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Oliver Twist (+MP3)

Oliver Twist (+MP3)

作者 : CHARLES DICKENS

出版社 : Helbling Languages

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定價 : NT 190

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內容簡介


本書特色:
◎About this Book單元: 分別提供學生與老師的語言學習或教學提示,並有本書文法結構要點。
◎Before Reading/After Reading: 閱讀前/後各有問題提問與練習,幫助理解作品內容並培養賞析 與批判思考能力。
◎精選深受青少年喜愛的經典名著,或專為青少年所寫的有趣故事。
◎依據CEF分級閱讀,讓英文學習精準到位。
◎附有MP3光碟,同時訓練閱讀與聽力技巧,還有聽力練習活動。
◎配合本書學習,提供免費的教學資源,包括練習單、解答及聽力練習原稿。

內容簡介: 
Oliver Twist / Level 3 / Helbling Classics / Recording in British English
“Please, sir, I want some more.”
Born in a workhouse, the little orphan Oliver Twist survives with little food or love. He runs away to London and finds a place to stay with Fagin and his ‘family’. But Oliver soon realizes that Fagin wants him to become a thief and he tries to run away. Can Oliver escape a life of crime?
Who is the mysterious Monks? And what is his connection with Oliver?

「先生,我想多要一些。」
小孤兒奧利佛在濟貧院出生,僅靠一點食物和關愛生存。
他逃到倫敦,找到與費金和他「家人」一起住的地方。
但奧利佛很快了解到費金是想要他做小偷,所以想要逃離。
奧利佛可以擺脫犯罪生涯嗎?
神秘的蒙克斯是誰?他跟奧利佛有什麼關連?

Helbling Readers Red Series書系簡介

系列分為:

● Helbling Classics(經典文學)
● Helbling Fiction(當代原創)

全系列適合程度:劍橋英檢(Cambridge) KET / 全民英檢(GEPT) 初級 / 歐洲共同語言能力(CEF) A1~A2 / 倫敦聖三一學院(Trinity) 1~ 4 級

此系列書共分3個級數,分別是

Level 1 - 400字彙以上;認證級數Cambridge KET、CEF A1、Trinity1,2級
Level 2 - 600字彙以上;認證級數Cambridge KET、CEF A1/A2、Trinity 2,3級
Level 3 - 1000字彙以上;認證級數Cambridge KET、CEF A2、Trinity3,4級
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作者介紹

■作者簡介

Charles Dickens(查爾斯.狄更斯)
was one of Britain’s most popular writers. He was born in Portsea, in the south of England, in 1812, but Dickens spent most of his life in London. He had a difficult childhood. He grew up in a family that never had enough money. His father could not earn enough money to support his ten children and he lived in a debtors’ prison. At the early age of 12, Dickens had to start working in a factory. As a young man Dickens found work first in an office and then as a journalist. His newspaper work brought him into contact with many different people. He enjoyed writing detailed descriptions of the people he met, their clothing, their habits, and their way of talking. He witnessed the hardship and tragedy of life, as well as its humorous side.
Soon Dickens started writing stories that he published in monthly instalments. His first novel The Pickwick Papers had a small following at first, but then it started selling 40,000 copies per instalment. After this he wrote many more novels and traveled throughout Britain and America doing dramatic readings of his most loved books. Among the most famous were David Copperfield, Great Expectations, Bleak House, A Christmas Carol, A Tale of Two Cities, and Oliver Twist. Dicken’s work presented to readers a new type of novel illustrating, through fiction, the most important social problems of the period. Charles Dickens died in 1870.

Olearski, Janet

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