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[All-In-1-Min] 【整理】2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

本帖最后由 shuangsila 于 2010-2-2 02:02 编辑




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US Military Center Assesses Haitian Needs





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Ten thousand people show up here most days, at a building of the Haitian agriculture ministry, which the U.S. Army is using temporarily as a data collection and operations center. Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, separating men and women into separate lines. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gates every few minutes.

 

The army 82nd Airborne Division oversees the center, where Creole-speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quake victims. This woman says she is desperate for help. “We came from under the rubble. We have many injuries. Our houses have been destroyed and all my relatives have been killed.”


U.S Army Sergeant First Class Brandon Lemmons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders, and they use it to map out their relief strategies. As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job. Thirty Haitians have been hired to help operate this center. Sergeant Lemmons says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people, to fill the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.

 

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The army 82nd Airborne Division: ph. 美军第82空降师

 

Creole: adj. of or relating to or characteristic of native-born persons of French descent in Louisiana 克里奥耳人(在美国路易斯安那州出生的法国后裔)

 

 

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Ten thousand people show up here most days, at a building of the Haitian Agriculture Ministry, which the U.S. Army is using temporarily as a data collection and operations center.  

Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, separating men and women into separate lines.   Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gates every few minutes.


The army 82nd Airborne Division oversees the center, where Creole-speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quake victims.  

This woman is desperate for help. "We came from under the rubble.  We have many injuries.  Our houses have been destroyed and all my relatives have been killed".

U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Brandon Lemmons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders, and they use it to map out their relief strategies.


As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job. Thirty Haitians have been hired to help operate this center.  Sergeant Lemmons says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people, to fill the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.
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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

ten thousand people show up here most days at the building of the heition agriculture ministrator which the US army is using temperitory the day they collcetion and operations center. Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowers orderly, seperating man and women into seperated lines. Small numbers allows to eneter throw the iron gate every few minutes. The army 80s airboard indivision oversees this matter will creep old hetion step conduct interview with quick victim this woman is desperate for help. We came form the robble. We have many injuriers. Our houses have been destoryed and all my relatives have been killed. US army sergeant for his class bland lemons says he passes alongs each day's information to his commenders and they use it to map out their releve stratrgy has the army collects information many Haytian come here in a hope finding a job. 30 Haytian have been hire do help operate this center soldier lemon says the militiary is do what they can to give jobs to local people to for the needs to other American unties in Haiti.

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本帖最后由 kongzhe_607 于 2010-1-31 23:47 编辑

[HOMEWORK] 2010-02-01 VOA Audio News -- US Military Center Assesses Haitian Needs

Ten thousand people show up here most days at the building of the Haitian Agriculture Ministry which the US army is using temporarily as a data collection and operation center.

Soldier outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, separating men and women in two separate lines. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gates every few minutes. The army eight-second air-bond division oversees the center where crival speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quick victims. This woman is desperate for help.  
“We came from under the rubble. We have many injuries, our houses have been destroyed and all my relatives have been killed”

UR army surgeons first-class Brand Lemans says he passes along each day’s information to his commanders. And they use it to map out their relieve strategies. Has the army collected the information many Haitians come here and hope for finding a job. Thirty Haitian have been hired to operate this center. Surgeon Lemans says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people to fill the needs of this under other American unions in Haiti.
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本帖最后由 nobody00 于 2010-1-31 23:57 编辑

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Ten thousand people show up here most days, at a building of the Haitian agriculture ministry, which the U.S. Army is using temporarily as a data collection and operations center.


Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, separating men and women into separate lines.   Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gates every few minutes

The army 82nd Airborne Division oversees the center, where Creole-speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quake victim.

One woman says she is desperate for help.
"We came from under the rubble.  We have many injuries.  Our houses have been destroyed. And all of my relatives have been killed." she says.

U.S Army Sergeant First Class Brandon Lemmons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders, and they use it to map out their relief strategies.
As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job.

Sergeant Lemmons
says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people to fill needs of these and other American units in Haiti.
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10000 people showed up here most days at the building of the Haitian agriculture ministry, what's the US army is using temporarily as the data collection and operation center.

Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly separating men and women into separate lines. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the ironed gates every few minutes.

The army 82nd airport division overseas the settle, where * speaking Haitian staff conduct individuals or quake victims. This woman is desperated for help.

Woman: We came from the rubble. We have many injuries. Our houses have been destroyed and my relatives have been killed.

US Army solider first class Blandon Lemons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders and then use it to map out their relief strategies.

As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in a hope of finding a job. 30 Haitians have been hired to help operated the settle, solider Lemons says the military is doing what they can to give jobs to local people to * the needs of this and other American unites in Haiti.
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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

本帖最后由 eric_young 于 2010-2-1 00:45 编辑

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10,000 people showed up here in mourne days ,at a building of Agriculture Ministry  which the US army is using temporarily as a  data collection and operation center.

Soilders outside the gate tried to keep the crowds orderly,separating men and women into separate lines.Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron-gate every a few minutes.The army 82nd Airbone division oversees the center where Creole-speaking Haitian's stuff conduct interviews with quake victims.

This women is desperate for help.

We came from under the rubble,we have many injuries.Our houses have been destroyed.And all my relatives have been killed.

US army sergeant first class Brander Lemons says he passes along each day information to his commanders,and they use it to map out their relief strategies.As the army collects information,many Haitians come here in a hope of finding a job.13 Haitians have been hired to help to operate the center.Sergeant Lemons says the millitary is doing what it can to give jobs to local people,to fill the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.







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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

Homework
--------10,000 people show up here most days,at a building of the Haitian Agriculture Ministry,which the U.S. Army is using temporarily as a data collection and operation center.  

--------Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, separating men and women into separate lines.Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gates every few minutes.

--------The army 82nd Airborne Division oversees the center, where Creole-speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quake victims.  

--------This woman is desperate for help.We came from under the rubble.We have many injuries.Our houses have been destroyed and all my relatives have been killed.

--------U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Brandon Lemmons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders,and they use it to map out their relief strategies.

--------As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job.30 Haitians have been hired to help operate this center.Sergeant Lemmons says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people,to fill the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.  

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Ten thousand people show up here most days at a building of Haiti Agriculture Ministry, which the U.S. army is using temporarily as a data collection and operation center. Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowd orderly, separating men and women into two separated lines. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gate every few minutes. The army Eighty Second Air Bomb Division Overseas this sector were cre all speaking Haiti staff conducting interviews with quick victims, this woman is desperate for help. “we came from under the rubble, we have many injures, our house has been destroyed, and all my relatives have been killed.”

U.S. army sergeant Fres Clause Brand Lanmans says he passes on each day’s information to his commanders, and they use it to map out their relieve strategies. As the army collects information, many Haitian come here in the hope of finding a job. Thirty Haiti have been hired to do help operate this sector, Sergeant Lanmans says the military is doing what they can to give jobs to local people to full the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.

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本帖最后由 shuangsila 于 2010-2-1 17:01 编辑

Homework
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Ten thousand people show appear most states at building of the Haitian agriculture ministry. What’s the US army is using temporarily has dated collections at operation center. Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowd orderly, separating men and women into separate lines, small numbers were allowed to enter through the air gates every few minutes.

The army eighty second air board * over seas the settle were creo speaking Haitian staff conduct it views was quite victims, this woman is desperately for help.”We came for monders of rubow, we have many injuries, our houses have been destroyed, and all my relatives have been killed”.

US army soldier first class Brandon Lemons says he passes along each day’s information to his commanders, and they used to map out their relffe straikgious, has the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job, 13 Haitians have been hired to help operate the settles. Soldier Lemons says the military is doing what they can to give jobs to local people to full the needs of this send other American Unites in Haiti.




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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

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    Ten thousand people show up here most days at a building of the Hatian Agriculture Ministry, which the US Army is using temporarily as a data collection and operation center.
    Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, seperating men and wemen and to seperate lifes. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the Air Gate every several minutes.
    The Army 80-secende airborn division oversees the center where ________ speaking Hatian staff conduct interview with ______ victims. This woman is desperate for help.
    We came from under the rival, we have many injuries, our houses have been destroyed, and all my relatives have been killed.
    US Army Sergeon first class Brandon Lemons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders and the use to map out their relieve strategies.
    Has the Army collects information, many Hatians come here in the hope of finding a job. Thirty Hatians have been hired to help operate the center. Sergeon Lemons says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people to full the needs of these and other American units in Hati.
   

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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

10,000 people show up here most days at the building of the Haitian  Agricultural Ministry ,what's the US army is  using temporarily as the data collection and the operation center.Soldiers are outside the gate try to keep the crows orderly separating men and women into separate lines.Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gates every few minutes.The Army 82nd Airborne Division oversees the center, where Creole speaking Haitian stuff conduct interviews  with quake victioms.
A woman is desperate for help.We came from under the rubble.We have many injuries.Our houses have been destroyed.And all my relatives have been killed.
US Amry sergeant first class Brander Lamons says he passes along each day the informations the his commanders and they use it to map out their relief strategies.As the army collects the information ,many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job.13 Haitians have been hired to help to operate the center.Sergeant Lamons says the military is doing what it can to give the jobs to local people to fill the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.

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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

Ten thousand people show up here most days, at a building of the Haitian Agriculture Ministry, which the US Army is using temporarily as a data collection and operation centre.

Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, seperating men and women into seperated lines. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the isle and gate several few minutes.

The Army 82nd * Division oversees the centre, where * speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quake victims. This woman is desperate for help.

We came from * the rubble. We have many injuries. Our houses have been destroyed and all my relatives have been killed.

US Army Sergeant First Class Brandon Lemmons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders, and they use it to map out their relief strategies.

As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job. Thirty Haitians have been hired to operate the centre. Sergeant Lemmons says the military is doing what it can to give jobs to local people to full the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.

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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

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Ten thousands of people show up here most days at a building  of the ** agriculture ministry,which is the US ** is using temporarily as a date collection and ** center.

Sodiers are out of the gate try to keep the crowed orderly,**  man and women separate lines.Small number  the crowed enter to **  gates every several few minutes.

They army 82nd ** division oversee the center,where **speaking ** staff conduct interview with quake victims.This woman is desperte for help.

We came from under the **.We have many injuries.Our houses have been distoried and all my relatives have been killed.

US army ** first class ** Lemmon says he passes along each day's information to his commanders,and they used to map out their relief strategies.

As the armys collect information,many ** hope coming here in the hope of  finding a jod.30 ** have been hired to help operate the center.S L says the military is doing what can to give jobs to local people ,to fill the needs of this and American unites in Haidi.






                                                   
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[Homework]2010-02-01 VOA Audio News

Ten thousand people show up here most days at the building of Haitian Agriculutre Ministry which the U.S. army is using temporarily as a data collection and operation center.
Soldiers outside the gate try to keep the crowds orderly, seperating men and women into seperate lines. Small numbers are allowed to enter through the iron gate several few minutes. The army 82nd airborne division oversees the center where Creole-speaking Haitian staff conduct interviews with quake victims.
This woman is desperate for help. We came from under the rubble. We have many injuries. Our house has been destroyed. And all my relatives have been killed.
U.S. army sergeant first class Brandon Lemmons says he passes along each day's information to his commanders and they use it to map out their release strategies.
As the army collects information, many Haitians come here in the hope of finding a job. 30 Haitians have been hired to help operate this center. Sergeant Lemmons says the military is doing what they can to give jobs to local people to fill the needs of this and other American units in Haiti.

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