用户名 密码 记住 注册 忘记密码
在线反馈,给我们提建议
爱思英语在线听写频道
您当前的位置:爱思我秀 > 全部播客作品 > 英语口语 > kid-bradycardia的播客作品

ABC News 20091024 英

上传时间:2009-12-20 11:14  

得分:90

已收听1723次

如不能播放,下载最新Flash播放软件安装

分享到: 更多

1人总共评分得:(90分)

评分规则:
1、对未评分项首次评分,最低分限制为50,最高分为80;
2、如果对已有分数的项进行评分操作,评委评出的分数对原有分数的影响为30%,一般用户评出的分数对原有分数的影响为10%。
  • 发音:
    90
  • 语调:
    90
  • 语速:
    90
  • 流利:
    90
  • 音质:
    90
  • (网友互评,登录用户可参与评分)

资料原文 | 我也去发布播客

The vaccine itself is in short supply, but so it seems are people willing to get it afraid that it isn’t safe. Here’s T.J. Winick with the results of a new ABC News poll.

The swine flu vaccine has inspired Americans to come out in force. There are many parents who want their children inoculated. And then there are the anti-vaccine protesters, worried about a link between vaccines and autism, despite study showing no connection.

“This is an emotional decision, not based on data, as to whether or not to get the vaccine.”

While there are some willing to voice their opinion in public, it appears many share those doubts. According to a new ABC News Washington Post poll, almost 40 percent of Americans won’t vaccinate their children, and almost 67 percent are confident the vaccine is safe, 30 percent say it isn’t.

“I just feel that this vaccine was developed very quickly and I’m just not comfortable with that.”

The government is now promising 50 million doses of the vaccine in November, and 150 million in December. Even with production way behind schedule, some health professionals insist it’s never too late.

Over 292 deaths had been attributed to the H1N1 virus since the end of August, including 43 children.

For the World News Webcast, I’m T.J. Winick in Washington.

我要评论

作品评论(共5条)

zebrabear / 2009-12-20 15:51
Generally, no big mistake. However, British English should focus more on the lips, there are more movement on lips than American English. Also the vibration focus should move forward when speak British English. It is a bit abstract, I think you can get the idea from listenning to BBC news.

kid-bradycardia / 2009-12-21 16:41
原帖由zebrabear于09-12-20 15:51发表
Generally, no big mistake. However, British English should focus more on the lips, there are more movement on lips than American English. Also the vibration focus should move forward when speak British English. It is a bit abstract, I think you can get the idea from listenning to BBC news.

恩,关于vibration focus这,是不是像little这个词中的ttle,美音比较轻快的颤一下舌头,英音要像大舌头说话似的发啊,:p,是这个意思么?
当时练美语的时候不让动嘴唇,要闭着嘴练舌头。恩,这个差别是得要多听多体会的,我总是很急于求成。这个寒假有俩个月,要好好练习下哩。

zebrabear / 2009-12-21 16:53
美音主要还是用口腔的后部发音,英音是前部,所以好多音听起来就没有美音的那种圆润,但是应该是会更清晰。Little的ttle,美音好像就是轻轻的带过,英音要发一个类似‘特欧’的音(要把两个字连起来哈,T要把舌头抬起来)。如果你真的要练英音,我推荐一个mp3哈,叫Acting with an accent - standard British, 网上应该有得下载,这是教美国人如果说英国英语的,很专业

kid-bradycardia / 2009-12-21 16:58
原帖由zebrabear于09-12-21 16:53发表
美音主要还是用口腔的后部发音,英音是前部,所以好多音听起来就没有美音的那种圆润,但是应该是会更清晰。Little的ttle,美音好像就是轻轻的带过,英音要发一个类似‘特欧’的音(要把两个字连起来哈,T要把舌头抬起来)。如果你真的要练英音,我推荐一个mp3哈,叫Acting with an accent - standard British, 网上应该有得下载,这是教美国人如果说英国英语的,很专业

哈哈,这个我前几天刚刚下载了的,应该是87年版的吧,虽然我觉得那个主讲的发音不是很英国,但是他说的发音方法还是很好的。

zebrabear / 2009-12-21 17:08
呵呵,好巧哦,我不知道是哪一年的版本。主讲可能是美国人吧,讲的挺好的,虽然有一些音有点夸张,不过用来学习方法的话,是非常非常好的:)
请登录以后发表您的看法

kid-bradycardia其他的播客作品

共个作品 [查看全部]

参与本期训练的其他网友 共人