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品牌 : 京东图书 出版时间 : 2012-08-01 品牌属地 : 中国 出版社 : 天津人民出版社 ISBN : 9787201076621 版次 : 1 印刷时间 : 2012-08-01 包装 : 平装 著者 : 周越然 用纸 : 胶版纸
内容简介

《英语模范读本》是由周越然主编、商务印书馆出版的一套民国时期的畅销英文课本,其受欢迎的程度,着实令人难以想象。第一册出版不到两月,便已告罄。尽管“商务”印制能力强大,随时添印,可仍在一年左右时间,不能完全满足市场。《英语模范读本》不仅畅销一时,还长销不衰,几乎创造了一个英语教科书出版奇迹。据周越然自己计算,该书风行的数十年间,销量逾百万册:“在此25年中,华人自编之外国语读物,绝无胜过其耐久力或超过其畅销性者。”
周越然没有出过“洋”,在学习英语过程中,甘苦冷暖,比受到正规教育的感受更深刻许多,他通过竞选而最后编出的这套中学教材,能够结合实际,更加得到老师和学生的喜爱。
从内容上看,周越然的编写确实富有特色。第一册,主要是关于日常用语、人体部位名称、学校常见物品、家庭会话等,课后还附有发音、抄写、文法等相关练习。第二册,主要是介绍美国的日常生活,如方位、街道、火车、轮船、汽车、电车、图书馆、医院、公园等等,还附加一些有趣味浅易的小故事。第三册,主要介绍英国的一些情况。比第二册多了一些文化内容,譬如英国人的家庭、他们会客拜客的礼节、宗教、婚庆、度量衡、纪念日等。总体来看,周越然编写的这部教材,思路明确,注意到学生的兴味所在,最后得到社会的普遍欢迎,风靡数十年,确实因其显著特色。
对于现代英语学习者来讲,这套经典的课本,也是一种很好的学习素材。
作者简介

周越然(1885-1962),浙江吴兴(今湖州)人,字之彦,20世纪初叶著名藏书家。他精通英语,曾在江苏高等学堂、安徽高等学校和上海中国公学任教。他是严复的学生,得到过辜鸿铭的赏识,戴季陶曾向他从学,是他的弟子。
1915年,经商务印书馆英文部部长邝耀西保荐进入出版社,任英文部科长、函授学社副社长。从事翻译校读工作,后参与函授教育、编校讲义、批改函授课卷等。他以编著《英语模范读本》闻名,还大量编译各种英文书籍,如《英文启蒙读本》、《国民英语入门》、《英文造句法》等。他喜爱藏书,其藏书楼名为"言言斋",一幢西式二层楼房,地处上海闸北,被毁于"一·二八"战火中,所藏书亦随之化为灰烬。
1949年以后,他到上海水产学院教授英语。后因俄语风行,学校不再开英文课而辍教,到图书馆工作,直到1955年辞归,时年70岁。1962年病逝。
周越然著有《六十回忆》、《书书书》等著作,自述藏书经历。近年出版的图书有《英语歧字辨异》、《言言斋书话》、《书与回忆》、《言言斋西书丛谈》、《版本与书籍》、《言言斋性学札记》、《周越然书话》、《言言斋古籍丛谈》等。
精彩书评

民国时期畅销二十多年的中学英语课本,销量数百万册
在此25年中,华人自编之外国语读物,绝无胜过其耐久力或超过其畅销性者。
——周越然(本书作者)

开始学英语时我已经十三四岁,在那以前一直在家塾里读四书五经古文唐诗。当时因为要考中学才开始学英语和算学,请了补习先生在家里读,用的课本是周越然的《模范英语读本》。
——北京外国语大学著名英语教授周珏良:《学习英语五十年》
目录

第一册
LESSON I
LESSON II
LESSON III
LESSON V
LESSON VI
LESSON VII
LESSON IX
Lesson X
LESSON XI
LESSON XII
LESSON XIII
LESSON XIV
LESSON XV
LESSON XVI
LESSON XVII
LESSON XVIII
LESSON XIX
LESSON XX
LESSON XXI
LESSON XXII
LESSON XXIII
LESSON XXIV
LESSON XXV
LESSON XXVI
LESSON XXVII
LESSON XXVIII
LESSON XXIX
LESSON XXX
LESSON XXXI
LESSON XXXII
APPENDIX I
APPENDIX II
第二册
第三册
精彩书摘

LESSON 1
1. Vocabulary
THE BRITISH ISLES
The group of islands that lie west of the continent of Europe is called the British Isles. The British Isles consist of two large islands and a number of small islands. The names of the two large islands are Great Britain and Ireland.
Ireland is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the north,west,and south,and separated on the east from Great Britain by the Irish Sea. Great Britain comprises England in the south,Scotland in the north,and Wales in the west.
On these istands are a number of large cities. London,in the southern part of England,is one of the largest cities in the world,and contains very many people - perhaps more than the city of New York.
From New York to London the journey is less than five days. A steamer going from America to the British Isles first stops at Liverpool. Liverpool is not far from London;it takes only a few hours to travel between these two places on a railway train.
Word Study
a. Forms of an irregular verb.-Lie,lies,lying,lay,lain.
b. Idiomatic phrases to be remembered.-A number of; far from;west( east,north,south) of;to be bounded by; to consist of;to be separated from;it takes( time) to go from( place) to( place).
2. Conversation
A. ON BOARD
Self. Can you tell me where my cabin is?
Steward. What is the number,sir?
S. Number two hundred three( No. 203).
St. Come this way,please. Your cabin is a two-berth one,and the upper berth is yours.
S. Who has the lower berth?
St. He is a doctor, and I promise you that you will find him a pleasant companion.
S. Good. Please bring my cabin trunk and portmanteau to the cabin;the rest of my luggage may go into the luggage room.
St. Certainly,sir.
B. IN THE CABIN
Self. Good afternoon,sir;I see you are to be my companion for the voyage.
Fellow Traveler. Yes;I am going to London. What is your destination?
S. I am also going to London.
F.T. How fine that is!
S. Is yours the upper or the lower berth?
F.T. I see from the number of my ticket that the lower berth is mine.
S. May I put my cabin trunk under your berth?
F.T. Oh,yes;certainly.
Word Study
a. Idiomatic phrases to be remembered.-The rest( of); to find( person) a pleasant companion.
b. Synonyms.-Journey is a distance traveled in a certain time;as,a week's journey;a journey from Peiping to Nanking. Journeys are usually long. Voyage is a journey by sea;as,to make a voyage round the world. Travel is the common word for journeys taken for pleasure,for education,or for business.
3. Grammar
KINDS OF SENTENCES
In talking or writing,we generally use words in groups. We may say:
1. Where are you going?
2. I am going to London.
The first group of words asks a question;the second makes a statement. A group of words that makes a statement or asks a question is a SENTENCE.
A sentence that makes a statement is called a DECLARATIVE SENTENCE.
A sentence that asks a question is called an INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE.
Most of the sentences used in speaking and writing are either declarative or interrogative. But we do not always ask questions and make statements. Sometimes we express strong feeling,and sometimes we give a command or make a request. When we say,How fine that is! or What a fine thing that is! we are using the sentence to express strong feeling. Again,if we say,Come this way,or Bring my trunk and portmanteau to the cabin,
we are not asking a question,or making a statement,or expressing strong feeling. We are giving a command or making a request,and each of these commands or requests is a sentence.
A sentence that expresses strong feeling is called an EXCLAMATORY SENTENCE. It is followed by the exclamation point( !).
A sentence that expresses a command or request is called an IMPERATIVE SENTENCE.
It appears,then,that sentences are used for four different purposes:
1. To make a statement.
2. To ask a question.
3. To give a command or make a request.
4. To express strong feeling.
In the following sentences tell to which class each belongs:
1. Where are the British Isles?
2. The Bristish Isles lie west of the continent of Europe.
3. Of how many islands do the British Isles consist?
4. T he British Isles consist of two large islands and a number of small islands.
5. Look at the map.
6. Where is London?
7. It is in the southern part of England.
8. I visited London several years ago.
9. What a large city it is!
10. I t perhaps contains more people than New York City.
Word Study
a. Idiomatic phrases to be remembered.-Words in groups;to be followed by;to be used for (number)purposes;to ask a question; to make a statement or a request;to give a command;to express strong feeling.
b. Synonyms. -What is generally done is the action of most people;what is usually done is done regularly by one or many.
4. Reading
THE PLAYGROUND OF EUROPE
The continent of Europe is where most of the white people live. There are many cities with good roads. There are also many farms,with cattle feeding upon them,and all sorts of factories for making things to be used for food, shelter,and clothing.
What is the most delightful country of Europe? Is it England?
No; of coures,it is not England.
The most delightful country of Europe is the little country called Switzerland. There the Alps Mountains rise more than two miles above sea level. In the valleys are many beautiful lakes. There are running streams that roar and
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前言/序言

前言
PREFACE
Three things make a revision of this book desirable. First the plates of the older edition are so worn out that no more copies can be printed from them. Second teachers who have taught the book have from time to time sent me suggestions useful in rewriting this elementary manual. Third some things that appeared crude or unnatural to me while teaching it myself must be done away with.
In my work of revision I have rewritten many of the lessons. I have omitted a number of words that seemed useless and have added others. Several pictures have also been changed. New words which were formerly indicated by underscoring, are now indicated by little dots under the vowels of these words. In a word of two or more syllables the dot is placed under the vowel of the stressed syllable. This change is made because underscorings attract too much of the pupils attention. I hope that this change as well as others will mean a real improvement.
I have been helped in my work by Professor Donald Roberts of St. John's University,Shang-hai who has read through the book in manuscript form and has made such changes in the sentences as were necessary to make them
more idiomatic. From his corrections in the manuscript I have learned much that will help me m the further preparation of English textbooks. Nevertheless for whatever defects mechanical or otherwise the book may possess, I alone am to blame.
THE AUTHOR
Shang hai, May, 1922

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