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WORLD NEWS听写PK大赛第51期(2010年3月1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 mp3.gif MP3 节目录音下载 (2.86 M) (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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1楼 作者:lovevans 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 00:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English.

Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has appealed for international aid, following a huge earthquake that has killed more than 700 people. She says the number of dead is likely to increase. Rescue workers continue digging through wreckages to find survivors. They believe as many as 50 people are trapped in a collapsed apartment building in Chile's second largest city, Concepcion. The main rescue operation is in that city about 100 kilometers from the center of the 8.8 earthquake. Officials have declared a ( ) to try to stop lawlessness in the area. People have stolen food and electrical devices from damaged stores. Police used tear gas and water cannon against one crowd at a food market. Ocean waves caused by Chile's huge earthquake have reached the coasts of Japan and Russia, but the tsunamis were smaller than expected and did not cause damage or death. Japan had ordered hundreds of thousands of people to move to higher ground along its eastern coast. It had feared waves of up to three meters high. Tens of thousands of other people also left coastal areas in the Philippines, ( ), ( ), New Zealand and Russia. Japan later eased its warning when one-meter-high waves hit the northern island of Hokkaido. Russia and other countries canceled their warnings after small waves reached the shores, causing no harm. American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is traveling to Latin America. She is expected to show support for the victims of the earthquake in Chile, and she is expected to seek support from Brazil for restrictions against Iran. Secretary Clinton's trip also includes visits to ( ), ( ) and ( ).

Iran's supreme leader says the United States and its western allies are responsible for the United Nations Nuclear Agency’s claim that Iran may be making nuclear weapons. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei spoke on television in Iran. He said the International Atomic Energy Agency lacks independence and easily influenced by the United States. It claimed the United States, Britain and Israel are always trying to cause disputes to dishonor Iran. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran is working to produce atomic energy for civilian purposes. The IAEA began discussions Monday about its latest report on Iran. The report says the Iranian government may be working to develop a nuclear weapon for a missile.

Police in Dubai said they now know how the recent murder of a Hamas commander was carried out. The police said Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was first drugged with a powerful medication used in operations. Then they said a pillow was put over his face so he could no longer breathe. Police said they believe the Israeli Spy Agency, Mossad, paid attackers to kill the Hamas commander. Police have arrested at least two Palestinians in Jordan in connection with the killing and surrendered them to Dubai.

Four Israeli police officers and at least twelve Palestinian protesters were wounded in clashes near al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Police used tear gas and rubber bullets against the protesters. Police said the protesters were throwing rocks at visitors. They said they arrested seven protesters Sunday in connections with ( ) in Jerusalem's old city. The area is also home to the Western world which is the holiest place in Jewdism.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

In Afghanistan, officials in ( ) province said a bomb explosion has killed ( ) civilians. A local government official says the victims were all traveling together when their vehicle hit a bomb on a road. He said the road is often used by international forces. The official blamed the Taliban for the attack in the ( ) area. International and Afghan troops in the town of ( ) continue to increase their comeback activities. A two-week offensive has almost cleared the town of rebels, so an Afghan administration can take control. However, American defense official warned ( ) remains dangerous, with bombs along roads being the biggest threat.

The government of Thailand has increased security in the capital, Bangkok, after bomb attacks were reported near offices of the country's biggest bank. Unknown attackers threw small bombs at four centers of Bangkok bank Saturday, but only two exploded. No one was hurt, but the explosions caused some damages.

Officials suspect the attacks were in reaction to a tied Supreme Court ruling on Friday against ousted Prime Minister ( ). The court seized about 60% of his wealth. It ruled that Mr.( ) had illegally enriched himself during his five years in office. He was ousted by the military in 2006.

A late winter storm is causing heavy rains and extremely strong winds across Western Europe. At least 45 people have been killed in the storm and more than one million others have lost electric power. The Atlantic Ocean storm hit the coasts of Portugal, Spain and France with eight-meter-high waves. The winds blew as fast as 160 kilometers an hour. Forty people were killed in France. Rivers flooded in Britannic. Weather experts warned of snow slides in the perennials and in the southern outposts.

Finally, in sports news, the Winter Olympic Games are coming to an end in Vancouver, Canada.

In the final event, Canada defeated the United States in overtime to win the gold medal in Man's Hockey. The final score was 3-2. The win gives Canada 14 gold medals. That is the most of any nation in the history of the Winter Games. The United States won a total of 37 medals. That is another Winter Olympics record.

Briefly, here again is the major news of the hour.

Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has appealed for international aid, following the huge earthquake that has killed more than 700 people in her country.

Police in Dubai said they now know how the recent murder of a Hamas commander was carried out.

And four Israeli police officers and at least twelve Palestinian protesters have been wounded in clashes near the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.

That's the news in Special English coming to you from Washington.

2楼 作者:wengarden109191394 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

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

Chili president () appealed for international aid following a huge earthquake that has killed more than 700 people. She says the number of the deaths could likely increase. Rescue workers continued digging  through wreckage to find survivors. They believed as many as 50 people are trapped in a collapsed apartment building in Chili’s second largest city, (). The main rescue operation is in that city about 100 kilometers from the center of the 8.8 earthquake. Officials have declared a curfew to stop lawlessness in the area. People have stolen food and electrical devices from damaged stores. Police used teargas and water-cannons against one crowd at a food market (此处好象是markets).

Ocean waves caused by huge Chili earthquake have reached the coast of the Japan and Russia, but tsunami was smaller than expected and did not cause damage or deaths. Japan had ordered hundreds and thousands of people to move to higher ground along its eastern coast. It had feared of waves of three meters high. Tens of thousands of other people also left coastal areas in the Philippines, Tongo, Sumor, New Zealand and Russia. Japan later eased its warning when the 1.5 waves hit the northern island of (). Russia and other countries cancelled their warnings after small waves reached shores causing no harm.

American secretary of state Hilary Clinton is traveling to Latin America. She is expected to show supports for the victims of the earthquake in Chili and she is expected to seek support from Brazil for restrictions against Iran. Secretary Clinton’s trip also includes visit to () and ().

Iran’s supreme leader says the United States and its western allies are responsible for the United Nations nuclear agency’s claims that Iran may be making nuclear weapons. () spoke on television in Iran. He said the international atomic agency lacks independence and easily influenced by the United States. He claimed the United States, Britain and Israel are always trying to cause disputes to dishonor Iran. () said Iran is working to produce atomic agency for civilian purposes. The IAEA began discussions Monday about its latest report on Iran. The report says the Iranian government may be working to develop a nuclear weapon for a missile.

Police in Dubai say they now know how the recent murder of a Hummus leader was carried out. Police said () was first dragged with powerful medication used in operations. Then they say a pillow was put over his face so he could no longer breathe. Police say they believed the Israeli spy agency paid () to kill (). Police have arrested at least 2 Palestinians in Jordan in connection with the killing and surrendered them to Dubai. 4 Israeli police officers and at least 12 Palestinian protesters were wounded in clashes near () in Jerusalem. Police used teargas and rubber bullets against protesters. Police say the protesters were throwing rocks at visitors. They say they arrested 7 protesters in connection with riots in Jerusalem’s old city. The area is also home to the western wall which is the holist place in Judaism.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.

In Afghanistan officials in () province say a bomb explosion has killed 7 civilians. A local government official says the victims were all traveling together when their vehicle hit a bomb on the road. He said the road was often used by international forces. The official blamed the Taliban for the attack in the () area.

International and Afghan troops in () continue to decrease their combat activity. A two-week offensive has almost cleared the town of rebels so an Afghan administration could take control. However, American defense officials warned () remains dangerous with bombs along with roads being the biggest threat.

The government of Thailand has increased security in the capital Bangkok after bomb attacks were reported near offices of the country’s biggest bank. Unknown attackers threw small bombs at Fore centers of Bangkok Bank Saturday but only two exploded, no one was hurt but the explosions caused some damage. Officials suspect the attacks for in reaction to a tie supreme court ruling on Friday against ousted prime minister (). The court seized about 60 percent of his wealth. It ruled that Mister () had illegally enriched himself during his five years in office. He was ousted by military in 2006.

A late winter storm is causing heavy rains and extremely strong winds across the western Europe. At least 45 people have been killed in the storm and more than one million others have lost electric power. The Atlantic Ocean storm hit the coast of Portugal, Spain and France with eight meter high waves. The wind blew as fast as 160 kilometer an hour. 40 people were killed in France. Rivers flooded in Britaining. Weather report experts warned of snowslides in the () and in the southern ().

Finally in sports news the Winter Olympic Games are coming to an end in (), Canada. In the final event Canada defeated the United States in overtime to win the gold medal in men’s hockey. The final score was three to two. The win give Canada 14 gold medals that is the most of any nation in the history of the Winter Games. The United States won a total of 37 medals that is another Winter Olympic’s recorder.

Briefly Here again is the major news of the hour.

Chilian president () has appealed for international aid following the huge earthquake that has killed more than 700 people in her country.

Police in Dubai say they now know how the recent murder of a Hummus commander was carried out.

And 4 Israeli police officers and at least 12 Palestinian protesters have been wounded in clashes near the () in Jerusalem.

That’s the news in special English coming to you from Washington.

 

  第3楼 作者:思一子 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

It is 00:30 universal time and here is the news in Special English.

Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has appealed for international aid, following the huge earthquake that has killed more than 700 people. She says the number of dead is likely to increase. Rescue workers continue digging through wreckage to find survivors. They believe as many as 50 people are trapped in a collapsed apartment building in Chile's second largest city, Concepcion. The main rescue operation is in that city about 100 kilometers from the center of the 8.8 earthquake. Officials have declared a curfew to try to stop lawlessness in the area. People have stolen food and electrical devices from damage stores. Police used tear gas and water cannon against one crowd at a food market. Ocean waves caused by Chile's huge earthquake have reached the coasts of Japan and Russia, but the tsunamis were smaller than expected and did not cause damage or death. Japan had ordered hundreds of thousands of people to move to higher ground along its eastern coast. It had feared waves of up to three meters high. Tens of thousands of other people also left coastal areas in the Philippines,Tanger, soumer, New Zealand and Russia. Japan later eased its warning when one-meter-high waves hit the northern island of Hokkaido. Russia and other countries canceled their warnings after small waves reached the shores, causing no harm. American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is traveling to Latin America. She is expected to show support for the victims of the earthquake in Chile, and she is expected to seek support from Brazil for restrictions against Iran. Secretary Clinton's trip also includes visits to Uruguay, Costarica and Guatemala.

Iran's supreme leader says the United States and its western allies are responsible for the United Nations Nuclear Agency’s claim that Iran maybe making nuclear weapons. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei spoke on television in Iran. He said the International Atomic Energy Agency lacks independence and it’s easily influenced by the United States. He claimed the United States, Britain and Israel are always trying to cause disputes to dishonor Iran. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Iran is working to produce atomic energy for civilian purposes. The IAEA began discussions Monday about its latest report on Iran. The report says the Iranian government maybe working to develop a nuclear weapon for a missile.

Police in Dubai say they now know how the recent murder of a Hamas commander was carried out. The police said Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was first drugged with a powerful medication used in operations. Then they say a pillow was placed over his face so he could no longer breathe. Police say they believe the Israeli Spy Agency, Mossad, paid attackers to kill the Hamas commander. Police have arrested at least two Palestinians in Jordan in connection with the killing and surrendered them to Dubai.

Four Israeli police officers and at least twelve Palestinian protesters were wounded in clashes near al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Police used tear gas and rubber bullets against the protesters. Police said the protesters were throwing rocks at visitors. They said they arrested seven protesters Sunday in connections with riots in Jerusalem's old city. The area is also home to the western wall which is the holiest place in Judaism.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

In Afghanistan, officials in Haomon province say a bomb explosion has killed 11 civilians. A local government official says the victims were all traveling together when their vehicle hit a bomb on the road. He said the road is often used by international forces. The official blamed the Taliban for the attack in the Norzard area. International and Afghan troops in the town of Norzard continue to decrease their comeback activities. A two-week offensive has almost cleared the town of rebels, so an Afghan administration can take control. However, American defense official warned Norzard remains dangerous, with bombs along roads being the biggest threat.

The government of Thailand has increased security in the capital, Bangkok, after bomb attacks were reported near offices of the country's biggest bank. Unknown attackers threw small bombs at four centers of Bangkok bank Saturday, but only two exploded. No one was hurt, but the explosions caused some damages.Officials suspect the attacks were in reaction to a tied Supreme Court ruling on Friday against ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The court seized about 60% of his wealth. It ruled that Mr. Thaksin had illegally enriched himself during his five years in office. He was ousted by the military in 2006.

A late winter storm is causing heavy rains and extremely strong winds across Western Europe. At least 45 people have been killed in the storm and more than one million others have lost electric power. The Atlantic Ocean storm hit the coasts of Portugal, Spain and France with eight-meter-high waves. The winds blew as fast as 160 kilometers an hour. Forty people were killed in France. Rivers flooded in Britannic. Weather experts warned of snow slides in the perennials and in the southern outposts. 

Finally, in sports news, the Winter Olympic Games are coming to an end in Vancouver, Canada.

In the final event, Canada defeated the United States in overtime to win the gold medal in Man's Hockey. The final score was 3-2. The win gives Canada 14 gold medals. That is the most of any nation in the history of the Winter Games. The United States won a total of 37 medals. That is another Winter Olympics record.

Briefly, here again is the major news of the hour.

Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has appealed for international aid, following the huge earthquake that has killed more than 700 people in her country.

Police in Dubai say they now know how the recent murder of a Hamas commander was carried out.

And four Israeli police officers and at least twelve Palestinian protesters have been wounded in clashes near the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.

That's the news in Special English coming to you from Washington.

老朽不才,病了很久,不尽之处,请指正

 

5楼 作者:Frank Suen 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

关于八月捕蝉的修订稿,总体不错,但也有以讹传讹之处,主要是地名,具体如下(前误后正):

Tanger-Tonga, Soumer-Samoa, Norgzard-Margah, Britannic-Brittany, perennials-Pyrenees, outposts-Alps.

另有个别单复数等小误,此不具述。

以上为个人意见,也不一定正确,仅供参考。

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