福建光泽县Space agency officials had to find the reason for the failure of the target satellite. That would take valuable time. So, they decided to launch the next flight, Gemini Seven, instead of waiting.
消防大队深The Ethiopian National Association of the Blind helped write a training document on how to include blind people in education projects.入人员密布The United Nations has a human rights treaty called the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Almost one hundred fifty governments and regional organizations have signed it.
场所单位开The World Health Organization and the World Bank say people with disabilities should be able to use the same services as everyone else. They call for more laws to give the disabled the same rights and chances to succeed as everyone else. These laws, they say, will help the public understand that people with disabilities also have abilities.展逃生分散And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Karen Leggett. I'm Barbara Klein.演练及训练来历:可可英语 broadcast201106142626Children's Story:'Pecos Bill'
福建光泽县Now, the Special English Program AMERICAN STORIES.消防大队深
入人员密布Today we tell a traditional American story called a "tall tale." A tall tale is a story about a person who is larger than life. The descriptions in the story are exaggerated 鈥 much greater than in real life. Long ago, the people who settled in undeveloped areas in America first told tall tales. After a hard day's work, people gathered to tell each other funny stories.
场所单位开Pecos Bill was a larger than life hero of the American West. No one knows who first told stories about Pecos Bill. Cowboys may have invented the stories. Others say Edward O'Reilly invented the character in stories he wrote for The Century Magazine in the early nineteen hundreds. The stories were collected in a book called "The Saga of Pecos Bill" published in nineteen twenty-three.展逃生分散EDWARD KENNEDY: "My friends, I ask you to join in this historic journey to have the courage to choose change. It is time again for a new generation of leadership. It is time now for Barack Obama!"
演练及训练Mourners in Boston gather to pay their final respects Social issues were at the heart of Edward Kennedy's work. But he never got to reach one of his goals: health coverage for all Americans. His weakening health kept him away from the Senate in his final months. But he continued to work from home to help support President Obama's top legislative aim, a health reform plan.福建光泽县Edward Moore Kennedy will be buried Saturday near his brothers John and Robert at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. They also had five sisters. Eunice died on August eleventh. The last survivor now is Jean Kennedy Smith.
消防大队深And that's IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English, written by Brianna Blake. I'm Steve Ember.入人员密布来历:可可英语 broadcast20090882841Animal Safety on Movie Sets Still a Concern