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  • 新标准高职英语专业系列教材:应用英语综合2(教师用书)[平装]
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  • 作者:傅玉(编者),等(编者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第1版(2012年7月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787544626392

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    《新标准高职英语专业系列教材:应用英语综合2(教师用书)》特点:编写队伍强大:邀请国内知名外语院校和高职院校的专家、教授共同编写,并有国外专家加盟。体系完备:含综合、听说、阅读、写作等教程,各校可根据实际情况选用相关产品,灵活组合。基础性与实践性并重:充分考虑高职学生需求,在教学内容选取、教学任务设置和练习设计等;方面注重夯实学生英语语言基础,兼顾实践性、职业性的教学需要。

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    UNIT 1 FAMOUS PEOPLE
    TEXT A My Childhood
    TEXT B My Twenty Years in GE
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 2 INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
    TEXT A Improving Interpersonal Relationships
    TEXT B Beyond Expectations
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 3 WORK
    TEXT A Laid Off, and Working Harder Than Ever
    TEXT B Types of Managers
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 4 ENVIRONMENT
    TEXT A Global Warming:Who Loses--and Who Wins?
    TEXT B From Bags to Riches:The Recycling Project Which
    Starts in India's Rubbish Tips
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 5 INNOVATION
    TEXT A Professor in Your Pocket
    TEXT B The World's Greatest Green Inventions
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 6 CULTURE
    TEXT A The Language of Space
    TEXT B Your Guide to the 15 Golden Rules of Online
    Etiquette
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 7 VACATIONING
    TEXT A Volunteer Vacations Gain Popularity
    TEXT B Just Sit Back and Relax
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES
    UNIT 8 WATER CONSERVATION
    TEXT A Once Built on a Lake,Mexico City Now Runs Dry
    TEXT B Trees
    WRITING
    INTEGRATED EXERCISES

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    Be yourself,or be true to yourself.Don't be another person just to make someone like you.A true friend will like you for who you are,not who you pretend to be.
    Spend more time around people.If you want to make friends, you first need to put yourself out there somehow in order to meet people.Friends seldom come knocking on your door while you sit at home playing computer games.
    Join an organization with people who have common interests.You don't necessarily have to have a lot of common interests with people in order to make friends with them.In fact,some of the most rewarding friendships are between two people who don't have much in common at all,but if you have a specific topic,try searching for just a location.It's a great way to meet new local people!Social networking sites are great ways to meet new people and learn more about the people you meet.
    Volunteer.Volunteering is a great way for people of all ages to meet others.By working together you build bonds with people,and you might meet others who have a passion for changing things the way you do-a common cause.
    Make small talk.Keep the conversation light and cheery. Even if you're complaining about something,make sure it's something you're both dissatisfied with,and emphasize the positive-how such a situation can be avoided in the future, or alternatives.Bounce a few words back and forth for a little bit.Many conversationalists say that it is good to follow a 30/70(30% talking,70% listening)pattern during small talk when possible.
    Initiate a get-together.You can chat your heart out but it won't get you a friend if you don't open up the opportunity for another conversation or meeting.This is especially important if you meet someone who you aren't otherwise likely to meet again. Seize the day!
    If you've discovered that the person you're talking to has a common interest, ask him or her more about it and,if appropriate,whether they get together with others (in a club,for example)to pursue this interest.If so,this is a perfect opportunity to ask about joining them.If you clearly express interest(when? where?can anyone come?)they'll probably invite you.If you have a club,band, church,etc.that you think they might enjoy, take the opportunity to give them your number or email address and invite them to join you.