Jul 2, 2011

VOA Special English News 21

Britain and China announced new trade agreements Monday. The deals are worth more than two billion dollars. Chinese Premiere Wen Jiabo and British prime minister David Cameron spoke to reporters in London after the signing. Both expressed hope for increasing trade between their countries to one hundred billion dollars by 2014. But two leaders also expressed differences about human rights and Livia. Chinese premier Wen Jiabo is now in Germany, the final stop of his European trip. Chancellor Angela Merkel is holding a dinner in Berlin in honor of Mr. Jiabo.


1 comment:

ジョン said...

But, two leaders
--> But two leaders
※ It's usually better to connect two sentences with "but" and to use "however" between two separate sentences. It's not a hard-and-fast rule, I think, but I think that that's how it's generally done.

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