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  • 星火英语:6级黄金组合2(6级全真试卷超详解版+6级词汇星火式巧计速记精练)(套装共2册)(附光盘)[平装]
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  • 作者:陈幼平(编者),马德高(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:上海交通大学出版社;第1版(2012年6月1日)
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    《星火英语:6级黄金组合2(6级全真试卷超详解版+6级词汇星火式巧计速记精练)(套装共2册)》以高中已学词汇为基点,推导出与之相关的4800余个大学英语六级词汇,其余1300余个特立独行的单词在大纲词汇查缺补漏中一并讲解,以星火式记忆法为主导,凭借高中的少数词汇就可以帮助大家轻松记忆大学英语六级词汇。

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    《全真试卷·六级》目录:
    前言 Preface
    导言 Introduction
    Word List 1 ABLE-APPEAR
    Word List 2 APPLY-BED
    Word List 3 BEFORE-CALL
    Word List 4 CAMP-CHILD
    Word List 5 CHOOSE-COMMON
    Word List 6 COMPANY-CRACK
    Word List 7 CREATE-DIALOGUE
    Word List 8 DICTATION-DRESS
    Word List 9 DRINK-EXHIBITION
    Word List 10 EXIT-FINISH
    Word List 11 FIRE-GENERAL
    Word List 12 GEOGRAPHY-HAVE
    Word List 13 HEAD-IN
    Word List 14 INCIDENT-LEAD
    Word List 15 LEAF-MACHINE
    Word List 16 MAGIC-MINE
    Word List 17 MINI-NORMAL
    Word List 18 NOTE-PAPER
    Word List 19 PART-PLUS
    Word List 20 POEM-PRIVATE
    Word List 21 PROCEED-RATE
    Word List 22 REASON-RESULT
    Word List 23 REVOLUTION-SEE
    Word List 24 SELL-SOURCE
    Word List 25 SPACE-STRIKE
    Word List 26 STRIPE-TEST
    Word List 27 TEXT-TRANSLATE
    Word List 28 TREMBLE-VALUE
    Word List 29 VAPO(U)R-WANT
    Word List 30 WAR-YOUNG
    附录 Appendix 大纲词汇查缺补漏
    索引 Index
    ……
    《大学英语词汇·六级》

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    The rising volume of trade-more goods and services shuttling in and out of the United States-is good news for many sectors. Companies engaged in shipping,trucking,rail freight,delivery,and logistics (物流) have all been reporting better than expected results. The rising numbers signify growing vitality in foreign markets-when we import more stuff,it puts more cash in the hands of people around the world,and U. S. exports are rising because more foreigners have the ability to buy the things we produce and market. The rising tide of trade is also good news for people who work in trade-sensitive businesses,especially those that produce commodities for which global demand sets the price-agricultural goods,mining,metals,oil.
    And while exports always seem to lag,U. S. companies are becoming more involved in the global economy with each passing month. General Motors sells as many cars in China as in America each month. While that may not do much for imports,it does help GM's balance sheet-and hence makes the jobs of U. S.-based executives more stable.
    One great challenge for the U.S. economy is slack domestic consumer demand. Americans are paying down debt,saving more,and spending more carefully. That's to be expected,given what we've been through. But there's a bigger challenge. Can U. S.-based businesses,large and small,figure out how to get a piece of growing global demand? Unless you want to pick up and move to India,or Brazil,or China,the best way to do that is through trade. It may seem obvious,but it's no longer enough simply to do business with our friends and neighbors here at home.
    Companies and individuals who don't have a strategy to export more,or to get more involved in foreign markets,or to play a role in global trade,are shutting themselves out of the lion's share of economic opportunity in our world.