is the Vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason a system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense\ mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy, active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet one which is still renowned as being a haven for wildlife."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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The River Thames runs over 200 miles through the British countryside and on to the city of London. Each day, thousands of visitors enjoy the pleasures of just being on the river. But as little as 40 years ago, this body of water had become one of Europe's most polluted rivers with a noxious legacy.

In 1858, the British Houses of Parliament were evacuated when the stench from the River Thames had become unbearable. Untreated sewage had been leaking straight into the Thames. Victorian engineer Joseph Bazalgette remedied the situation by designing an extensive network of sewers. However, a century later, the growing population has stretched it to the limit. The majority of the old system is still in use today. It's simply too expensive to replace it, and it's still causing big problems.

"And that's Western Pumping Station. It's part of the original Victorian sewage system for London. When the system is overloaded by rainfall, we have this problem again with overflowing sewage, and that pumping station can discharge up to about 50 thousand tons an hour with mixture of untreated sewage and urban run-off."

The sewage causes oxygen depletion in the river, killing fish and other marine life. Enter one of these vessels, this is the Vitality, and it can pump up to 30 tons of oxygen into the water in a day. The whole process of injecting river water with pure oxygen takes only a few minutes. The irony is that the only reason a system like this is necessary is because the Thames is now so much cleaner than it was even 50 years ago. Fish have returned. It's one of the most important fish nurseries in Britain with around 120 species.

"The Thames is fantastic asset. It's a flood defense  mechanism and drains the whole basin. It supplies, for instance, 2/3 of London's drinking water. I really like it to be a busy, active river which is sort of appreciated and enjoyed by all types of people, yet one which is still renowned as being a haven for wildlife."

The regeneration of this river is a wonderful success story. But it will be a constant battle to keep it that way.
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