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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

President Trump has said he's prepared to work out of plan talks with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if they are not fruitful. He was speaking at a joint news conference in Florida with the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe. Both men said the maximum pressure must be maintained on Pyongyang over nuclear disarmament. Mr. Abe was also hoping to convince president Trump to drop punitive tariffs on Japanese steel exports. Mr. Trump indicated that Japan won't be excepted from the 25% steel charge announced last month. New search in Australia suggests that marine heat waves that bleached large parts of the grave barrier reef two years was so severe it could fast * of coral. Scientists from Queensland say millions of coral in northern parts of the reef were killed by the rise in sea temperatures.
Queen Elizabeth will open the Common Wealth heads of meeting in London later today for what could be the last time. At nearly 92 years of age, she travels much less and is handing over some official duties to other members of royal family.
The British government says it's considering a ban on plastic straws in cotton * as part of its efforts to tackle plastic waste. The announcement is timed for the Common Wealth summit which over the next two days will discuss what's called a blue charter to safeguard the oceans.
Aviation authorities in the United States have ordered an inspections on a type of * used on more than 8000 Boeing 737s after a mediocre explosion punctured airline window killing a passenger. And an initial investigation found evidences of * were a family-made have broken off.
And the US Senate has passed a new regulation allowing new parents of new born babies to take them into the chamber when they vote. The move comes a week after * became the first seating US senator to give birth.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

1.     President Trump has said he's prepared to work out of plan talks with the North Korean leader Kim Jeong-un if there are not fruitful. He was speaking at the joint news conference in Florida with the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe. Borth men said maximun pressure must be maintained on Pyongyang over nuclear disarmament. Mr.Abe was also hoping to convince president Trump to drop punitive tariffs on Japanses steel exports, But Mr.Trump indicated that Japan won't be a except from the 25% steel surcharge announced last month.

2.    New research in Austrilia suggesta that marine heat waves that bleached large parts of the Great Barrier Reef 2 years ago was so severe that cooked far ? of coral. Scientists from Queensland say millions of coral in northern parts of the reef were killed by the risen sea temperatures.


3.    Queen Elizabeth will open the commonwealth heads of governments meeting in London later today for what could be the last to time. At nearly 92 years of age, she travels much less and is handing over some official duties to other members of royal family.


4.    The British government says it's considering a ban on plastic ? and cotton buds as part of its suffered 2 ? plastic waste. The announcement this time is for a commonwealth summit which over the next 2 days will discuss what's called a blue ? to safeguard the oceans.


5.    Aviation authorities of the United States have orders an inspection on the type of jet engine used on more than 8,000 Beoing 737s after a ? explosion punctured near lines window, killing a passenger. An initial investigation found evidence of metal for ? were found later broken off.


6.    And US senate has passed a new regulation allowing parents of new born babys to take them in the chamber when they vote. The move comes a week after Tamy Dankworse became the first setting US senater to give birth.

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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

homework President Trump has said he is prepared to walk out of the planned talks with the North Korea leader Kim if they are not fruitful.He was speaking at a joint news conference in Florida with the Japanese Prime Minister.Both men said maximum pressure must be maintained on Pingyong over nuclear disarmament. Mr. was also hoping to convince president Trump to drop punitive tarrifs on Japanese steel export. But Mr.Trump indicted that Japan won't be exempt from the twenty-five percent steel surcharge announced last month.
New research in Australia suggests that a marine heat wave that bleached a large part of the Great Barrier reef two years ago was so severe it cooked fast waves of coral. Scientists from Queensland say millions of coral in northern parts of the reef were killed by the rise in sea temperatures.
Queen Elizabeth will open the commonwealth heads of government meeting in London today for what could be the last time. At nearly ninety-two years of age, she travels less and is handing over some  official duties to other members of the royal family.
The British government says it's considering a ban on plastic straws and cotton bags as part of its efforts to tackle plastic waste. The announcement was timed for the Commonwealth Summit, which over the next two days, will discuss what's called a blue charter to safeguard the oceans.
Aviation authorities in the United States have ordered inspections on a type of jet engines used on more than eight thousand Boe737s after a media explosion punctured ? liner's window, killing a passenger. An initial investigation found evidence of metal fatigue or a fan blade have broken off.
And US senate has passed a new regulation allowing parents of new-born babies to take them to the chamber when they vote. The move comes a week after ? become the first sitting US senator to give birth

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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

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President Trump has said he is prepared to work out of planned talks with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if they are not fruitful. He was speaking at a joint news conference in Florida with the Japanese President Shinzo Abe. Both men said maximum pressure must be maintained on Pyongyang over nuclear disarmament. Mr. Abe was also hoping to convince President Trump to drop punitive tariffs on Japanese steel exports. But Mr. Trump indicated that Japan won’t be exempt from the 25% steel surcharge announced last month.

New research in Australia suggested that a marine heat wave that bleached the large parts of the Great Barrier Reef two years ago was so severe that it cooked vast weeds of coral. Scientists from Queensland say millions of corals in northern parts of the reef were killed by the rise in sea temperatures.

Queen Elizabeth will open the commonwealth heads of government meeting in London later today for what could be the last time. Nearly 92 years of age, she travels much less and is handing some official duties to other members of the royalty family.

The British government is considering a ban on plastic straws and cotton buds as part of its efforts to tackle plastic waste. The announcement has timed for other commonwealth summit which over the next two days will discuss what’s called a blue charter to safeguard the oceans.

Aviation authorities in the United States have ordered inspections on a type of jet engine used on more than 8,000 Boeing 737s after a mediate explosion punched near liner’s window killing a passenger. An initiate investigation found evidences of metal fatigue were a fan blade broken off.

And the US Senate has passed a new regulation allowing parents of newborn babies to take them into the chamber when they vote. The move comes a week after Tammy Duckworth became the first seating US senator to give birth.
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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

1. President Trump has said he is prepared to walk out of planned talks with North Korea leader King Jun En if they are not fruitful. He was speaking at a joint news conference in Florida with the Japaness prime minister x Abe. Both men said maximum pressure must be maintained on Pyongyang over nuclear disarmament. Mr Abe was also hoping to convincing president to drop punitive tariffs on Japaness steel exports. Mr Trump indicated Japan woudn't be exempted from the twenty-five percent steel surcharge announce last month.


2. New research in Australia suggests the marine heat wave that bleached a large part of the Great Barrier reef two years ago was so severe it cooked vast weeds of coral. Scientists from Queenland say millions of coral in northern part of the reef were killed by the rise in sea temperatures.


3. Queen Elizabeth will open the commonwealth heads of government meeting in London later today for what could be the last time. At nearly ninety-two years of age, she travels much less and is handing over some official duties to other members of the royal family.


4. The British government says it is considering a ban on plastic strew and cotton bags as part of its effect to tackle plastic waste. The announcement is timed for the commonwealth summit which over the next two days will discuss what's called the blue charter to safeguard the oceans.


5.  Aviation authorities in the United States have ordered inspections on a type of jet engine used on more than eight thousand Boeing 737s after a midair explosion punched a airliner's ? window killing a passenger. And the initial investigation found evidences of metal fatigue were a fan blade broken off.


6. And the US Senate has passed a new regulation allowing parents of newborn babies to take them into the chamber when they vote. The move comes a week after XX became the first seating US senator to give birth.





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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

1.walk out of
2.planned meeting
3.won't be exempted from
4. the Great Barrier Reef
5.cooked
6.cotton buds
7.jet engine
8.middle air
9.near liner's
10.metal fatigue or a fan blade have broken off.金属疲劳
                                                   
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[Homework]BBC 2018-04-20

1.President Trump has said he is prepared to walk out of planned talks with the North Korean leader Kim Jeong-eun if they're not fruitful. He was speaking at a joint news conference in Florida with the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe . Both men said maximum presure must be maintained on Pyongyang over nuclear disarmament. Mr. Abe is also hoping to convince President Trump to drop punitive tariffs on Japanese steel exports. But Mr. Trump indicated that Japan won't be exempted from the 25% steel surcharge announced last month.


2.New research in Australia sugests that a marine heat wave that bleached the large parts of the Great Barrier Reef two years ago was so severe that it cooked fast weeds of coral. Scientists from Queensland say millions of coral in northern part of reef were killed by the risen in sea tempretures.


3.Queen Elizabeth will open the Common Wealth Heads of Government meeting in London later today, for what could be the last time. At nearly 92 years of age,
she travels much less  and is handing over some offlicial duties to other members of royal family.


4.The British government says it's considering a ban on plastic straws in cotton buds as part of its effort to tackle plastic waste. The announcement is timed for the common wealth summit which over the next 2 days will discuss what is called blue charter to safeguard the oceans.


5.Aviation authorities in the United States have ordered inspection on a type of  jet engine used on more than 8000 boeing 737s after an imediate explosion punctured a near liner's window killing a passenger. And the initial investigation found evidences of metal fatigue were a fan blade have broken off.


6. A US senoter has passed a new regulation allowing parents of new born babies to take them into the chamber when they vote. The move comes a week after CD became the first seating US senoter to give birth.

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