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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第20期(2009年7月15日)

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VAN ALLEN 站长引言:听写训练是提高听力最为有效的方式之一,UNSV.COM 发布的 VOA Special English 专题节目资料中,几乎都同时提供节目文稿和配套的MP3录音,是绝佳的听写训练资料。尤其是 World News 专题,内容涵盖今日世界最新时事报道,很多英语爱好者每天听 World News 了解世界大事。同时,World News 专题节目也是大多数高校英语专业学生的必听资料。

然而,World News 专题却只有节目MP3录音,没有配套的标准文本。很多人觉得这很遗憾,但事实上,它巧妙地为我们提供了一次更好地学习和互动的机会——参与World News 听写 PK大赛活动。此项赛事,要求所有参赛者提交自己的原创听写稿。正因为没有“标准答案”可供参考,所以World News 听写 PK大赛才具可行性。举办World News听写PK大赛旨在帮助网友加强学习交流,提高学习兴趣,丰富网站活动,欢迎各位英语爱好者积极参与!

八月捕蝉发言:首先对大家能积极参与这个栏目,我代表网站表示深深的感谢! 对于大家的建议,我虚心采纳。我的总结稿里面也有很多不合适的地方,大家如果有意见,欢迎发帖,我虚心接受并改正。 我与大家一样,不过是一名英语爱好者,参加评比的当中不乏高手,有的水平远远在我之上。我也曾经在英语学习的过程中饱受着酸甜苦辣! 其实评比只是鼓励一种形式,只要大家喜欢这个栏目,我会努力在以后的工作中,更加细心,把栏目做得更好。

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World News 听写PK大赛规则

1、UNSV.COM 的所有级别的会员(普通会员,实名会员,高级会员)都可以参与;
2、听写PK每周举办一次,周一开始,周五结束,周六公布最终听写总结稿;
3、听写PK的素材是World News - July 15th, 2009的听写素材(节目总时长10分钟);
4、参赛者在当期PK赛期间(周一至周五),可以随时以“回复此帖子的形式”发布自己的听写稿。独立完成至少1个完整新闻片断听写的参赛者,即可获得评选资格,听写的新闻片断越多,听写质量越高,评选名次就会越好。每期比赛多次发布听写稿的参赛者,只认可第一次发布的成绩;直接在他人的基础上进行听写整理出来的不参加评比,但整理出色的,可评特别贡献奖;
5、每周六完成评选。评出一等奖1名,奖励积分500;二等奖2名,各奖励积分300;三等奖3名,各奖励积分200。另设特别贡献奖若干名,根据实际情况评奖。

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  第1楼 作者:michael-wjx 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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  第2楼 作者:michael-wjx 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

 WORLD NEWS 听写PK(第20期)- July 15th, 2009 –原创

It is 23:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English

 

In the United States Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor faced a second day of questioning at her Confirmation Hearings. Republican Party Senators are concerned about her judicial believes and questioned how she will make decisions. The Republican Senators feel that Sotomayor will be an activist justice instead of one who follows the law. She told the Senator Judicial Committee the job of judge is to follow the law not make it. Ms. Sotomayor also says she does not think any racial or ethnic group is better than any other when they come to making wise judgments. She was explaining at comment she made that the wise Latina might make better decisions than the white man without the same life experiences. Ms. Sotomayor says she made the comment years ago to excite the group she was talking to.

 

The United States Department of Defense says it is changing the operations of some troops been deployed to Iraq. The Department of Defense says the changes will show the new importance of supporting Iraqi troops. Spokesman Bryan Whitman said four of seven groups going to Iraq will operate as “advisory and assistance brigades” not as brigade combat teams. He said these groups will help extra-military engineers, civilian specialists and top of officers to work cooperatively with Iraq officers. In other news an American military commander in Southern Iraq says most Shiite militia groups in the area are receiving much less supports from Iran. Colonel Burch Kiewenran says the Shiite militias are no longer the threat that they once were. 

 

Iranian state media say President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be sworn in for his second term the first week of August. Parliament’s first deputy speaker announced the ceremony Tuesday. The sworn in is to be held a day after Iran Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei confirms the president. Demonstrations began after Mr. Ahmadinejad won his June reelection by a large of majority. The other news defeated presidential candidate Mir hossein Mousavi plans to begin a political reform group. His assistance says the group will oppose the political establishment.

 

An American military commander says United States and South Korean Forces are ready to answer any North Korean attacks. General Walter Sharp said he believed that the jointed forces could defeat any possible North Korean land invasion or missile attack. General Sharp is the commander of the United States forces in South Korea. He spoke to reporters by video from New York City. North Korea has stopped taking part in international talks and ending its nuclear weapons program.

 

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor has given evidences for the first time as his war crime trial in the Lebanon. The former President told the Special tribunal for Sierra Leone that case against him is based on lies. He says it is very; very bad the lawyers for the court with depend on what he called misinformation and stories about his part in Sierra Leone’s ten-year civil war. He also talked about his 14 children when he said he has for all his life to do what he thought was right. Charles Taylor is accused of supporting the Revolutionary United Front in Sierra Leone. Court lawyers say he secretly gave weapons to the group in exchange for what they called “blood diamonds.”

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English

 

The President of Costa Rica says talks and the ending of political crisis in Honduras will restart on Saturday. President Oscar Arias is negotiating talks on the crisis over the ouster of the Honduran President Manuel Zelaya. The Costa Rican President urged Mr. Zelaya to give the negotiations more times. On Monday Mr. Zelaya said he will consider the negotiations are failure if he is not return to office with in a week. The Honduran military ousted Mr. Zelaya and sent him into exile Costa Rica on June 28th. The United States and the Organization of American States have called for Mr. Zelaya to be permitted to return to office.

 

Talks between the United States and Cuba have restarted after six years. Representatives from the two nations met Tuesday in New York to discuss how best to carry out the safe, legal and orderly movement of the people between the two countries. The State Department later released the statement about the American delegates. It says the delegates discuss areas of successful cooperation in migration and identify issues that have brought the four operations of migration agreements.

 

Two French security advisors were kidnapped from a hotel in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu on Tuesday. Witnesses say at least 10 gunmen raid the Sahafi Hotel, disarmed Hotel guards and took the two men from their rooms. At first the kidnap men resort to be news reporters, later the French foreign ministry says they were on an official visit and providing help in security issues to Somali’s temporary government.

 

The French government has condemned the beating of ten women in Sudan. Sudanese officials accused the women a violating law by wearing trousers instead of traditional women clothing. The French ministry urged Sudanese officials not to take legal action against three other women who faced the same charges. Sudanese police arrested the 13 women Friday in the city of Khartoum, one of the three women who chose to fight her case in court works for the UN office in Sudan. The ten others will beating and ordered to pay about $120 for violating Islamic law.

 

And the Chinese government is dismissing reports that unrest involving Muslim Uighurs could harm its relations with Islamic countries. A foreign ministry spokesman said the unrest with not results of religious differences.

 

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour

 

President Obama Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor is facing a second-day of questioning at her Confirmation Hearings.  

 

Two French security advisors were kidnapped from a hotel in Mogadishu on Tuesday.  

 

And Iranian state media say President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be sworn in for his second term the first week of August.

 

That’s the news in VOA special English from Washington                         

 

3楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 23:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English. 

 

In the United States Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor faced a second day of questioning at her Confirmation Hearings. Republican Party Senators are concerned about her judicial beliefs and questioned how she would make decisions. The Republican Senators fear that Sotomayor would be an activist justice instead of one who follows the law. She told the Senator Judicial Committee the job of judge is to follow the law not make it. Ms. Sotomayor also said she does not think any racial or ethnic group is better than any other when they come to making wise judgments. She was explaining at comment she made that a wise Latina might make better decisions than the white man without the same life experiences. Ms. Sotomayor said she made the comment years ago to(get) excite the group she was talking to.

 

The United States Department of Defense says it is changing the operations of some troops being deployed to Iraq. The Department of Defense says the changes will show the new importance of supporting Iraqi troops. Spokesman Bryan Whitman said four of seven groups going to Iraq will operate as “advisory and assistance brigades” not as brigade combat teams. He said these groups will have extra-military engineers, civilian specialists and top officers to work cooperatively with Iraq officers. In other news an American military commander in Southern Iraq says most Shiite militia groups in the area are receiving much less support from Iran. Colonel Burch Kiewenran says the Shiite militias are no longer the threat that they once were. 

 

Iranian state media say President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be sworn-in for his second term the first week of August. Parliament’s first deputy speaker announced the ceremony Tuesday. The sworn-in is to be held a day after Iran Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei confirms the president. Demonstrations began after Mr. Ahmadinejad won his June reelection by a large of majority. The other news defeated presidential candidate Mir hossein Mousavi plans to begin a political reform group. His assistance says the group will oppose the political establishment.

 

An American military commander says United States and South Korean Forces are ready to answer any North Korean attacks. General Walter Sharp said he believes that the jointed forces could defeat any possible North Korean land invasion or missile attack. General Sharp is the commander of the United States forces in South Korea. He spoke to reporters by video from New York City. North Korea has stopped taking part in international talks aimed at ending its nuclear weapons program.

 

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor has given evidences for the first time as his war crime trial in the Netherlands. The former President told the Special tribunal for Sierra Leone that case against him is based on lies. He said it was very, very bad that the lawyers for the court would depend on what he called misinformation and stories about his part in Sierra Leone’s ten-year civil war. He also talked about his 14 children when he said he had fought all his life to do what he thought was right. Charles Taylor is accused of supporting the Revolutionary United Front in Sierra Leone. Court lawyers say he secretly gave weapons to the group in exchange for what they called “blood diamonds.”

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English

 

The President of Costa Rica says talks aimed at ending the political crisis in Honduras will restart Saturday. President Oscar Arias is negotiating talks on the crisis over the ouster of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya. The Costa Rican President urged Mr. Zelaya to give the negotiations more time. On Monday Mr. Zelaya said he would consider the negotiations are failure if he is not return to office with in a week. The Honduran military ousted Mr. Zelaya and sent him into exile Costa Rica on June 28th. The United States and the Organization of American States have called for Mr. Zelaya to be permitted to return to office.

 

Talks between the United States and Cuba have restarted after six years. Representatives from the two nations met Tuesday in New York to discuss how best to carry out the safe, legal and orderly movement of the people between the two countries. The State Department later released the statement about the American delegates. It said the delegates discussed areas of successful cooperation in migration and identified issues that have blocked the four operations of migration agreements.

 

Two French security advisors were kidnapped from a hotel in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu on Tuesday. Witnesses say at least 10 gunmen raided the Sahafi Hotel, disarmed Hotel guards and took the two men from their rooms. At first the kidnapped men resorted to be news reporters, later the French foreign ministry said they were on an official visit and providing help in security issues to Somali’s temporary government.

 

The French government has condemned the beating of ten women in Sudan. Sudanese officials accused the women of violating law by wearing trousers instead of traditional women’s clothing. The French foreign ministry urged Sudanese officials not to take legal action against three other women who face the same charges. Sudanese police arrested the 13 women Friday in the city of Khartoum, one of the three women who chose to fight her case in court works for the United Nations office in Sudan. The ten others were beaten and ordered to pay about 120 dollars for violating Islamic law.

 

And the Chinese government is dismissing reports that unrest involving Muslim Uigurs could harm its relations with Islamic countries. A foreign ministry spokesman said the unrest was not a result of religious differences.

 

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

 

President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor is facing a second-day of questioning at her Confirmation Hearings.  

 

Two French security advisors were kidnapped from a hotel in Mogadishu on Tuesday.  

 

And Iranian state media say President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be sworn-in for his second term the first week of August.

 

That’s the news in VOA special English from Washington.                        

 

4楼 作者:wengarden 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 23 hour thirty universal time and here is the news in special English.

In the United States Supreme Court nominee () faced a second day of questioning at her confirmation hearings. Republican Party senates are concerned about her judicial beliefs and would question how she would make decisions. The Republic senates fear that Miss () would be an activist of justice instead of one who follows the law. She told the senate judicial committee the job of judge is to follow the law not to make it. Miss () also said she does not think any racial and ethic group is better than any other when it comes to making wise judgments. She was explaining a comment she made that a wise lertina might make better decisions than a whit man without the same life experiences. Miss () says she made the comment years ago to get to excite a group she was talking to.

The United States Department of Defense says it is changing the operations of some troops being deployed to Iraq. The Department of Defense says the changes will show the new importance of supporting Iraq troops. Spokesman () said four of seven groups going to Iraq will operate as advisory and assistant degrees not as () combat team. He said this group will have extra military engineers, civilian specialists and top officers to work cooperatively with Iraq officers.

In other news an American military commander in southern Iraq says most Shii militia groups in the area are receiving much less support from Iran. () says the Shii militias are no longer the threat than they once were.

Iranian state media say president () will be sworn in for his second term the first week of August. Parliament first deputy speaker announced the ceremony Tuesday. The swearing is to be held a day after Iran’s supreme leader () confirms the president. Demonstrations began after Mister () won his June re-election by a large majority. In other news defeated candidate () plans to begin a political reform group. His assistant says the group will oppose the political establishment. An American military commander says United States and South Korean forces are ready to answer any North Korean attacks. General () said he believes that joint forces can defeat any possible North Korean land invasion or missile attack. General () is the commander of the United States forces in South Korea. He spokesto reporters by video in New York city. North Korea has stopped taking part in international talks aimed at endign its unclear weapon program.

Former () president () has given evidence for the first time at his war crime trial in the Netherlands. The former president told the special trial bunerno for () that the case against him is based on lies. He said it was very, very bad that lawyers for the court would depend on what he called miss information and stories about his part in () ten-year civil war. He also talked about his 14 children when he said he had thought all his life to do what he thought was right. () is accused of supporting the  Revolutionary United Front in (). Court lawyers say he secretly gave weapons to the group in exchange for what they call blood diamonds.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

The president of () says talks aimed at ending the political crisis in Honduras will restart Saturday. President () is negotiating talks on the crisis over the ousted the Honduran president (). The () president urged Mister () to give the negotiations more time. On Monday Mister () said he would consider the negotiations a failure if he is not returned to officer within a week. The Honduran military ousted Mister () and sent him in exile in () on June, 28th. The United States and the organization of American States have called for Mister () to be permitted to return to office.

Talks between the United States and Cuba have restarted after six years. Representatives from the two nations met Tuesday in New York to discuss how best to carry out the safe, legal and orderly movement of people between the two countries. The state department later released a statement about the American delegates. It said the delegates discussed areas of successful cooperation in migration and identified issues that have blocked the full operation of migration agreements.

Two French security advisers were kidnapped from a hotel in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Tuesday. Witnesses say at least 10 gunman raided the () hotel. Disarmed hotel guards, took the two men from their rooms. At first the kidnapped men were thought to be news reporters. Later the French foreign ministry said they were on an official visit and providing help for in security issues to Somalia’s temporary government. The French government has condemned the beating of ten women in Sudan. Sudanese government accused the women violating law by wearing trousers instead of traditional woman’s clothing. The French foreign ministry urged the Sudanese’s officials not to take legal action against the three other women who faced the same charge. Sudanese police arrested the 13 women Friday in the city of Kartom. One of the three women who chooses to fight her case in court works for the United Nations office in Sudan. The ten others were beaten and ordered to pay one hundred twenty dollars for violating Islamic law.

And the Chinese government is dismissing reports that unrest involving Muslim Uigurs could harm its relations with Islamist countries. The foreign ministry spokesman said the unrest was not result of relgious difference.

And now briefly here again is the major news of the hour.

President Obama’s supreme court nominee () is facing asecond day of questioning at her confirmation hearings.

Two French security advisers were kidnapped from a hotel in Mogadishu on Tuesday.

And Iranian state media say president () will be sworn in for his second term the first week of August.

That’s news in special English from Washington.

  第5楼 作者:michael-wjx 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
The President of Costa Rica says talks and the ending of political crisis in Honduras will restart on Saturday:应该是 aimed,特此更正。
7楼 作者:Miss Hour 创建: <编辑>  <引用>
哈哈 我考好试啦,周一开始我就在这里露露脸。各位请指教,小妹水平低。 暑假也要听写的,各位多多支持听写赛。
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