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

[文化博览] 【整理】2009-12-04 Smart Travels 香港篇—10

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[文化博览] 【整理】2009-12-04 Smart Travels 香港篇—10

本帖最后由 jmmom 于 2010-1-14 13:43 编辑

Smart Travels 香港行

 


Smart Travels是一档旅游栏目,主持人Rudy Maxa凭借他多年主持旅游节目的经验,为人们提供了许多有益的旅游经验,帮助旅游爱好者制定最佳旅游计划,使每次旅游都成为毕生难忘的经历。Rudy的目标是帮助忙碌的都市人打造既省钱又省时的旅游体验,使旅游悠然又难忘。




user posted image




















电信下载1:
Video download          Mp3 download

电信下载2:
Video download          Mp3 download

网通下载:
Video download          Mp3 download

迅雷高速:
Video download          Mp3 download



版主提示:
一、若是自己的听写稿, 请发帖时标注'Homework'.
二、若是改稿, 请发帖时标注'on 某某人'并在修改处标红.
三、为了达到最快的下载速度,推荐使用迅雷高速下载本站音频/视频材料.

四、欢迎参与口译练习口语模仿在线听写训练普特播客.


【整理稿】--Julie_R


Further east in the New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village. 


This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits, and rival clans.

People living in the walled villages were usually large, extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the village is occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to this spot so that they can hang their wishes on this celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special, colorful paper that’s attached to an orange. Then you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals. Like plumes of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make, that it won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here’s hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. Zuai gin! (最后两个词应该是广东话的再见)

十期smart travel所有整理稿的汇总,请参见http://forum.putclub.com/viewthread.php?tid=108653&page=1&extra=#pid1790212


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

Homework
Further research in New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.
This was the first walled village built by the Tang cline, rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a, defense its wild animals, bandies and rival clines. People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages are occupied by a few dozen residents; many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to turn. .
Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new years, thousands of Hong Kong people make wishes at the spot said they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that attach to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it, to keep it overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts. But the magic is said to be just as powerful.
Hong Kong has so many faces, the * of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals, like blooms of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.
I have one more wish to make, that won’t be long until I’m back to Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa, join again.
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
On 一点水

Further research in New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.


This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan, rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a, defense its wild animals, bandies and rival clans. People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages are occupied by a few dozen residents; many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to turn. .


Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new years, thousands of Hong Kong people make wishes at the spot said they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that attach to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it, to keep it overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts. But the magic is said to be just as powerful.


Hong Kong has so many faces, the * of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals, like blooms of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.


I have one more wish to make, that won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa, join again.
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

切磋技艺,共同进步。
实现无障碍英语沟通

On michacelyang

Further recently in New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.

This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan, rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a, defense its wild animals, bandies and rival clans. People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages are occupied by a few dozen residents; many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to
return. .

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new years, thousands of Hong Kong people make
proper wishes at the spot said they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that attach to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it, to keep it overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts. But the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the * of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals, like blooms of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make, that won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa, join again.
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

一切皆有可能!
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
hw

Further eastern the New Territories we can lock through Lo Wai walled village.
This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan. Walled villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans.
People living in the walled village were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.
Located in the village of Lam Tsuen this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to the spot so that they can hand their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does that work? Well you buy special colorful paper that attached to an orange and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.
Hong Kong has so many faces, the * of downtown streets, the * of little harbors and the many sacred rituals, like plumes and incenses they permeate the senses and leave the memories that linger on.
I have one more wish to make that won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here’s hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. Join again!
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

[Homework]2009-12-04 Smart Travels 香港篇—10

本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2009-12-4 10:55 编辑

On babylonxoxo

Further east in the New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village. This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans. People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages are occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to the spot so that they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that attach to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep it from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts. But the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals. Like looms of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make that it won't be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa, join again.
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

danana 好棒啊!
实现无障碍英语沟通
HW

Further into the New Territories we can walk through low-edged wall village. This was the first wall village built by the Tan Kwan. Wall villages were often built inside protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans.

People living in wall villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today, the village is occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village, looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese new year, thousands of Hong Kong people make pilgrimage to the spot, so they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How is it works? You buy a special colorful paper that attached to an orange. And you write your name and wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces: the cacophony of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors and many sacred rituals, like plums of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make that it won’t be long until I’m back to Hong Kong. Here’s all your travel wishes come true. I’m. Rudy Maxa. Join again.
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

普特听力大课堂

[Homework]2009-12-04 Smart Travels 香港篇—10

本帖最后由 猪仙女 于 2009-12-4 12:22 编辑

Homework

Further east in New Territories, we can walk through XXX walled village.

This was the first walled village built by the Tan clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandies and rival clans.

People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, six hundred people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages are occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to turn.

Located in the village of Lamxing, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to the spot so that they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that's attached to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts. But the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the XXX of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals, like XXX of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make, that won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa, join again.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语
homework
Further eastern in New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.

“This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan, rural villages were often built inside of protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans.”

People living in the wall villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the village was occupied by a few dozen of residents. Many of the younger people leave the village for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to this spot, so that they can hang their wishes in the celebrated _ tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that attach to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from it overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony of down town streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals, like _ of incense, they permeate the sense and leave memories that linger on.

“I have one more wish to make, it won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. _”
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2009-12-4 19:31 编辑

homework


Further eastern in New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village.



“This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan, rural villages were often built inside of protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans.”


People living in the wall villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the village was occupied by a few dozen of residents. Many of the younger people leave the village for work and new opportunities, never to return.



Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage长途追寻 to this spot, so that they can hang their wishes in the celebrated banyan菩提树 tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that attach to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from it overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.


Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony杂音 of down town streets, the solitude孤独 of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals, like blooms of incense, they permeate the sense and leave memories that linger on.


“I have one more wish to make, it won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. Join again”



1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

[Homework]2009-12-04 Smart Travels 香港篇—10

hw

Further eastern the New Territories we can lock through Lo Wai walled village.
This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan. Walled villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans.
People living in the walled village were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.
Located in the village of Lam Tsuen this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to the spot so that they can hand their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does that work? Well you buy special colorful paper that attached to an orange and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, but the magic is said to be just as powerful.
Hong Kong has so many faces, the * of downtown streets, the * of little harbors and the many sacred rituals, like plumes and incenses they permeate the senses and leave the memories that linger on.
I have one more wish to make that won’t be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here’s hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa. Join again




This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语
Further recent  new  territories ,we can walk through know why world village ,this was  the first world village built by ten quienc , world village was offen built by insiders by protecting its war . defense its wild animals and abandons ,and wild plants ,people lived in the world villages ,  were usually large stand families. And one time 600 hundred people crowded into this very small area ,today ,the villages was occupied by a few dozen   residents ,many younger people live in this village were looking for work and new opportunities , never to return ;
Located in this village of  lanmuxing, this wishing tree is said to having magical powers ,during Chinese new years , thousands of  ,Hongkong people make pure reaches    of spark  so that they can  hang their wishes  on this  celebrate vannian tree  
how is work ?Will you buy special colorful  paper with its cash during orange ?and you write your name ,and your wish on it . did it over strangling the tree vanges  ?    visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes  near by wooden posts .
but the magic said to be justidy powerful.
Hongkong has so many faces ,look the café at down streets ,the solitude of little harbors ,and the many secret rich words ,like    of incents ,like permunable , and lead memories that  linger on ,I have one more wish to make ,that it won’t be long until I am back to Hongkong ,here is the hope for your travel will come true ,I am Rudy Maxa    enjoy the game .
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

on danana

Further east in the New Territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village. This was the first walled village built by the Tang clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protective wall as a defense against wild animals, bandits and rival clans. People living in the walled villages were usually large extended families. At one time, 600 people crowded into this very small area. Today the villages are occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of the younger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, never to return.

Located in the village of Lam Tsuen, this wishing tree is said to have magical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make a pilgrimage to the spot so that they can hang their wishes on the celebrated banyan tree. How does it work? Well, you buy special colorful paper that
’s attached to an orange, and you write your name and your wish on it. To keep it from overstraining the tree branches, visitors are encouraged to hang their wishes on these nearby wooden posts. But the magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so many faces, the cacophony of downtown streets, the solitude of little harbors, and the many sacred rituals. Like
plumes of incense, they permeate the senses and leave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish to make that it won't be long until I’m back in Hong Kong. Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I’m Rudy Maxa,
see you again.

1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

新的开始
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
HW



Further east in thenew territories, we can walk through Lo Wai walled village. This was the first walledvillage build by the Tang clan. Rural villages were often built inside a protectivewall as a defence against wild animals, bandits, and rival clans.
People living in the walled villages wereusually large extended families. At one time 600 people crowed into this verysmall area. Today the village is occupied by a few dozen residents. Many of theyounger people leave the village looking for work and new opportunities, neverto return.

Located in the village of Lam ?, this wishing tree is said to havemagical powers. During Chinese New Year, thousands of Hong Kong people make pilgrimage to the spot so that they can hand theirwishes on the celebrated banyan tree.

How does it work? Well,you buy special colourful paper that attached to an orange, then you write yourname and your wish on it. To keep it from overstraining the tree branches,visitors are encouraged to hand their wishes on these nearby wooden posts, butthe magic is said to be just as powerful.

Hong Kong has so manyfaces, the cacophony of down town strees, the solitude of little harbours, and themany sacred rituals, like looms of the incense, they permeate the senses andleave memories that linger on.

I have one more wish tomake that it won’t be long until I am back in Hong Kong.Here is hoping all your travel wishes come true. I am Rudy Maxa, join again.
1

评分次数

  • Julie_R

返回列表