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  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2003年8月1日)
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    目录

    Unit 1 Space Exploration
    Part A Pre-Listening Task
    Part B Listening Tasks
    Text 1:The World's First Space Tourist(Part One)
    Text 2:The World's First Space Tourist(Part Two)
    Speaking Tasks
    Part C Additional Listening :Mir's End Humour
    Part D Home Lixstening(1):Mir Space Station
    Home Lixstening(2):Space Shuttle

    Unit 2 Strangers
    Part A Pre-listening Task
    Part B Listening Tasks
    Text 1:The Umbrella Man(Part One)
    Text 1:The Umbrella Man(Part Two)
    Speaking Tasks
    Part C Additional Listening:You've Got Mail
    An English Song
    Part D Home Listening(1):A Stranger on the Internet

    Unit 3 Strangers
    Part A Pre-listening Task
    Part B Listening Tasks
    Home Listening(2):Stranger Danger Test
    Pari C Additional Ijstening:US Carmakers Make Progress Humour
    Part D Home Listening(1): Superfraucl

    Unit 4 UFOs
    Part A Pre-listening Task
    Part B Listening Tasks
    Text 1: A UFOin My Yard(Part One)
    Text 2: A OFO in My Yard (Part Two)
    Speaking Tasks
    Pari C Additional Listening: Were They UFOs?
    Quotations
    Part D Home Listening(1): Jimmy Carter Once Saw a UFO
    Home Listening(2): 7he International UFO Comgress

    Unit 5 Laughter: the Bcst Medicine
    Part A Pre-listening Task
    Part B Listening Tasks
    Text: Laughter: the Best Medieine Speaking Tasks
    Part C Additional Listening: July 4th Celebration Humour
    Part D Home Listening(1): Laughing, Cood for Our Soul
    Home Listening(2): Live Longer and Healtluer

    Unit 6 Euthanasia
    Part A Pre-listening Task
    Part B Listening Tasks
    Text: A Request for Euthanasia Speaking Tasks
    Part C Addkional Listening: Cenes and Disease
    ……
    Unit 7 Pseudoscience
    Unit 8 Divorce
    Unit 9 Animal Rights
    Unit 10 Cloning
    Unit 11 Overseas Study
    Unit 12 Footbal and Fans
    Unit 13 How Technology Affects Us
    Unit 14 Chinese Americans
    Unit 15 Senior Citizens
    Unit 16 Heroes in Education
    Test 1
    Test 2

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    My mom had a very angry look on her face, and her nostrils were flaring; Her eyes scared me the most. They were liffle slits below her eyebrows. If she had looked my way she surely would have bumt a hole through my own eyes.
    I can still remember the scene. My mother stormed out of the doorway to the drjver's side of our van. My dad told us to go upstairs. We got out of the van, all on the passenger side. My mother didn't seem to notice that we were there. As we walked, rather briskly. inside, I heard screamirig and arguing. My dad hadn't gotten out of the van and he and my mom were arguing their way down the hall into the study. By now, we weR upstairs in my brothers' room. We all sat there, staring at eachother.
    More arguing, more screanung, more confusion. Then, thump! And a loud wailing. Oh my God! My baby brother, someone had dropped my baby brother.
    My older brother jumped with the-rest of us and ran downstairs and retumed widun secondswith our wailing 6-month-old brother. We looked him over as best we could and he seemed fine to us,just a little shaken up.
    The next things we heard were sirens. Now the police were here. Tears were st:uiing to come to my eyes; everyone knew that something bad must have or was going to happen when the policecame.
    A while later, my dad came up to talk to us. He said that mommy had to leave. They were getfing a divorce.
    From then;on,life was a blurry dream of endless custody and court battles, supervised and unsupervised visitations, confusion and hatred.
    A ping-pong game is probably the best way to describe the first couple of years. My mom and dad were the paddles and the five kids were the ball. At first, my dad had us, then my mom, then my dad, then my mom.
    After the final custody case was fought, we ended up with my father.