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Q: I'm watching a VOA news for listening practice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_B1BcSODGdo

From the 58 seconds to 64 seconds, What is he saying?
"a parent air temperature"?? Is it correct?
Thank you for your help.

# the transcript generated by Youtube
We do expect record temperatures on Wednesday in the southwest of Germany of some 43 degrees of a parent air temperature.
A: "Apparent air temperature."
"Apparent" means that's how it appears. Usually, that word isn't used for things that can't be seen, but in those cases, they are talking about sensing it with other things than just eyes.
Q: I'm watching a VOA news for listening practice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_B1BcSODGdo

From the beginning to 5 seconds, What is she saying?
"in possibly" or "impossibly"? Which one is correct?
Thank you for your help.

1. Europeans are said to bake this week in possibly record-breaking temperatures for June.
2. Europeans are said to bake this week impossibly record-breaking temperatures for June.
A: "possibly" is correct.
"impossibly" doesn't make sense here.
Q: This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

A simple water pump is helping to improve the lives この表現は自然ですか?
A: "A simple water pump is helping to improve lives." The emphasis should be on "water" instead of "pump."
Q: How useful do you think it is to learning VOA everyday?
A: I think daily exposure to the language you're learning is very important. Regardless if it's from VOA or something else.

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