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  • 书虫?牛津英汉双语读物:1级下(适合初1、初2年级)(套装共10册)(附MP3光盘1张)[平装]
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  • 作者:弗朗西丝·霍奇森·伯内特(FrancesHodgsonBurnett)(作者),维卡里(TimVicary)(作者),巴西特(JenniferBassett
  • 出版社:外语教学与研究出版社;第1版(2003年9月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787560055800

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    目录

    《小公主》目录:
    英国的学校
    钻石矿
    新女佣
    拉姆·达斯和猴子
    奇迹
    失而复得
    ACTIVITIES:BeforeReading
    ACTIVITIES:WhileReading
    ACTIVITIES:AfterReadingg

    《邦蒂号暴动》目录:
    从英国到塔希提
    暴动!
    在小艇上
    “潘多拉”号
    死刑,获赦和星期四
    ACTIVITIES:BeforeReading
    ACTIVITIES:WhileReading
    ACTIVITIES:AfterReading

    《奥米茄文件》目录:
    EDI:欧洲情报局
    奥米茄文件第349号:英国,伦敦
    奥米茄文件第451号:苏格兰,尼斯湖
    奥米茄文件第522号:厄瓜多尔,加拉帕戈斯
    ACTIVITIES:Before Reading
    ACTIVITIES:While Reading
    ACTIVITIES:After Reading

    《谁谋杀了总统》目录:
    第一天
    第二天
    第三天
    第四天
    第五天
    第六天
    ACTIVITIES:Before ReadIing
    ACTIVITIES:While ReadIing
    ACTIVITIES:After Reaciing

    《福尔摩斯和公爵的儿子》目录:
    有客人拜访歇洛克·福尔摩斯
    赫克斯特伯博士的故事
    福尔摩斯和华生北上
    沼泽地里的尸体
    拜访林中人客栈
    歇洛克·福尔摩斯和公爵的谈话
    公爵的儿子
    ACTIVITIES:Before ReadIing
    ACTIVITIES:While ReadIing
    ACTIVITIES:After Reaciing
    《白色死亡》
    《绿野仙踪》
    《难忘米兰达》
    《福尔摩斯与赛马》
    《汤姆·索亚历险记》

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    You ran away because you were ill with a fever,' said Mr Carmichael. It nearly killed you, remember?'
    And it did kill poor Ralph,' said Mr Carrisford. He put all his money into the mines because I was his friend. But at first we didn't find any diamonds, and all Ralph's money was gone. I was afraid to tell him, so I ran away. And later, when we did find diamonds, Ralph was dead. He laughed, angrily. What a brave friend I was!
    It's not easy to be brave, Mr Carmichael said quietly, when you're ill with a fever.
    Mr Carrisford looked into the fire. Ram Dass tells me, he said, about a little servant-girl next door. The monkey ran away, and Ram Dass went across the roof to get him back from her room. The poor child sleeps in a cold, dirty attic, and works about sixteen hours a day. Is Ralph's daughter living like that? I can't stop thinking about it.
    We're going to find her one day, said Mr Carmichael.
    But how?' said Mr Carrisford. He put his head in his hands. I never saw her. I don't know her name! Ralph always called her his "Little Missus". We talked all the time about the mines. He never told me the name of her school. Her mother was French, so did he take her to a
    school in France? Or was it in England?'
    Well, we know there was a child at a school in Paris, said Mr Carmichael, with the name of Carew or Crewe.