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  • 朗文中学英语智趣故事集:妙语短篇(B2)[平装]
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  • 作者:麦瑟尔德(KenMethold)(作者),于鑫(译者)
  • 出版社:吉林出版集团有限责任公司,外语教育出版公司;第2版(2010年5月1日)
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    《朗文中学英语智趣故事集:妙语短篇(B2)》既可在课堂上使用,也可供各级水平的英语爱好者自学。每册后附有习题答案和译文,以方便读者学习。

    作者简介

    作者:(美国)麦瑟尔德(Ken Methold) 译者:于鑫

    目录

    1.True Love
    2.The Secret of Success
    3.Almost Sure
    4.The Twins
    5.The Bet
    6.The Cure
    7.Information, Please
    8.The Price of Steak
    9.Catch of the Day
    10.A Short Holiday
    11.A Free Meal
    12.The Bird
    13.A Generous Gift
    14.Magic
    15.Helping Hands
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    现代语言教学理论认为,阅读是培养学生寻找信息、处理信息、储存信息、提取信息的能力。同时,阅读材料的选择则强调专题性、趣味性以及难易度适中原则,因为有针对性的阅读会让你的阅读能力在最短的时间得到最迅速的提高。在这一理念指导下,我们特别推出这套《朗文中学英语智趣故事集》。 本套丛书精选135篇幽默小故事(每册15篇,分三个等级,共9册)。每篇故事都配有一组适合中国学生学习和考试的练习。各册词汇与语法既与新课标接轨.又遵照循序渐进、步步为营的原则,便于学生接受和使用。每个故事插图生动活泼,妙趣横生;每个故事寓意丰富深刻,令读者忍俊不禁、爱不释手,又无形中提高了英语阅读和实践能力。同时,更让读者不出国门便可以充分领略西方高雅的蓝色幽默,体会中西方文化、生活、休闲、社会等方面的差异。
    从故事出发,我们安排了以下栏目:
    1.New Words
    生词由浅入深,多次反复在文中出现,帮助加深记忆,并且贴近新英语课程标准的词汇要求。加强对学生的阅读训练,着重培养、提高其阅读速度和阅读技能。
    2.Exercise
    栏目中的练习设计了有关词汇、拼写、填空等方面的题型,题题紧扣课文,真正做到了课文与练习的互动。

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    Tom was a shopkeeper. He had a small corner shop. It was open from seven in the morning until eleven at night and sold many different things. Tom worked hard in his shop but he had a good business and he was happy.
    Then a supermarket opened across the street. The supermarket was ten times the size of Tom's shop. The manager of the supermarket wanted to take Tom's customers away from him. He found out what Tom's prices were and then made his lower than Tom's.
    People quickly stopped buying things from Tom's shop. They bought everything from the supermarket instead. Soon Tom's business was very bad and he was angry.
    It's not fair,“ Tom thought. ”1 must do something to teach that supermarket manager a lesson.”
    The price of steak in the supermarket was $5.00 a pound. Tom put a sign in his window,“Steak —— $4.50 a pound.”
    The next day the price of steak in the supermarket was $4.25 a pound. Tom changed the sign in his window. “Steak —— $4.00 a pound.”