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[I&A] 【整理】2011-03-14 奥巴马针对日本地震的讲话

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before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami struck Japan earlier today. First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan. this is a potentially catastrophic disaster. images of destruction and flooding coming out of japan are simply  heartbreaking. Japan is, of course, one of our strongest and closest allies. and this morning I spoke with prime minister Kan. On behalf of American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences especially the victims of families and offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed. We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan and another is on its way.   We also have a ship enroot to the M island to assist as needed.  The defense department is working to account for all our military personnel in Japan.  US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location and the state department is working to account for an assist any and all American citizens who are in the country.  

Tsunami warnings have been issued across the pacific and we’ve seen initial waves from the tsunami come ashore on Guam and other US territories in Alaska and Hawaii, as well as along the west cost.  Here in the United States there hasn’t been any major damage so far, but we are taking this very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely.  FEMA is fully activated and it’s coordinating with the state and local officials to support these regions as necessary.  And let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate do as you are told.
Today's events remind us just how fragile life can be. Our hearts go out to our  friends across the region and we are gonna stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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本帖最后由 Liox 于 2011-3-14 20:48 编辑

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Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today.
First informalst,our thoughts and our prayers are with people in Japan,that is a poteincially catastrophy disaster and the images of the destrucion and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heart-breaking.
Japan is ,of course ,one of our strongest and closest stairlines. And this morning I spoke with Priminister Kang   on behalf of the American people ,I conveyed our deepest condolences, especially the victims in the families and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed.We currently have an                      in Japan and another is on its way.We also have shipped and root to the Meiyana Islands to assist as needed.The Defence Priminister is woking to account for all our millitary personel in Japan.US  Embassy Personel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location and the State Department is working to account and assist any and all American citizens who are in the country.Tsunami warnings           issue   across the Pacific and we have already seen  initial ways         tsunami come soon and warm  American   as territories in Alaska and Hawaii,as well as on ,along the west coast.Here in the United States,there hasn't been any major demonstration so far but we are taking this very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely.Fima  is fully activated and  quoting with State and local  officials to support     this regions as necessary.And let me address that if people  are told to evacuate, do as you are told.Today is            remind us      as fragile as life   can be.our hearts go out to ours friends in Japan and across the region and we gonna to stand the mistake we are covering our rebuilt from this tragedy.



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Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today.
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Before I begin I wanna say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today.  First and foremost, our thoughts and our prayers are with the people of Japan.  It’s a potentially catastrophic disaster and images of destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heart breaking.  

Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies, and this morning I spoke with Prime Minister Kon.  On behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences especially the victims and their families and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed.  

We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan and another is on its way.  We also have a ship enroot to the Marianna Island to assist as needed.  The defense department is working to account for all our military personnel in Japan.  US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location and the state department is working to account for and assist any and all American citizens who are in the country.  

Tsunami warnings have been issued across the pacific and we’ve seen initial waves from the tsunami come ashore on Guam and other US territories in Alaska and Hawaii, as well as along the west cost.  Here in the United States there hasn’t been any major damage so far, but we are taking this very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely.  FEMA is fully activated and it’s coordinating with the state and local officials to support these regions as necessary.  And let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate do as you are told.

Today’s events remind us just how fragile life can be.  Our hearts go out to our friends in Japan across the region and we are gonna stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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[Homework]2011-03-14 奥巴马针对日本地震的讲话

HW
Before I begin I want to say a few words about a terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan ealier today. First and foremost our thoughts and prayers are with people of Japan.This is potentially catastrophic disaster and the images of destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking.Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies.And this morning i spoke with prime minister Kang on behalf of the American people I  conveyed our deepest condolences.Especially the victims and their families and I offer Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed. We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan and another is on its way. We also have a ship enroute to the Marianas Islands to assist as needed.The Defence Department is working to account for all  our military personnel in Japan. US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to offside location.And the State department is working to account for assist and any and all American citizens who are in the country.Tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific and we've already seen the initial waves from the tsunami come ashore on the guam and other US territories, in Alaska and Hawaii as well as on along the west coast.Here in the United States,there hasn't been any major damaged so far,but we're taking the very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely. FEMA is fully activated and coordinating with State and local officials to support this regions as necessary. Let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you're told.Today's events remind us of just how fragile life can be. Our hearts go out to our friends in Japan and across the region and we gonna to stand with most the recover and rebuilt from this tragedy.

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Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today. First and foremost, our thoughts and our *** are with the people of Japan. This is a potentially catastrophic disaster, and the *** of destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking. Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies, and this morning I spoke with Prime Minister Kan. On behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences, especially the victims and their families, and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed. We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan, and another is on its way. We also have a ship en route to the Marianas Islands to assist as needed. The Defence Department is working to account for all our military personnel in Japan. US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an offside location, and the State Department is working to account for and assist any and all American citizens who are in the country. Tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific, and we've already seen initial waves from the tsunami come ashore on Guam and other US territories, in Alaska and Hawaii as well as on, along the west coast. Here in the United States, there hasn't been any major damage so far, but we are taking this very seriously, and we are monitoring the situation very closely. Fema is fully activated and is coordinating with state and local officials to support these regions as necessary. Let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. Today's events remind us of just how fragile life can be. Our hearts go out to our friends in Japan and across the region, and we are going to stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today.  First for most our thoughts and our prayers are with the people of Japan, it's potentially a catastrophic disaster, and the images of destruction and flooding coming out to Japan are simply heart breaking. Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies, and this morning I spoke with Prime Minister Kan on behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences especially to the victims and their families and I offered our Japanese Prime whatever assistance is needed.  We currently have an aircraft area in Japan and anothers on its way, we also have ship and route to * Island to assist as needed. The Defense Department working to account all to * personal in Japan. US embassy personal in Tokyo have move to outside location. And the state department has working to account for assist, any and all American citizens who are in the country. Tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific, we've already seen nation waves from the tsunami come ashore on * and other US territory in Alaska and Hawaii as well as along the west coast.  Here in the United States there hasn't been any major damage so far, but we are taking this very seriously, and we are monitoring the situation very closely.  * is fully activated and is coordinated with the state and local officials to support these regions as necessar. Let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. Today's events remind us just how fragile life can be, our hearts go out to our friends in Japan and across the region, and we are gonna stand with them as they recovery and rebuild from this tragedy.
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Before I begin I want say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan  earily today,First and foremost ,Our thoughts and  prayers are with people of Japan .There is potentianally catasrrophe disaster and images of destruction and flooding coming up Japan are simply heart breaking ,Japan is ,of course, one of us strongest and cloest allies.And this morning i spoked with Prime Minister Kang on behalf of American People ,I conveyed our deepest condolences especially  the vicitim families  and I offer our Japanese friends whatever the assistance is need ,We currently have American aircraft in Japan and another on it's way . We also sent a ship to enroute Mariana Islands to assist as needed . The defense department is working to account for all are military personnel  in Japan ,US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to outside location and state department is working  to account for assistant any all  American citizens who are in the country.

Tsunami warnings have been issued across pacific and we have seen the initial waves from tsunami come ashore on Guang and another US  territorries in Alska and Hawii is as well as along the west coast. Here in the Unite States has not been any damage so far but we taking it very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely .Fema is fully activated and is coordinating the state and local official o support these regions as necessary .Let me just stress that is people are told to evacuate do as you are told . Today's events remind how fragile life can be. Our hearts are go out to our friends Japan across the region we gonna and we are going to stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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[Homework]2011-03-14 奥巴马针对日本地震的讲话

Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today. First and for most, our thoughts and our prayers are with the people in Japan. It is potentially a catastrophic disaster and images of the structions and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking.
Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest alliances and this morning I spoke with Prime Minister Kum on behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepers can go on assistance, especially the victims and families and I offer our Japanese friends whatever systems are needed.
We could only have an aircraft carrier in Japan and others on its way.We also have a ship in route of the M on the silence to assist as needed. The defence department is working to account for all our personnel in Japan.
U.S. ambancy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location and stay department as working to a conform assist, and all American citizens who are in the country.
As tsunami, one cross the pacific, we want to save nature waves from the tsunami come ashore on ground and other U.S. territories in Alaska and Hawaii as well as on, along the west coast. You know the United States, although has been in damages so far, but we are taking this very seriously and we are m the situation very closely.
T is falling activated and is caught in the local officials to support these regions as necessary. And let me just stress that if people are taught to evacuate, do as you are told. Today's events remind of us just tell us how fragile life can be, our hearts go out to our friends in Japan across the region and we gotta stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.

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Before I begin I wanna say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today.

First and foremost, our thoughts and our prayers are with the people of Japan.  It's a potentially catastrophic disaster and images of destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking.  

Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies, and this morning I spoke with Prime Minister Kan.  On behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences especially the victims and their families and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed.  

We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan and another is on its way.  We also have a ship en route to the Marianna Islands to assist as needed.  The defense department is working to account for all our military personnel in Japan.  US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location and the state department is working to account for and assist any and all American citizens who are in the country.  

Tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific and we've already seen initial waves from the tsunami come ashore on Guam and other US territories in Alaska and Hawaii, as well as along the west cost.  Here in the United States, there hasn't been any major damage so far, but we are taking this very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely.  FEMA is fully activated and it's coordinating with the state and local officials to support these regions as necessary.  And let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told.
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[Homework]2011-03-14 奥巴马针对日本地震的讲话

Before I begin I want to say about a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that strack Japan on early today,First for almost a thought in our prayers are with the people of Japan,There is potentially catastrophic disaster and images of the struction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply hardbreaking.Japan as of cause one of the strongest and closed allies and this morning I spoke with prime minister Kome.on the half of American people I convevied our deepest condolence,especially the victims with their families and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistence are needed.We currently have a aircraft carrier in Japan the others is on it's way.And we also have a ship in ruled to the *** Island to assess as needed,The defence department is working to account for all or military person know in Japan.US embassy personal in Tokyo have move to ourside to location and the state department is working to account for the assist than any of all American citizens who are in the country.Tsunami warning should be issued accossed pacific,and we are already to seen the initial waves from tsunami come sure on *** another US territory in Alaska  and away as well as long along the west coast.Here in the United States there has been a major damage so far,but we are taking this very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely.Feima is fully actived and is coordinating with state and local officals to support these regions as necessary.And let me just address that if people are told to evacuate do as your  are told.Today's events are remind us of just how fragile life can be.Our heart to go out to our friends in Japan and across the region and we are gonna to stand with them as they recover and rebuild form this tragedy.

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[Homework]2011-03-14 奥巴马针对日本地震的讲话

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Before i begin, i want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today. First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan. It's potentially a catastrophic disaster and images of struction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking. Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies. And this morning i spoke with Prime Minister Kong. On behalf of American people, i conveyed our deepest condolences, especially the vitims and their families and i offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance that is needed. We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan and another's on its way. We also have a ship on route to Mariana Island to assist as needed. The defence department are working to account for all military personnel in Japan. US Embassy personnel in Tokyo has moved to an outside location. And the state department is working to account for the assest any or all American citizens who are in the country.
Tsunami warnings ...they should cross the Pacific and we've already seen the initial waves from the tsunami came ashore on Guang and another US territories in Alaska, in Hawaii as well as along the west coast. Here in United States, there hasn't been any major damages so far, but we are taking this very seriously, and we are monitering the situation very closely.  Fima is fully activated and its court mainly of state and of local officials to support these regions as necessary.
And allow me to stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. Today is vence of remind us how fragile life can be. Our hearts go out to our friends in Japan and across the region, and we are gonna stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.


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Before I begin, I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today. First and foremost, our thoughts in our prior are with the people of Japan. It is a potentially catastrophic disaster. And the imagines of the destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking. Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies. And this morning, I spoke with premier Kang. On behalf of American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences, especially the victims and the families, and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed. We currently have an American craft carrier in Japan and another is on its way. We also have a ship in ***** to assist as needed. The defense premier is working to account for all our military personnel in Japan. US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location. And the state apartment is working to account for ***, any at all American citizens were in the country. Tsunami warning has been issued across the Pacific. We’ve already seen *** waves from the tsunami come ashore on *** and another US territory in Alaska, Hawaii, as well as along the western coast. Here in United States, there haven’t been any major damages so far. But we are taking this very seriously and we are monitoring the situation very closely. *** is fully activated and accord with state and local officials to support these regions as necessary. Let’s me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. Today’s events just remind us that how fragile that life can be. Our hearts go out to our friends in Japan across the region, and we are ganna stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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[Homework]2011-03-14 奥巴马针对日本地震的讲话

   Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today. First and foremost, our thoughts and our prayers are with the people of Japan. This is a potentially catastrophic disaster, and the images of destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heartbreaking. Japan is of course one of our strongest and closest allies, and this morning I spoke with Prime Minister Kan. On behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences, especially the victims and their families, and I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed. We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan, and another is on its way. We also have a ship en route to the Marianas Islands to assist as needed. The Defence Department is working to account for all our military personnel in Japan. US embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an offside location, and the State Department is working to account for and assist any and all American citizens who are in the country. Tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific, and we've already seen initial waves from the tsunami come ashore on Guam and other US territories, in Alaska and Hawaii as well as on, along the west coast. Here in the United States, there hasn't been any major damage so far, but we are taking this very seriously, and we are monitoring the situation very closely. Fema is fully activated and is coordinating with state and local officials to support these regions as necessary. Let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. Today's events remind us of just how fragile life can be. Our hearts go out to our friends in Japan and across the region, and we are going to stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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Before I begin I want to say a few words about the terrible earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan earlier today. First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan. This  potentially catastrophic disaster and images of destruction and flooding coming out of Japan are simply heart-breaking. Japan is, of course, one of our strongest and closest ? allies. And this morning I spoke with Prime Minister ?. On behalf of the American people, I conveyed our deepest condolences, especially the victims and families. And I offered our Japanese friends whatever assistance is needed. We currently have an aircraft carrier in Japan, and another on its way. We also have a ship and ? toward ? island to assist as needed. The Defense Prime Minister working to account for all our military personnel in Japan. U.S. Embassy personnel in Tokyo have moved to an outside location. And the state department is working to account for and assist any and all American citizens who are in the country. Tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific. And we've already seen the initial waves from tsunami coming ashore on Guam and other U.S. territories, in Alaska, and Hawaii, as well as on, along the west coast. Here, the United States, there hasn’t been any major damage so far. But we are taking this very seriously, and we are monitoring the situation very closely. Fema is fully activated and is coordinating with state and local officials to support these regions as necessary. Let me just stress that if people are told to evacuate, do as you are told. Today’s events remind us of just how fragile life can be. Our hearts go out to our friends, Japan and across the region. And we are going to stand with them as they recover and rebuild from this tragedy.
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