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[英伦广角] 【整理】2010-12-19 油价节节高

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just When many households are watching evey penny, there's another thing to budget for, the cost of filling up your car. Petrol prices ended last week  on a record high. That trend looks set to continue.The record price yesterday of 122.28 for unleaded petrol.That's likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the year.And then of course we got the double-whammy coming in with the government taking yet more tax by way of the duty-escalator.

The AA is calling on the government not to increase both duty and VAT on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers.But there are other factors pushing up petrol prices.The cold weather has been affecting delivery as well as supply and demand at the pump.And also in the winter the cost of heating oil increase and that has knock-on effect at the petrol prices here.The AA is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices.But the fact is if you want to drive you are going to have to pay that little bit more.

Over the last month, the price of petrol has just gone up by 73 pence a litre, while the increase in diseal has been a little more.This is largely down to the inrease in cost of crude oil that now stands at just 79 dollars a barrel forcing up the value of wholesale petrol.All these figures aren't welcomed news for motorists, many of whome have been force to cut back on journeys.' for those who have to keep on using their cars,a pain still remain for the fuel,  It's a lifeblood of the U.K. economy. The lifeblood of family and business.And yet, it's not regulated, we don't have a regulator for our fuel prices,we just have to pay for the going rate,Which is too high at the moment.

But this is only a start of a harsh winter and it looks like it's going to be a costly one for those dependant on their own vheicles to get around.

Kitty Logan, Sky News.!~
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Just when many households are watching every penny, there is another thing to budget for, the cost of filling up your car. Petrol prices ended last week on a record high and that trend looked set to continue.

The record price yesterday of 122.28 for unleaded petrol. That's likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the year. And then of course we have got the double whammy coming in with the government taking yet more tax by where the duty escalates.

The AA is calling on the government not to increase both duty and VAT on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers. But there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices.

The cold weather has been affecting deliveries as well as the supply and demand at the pump. Also in the winter, the cost of heating oil increases, and that has a knock-on effect on the petrol prices here. Now the AA is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices. But the fact is, if you want to drive, you're gonna  have to pay that little bit more.

Over the last month, the price of petrol has gone up by just 73 pence a litre while the increase in diesel has been a little more. This is largely down to the increase in cost of crude oil that now stands at just over 90 dollars a barrel, forcing up the value of wholesale of petrol.

All these figures aren’t welcome news for motorists, many of whom have been forced to cut back on journeys.

For those you have to keep on using their cars, they pay through the nose for the fuel. It's a life blood of the UK economy, life blood of families and business and yet it's not regulated, we don't have a regulator for our fuel prices, we just have to pay the going rates which is too high at the moment.

But this is only the start to a harsh winter and it looks like it's going to be a costly one for those who are dependent on their own vehicles to get around.
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[Homework]2010-12-19 油价节节高

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Just when many households watching every penny, there is another thing to budget for: the cost of filling up your car. Petro prices ended last week on a record high, and that trend looks set to continue: the record price yesterday of 122.28 for a litre petro, that is likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the year. And then of course we got the double whammy coming in with the government taking yet more tax by ********.
The AA is calling on the government not to increase both duty and VAT on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers, but there are several other factors pushing up petro prices. The cold weather's being effecting deliveries as well as its supplying demand at the pump. Also in the winter the cost of heating oil increases and that has the knock-on effect at the petro prices here. Now the AA is advising drivers shop around for the cheapest prices, but the fact is if you want to drive, you are going to have to pay a little bit more. Over the last month, the price of petro has gone up by just every 3 pents a litre, while the increase in diesel has been a little more. This is largely done to the increase in cost of crude oil that now stands just 790 dollars a barrel, forcing up the value of whole-sale petro. All these figures aren't welcome news for tourists, many of whom being forced to cut back on journeys. For those have to keep on using their cars, and *****. It's lifeblood of UK economy, lifeblood of families and business, and yet it's not regulated, we don't have a regulate for oil prices, which *** pay ** rate too high at the moment. But this is only the start of a harsh winter,and it looks like to be a costly one for those dependent on their own vehicles to get around.
Kitty Logans, SkyNews

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Just when many households are watching every penny, there’s another thing to budget for -the cost of filling up your car. Petrol prices ended last week on a record high and that trend will set to continue. The record price yesterday of 122.28 for one liter petrol, that’s likely to carry on increasing right through the end of the year, and then of course we got the double whammy coming in with the government taking yet more tax by where the duty escalates.
The AA is calling on the government no to increase both duty and VAT on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers.  But there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices. The cold weather has been affecting deliveries as well as the supply demand of that pump, also in winter the cost of heating oil increases. And that has now come to the petrol prices here. Now the AA is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices. But the fact is, if you wouldn't to drive, you're going to have to pay that a bit more.
Over the last month, the price of petrol has gone up by just 73 per a liter while the increasing diesel has been a little more. This is largely down to the increase in cost of crude oil that now stand just 7 dollars a barrel forcing up the value of whole sale of petrol. All these figures aren’t welcome new for motorists, many of whom are forced to cut back on journeys. For those have to keep on using their cars, a pain for the nose of the fuel, it’s life blood of UK economy, life blood of families and business. And yet it’s not regulated, we don't have regulate for our fuel prices, we just have to pay the going rate which is too high at the moment. But this is only a start to a harsh winter and it looks like it’s going to be a costly one for those dependent on their own vehicles to get around.
Kitty Logan, Sky's news.

whammy : n.晦气, 剧烈的打击
VAT: value added tax
diesel : n.柴油机
motorist:  n.乘汽车者, 常坐汽车的人
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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-19 油价节节高

just when many households are watching every penny, there is another thing to budget for,the cost of filling up your car.petrol prices ended last week on a record high and that trend looks set to continue.

the record price yesterday of 122.28 for unleaded petrol, that's likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the year, and then of course we have to got the double whammy coming in with the government taking yet more tax by way of the duty escalator.

the AA is calling on the government not to increase both duty and vat on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers. but there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices.

the cold weather is being affecting delieveries as well as the supply and demand at the pump. also in the winter the cost of heating oil increase and that has a knock-on effect at the petrol prices here,  now the aa is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices. but the fact is if you want to drive, you are going to have to pay that little bit more.

over the last month, the price of petrol has gone up by just 73 pence a litre
while the increasing in diesel has been a little more.

this is largely down to the increase in cost of crude oil that now stand as just 7.9 dollars a barrel forcing up the value of wholesale petrol.

all these figures aren't welcome news for motorists, many of whom have been forced the cut back on journeys.

for those who have to keep on using their cars, a pain for the nose for the fuel. it is a life blood of the uk economy, life blood of families and business, and yet it is not regulated, we don't have regulate for our fuel prices, we just have pay the going rate which is too high at the moment.

but this is only a start of a harsh winter, and it looks like it is going to be a costly one for those dependent on their own vehicles to get around.

                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-19 油价节节高

Just when many households are watching every penny, there's another thing to budget for: the cost of filling up you car. Petro prices ended last week on a record high and that trend looks set to continue.
Record price yesterday of 122.28 forun lated petro. That's likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the year. A man, of course, we've got the double wemmmey coming in with the governments yet taking in more tax by the way duty ecselater.
The AA is calling on the government not to increase both duty and VAT on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers. But there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices.

The cold weather is being affecting deliveries as well as the supply and demand at the pump. Also in the winter the cost of heating oil increase and that has a knock-on effect at the petrol prices here. Now the AA is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices. But the fact is, if you want to drive, you're going to have to pay that little bit more
.

Over the last month, the price of petrol has gone up by just 73 pence a litre while the increase in diesel has been a little more
.

This is largely down to the increase in cost of crude oil that now stand as just 7.90 dollars a barrel forcing up the value of
whole-sale petrol.

All these figures aren't welcome news for motorists, many of whom have been forced the cut back on
journeys.

For those who have to keep on using their cars, a pain for the nose for the fuel. It's a life blood of the UK economy, life blood of families and business and yet it's not regulated, we don't have regulate for our fuel prices, we just have pay the going rate which is too high at the moment
.

But this is only a start of a harsh winter and it looks like it's going to be a costly one for those dependent on their own vehicles to get around
.

Kitty Logan, Sky's news.


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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-19 油价节节高

just when many households were watching every penny,there is another thing to budget fall,the cost of filling up pure car.petrol prices ended last week on a record high and that's trend,look set to continue.
the record price yesterday of 122.284  around the late petrol.that's likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the year.and then of course we have got the double vaming coming in with the government taking yet more tax by way of the jute escalator.the aa is calling on the government not to increase both jute and vat on few in the new year to ease pressure on the drivers.but there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices.
the cold weather has been affecting delivery as well as supply ans demand of pumpt also in the winter the cost of heating also increases and that has a knock on the effect of a petrol prices here.now the aa is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices.but the fact is if you want to drive,you gonna have to pay that little bit more.
over the last month the price of petrol has gone up by just 33 pents of liter while the increase in  has been a little more.this has largely down to the increase in cost of crude oil that now stands of serving just 97 dollars a barrel,forcing up the value of whole sale petrol.all these figures are not well comused for motorist  of being forced to come back on journeys.
for those who have to keep on using their cars apain for the use of the fuel and it's the life blood of the uk economy,life blood of the families and business and yet it's not regulated ,we don't regulate for a few prices which has to pay the going rate,which is too high at the moment.but this is only of a start of a harsh winter and it looks like it's going to be costly won for those dependent on their own vehicles to get around.
Gety Loggans,sky news.









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Just when many households are watching every penny, there is another thing to budget for, the cost of filling up pure? car. Petrol prices ended last week on a record high and that trend will set continue.

The record price yesterday of 122.28 for one litre petrol. That's likely to carry on
inreasing to right through the end of the year. A none of course we have got the double whammy coming in with the government taking yet more tax by where the jutty? escalate.

The AA is calling on the government no to increase both jutty and vat? on fuel in the new year to ease the pressure on drivers. But there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices.

The cold weather has being facting delievers where the supply demand on that pump. Also in the winter the cost of heating oiling inreases. And that has now come affacted that petrol prices here. Now the AA is advising drivers of shop around for the cheapest prices. But the fact is, if you wouldn't to drive, you're going have to pay that will take a bit more.

Over the last month, the price of petrol has gone up by just 73 p per litre while the increasing diesel has been a little more. This is largely down to the increase in cost of pro** that now stand as just 90 dollars a barrel forcing up the value of whole sale of petrol.

All these figures on tour c** for m** , many of whom have been forced the cut back on journeies.

For those you have to keep on using the cars, a plent for the n** for the fuel. It's a life about the UK economy, li about families and business and yet it's not regulated, we don't have regulate for our fuel prices, we just have pay the going rates which is too high at the moment.

But this is only a start to a harsh winter and it looks like it's going to be a costly one for those the pendant on their own vehicles to get around.

Kitty Logan, Sky's news.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-19 油价节节高

Just when many households are watching evey penny, there is another thing to budget for, the cost of filling up *** car. Petrol prices ended last week on a record high, and that trend looks set continued.
The record price yesterday of 122.28 **** *** *** petrol. That's likely to carry on increasing right through to the end of the earth. And then of course we have got the double whelming coming in with the government taking yet more tax by where the duty *******.
The AA is calling on the government not to increase both duty and **** on fuel in the new year to issue the presure on drivers. But there are several other factors pushing up petrol prices.
The cold weather has been affecting deliveries as well as supply and demand at the pump. Also in the winter the cost of heating oil increases, and that has a local effect of the petrol prices here. Now the AA is advising drivers to shop around for the cheapest prices. But the fact is if you want to drive, you are gonna have to pay that little bit more.
Over the last month, the price of petrol has gone up by just 33 pennies a liter, while the increase in diesel has been a little more.This is largely down to the increase in cause of *****  that now stands just $**** a barrel, falsing up the value of hotsale petrol. All these figures aren't welcoming news for mechants, many of **** have been forced to cut back on journeys .
For those who have to keep on using the cars, a pay for the most for the fuel is a life of the UK economy, life of familiy and business, and yet is not regulated, we don't regulate for a few prices, which has paid the government rate, which is too high among.
This is only a start of a hard winter. And it looks like it is going to be a costly one for those who dependent on their own vehicles to get around.

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