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  • 听力教程(3)教师用书(第2版)[平装]
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  • 作者:施心远(编者),戴炜栋(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第2版(2011年5月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544620727

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    《听力教程(3)教师用书(第2版)》为普通高等教育“十一五”国家级规划教材,新世纪高等院校英语专业本科生系列教材(修订版)之一。

    目录

    Unit 1
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 2
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 3
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 4
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 5
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 6
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 7
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 8
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 9
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 10
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 11
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 12
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 13
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 14
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

    Unit 15
    Section One Tactics for Listening
    Section Two Listening Comprehension
    Section Three News
    Section Four Supplementary Exercises

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    It was different however when a foreign invader came and robbed him of his possessions. After twenty centuries of independent life, a savage Arab tribe of shep- herds, called the Hyksos*, attacked Egypt and for five hundred years they were the masters of the valley of the Nile. They were highly unpopular and great hate was also felt for the Hebrews who came to the land of Goshen* to find a shelter after their long wandering through the desert and who helped the foreign usurper* by acting as his tax-gatherers and his civil servants.
    But shortly after the year 1700 B.C., the people of Thebes* began a revolution and after a long struggle the Hyksos were driven out of the country and Egypt was free once more.
    A thousand years later, when Assyria* conquered all of western Asia, Egypt became part of the empire of Sardanapalus*. In the seventh century B.C., it became once more an independent state which obeyed the rule of a king who lived in the city of Sais in the Delta of the Nile. But in the year 525 B.C., Cambyses*, the king of the Persians, took possession of Egypt and in the fourth century B.C., when Persia was conquered by Alexander the Great*, Egypt too became a Macedonian province. It regained a semblance* of independence when one of Alexander's generals set himself up as king of a new Egyptian state and founded the dynasty of the Ptolemies*, who resided in the newly-built city of Alexandria.