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BBC News with Neil Nunes.

 

…………(下面的童鞋不用再听写第一段新闻了~~)

 

The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month's presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Leyne reports now from Teheran.

This was a remarkable
, unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponents of spreading lies about his government. Mr. Mousivi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy, which he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr. Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr. Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr. Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as /a/ university professor.

The British Prime Minister
Gordon Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr. Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right
team to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him, get down to the Palace, ask for dissolution, call that election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond are intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 and not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS General Assembly in Honduras hailed the decision as the historic end to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French
airliner that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil slick at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of
fiction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judges as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.

 

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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month's presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Leyne reports now from Teheran.

This was a remarkable, unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponents of spreading lies about his government. Mr. Mousivi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy, which he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr. Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr. Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr. Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as university professor.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr. Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right team to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him: get down to the Palace, ask for a dissolution, call an election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond are intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 and not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS General Assembly in Honduras hailed the decision as the historic end to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airliner that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian defense minister said a large oil slick at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of fiction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judges as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.
whatever happens, happens for a reason
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1.若想完善你的听力能力,建议多听听情景对话,如美剧等,毕竟新闻用语还是很官方的,日常生活中的你也不会整天挂着中文新闻里的用语的
2.鄙人认为听懂这里80%以上完全具备高级口译能力,因为高级口译对翻译要求不是很高,要求准确而不是精确或是语言华丽等,所以没必要刻意要求与版主们有相当的速记听写能力,毕竟这种能力日常工作甚少用到。
3.若要练习也不难,非想要从事口译工作的可以去学下英语速记或者自己创造一套英语速记方法常用如缩写法(example=exp.等)或者图记法如because=∵等会有帮助。这条道路就不是每天一小时练习所能达到的,练习是王道,除了练还是练,像这样把一段5分钟的BBC新闻想听一两遍就记下来,没个一两年苦功夫花下去是搞不定地,哎,我是没这个机会了年轻有冲劲的人上吧
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在一次现场直播的电视辩论中,伊朗领导人阿马迪内贾德在本月总统大选中的主要竞争对手——前总理穆萨维指责他损害了伊朗的国际声望。以下是约翰列尼从德黑兰发来的报道。


“这次电视辩论是这两位政治对手之间的一场不同寻常的,史无前例的,毫不留情的交锋。阿马迪内贾德一上来就指责其对手散布政府的谣言。穆萨维则以嘲讽阿马迪内贾德的外交政策作为还击。他说,他执行的外交政策损害了伊朗的尊严。紧接着,穆萨维又抨击政府镇压学生运动。阿马迪内贾德则再次发起反击,批评穆萨维的妻子以他的名义进行活动,并指责她没有资格担任大学教授的职务。”


在4位大臣2天内相继宣布辞职之后,英国首相布朗正在为挽救自己的政治生命而努力。社会事务大臣Hazel Blears选择英国即将进行欧洲议会和地方议会选举的前一天,宣布了她离开政府的决定。舆论认为,她对布朗首相在议员报销门丑闻中单挑她来指责一事十分恼火。英国广播公司收到一封工党议员的来信,信中要求布朗首相辞职。反对党——保守党领袖David Cameron向首相和议会发起挑战,要求举行大选。


“他曾告诉我们,他率领的团队能带领这个国家前进。他现在正遭到这支团队的抛弃。这届政府正在我们的眼前崩溃。他为什么还不采取唯一仅剩的体面的行动,认真考虑去白金汉宫,要求解散议会,举行大选呢?


奥巴马总统已开始了中东之行,他希望美国与全世界的穆斯林进行对话。就在他抵达沙特之时,阿拉伯一家电视台播放了基地组织领导人本拉登的一段新讲话。在讲话中,他谴责美国总统正在散播仇恨的种子。


这里是英国广播公司从伦敦向各位播报的国际新闻。


就如何对平壤上个月进行的核试验做出反应一事,各方仍在联合国进行谈判。恰在此时,俄国称,它不想对北朝鲜实施经济禁运。自从北朝鲜进行第二次核试验以来,已过去一周多的时间了。就联合国应如何反应一事所进行的讨论正变得越来越激烈。我们驻联合国记者Laura Trevelyan一直在观注着摆在桌面上的几个建议。


“正在讨论的意见是加紧,而不一定加强现有的在北朝鲜进行第一次核试验之后所采取的制裁措施。因此有国家建议应加紧对北朝鲜的武器禁运措施。可能会冻结更多的参予北朝鲜核项目的公司的海外账户,并限制北朝鲜与外部世界的金融往来。似乎已被搁置的一种意见认为,应加强对北朝鲜船只和飞机上货物的检查,以确保它们没有偷运武器。”


美洲国家组织,简称OAS,投票撤销了该组织1962对古巴的驱逐令。在洪都拉斯的美洲国家组织总务委员会欢呼这一决定结束了冷战时代的产物,具有历史意义。美国辩称,古巴应首先在人权问题上做出让步。该决议要求古巴恪守民主改革的承诺。


巴西海军的第一艘船只已抵达到大西洋的遥远地区,在这一地区发现了周一失踪的一驾法国航班的残骸。巴西国防部长说,出事地点有大量浮油,这表明飞机上不可能发生大火或爆炸。


美国作家玛瑞莲罗宾森赢得了今年的用英语写作小说的女性作家大奖——小说鲜橙奖(又译奥兰治小说奖)。她著名的小说《家》被评委誉为是一部“意义深远的文艺作品”。
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恩,学习了。谢谢
建议以后凡是有第一段内容的标注一下:此处删去二百字 或 第一段删去。

今天下来一听还以为下错了。
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本帖最后由 KNUT 于 2009-6-5 08:33 编辑

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BBC News with Nile Nunes.

......

The Iranian leader R has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month’s presidential elections, the former Iranian PM M. John Lion reports now from Tehran.

This was a remarkable unprecedented no-holes-bar fight between these 2 political rivals. Mr. A started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr. M responded by mocking Mr. A’s foreign police which he said had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr. M went on to attack for repressing student protests. Mr. A counted again, criticizing Mr. M’s wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her posted university professor.

The British PM Gordon Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th minister of resignation in 2 days. The Community Secretary Hazel Blair has chosen the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She’s understood to have been angry with Mr. Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC had seen a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the PM and parliaments to call a general election.

He told us, he had the right team to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn’t he take the one act of authority left to him. Get down to the palace, ask for dissolution, call out an election.

President Obama has begun a visit to the Middle East hoping to build a dialogue the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of al-Qaeda Osama Bin Laden denouncing the United States’ president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in LD.

Russia has said it doesn’t want an economic embargo to be imposed as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang’s nuclear test lasts month. It’s been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond are intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

What’s under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea’s 1st nuclear test in 2006 are not always enforced. So there’s a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened, more companies involved in North Korea’s nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea’s financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren’t being carried appears to have been dropped.

The Organization of American States, the OAS has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS General Assemble Honduras hailed the decision as the historic end to a Cold War enacquinisim. The United States had argued that Cuba should first made concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian Navy Vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that had went missing in Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil sleek at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or an explosion on board.

The American writer, Marylyn Robinson has won a series of prestigious prizes for a work of fiction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. The novel, Home, were described by the judges is as a profound work of art.

And that’s the latest BBC News.
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Mr. Brown for singling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses.

to 玛雅~翻得真好~
1.批评穆萨维的妻子以他的名义进行活动---------------此处的活动应是指“竞选活动”
2.反对党——保守党领袖David Cameron向首相和议会发起挑战,要求举行大选。------challenging for的挑战可不翻,直接翻成“要求、呼吁”就可以了~不过翻了也不影响意思~
3.Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.--------on the table指的是会议,直接说“我们的记者正密切关注会议进程。”~
4.What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 and not always enforced. -----------现在讨论的问题是要加强现有的对于朝鲜2006年首次核试验的制裁,因为许多制裁并未实施

5.hailed----------对。。。决定表示欢迎
6. the remote area of the Atlantic ----------深海区域
7.unlikely----------不大可能
8.anachronism-----------时代错误

都不是什么大问题~(另:为何不把听写也一并贴来呢~)
:)
You never know until you try, and you never try until
you really try!
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