VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):最后一位911搜救"英雄"被安乐死 消防员夹道送行
日期:2016-06-08 11:58

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Last Search Dog From Twin Towers Attack Dies
This is What's Trending Today:
Bretagne worked in rescue efforts in New York City after the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Bretagne died on Monday. She was 16 years old.
Bretagne was a golden retriever.
She helped to search for survivors and recover human remains from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. Over 2,500 people were killed when terrorists flew airplanes into the twin towers.
The World Trade Center was Bretagne’s first deployment. She was only two years old at the time.
Denise Corliss was the dog’s handler. She cared for Bretagne. They worked together in the area known as Ground Zero for 10 days.
The dog also worked at other disasters, including three major hurricanes.
Bretagne retired from active duty at age nine.
According to Texas A&M University, the dog continued working in Texas as an ambassador with the local fire department. She also visited people who were sick, and children in learn-to-read programs. The university oversees a search-and-rescue program.
A member of the team that worked with Bretagne says she took her job seriously, but was always ready to help others, get a belly rub, or have a treat.
On Monday, on her way to see a doctor, Bretagne walked past a group of firefighters and rescue workers who gave her one final salute.
One news report called her "a four-legged hero."
And that's What's Trending Today.
I'm Dan Friedell.

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词汇解析

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1.World Trade Center 世贸中心

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The World Trade Center in New York City is one of the world's tallestbuildings.
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2.human remains 遗骸

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At the World Trade Center site in New York, more human remains have been uncovered.
在纽约世贸中心大厦遗址,发掘出了更多的尸骸JrxK@+^^A)XiSWi.

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3.flew into 飞入;进入

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The plane flew into a mountain and disintegrated on impact.
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4.at the time 那时;当时

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At the time I had fully expected to find work before long.
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内容解析

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1. She helped to search for survivors and recover human remains from the wreckage of the World Trade Center.

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search for 搜寻;寻找

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The search for peace also means the search for justice.
寻求和平也意味着寻求正义TR4+&%4x)8yH4=O
Magnetic techniques are most suitable in the search for iron in this form.
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2.They worked together in the area known as Ground Zero for 10 days.

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worked together 合作;携手

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They worked together, side by side, for over twenty years.
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Bill and Jack worked together and went through with the project.
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参考译文

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最后一位911搜救“英雄”被安乐死 消防员夹道送行
今日时事热点:
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德州农工大学(Texas A&M University)称,布列塔尼一直担任着德州地方火警部门的宣传大使x,l(.D%GZfk;。她还慰问了医院的病人,拜访了小学的孩子们YB&x5hHo2+m~#0O3。德州农工大学负责搜救项目的研究=q,5]2Qt9SXBH.RN
跟布列塔尼并肩作战过的搜救人员称,布列塔尼对待救援工作十分认真,随时准备帮助别人来得到主人的爱抚或美餐一顿7RB~iD~7sqf
周一进入医院之前,布列塔尼接受了夹道两侧警消人员最后的敬礼与道别)mQOB2D5Vu8P!
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重点单词
  • salutev. 行礼,致意,问候
  • impactn. 冲击(力), 冲突,影响(力) vt. 挤入,压紧
  • rescuevt. 营救,援救 n. 营救,救援
  • magneticadj. 有磁性的,有吸引力的,催眠术的
  • suitableadj. 合适的,适宜的 adv. 合适地,恰当地
  • uncoveredadj. 无覆盖物的;未保险的;无盖的 v. 脱帽致敬;
  • planeadj. 平的,与飞机有关的 n. 飞机,水平,水准,刨