#ScalersTalk千人早起晨读团 #持续记录帖-第27天(第25、26天自己练习)

This is the VOA Special English Health Report. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, can save the life of someone whose heart has stopped. The condition is called cardiac arrest. The heart stops pumping blood. The person stops breathing. Without lifesaving measures, the brain starts to die within four to six minutes. CPR combines breathing into the victim's mouth and repeated presses on the chest. CPR keeps blood and oxygen flowing to the heart and brain. However, a new Japanese study questions the usefulness of mouth-to-mouth breathing. The study was published in the British medical magazine, The Lancet. Doctors in Tokyo led the research. It examined more than four thousand people who had suffered cardiac arrest. In all the cases, witnesses saw the event happen.


昨天发了一版,比原版多1秒,但是有几个问题,被小伙伴指出来,包括changed、guideline和perform,还要进一步再练习。今天群里发录音,被抽到点评,其中medical的l和cases的es读的不到位,可能没跟语音同步,所以自己在读的时候就放松了,然后突然就被抽到了,汗~ 突然想起:机会是留给有准备的人的...所以不管做什么事情,每次必须认真对待!