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  • 床头灯英语学习读本3000词?第3辑(套装共10册)(纯英文版)(附MP3光盘2张)[平装]
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  • 作者:RobertWilliams(改编),AndrewGrant(改编),OliviaCollins(改编),等(改编,作者,编者),托马斯·哈代(ThomasHar
  • 出版社:航空工业出版社;第1版(2004年7月1日)
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    《床头灯英语学习读本3000词?第3辑(套装共10册)(纯英文版)》3000词读遍天下书,从此进入英语自由境界。10册纯英文版书+35小时录音MP3。
    选择“床头灯”的N个理由:
    1.语言现代、地道,与市面上常见的原著古旧简写本截然不同的是,本系列全部由美国作家执笔,用流畅的现代英语写成。
    2.通俗易懂:严格使用3300个核心词汇写成,每页均配语言难点点拨,使你躺在床上不用翻词典就可以津津有味地读懂英语名著,把长期、艰苦的英语学习变成一件有意思的事情。有的读者兴奋地反馈道:“这是我一生中第一次用英语完整读完的小说。”事实上,你读完“床头灯”系列,英语必然有质的飞跃。大多数中国入学英语失败的主要原因是在学英语过程中读原版书前没有大量浅易阅读,没有形成语感,直接读原著,台阶太高上不去。
    3.选材经典:皆为一生中不可不读的作品,读之可掌握英语、积淀西方文化、提离个人品味和修养。
    4.趣味性强、情节断折:让你徜徉在一个又一个迥异奇妙的书中世界。
    5.由专业播音员录音:在读的同时切奠忽视断的训练,1000小时的语音输入可使你彻底摆脱聋哑葵语。
    6.本系列书是国内为数不多的在美国纽约书店出售的产品。
    7.分英汉对照版和纯英文版两种版本。

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    英语界名人、名家论阅读。
    光学几句干巴巴的英文不行,……不要总是把阅读的目的放在提高英文上,阅读首先是吸收知识,吸收知识的过程中自然而然就吸收了语言。
      ——许国璋
    用英文思维是许多英语学习者都希望达到的一种境界,因为这是用英语流畅地表达思想的基础。对于一个生活在非英语环境中的中国学生来说,要做到部分或全部用英文来思考确有很大难度,但也不是可望而不可及。从自己学习英语的经历中,我体会到坚持大量阅读是实现这一目标最有效的途径之一。
      ——何其莘(北京外国语大学副校长 博士生导师)
    对于初、中级英语学习者我特别推荐英语简易读物,读的材料要浅易,故事性要强,读的速度尽可能快一些,读得越多越好。这是学英语屡试不爽的好方法。
      ——胡文仲(北京外国语大学教授)

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    作者:(英国)托马斯?哈代(Thomas Hardy) 改编:Robert Williams 等

    目录

    《阿丽思漫游奇境记(纯英文版)》目录:
    Chapter One Falling Through the Rabbit Hole
    Chapter Two Alice Cries a Lake of Tears
    Chapter Three A Party Race and a Long Story
    Chapter Four The Rabbit Decides to Send in a Little Bill for Help
    Chapter Five The Caterpillar Gives Some Advice
    Chapter Six A Strange Baby and Some Pepper
    Chapter Seven A Mad Tea Party
    Chapter Eight Back to the Start-
    Chapter Nine A Game of Croquet for the Queen
    Chapter Ten Speaking to the Duchess
    Chapter Eleven The Story of the Mock Turtle
    Chapter Twelve The Thief of Tarts
    Chapter Thirteen Alice as a Witness

    《白鲸(纯英文版)》目录:
    Chapter One A Strange Bedmate
    Chapter Two A Friendship Forever
    Chapter Three The Mysterious Captain Ahab
    Chapter Four Getting Ready to Set Sail
    Chapter Five "A Death Wish for Moby Dick!"
    Chapter Six The Mysterious Five
    Chapter Seven Men Overboard
    Chapter Eight A Victim of Moby Dick
    Chapter Nine Another Speaker of Evil
    Chapter Ten A Right Whale on Board
    Chapter Eleven Queequeg Saves the Day Again!
    Chapter Twelve On the Trail of the White Whale
    Chapter Thirteen Returned to Life
    Chapter Fourteen Strange Signs for the Future
    Chapter Fifteen The First Day's Chase

    《圣诞欢歌(纯英文版)》目录:
    Chapter One The Ghost of Jacob Marley
    Chapter Two The First Spirit
    Chapter Three The Second Spirit
    Chapter Four The Last Spirit
    Chapter Five The End

    《德伯家的苔丝(纯英文版)》目录:
    Chapter One A New Name
    Chapter Two Disaster on the Road
    Chapter Three A Visit to thed'Urbervilles
    Chapter Four A Terrible Night
    Chapter Five A Terrible Death
    Chapter Six A New Life
    Chapter Seven Angle Clare
    Chapter Eight Failing in Love
    Chapter Nine A Visit Home
    Chapter Ten Angel's Offer
    Chapter Eleven A Missed Chance
    Chapter Twelve Tess' Wedding Day
    Chapter Thirteen Tess' Marriage
    Chapter Fourteen Separate Lives
    Chapter Fifteen A New Temptation
    Chapter Sixteen Death in the Family
    Chapter Seventeen Angel Comes Too Late
    Chapter Eighteen The Final Chase

    《野性的呼唤》目录:
    Chapter One An Introduction to the Primitive
    Chapter Two The Law of Club and Tooth
    Chapter Three The Stronger Primitive Beast
    Chapter Four The Leadership
    Chapter Five The Work of the Trail
    Chapter Six For the Love of a Man
    Chapter Seven The Hearing of the Call
    《弗兰肯斯坦(纯英文版)》
    《环游地球80天(纯英文版)》
    《化身博士(纯英文版)》
    《圣经故事(纯英文版)》
    《希腊神话故事(纯英文版)》

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    girl's mother came looking for him. He was scared, sohe hid in the churn. The woman found Jack andturned the chum around and around. When he shoutedfor her to stop, she said she would only stop if hemarried her daughter. He agreed, but the chum wasbroken."
    Everyone laughed at the story except for Tess.She was sad all afternoon. Only she could see how sadthe story really was.
    While Tess lay in bed that night, she saw theother girls looking out the window. They were lookingat someone in the garden.
    "It's no use to be in love with him, Miss RettyPriddle," said Marian. She was the oldest milkmaid.
    "There he is!" said Izz Huett. She was pale andhad dark hair. "I would marry him tomorrow if hewanted me. "
    "So would I," said Retty.
    "We can't all marry him," said Marian. "Itdoesn't matter anyway. It's obvious that he likes Tess. I've been watching him everyday and found out."
    The room was quiet.
    "This is silly," said Izz. "He is the son of a gentleman. He won't marry Tess or any of us.