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  • 高级英语(修订本)(第2册)(重排版)[平装]
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  • 作者:王立礼(编者),张汉熙(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第1版(2010年10月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787513502061

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    《高级英语(修订本)(第2册)(重排版)》是由外语教学与研究出版社出版的。

    目录

    Lesson 1 Face to Face with Hurricane Camille
    Lesson 2 Marrakech
    Lesson 3 Pub Talk and the King's English
    Lesson 4 Inaugural Address
    Lesson 5 Love Is a Fallacy
    Lesson 6 Disappearing Through the Skylight
    Lesson 7 The Libido for the Ugly
    Lesson 8 The Worker as Creator or Machine.
    Lesson 9 The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas
    Lesson 10 The Sad Young Men
    Lesson 11 The Future of the English
    Lesson 12 The Discovery of What It Means to Be an American
    Lesson 13 In Favor of Capital Punishment
    Lesson 14 Loving and Hating New York
    List of Suggested Reference Books

    序言

    本书是《高级英语》(修订本)第二册的重排版。本书收集的14篇课文皆为本世纪现代英语的原文,除其中两篇课文的个别地方外,文章一概未做任何删改或压缩。课文的难度逐渐增加。课文的题材和体裁力求广泛、多样,以利于学生扩大知识面和接触不同的文体。课文的篇幅比较适中,文字规范化,适于精读分析。
    本书的练习项目一部分与上册相同(如内容问答、词汇、构词法、修辞手段等方面的练习),目的在于复习巩固已学到的知识,另外增加了写注释、课文写作技巧分析、写作练习等新的项目。这些练习的目的是:第一,提高学生的独立工作能力,引导学生学会查找有关参考书,并使学生自己动手写注释、做笔记。第二,培养学生分析欣赏写作技巧的能力。在掌握课文内容的基础上,学生还应该注意文章的结构、语言的特点以及各种写作技巧的运用。为配合分析课文的写作技巧,安排了写作练习,包括句子,段落等方面的主要项目。

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    It is only because of this that the starved countries of Asia and Africa are accepted as tourist resorts. No one would think of running cheap trips to the Distressed Areas. But where the human beings have brown skins their poverty is simply not noticed. What does Morocco mean to a Frenchman? An orange grove or a job in Government service. Or to an Englishman? Camels, castles, palmtrees, Foreign Legionnaires, brass trays, and bandi ts. One couldprobably live there for years without noticing that for nine-tenths of the people the reality of life is an endless back-breaking struggle to wring a little food out of an eroded soil.
    Most of Morocco is so desolate that no wild animal bigger than a hare can live on it. Huge areas which were once covered with forest have turned into a treeless waste where the soil is exactly like broken-up brick. Nevertheless a good deal of it is cultivated, with frightful labour. Everything is done by hand. Long lines of women, bent double like inverted capital Ls, work their way slowly across the fields, tearing up the prickly weeds with their hands, and the peasant gathering lucerne for fodder pulls it up stalk by stalk instead of reaping it, thus saving an inch or two on each stalk.