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本帖最后由 gengbart 于 2020-9-19 09:14 编辑

BBC News with Aaron *.

The World Health Organization has warned countries in the northern Hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over the coming winter. Doctor Mike *, the head of the WHO’s emergencies program said that the disease wasn’t going away.

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country is now seeing a second wave of Covid-19, but the government still wants to avoid another full scale lockdown. The estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.

The Spanish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst affected areas of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike in infections. Some 850,000 people will be affected. The Netherland has also warned the virus is making the comeback.

Donald Trump has said he expects coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historic progress has been made with three vaccines which have run the final stages of development.  

The Peruvian President Martin * has given a defiant address to congress ahead of an impeachment voted against him which is due to take place within hours. Mr. * said his conscience was clear and he wouldn’t be quailed. He is accused of misusing public funds and lying as part of a cover-up.

The human rights lawyer * has resigned as Britain special envoy on media of freedom, saying the government has made her position untenable. Miss. * is the third lawyer to resign from a government role over legislation that would break international law by overriding parts of the Brexit withdrawal deal.

The Swedish climate activist * has told her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough as they prepare to revive Friday protests next week. She said the people must do the seemingly impossible to bring climate change under control.  

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-09-19

BBC news with Aaron Safir.


The World Health Organization has warned countries in the north Hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat coronavirus over the coming winter. Dr. Mike Ryan, the head of the WHO's Emergencies Program, said that the disease wasn't going away.


The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country is now seeing a second wave of Covid-19. But the government still wants to avoid another full scale lockdown. The estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.


The Spainish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst infected areas of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike in infections. Some 850,000 people will be infected. The Netherland has also warned the virus is making the comeback.


Donald Trump has said he expects coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historic progress has been made with three vaccines which have run the final stages of development.


The Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra has given a defiant address to congress ahead of an impeachment voted against him which is used to take place within hours. Mr. Vizcarra said his conscience was clear and he wouldn't be coward, he is asscued of misusing public funds and lying as a part of a cover-up.


The human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has resigned as Britain Special Envoy on Media for Freedom, saying the government made her position on untenable. Ms. Clooney is the third lawyer to resign from the government role over legislation that would break international law by overriding part of Brexit withdrawal deal.


The Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg has told to her supporters that even though doing their best was no longer good enough as they prepare to revive Friday protests next week. She said the people must do the seemingly impossible to bring climate change under control.


BBC news.

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[Homework] BBC 2020-09-19

The World Health Organization has warned = countries in the Northern Hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the corona virus over the coming winter, though Michael** the head of the WHO’s emergency’s programmer  said  the disease wasn’t going away.

The British Prime Minister ** has said the country is now seeing a second wave of COVID-19, but the government is still wanting to avoid another full-scale lock down. The estimated daily increase daily new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.

The Spanish authority of tightening restrictions in the worst affected area of Madrid fromMonday to tackle a spiking infections. Some 850,000 people will be affected, benevolence has also warned the virus’s making a comeback.

Donald Trump has said he expects a corona virus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At White House  news conference, he said historical progress has been made with 3 vaccines which are in the final stages of development.

The Peru president Matin Vizcarra has giving 85 address to congress, ahead of pitchmen against him, which is due to place within hours. Mr. Vizcarra said his conscious is clear and wouldn’t be coward. He is accused of using public founds and lying as par of coverup.  

The human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has resigned as Britain’s special envoy on media freedom, saying the government  made her position untenable. Ms. Clooney is the third lawyer  to resign from a government roll, over legislation that could international law by overwriting part of the Britain withdraw deal.

The Swedish climate change activist [name] has told hersupporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough as they prepare to revive Friday protest next week. She said the people must do the seemly impossible to bring climate change under control.
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[Homework]BBC 2020-09-19

1.   The World Health Organization has warned countries in the northern hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over hte coming winter. Doctor Micheal Rayn, the head of the WHO's emergency program, said the disease wasn't going away.

2.   The British prime minsiter, Boris Johnson, has said the country is now seeing a second wave of COVID-19, but the governemnt still wanted to avoid another full scale lockdwon. They estimated daily increasing new  cases in Britain has doubled within a month.


3.   The Spainish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worest affected areas  of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike infections. Some 850,000 people will be affected. The Netherland has also warned that the virus is taking a come back.


4.   Donald Trump has said he expected the coronavirus vaccines to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historical progress had been made with three vaccines which were being in final stages of the developments.


5.   The Peruvian president, Martin Vizcarra, has given a defiant address to Congress ahead of the impeachment vote against him which is due to take place within hours. Mr.Vizcarra said his conscience was clear and he wouldn't be coward. He's accuzed of misusing public funds and lying as part of coverup.


6.   A human rights lawyer, Amal Clooney, has resigned as Britain's special envoy on media freedom, saying the government had made her position untenable. Mrs.Clooney is the third lawyer to resign from a goverment role over legislation that would break international law by overwriting parts of the Brexit  withdrawal deal.


7.   The Swedish climate change activist, Grate Thunberg, has told her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough as they prepared to revive Friday protests nest week. She said people must do teh seemingly possible to bring climate change under control.

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BBC news with Aron Safia.   

The World Health Organization has warned countries in the north Hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over the coming winter. Dr. Mike Ryan, the head of the WHO's Emergencies Program, said that the disease wasn't going away.

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country is now seeing a second wave of Covid-19. But the government still wants to avoid another full-scale lockdown. The estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.

The Spanish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst infected areas of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike in infections. Some 850,000 people will be infected. The Netherlands has also warned the virus is making the comeback.

Donald Trump has said he expects coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historic progress has been made with three vaccines, which have run the final stages of development.

The Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra has given a defiant address to congress ahead of an impeachment voted against him, which is due to take place within hours. Mr. Vizcarra said his conscience was clear and he wouldn't be coward. He is accused of misusing public funds and lying as a part of a cover-up.

The human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has resigned as Britain Special Envoy on Media Freedom, saying the government made her position on untenable. Ms. Clooney is the third lawyer to resign from the government role over legislation that would break international law by overriding part of the Brexit withdrawal deal.

The Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg has told to her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough, as they prepare to revive Friday protests next week. She said the people must do the seemingly impossible to bring climate change under control.

BBC news.

[Homework]BBC 2020-09-19

The WHO has warned the countries in the northern HAMSPHERE they need to do far more to combattle the coronavirus over the coming winter. xx, the head of WHO emergency programme said the disease wasn't going away.

The British Prime Ministry XX has said the country  is now seeing another wave of covid 19 , but the gov still  go to avoid full scale of lock down , the estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain  is doubled within a month.


The Spanish authority is tightening restiction in western affected area  from monday to tackle a spike of affection, some 850,000 people will be affected, the Netherland  also warned the coronvirus will come back.


Dondald trump said he expected the coronavirus vaccine to be avaiable for every american by next april, At a white house news confernce, he said a historical progress being made with 3 vaccines which were at the final stage of development.


The  xx president xxhas given a defiance address to congress ahead of impeachment  aganist which used to take place in xx , xx said his conscience was clear and he wouldnot be .he is accused of misusing public funds and lying as part of the cover up.


The human right author xx has resigned as Britain special envoy on media freedom saying the governement making her position untenable , Ms xx is the third laywer to resign from a govenment role over lesigation could break internation laws by overwriting  the part of  brexit withdrawing  deal.


The Swedish climate change activist told her supporters that  even doing that best was no longer  good enough as they prepare to revivive friday protest next week.she said the people should do this seeming impossible to bring climate change under control.



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[homework]

BBC News with Aaron Safir

The World Health Organization has warned countries in the northern hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over the coming winter. Dr. Mike Ryan, the head of the WHO emergencies program, said that the disease wasn’t going away.

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country is now seeing a second wave of Covid-19, but the government still wanted to avoid another full-scale lockdown. The estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.

The Spanish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst affected areas of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike of infection. Some 850,000 people will be affected. The Netherlands has also warned that the virus is making a comeback.

Donald Trump has said he expects a coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historic progress has been made with 3 vaccines, which are in the final stages of development.

The Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra has given a defiant address to congress ahead of an impeachment vote against him, which is due to take place within hours. Mr. Vizcarra says his conscience was clear and he wouldn’t be coward. He’s accused of misusing public funds and lying as part of a coverup.

A human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has resigned as Britain’s special envoy on media freedom, saying the government has made her position untenable. Ms. Clooney is the 3rd lawyer to resign from a government role over legislation that could break international law by overriding part of the Brexit withdraw deal.

The Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg has told her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough as they prepare to revive Friday protest next week. She said the people must do the seemingly impossible to bring climate change under control.

BBC news.
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本帖最后由 Gr3g 于 2020-9-19 22:23 编辑

Homework
BBC News with [name]
1.      The World Health Organization has warned countries in the north hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over the coming winter. [name] the head of the WHO’s emergency program said the disease wasn’t going away.
2.      The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country is now seeing a second waveof Covid-19 but the government still wanted to avoid another full-scale lockdown. They estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.
3.      The Spanish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst-affected areas of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike in infections. Some 850,000 people will be affected. The Netherlandshas also warned the virus is making a comeback.  
4.      Donald Trump has said he expects the coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American bynext April. At a White House news conference, he said historical progress had been made with three vaccines which are in the final stages of developments.
5.      The Peruvian President[name] has given a defiant address to congress ahead of an impeachment vote against him which is due to take place within hours. Mr [name] said his conscience was clear and he wouldn’t be coward. He’s accused of misusing public fund and lying as part of coverup.
6.      The human rights lawyer [name] has resigned as Britain special envoy on media freedom, saying the government has made her position attainable untenable. Ms [name] is the third lawyer to resign from a government role over legislation that could break international law by overriding part of the Brexit withdrawal deal.
7.      The Swedish climate change activist [name] has told her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough as they prepare to revive Friday protests next week. She said that people must do the seemingly impossible to bring the climate change under control. BBC News.
                                                   
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The human rights lawyer Runny has resigned as Britain special envoy on media freedom saying the government has made her position unattainable(untenable).

[Homework]BBC 2020-09-19

The WHO has warned countries in the north Hemispare that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over the coming winter. Dr. M.. the head of the WHO's emergency program said the disease wasn't going away. The British prime minister B.J. has said the country is now seeing the second wave of the COVID-19, but the government still wants to aviod  another full-scale lockdown. Estimated daily increase in new case in Britain has doubled within a month.
The Spainsh authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst infected areas of M.. from Monday to tackle a spike in infections. Sum of 850 000 people will be infected. The Nertherland has also warned the virus is making the comeback.
D.T. has said he expects the coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historic progress has been made with three vaccines which have run the final stages of the development.
The P.. president ... has given ... adsress congress ahead of the impeachment voted against him, which is due to take place within hours. Mr.. said his consience is clear. And he wouldn't be coward.  He is accused of misusing public funds and lying as a part of the coverup.
The human right lawyer,... has resigned as Britain special .. of freedom, saying the government made her position untenable.  .. is the third lawyer to resign from the government role over legislation that would break international law by overwriting part of Brexit withdrawal deal.
The S.. climate change activist ... has told to her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough, as they prepare to .. Friday protest next week.  She siad the people must do the seemingly impossible to bring the climate change under control.
BBC NEWS.

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[Homework]BBC 2020-09-19

1. The World Health Organization has warned the counties in the north Hemisphere that they need to do far more to combat the coronavirus over the coming winter. Dr McRyan, the head of the WHO's emergencies program said the disease wasn't going away.

2. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the country is now seeing a second wave of COVID-19. But the government still wanted to avoid another full-scale lockdown. The estimated daily increase in new cases in Britain has doubled within a month.


3. The Spanish authorities are tightening restrictions in the worst affected areas of Madrid from Monday to tackle a spike in infections. Some 850,000 people would be infected. The Netherlands has also warned the virus is making a comeback.


4. Donald Trump has said he expects the coronavirus vaccine to be available for every American by next April. At a White House news conference, he said historical progress has been made with three vaccines reaching the final stage of development.


5. The Peruvian President *** has given a defiant address to congress ahead of an impeachment voted against him, which is due to take place within hours. Mr ** said his conscious was clear and he wouldn't be a coward. He's accused of misusing public funds and lying as part of a cover-up.


6. The human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has resigned as Britain special envoy on media freedom, saying the government has made her position untenable. Mrs Clooney is the third lawyer to resign from a government role over legislation that could break the international law by overriding part of the Brexit withdrawal deal.


7. The Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has told her supporters that even doing their best was no longer good enough, as they prepared to revive Friday protests next week. She said the people must do the seemingly impossible to bring climate change under control.




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