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2015考研英语4周高分特训 四周高分特训 屠皓民主编

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  • 市 场 价:¥36.80
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  • 作 者:屠皓民、唐梓皓
  • 出 版 社:北京理工大学出版社
  • 出版时间:2014年07月
  • 版 次:1页 数:326装 帧:平装
  • 开 本:16纸 张:ISBN:9787564094799
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书 名

2015年考研英语—4周高分特训

作 者

屠皓民、唐梓皓

出版社

中国理工大学出版社

出版时间

2014-7

版 次

1

印刷时间

2014-7

印 次

1

页 数

326

字 数

460千字

I S B N

9787564094799

规 格

710mm X 1000mm 16开

原 价

36.80元

本店价

24.00元

作者简介

屠皓民,北京师范大学英美文学硕士,2004年加盟北京新东方学校,有着多年丰富的教学经验,主讲PETS阅读、完形和写作、职称英语、实用语法以及自考课程,曾先后执教于北京师范大学外文学院、北京工商学院等,并担任教育部考试中心翻译、北京教科院外事处翻译、首届可持续发展国际会议翻译等工作。先后出版翻译了《发现藏经洞》、《苏醒》、《高考单项选择考前冲刺》、《高级听力》等书籍。屠老师的课堂气氛活跃,知识性和趣味性相互结合,通过整体框架式教学模式,采用引导式、推理式教学理念,遵循结合式教学,即渗入考试要点和溶入基础知识紧密结合,培养学生口语能力、语法体系、阅读技能和写作基础,为学生以后的学习打下坚实的基础。
唐梓皓:北京外国语大学英语专业硕士,资深考研、英语四六级、雅思培训讲师。经历传奇,曾参与南苏丹建国,并受到南苏丹副总统接见。2003年受《中国大学生》专访。曾在北京新东方学校、朗阁雅思、北京巨人学校、海天学校等校任教,教授考研英语、雅思、四六级、新概念等课程,在《北京考试报》等报刊发表英语学习文章数篇。

内容简介

本书针对考研英语后期复习需要进行编排,共设置四周的模拟训练,每一周里均涉及到了研究生英语入学统一考试的题型,严格遵守考研英语大纲。完形部分在解题的同时分析题型设置,帮助考生总结该部分的考察特点,进而有目的有方向地进行复习;阅读部分答案解析给出排除干扰项的方法,并精选了部分高频词汇,帮助考生在阅读的基础上积累词汇,加以全文精译,帮助考生理解文章的含义,并在此基础上提高翻译水平。本书还包含了新题型及翻译,写作部分,全方位讲解各种题型的解题技巧,综合提高考生的英语水平。

推荐理由

专项循环,7天查漏补缺;
模拟演练,4周高分特训。
《(2015)考研英语四周高分特训》根据最新考研大纲编写,内容全面,具体实用性强。离考试越来越近,这个阶段,我们主要需要注意两点:一是进行大量的演练,将这些技巧运用于实际,进而真正掌握这些技巧。二是查漏补缺,不断发现自己的弱项,及时完善。
本书共设置四周的模拟演练,每周都由三部分构成,即单项突破、整套模拟、真题回顾。循序渐进做练习,步步为营得高分。

精彩书摘

Week One
Day One
Text 1
Directions:
Read the following text and answer the questions below the text by choosing [A], [B], [C] or [D]. Mark your answers on ANSWER SHEET 1.

    Empowering workers constitutes the first step toward a stronger economy and stronger citizenry. It is a vital step toward overcoming inequality in American society. During the 1980s, the need for better wages for all workers increased as women, traditionally secondary earners, assumed greater responsibility for their own and their children's well-being. Yet the ability to raise families to a decent living standard through wage work decreased; real wages fell for most workers. And the Federal Government enacted no new policies to facilitate the integration of work and family, as working women and working families suffered a loss in political power as well.
    Black or Hispanic women are four times as likely to be low-wage workers as are white men with comparable skills and experience. White women are more than three times as likely as white men to be low-wage workers, and black or Hispanic men more than one-and-a-half times as likely. More than half of all low-wage workers are the only wage workers in their families, or live alone.
    Employment no longer provides an escape from poverty. More than eight million working adults are poor; two million of them work full-time, year-round. More than seven million poor children have at least one working parent. When that one working parent is a low-wage worker, the children have no better chance of escaping from poverty than if the parent were not working at all; more than two-fifths of such children are poor.
    Even if generous income assistance were available, the wages employers pay would be held to a minimum. In addition, policies such as tax credits for working parents do nothing to increase the political power of working women and men.
    Our research shows that alliance is among the most effective strategies for raising pay, especially for women and minority men. Being a union member, or being covered by a collective bargaining agreement, raised 1984 wages by $ 1.79 per hour for Hispanic men, $ 1.32 for black men, $ 1.26 for Hispanic women, $ 1.01 for black women, $ 0.68 for white women, and $ 0.41 for white men, when all other factors, such as occupation, industry, firm size, education and experience were held constant. In percentage terms, the union increase was more than 15 percent for blacks and Hispanics, 11 percent for white women, and 4 percent for white men.
    
1. During the 1980s, women started to play a more important role in ________
         [A] demanding political fights.     [B] improving social welfare.
         [C] supporting the family            [D] earning better wages.
2. According to Paragraph 2, who are most likely to be poor?
          [A] Women of color.                 [B] White women.
          [C] Men of color.                     [D] White men.
3. According to Paragraph 3, having a job ________
         [A] means earning a low wage.
         [B] has never provided a way out of poverty.
         [C] does not mean that the children will become rich.
         [D] may not be a guarantee for a poor family to become better off.
4. The term "alliance" (Paragraph 5) refers to ________
          [A] mobilizing all workers to seize power.
          [B] gathering workers into an organized group.
          [C] working out strategies to raise workers' pay.
          [D] changing wage policies for women and minority men.
5. What is the theme of the text?
          [A] The causes of low-wage problems.             [B] The inequality of workers' pay.
          [C] The improvement of the rates of pay.           [D] The economy and the rates of pay.

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