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  • 商务英语综合教程(3)(教师用书)[平装]
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  • 作者:王彦(编者),王立非(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2011年1月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544619820

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    《商务英语综合教程(3)(教师用书)》:新世纪商务英语专业本科系列教材

    目录

    Unit 1 Trave I Broadens the Mind/2
    Unit 2 Home! Sweet Home!/12
    Unit 3 Welfare Is the Better Part of Well-being/26
    Unit 4 You Can Make Your Life a Bed of Roses/34
    Unit 5 From the Sublime to the Popular/42
    Unit 6 Can Art Be Commercialized?/50
    Unit 7 When Literature Meets Business/60
    Unit 8 You Reap What You Peddle/72

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    1.The failure of destination countries to budget adequately for tourism management in parks is eroding the very natural capital that visitors travel to see.If the current levels of investment continue,the tourism boom is likely to be followed before long by a bust.Prime habitats will become degraded,wildlife will become scarce,the quality of the visitor experience will decline,and eventually people will choose other destinations.
    2.A decline in the quality of the visitor experience is already apparent in some places.In the Galapagos Islands National Park and Marine Reserve,for example,managing visitors is starting to look like crowd control,as guides try to keep their clients on the narrow marked trails while they squeeze past other tourist groups.As recently as the mid-1980s,it was possible to visit one of the Galfipagos islands as part of a group of eight or fewer and not run into another person during a whole day.Today,it is unusual to be part of a group of fewer than 16,and you are likely to encounter another 10 groups along the short trails you are permitted to follow.
    3.On one hand,the park systems should get more from the tourism income.Recent studies carried out by the Nature Conservancy in Ecuador and Peru indicate that although tourism is still by far the biggest source of self-generated revenue for these countries’park systems,the park systems capture only a tiny part of current tourist spending.On the other hand,they can raise the tickets prices.