• 美国简史:总结

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! hints:国家名大写 The United States has dramatically changed from its beginnings as 13 little-known colonies. Its population of 300 million people represents almost every national and ethnic group in the world. Progress continues in economics, technology, culture and society. Americans live in an interdependent, interconnected world. The United States still is connected to the values of its early days. Among these are a belief in individual freedom and democratic government and the promise of economic opportunity and progress for all people. The work for the United States is to keep its values of freedom, democracy and opportunity secure and vital in the 21st century. 美国已发生巨大变化从最初的13个鲜为人知的殖民地。人口300万人代表几乎每一个在世界上的民族和族裔群体。在经济,科技,文化,和社会继续取得进展。美国人生活在一个相互依存,相互联系的世界。美国仍然连接初期的价值。其中有一个信仰在个人自由和民主的政府和经济机会和各国人民的进步的承诺。对美国的工作,要保持其自由,民主和安全的机会和在21世纪的重要价值观。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>

  • 美国简史:介绍美国

    提高听力同时,还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。 感兴趣的你一听为快吧! The United States of America has been a democracy for more than 200 years. Issues that were important in its early years remain so today: big government versus small government, individual rights versus group rights, free markets versus controlled trade

  • 美国简史:早期美国 (1/4)

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  • 美国简史:早期美国 (4/4)

    立了土地在北美洲。16世纪的时候,西班牙的探索并声称比其他任何国家在美洲的土地要多。 1513年,胡安庞塞德莱昂降落在佛罗里达州。埃尔南多德索托降落在佛罗里达州在1539年,然后探索密西西比河一路。西班牙征服墨西哥在1522年 。 1540年,旧金山巴斯克斯 - 科罗纳多想找到神话的Cibola七个城市。他开始在墨西哥,然后前往北在亚利桑那州的大峡谷,进入大平原。其他欧洲人,如乔万尼DA Verrazano雅克·卡地亚,韦斯普奇,进一步探索北部。两个被命名为美洲大陆以韦斯普奇的名字。在北美的第一个永久性的欧洲结美国算是西班牙语。它始建于在佛罗里达州圣奥古斯丁。北的13个英国殖民地以后将形成美国。弗吉尼亚州和马萨诸塞州的两个最早。它不只是探险家在新世界定居。人们开始来生活的新世界。这些人来自欧洲的移民。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>

  • 美国简史:早期美国 (3/4)

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! hints:Norse;Greenland; Erik the Red;Leif;Newfoundland;Christopher Columbus;Isabella; Caribbean Sea Historians believe that the Norse may have been the first Europeans to arrive. They came from Greenland, where Erik the Red had started a settlement around 985. In 1001, Erik's son, Leif, explored the northeast coast of what now is Canada. Remaining pieces of Norse houses were found in northern Newfoundland. It took almost 500 years for other Europeans to reach North America, and another 100 for them to build permanent settlements. The first explorers did not know about America. They were looking for a way to go to Asia from Europe by sea. Other Europeans who arrived later - mostly Spanish and Portuguese, but also Dutch, French, and British - came for land and the riches of the "New World" . The most famous explorer was Christopher Columbus. He was Italian, but Queen Isabella of Spain paid for his trips. Columbus landed on islands in the Caribbean Sea in 1492. He never reached what is now the United States. 历史学家认为西斯堪的那维亚是第一批欧洲人到达的地方。他们来自于格陵兰,大约985年Erik the Red在格陵兰定居。在1001年,Erik的儿子Leif探索现在加拿大的东北海岸。保留的一些西斯堪的那维亚的房子在纽芬兰北部被发现。其他的欧洲人差不多花费了500年到达北美洲,又100年去建设长期的定居点。第一批探索者对于美洲不了解。他们寻找一个路线沿海从欧洲到亚洲。之美国后到的其他欧洲人大部分是西班牙人和葡萄牙人,而且还有荷兰人,法国人和英国人,他们的到来是为了新世界的土地和财富。最著名的探索者是克里斯托弗 · 哥伦布。他是意大利人,西班牙女王伊莎贝拉为他的旅程支付了所有费用。在1492年哥伦布登陆加勒比群岛。他从未到达今天的美国土地。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>

  • 美国简史:早期美国 (2/4)

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! hints: Hohokam;Adenans; Hopewellians; Anasazi;Hopi;Zuni These early groups are known as Hohokam, Adenans, Hopewellians, and Anasazi. They built villages and grew crops. Their lives were connected to the land. Family and community were important to them. History shows they told stories and shared information mostly by talking, not writing. Some used a form of picture writing called hieroglyphics. Nature was important to their spiritual beliefs. Some groups built big piles of earth in the shapes of snakes, birds, or pyramids. The different groups traded with each other, but they also fought. No one knows why, but these groups disappeared. Other groups, Hopi and Zuni, later came to this land and prospered. By the time the first Europeans arrived, about two million native people lived in what now is the United States. 这些早期的组织被称为Hohokam, Adenans, Hopewellians, 和Anasazi。他们建村庄和种庄稼。他们的生活与土地密切联系。家族和群落对他们来说很重要。历史表明他们大部分讲故事和分享信息来进行交谈,而不是写。一些人用一种图片的形式写这种形式叫象形文字。大自然对他们精神信仰很重要。一些族群以蛇、鸟或者是金字塔的形状建洞穴。不同的族群相互贸易往来,但是他们也会打仗。没有人知道为什么,这些族群消失了。其他的族群,像Hopi和Zuni,之后来到这片土地然后发展。直到第一批欧洲人到达,大约200万原著民居住在现为美国的土地上。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>

  • 美国简史:文化的改变 (2/5)

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! hints:Lyndon Johnson Rev.Martin Luther King Jr. Malcolm X President Lyndon Johnson supported the Rev.Martin Luther King Jr. in his peaceful fight for civil rights and voting rights for African Americans. Some black leaders, such as Malcolm X, believed in less

  • 美国简史:文化的改变 (5/5)

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! 职称、节日、组织要大写 Students protested the war in Vietnam and President Johnson began peace negotiations. Long hair, rock and roll music and illegal drugs were visible symbols of the "counter-culture" thinking of some young people during this time. Americans became more concerned about pollution. The first Earth Day was designated in 1970. The Environmental Protection Agency was created. New laws cut down on pollution. American society was changing. Slowly, the United States was embracing its multicultural population. 学生抗议越南战争,约翰逊总统开始和平谈判。长头发,摇滚乐和非法毒品的“反文化”在此期间,成为一些青少年思想可见符号。美国人变得更关心污染。在1970年被指定为第一个地球日。环境保护署已创建。新的法律削减污染。美国社会正在发生变化。慢慢地,美国包含多元文化的人口。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>

  • 美国简史:文化的改变 (1/5)

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! 国家名大写 hints:the Supreme Court At home, some Americans began to have easier lives. Families grew and some moved from the cities into outlying areas where they could purchase larger homes. Not all Americans were so successful. African Americans started a movement to gain fair treatment everywhere. In 1954, the Supreme Court ruled that separate schools for black children were not equal to those for white children and must be integrated. 在国内,一些美国人开始有更容易的生活。成长的家庭和一些人从城市搬到外围地区,在那里他们可以购买更大的房子。并非所有的美国人非常成功。非裔美国人开始一个运动为了无处不在获得公平的待遇。在1954年,最高法院裁定黑人儿童的独立学校不等于白人儿童必须结合。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>

  • 美国简史:革命 (4/5)

    提高听力同时,你还可以了解到美国历史上的一些重要事件。请感兴趣的你一听为快吧! 会议名称和国家要大写 hints: General Washington Philadelphia The Continental Army Saratoga Princeton Trenton New Jersey Montreal Savannah Yorktown Virginia The colonies and Britain went to war. British soldiers defeated General Washington's forces in New York and took control of Philadelphia, forcing the Second Continental Congress to flee. The Continental Army won at Saratoga in New York and at Princeton and Trenton in New Jersey. George Washington had problems getting the men and materials he needed to fight the war. In 1778, France recognized the United States as an independent country and signed a treaty of alliance. France helped the United States as a way to weaken Britain, its long-time enemy. There were battles from Montreal, Canada, to Savannah, Georgia. A huge British army surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781. The war ended when a peace treaty was signed in Paris on April 15, 1783. In this treaty, Britain and other nations recognized the United States as an independent nation. 殖民地和英国开始战争。英国士兵击败总的华盛顿武力在纽约和控制费城,迫使第二个大陆议会。大陆军队赢得了纽约的萨拉托加、 新泽西州的普林斯顿和特伦顿。在这之前乔治 · 华盛顿对于他打这场战争需要的士兵和材料是有困难的。在1778年,法国承认美国作为一个独立的国家,并签署同盟条约。法国帮助美国作为一种削弱它的长期敌人英国的一种方式。战争从加拿大的蒙特利尔到沙凡那港市、佐治亚州。在1781年弗吉尼亚州的约克镇,一个庞大的英国军队投降了。在1783年4月15日,战争结束时在巴黎签署了一项和平条约。这一条约中,英国和其它国家承认美国作为一个独立的国家。 这篇材料你能听出多少?点击这里做听写,提高外语水平>>