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[Homework]2009-08-23 台湾灾民避难

thousand of evacuees took refuges of churges and temples in southern taiwan on monday waiting for old  jepan could return to their homes.some  fear that it will take months or years to state the roads demaged by the massive lanslive triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.     
the official   Auguset typhoon Morak estand on 23. but taiwan president Ma estimates that now exceed more than 500 people. more than 30000 people in the diaster area have been  rescued but thousands more  remain strained in the  mountain  over the  week later.
Hong huqi was the evacuated by a helicoputer on sunday.when this happened, there is no choice all over ships or there.  we didn'tt have time to think and we don't have any chance to go back to take care of them.
chang feiming, who  has been  in the shelter for two days.
we still want to go home. we don't want them always to give us foods to eat and  clothes to wear. we don't want that.as soon as the road is fixed, we will go home and see how fast the ...
In Ali Shan mountain, over 200 voulunteers carried food back to their...
which they plans to deliber to two fellow villages to  ..
For raining began to  arrive in taiwan on monday after leaders applogize for initially refusing the office.
....   US  have pledge data  including expect damaged assessment.
chinese   donnars have given us  18 dollars and cargo ship loaded with 8 is due to leave shenzeng port on monday for taiwan.  


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thousands of *s to * in churches or temples in sudden taiwan on Monday ,waiting for road repair that they would now return to homes. some feel that will take months or years due to the states of the roads damaged by massive trigered by the wass typhoon to hit the island since 1959.the afficial * from the * typhoon mirrical stands at more than 123 ,but taiwan president ma estimated now excess 500 people,more than 35 thousand of people  in disaster  ereas have been rescued,but thousands more remain stranded in the montains over a week later .* was evacuated from his villiage by helicopter on sunday.when this is happen,there is no choice ,all of our chicken sheep were there ,we didn't have time to think and didn't have chance to go back and take care of them .* who had been in the shock in 2 days just wanted to go home .we still want to go home .we don't want them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that.as soon as the road was fixed .we will go home ,and see if * is still there or not .in a lishan over 200 volunteers carry food baskets on their backs which they plan to dilver two fellow villagers still in the montains.foreigner began to arrive in taiwan on monday,after the leader  apologys for the issuing refusing the offers.6 countrys in cluding united states have pleged including expert damaged asistment and water * tours .chinese donates18 million dollars in *ship loaded with is  due to leave shenzhen port on monday for taiwan .
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thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in the southern of taiwan on monday,waiting for road repair that would allow return of their homes.some fear that would take months or years due to the state of the roads,damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon what hit the island since 1959.
the official death toll from the august day typhoon maraca stands at 123,but taiwan presidnet ma estimated now it exceeds to 500 people.more than 35000 people in the disaster area have been recued,but thousands more remained stranded in the mountains over a week later.
honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on sunday.
when this accident happened there's no choice,all of our chicken and sheep was there,we didnt have time to think,and we dont have any chance to go back to take care of them
changfenming who has been sheltered for two days,just wanted to go home
we still want to go home,we dont want them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear,we dont want that.the soonest road is fixed we will go home and see if our house are still there or not
in alishan,over 200 volunteers carrying food baskets on their back,which they plan to deliver to fellow villagers still in the mountains.
foreign aid began to arrive in taiwan on monday after the leader apologized for initially refused the offers.6 countries including the usa have pleaged aid including expert damage assesment and water filtration tools
chinese donators have given over 18 million dollars,and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave shenzhen port on monday from taiwan
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Thousands of evacuees took refugees in churches and temples in suburb Taiwan on Monday waiting for road repair that would allowed return to their homes. Some fear that could took months or years due to the states of the roads damaged by massive landslide trigger by the worst Typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official that still from August typhoon Morakot is stands on 123, but Taiwan President Ma estimates that now exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued but thousands more were remain stranded in the mountains over we glitter. Penghuqu was evacuated from his villages by a helicopter on Sunday.

“When incident happen there was no choice so all of us chickens, sheep were there, we did have time to think and we don’t have any chance to go back and take care of them.”

Changfenmin, who had been in the short of 2 days just wanna to go home,

“We still want to go home. We don’t want have them always give a spoke to wait until close to where. We don’t want that. The soonest road is fixed we would go home and see a farm house is still there or not.”

In Alishang, over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their back, which they planed to deliver 200 fellow villagers still in Mountain.

Foreigners begin to arrive in Taiwan on Monday, after leading apologize for initially refuse the offers. Six countries including the U.S. have pledged it, including Expert Damages Sessment and World Food Tration too.

China donors have given over 16 million dollars and a cargo ship-loaded with aids is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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[Homework]2009-08-23 台湾灾民避难

Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repaired that would allow them to return to their homes. Some fear that would take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959. The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123. But Taiwan President Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disastrous areas have been rescued, but thousands more remained stranded in the mountains over a week later. /was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday.
When the incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chickens, sheep were there. We didn't have time to think. And we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.
/ who have been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home.
We still want to go home. We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed, we'll go home and see if our house is still there or not.
In Alishan, over 200 volunteers carried foodbaskets on their backs which they planned to deliver to the fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologised for initially refusing the offers. Six countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

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Thousands of evacuees took refugees in churches and tomples in the southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repaired that would allow return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads, damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959. The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123, but Taiwan president Ma estimates that now exceeds 500 people. Over 35 thousand of people in the disaster zones have been rescued but thousands more remain stranded in the mountains over a week later. Honghuqi was evacuated by a helicopter on Sunday. " When this incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chickens and sheep were there. We didn't have time to think. We dont have any chance to go back and take care of them. QXM who has been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. " We still want to go home. We dont want to have them always give us food to wait and clothes to wear. We dont want that. Once the road is fixed, we will go home and see if our house is still there or not."
In Alishan, over 200 volunteers carry food boxes on their back which they plan to deliver to fellow villages still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. Six countries including the United States pledged aid, including expert damaged assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese doners have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

[Homework]2009-08-23 台湾灾民避难

Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the road damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.


The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123.But Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster area have been rescued.But thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there,we didn't have time to think, and we didn't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei,who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to deliver to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18,000,000 dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123 but Taiwan president Ma estimates that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there we didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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In Alishan over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planned to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains.
这句里头的deliver,不是应该是不定式,用原形吗?
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thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the road damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.


The official * from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123.But Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster area have been rescued.But thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. "When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there,we didn't have time to think, and we didn't have any chance to go back and take care of them".

Qingfeimei,who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. "We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not".

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to deliver to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18,000,000 dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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Homework

Thousands ofevacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for roadsrepair that would allow a return to their homes. Some fear that couldtake months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by the massivelandslides triggered by the worst the typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official deathtoll from the August 8th Typhoon_____ stands at 123, but TaiwanPresident Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster areashave been rescued, but thousands more remained stranded in the mountains over aweek later. _____ was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday:

“When theincident happened, there was no choice. All of our chicks, sheep were there, wedidn’t have time to think. And we don’t have any chance to go back and takecare of them.”

_____ who had been in the shelter for 2 days just wanted to gohome:

“We still wantto go home. We don’t want to have them always give us food to eat and clothesto wear, we don’t want that. As soon as the road is fixed, we’ll go home andsee if our house is still there or not.”

In Alishan,over 200 volunteers carried food baskets ontheir backs which they planed to deliver to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aidbegan to arrive in Taiwanon Monday after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. 6countries including the United  States have pledged aid including expertdamage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen Porton Monday for Taiwan.

______,Reuters.
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Homework

Thousands of * took refugees in church and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday waiting for road repair that would allow they return to their homes. Some fear that it could take them months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslide trigged by the worst typhoon on the island since 1959.
The officials that told the August typhoon Morakot stands for 123. But Taiwan president. Ma estimated now it sized 500 people. More than 35 thousand people living in the disastrous areas have been rescued, but thousands more will remain strengthened in the mountains over a week later. Hong Kuqi who is evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday.
When incident happened, there is no choice. So all of our chicken, sheep were there, we don’t have time to think and we don’t have any chance to go back and to take care of them.
Xiang Fengli who have been in the shelter for two days just wanna to go home. We still want to go home. We don’t want have them always give us food to wait and cloth to ware. We don’t want that. As soon as the road is fixed, we will go home and see if * is still on or not.
In Ali Shan, over 200 volunteers carried food basket on their back which they plan to deliver to the fellow villagers dealing in the mountains.
Foreign aid bagan to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologizes for * refusing the offers.
6 countries included the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese has donated about 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aids is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
Puja Bharwani reports.
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[Homework]【整理】2009-08-23 台湾灾民避难

Thousands of evacuees took refugee in churches and temples in southern Taiwai on Monday,waiting for road repaired that would allow a return to their home.Some felt that could take months or years due to the state of the roads,damage by massive landslides triggered by the wrost typhoon to hit the islands since 1959.

The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123 but Tai Wan President Mao estimates that now exceeds 500 more than 35,000 people in the disaster area has been rescued but thousands more remain stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Hong Hu qi was evacuted from his village by a helicopter on Sunday.

When incident happened there was no chance,all of our chickens,weep were there.We didn't have time to think and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qiang Fei mei who had been in a shelter for 2 days just want to go home.

We still want to go home.We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and cloths to wear.We don't want that.As soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not.


In Alishan over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planned to deliver to fellow villagers still in the mountains.Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan after leaders apologize for initially refusing the offers.6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools.Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzheng port on Monday for Taiwan.

Puja Bhawarnia,Reuters.

                                                   
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