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1 初级英语听力 Unit 24 Part I Sentence Dictation Part II Compound Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions

2 1.Listen to following sentences carefully and try to write down what you have heard. 2. Please repeat each sentence while listening and pay attention to the phonetics 3. Please interpret what’ve heard into Chinese one by one. Unit 24 Part I Sentence Dictation 初级英语听力 Part II Compound Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions check

3 Part II Compound Dictation next 1.Listen to the Words and their Stories, try to understand what you’ve heard. Part I Sentence Dictation Part III Short Answer Questions Words and expressions Intelligence Community :情报体系 release :释放, 让渡, 豁免 nuclear weapon :核武器 finding :发现, 发现物 declaration :宣布, 宣言, 声明 victory :胜利, 战胜

4 2.Listen to it again, this time, please try to fill the following blanks. check The report comes as the Bush administration has been trying to win support for new international restrictions against Iran. In recent weeks, the president has warned that 16., saying it could lead to World War Three. Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad called the new American intelligence report a declaration of 17.. He says it show that Iran's nuclear program is for energy not weapons. In Israel, Defense Minister Ehud Barack rejected the intelligence report. He said hebelieves it is incomplete and that Iran 18. its nuclear weapons program. He offered no evidence though. On Thursday, NATO foreign ministers expressed support for 19. in the United Nations Security Council. And in Paris, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Iran is still a danger. Britain also says it remains concerned about Iran's nuclear program Russian and Chinese officials say the new report will have to be considered in those discussions. Both countries as permanent members of the Security Council could veto any additional sanctions. And that's In the News in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake. Transcripts and MP3s of our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember. This is In the News in VOA Special English. Sixteen government agencies form what is known as the Intelligence Community in the United States. From time to time, this community puts together reports called National Intelligence Estimates that deal with foreign 1., parts are sometimes made public. This week, officials released major judgments from a new report on 2.. It says Iran operated a secret program to develop nuclear weapons but 3. that program in late The report suggests that Iran did so mainly because of 4.. It says Iran may be more open to influence than was thought. But Iran continues to enrich uranium 5., the report says. And this could be used to 6.. The report says Iran 7. enough nuclear material to build a bomb 8. at the earliest. But it says Iran now appears less determined to produce nuclear weapons than was believed. The 9. came as a surprise. A national intelligence 10. two years ago said Iran was working hard to develop nuclear weapons. President Bush said the report released Monday was 11.. But he said nothing 12.. He said Iran is still a That the program was halted, he says, is not as important as the finding that it 15. and could be restarted.

5 Part III Short Answer Questions Words and expressions 1.Listen to the material first time and try to understand what you’ve heard. 2.Listen to it again, and answer the following questions. Part I Sentence Dictation Part II Compound Dictation next gunfire :炮火 ammunition :军火, 弹药 propaganda :宣传 Association of Southeast Asian Nations :东南亚国家 联盟 ( 东盟 ) ASEAN condemn :声讨, 谴责 humanitarian aid :人道主义援助 tie :关系 Supreme Court :最高法院 Appeal :上诉 candidate :候选人 disable :使残废, 使失去能力

6 4.Retell these news after listening to it the third time. 3.Listen to it again, and answer the following questions. check 1) What did one protestor told VOA? 2) What decision will the Japanese government make? 3) What has the Pakistan Supreme Court ruled? 4) What are the nations involved in the nuclear talk? 5) What attitudes did the permanent members of United Nations have towards Iran?

7 keys Back Part II Compound Dictation 1. Do you think this dress is too expensive? 3. Do you think this sweater will look good on me? 4. What length of skirt are you looking to buy? 2. It’s pretty formal and I don’t have many opportunities to dress up. 5. I’ll try to see if they are any in my price range.

8 back Part III Short Answer Questions 1. activities and threats 2. Iran's nuclear activities 3.halted 4. international pressure 5.for civilian use 6.produce weapons if desired 7. might have 8. in the next three to eight years 9. Findings 10.estimate 11.the result of better intelligence 12.has changed 13.danger 14.And he urged governments to continue to pressure Iran about its nuclear activities 15.once existed 16.the world can not risk a nuclear armed Iran 17.Victory 18.has restarted 19.a proposed third set of sanctions 20.But Russia and China have resisted further sanctions script

9 next This is In the News in VOA Special English. Sixteen government agencies form what is known as the Intelligence Community in the United States. From time to time, this community puts together reports called National Intelligence estimates that deal with foreign 1. activities and threats, parts are sometimes made public. This week, officials released major judgments from a new report on 2. Iran's nuclear activities. It says Iran operated a secret program to develop nuclear weapons but 3.halted that program in late The report suggests that Iran did so mainly because of 4. international pressure. It says Iran may be more open to influence than was thought. But Iran continues to enrich uranium 5.for civilian use, the report says. And this could be used to 6.produce weapons if desired. The report says Iran 7. might have enough nuclear material to build a bomb 8. in the next three to eight years at the earliest. But it says Iran now appears less determined to produce nuclear weapons than was believed. The 9. findings came as a surprise. A national intelligence 10.estimate two years ago said Iran was working hard to develop nuclear weapons. President Bush said the report released Monday was 11.the result of better intelligence. But he said nothing 12.has changed. He said Iran is still a 13.danger. 14.And he urged governments to continue to pressure Iran about its nuclear activities. That the program was halted, he says, is not as important as the finding that it 15.once existed and could be restarted.

10 Back Part III Short Answer Questions The report comes as the Bush administration has been trying to win support for new international restrictions against Iran. In recent weeks, the president has warned that 16.the world can not risk a nuclear armed Iran, saying it could lead to World War Three. Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad called the new American intelligence report a declaration of 17.victory. He says it show that Iran's nuclear program is for energy not weapons. In Israel, Defense Minister Ehud Barack rejected the intelligence report. He said he believes it is incomplete and that Iran 18.has restarted its nuclear weapons program. He offered no evidence though. On Thursday, NATO foreign ministers expressed support for 19.a proposed third set of sanctions in the United Nations Security Council. And in Paris, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Iran is still a danger. Britain also says it remains concerned about Iran's nuclear program. 20.But Russia and China have resisted further sanctions. Russian and Chinese officials say the new report will have to be considered in those discussions. Both countries as permanent members of the Security Council could veto any additional sanctions. And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake. Transcripts and MP3s of our reports are at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.

11 Next It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington. Burmese security forces have again used gunfire to break up crowds of anti-government protestors in Rangoon. Witnesses say some of the protestors gathered Friday near the Sule Pagoda. [1] One protestor told VOA by telephone that police and soldiers used live ammunition and sticks against the crowd. On Thursday the government said its forces killed 9 people and wounded 11 others in its effort against the anti-government protests. A Japanese media worker was among the dead. Witnesses say Burma's military rulers have cut off internet connections in the country. Members of the opposition National League for Democracy also say two members of the party were arrested. Also Thursday Media Rights Groups said soldiers raided hotels of foreign media workers and closed newspapers that refused to publish government propaganda. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations has used unusually strong language to condemn Burma for its actions against anti-government protests. ASEAN urged Burma to stop the violence. [2] In Japan the government says it will decide if it will suspend humanitarian aid to Burma after it investigates the death of the Japanese media worker. Japan is the largest aid provider for Burma. Supporters of the pro-democracy movement in Burma have been demonstrating in Asian nations and around the world. The United States is urging China to press Burma to stop the violence. China has close economic ties with Burma.

12 [3] In Pakistan the Supreme Court has ruled against legal efforts to stop President Pervez Musharraf from seeking a new five-year term as president. The court's nine judges ruled six to three against the efforts. Lawyers for the political opposition say they will appeal. Anti-government lawyers and opposition supporters waited nearby and shouted their disapproval after the ruling was announced. On Thursday General Musharraf officially became a candidate for president. Pakistan's presidential election is set for October 6th. A South Korean negotiator says not much progress has been made after a day of talks on North Korea's nuclear program. South Korean official Chun Yung-woo spoke in Beijing. Earlier American official Christopher Hill said the talks have yet to produce agreement on what it means for North Korea to disable its nuclear equipment. [4] The nuclear talks involve the United States, North and South Korea, Japan, China and Russia. The permanent members of the United Nations Security Council are meeting in New York to discuss actions against Iran for its nuclear program. American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is leading the meeting. European Union Foreign Policy Chief Javier Solana is also attending the talks. [5] Britain, France and the United States want new measures to punish Iran. But Russia and China say Iran should be given more time to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency. You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.


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