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    People in Moore, Oklahoma, are starting to rebuild after a three-kilometer-wide (1) ______ hit the city on Monday. Officials say the storm killed 24 people in Moore and nearby areas. More than 200 others were injured.

    President Obama (2) ______a major disaster in Oklahoma. His declaration freed up federal money to help state officials with the recovery effort. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (3) ______ the state National Guard and extra police to assist with rescue operations. She described the tornado as one of the most horrific disasters her state has ever (4) ______.

    In many places, homes were absolutely destroyed, taken away. Theres just (5) ______, basically. Its hard to tell if there was a structure there or not. If you get into some of the major neighborhoods, you cant tell where the streets were. The street signs are gone. And thats been a big (6)______ for us -- being able to determine which area of a community we might be in because the streets are just gone, the signs are (7)______.

    Weather experts say the tornado had wind speeds of at least 322 kilometers an hour. It left a path of destruction (8) ______ close to 30 kilometers. The storm (9) ______ large parts of Moore, a city of 60,000 people. A record-setting tornado hit Moore in May of 1999.

    On Monday Alfredo Corrales crowded into a small underground shelter with his family and a neighbor.

    Me and the neighbor were just holding on to the (10) ______, just to keep the door secure. And that wind was blowing over, and the wind was just sucking up on the door. And when it was doing that, the rain was just shooting down into the (11)______.

    The storm hit two elementary schools just as students were preparing to leave for the day. Both schools were (12) ______, leaving many children trapped in the wreckage.

    It was just thump, thump and the roof came off. And then I left something and then it was raining, clay on me and all that.

    Rescue workers dug through the (13) ______ and pulled several children out alive.

    Quick-thinking teachers are credited with saving lives by moving students to closed spaces before the storm (14) ______ the building. Sherry Biddle teaches at Briarwood. She described how she helped her students protect themselves.

    I had them take their (15) ______ and put them over their heads, just as another safety precaution, as they were down in the center of our room, in the center of our building.

    But seven children were killed when the tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School.

    Susan Pierce is (16) ______of Moore public schools. She said many lives were saved because every school followed sheltering directions.

    Our (17) ______, staff, teachers and students put our crisis plan into action immediately. We monitored the weather throughout the day and when it was time to shelter, we did just that.

    Oklahoma officials say the current (18) ______system provided enough time to prepare before the tornado hit. But many people lost everything they owned.

    There is debate about whether all schools in Oklahoma should be required to have tornado (19) ______. Some say even the best built shelter might not have protected against Monday's tornado. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-5. That is the most powerful kind of storm on the five-level scale that measures a (20) ______. It was the second deadliest tornado in the United States since 2011, when 161 people were killed in Joplin, Missouri.

    Join us next Tuesday more about tornadoes on the VOA Learning English program Science in the News.

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    Mặc định

    People in Moore, Oklahoma, are starting to rebuild after a three-kilometer-wide (1) __Tornado____ hit the city on Monday. Officials say the storm killed 24 people in Moore and nearby areas. More than 200 others were injured.

    President Obama (2) _declared_____a major disaster in Oklahoma. His declaration freed up federal money to help state officials with the recovery effort. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (3) _deploy_____ the state National Guard and extra police to assist with rescue operations. She described the tornado as one of the most horrific disasters her state has ever (4) _faced_____.

    In many places, homes were absolutely destroyed, taken away. Theres just (5) ______, basically. Its hard to tell if there was a structure there or not. If you get into some of the major neighborhoods, you cant tell where the streets were. The street signs are gone. And thats been a big (6)__challenge____ for us -- being able to determine which area of a community we might be in because the streets are just gone, the signs are (7)__just gone____.

    Weather experts say the tornado had wind speeds of at least 322 kilometers an hour. It left a path of destruction (8) _stretching_____ close to 30 kilometers. The storm (9) ______ large parts of Moore, a city of 60,000 people. A record-setting tornado hit Moore in May of 1999.

    On Monday Alfredo Corrales crowded into a small underground shelter with his family and a neighbor.

    Me and the neighbor were just holding on to the (10) ______, just to keep the door secure. And that wind was blowing over, and the wind was just sucking up on the door. And when it was doing that, the rain was just shooting down into the (11)_shelter____.

    The storm hit two elementary schools just as students were preparing to leave for the day. Both schools were (12) ___crunched___, leaving many children trapped in the wreckage.

    It was just thump, thump and the roof came off. And then I left something and then it was raining, clay on me and all that.

    Rescue workers dug through the (13) wreckage______ and pulled several children out alive.

    Quick-thinking teachers are credited with saving lives by moving students to closed spaces before the storm (14) _destroy_____ the building. Sherry Biddle teaches at Briarwood. She described how she helped her students protect themselves.

    I had them take their (15) _baggages_____ and put them over their heads, just as another safety precaution, as they were down in the center of our room, in the center of our building.

    But seven children were killed when the tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School.

    Susan Pierce is (16) _super attendant_____of Moore public schools. She said many lives were saved because every school followed sheltering directions.

    Our (17) ______, staff, teachers and students put our crisis plan into action immediately. We monitored the weather throughout the day and when it was time to shelter, we did just that.

    Oklahoma officials say the current (18) _warning_____system provided enough time to prepare before the tornado hit. But many people lost everything they owned.

    There is debate about whether all schools in Oklahoma should be required to have tornado (19) _shelters_____. Some say even the best built shelter might not have protected against Monday's tornado. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-5. That is the most powerful kind of storm on the five-level scale that measures a (20) _tornadoes power_____. It was the second deadliest tornado in the United States since 2011, when 161 people were killed in Joplin, Missouri.

    Join us next Tuesday more about tornadoes on the VOA Learning English program Science in the News.

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    VOA 108
    1. Tornado
    2. Declared
    3. Deployed
    4. Faced
    5. Section
    6. Transfer
    7. Just gone
    8. Stretching
    9. Freten
    10. Hard
    11. Shelter
    12. Crunched
    13. wreckage
    14. destroy
    15. baggages
    16. super attendant
    17. manager stratals
    18. warning
    19. shelters
    20. tornadoes power
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  5. #4
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    Mặc định



    People in Moore, Oklahoma, are starting to rebuild after a three-kilometer-wide (1) _tornado_____ hit the city on Monday. Officials say the storm killed 24 people in Moore and nearby areas. More than 200 others were injured.

    President Obama (2) ___declared___a major disaster in Oklahoma. His declaration freed up federal money to help state officials with the recovery effort. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (3) _deployed_____ the state National Guard and extra police to assist with rescue operations. She described the tornado as one of the “most horrific” disasters her state has ever (4) __faced____.

    “In many places, homes were absolutely destroyed, taken away. There’s just (5) ______, basically. It’s hard to tell if there was a structure there or not. If you get into some of the major neighborhoods, you can’t tell where the streets were. The street signs are gone. And that’s been a big (6)__challenge ____ for us -- being able to determine which area of a community we might be in because the streets are just gone, the signs are (7)_just gone_____.”

    Weather experts say the tornado had wind speeds of at least 322 kilometers an hour. It left a path of destruction (8) __stretching____ close to 30 kilometers. The storm (9) ___flattened___ large parts of Moore, a city of 60,000 people. A record-setting tornado hit Moore in May of 1999.

    On Monday Alfredo Corrales crowded into a small underground shelter with his family and a neighbor.

    “Me and the neighbor were just holding on to the (10) ______, just to keep the door secure. And that wind was blowing over, and the wind was just sucking up on the door. And when it was doing that, the rain was just shooting down into the (11)_shelter_____.”

    The storm hit two elementary schools just as students were preparing to leave for the day. Both schools were (12) _____crushed_, leaving many children trapped in the wreckage.

    “It was just thump, thump and the roof came off. And then I left something and then it was raining, clay on me and all that.”

    Rescue workers dug through the (13) ____racket__ and pulled several children out alive.

    Quick-thinking teachers are credited with saving lives by moving students to closed spaces before the storm (14) ___destroyed___ the building. Sherry Biddle teaches at Briarwood. She described how she helped her students protect themselves.

    “I had them take their (15) _backpacks_____ and put them over their heads, just as another safety precaution, as they were down in the center of our room, in the center of our building.”

    But seven children were killed when the tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School.

    Susan Pierce is (16) ____superintendent__of Moore public schools. She said many lives were saved because every school followed sheltering directions.

    “Our (17) ___minister ...___, staff, teachers and students put our crisis plan into action immediately. We monitored the weather throughout the day and when it was time to shelter, we did just that.”

    Oklahoma officials say the current (18) __warning____system provided enough time to prepare before the tornado hit. But many people lost everything they owned.

    There is debate about whether all schools in Oklahoma should be required to have tornado (19) __shelters____. Some say even the best built shelter might not have protected against Monday's tornado. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-5. That is the most powerful kind of storm on the five-level scale that measures a (20) ___tornado's power___. It was the second deadliest tornado in the United States since 2011, when 161 people were killed in Joplin, Missouri.

    Join us next Tuesday more about tornadoes on the VOA Learning English program Science in the News.

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    Mặc định

    1. tornado
    2. declared
    3. deployed
    4. faced
    5.
    6. challenge
    7. just gone
    8. stretching
    9. flatten
    10. hatch
    11. shelter
    12. crushed
    13. wreckage
    14. destroyed
    15.
    16. superintendent
    17. administrators
    18. warning
    19. shelters
    20. tornado power


  7. #6
    Tham gia ngy
    Dec 2012
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    15
    Được cm ơn 208 lần

    Mặc định

    People in Moore, Oklahoma, are starting to rebuild after a three-kilometer-wide (1) __Tornado____ hit the city on Monday. Officials say the storm killed 24 people in Moore and nearby areas. More than 200 others were injured.

    President Obama (2) _declared_____a major disaster in Oklahoma. His declaration freed up federal money to help state officials with the recovery effort. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (3) _deploy_____ the state National Guard and extra police to assist with rescue operations. She described the tornado as one of the “most horrific” disasters her state has ever (4) _faced_____.

    “In many places, homes were absolutely destroyed, taken away. There’s just (5) ___sticks and bricks___, basically. It’s hard to tell if there was a structure there or not. If you get into some of the major neighborhoods, you can’t tell where the streets were. The street signs are gone. And that’s been a big (6)__challenge____ for us -- being able to determine which area of a community we might be in because the streets are just gone, the signs are (7)__just gone____.”

    Weather experts say the tornado had wind speeds of at least 322 kilometers an hour. It left a path of destruction (8) _stretching_____ close to 30 kilometers. The storm (9) ______ large parts of Moore, a city of 60,000 people. A record-setting tornado hit Moore in May of 1999.

    On Monday Alfredo Corrales crowded into a small underground shelter with his family and a neighbor.

    “Me and the neighbor were just holding on to the (10) __hatch____, just to keep the door secure. And that wind was blowing over, and the wind was just sucking up on the door. And when it was doing that, the rain was just shooting down into the (11)_shelter____.”

    The storm hit two elementary schools just as students were preparing to leave for the day. Both schools were (12) ___crunched___, leaving many children trapped in the wreckage.

    “It was just thump, thump and the roof came off. And then I left something and then it was raining, clay on me and all that.”

    Rescue workers dug through the (13) wreckage______ and pulled several children out alive.

    Quick-thinking teachers are credited with saving lives by moving students to closed spaces before the storm (14) _destroy_____ the building. Sherry Biddle teaches at Briarwood. She described how she helped her students protect themselves.

    “I had them take their (15) _baggages_____ and put them over their heads, just as another safety precaution, as they were down in the center of our room, in the center of our building.”

    But seven children were killed when the tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School.

    Susan Pierce is (16) _super attendant_____of Moore public schools. She said many lives were saved because every school followed sheltering directions.

    “Our (17) ______, staff, teachers and students put our crisis plan into action immediately. We monitored the weather throughout the day and when it was time to shelter, we did just that.”

    Oklahoma officials say the current (18) _warning_____system provided enough time to prepare before the tornado hit. But many people lost everything they owned.

    There is debate about whether all schools in Oklahoma should be required to have tornado (19) _shelters_____. Some say even the best built shelter might not have protected against Monday's tornado. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-5. That is the most powerful kind of storm on the five-level scale that measures a (20) _tornadoes power_____. It was the second deadliest tornado in the United States since 2011, when 161 people were killed in Joplin, Missouri.

    Join us next Tuesday more about tornadoes on the VOA Learning English program Science in the News.


  8. #7
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    6
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    Mặc định

    1. tornado
    2. declared
    3.deployed
    4. faced
    5. sticks and bricks
    6. challenge
    7. just gone
    8. stretching
    9. flattened
    10.
    11. shelter
    12. crushed
    13. wreckage
    14. destroyed
    15. backpacks
    16. a superintendent
    17. administrators
    18. warning
    19. shelters
    20. tornado's power


  9. #8
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    Nov 2012
    Bi gửi
    27
    Cm ơn
    8
    Được cm ơn 1 lần

    Mặc định

    People in Moore, Oklahoma, are starting to rebuild after a three-kilometer-wide (1) __Tornado____ hit the city on Monday. Officials say the storm killed 24 people in Moore and nearby areas. More than 200 others were injured.

    President Obama (2) _declared_____a major disaster in Oklahoma. His declaration freed up federal money to help state officials with the recovery effort. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (3) __destroyed____ the state National Guard and extra police to assist with rescue operations. She described the tornado as one of the “most horrific” disasters her state has ever (4) __faced____.

    “In many places, homes were absolutely destroyed, taken away. There’s just (5) _section_____, basically. It’s hard to tell if there was a structure there or not. If you get into some of the major neighborhoods, you can’t tell where the streets were. The street signs are gone. And that’s been a big (6)__transfer____ for us -- being able to determine which area of a community we might be in because the streets are just gone, the signs are(7)_jusr gone_____.”

    Weather experts say the tornado had wind speeds of at least 322 kilometers an hour. It left a path of destruction (8) _stretching_____ close to 30 kilometers. The storm (9) _freten_____ large parts of Moore, a city of 60,000 people. A record-setting tornado hit Moore in May of 1999.

    On Monday Alfredo Corrales crowded into a small underground shelter with his family and a neighbor.

    “Me and the neighbor were just holding on to the (10) __hard____, just to keep the door secure. And that wind was blowing over, and the wind was just sucking up on the door. And when it was doing that, the rain was just shooting down into the (11)_shelter_____.”

    The storm hit two elementary schools just as students were preparing to leave for the day. Both schools were (12) _crunched_____, leaving many children trapped in the wreckage.

    “It was just thump, thump and the roof came off. And then I left something and then it was raining, clay on me and all that.”

    Rescue workers dug through the (13) ______ and pulled several children out alive.

    Quick-thinking teachers are credited with saving lives by moving students to closed spaces before the storm (14) _destroy_____ the building. Sherry Biddle teaches at Briarwood. She described how she helped her students protect themselves.

    “I had them take their (15) ______ and put them over their heads, just as another safety precaution, as they were down in the center of our room, in the center of our building.”

    But seven children were killed when the tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School.

    Susan Pierce is (16) _super attendant_____of Moore public schools. She said many lives were saved because every school followed sheltering directions.

    “Our (17) ______, staff, teachers and students put our crisis plan into action immediately. We monitored the weather throughout the day and when it was time to shelter, we did just that.”

    Oklahoma officials say the current (18) _warning_____system provided enough time to prepare before the tornado hit. But many people lost everything they owned.

    There is debate about whether all schools in Oklahoma should be required to have tornado (19) _shelters_____. Some say even the best built shelter might not have protected against Monday's tornado. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-5. That is the most powerful kind of storm on the five-level scale that measures a (20) ______. It was the second deadliest tornado in the United States since 2011, when 161 people were killed in Joplin, Missouri.

    Join us next Tuesday more about tornadoes on the VOA Learning English program Science in the News.


  10. #9
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    Apr 2011
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    12
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    Mặc định

    VOA 108
    1. tornado
    2. declared
    3. đeployed
    4. ........
    5. section
    6. cChallenge
    7. just gone
    8. .......
    9. flag
    10. head
    11. shelter
    12. crashed
    13. ........
    14. destroy
    15. backs
    16. super attendant
    17. manager members
    18. warning
    19. shelters
    20. tornadoes power


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi Thanh_RSV Xem bi viết
    People in Moore, Oklahoma, are starting to rebuild after a three-kilometer-wide (1) __Tornado____ hit the city on Monday. Officials say the storm killed 24 people in Moore and nearby areas. More than 200 others were injured.

    President Obama (2) _declared_____a major disaster in Oklahoma. His declaration freed up federal money to help state officials with the recovery effort. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (3) _deploy_____ the state National Guard and extra police to assist with rescue operations. She described the tornado as one of the most horrific disasters her state has ever (4) _faced_____.

    In many places, homes were absolutely destroyed, taken away. Theres just (5) ______, basically. Its hard to tell if there was a structure there or not. If you get into some of the major neighborhoods, you cant tell where the streets were. The street signs are gone. And thats been a big (6)__challenge____ for us -- being able to determine which area of a community we might be in because the streets are just gone, the signs are (7)__just gone____.

    Weather experts say the tornado had wind speeds of at least 322 kilometers an hour. It left a path of destruction (8) _stretching_____ close to 30 kilometers. The storm (9) ______ large parts of Moore, a city of 60,000 people. A record-setting tornado hit Moore in May of 1999.

    On Monday Alfredo Corrales crowded into a small underground shelter with his family and a neighbor.

    Me and the neighbor were just holding on to the (10) ______, just to keep the door secure. And that wind was blowing over, and the wind was just sucking up on the door. And when it was doing that, the rain was just shooting down into the (11)_shelter____.

    The storm hit two elementary schools just as students were preparing to leave for the day. Both schools were (12) ___crunched___, leaving many children trapped in the wreckage.

    It was just thump, thump and the roof came off. And then I left something and then it was raining, clay on me and all that.

    Rescue workers dug through the (13) wreckage______ and pulled several children out alive.

    Quick-thinking teachers are credited with saving lives by moving students to closed spaces before the storm (14) _destroy_____ the building. Sherry Biddle teaches at Briarwood. She described how she helped her students protect themselves.

    I had them take their (15) _baggages_____ and put them over their heads, just as another safety precaution, as they were down in the center of our room, in the center of our building.

    But seven children were killed when the tornado destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School.

    Susan Pierce is (16) _super attendant_____of Moore public schools. She said many lives were saved because every school followed sheltering directions.

    Our (17) ______, staff, teachers and students put our crisis plan into action immediately. We monitored the weather throughout the day and when it was time to shelter, we did just that.

    Oklahoma officials say the current (18) _warning_____system provided enough time to prepare before the tornado hit. But many people lost everything they owned.

    There is debate about whether all schools in Oklahoma should be required to have tornado (19) _shelters_____. Some say even the best built shelter might not have protected against Monday's tornado. The National Weather Service rated the tornado an EF-5. That is the most powerful kind of storm on the five-level scale that measures a (20) _tornadoes power_____. It was the second deadliest tornado in the United States since 2011, when 161 people were killed in Joplin, Missouri.

    Join us next Tuesday more about tornadoes on the VOA Learning English program Science in the News.
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