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 2021-07-15

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[BBC] BBC 2021-07-15

BBC 20210715

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 2021-07-15

BBC news

South Africa has announced a ten fold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former president Jacob Zuma. Up to 25,000 soldiers have been sent on the street of xx in xx provinces. The leader of South Africa xx said six days of looting has brought shame on the entire country.


The authorities in the Ethiopia's xx region said they will go on the offensive against forces from neiboughing Tigray potentially opening up a phase in eight months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the xx who are advancing on xx territory.


The European Unions have announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emmissions to net zero by the year 2050. They include ending the sale of new petral cars by 2035, and imposing new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel.


People from both sides of the political divide have critised the British governments to stop persecutions of all crimes commited in Northern Island before 1998 peace agreement. Victimes group said a blanket amnisty covering all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous.



The US government has demanded the immediate release of people detained during the protest which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 have been detained in the capital Havana and many others elsewhere.


The World Health Organization has warned of potentially catastrophical consequences in the middle east from a surge of covid infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of xx next week. The rising cases have been driven by the spread of the Delta viariant and low vaccination rates.


The US Justice Department has criticised the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastic team Larry Nasa. Reports say FBI have failed to response to the alligations where the serious urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.


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
South Africa has announced a ten fold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former president J. Up to 25,000 soldiers are to be sent on the streets of Q and K provinces. The leader of South Africa Zulu said 6 days of looting had brought shame on the entire country.

The authorities in the Ethiopia's H region said they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tigray, potentially opening up a phase in 8 months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the Tigrians who are advancing on H-held territory.

The European Unions have announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2050. They include ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035 and imposing new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel.

People from both sides of the political divide have criticized the British governments to stop persecutions of all crimes committed in Northern Island before 1998 peace agreement. Victim groups said a blanket amnesty covering all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous.

The US government has demanded the immediate release of people detained during the protest which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 have been detained in the capital H and many others elsewhere.

The World Health Organization has warned of potentially catastrophic consequences in the Middle East from a surge of Covid infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of Eid al-Adha next week. The rise in cases is being driven by the spread of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates.

The US Justice Department has criticized the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastic team L. Reports say that the FBI have failed to response to the allegations with the seriousness and urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.
实现无障碍英语沟通

[Homework]BBC 2021-07-15

BBC news with David Harper
South Africa has announced a tenfold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former President Jacob Zuma. Up to 25,000 soldiers are to be sent on the streets of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces. The leader of South Africa Zulu said 6 days of looting had brought shame on the entire country.


The authorities in Ethiopia’s Amhara region say that they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tigray, potentially opening up a new phase in 8 months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the Tigrayans who are advancing on Amhara-held territory.  


The European Union has announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2050. They include ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035 and imposing new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel.


People from both sides of the political divide have critisied the British government’s plans to stop prosecutions of all crimes committed in Northern Ireland before 1998’s peace agreement. Victim groups said a blanket amnesty covering all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous.


The US government has demanded the immediate release of people detained during the protest which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 had been detained in the capital Havana and many others elsewhere.


The World Health Organization has warned of potentially catastrophic consequences in the Middle East from a surge of covid infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of Eid al Adha next week. The rising cases is being driven by the spread of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates.


The US Justice Department has critisied the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastics team, Larry Nassar. Reports say that FBI had failed to response to the allegations with seriousness and urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.
BBC news
                                                   
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
South Africa has announced a ten-fold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former president Jzuma,upto 25,000 soldiers to be sent on the streets in Q town,C provinces.The leader of South Africa zulu says 6 days of looting have bought/brought/ shame on the entire country.

The authorities in Ethiopia's U region say they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tgray,potentially opening up a new phase in 8 months of civil war,troops have been rallied to counter the TGiguriance who are advancing on H held territory.

The EU has announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to next/NET/ zero by the year 2015,they include ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035,and imposing new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel.

People from both sides of the political divide have criticized the British government's plans to stop prosecutions of all crimes committed in Nothern Ireland before 1998 peace agreement,victims groups said blanket Amnesty covering  all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous

The US government has demanded immediate release of people detained during the protest which swept cuba on Sunday,local activists said at least 65 have been detained in the Capital Havana and many others elsewhere.

The World Health organization has warned of potentially catstrophic consequences in the mideast from the surge of covid infections,ahead of Muslim celebration of E next week,
the rising cases is been driven by the spread of the Delta variant,and low vaccination rates.

The US justice department has criticized the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastic team NN,reprorts  said the FBI had failed to response to the allegations [news:/s/01:52.6-01:55.3]  with the seriousness and urgency required  ,the FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.
BBC news with David Harper.

South Africa has announced to a ten fold increase in number of troops be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former President Jocob Zuma. Up to 25,000 soldiers are to send on the streets of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng Province. A leader of South Africa Zulu said six days of looting had brought shame in entire country.

The authorities in Ethiopian Amhara region said they will go on offensive against forces from neighboring Tigray, potentially opening up a new phrase in eight months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the Tigrayans who are advancing on Amhara-held territory.

The European Union has announced an ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2050. They included ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035 and imposing  new tax on shopping and aviation fuel.

People from both size of political divided had criticized the British government’s plans to stop prosecutions of all crimes committed in Northern Ireland before 1998’s peace agreement. Victim groups said a blanket amnesty covering all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous.

The US government has demanded the immediate release of people detained during the protest which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 had been detained in the capital Havana and many others elsewhere.

The World Health Organization has warned of potentially catastrophic consequences in the Middle East from a surge of covid infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of Eid al Adha next week. The rising cases is being driven by the spread of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates.

The US Justice Department has criticized the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastics team, Larry Nassar. Reports say that FBI had failed to response to the allegations with seriousness and urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.

BBC news.
1.   South Africa has announced a ten fold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in respond to wild spread violence sparking by the jailing of the former president J.Zuma. Up to 25,000 soldiers had been sent on the streets of Q.and K provinces. The leader of the South Africa Z. said 6 days of looting have brought shame on the entir country.

2.   The authorities in the Ethipoia's A. region said they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tigray, potentially openning up a new phase in eight months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the Tigrays who are advancing on A. territory.

3.    The European Union has announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2050. They include ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035, and imposing new taxs in shipping and aviation fuel.

4.   People from both sides of political divide have criticized the British government's plans to stop prosecutions of all crimes committed in Northern Irish before 1998's peace agreements. Victims groups said a blanket amnesy covering all soldiers and all paramilitary groups is too generous.

5.   The U.S government has demanded immediate release of people detained during the protests which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 have been detained in the capital Havana, and many others elsewhere.

6.   The World Health Organization has warned a potentially catastrophic consequences in the Middle East from a surge COVID infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of Eid al-Adha nest week. The rising cases have been driven by spread of the delta varient and low vaccination rates.

7.   The U.S justice department has accused the FBI investigation into sex abuse allegations against the former doctor of national gymnastic team, N.N. Reports said the FBI has failed to response the allegations with a seriousness urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.
实现无障碍英语沟通
BBC news with David Harper.

South Africa has announced a tenfold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former President Jacob Zuma. Up to 25,000 soldiers are to be sent on the streets of KwaZulu-Natal in Gauteng provinces. The leader of South Africa Zulu said six days of looting had brought shame on the entire country.

The authorities in Ethiopia’s Amhara region say that they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tigray, potentially opening up a new phase in eight months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the Tigrayans who are advancing on Amhara-held territory.  

The European Union has announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2050. They include ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035 and imposing new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel.

People from both sides of the political divide have criticized the British government’s plans to stop prosecutions of all crimes committed in Northern Ireland before 1998’s peace agreement. Victim groups said a blanket amnesty covering all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous.

The U.S government has demanded the immediate release of people detained during the protests which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 had been detained in the capital Havana and many others elsewhere.

The World Health Organization has warned of potentially catastrophic consequences in the Middle East from a surge of Covid infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of Eid al-Adha next week. The rising cases is being driven by the spread of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates.

The U.S Justice Department has criticized the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastics team, Larry Nassar. Reports say that FBI had failed to response to the allegations with the seriousness and urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.

BBC news.
普特听力大课堂
BBC news with David Harper.

South Africa has announced a tenfold increase in the number of troops to be deployed in response to widespread violence sparked by the jailing of the former President Jacob Zuma. Up to 25,000 soldiers are to be sent on the streets of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces. The leader of South Africa’s Zulu said 6 days of looting had brought shame on the entire country.

The authorities in Ethiopia’s Amhara region say that they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tigray, potentially opening up a new phase in 8 months of civil war. Troops have been rallied to counter the Tigrayans who are advancing on Amhara-held territory.  

The European Union has announced ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2050. They include ending the sale of new petrol cars by 2035 and imposing new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel.

People from both sides of the political divide have critisied the British government’s plans to stop prosecutions of all crimes committed in Northern Ireland before 1998’s peace agreement. Victim’s groups said a blanket amnesty covering all soldiers and paramilitary groups is too generous.

The US government has demanded the immediate release of people detained during the protest which swept Cuba on Sunday. Local activists said at least 65 had been detained in the capital Havana and many others elsewhere.

The World Health Organisation has warned of potentially catastrophic consequences in the Middle East from a surge of COVID infections ahead of the Muslim celebration of Eid al Adha next week. The rising cases is being driven by the spread of the Delta variant and low vaccination rates.

The US Justice Department has critisied the FBI investigation into sexual abuse allegations against the former doctor of the national gymnastics team, Larry Nassar. The report said that FBI had failed to respond to the allegations with seriousness and urgency required. The FBI has acknowledged shortcomings.

BBC news.
返回列表