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實戰新聞英語閱讀文法:突破文法學習法(初版)

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  • 出版年:2001[民90]
  • 出版社: 萬人
  • ISBN:957-461-014-4 ; 978-957-461-014-3
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「做一個全方位的英文人」坊間一般文法書,皆經常留在紙上談兵,不能應用到日常的閱讀文章中;如誰都知道「主詞」是什麼,可是叫他從一句文章中,把主詞找出來,他就茫茫然了。問題在缺乏實戰經驗,針對這種缺憾,本書編著方式突破一般文法,不採晃空立論,而是實際從一句一句的文章分析著手,把文法句型的認知,真正落實到日常閱讀資料裡,你必然按耐著心情;細細看解說,看懂了在怡然自得之餘,就真正一磚一石奠定了你的閱讀能力,閱讀能力高強,你才是一個全方位的英語人。

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  • 1. The Global Bank, one of the country's biggest donors and chief supporters,has now made clear it shares this concern.(第1頁)
  • 2. Skeptics doubt whether anti-immigrant,racist movements will rouse their disciples into oppos-ing integration.(第4頁)
  • 3. Creation of a bumper zone around Bosnia re-moves a potentially explosive threat to the na-tion's rulers.(第7頁)
  • 4. At the world championships this fall,the Chinese athlete won first place in both these events,plus second on the parallel bars.(第10頁)
  • 5. Though the Economics Ministry has been trying to talk Chu into chairing it,Chu has not shown much interest.(第13頁)
  • 6. From these attacks,and from others where the navy was not openly involved,Johnson emerged entirely unharmed:Mr.Miracle.(第15頁)
  • 7. In May,the organization responded to his critic-isms by dumping him as its candidate and nomi-nating the more reliable Mr. Smith.(第18頁)
  • 8. The reduction calls to concern whether its labor force will become more narrow if the situation worsens,some observers said.(第21頁)
  • 9. In the second half of 1992,Brazil's GDP slid an additional 3%,as an expected export surge failed to materialize.(第23頁)
  • 10. However, local companies will simply be told to consider hiring minorities when recruiting for positions that can't be filled locally.(第25頁)
  • 11. Chuhai also is changing from a crude base for labor-intensive factories to an industrial city with a diversified economy.it added.(第28頁)
  • 12. If we make concessions to Japan,there is the pos-sibility we will be named traitors to the Chinese cause; at worst,we risk violence.(第30頁)
  • 13. Due to bad management,the ten companies cut dividends resulting from investment returns by two percentage points to 3%,the official said.(第33頁)
  • 14. At the Beijing Clinic four or five arrive every day from all over Asia,referred by doctors,hospitals,reseach organizations or private persons.(第35頁)
  • 15. Prevalent anarchy in Athens on Saturday and Sunday before the police moved in endangered in-ternational air traffic,partly because of a lack of food supplies.(第37頁)
  • 16. Though impossible to judge accurately.most bankers agree that the emigres send back some-where between $550 million and $1 billion a year.(第39頁)
  • 17. In order to pretect such top-level delegations,US authorities have set up elaborate,and sometimes bizarre,security measures.(第41頁)
  • 18. The prisoners fled under what a still trembling Lagoya later described as "a downpour of bullets" that left two inmates dead.(第43頁)
  • 19. In cancer,for example,advanced tumors often give out an enzyme that destroys their matrix,re-leasing malignant cells to enter into the blood-stream.(第46頁)
  • 20. Bush recently told journalists at the 1993 conven-tion of the Newspaper Association of America that high tech is making the end of traditional newspapers invitable.(第49頁)
  • 21. Today the double blow of a dragging West reces-sion and a maturing of high-tech industries has made life in Science Park considerably less buoyant.(第51頁)
  • 22. Wu's sister also reacted strongly toward Chu's charges,saying she had telephoned Browns and was told the British firm will soon take legal ac-tions against the allegations.(第53頁)
  • 23. The crowning success of his 20-year political career is the well-known peace agreement cur-rently supplying a framework for settlement of the conflict in Palestine.(第56頁)
  • 24. The stir Castro created when he distributed rub-bers to journalists and security guards accom-panying President Fidel's visit to Austria in February is an example.(第59頁)
  • 25. Skinhead rock bands promoting Nazi ideas with names like No Remorse (referring to the Geno-cide) are on the rise and attracting bigger audi-ences.(第61頁)
  • 26. Although most of India's comes from state enter-prises, the growth rate of revenue from personal income tax has exceeded that of industrial and commercial profits.(第63頁)
  • 27. The biggest spender for broadcast rights is still a Japanese network,but this time NEC bid $123 mil-lion,down from the $225 million that NHK paid for the Asian Games.(第66頁)
  • 28. They get no attention,are educationally discarded or neglected-and leave high school with no pre-paration and no credentials to help them jump into the economy's mainstream.(第69頁)
  • 29. While deficient medical care and sanitation are mostly responsible for the deaths,increasing microbial resistance to drugs is making a bad situation worse.(第72頁)
  • 30. Murdoch seems to be getting a warm reception in China itself,where magazines and newspapers are being cut off from state subsidies and strug-gling to court readers and investment.(第74頁)
  • 31. Some predict inflation to fall by winter although others,among them scholarly would-be mayoral candidate Fred Kissinger,say the risk of hyper-inflation remains high.(第77頁)
  • 32. Wild guesses about the fate of the POWs thrive because of the virtual impossibility of knowing what happened to every single soldier who dis-appeared in North Korea.(第80頁)
  • 33. As she returns to the daily task of governing.she faces new problems, not least that, for the first time since she took office in 1990.the Liberals no longer control the Diet.(第83頁)
  • 34. The city's shortages became serious five months ago,say city officials, after the neighboring,new-ly founded small states had already cancelled their own price controls.(第86頁)
  • 35. Negotiators,briefing reporters Friday about the so-called framework proposal,said they had agreed with Germany not to detail the measures until trade delegates meet Monday in Berlin.(第88頁)
  • 36. The anti-achievement stance embraced by some colored youngsters declares school education use-less; those who study and learn hard face isola-tion,contempt,and violence.(第91頁)
  • 37. The turning point for the semiconductor industry may have been in 1990,when Japanese com-panies filed an anti-dumping petition against Ko-rean chip-makers.(第93頁)
  • 38. But the city, where sports fever is a chronic dis-ease, has not taken to the Games,leaving orga-nizers with the prospect of vacant seats and a cash shortage that could reach millions.(第96頁)
  • 39. A White House spokesman,using one of the lob-byists' favorite bromides,said President Bush opposed the law because it is impossible to "legis-late behavior.''(第99頁)
  • 40. In those apartheid years,local vintners struggled to keep up with the quality bandwagon by touring and studying overseas,especially in France and America.(第101頁)
  • 41. That women and gays are trying to become equals in rites of mass murder-once the reserve of heterosexual men-indicates how sadly they have been failed by feminist and gay rights lead-ers.(第104頁)
  • 42. She also installed a central office for the clear-ance of foreign investments,one of which had notoriously required 136 chops,or signature seals, to reach final official approval.(第107頁)
  • 43. To a great extent,the benefit of foreign invest-ment and booming wealth have been restricted to the coast rather than inland provinces,the south rather than the center or the north.(第110頁)
  • 44. To lure more students cram schools are staging an all-out advertising campaign in which they promise special rates to students failling in entr-ance exams and tuition discounts for early appli-cants.(第112頁)
  • 45. The relations between the U.S. and Japan were further plagued by the latest trade statistics.which betray a drastic rise in Japan's overall trade surplus,up 84% to $78.23 billion for 1991.(第114頁)
  • 46. A total of 6 percent confess to having "tried" a drug (hashish,LSD.etc.),while 18 percent have experienced a nervous breakdown,and 4 percent have attempted to put an end to their lives.(第117頁)
  • 47. One of the basic worries of the separationists is that if the state gets much involved with religion,the result may resemble the pale,debilitated state-backed churches in Europe.(第120頁)
  • 48. Furthermore,if the party does not attempt to check its factional conflicts and stays divided,it may possibly suffer more defeats in the critical year-end township and county chief elections.(第123頁)
  • 49. That is actually an amelioration over the late '80s,due to a combination of rigid emission control and still inscrutable climate changes,but the Los Angeles' smog remains the worst in the world.(第125頁)
  • 50. New-look Ireland,recouping after their 3-1 defeat away to Spain in May,beat Italy 2-0 with two goals from Jim Yeats to move back above the Spanish into second place in group one.(第128頁)
  • 51. Germany,the current European champion,left the field of soccer's spiritual home wondering whether it could muster the courage to rebound from its 3-0 defeat and enter the final 2 months hence.(第132頁)
  • 52. Management pundits,business and social obser-vers,and especially officials who have been watching the gains of corporations recover along with the economy call this situation ''jobless prosperity.''(第135頁)
  • 53. Economic reformations,nevertheless,may lead to nation-wide unrest and even uprising among a people with no knowledge of free markets and lit-tle reason to expect they will finally deliver the goods.(第138頁)
  • 54. The country,caught in a deadlock over missile test control and awaiting a call by the United Na-tions' top arms inspection officials,warned her people on Monday that the consequence could be more Western air strikes.(第141頁)
  • 55. Unlike die-hard socialists bitter over the demise of Soviet Russia,Zhirinovsky renounces both the Bolsheviks who ruled the U.S.S.R.for 70 years and its terminators of the Gorbachev and Yeltzin era.(第144頁)
  • 56. As violence rose in the sports circles-and it had risen,according to activist groups that actually followed incidents on video and television-the public's tolerance declined.(第147頁)
  • 57. Even more astonishing,it retains some of the densest concentrations of wildlife in the world.despite the fact that farmers have worked in the area for more than 2000 years.(第150頁)
  • 58. Edwards was denied custody of his two children on Tuesday by the court which ruled that they should live with Julie,their mother and the direc-tor's longtime lover and leading lady, her lawyer said.(第153頁)
  • 59. Given the fact that nepotism is rife in a country in which officials are accustomed to helping their relatives, the President's children would probably be forgiven a ''normal'' degree of advantages.(第156頁)
  • 60. Tidal waves 10 meters high lashed the ocean coast,sweeping away scores of wooden houses and destroying small fishing boats moored at ports in India and Sri Lanka and leaving thirty people missing in Bangladesh.(第159頁)
  • 61. The U.S. and Great Britain powers,they opine,heightened tensions by backing suppressive reg-imes in the third world, not to mention engineeing the creation of the Jewish state of Israel.(第162頁)
  • 62. But revoking the sanctions-which would release firms to get some of this business-is still hooked to North Korean help in determining the fate of over 200 American soldiers still missing from the Korean War.(第165頁)
  • 63. Japan's sudden enthusiasm on the external affairs has aroused some concern abroad,especially among Asian countries that preserve painful memories of Japanese aggression in the '30s and '40s.(第169頁)
  • 64.Inspectors say large numbers of Chinese are giv-ing smugglers thousands of dollars apiece to get them into the United States,where they pay off their debt by laboring at restaurants and factories at subsistence wages.(第172頁)
  • 65. If the show itself,with its 200-some items,seems a little thin to the critical eye,this is due to the extreme scarcity of artifacts that have come down to us from that pre-historic period.(第175頁)
  • 66. Experts said that some corporate investors took advantage of the recovery to exit unwanted posi-tions and that individual investors had also be-come worried about holding onto recent gains in the most briskly traded shares.(第179頁)
  • 67. In a thriling roller coaster of a game,Taiwan's Cathay Life women's basketball team won the William Jones Cup International Basketball Tournament today with a triple overtime 90-85 over the Japanese team.(第182頁)
  • 68. She has taken to the rougher, tougher professional game by perfecting her moves around the basket.bagging some 15 points per outing,and threaten-ing opponents by averaging nearly four blocks a game.(第185頁)
  • 69. Once arrogantly blind to the peole's domestic con-cerns, the officials conceded that they could no longer impose policy from the top down but had to pay much closer attention to the hurly burly of global economic situation.(第188頁)
  • 70. Last week the pavement in front of Zodiac's apartment building at Monarch 15 was still painted brown with the dried blood of a resident mortally shot by a hood in broad daylight three days ago.(第191頁)
  • 71. Almost a century of discriminatory exclusion of Asian immigrants from the United States is repre-sented in the small number of Asian Americans about 3 percent in the 1990 census,despite accelerated immigration in the past twenty years.(第194頁)
  • 72. As physicians have become less scary and more deft in using narcotic painkillers,an argunent has erupted over whether it is proper to prescribe these drugs for chronic-pain sufferers other than cancer patients.(第197頁)
  • 73. In view of the ever mounting importance of eco-nomic affairs,pressure is accumulating to give Germany and Japan permanent seats on the Security Council,but minus the power of the veto that the ''perm five'' have.(第201頁)
  • 74. Production of illegal CD in Asia account for about 30 percent of the estimated global pirated produc-tion of 305 million,costing the recording business an estimated US$1.2 billion annually,the report of the Boston-based center said.(第204頁)
  • 75. A government report to be released this month says that in the city's southern zone alone there are 10 public safety squads composed mainly of military and civil policemen and private security guards.(第207頁)
  • 76. Whatever the understanding is called,it is not likely to increase US car sales in Japan noticeab-ly-or to make a deep dent in the U.S. unemploy-ment rate,which rose to 6% October,the highest in 6 years.(第209頁)
  • 77. The Chuhai company declared last week's sharp drop in RMB also needled it to reconsider the offering,which it had hoped would collect 400 million yuan ($50 million) for the expansion of its bicycle sales network and manufacturing sectors.(第212頁)
  • 78. In a country enjoying vast prosperity,the masses havc shown little intention to tinker with the poli-tical system that has brought that economic growth,even if the occasional scandal shows the system to be questionable.(第215頁)
  • 79. Beyond the $8 billion the government handed out to its poorer areas last year,an undeclared amount of fund will be made available to pay for transportation system,environmental conserva-tion and other projects.(第218頁)
  • 80. Responsible officials said the agreement would let them resume bargaining in Geneva next month in a final effort to finalize the deadlocked Uraguay Round-the 7-year old,114-country negotiations to reduce trade barriers and energize global trade.(第221頁)
  • 81. He is dealing with working-class problemg about welfare and affirmative action,increasing crime and failing schools,lost jobs and a sluggish eco-nomy-frustrations that echo broadly throughout the U.S.(第224頁)
  • 82. The minister set fire to 500 kilograms of ampheta-mines,heroin,marijuana and morphine yesterday as part of the ''Anti-Drug Day'' activities at the Police Administration building,the first time that a high rankiing executive took part in such an event.(第227頁)
  • 83.Seen in public almost for the first time in years, a pallid Yamamura,70,entered the court building in a wheelchair,with none of the air of a political manipulater who used to make and unmake prime minitsters.(第230頁)
  • 84. Negroes are regarded as less diligent and less de-serving than members of other races-although 80% of them have jobs and their African ances-tors were members of a society whose work ethic surpassed Calvin's.(第233頁)
  • 85. Tuesday's hearing came a day after two young English women,Kathy Monrse and Liz Macbeth,were freed under a rare royal pardon and flew home to England after five years' imprisomment for trafficking in 50 kilograms of heroin.(第237頁)
  • 86. The main aim of the North City program has been to get contaminated needles out of heroin shoot-ing joints,where,according to one survey,more than 80% of the needles are infected with the AIDS virus.(第240頁)
  • 87. If the government decided to be merciful to fleeing Rwandese,money to back a temporary re-fuge program is already in the budget:$50 million set aside in a fund that the governnent can use once it declares an immigration emergency.(第242頁)
  • 88. Around 90% of the new notes have been sold so far and they will be released to trade early today to give local investors a chance to buy into the deal,said Mark Smith,head of syndicate at Shaney Chen International,lead underwriter for the issue.(第245頁)
  • 89. While physians may not endorse the extensive claims of staunch vitamin enthusiasts,research indicates that the nutrients play a much more complex role in providing vitality and optimal health than was previously deemed.(第248頁)
  • 90. China's determination to curb in annual growth from an estimated 13 percent to a more controll-able 10 percent was evident in its revoke of spe-culative loans last week and the raise of bank in-terest rates by an average of 1.82 percentage points on Sunday.(第250頁)
  • 91. Aside from endorsing the storage plan in princi-ple,the Russians also welcomed his suggestions for strengthening U.S.Russion military contacts, helping improve conventional forces,and solving other U.S.Russia security disputes,according to the officials.(第254頁)
  • 92. By studying how nerve cells grow during embryonic stage,researchers believe that they will one day learn to decrease the spinal cord's obstinate refusal to repair even a 1-cm hiatus in its length (a hiatus that is nonetheless big enough io paralyze function).(第257頁)
  • 93. More than any other individud politician,he is re-sponsible for the holocaust by his diehard posi-tion to see his people united in one country carved from the land the communists left-justly or unjustly-to other republics.(第261頁)
  • 94. Japanese and Western businesses customarily have exchanged large amounts of currency at the more than 200 official exchanges founded in re-cent years,but the supply of dollars dried up ear-lier this month after the government set a limit to try to check the US currency's appreciation.(第264頁)
  • 95. Dog-eared pages of the peace accord between its two rival military groups were torn away last week as ruthless conflicts broke out in the capi-tal,this time between Muslim-backed party and opposing Christian factions.(第268頁)
  • 96. The Progressive group is being challenged by 50 or so members loyal to the old boss,the 70-year-old acting head who has been strengthening his hold on the family's businesses,ranging from casino and prostitution to shipping, construction,restaurant,and tobacco distribution.(第271頁)
  • 97. Advocates of mediation insist on several advan-tages:It costs less than hiring two lawyers and going to court:it cuts down on the backlog of cases waiting to be dealt with by the courts:and,unlike litigation,mediation is not a win-or-lose confrontationm but a way meant to resolve compli-cated,emotional cases(第274頁)
  • 98. Two official investigations are already in motion-one by a committee of the parliament,which is also examining party involvement in the last month's putsch attempt, and another by the country's prosecutor general,Duke Brown,who is proposing criminal charges against the conspir-ators.(第278頁)
  • 99. Why the rofugees on the freighter Flying Dragon chose a winding course that took them around the strait of Maqgellan and north again into the warm waters of the Pacific is not clear,but obesrvers said that a highly organized nerwork of smugglers around the globe probably proveded help in laps along the way.(第282頁)
  • 100. The concept behind the Earth Summit was that the lessening of cold war tensions, combined with the intensified awareness of the worsening ecolo-gical crises,offered a rare opportunity to per-suade countries to look beyond their own in-terests and agree to fundamental changes in the manner they deal with the environment.(第286頁)