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WORLD NEWS --- April 29th, 2010

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WORLD NEWS --- April 29th, 2010

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It is 1:30 univesal time and here is the news in Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on the need for firm action by Greece in its going debt crisis. They also called for timely support for Greece from International Monetary Fund. Greece has been in the negotiations with European Union member countries and the IMF to create a financial rescue plan. In return, Greece is under pressure to reorganize its economy and in act strong controls. A major credit rating agency cut Spain's credit rating by one step Wednesday. The announcement came one day after credit rating for Greece and Portugal were also cut.

In Iraq, a political correlation says it may ask for international intervention to prevent its opponents from seeking to change election results. Iraqiya unofficially won the most seats in the country's parliamentary elections last month. Former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi is head of Iraqiya. Mr. Allawi said the correlation is considering asking international organizations to form a temporary government in Iraq. The organizations include the United Nations Security Council, European Union, Organization of Islamic Conference and the Arab League. Iraqiya said the agencies could help Iraq hold a new parliamentary election in an environment free of what he calls "political manipulation".

American offical say Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has asked for permission to visit the United States. He would like to join an Iranian delegation to a United Nations nuclear conference in New York. A State Department official said the United States has a responsibility as the home of the UN headquarters to except the Iranian leader's visa request. The Iranian delegation is to take part in the conference aimed at starting the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. The conference opens Monday.

The American Defence Department said violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year. The twice yearly report was published Wednesday. It says the rise in violence is mainly because of increases in the number of correlation troops and new offensives. The report also says the number of bomb attacks by militants has increased by 260%. Such attacks killed largest number of Amercian troops. However the report says many Afghan say they feel more secure than they did a year ago.

Palestinian official in the Gaza Strip say an explosion in an underground passage beneath Gaza and Egypt border has killed four Palestinians.  Three others were wounded. The explosion took place Wednesday on the Egyptian side of the border.  It caused the walls of the passage to collapse. The cause of explosion is not clear. Security official say gas or smoke in the passage may have killed the victims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Officials in Mexico say a man from Finland and a Mexican aid worker have been killed in the southern part of the country. The victims were part of an aid group travelling to a village in the state of Oaxaca to meet with a native community. Armed gunmen opened fire on the aid workers near the village of San Juan Copala. Several others travelling with the group including two reporters were reported missing after the attack. The recent for the shooting is not known.

In Somalia, the militant group of Al-Shabab has threatened the Somali service chiefs of  VOA and BBC.  Shiekh Fu'ad Mohammed Khalaf Shongole spoke Friday at a Muslim  (  )  center in Mogadishu. He described the two broadcasting officials as murtadeen or having left behind Islam. The official did not make a direct call for violence. But Al-Shabab's supporters have been known to target people described as murtadeen. The Shiekh also accused two news reporters of using propaganda to mislead Somali Muslims. The head of VOA broadcasting in Africa released statement saying that the Shiekh's comments are incorrect.

Republican Party members of the United States senate say they are ready to begin debate on legislation link to American financial system. The senators have blocked such debate for several days. But the top Republican member of the senate banking committee says the delay is over. He says he has received guarentees from  Democratic Party senators that they will consider Republican amendments to the reform. Debate on the bill is to begin Thursday. The legislation would create the most extensive new controls on American financial organizations since the 1930's.

The United States coastguard has launched a controlled burn of an oil spill in the gulf of Mexico. The aim is to remove large amounts of oil from the surface of the water. The coastguard said the controlled burn would help to protect the coast of Louisiana and local wild life. The oil came from an oil rig that exploded burned and sank last week. The rig is leaking about 158,000 liters oil each day.

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has joined the social networking website Twitter. President Chavez published his first message Tuesday. He said he was going to Brazil and was very happy to work for Venezuela. Mr. Chavez is known for giving length speeches. With Twitter he is required to write his thoughts in 140 letters or less. Mr. Chavez has expressed criticism about social networking websites used by opposition activists to organize protects and other activities. He has also denied that his government is planning to limit the use of the internet.

And now briefly, here again is the major news hour in VOA Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on a need for firm action by Greece in its going debt crisis.

The American Defence Department says violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year.

And officials in Mexico say two aid workers have been killed in the State of Oaxaca.

And that's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

有些地方吃不准,呜呜

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最佳回复 该帖于2010年4月30日被版主推荐为精华帖。

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作者于2010年6月8日 5:19:11对上面的内容进行了补充:

It is 1:30 univesal time and here is the news in Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on the need for firm action by Greece in its going growing debt crisis. They also called for timely support for Greece from International Monetary Fund. Greece has been in the negotiations with European Union member countries and the IMF to create a financial rescue plan. In return, Greece is under pressure to reorganize its economy and in act strong controls. A major credit rating agency cut Spain's credit rating by one step Wednesday. The announcement came one day after credit rating for Greece and Portugal were also cut.

In Iraq, a political correlation coalition says it may ask for international intervention to prevent its opponents from seeking to change election results. Iraqiya unofficially won the most seats in the country's parliamentary elections last month. Former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi is head of Iraqiya. Mr. Allawi said the correlation coalition is considering asking international organizations to form a temporary government in Iraq. The organizations include the United Nations Security Council, European Union, Organization of Islamic Conference and the Arab League. Iraqiya said the agencies could help Iraq hold a new parliamentary election in an environment free of what he calls "political manipulation".

American officals say Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has asked for permission to visit the United States. He would like to join an Iranian delegation to a United Nations nuclear conference in New York. A State Department official said the United States has a responsibility as the home of the UN headquarters to except the Iranian leader's visa request. The Iranian delegation is to take part in the a conference aimed at starting the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. The conference opens Monday.

The American Defense Department said violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year. The twice yearly report was published Wednesday. It says the rise in violence is mainly because of increases in the number of correlation coalition troops and new offensives. The report also says the number of bomb attacks by militants has increased by 260%. Such attacks killed the largest number of Amercian American troops. However the report says many Afghan say they feel more secure than they did a year ago.

Palestinian official in the Gaza Strip say an explosion in an underground passage beneath Gaza and Egypt border has killed four Palestinians.  Three others were wounded. The explosion took place Wednesday on the Egyptian side of the border.  It caused the walls of the passage to collapse. The cause of explosion is not clear. Security officials say gas or smoke in the passage may have killed the victims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Officials in Mexico say a man from Finland and a Mexican aid worker have been killed in the southern part of the country. The victims were part of an aid group travelling to a village in the state of Oaxaca to meet with a native community. Armed gunmen opened fire on the aid workers near the village of San Juan Copala. Several others travelling with the group including two reporters were reported missing after the attack. The recent reason for the shooting is not known.

In Somalia, the militant group of Al-Shabab has threatened the Somali service chiefs of  VOA and BBC.  Shiekh Fu'ad Mohammed Khalaf Shongole spoke Friday at a Muslim  (religious)  center in Mogadishu. He described the two broadcasting officials as murtadeen or having left behind Islam. The official did not make a direct call for violence. But Al-Shabab's supporters have been known to target people described as murtadeen. The Shiekh also accused two news reporters of using propaganda to mislead Somali Muslims. The head of VOA broadcasting in Africa released statement saying that the Shiekh's comments are incorrect.

Republican Party members of the United States senate say they are ready to begin debate on legislation link to the American financial system. The senators have blocked such debate for several days. But the top Republican member of the senate banking committee says the delay is over. He says he has received guarentees guarantees from  Democratic Party senators that they will consider Republican amendments to the reform. Debate on the bill is to begin Thursday. The legislation would create the most extensive new controls on American financial organizations since the 1930's.

The United States coastguard Coast Guard has launched a controlled burn of an oil spill in the gulf of Mexico. The aim is to remove large amounts of oil from the surface of the water. The coastguard Coast Guard said the controlled burn would help to protect the coast of Louisiana and local wild life. The oil came from an oil rig that exploded burned and sank last week. The rig is leaking about 158,000 liters oil each day.

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has joined the social networking website Twitter. President Chavez published his first message Tuesday. He said he was going to Brazil and was very happy to work for Venezuela. Mr. Chavez is known for giving lengthes speeches. With Twitter he is required to write his thoughts in 140 letters or less. Mr. Chavez has expressed criticism about social networking websites used by opposition activists to organize protects and other activities. He has also denied that his government is planning to limit the use of the internet.

And now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in VOA Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on a need for firm action by Greece in its going growing debt crisis.

The American Defense Department says violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year.

And officials in Mexico say two aid workers have been killed in the State of Oaxaca.

And that's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

黑体字下划线部分句子如何翻译?

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1楼 作者:louisawu 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

好的,一起加油。

说实话,你的听力比我好狠多,因为有好多我都听不出来。

所以非常感谢你。

但一下几个绿色的是我改的,不知道你同意否。

It is 1:30 univesal time and here is the news in Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on the need for firm action by Greece in its growing debt crisis. They also called for timely support for Greece from International Monetary Fund. Greece has been in the negotiations with European Union member countries and the IMF to create a financial rescue plan. In return, Greece is under pressure to reorganize its economy and in act strong controls. A major credit rating agency cut Spain's credit rating by one step Wednesday. The announcement came one day after credit rating for Greece and Portugal were also cut.

In Iraq, a political coalition says it may ask for international intervention to prevent its opponents from seeking to change election results. Iraqiya unofficially won the most seats in the country's parliamentary elections last month. Former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi is head of Iraqiya. Mr. Allawi said the coalition is considering asking international organizations to form a temporary government in Iraq. The organizations include the United Nations Security Council, European Union, Organization of Islamic Conference and the Arab League. Iraqiya said the agencies could help Iraq hold a new parliamentary election in an environment free of what he calls "political manipulation".

American offical say Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has asked for permission to visit the United States. He would like to join an Iranian delegation to a United Nations nuclear conference in New York. A State Department official said the United States has a responsibility as the home of the UN headquarters to except the Iranian leader's visa request. The Iranian delegation is to take part in the conference aimed at starting the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. The conference opens Monday.

The American Defence Department said violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year. The twice yearly report was published Wednesday. It says the rise in violence is mainly because of increases in the number of correlation troops and new offensives. The report also says the number of bomb attacks by militants has increased by 260%. Such attacks killed largest number of Amercian troops. However the report says many Afghan say they feel more secure than they did a year ago.

Palestinian official in the Gaza Strip say an explosion in an underground passage beneath Gaza and Egypt border has killed four Palestinians.  Three others were wounded. The explosion took place Wednesday on the Egyptian side of the border.  It caused the walls of the passage to collapse. The cause of explosion is not clear. Security official say gas or smoke in the passage may have killed the victims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Officials in Mexico say a man from Finland and a Mexican aid worker have been killed in the southern part of the country. The victims were part of an aid group traveling to a village in the state of Oaxaca to meet with a native community. Armed gunmen opened fire on the aid workers near the village of San Juan Copala. Several others traveling with the group including two reporters were reported missing after the attack. The reason for the shooting is not known.

In Somalia, the militant group of Al-Shabab has threatened the Somali service chiefs of  VOA and BBC.  Shiekh Fu'ad Mohammed Khalaf Shongole spoke Friday at a Muslim ( religious ) center in Mogadishu. He described the two broadcasting officials as murtadeen or having left behind Islam. The official did not make a direct call for violence. But Al-Shabab's supporters have been known to target people described as murtadeen. The Shiekh also accused two news reporters of using propaganda to mislead Somali Muslims. The head of VOA broadcasting in Africa released statement saying that the Shiekh's comments are incorrect.

Republican Party members of the United States senate say they are ready to begin debate on legislation link to American financial system. The senators have blocked such debate for several days. But the top Republican member of the senate banking committee says the delay is over. He says he has received guarantees from  Democratic Party senators that they will consider Republican amendments to the reform. Debate on the bill is to begin Thursday. The legislation would create the most extensive new controls on American financial organizations since the 1930's.

The United States coastguard has launched a controlled burn of an oil spill in the gulf of Mexico. The aim is to remove large amounts of oil from the surface of the water. The coastguard said the controlled burn would help to protect the coast of Louisiana and local wild life. The oil came from an oil rig that exploded burned and sank last week. The rig is leaking about 158,000 liters oil each day.

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has joined the social networking website Twitter. President Chavez published his first message Tuesday. He said he was going to Brazil and was very happy to work for Venezuela. Mr. Chavez is known for giving length speeches. With Twitter he is required to write his thoughts in 140 letters or less. Mr. Chavez has expressed criticism about social networking websites used by opposition activists to organize protects and other activities. He has also denied that his government is planning to limit the use of the internet.

And now briefly, here again is the major news hour in VOA Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on a need for firm action by Greece in its going debt crisis.

The American Defence Department says violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year.

And officials in Mexico say two aid workers have been killed in the State of Oaxaca.

And that's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

有些地方吃不准,呜呜

2楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

非常感谢Louisawu 童鞋谦虚、耐心、细致的纠正!

你的听力水平比我高!我只是一只小小菜菜鸟。呵呵

比如,听Coaliton 这个单词时费了很大劲,结果听成 correlation ,意思放在句子里根本不对,但当时就是听不出来。呜呜...

另外,你非常地精益求精,不但追求听得准确,而且拼写也一丝不苟,值得我好好学习!

本人一些单词拼写的错误都纠正得非常正确!

再次表示感谢!

有了这个共同交流学习的平台,有那么多的爱好英语的学友,令人感到非常幸福!

  第3楼 作者:libra 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

American officals say Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has asked for permission to visit the United States. He would like to join an Iranian delegation to a United Nations nuclear conference in New York. A State Department official said the United States has a responsibility as the home of the UN headquarters to except the Iranian leader's visa request. The Iranian delegation is to take part in the a conference aimed at starting the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. The conference opens Monday.

In Somalia, the militant group of Al-Shabab has threatened the Somali service chiefs of  VOA and BBC.  Shiekh Fu'ad Mohammed Khalaf Shongole spoke Friday at a Muslim  (religious)  center in Mogadishu. He described the two broadcasting officials as murtadeen or having left behind Islam. The official did not make a direct call for violence. But Al-Shabab's supporters have been known to target people described as murtadeen. The Shiekh also accused two news reporters of using propaganda to mislead Somali Muslims. The head of VOA broadcasting in Africa released statement saying that the Shiekh's comments are incorrect.

请教高手朋友:以上几处黑体字下划线部分的句子如何翻译呢?谢谢啦!

4楼 作者:Frank Suen 创建: <编辑>  <引用>

个别有误,修订如下:

It is 1:30 Universal Time and here is the news in Special English.

President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on the need for firm action by Greece in its growing debt crisis. They also called for timely support for Greece from the International Monetary Fund. Greece has been in a negotiations with European Union member countries and the IMF to create a financial rescue plan. In return, Greece is under pressure to reorganize its economy and in act strong controls. A major credit rating agency cut Spain's credit rating by one step Wednesday. The announcement came one day after credit ratings for Greece and Portugal were also cut.

In Iraq, a political coalition says it may ask for international intervention to prevent its opponents from seeking to change election results. Iraqiya unofficially won the most seats in the country's parliamentary elections last month. Former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi is head of Iraqiya. Mr. Allawi said the coalition is considering asking international organizations to form a temporary government in Iraq. The organizations include the United Nations Security Council, European Union, Organization of the Islamic Conference and the Arab League. Iraqiya said the agencies could help Iraq hold a new parliamentary election in an environment free of what he calls "political manipulation".

American officials say Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has asked for permission to visit the United States. He would like to join an Iranian delegation to a United Nations nuclear conference in New York. A State Department official said the United States has a responsibility as the home of the UN headquarters to except the Iranian leader's visa request. The Iranian delegation is to take part in a conference aimed at starting the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. The conference opens Monday.

The American Defense Department says violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year. The twice-yearly report was published Wednesday. It says the rise in violence is mainly because of increases in the number of coalition troops and new offensives. The report also says the number of bomb attacks by militants has increased by 260%. Such attacks killed the largest number of American troops. However the report says many Afghan say they feel more secure than they did a year ago.

Palestinian officials in the Gaza Strip say an explosion in an underground passage beneath Gaza and Egypt border has killed four Palestinians. Three others were wounded. The explosion took place Wednesday on the Egyptian side of the border.  It caused the walls of the passage to collapse. The cause of explosion is not clear. Security officials say gas or smoke in the passage may have killed the victims.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

Officials in Mexico say a man from Finland and a Mexican aid worker have been killed in the southern part of the country. The victims were part of an aid group traveling to a village in the state of Oaxaca to meet with a native community. Armed gunmen opened fire on the aid workers near the village of San Juan Copala. Several others traveling with the group, including two reporters were reported missing after the attack. The reason for the shooting is not known.

In Somalia, the militant group Al-Shabab has threatened the Somali service chiefs of VOA and BBC. Shiekh Fu'ad Mohammed Khalaf Shongole spoke Friday at a Muslim religious center in Mogadishu. He described the two broadcasting officials as murtadeen, or having left behind Islam. The official did not make a direct call for violence. But Al-Shabab's supporters have been known to target people described as murtadeen. The Shiekh also accused the two news reporters of using propaganda to mislead Somali Muslims. The head of VOA broadcasting in Africa released a statement saying that the Shiekh's comments are incorrect.

Republican Party members of the United States Senate say they are ready to begin debate on legislation linked to the American financial system. The senators have blocked such debate for several days. But the top Republican member of the Senate Banking Committee says the delay is over. He says he has received guarantees from Democratic Party senators that they will consider Republican amendments to the reform. Debate on the bill is to begin Thursday. The legislation would create the most extensive new controls on American financial organizations since the 1930s.

The United States Coast Guard has launched a controlled burn of an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The aim is to remove large amounts of oil from the surface of the water. The Coast Guard said the controlled burn would help to protect the coast of Louisiana and local wild life. The oil came from an oil rig that exploded burned and sank last week. The rig is leaking about 158,000 liters of oil each day.

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has joined the social networking website Twitter. President Chavez published his first message Tuesday. He said he was going to Brazil and was very happy to work for Venezuela. Mr. Chavez is known for giving lengthy speeches. With Twitter he is required to write his thoughts in 140 letters or less. Mr. Chavez has expressed criticism about social networking websites used by opposition activists to organize protects and other activities. He has also denied that his government is planning to limit the use of the Internet.

And now briefly, here again is the major news of the hour in VOA Special English. President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed on the need for firm action by Greece in its growing debt crisis. The American Defense Department says violence has increased 87% in Afghanistan over last year. And officials in Mexico say two aid workers have been killed in the State of Oaxaca.

And that's the news in VOA Special English from Washington.

黑体划线部分的意思:

1. A State Department official said the United States has a responsibility as the home of the UN headquarters to except the Iranian leader's visa request.

国务院一位官员说美国作为联合国总部所在地,有义务禁止这位伊朗领导人的签证请求。

2.He described the two broadcasting officials as murtadeen, or having left behind Islam. 

他形容这两位广播公司官员是murtadeen(变节者),或者说是抛弃伊斯兰教的人。

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