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掌握多益 10 大情境單字,金色證書勝券在握!

多益測驗絕不脫離這 10 大情境!
從情境分類,單字容易聯想記憶!
透過練習內化吸收,把單字變成自己的!

茫茫多益書海如何選擇真正有幫助的書籍?
完全有效的單字記憶,必須從情境+練習出發。才能 100% 烙印在腦海,在考試時應用。
精讀、實地演練本書單字及練習題庫,多益聽力、閱讀測驗絕對易如反掌、輕鬆掌握。

本書包含單字本+練習題庫+MP3 光碟:
單字本:囊括 10 大情境單字,30 大領域,細分多種商務情境
練習題庫:每一情境提供 3~5 回單字練習,實際演練單字
MP3 光碟:美、英發音朗讀光碟,熟悉多國口音

練習題庫內容:
10 大情境的每一個情境都有 3 至 5 回的「綜合練習題」(依該情境單字數而定),每回三大題,包含:I. 單字配對題;II. 單字選填題;III. 單字選擇題,幫助熟悉詞彙(每一回合為整個大情境隨機抽取單字的演練,以便測驗是否確實了解詞彙)
10 大情境的每一個情境都有 1 回 Review 的「情境克漏字測驗」,訓練詞彙應用能力

本書用法:
隨身攜帶,隨時把握空檔勤記單字。
反覆聽 MP3 掌握語音,幫助記憶。
回家馬上測驗挑戰自己,驗收學習成效。
練習題庫亦可作為教師的測驗卷使用。

陳英輝教授

現任:
亞洲大學語文教學研究發展中心主任
台灣專業英語文學會理事長
美國TESOL ESPIS會長

學歷:
美國馬里蘭大學英美文學博士
國立台灣大學外文研究所碩士
國立臺灣師範大學英語系學士

近年著作:
Ready to Go 系列教材(Starter, I, II, III)(書林)
《維多利亞文學風貌:小說、詩歌及散文作家群像》(書林)
English for Hospitality & Tourism(AMC Publishing)
Presentation Skills & Language(Lynx Publishing)
The Joy of Literature(書林)

Massoud Moslehpour

現任:
亞洲大學外國語文學系、經營管理學系助理教授
學歷:
美國密蘇里大學哥倫比亞分校博士
著作:
Effective Presentation Skills
Exploring Cultures through Movies

陳英輝(亞洲大學語文教學研究發展中心主任)

為什麼強調學習單字要從情境入手?德國法蘭克福學派當代著名的社會學家/哲學家哈伯瑪斯(Jürgen Habermas)在其名著《後形而上學思考》(Postmetaphysical Thinking, 1988) 提出「情境理性」(situated rationality)的概念,認為人類的理性植基於具體的生活情境,並隨著情境的變化而改變;每一種情境都是人類在某一特定的時空點,所發生的認知過程與生活體驗。

與哈伯瑪斯理論相呼應的,是由加州大學柏克萊分校 Jean Lave 教授及獨立研究者 Etienne Wenger 提出的「情境學習」(situated learning),強調學習者應該在實際要應用某種知識或技能的情境下學習,例如烹飪就應該在廚房內進行,游泳就應該在泳池練習。語言學習也不例外,如果要學生背誦許多一輩子用不到的字彙,即使考試答得出來,測驗完後可能就全部還給老師了,因為脫離生活情境的字彙學習,費時費力且成效不彰,若能將字彙與實際運作的情境相連結,字彙不但容易記憶,更能達到「學用合一」的目標。

美國 ETS 的「多益測驗」(TOEIC—Test of English for International Communication)係根據上述的學習理論而研發的測驗,內容取材自國際職場的真實情境,包括商業文件、會議內容、電子郵件、簡報、廣告等,呈現的字彙都是目前最實用的職場字彙。透過本書耙梳整理出來的多益十大職場情境,讓讀者能夠快速學會運用這些字彙,有效提升自己的英文實力以及職場的競爭力。

我在亞洲大學任教,常指導學生,面對此類工具書,不用照著傳統從第一頁背到最後一頁,從 A 背到 Z 的方式,只要每次設定一個情境來學習,將自己融入該情境之中,隨著字詞的解釋、例句、MP3錄音,熟悉單字的發音、用法,最好自己也依樣造例句,學習如何應用單字。在每一情境單元結束後,利用練習題庫的測驗,檢視自己的學習成效,每個情境依據字彙量的大小,包含 3~5 回測驗,從第 I 大項的字義辨別,延伸到第 II、III大項的字詞應用,每個主要職場情境最後並附一篇 Review--情境式文章閱讀測題,可謂是該情境的總複習,落實在情境中活用字彙的目標。

多益測驗中的聽力部分,一般包含不同國家的英語口音,本書也錄製了美式及英式英語發音的單字和例句,讓讀者在準備測驗同時熟悉不同的口音,幫助在考試的場合更能得心應手、掌握高分。

本書最終的目的是希望讀者把書本的單字內化成自己的字彙量,進而靈活使用這些單字,如果沒有實地操作這些單字,字詞是很難深刻烙印在腦海裡,在必要的時候使用出來,這也是我們強調要實地演練而設計「練習題庫」的用意。期盼讀者除了準備測驗之外,更能藉由測驗來檢視自己的學習成效,勉勵自己不斷地進步。


Unit 1 Personnel and Organization
Application for Work
Personnel Management
Positions and Duties
Organization

Unit 2 Office and Clerical
Office Equipment
Office Administration
Meeting╱Event Arrangement
Correspondence and Telecommunication

Unit 3 Business Travel
Transportation
Accommodation
Itinerary

Unit 4 Real Estate
Construction
Real Estate Management

Unit 5 Accounting and Finance
Accounting
Finance
Statistics

Unit 6 Manufacturing and Technology
Manufacturing
Technology
Research and Development
Medical Treatment

Unit 7 Purchasing and Logistics
Purchasing
Logistics

Unit 8 Entertainment and Communication
Arts and Culture
Dining and Drinking
Recreation Management

Unit 9 Business and Planning
Marketing and Media
Business Planning
Finance

Unit 10 Legal and Tax
Legal
Tax

Unit 1 Personnel and Organization
Application for Work
accomplishment

ac • com • plish • ment n.( pl. accomplishments) 完成;實現;成就 
 School reform was one of the principal’s greatest accomplishments.
 To win the election was quite an accomplishment.

acquire
ac • quire v. 學得;獲得
 I have acquired a good knowledge of Spanish.
 She has acquired a reputation for honesty.

ambitious
am • bi • tious adj. 野心勃勃的;有雄心大志的 opp. unambitious
 She was very ambitious for her children.
 Their company only hires ambitious people.

application
ap • pli • ca • tion n.( pl. applications) 適用;應用;使用;申請
 Please have your application filled out by Tuesday.
 His application as regional manager has not been accepted.

background
back • ground n.( pl. backgrounds) 背景;後景 
opp. foreground
 Jasmine did a background check on the new recruit.
 The job would suit someone who has a teaching background.

capable
ca • pa • ble adj. 有能力的;能幹的 opp. incapable
 She is a very capable administrator.
 Gerry is capable of performing many jobs at the same time.

career
ca • reer n.( pl. careers) 職業;生涯
 I love my teaching career.
 He has been focused on his career for ten years.

certificate
cer • tif • i • cate n.( pl. certificates) 證明書;執照;結業證書
 They spelled my name wrong on our marriage certificate.
 Everyone who wants to enter the country must show a health certificate.

challenge
chal • lenge n.( pl. challenges) 挑戰;質疑 v. 挑戰;質問
 Juggling a family with a career is one of life’s great challenges.
 No one is going to challenge him for the presidency.

competent
com • pe • tent adj. 能幹的;能勝任的;稱職的 opp. incompetent
 He proved to be a very competent manager.
 New students are expected to be competent in mathematics.

efficient
ef • fi • cient adj. 效率高的;有能力的;能勝任的 opp. inefficient
 If our operations were a little more efficient, we would save a lot more money.
 He is an efficient manager who gets the job done on time and under budget.

expertise
ex • per • tise n. 專業;專門知識或技術
 Her expertise will be invaluable in understanding this technology.
 You live and die by your expertise, not your day job.


portfolio
port • fo • li • o n.( pl. portfolios) 經歷;卷宗;部長、閣員的職位
 You’ll need to prepare a portfolio of your work before your interview.
 She resigned her portfolio.

reference
ref • er • ence n.( pl. references) 提及;涉及;推薦
in reference to prep. ph. 關於
 I am writing to you in reference to the job opening in your department.
 Your application package must include two reference letters from past employers.

Personnel Management
applicable
ap • pli • ca • ble adj. 適用的;可應用的;適合的 
 The school’s law is applicable to every student.
 The offer is applicable only to tourists who come to our hotel on weekends.

benefit
ben • e • fit n.( pl. benefits) 利益;好處 v. 受惠;受益
 It will be to our mutual benefit to carry out the plan.
 I benefit a lot from that class.

bonus
bo • nus n.( pl. bonuses) 津貼;獎金;分紅
 The Christmas bonus will be paid at the end of December.
 If you don’t meet our objective, you will not get a bonus.

candidate
can • di • date n.( pl. candidates) 候選人;應徵者
 How many candidates applied for the new position?
 The successful candidate will be fluent in English and Spanish.

compensate
com • pen • sate v. 補償;賠償;酬報
 His intelligence compensates for his lack of experience.
 The firm will compensate workers for their loss of earnings.

compensation
com • pen • sa • tion n.( pl. compensations) 補償;賠償;報酬
 He received some compensation for damages.
 The jury awarded Tyler $1.7 million in compensation.

consider
con • si • der v. 考慮;認為
 The boss says she’s still considering my request for a raise.
 There are more things than just money when considering changing jobs.

probation
pro • ba • tion n. 試用;見習
 Many employers will put you on a one month probation, to see if you fit in.
 He pleaded guilty to using the company credit card, and was placed on probation.

promote
pro • mote v. 晉升;升級;促進;促銷 opp. demote
 Helen was promoted to senior manager.
 Our boss organized a barbeque to promote better staff relations.

recruit
re • cruit v. 僱用;聘用;招募 n.( pl. recruits) 新手
 I’ve recruited three of my friends.
 A majority of the recruits came from this neighborhood.

recruiter
re • cruit • er n.( pl. recruiters) 招聘人員
 Recruiter Hedrick & Struggles enticed him away from RJR, where he was the CEO.
 A recruiter might ask how you handle difficult customers.

reject
re • ject v. 拒絕;去除;丟棄
 Missy’s job application was rejected.
 If inspectors find a defective can, the entire batch is rejected.

3. Positions and Duties
administrator
ad • min • is • tra • tor n.( pl. administrators) 管理者;行政
官員;行政人員
 She worked for 30 years as an administrator for Taiwan Bank.
 He is known as a bad manager and an inefficient administrator.

assistant
as • sis • tant n.( pl. assistants) 助手;助理 adj. 輔助的;助理的
 I’ll ask my assistant to help you immediately.
 He put in an application for a new assistant next year.

consultant
con • sult • ant n.( pl. consultants) 顧問;諮詢
 Dr. Jamieson is the consultant psychologist at St. Andrew’s Hospital.
 He’s left his job as a computer programmer and is working as a consultant for a German firm.

deputy manager
dep • u • ty man • ag • er n. ph.( pl. deputy managers) 副理 
 Our company needs a deputy manager to handle administration.
 My father is a deputy manager at the bank.

executive
ex • ec • u • tive n.( pl. executives) 執行者;高級官員;經理
adj. 執行的;行政上的
 We were visited by a young, dynamic executive from a small computer company.
 She is a member of the party’s national executive committee.

vice president
vice pres • i • dent n. ph. 副總統;副校長;副董事長(副會長)
 Anderson will be the vice president of operations for the company’s east region.
 Gerry Dicker was the vice president and the assistant secretary that year.

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