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  • 作者:亚历山大(L.G.Alexander)(作者),何其莘(作者)
  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第1版(1997年10月1日)
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    《朗文?外研社?新概念英语3:培养技能(新版)》作为一套世界闻名的英语教程,以其全新的教学理念、有趣的课文内容和全面的技能训练,深受广大英语学习者的欢迎和喜爱。进入中国以后,《新概念英语》历经了数次重印。为了最大限度地满足不同层次、不同类型英语学习者的需求,本教程还配有多种系列辅导用书和音像产品供读者选择。(与本教程相配套的系列辅导用书和音像产品请另行购买)

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    作者:(英国)亚历山大(L.G. Alexander) 、何其莘
    亚历山大L.G. Alexander,世界著名的英语教学权威,曾任欧洲现代语言教学委员会理事。他的著作为交际教学法奠定了基础,其中一些如NCE(《新概念英语》)和FollowMe(《跟我学》)已成为经典教材。
    何其莘,博士,现任北京外国语大学副校长、英美文学教授、博士生导师。著有《英国文艺复兴时期文学史》、《英国戏剧选读》和Listen to This等。

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    CONTENTS目录
    To the teacher and student
    About this course
    How to use this course
    致教师和学生
    关于本教材的说明
    本教材使用说明
    Pre-unit Test 1
    UNIT ONE:Instructions to the students
    Lesson 1  A puma at large逃遁的美洲狮
    Lesson 2  Thirteen equals one十三等于一
    Lesson 3  An unknown goddess无名女神
    Lesson 4  The double life of Alfred Bloggs阿尔弗雷德?布洛格斯的双重生活
    Lesson 5  The facts确切数字
    Lesson 6  Smash-and-grab砸橱窗抢劫
    Lesson 7  Mutilated ladies残钞鉴别组
    Lesson 8  A famous monastery著名的修道院
    Lesson 9  Flying cats飞猫
    Lesson 10  The loss of the Titanic “泰坦尼克”号的沉没
    ……
    Lesson 60  Too early and too late太早和太晚
    Appendix 1: Personal names 附录1 :人名中英文名对照表
    Appendix 2: Geographical names 附录2:地名支英文对照表

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    Lesson 1 a puma at large 逃遁的美洲狮
    pumas are large,cat-like animals which are found in america. when reports came into london zoo that a wild puma had been spotted forty-five miles south of london,they were not taken seriously.however,as the evidence began to accumulate,exports from the zoo felt obliged to investigate,for the description given by people who claimed to have seen the puma were extraordinarily similar.
    the hunt for the puma began in a small village where a woman picking blackberries saw "a large cat"only five yard away from her.it immediately ran away when she saw it ,and experts comfirmed that a puma will not attack a human being unless it is cornered.the seacrh proved difficult,for the puma was ofen observed at one place in the morning and another place twenty mile away in the evening .wherever it went,it left behind it a trial of dead deers and small animals like rabbits.paw prints were seen in a number of places and puma fur was founded clinging to the bushes.several people complained of "cat-like noises"at night and a businssman on a fishing trip saw the puma up a tree.the experts were now fully convinced that the animal was a puma .but where it had come from? as no puma had been reported missing from any zoo in the country ,this one must have been in the possession of a private collector and somehow mananged to escape.the hunt went on for several days,but the puma was not caught.it is disturing to think that a dangerous wild animal is still at large in the quiet countryside.