voa慢速英语:The Sky is No Limit for the Tallest Buildings...2010-03-31
Skyscrapers were invented in the United States. As early as the eighteen eighties, two new technical developments made these taller buildings possible. One development was the mechanical elevator. It meant that people would not have to climb many steps to reach the upper floors of tall buildings. The development of steel building technology also helped make taller buildings possible.
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:农业政策改变对非洲国家的影响2010-03-30
Today we continue telling about a report by three geography experts from American colleges. They studied food security in Gambia, Ivory Coast and Mali over thirty years.
voa慢速英语:Have a headache?You are not alone2010-03-30
Have you had a headache recently? If your answer is yes, you are like many millions of people worldwide who experience pain in the head. The pain can be temporary, mild and cured by a simple painkiller like aspirin. Or, it can be severe.
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:保护儿童免受肺炎危害2010-03-29
Millions of babies and children could soon be protected against the deadly disease pneumonia. Two leading drug companies have agreed to supply vaccines against pneumococcal disease to the world's poorest countries at a reduced price. Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline signed the historic Advance Market Commitment agreement last week.
voa慢速英语:For Many,NCAA Means Championships2010-03-29
This week on our program, we tell about the largest college sports organization in the United States. The National Collegiate Athletic Association includes colleges and universities, athletic conferences and non-profit organizations. It has over one thousand members. The NCAA sets rules for student athletes and their schools.
voa慢速英语:Madam C.J. Walker:Developed Hair-Care Products...2010-03-28
In the early nineteen hundreds, life for most African-Americans was very difficult. Mobs of white people attacked and killed black people. It was legal to separate groups of people by race. Women, both black and white, did not have the same rights as men.
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:Words and Their Stories:From Couch Potato to...2010-03-28
Some unusual words describe how a person spends his or her time. For example, someone who likes to spend a lot of time sitting or lying down while watching television is sometimes called a couch potato. A couch is a piece of furniture that people sit on while watching television.
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:历史性措施扩展了医保范围2010-03-27
President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in the United States. The main goal is to insure about thirty-two million additional people. That is about ninety-five percent of Americans who are not already covered by Medicare, the government insurance program for older people.
voa慢速英语:American Stories:'Luck' by Mark Twain2010-03-27
I was at a dinner in London given in honor of one of the most celebrated English military men of his time. I do not want to tell you his real name and titles. I will just call him Lieutenant General Lord Arthur Scoresby.
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:医改胜利引发政治风险2010-03-27
Earlier this week, President Obama won a major political victory with congressional passage of his health care reform plan. He and congressional Democrats made history with the reform legislation. Among other things, it will extend health insurance coverage to thirty-two million Americans now without it.
voa慢速英语:美国华盛顿环境电影节18周年2010-03-27
For eighteen years, the Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C. has been bringing important movies to America's capital. This thirteen-day event is taking place at fifty-six museums, embassies and movie theaters around the city. Many of the one hundred fifty-five movies explore the connection between food and the environment. Shirley Griffith has more.
voa慢速英语:American History:Songs Cowboys Sung2010-03-27
Last week, we talked about the growth of the cattle industry. This industry started in Texas during the eighteen seventies. With its growth came a new kind of worker -- the man who watched and took care of the cattle. These men who watched the cows and rode with them as they moved across the wild lands were often young. Just boys. And so they were called cowboys.
voa慢速英语:Considering National Education Standards2010-03-27
Americans are considering national education standards recently developed by teachers and other education experts. The National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers led the effort.
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:奥巴马签署历史意义的医改法案2010-03-24
President Obama has signed legislation to make the biggest changes in the health care system in forty-five years.
voa慢速英语讲解:Ted Nash受艺术品启发创作爵士乐2010-03-24
Nash studied the works of seven important painters who lived during a one hundred year period, a time frame similar to that of jazz. Then, he created a jazz composition in seven parts influenced by their art.
voa慢速英语:对病人进行基因组测序2010-03-23
Genetics, the study of genes, is gaining increasing importance. Genes can influence many things, from whom we look like to what we eat to possible treatments for diseases.
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:西非自由市场政策导致08年粮食危机2010-03-23
Suppose you eat rice every day. But one day you go to the store and discover that the price is more than you can pay.That happened to millions of people two years ago at the height of the world food crisis. Between April of two thousand seven and March of two thousand eight the price of rice doubled in many places.
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:请加入地球熄灯一小时2010-03-22
This Saturday night at eight thirty, all the lights will be shut off at the Tokyo Tower in Japan. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and the Eiffel Tower in Paris are also expected to go dark. So is the Empire State Building in New York and buildings in other cities around the world.
voa慢速英语:Fun in the Sun in the Florida Keys2010-03-22
The first European to see the Florida Keys was Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon in the year fifteen-thirteen. He was searching for special water that would keep people young forever. But he did not find that special water, or any other water that people could drink. Later, other Spanish explorers mapped the area as an aid to help their treasure ships return to Spain.
voa慢速英语:Mark Twain:One of America’s Best Known...2010-03-21
Mark Twain wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in eighteen eighty-four. Since then, the book has been published in at least sixty languages. Some people say it is the best book ever created by an American writer. American students still read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.? And parents, teachers and literary experts still debate the issues discussed in the book.
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:Words and Their Stories:Nicknames for ...2010-03-21
Many American cities have interesting nicknames. Nicknames can help establish the identity of a city. They can also spread pride among its citizens. But nicknames sometimes can make fun of something.
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:美国人口普查工作正在进行2010-03-20
Census forms have been mailed across America. Every ten years since seventeen ninety the Constitution has required a population count.
voa慢速英语:Aniekan Udofia Makes Art With a Social Message2010-03-19
Today we tell about an artist in Washington whose work can be found on the sides of several city buildings. And we report on new members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and play some of their music.
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:美国计划拓展宽带服务2010-03-19
A newly released proposal calls for almost everyone in the United States to have high-speed Internet service at home within ten years. On Tuesday the Federal Communications Commission sent its National Broadband Plan to Congress.
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:奥巴马教育改革蓝图送交国会2010-03-18
President Obama sent Congress a proposal this week to rewrite the main federal education law. The current version of the law, signed by George W. Bush eight years ago, is known as the No Child Left Behind Act. That name would go away.
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