只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[BBC] BBC 2021-07-27

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[BBC] BBC 2021-07-27

BBC 20210727

user posted image

【电信2】下载 Download mp3

普特在线文本比较普特在线听音查字普特在线拼写检查普特文本转音频

支持普特英语听力就多多发帖吧!您们的参与是对斑竹工作最大的肯定与支持!如果您觉得还不错,推荐给周围的朋友吧~

[Homework]BBC 2021-07-27

BBC news

A night-time curphew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspencion of parliament on Sunday. President xx has denied accusitions by the biggest political parties xx that he's carried out a coup. He insisted he had acted according to the Constitution.


President Biden has confirmed that US troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by the Iraqi prime minister xx. Iranian-backed militia group in Iraq has bitterly opposed the American military presence.


Tansania's main opposition leader xx has been charged with terrorism related crimes. He was arrested last week along with ten colleagues from his xx party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for the constitutional reforms.


14 civilians are reported to have been  killed by armed man on motorbikes in xx. It's not known who carried out the attack in xx region but islamist militans are active in the area.


Leading scientists have warned that mega heat waves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century unless carbon emmissions are urgently reduced. The inter-governmental panel on climate change is meeting on scietific reports on global warming.


The authorities in the US state of Florida has announced the remains of the last person to be discovered following the collaps of a sea-front apartment block a month ago has been identified. 98 people were killed when champoinling tower south came down.


Balivia has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President xx says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It's due to complete within three years.


An xx  activist xx has become Canada's first indigenous woman to hold the post of governor general. At the swear-in ceremony she promised to building bridges between Canada's diversed cultures.


BBC news

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
BBC News with Daniel *.

A night-time curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspension of parliament on Sunday. President * has denied accusations by the biggest political party, *, that he's carried out a coup. He insisted he acted according to the constitution.

President Biden has confirmed that U.S. troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by the Iraqi Prime Minister *. Iranian-backed militia groups in Iraq have bitterly opposed to the American military presence.

Tanzania’s main opposition leader xx has been charged with terrorism related crimes. He was arrested last week along with ten colleagues from his * party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for constitutional reforms.

14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Niger. It's not known who carried out the attack in the * region, but Islamist militants are active in the area.

Leading scientists have warned that mega heat waves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century unless carbon emissions are urgently reduced. The intergovernmental panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.

The authorities in the U.S. state of Florida has announced that the remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a seafront apartment block a month ago has been identified. 98 people were killed when * tower south came down.

Bolivia has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President xx says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It's due for completion within three years.

An Inuit right advocate Mary * has become Canada's first indigenous woman to hold the post of governor general. At her swearing-in ceremony, she promised to build bridges between Canada's diverse cultures.
实现无障碍英语沟通

[Homework]BBC 2021-07-27

BBC news with Danielle Yaroslavaskaya
A nighttime curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspension of parliament on Sunday. President Kais Saied has denied accusations by the biggest political party Ennahda that he has carried out a coup. He insisted he had acted according to the constitution.


President Biden has confirmed that US troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi. Iranian-backed militia groups in Iraqi have bitterly opposed the American military presence.


Tanzania’s main opposition leader Freeman Mbowe has been charged with terrorism-related crimes. He was arrested last week along with 10 colleagues of his Chadema party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for the constitutional reforms.


14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Niger. It’s not known who carried out the attack in the Tillaberri region. But Islamic militants are active in the area.


Leading scientists have warned that mega heat waves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century unless carbon emissions are urgently reduced. The inter-government panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.


The authorities in the US State of Florida have announced that remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a sea-front apartment block a month ago have been identified. 98 people were killed when Champlain Towers South came down.  


Bolivia has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President Luis Arce says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It’s due for completion within three years.


An Inuit rights advocate Mary Simon has become Canada’s first indigenous woman to hold the post of governor general. At her swearing-in ceremony, she promised to building bridges between Canada’s diverse cultures.
                                                   
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
A nighttime curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspension of the parliament on Sunday,president KS has denied accusations by the biggest Political party A that he has carried out a coup,he insisted he'd acted according to the constitution.

President Biden has confirmed the US troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year,he was speaking during a visit to the WhtieHouse by the Iraqi Prime minister MO ,Iranian backed militia groups in Iraq have bitterly opposed to the American military presense.

Tansanian's main opposition leader FreeM has been charged with terrorism related crimes,he was arrested last week along with ten colleagues from his T party,they were planning to hold rallies calling for the constitutional reforms.

14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Nesia,it's not known who carried out the attck in the T region,but Islamist militants are active in the area.

Leading scientists have warned that mega heave waves could become upto 20 times more common in the second half of the century,unless carbon emissions are urgently reduced.The intergovernmental panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.

The authorities in the US state of Florida have announced that the remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a seafront department block a month ago have been identified,98 people were killed when Tramplay tower s came down.

Bolivian has begun building its first nuclear reactor,Prsident LS says the plant will be  used for peaceful purposes.It's due for completing within 3 years   .

An Inuact right advocates MS has become Canada's first indinenous woman to hold the post of governor general,at her swearin ceremony she promised to biuid briges between Canada's diverse cultures.
BBC news with Danielle Jalowiecka.

A nighttime curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspension of parliament on Sunday. President Kais Saied has denied accusations by the biggest political party Ennahda that he has carried out a coup. He insisted he had acted according to the constitution.

President Biden has confirmed that U.S troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi. Iranian-backed militia groups in Iraqi have bitterly opposed the American military presence.

Tanzania’s main opposition leader Freeman Mbowe has been charged with terrorism-related crimes. He was arrested last week along with 10 colleagues in his Chadema party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for the constitutional reforms.

14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Niger. It’s not known who carried out the attack in the Tillabéri region. But Islamic militants are active in the area.

Leading scientists have warned that mega heat waves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century, unless carbon emissions are urgently reduced. The inter-government panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.

The authorities in the U.S State of Florida have announced that remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a sea ront apartment block a month ago have been identified. 98 people were killed when Champlain Towers South came down.  

Bolivia has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President Luis Arce says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It’s due for completion within three years.

An Inuit rights advocate Mary Simon has become Canada’s first indigenous woman to hold the post of governor general. At her swear-in ceremony, she promised to building bridges between Canada’s diverse cultures.
BBC news with Danielle Yaroslavaskaya

A nighttime curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspension of parliament on Sunday. President Kais Saied has denied accusations by the biggest political party Ennahda that he has carried out a coup. He insisted he had acted according to the constitution.

President Biden has confirmed that U.S. troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa al-Kadhimi. Iranian-backed militia groups in Iraqi have bitterly opposed the American military presence.

Tanzania’s main opposition leader, Freeman Mbowe, has been charged with terrorism-related crimes. He was arrested last week along with 10 colleagues of his Chadema party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for the constitutional reforms.

14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Niger. It’s not known who carried out the attack in the Tillaberri region but Islamic militants are active in the area.

Leading scientists have warned that mega heat waves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century unless carbon emissions are urgently reduced. The inter-government panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.

The authorities in the U.S. State of Florida have announced that remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a sea-front apartment block a month ago have been identified. 98 people were killed when Champlain Towers South came down.  

Bolivia has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President Luis Arce says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It’s due for completion within three years.


An Inuit rights advocate Mary Simon has become Canada’s first indigenous woman to hold the post of Governor General. At her swearing-in ceremony, she promised to build bridges between Canada’s diverse cultures.
实现无障碍英语沟通
BBC news with Daniel Yaluyasga.

A night-time curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for next month following the suspension of parliament on Sunday. President Kais Saied has denied accusations by the biggest political party Ennahda that he's carried out a coup. He insisted he had acted according to the Constitution.

President Biden has confirmed that the US troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi. Iranian-backed militia groups in Iraq have bitterly opposed the American military presence.

Tanzania's main opposition leader Freeman Mbowe has been charged with terrorism related-crimes. He was arrested last week along with ten colleagues in his Chadema Party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for constitutional reforms.

14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Niger. It's not known who carried out the attack in the Tillaberi region, but Israeli militants are active in the area.

Leading scientists have warned that mega-heatwaves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century unless carbon missions are urgently reduced. The inter-government or panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.

The authorities in the US state of Florida has announced that remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a sea-front apartment block a month ago had been identified. 98 people were killed when Champlain Towers South came down.

Bolivia has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President Luis Arce says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It's due to complete within three years.

An Inuit rights advocate Mary Simon has become the Canada's first indigenous woman to hold the post of governor general. At her swearing-in ceremony, she promised to build bridges between Canada's diverse cultures.
普特听力大课堂
1
A night-time curfew has been ordered in Tunisia for the next month following the suspension of Parliament on Sunday. President K--- has denied accusations by the biggest political party --- that he’d carried out a coup. He insisted that he’d acted according to the Constitution.

2
President Biden has confirmed the US troops will end their combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year. He was speaking during a visit to the White House by Iraqi prime minister Mustfa---. Iranian-backed militia groups in Iraq have bitterly opposed the American military presence.

3
Tanzania’s main opposition leader F--- has been charged with terrorism-related crimes. He was arrested last week along with ten colleagues from his T--- Party. They were planning to hold rallies calling for constitutional reforms.

4
14 civilians are reported to have been killed by armed men on motorbikes in Niger. It’s not known who carried out the attack in the T--- region but Islamist militants are active in the area.
Islamic, Islam, Islamist,

5
Leading scientists have warned that mega heat waves could become up to 20 times more common in the second half of the century unless carbon emissions are urgently reduced. The intergovernmental panel on climate change is meeting to review scientific reports on global warming.

6
The authorities in the US state of Florida have announced that the remains of the last person to be discovered following the collapse of a seafront apartment block a month ago have been identified. 98 people were killed when C--- Tower South came down.

7
The Libya has begun building its first nuclear reactor. President L--- says the plant will be used for peaceful purposes. It’s due for complete within three years.

8
An Innuit rights advocate M--- has become Canada’s first indigenous woman to hold the post of Governor General. At her swearing-in ceremony, she promised to build bridges between Canada’s diverse cultures.
返回列表