voa慢速英语:Obama Says New Report Shows Need to ...2009-01-31
Obama Says New Report Shows Need to Pass Economic Plan This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.
This week, Democrats in Congress gave Barack Obama an important victory a week into his presidency. T
voa慢速英语:The Line of Least Resistance2009-01-31
ANNOUNCER: Now, the weekly Special English program, AMERICAN STORIES.(MUSIC)Our story today is called "The Line of Least Resistance.” It was written by Edith Wharton. Here is Larry West with the stor
voa慢速英语:How to Save US Banks?2009-01-30
This is the VOA Special English Economics Report. Many banks are still not lending. They worry that they will not have enough capital to cover losses. But the situation denies many businesses the cred
voa慢速英语:The Rise of a Folk Hero Who Landed on a River2009-01-30
HOST: Welcome to AMERICAN MOSAIC in VOA Special English. (MUSIC)I'm Doug Johnson. This week on our program:We have new music from Anya Marina … And a question from Russia about VOA's former jazz ho
voa慢速英语:American History Series: The Brief Presidency of ...2009-01-29
American History Series: The Brief Presidency of William Henry HarrisonWelcome to the MAKING OF A NATION – American history in VOA Special English.In November of eighteen forty, the American people e
voa慢速英语:Foreign Student Series: Working While ...2009-01-29
Foreign Student Series: Working While Studying in the USThis is the VOA Special English Education Report.This week in our Foreign Student Series, we discuss rules about getting a job while studying in
VOA慢速英语:Fed Cuts Short-Term Rates to Nearly Zero; Now What?2009-01-28
This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.The United States Federal Reserve says it will use all available tools to restart economic growth. The central bank's main interest rate is now the lo
VOA慢速英语:The SAT and the ACT2009-01-27
Foreign Student Series: The SAT and the ACT
In part 14, we talk about the two competing college-admissions tests in the U.S., and about schools that require neither. Transcript of radio broadcast:
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voa慢速英语:Marian Anderson, 1897-1993: 75,000 People ...2009-01-26
Marian Anderson, 1897-1993: 75,000 People Heard Her Sing at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
voa慢速英语:Holding the Bag2009-01-25
Now, the VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES. (MUSIC) Different people have different ways of saying things – their own special expressions. Each week we tell about some popular Amer
voa慢速英语: America Welcomes a New President2009-01-24
This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.
The United States got a new president this week. President Barack Obama quickly got to work in his first days in office. In one of his first official action
voa慢速英语: Paul Bunyan2009-01-24
ANNOUNCER: Now, the Special English program, AMERICAN STORIES.(MUSIC)ANNOUNCER: Today we tell a traditional American story called a “tall tale.” A tall tale is a story about a person who is larger t
voa慢速英语:Serious Discussions Set for Davos (but No Bono)2009-01-23
Economics Report - Serious Discussions Set for Davos (but No Bono)
Political and business leaders will talk about ‘‘Shaping the Post-Crisis World’’ at this year's World Economic Forum in Switzer
voa慢速英语:A History of Creole and Cajun Food in Louisiana2009-01-23
AMERICAN MOSAIC - A History of Creole and Cajun Food in Louisiana
Also: A listener question about crocodiles and alligators. And three examples of Cajun music. Transcript of radio broadcast:
22 Janu
voa慢速英语:Foreign Student Series: Paying for School in the US2009-01-23
Foreign Student Series: Paying for School in the US
International students must show they can pay for at least their first year of study. Part 18 of our series. Transcript of radio broadcast:
21 Jan
voa慢速英语:Project to Develop Electronic Maps of Soil in Africa2009-01-23
Project to Develop Electronic Maps of Soil in Africa
Agricultural and technical experts will provide farmers with detailed information on the Internet about their land. Transcript of radio broadcast:
voa慢速英语:Presidential Inaugurals: Where Past and ...2009-01-22
Presidential Inaugurals: Where Past and Future Come TogetherVOICE ONE: Welcome to THIS IS AMERICA in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein. On Tuesday, Barack Obama wi
voa慢速英语:How Strangers Can Make You Happy2009-01-21
This is the VOA Special English Health Report. What makes people happier: money or having happy friends and neighbors? Researchers from Harvard University and the University of California, San Diego,
voa慢速英语:Got Milk? How to Make Yogurt2009-01-20
This is the VOA Special English Development Report.Yogurt is a healthy food that can be made at home. One way to make it is to first buy some yogurt from a store or purchase dry yogurt culture. Add tw
voa慢速英语:Marian Anderson, 1897-1993: Her Voice ...2009-01-19
Marian Anderson, 1897-1993: Her Voice Became Famous Around the WorldVOICE ONE:
I'm Shirley Griffith.VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember with People in America in VOA Special English. Today, we begin the f
voa慢速英语:Touching All Bases: Baseball Rules!2009-01-19
Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories. (MUSIC)American English is full of colorful expressions. One such expression is to touch all bases. It comes from the sport of baseball.
voa慢速英语:Bush Looks Back at Eight Years as President...2009-01-18
Bush Looks Back at Eight Years as President, and Wishes Obama WellThis is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English.
George W. Bush leaves office on Tuesday after eight years as president of the United State
voa慢速英语:Economic Crisis Hits Exports2009-01-17
This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.
The economic crisis is claiming another victim: world trade. Last month the World Bank predicted a two percent decrease this year -- the largest drop
voa慢速英语:Getting to Know the New First Family2009-01-17
HOST:Welcome to AMERICAN MOSAIC in VOA Special English. (MUSIC)I'm Doug Johnson. This week:We listen to musicians who will perform at the inauguration of Barack Obama as the forty-fourth president of
voa慢速英语:India's Camel Population Drops2009-01-16
This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
India had more than one million camels during the middle of the nineteen nineties. But the population of the animals known for their ability to trav
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