地道美语听力播客:照顾残疾老兵
日期:2012-12-21 17:17

(单词翻译:单击)

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Elena: How do you like your new job at the Veteran's Hospital?
埃琳娜:你觉得你在荣民医院的新工作如何?
Wieland: I like it a lot. It's really rewarding.
维兰德:我非常喜欢,而且受益颇多SCIAd@%WJJ4rg-Ji2HY
Elena: What do you do there, exactly?
埃琳娜:你在那儿具体做什么工作?
Wieland: My job is to help returning vets who have been physically injured adjust to living with their medical disabilities.
维兰德:我的任务就是帮助从战场回来、负伤的老兵适应残疾的生活8;^~i8=(FzyA
Elena: You mean people who have lost limbs?
埃琳娜:你是指那些失去四肢的老兵?
Wieland: Yes, some of the vets have had one or more limbs amputated. But that's only one of the many disabilities we see at the hospital. For instance, this week I'm working with a vet who suffered serious hearing loss and a woman who has developed a visual impairment.
维兰德:是的,有些老兵遭受了一个部位或者几个部位的截肢5!p0CORe~(N。这只是我在这家医院面对的许多残疾症状中的一种UkRgN)tvqFnyPIJ~wn)@。例如,这星期我就照顾了一位丧失听力的老兵,还有一位患有视觉障碍的女兵wGK8jf,Q1|nap
Elena: It sounds like a very hard job.
埃琳娜:听起来这个工作很辛苦aW19-B0f3qM54[Ws
Wieland: It can be, but it's also inspiring sometimes. I've seen people who are paralyzed—paraplegics and quadriplegics—overcome their disabilities and lead full and happy lives. With the help of wheelchairs, prosthetic limbs, seeing-eye dogs, and modified cars, a lot of people with disabilities can learn to be independent. That's part of my job.
维兰德:可能吧,不过有时也是鼓舞人心的工作;@cF_d3.tcN。我看到有的残疾人——有些是下肢瘫痪,有些是四肢瘫痪——他们克服障碍,又重新过上充实快乐的日子XREI[s8fmi,Zl0M-BfR。在轮椅,假肢,导盲犬,改装车的帮助下,许多残疾人能够学会独立q.q)B7DR+Q@。这就是我工作的一部分fsAO]@+H=LW
Elena: Then you're just the person I need to help my brother.
埃琳娜:那么你就是那个能帮助我弟弟的人o~y)1s68LXeAI@q~4
Wieland: Is he disabled?
维兰德:他身有残疾吗?
Elena: Yes, he has a serious case of paralysis, caused by extreme laziness. Is there any help for him?
埃琳娜:是的,因极度懒惰造成了严重的瘫痪@FIP,[r&mh_6|D8。他还有救吗?

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重点单词
  • paralysisn. 瘫痪
  • independentadj. 独立的,自主的,有主见的 n. 独立派人士,无
  • overcomevt. 战胜,克服,(感情等)压倒,使受不了 vi. 获
  • rewardingadj. 有报酬的,有益的
  • extremeadj. 极度的,极端的 n. 极端,极限
  • impairmentn. 损伤,损害
  • inspiringadj. 令人振奋的,激励人的,鼓舞人心的