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慢速英语附字幕:世界无烟日,关注女性健康2010-05-31
World No Tobacco Day is celebrated each thirty-first of May. The observance is meant to bring attention to the growing use of tobacco and its deadly effects. The World Health Assembly established the event in nineteen eighty-seven. This year, special attention is being given to the harmful effects of tobacco marketing to women and girls.
voa慢速英语:Six Men,a World War,a Pacific Island and an...2010-05-31
This Monday is Memorial Day in the United States. The holiday honors the memory of the nation's military dead.
voa慢速英语:Words and Their Stories:Dog Talk2010-05-30
Americans use many expressions with the word dog. People in the United States love their dogs and treat them well. They take their dogs for walks, let them play outside and give them good food and medical care. However, dogs without owners to care for them lead a different kind of life. The expression, to lead a dog's life, describes a person who has an unhappy existence.
voa慢速英语:R.Buckminster Fuller,1895-1983:Building Designer...2010-05-30
Building designer. Engineer. Inventor. Thinker. Poet. Not five people. Just one: Richard Buckminster Fuller. Bucky Fuller, as he was known, was one of the most unusual thinkers of the twentieth century. His aim in life was to make the human race a success in the universe.
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:美国政府发表国家安全战略2010-05-29
This week, the Obama administration released its first National Security Strategy. The policy statement renews support for American military superiority in the world. But the fifty-two pages also talk about the importance of diplomacy, development and coalition-building to reach policy goals.
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:谷歌,Facebook被指侵犯隐私2010-05-28
People are supposed to be social on a social media site. But choosing to share information is not the same as having it shared for you. And that difference is at the center of debate over privacy on Facebook and other social networks.
voa慢速英语讲解:1888美国选举,哈里森以关税击败克里夫兰2010-05-28
At that time, import taxes were high on many products. The high tariffs protected American goods from competing with lower-priced foreign imports. The tariffs protected millions of jobs in American industry. Not everyone, however, supported high tariffs.
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:赴美留学生的最佳选择:USC2010-05-27
The number of international students in the United States is at record levels. Last year, more than six hundred seventy thousand foreign students attended an American college or university.
voa慢速英语:Amelia Earhart:The First Woman to Fly Across...2010-05-26
Amelia Earhart was born in eighteen ninety-seven in the middle western state of Kansas. She was not a child of her times. Most American girls at the beginning of the twentieth century were taught to sit quietly and speak softly. They were not permitted to play ball or climb trees. Those activities were considered fun for boys. They were considered wrong for girls.
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:研究称一些杀虫剂或造成儿童多动症2010-05-26
A.D.H.D. is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Government estimates say three to seven percent of school-age children in the United States have it. Adults can also have it. People with A.D.H.D. have problems with paying attention, controlling their behavior and being overly active.
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:Bt棉花消灭棉铃虫,却吸引盲蝽象2010-05-25
In two thousand eight, scientists reported on a study of cotton grown in six provinces in northern China. The study involved bollworms, a major threat to cotton farmers. It also involved Bt cotton, a plant genetically engineered to resist that threat.
voa慢速英语讲解:联合国报告谴责政府未及时制止动植物灭绝2010-05-25
Scientists say keeping a count of all the different kinds of plants and animals on Earth is one way to measure the health of our planet. Scientists use the word biodiversity to describe the existence of many kinds of plants, animals and other organisms. One definition of biodiversity is the differences of life at all levels of biological organization.
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:保护新生儿免于HIV感染的新药物2010-05-24
Researchers say they have found a way to extend the storage life of a drug used to treat H.I.V. Their work could give infected mothers in the developing world a new way to prevent the spread of the AIDS virus to their newborn babies. The drug is nevirapine. If it is given within seventy-two hours after birth, it can often protect babies from H.I.V.
voa慢速英语:'The Fantasticks' at 502010-05-24
The Fantasticks first opened on May third, nineteen sixty. It was performed more than seventeen thousand times at the Sullivan Street Playhouse in New York City. It is still the longest-running musical play in the world. The show ended January thirteenth, two thousand two after forty-two years. It closed because operating costs increased. At the same time, ticket sales decreased.
voa慢速英语:Lena Horne,A Star Who Broke Racial Barriers2010-05-23
Today we remember the singer and actress Lena Horne. She helped break racial barriers by changing the way black women were represented in film. During her sixty-year career performing, Lena Horne electrified audiences with her beauty and rich, emotional voice. She used her fame to fight social injustices toward African-Americans.
voa慢速英语:Words and Their Stories:Green Expressions2010-05-23
Green is an important color in nature. It is the color of grass and the leaves on trees. It is also the color of most growing plants.
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:泰国秩序恢复,但分裂继续2010-05-22
Thailand's prime minister is urging national unity after ten weeks of anti-government protests in the capital. Abhisit Vejjajiva says the government has returned order in Bangkok and the provinces.
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:FCC推行网路中立性出台新计划2010-05-21
Officials in Washington recently lost a ruling over their power to enforce competition on the Internet. Now the Federal Communications Commission has a new plan.
voa慢速英语:首批女兵在美国海军舰艇服役2010-05-21
The United States Navy has announced that eleven female graduates of its Naval Academy will be among the first American women to serve on submarines. Faith Lapidus tells about the sea-change soon to take place in what is called the Silent Service.
voa慢速英语:Cleveland Opposes Anti-Immigration Laws and High Tariffs2010-05-20
In our last program, we told you how the flow of immigration to the United States began to change in the eighteen eighties. Before then, most of the immigrants came from central and northern Europe. From Britain, Ireland, Germany and the Scandinavian countries.
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:国际社会努力使更多女孩接受教育2010-05-20
The United Nations Children's Fund says nearly seventy-two million children were not in school in two thousand seven. More than half are girls, and more than two-thirds are in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and West Asia.
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:Finding New Ways to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis2010-05-19
Rheumatoid arthritis is considered an autoimmune disease, a disease where the body attacks healthy cells. The exact cause is unknown. But in a recent study, an experimental drug showed signs of halting the disorder in laboratory mice.
voa慢速英语:Art by Japanese-American Detainees During World...2010-05-19
Visitors to Washington, D.C. this summer can see a powerful exhibit that tells about a dark period in American history. The exhibit at the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery is called The Art of Gaman: Arts and Crafts from the Japanese American Internment Camps 1942-1946.It shows more than one hundred objects made by Japanese-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:为何嫁接仍然适应农业发展2010-05-18
Branches or buds are cut from one plant and placed on a related kind of plant. The branch or bud that is grafted is called the scion. The plant that accepts the graft is called the rootstock.
voa慢速英语:为工作献出一切的六位研究人员2010-05-18
At the start of the twentieth century, the United States Army had a Yellow Fever Commission. The Army wanted medical experts to study yellow fever and find a way to stop the disease. One team went to Cuba to test the idea that mosquitoes spread yellow fever. The team was led by Walter Reed, the Army doctor and scientist noted for his work on infectious diseases.
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