asunokoe.com / Let's learn English
    with International Phonetic Alphabet!
Help / Indicator  Show  Hide / US,KN  US / ToolTip  ON  Off  Ex  |       
Show/Hide : , , ,
Show/Hide Texts : , , , )
Print page setting :   , Zoom ,   Print
All Sentences post to Sentences Player :   Show Sentences Player
[ad]
  • Terms of service
  • The operation confirmation / display confirmation of this page is done with the Google Chrome browser.
  • English sentences / phonetic symbols / explanations etc. may have incorrect descriptions.
  • There are some without explanation / phonetic symbols. Please use it under your own responsibility.
  • The main purpose of this page is to develop / verify Internet technology.
      We shall not be responsible for any loss, damages and troubles caused by this page.
      Dictionary data belongs to the public domain. The description content is not guaranteed.
  • You can use the javascript menu display / audio playback function etc. after loading is completed.
2018.MAR.05 : Study: Ebola Crisis Damaged Liberian Health Care System
NV S
Study
ˈstʌdi
 
でぃ
 
:
 
 
 
 
Ebola
 
 
 
N SD
Crisis
ˈkraɪsəs
 
いしす
V
Damaged
ˈdæməʤd
ˈdæmɪʤd
みじどゥ
 
Liberian
 
 
 
N S
Health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NVA SD
Care
kɛr
 
N SD
System.
ˈsɪstəm
 
すたむ
 
Study: Ebola Crisis Damaged Liberian Health Care System.


 
A
ə
NVAR SD
new
nu
nju
ぬー
NV S
study
ˈstʌdi
 
でぃ
NV
says
sɛz
sɪz
NVAR SD
more
mɔr
 
RJPSD
than
ðæn
 
ゃん
 
100,000
 
 
 
N
malaria
məˈlɛriə
 
りぁ
NV
cases
ˈkeɪsəz
ˈkeɪsɪz
けいしず
NV D
went
wɛnt
 
んとゥ
A
untreated
ənˈtritɪd
 
ぁんとてぃど
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
N
Liberia
laɪˈbɪriə
 
らいりぁ
V PSD
during
ˈdʊrɪŋ
 
ぃゅりんぐ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N D
height
haɪt
 
いとゥ
N PSD
of
ʌv
 
ぁゔ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
Ebola
 
 
 
N SD
crisis.
ˈkraɪsəs
 
いしす
 
A new study says more than 100,000 malaria cases went untreated in Liberia during the height of the Ebola crisis.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
AR
deadly
ˈdɛdli
 
どり
N
virus
ˈvaɪrəs
 
あいらす
NVA SD
spread
sprɛd
 
すぷどゥ
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
N AR S
West
wɛst
 
すとゥ
N
Africa
ˈæfrəkə
 
ふりか
JPSD
for
fɔr
 
ぉー
N A D
two
tu
 
ぅー
N D
years
jɪrz
jərz
いらず
NVA
beginning
bɪˈgɪnɪŋ
 
にんぐ
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
 
2014.
 
 
 
 
The deadly virus spread in West Africa for two years beginning in 2014.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
()
NV SD
disease
dɪˈziz
でぃーず
VA
killed
kɪld
るどゥ
AR PSD
about
əˈbaʊt
うとゥ
 
11,000
 
 
NV SD
people.
ˈpipəl
ーぷる
 
The disease killed about 11,000 people.
NV RJPSD
But
bʌt
 
とゥ
N A SD
it
ɪt
 
とゥ
RJ SD
also
ˈɔlsoʊ
 
ーるそう
R
severely
səˈvɪrli
 
いぁり
NVA
affected
əˈfɛktəd
əˈfɛktɪd
ぇくてぃど
N A
basic
ˈbeɪsɪk
 
いしく
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NVA SD
care
kɛr
 
NV
services.
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
 
But it also severely affected basic health care services.
 
Ebola
 
 
NV
kills
kɪlz
きるず
AR PSD
about
əˈbaʊt
うとゥ
NVAR PS
half
hæf
ーふ
N PSD
of
ʌv
ぁゔ
A D
those
ðoʊz
うず
N A SD
it
ɪt
とゥ
V
infects.
ɪnˈfɛkts
いんぇくつ
 
Ebola kills about half of those it infects.
N A SD
It
ɪt
 
とゥ
NV
causes
ˈkɑzəz
ˈkɔzɪz
こーじず
 
flu-like
flu - laɪk
 
ー - いく
NV
effects
ɪˈfɛkts
ˈifɛkts
ぇくつ
N AR SD
first,
fɜrst
 
ぁーすとゥ
N ARJ SD
then
ðɛn
 
 
vomiting
 
 
 
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
N D
diarrhea.
ˌdaɪəˈriə
 
だいぁーぁ
 
It causes flu-like effects first, then vomiting and diarrhea.
N A SD
It
ɪt
 
とゥ
NV SD
can
kæn
 
ゃん
NVA SD
lead
lid
lɛd
どゥ
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
A SD
severe
səˈvɪr
 
いぁ
NVAR
bleeding
ˈblidɪŋ
 
ーでぃんぐ
AR SD
both
boʊθ
 
うす
N AR P D
inside
ɪnˈsaɪd
ˈɪnˌsaɪd
いんいどゥ
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
N AR P
outside
ˈaʊtˈsaɪd
 
うといどゥ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV S
body.
ˈbɑdi
 
でぃ
 
It can lead to severe bleeding both inside and outside the body.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV SD
disease
dɪˈziz
 
でぃーず
NV
spreads
sprɛdz
 
すぷれず
N AR PSD
through
θru
 
NVAR SD
contact
ˈkɑnˌtækt
 
んたくとゥ
N R PSD
with
wɪð
wɪθ
N A JP D
an
ən
 
ぁん
VA
infected
ɪnˈfɛktəd
ɪnˈfɛktɪd
いんぇくてぃど
NV SD
person's
ˈpɜrsənz
 
ーすんず
NV S
body
ˈbɑdi
 
でぃ
N
fluids.
ˈfluədz
ˈfluɪdz
ーいず
 
The disease spreads through contact with an infected person's body fluids.
N A D
Three
θri
 
N
countries
ˈkʌntriz
 
んとりず
NV D
were
wɜr
 
R
mainly
ˈmeɪnli
 
いんり
NVA
affected
əˈfɛktəd
əˈfɛktɪd
ぇくてぃど
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N AR S
West
wɛst
 
すとゥ
N A
African
ˈæfrəkən
ˈæfrɪkən
ふりかん
NVA SD
spread
sprɛd
 
すぷどゥ
 
:
 
 
 
N
Sierra
siˈɛrə
 
N
Leone,
liˈoʊn
 
うん
N
Guinea
ˈgɪni
 
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
N
Liberia.
laɪˈbɪriə
 
らいりぁ
 
Three countries were mainly affected in the West African spread: Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.
N AR D
None
nʌn
 
うん
NV D
were
wɜr
 
 
well-prepared
wɛl - priˈpɛrd
 
る - ぷりぁどゥ
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
NVA SD
deal
dil
 
ぃーる
N R PSD
with
wɪð
wɪθ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N S
event.
ɪˈvɛnt
 
えんとゥ
 
None were well-prepared to deal with the event.
N A SD
Many
ˈmɛni
 
 
clinics
 
 
 
V D
did
dɪd
 
ぃど
N RJ SD
not
nɑt
 
とゥ
NVAR SD
even
ˈiv(ə)n
 
ーゔん
NV SD
have
hæv
 
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N A
protective
prəˈtɛktɪv
pərˈtɛktɪv
ぷらくてぃゔ
NV
tools
tulz
 
VA
needed
ˈnidəd
ˈnidɪd
にーでぃど
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
R
safely
ˈseɪfli
 
いふり
NVA SD
deal
dil
 
ぃーる
N R PSD
with
wɪð
wɪθ
 
Ebola
 
 
 
N
patients,
ˈpeɪʃənts
ˈpeɪʃənz
いしゅんつ
NVARJPSD
like
laɪk
 
いく
NV D
gloves
glʌvz
 
ぐらゔず
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
NV SD
face
feɪs
 
ぇいす
NV
masks.
mæsks
 
みゃすくす
 
Many clinics did not even have the protective tools needed to safely deal with Ebola patients, like gloves and face masks.
 
Bradley
 
 
 
 
Wagenaar
 
 
 
V
was
wʌz
wɑz
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NVA SD
lead
lid
lɛd
どゥ
N
researcher
ˈrisərʧər
 
ーちゃ
N PSD
of
ʌv
 
ぁゔ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N A SD
University
ˌjunəˈvɜrsəti
 
ゆーなぁーさてぃ
N PSD
of
ʌv
 
ぁゔ
N
Washington
ˈwɑʃɪŋtən
ˈwɔʃɪŋtən
しんぐたん
NV S
study.
ˈstʌdi
 
でぃ
 
Bradley Wagenaar was the lead researcher of the University of Washington study.
 
"Rightfully
 
 
 
N ARJ SD
so,
soʊ
 
NV SD
people
ˈpipəl
 
ーぷる
NV D
were
wɜr
 
A SD
afraid
əˈfreɪd
 
ぁふいどゥ
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
NVA SD
go
goʊ
 
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
clinic
 
 
 
RJPSD
because
bɪˈkɔz
 
ーず
SD
they
ðeɪ
 
NVA D
might
maɪt
 
いとゥ
NV SD
get
gɛt
gɪt
とゥ
 
Ebola
 
 
 
N RJ SD
when
wɛn
 
ぅえん
 
they're
ðɛr
 
ぜら
N A PSD
at
æt
 
あとゥ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
clinic.
 
 
 
 
"
 
 
 
 
“Rightfully so, people were afraid to go to the clinic because they might get Ebola when they're at the clinic.”
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV S
team
tim
 
ぃーむ
V
looked
lʊkt
 
るくとゥ
N A PSD
at
æt
 
あとゥ
NV
records
rəˈkɔrdz
 
かず
A PSD
from
frʌm
frɑm
 
379
 
 
 
 
clinics
 
 
 
N AR P
outside
ˈaʊtˈsaɪd
 
うといどゥ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
Liberian
 
 
 
N A SD
capital,
ˈkæpətəl
ˈkæpɪtəl
ゃぱとる
 
Monrovia.
 
 
 
 
The team looked at records from 379 clinics outside the Liberian capital, Monrovia.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV
records
rəˈkɔrdz
 
かず
VA
covered
ˈkʌvərd
 
ゔぁどゥ
 
a
ə
NVA SD
period
ˈpɪriəd
 
りぁどゥ
A PSD
from
frʌm
frɑm
 
2010
 
 
 
N AR PSD
through
θru
 
 
2016.
 
 
 
 
The records covered a period from 2010 through 2016.
 
Wagenaar
 
 
 
NV
says
sɛz
sɪz
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N
researchers
ˈrisərʧərz
 
ーちゃず
NV D
saw
 
N AR SD
what
wʌt
 
わとゥ
N A SD
he
hi
 
V
called
kɔld
 
こーるどゥ
 
a
ə
A SD
"huge,
hjuʤ
juʤ
ひゅーじ
A
dramatic
drəˈmætɪk
 
どらゃてぃく
NV SD
decrease"
ˈdiˌkris
dɪˈkris
でぃくーす
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
N A
basic
ˈbeɪsɪk
 
いしく
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NVA SD
care
kɛr
 
NV
services
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
N AR SD
early
ˈɜrli
 
ーり
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV
outbreak.
ˈaʊtˌbreɪk
 
うとぶれいく
 
Wagenaar says the researchers saw what he called a “huge, dramatic decrease” in basic health care services early in the outbreak.
SD
They
ðeɪ
NVA D
found
faʊnd
ぁうんどゥ
N
measles
ˈmizəlz
ーずるず
N
vaccinations
ˌvæksəˈneɪʃənz
ゔあくしいしゅんず
V
dropped
drɑpt
どらーぷとゥ
N AR P D
by
baɪ
 
67
 
 
N AR SD
percent,
pərˈsɛnt
んとゥ
N
malaria
məˈlɛriə
りぁ
N
prevention
priˈvɛnʃən
ぷりえんしゃん
NVAR D
fell
fɛl
ぇる
N AR P D
by
baɪ
 
61
 
 
N AR SD
percent
pərˈsɛnt
んとゥ
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
ぁんどゥ
 
35
 
 
N AR SD
percent
pərˈsɛnt
んとゥ
A
fewer
ˈfjuər
ゅーぁ
N
women
ˈwɪmən
みん
V
got
gɑt
とゥ
N AR SD
early
ˈɜrli
ーり
N
pregnancy
ˈprɛgnənsi
ぐなんし
NVA SD
care.
kɛr
 
They found measles vaccinations dropped by 67 percent, malaria prevention fell by 61 percent and 35 percent fewer women got early pregnancy care.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
N
researchers
ˈrisərʧərz
 
ーちゃず
NV RJ SD
say
seɪ
 
N A SD
it
ɪt
 
とゥ
V
took
tʊk
 
ぅく
 
a
ə
NVAR SD
full
fʊl
 
ぅる
N SD
year
jɪr
 
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
 
a
ə
NVAR PS
half
hæf
 
ーふ
JPSD
for
fɔr
 
ぉー
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NV
services
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
NVA SD
return
rɪˈtɜrn
 
ーん
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV
levels
ˈlɛvəlz
 
ゔるず
SD
they
ðeɪ
 
NV D
were
wɜr
 
RJPSD
before
bɪˈfɔr
ˌbiˈfɔr
ぉー
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
Ebola
 
 
 
NV
outbreak.
ˈaʊtˌbreɪk
 
うとぶれいく
 
The researchers say it took a full year and a half for health services to return to the levels they were before the Ebola outbreak.
NVA D
Lost
lɔst
ーすとゥ
N
possibilities.
ˌpɑsəˈbɪlətiz
ぱーさらてぃず
 
Lost possibilities.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
N
researcher
ˈrisərʧər
 
ーちゃ
NV SD
estimate
ˈɛstəmət
ˈɛstəˌmeɪt
すためいとゥ
N ARJ SD
that
ðæt
 
ざとゥ
 
a
ə
NV D
loss
lɔs
 
ーす
N PSD
of
ʌv
 
ぁゔ
 
a
ə
N A SD
possible
ˈpɑsəbəl
 
さぶる
 
750,000
 
 
 
 
clinic
 
 
 
NV
visits
ˈvɪzəts
ˈvɪzɪts
いじつ
V
took
tʊk
 
ぅく
NV SD
place
pleɪs
 
いす
V PSD
during
ˈdʊrɪŋ
 
ぃゅりんぐ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N SD
crisis.
ˈkraɪsəs
 
いしす
 
The researcher estimate that a loss of a possible 750,000 clinic visits took place during the crisis.
N ARJ SD
That
ðæt
 
ざとゥ
NV
includes
ɪnˈkludz
 
いんくーず
NVAR SD
more
mɔr
 
RJPSD
than
ðæn
 
ゃん
 
5,000
 
 
 
NV
births
bɜrθs
 
ばーすす
N A PSD
at
æt
 
あとゥ
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NVA SD
care
kɛr
 
NV
centers.
ˈsɛntərz
ˈsɛnərz
んたず
 
That includes more than 5,000 births at health care centers.
N
Liberia
laɪˈbɪriə
 
らいりぁ
R S
already
ɔlˈrɛdi
ɔˈrɛdi
おーるでぃ
V
suffers
ˈsʌfərz
 
ふぁず
NVA D
one
wʌn
 
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NVA SD
world's
wɜrldz
 
わーるず
AR
highest
ˈhaɪəst
 
はいすとゥ
A
maternal
məˈtɜrnəl
 
ーんる
N D
death
dɛθ
 
NV
rates.
reɪts
 
れいつ
 
Liberia already suffers one the world's highest maternal death rates.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV SD
research
riˈsɜrʧ
ˈrisərʧ
ーち
V
suggests
səgˈʤɛsts
 
さぐぇすつ
N ARJ SD
that
ðæt
 
ざとゥ
AR PSD
about
əˈbaʊt
 
うとゥ
 
100,000
 
 
 
 
malarial
 
 
 
N
treatments
ˈtritmənts
 
ーとまんつ
NV D
were
wɜr
 
NVA D
lost,
lɔst
 
ーすとゥ
N RJPSD
as
æz
 
あず
NVAR SD
well.
wɛl
 
 
The research suggests that about 100,000 malarial treatments were lost, as well.
 
Wagenaar
 
 
 
NV
says
sɛz
sɪz
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NVA SD
number
ˈnʌmbər
 
むば
V SD
suggest
səgˈʤɛst
 
さぐぇすとゥ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N D
losses
ˈlɔsəz
ˈlɔsɪz
らーしず
RJ SD
also
ˈɔlsoʊ
 
ーるそう
N PSD
of
ʌv
 
ぁゔ
NVAR SD
other
ˈʌðər
 
N A SD
usual
ˈjuʒəwəl
ˈjuʒuəl
ーじゅぁる
NV
services,
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
NVARJPSD
like
laɪk
 
いく
NV D
mosquito
məˈskitoʊ
 
ますーとう
NV SD
control
kənˈtroʊl
 
かんとうる
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
N
protection
prəˈtɛkʃən
pərˈtɛkʃən
ぷらくしゃん
N
devices.
dɪˈvaɪsəz
dɪˈvaɪsɪz
でぃゔいしず
 
Wagenaar says the number suggest the losses also of other usual services, like mosquito control and protection devices.
N AR SD
"Some
sʌm
 
N PSD
of
ʌv
 
ぁゔ
A D
those
ðoʊz
 
うず
NVAR SD
other
ˈʌðər
 
N D
things
θɪŋz
 
しんぐず
 
didn't
ˈdɪdənt
 
ぃどんとゥ
V R SD
happen
ˈhæpən
 
ぱん
V PSD
during
ˈdʊrɪŋ
 
ぃゅりんぐ
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
Ebola
 
 
 
NV
outbreak
ˈaʊtˌbreɪk
 
うとぶれいく
RJPSD
because
bɪˈkɔz
 
ーず
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
N SD
system
ˈsɪstəm
 
すたむ
NV RJ SD
and
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
NVAR SD
other
ˈʌðər
 
NV
partners
ˈpɑrtnərz
 
ーとなず
NV D
were
wɜr
 
NVA SD
busy
ˈbɪzi
 
N R PSD
with
wɪð
wɪθ
NVAR SD
other
ˈʌðər
 
NV
issues.
ˈɪʃuz
 
しゅーず
NV RJ SD
And
ænd
 
ぁんどゥ
NVARJ SD
now,
naʊ
 
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV
cases
ˈkeɪsəz
ˈkeɪsɪz
けいしず
NV SD
have
hæv
 
NV D
been
bɪn
bən
びん
NVA
increasing.
ɪnˈkrisɪŋ
 
いんくーしんぐ
 
"
 
 
 
 
“Some of those other things didn't happen during the Ebola outbreak because the health system and other partners were busy with other issues. And now, the cases have been increasing.”
NVAR PSD
In
ɪn
 
N
December
dɪˈsɛmbər
 
でぃむば
 
2017,
 
 
 
N
malaria
məˈlɛriə
 
りぁ
NV
cases
ˈkeɪsəz
ˈkeɪsɪz
けいしず
NV D
were
wɜr
 
 
50
 
 
 
N AR SD
percent
pərˈsɛnt
 
んとゥ
N AR
higher
ˈhaɪər
 
いぁ
RJPSD
than
ðæn
 
ゃん
SD
they
ðeɪ
 
NV D
were
wɜr
 
RJPSD
before
bɪˈfɔr
ˌbiˈfɔr
ぉー
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
 
Ebola
 
 
 
N SD
crisis.
ˈkraɪsəs
 
いしす
 
In December 2017, malaria cases were 50 percent higher than they were before the Ebola crisis.
 
Wagenaar
 
 
 
NV
says
sɛz
sɪz
R D
the
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV SD
research
riˈsɜrʧ
ˈrisərʧ
ーち
NV
shows
ʃoʊz
 
しょうず
N RJ SD
how
haʊ
 
N AR SD
much
mʌʧ
 
NVAR SD
more
mɔr
 
N SD
attention
əˈtɛnʃən
 
んしゃん
NV
is
ɪz
 
いず
VA
needed
ˈnidəd
ˈnidɪd
にーでぃど
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
NVA SD
continue
kənˈtɪnju
 
かんぃにゅー
N A
basic
ˈbeɪsɪk
 
いしく
NV
services
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
V PSD
during
ˈdʊrɪŋ
 
ぃゅりんぐ
 
a
ə
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
N A SD
emergency.
ɪˈmɜrʤənsi
ˈimərʤənsi
ーじゃんし
 
Wagenaar says the research shows how much more attention is needed to continue basic services during a health emergency.
R D
The
ðə(ði)
 
()
NV SD
research
riˈsɜrʧ
ˈrisərʧ
ーち
NVAR PSD
on
ɑn(ɔn)
 
N
Liberia's
laɪˈbɪriəz
 
いぶ-ーぁず
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NVA SD
care
kɛr
 
NV
services
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
NV D
could
kʊd
 
どゥ
NV SD
be
bi
 
VA D
used
juzd
just
ーすとゥ
V PSD
during
ˈdʊrɪŋ
 
ぃゅりんぐ
N A S
future
ˈfjuʧər
 
ゅーちゃ
NV
outbreaks.
ˈaʊtˌbreɪks
 
うとぶれいくす
 
The research on Liberia's health care services could be used during future outbreaks.
 
Wagenaar's
 
 
 
NV S
team
tim
 
ぃーむ
NV
hopes
hoʊps
 
ほうぷす
N A SD
it
ɪt
 
とゥ
NVA D
might
maɪt
 
いとゥ
NV SD
help
hɛlp
 
るぷ
N S
health
hɛlθ
 
るす
NVA SD
care
kɛr
 
N
officials
əˈfɪʃəlz
 
おうぃしゅず
V SD
decide
ˌdɪˈsaɪd
 
でぃいどゥ
N AR SD
what
wʌt
 
わとゥ
NV
services
ˈsɜrvəsəz
ˈsɜrvɪsɪz
ーゔいしず
NV D
are
ɑr
 
N AR SD
most
moʊst
 
もうすとゥ
A S
important
ɪmˈpɔrtənt
 
いむーとんとゥ
NV R PSD
to
tu
 
とゥ
NVA SD
continue
kənˈtɪnju
 
かんぃにゅー
NVAR PSD
in
ɪn
 
N A JP D
an
ən
 
ぁん
N A SD
emergency.
ɪˈmɜrʤənsi
ˈimərʤənsi
ーじゃんし
 
Wagenaar's team hopes it might help health care officials decide what services are most important to continue in an emergency.
 
I'm
aɪm
əm
あいむ
N
Rachel
ˈreɪʧəl
 
ぇる
N
Dennis.
ˈdɛnɪs
 
にす
 
I'm Rachel Dennis.
   アルコムワールド    英語のゆずりん    サイトの新規登録106    ホームページの宣伝、アクセスアップの無料検索エンジン「サイト登録.com」    家庭教師の総合情報    家庭教師アルバイト一括登録ナビ    さくらぷれす:女性向け情報を提供する、検索コミュニティーサイト    Net Office Nakai   
Copyright © 2017 asunokoe.com All Rights Reserved.