该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:2009教育报道回顾2009-12-31
Early this year, Special English began receiving comments about all the stories on our Web site. The Education Reports have received many comments.
voa慢速英语讲解:林肯在福特剧院被刺杀2009-12-31
Welcome to THE MAKING OF A NATION – American history in VOA Special English.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:了解智齿相关知识2009-12-30
Wisdom teeth are normally the last teeth to appear in the mouth. It usually happens when people are older and wiser. That is, when they are in their late teenage years or early twenties.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:圆形思维:美国农场上的圆形谷仓2009-12-29
American farmers traditionally keep their animals and equipment in barns that are rectangular. But there are hundreds of barns in the Midwest and other parts of the country that are different. They are not longer than they are wide. Or wider than they are long. These buildings are round.
voa慢速英语讲解:时间,宇宙最大的奥秘之一2009-12-29
If you can read a clock, you can know the time of day. But no one knows what time itself is. We cannot see it. We cannot touch it. We cannot hear it. We know it only by the way we mark its passing.
voa慢速英语讲解:告别2009,希望明年会更好2009-12-28
Hotels in many cities have special deals for New Year's Eve: dinner, Champagne and a party. Then people get a room for the night. That way, no one has to worry about drinking and driving home.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:发展中国家残疾问题调查2009-12-28
A new study says the leading cause of disability in older people in low and middle income countries is dementia. The researchers disagree with the World Health Organization which says blindness and other vision problems are the leading cause.
voa慢速英语讲解:几年六位有趣的美国人2009-12-27
John Updike once said that people read fiction because it makes them feel less lonely about being a human being. This writer is best known for his novels about the private lives of small-town, middle class Americans.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:词语典故:纽约别名2009-12-27
A nickname is a shortened form of a person's name. A nickname also can be a descriptive name for a person, place or thing.Many American cities have nicknames.These can help establish an identity, spread pride among citizens and build unity.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:气候变化峰会达成无法律约束力协议2009-12-26
Almost two hundred countries met for two weeks at a United Nations conference on climate change in Copenhagen, Denmark. In the end, only five of them reached an agreement: the United States, China, India, Brazil and South Africa.
voa慢速英语讲解:短篇故事:爱伦-坡《失窃的信》2009-12-26
Our story today is called The Purloined Letter. It was written by Edgar Allan Poe. Poe is generally known for his horror stories. This is the third of three stories he wrote about Auguste Dupin and how he solves crimes.
voa慢速英语讲解:常听今年节日音乐专辑2009-12-25
As always, music makers released lots of new holiday albums this year. There are country, jazz, gospel and other kinds of holiday songs. Since it is Christmas today we thought we would take time to listen to some of the new offerings.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:每天都是圣诞节-Bronner's商店2009-12-25
There is a place where Christmas lives all year long. It is called Bronner's CHRISTmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan. The family-owned business calls itself the world's largest Christmas store. The late Wally Bronner started the business in nineteen forty-five.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语:宗教进入课堂,但存在限制2009-12-24
Public schools in the United States have to be neutral about religion, even though they close for holidays like Christmas. The Constitution separates religion from government. Researcher Charles Haynes explains what it says.
voa慢速英语:美国历史系列:罗伯特·爱德华·李投降2009-12-24
It was mostly his military skill and intelligence that kept the South in the field so long. But even his extraordinary skill could not save the South from the industrial power of the North and its mighty armies -- armies that were well-fed and well-equipped.
voa慢速英语:体温过低急救要点2009-12-23
We talked last week about ways to avoid hypothermia and other cold-weather injures. Today we are going to talk about emergency treatment.
voa慢速英语:EXPLORATIONS-Eleanor Creesy:She Guided One...2009-12-23
The name Eleanor Creesy is almost unknown today. But in the middle eighteen hundreds she was a famous woman. Those were the days of wooden sailing ships. It was a time before ships had engines. Cloth sails were used to catch the wind to move a ship through the water.
voa慢速英语:研究显示孤独感会传染2009-12-22
Researchers used information from the Framingham Heart Study, which began in nineteen forty-eight. The Framingham study gathers information about physical and mental health, personal behavior and diet. At first, the study involved about five thousand people in the American state of Massachusetts. Now, more than twelve thousand individuals are taking part.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:拱形温室怎样延长生长季2009-12-22
Farmers and gardeners have long used greenhouses to extend the growing season in cold weather. Now, hoop houses are gaining popularity. Hoop houses are sometimes called a temporary greenhouse or passive solar greenhouse.
该音频有LRC字幕,点击图片查看所有含有LRC字幕的VOA慢速英语 voa慢速英语讲解附字幕:为贫困国家家庭带来光明2009-12-21
More than one and a half billion people around the world live without electricity. Finding better ways to bring light to the poor is the goal of researchers like David Irvine-Halliday.
voa慢速英语:2009年圣诞:艰难时期的欢乐时光2009-12-21
This Friday, millions of American Christians will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, their lord. Many families will sing traditional Christmas carols and exchange gifts around decorated trees. And many will attend special church services on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
voa慢速英语:PEOPLE IN AMERICA-Irving Berlin:He Wrote the Songs ...2009-12-20
Irving Berlin lived to be one hundred one years old. He died in nineteen eighty
voa慢速英语讲解:词语典故:Santa Claus圣诞老人2009-12-20
Santa Claus is someone who will remain in the hearts of children forever. He is the make-believe person who brings toys and other gifts to children at Christmas. To grown-ups, he is a special symbol of good will and selfless giving.
voa慢速英语讲解:美国历史系列:联盟首都失利2009-12-19
On March fourth, eighteen sixty-five, Abraham Lincoln was sworn-in as president after winning a second term. The election had taken place in the Union of northern states. The Union still followed the United States Constitution. The Confederacy of southern states had left the Union. The South had its own Constitution.
voa慢速英语讲解:人与人之间信任的重要作用2009-12-19
Recently, Forbes magazine declared Tiger Woods the first athlete to reach one billion dollars in career earnings. That includes winnings, appearances, product endorsements and more.
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