Newsletter No. 11

Everest Moutain

Chinese scientists say the world's highest mountain has become shorter during the past 17 years. The scientists say Mount Everest has lost almost 2 meters in height since 1975. At that time the mountain was measured 8848 meters tall. The chinese scientists say they studied the mountain for the year before their results. However, some responders are surprised about the chinese results. They say most scientists believe Mount Everest is rising by almost 4 centimeters a year.

Vocabulary for document translation:

Chinese scientist: Chinese scientist To becom shorter: to become shorter To lose almost 2 meters in height: to lose almost 2 meters in height To measure: measure To announce one's results: to announce one's results To be surprised about: surprised about To believe: to believe Mount Everest: Mount Everest

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Reference translation:

Chinese scientists say the world's tallest mountain has become lower over the past 17 years. Scientists say Mount Everest has lost 2 meters in height since 1975. At that time the mountain measured 8848 meters in height. Chinese scientists say they studied the mountain for a year before announcing their results. However, some researchers were surprised by the results of the Chinese scientists. They say most scientists believe Mount Everest is rising nearly four centimeters a year.

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