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空中美語
2011年10月01日
153.00  元
HK$ 137.7  

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規格:平裝 / 216頁 / 普級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
出版地:台灣




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本書特色

圖片賞心悅目
  每篇文章皆精心搭配數張彩色圖片,加深讀者印象,歡樂學習更easy。

文章雅俗共賞
  72篇文章內容應有盡有,上至蘋果的執行長賈伯斯的殞落,下至台灣之光曾雅妮掀起的一陣高球旋風,讓讀者增進閱讀技巧的同時,也能增廣見聞。

練習百戰百勝
  每篇文章之後附有閱測或字彙選填的練習,讀者能立即驗收所學,提升作答能力。

字彙補充豐富
  每篇文章皆大量補充常用/進階字彙、片語與句型等,厚植讀者字彙能力。

實用閱讀技巧
  書中特別介紹十種常用閱讀技巧,引領讀者正確的閱讀方向,增進閱讀效率。

產品內容 :
  Read Highlights(1)(書+MP3)



Unit 1 What’s Hot and What’s Not
Fun Lying Down

Unit 2 Who’s Who
Taiwan Goes Gaga over Gaga

Unit 3 Pack Your Bag
Kaohsiung: More Than You Imagined

Unit 4 Improving the World
Soaring to New Heights

Unit 5 Smart for Art
Taipei Design Dazzles World

Unit 6 Pack Your Bag
Going Abroad for a Good Cause

Unit 7 Who’s Who
Yani Tseng: Taiwan’s Great Golf Star

Unit 8 Going Beyond Borders
A Zone of Your Own

Unit 9 The Magic of Discovery
The Black Box of Cars

Unit 10 Staying Fit and Healthy
What Skin Problems Say About You

Unit 11 Smart for Art
Seediq Bale: A True Taiwanese Epic

Unit 12 Improving the World
The Board Game You’ll Never Get Bored of

Unit 13 Pack Your Bag
Independent Chinese Travelers Arrive in Taiwan

Unit 14 Going Beyond Borders
Sunshine, Sea, and Music

Unit 15 The Magic of Discovery
Siri-ously Amazing

Unit 16 Who’s Who
Creating Art with a Bang

Unit 17 Surfing the Net
Google’s Growing Empire

Unit 18 It’s Never Too Late to Learn
Farewell to High School

Unit 19 Who’s Who
Transforming Technology and the World

Unit 20 Why Did They Do That?
A Walk in the Night

Unit 21 Going Beyond Borders
Panic in the Streets

Unit 22 Smart for Art
The Most Famous Meal

Unit 23 Improving the World
More Than a Pretty Picture

Unit 24 Staying Fit and Healthy
Seeing in Black and White

Unit 25 Pack Your Bag
The Eighth Continent

Unit 26 Going Beyond Borders
Confused About Kissing

Unit 27 Improving the World
Rubik’s Remarkable Cube

Unit 28 Smart for Art
Get a Load of Heavy Metal

Unit 29 What’s Hot and What’s Not
All About Pants

Unit 30 The Magic of Discovery
The Incredible Shrinking Brain

Unit 31 It’s Never Too Late to Learn
Trading Places

Unit 32 Why Did They Do That?
Aw … Isn’t That Cute!

Unit 33 What’s Hot and What’s Not
Hitting the Streets

Unit 34 Going Beyond Borders
Christmas Down Under

Unit 35 Bon Appetit
The Marvelous Macaroon

Unit 36 Who’s Who
The Thrilling Story of the King of Pop

Unit 37 Driving Force Behind the World
The Power of Packaging

Unit 38 On the Job
Send in the Clowns

Unit 39 It’s Never Too Late to Learn
The Truth Behind Testing

Unit 40 Going Beyond Borders
A Terrifying Time of Year

Unit 41 Pack Your Bag
A Grand Landmark

Unit 42 What’s Hot and What’s Not
Getting Discounts with Group Shopping

Unit 43 Smart for Art
The First and Funniest Comic Strip

Unit 44 Who Did It?
The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle

Unit 45 It’s Never Too Late to Learn
Adding Work to Schoolwork

Unit 46 Going Beyond Borders
Going Nuts at Naadam

Unit 47 Bon Appetit
From Japan to the World

Unit 48 The Magic of Discovery
Technology You Can Feel

Unit 49 It’s Never Too Late to Learn
Lock Up Your Stuff

Unit 50 Driving Force Behind the World
Using Smell to Sell

Unit 51 On the Job
To Serve and Protect … Your Pet

Unit 52 Who’s Who
Van Gogh: A Mix of Genius and Madness

Unit 53 Improving the World
Wheel in the Sky

Unit 54 Smart for Art
Urban Art at Its Finest

Unit 55 Pack Your Bag
Comfortable and Cheap: Bargain Hotels

Unit 56 Going Beyond Borders
A Few Tips on Tipping

Unit 57 Bon Appetit
Breaking Bread Through the Ages

Unit 58 Who Did It?
Aliens Have Landed … or Have They?

Unit 59 Smart for Art
New Art for a New World

Unit 60 Who’s Who
Walking for What You Believe

Unit 61 Circle of Life
Valuable Vanilla

Unit 62 Surfing the Net
Fun on Facebook

Unit 63 Social Challenges
Plastic Peril

Unit 64 Social Challenges
Shooting and Looting in London

Unit 65 Why Did They Do That?
Why Men Are Men and Women Are Women

Unit 66 Staying Fit and Healthy
The Ups and Downs of Bipolar Disorder

Unit 67 Tools of Communication
Keeping Culture Alive

Unit 68 The Magic of Discovery
Fat or Fit?

Unit 69 Circle of Life Island Nations at Risk
Unit 70 Who’s Who

From Museum to the Streets
Unit 71 Tools of Communication

Cracking Morse Code
Unit 72 Staying Fit and Healthy

Sickness That’s Skin Deep



Tips for Top Reading

  In learning English, reading is an essential skill for acquiring new vocabulary and reinforcing your grammar; it is doubly important if you have limited opportunities to learn by listening. Although reading may seem very difficult at first, the task becomes easier with these simple strategies.

  Not everything in a text may be useful to you right away. When you determine what’s important, you identify the main themes of the text and focus on them, without getting distracted by irrelevant information.

  As you read, you work not only with the text, but also everything you already know about the topic. Use prior knowledge about the world, as well as your previous experiences, to help you make sense of what you’re reading.

  Once you understand the text, you can also make inferences, or use the new information and background information to draw conclusions and interpret facts.

  It’s also important to ask questions before, during, and after reading, as they help you see the text from several angles and understand it clearly. They are not a sign of trouble, but a tool for understanding.

  Another helpful tool is mental images. In your mind, use all five senses to experience the text and enhance not only your understanding, but also your enjoyment.

  One of the first things to do when you read is understand the structure of the text; that’s what you do when you skim, or read very quickly, skipping many words. Once you have located the most important points, you can use them to answer specific questions later.

  As you look at each new paragraph, you should try to find the topic sentence, because it contains the main idea. If it isn’t what you need now, you can save the supporting information for later.

  When you see an unfamiliar word, it’s tempting to slow down or even stop reading. However, it’s often possible to learn vocabulary in context, or use other words in the same sentence or nearby sentences to guess the meaning quickly. This rough understanding can be enough to understand the text.

  Finally, you may use your knowledge of the text’s structure, as well as markers such as topic sentences and key words to scan, or quickly find detailed answers to specific questions.

  The purpose of many of these skills is to help you read more quickly, and if your goal is speed, you should also time yourself. How much time do you need to understand a paragraph or a page? Push yourself to read faster, and with practice, your speed will improve.

  These ten strategies take some time to learn, but once you’ve mastered them, you will find reading much easier, and maybe even more fun!

Key:
  sb. somebody
  sth. something
  swh. somewhere
  sing. singular
  pl. plural
  v. verb
  n. noun
  adj. adjective
  adv. adverb
  conj. conjunction
  prep. preposition
  aux. auxiliary
  = synonym
  antonym




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