“Hey Ron, DYK that most non-American versions of English tend to follow British English more often than American English?”
“Mr. VAN DYK: Well, the two have been in dispute, on a lower level, for several months, if not longer, and that has come to a head over the summer.”
“Mr. VAN DYK: Well, they very much dominated the city scene for almost two decades.”
“VAN DYK: She says if volunteers like her didnt help the people in these villages, no one would.”
“(Soundbite of digging) VAN DYK: They patrol from 7: 00 in the morning to 7: 00 at night.”
“PETER VAN DYK: A group of volunteer firefighters patrol the tinder-dry forest near Moscow.”
“(Soundbite of yelling) VAN DYK: The patrols are done for the day.”
“Ms. MARIA PROKOVA (Leader, Fire Patrol): (Foreign language spoken) VAN DYK: Maria Prokova, the leader of the patrol, sees a fire.”
“VAN DYK: Andrei Nikiforov is a computer programmer, but like Prokova he is also a regular volunteer with the Emergencies Ministry.”
“VAN DYK: If the fire had spread, they wouldve had to call for the fire truck.”
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