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    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) _approved______ candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) ___turns____ answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say (3)__inflation_____ is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) __appear_____ to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) ___observers____say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) ___the goal sillator ____ in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) ____resolution___ against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) __exports_____ have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) ___complete____ major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) ___served____ in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) _released ______ a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) __declared_____ candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) __reported_____ by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14) ____ballot___. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) ____accountable___ elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) __condemned_____ what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) __representative_____ Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) ____restrictions___ on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) _parliament ______ building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans (20) ___state operated____ media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And thats In The News. Im Steve Ember.

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi lonyiuiu Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) _improved______ candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) __turn_____ answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say (3)_infection______ is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) __is used __ to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) _servers______say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) the goal_?___ in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) _resolution __ against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) _exports___ have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) completed__ major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10)serves__ in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) _______ a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) return_ candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) declared_ by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14) reported__. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) _capable__ elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) _condenses___ what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17)prepositive__ Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) _reflection on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) _employment____ building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans (20) _states______ media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And thats In The News. Im Steve Ember.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    3/ 20. Cố gắng quần sau vậy, đừng nản ch nh.

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi choobi Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) approved candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) turns answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say (3) inflation is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) appear to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) observers say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) negotiator in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) resolutions against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) exports have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) complete major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) served in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) released a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) declared candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) appointed by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14) ballot. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) accountable elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) condemned what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) representative Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) restrictions on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) parliament building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans (20) state-operated media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And thats In The News. Im Steve Ember.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------
    20/ 20. Very good.

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi binyuri Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) ___improved___ candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) __turn_____ answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say(3)__infection_____ is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) __is used_____ to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) _servers______say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) ______ in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) __resolution______ against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) _exports______ have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) __completed_____ major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) ___serves____ in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) __released_____ a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) ___declared____ candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) _reported______ by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14)_______. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) ___capable___ elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) _______ what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) _______ Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) __reflection_____ on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) _______ building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans (20)_states______ media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And thats In The News. Im Steve Ember.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    4/ 20 (-16) Cố gắng lần sau nh.

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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi xiu.little Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) approval candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) turns answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say (3) inflextion is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) appealed to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) observers say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) negotiator in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) resolution against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) exports have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) complete major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) researchedin the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) released a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) declared candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) supporting by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14) debates. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) capable elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) condemed what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) representative Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) respections on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) employment building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans (20) state media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And thats In The News. Im Steve Ember.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    11/ 20 (-9)


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi tshamala Xem bi viết
    1. approved
    2. turns
    3. inflation
    4. appear
    5. observers
    6. negotiator
    7. resolutions
    8. exports
    9. complete
    10. served
    11. released
    12. declared
    13. reported
    14. ballot
    15. accountable
    16. condemned
    17. representative
    18. restrictions
    19. parliament
    20. state operated
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    19/ 20 (-1) Very good.


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi Yura Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) _approved_____ candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) __turns_____ answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say (3)__inflation_____ is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) __appear_____ to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) _observers____say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) __negotiator_____ in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) _resolutions_____ against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) _exports_____ have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) ___complete____ major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) __served____ in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) __released_____a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) declared_____ candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) ___appointed____ by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14) ___ballot____. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) ___accountable____ elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) ___condemmed____ what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) __representative_____ Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) _restrictions_____ on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) _parliament_____ building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans(20) __state-operated____ media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And thats In The News. Im Steve Ember.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    20/ 20. Very good.


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi Thanh_RSV Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) _approved______ candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) _______ answering questions about Iran’s economy. Recent government reports say (3)_inflation______ is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) __appear_____ to be Saeed Jalili, Iran’s chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) __observers_____say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the country’s top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) negotiator_______ in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) _resolutions______ against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) ___exports____ have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) __complete_____ major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) __served_____ in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) _release______ a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) __declared_____ candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) __reported_____ by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14) _______. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    “That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) _accountable______ elections.”

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) _condemned______ what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) representative_______ Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Iran’s culture minister plans more (18) _restrictions______ on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Sweden’s (19)parliament _______ building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called “an insult to Iranians.” The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Iran’s (20) __state operated_____ media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.

    And that’s In The News. I’m Steve Ember.
    It's very excited to hear some Iranian names
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    16/ 20 (-4)


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi tienhvse02728 Xem bi viết
    Iranian voters are considering which candidate to support in the presidential election on June 14th. The eight (1) _approval______ candidates met Friday in the first of three planned debates. They took (2) __turns_____ answering questions about Irans economy. Recent government reports say(3)_inflection______ is rising at a rate of over 12 percent a year. The unemployment rate is over 13 percent.

    The two leading candidates (4) _appear______ to be Saeed Jalili, Irans chief security official, and the mayor of Tehran, Mohammed Bagher Ghalibaf. Some (5) _observes______say Mr. Jalili is the likely favorite. He has worked in the office of the countrys top leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He is also lead (6) _negotiator______ in nuclear talks with western nations. The United Nations Security Council has passed (7) _revolution______ against Iran for failing to obey limits on its nuclear program. Iranian oil (8) _exports______ have dropped by almost 50 percent as a result of foreign opposition to the nuclear activities.

    Mayor Ghalibaf has been a popular leader. He was able to (9) _complete______ major transportation projects in a weak economy by joining with Chinese companies. He formerly (10) served___ in the Iran-Iraq war and as national police chief. Earlier this month, rights groups (11) _released______ a recording of his comments about dissidents. He is heard claiming that he ordered police to fire on students during demonstrations.

    Last week, the Guardian Council barred more than 600 other (12) _declared______ candidates for president from the ballot. The Council is made up of religious and legal experts. Six of its 12 members are (13) _reported__ by the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

    The group blocked former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and all thirty women candidates from appearing on the 2013 presidential (14)_balanced______. Last week, American Secretary of State John Kerry criticized the restrictions.

    That is hardly an election by standards which most people in most countries judge free, fair, open, accessible, (15) _acountable______ elections.

    On Tuesday, the Committee to Protect Journalists (16) _condemned______ what it called efforts to deny Iranian citizens information before the elections. The following day, United Nations special (17) _representative______ Maina Kiai urged Iran to release more than 40 reporters from jail. His comments came as the Iranian news agency Mehr reported that Irans culture minister plans more (18) _restriction______ on foreign reporters.

    Separately, UN officials said that barring all women candidates violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

    Last weekend, exiled Iranians met at Swedens (19) _______ building in Stockholm. The opposition group condemned an election process the exiles called an insult to Iranians. The gathering was organized by the coalition called United for Democracy in Iran or UDI. Irans (20)_state operated______ media described the UDI call for free elections as an excuse for military intervention in Iran.
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    14/ 20 (-6)


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    Trch Nguyn văn bởi nobita8xqah Xem bi viết
    VOA 109
    1. approved
    2. turns
    3. inflation
    4. appear
    5. observers
    6. negotiator
    7. resolutions
    8. exports
    9. complete
    10. served
    11. released
    12. declared
    13. reported
    14. ballot
    15. accountable
    16. condemned
    17. representative
    18. restrictions
    19. parliament
    20. state operated
    Tk LE!!!!!
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    19/ 20 (-1) Very good.


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