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  • 作者:陈幼平(编者),马德高(丛书主编)
  • 出版社:上海交通大学出版社;第1版(2012年6月1日)
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    《星火英语·全真试卷四级》目录:
    Part 1 核心词汇
    高频词汇(考频≥3的大纲系会)
    Word List 1
    Word List 2
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    低频词汇(考频≤2的大纲词汇)
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    常用词汇(考频为0的大纲词汇)
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    Word List 23
    Word List 24
    Word List 25
    Word List 26
    Word List 27
    Word List 28
    Part 2 认知词汇
    Part 3 熟词生义
    Part 4 超纲词汇
    Part 5 中学词汇
    索引
    ……
    《星火英语·分频版·大学英语四级词汇词根+联想+图解》

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    In times of economic crisis,Americans turn to their families for support.If the Great Depression iSany guide,we may see a drop in our skyhigh divorce rate.But this won't necessarily represent allmcrease m happy marriages.In the long run,the Depression weakened American families,and thecurrent crisis will probably do the sanle.
    we tend to think of the Depression as a time when families pulled together to survive huge joblosses.By 1932,when nearly one-quarter of the workforce Was unemployed the divorce rate haddeclined by around 25%from 1929.But this doesn't mean people were suddenly happier with theirmarriages.Rather,withincomes decreasing and insecure jobs.unhappy couples often couldn't affordto divorce.They feared neither spouse could manage alone.
    Today,given the job losses of the past year.fewer unhappy couples will risk starting separatehouseholds.Furthermore,the housing market meltdown will make it more difficult for them to fmaneetheir separations by selling their homes.
    After financial disasters family members also tend to do whatever they can to help each other andtheir communities.A 1940 book,The Unemployed Man and His Family.described a family in whichthe husband initially reacted to losing his job"with tireless search for work."He was always active looking for odd jobs to do.
    The problem is that such an impulse is hard to sustain.Across the country many similar familieswere unable to maintain the initial boost in morale(士气).For some,the hardships of life withoutsteady work eventually overwhelmed their attempts to keep their families together.ne divorce raterose again during the rest of the decade as the recovery took hold.
    Millions of American families may now be in the initial stage of their responses to the currentcnsls,working together and supporting one another through the early months of unemployment.