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2021考研英语阅读同源外刊时文精析

距2021年考研倒计时

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  图书目录

  NO.1

  Facebook expects FTC fine of up to $5bn in privacy investigation

  脸书违反隐私协议,或受罚50亿美元

  NO.2

  Machines can’t quite crack Shakespeare. That’s a relief

  机器无法品鉴莎士比亚的作品,这是一种安慰

  NO.3

  Federal Reserve leaves interest rates unchanged, defying Trump’s calls for a cut

  美联储无视特朗普的降息要求,利率维持不变

  NO.4

  German parents may face fine for refusing measles vaccination

  德国拟对不接种麻疹疫苗的家长处以罚款

  NO.5

  Consumers apply the brakes to UK new car sales

  面对购车,消费者望而却步

  NO.6

  Despite recent airline crashes, flying has never been safer

  虽然近来空难频发,但飞机仍是*安全的交通工具

  NO.7

  Trump administration shes for quick action to raise debt limit

  特朗普政府敦促国会提高债务上限

  NO.8

  Nearly all countries agree to stem flow of plastic waste into poor nations

  禁止向欠发达地区出口垃圾,绝大多数国家已达成共识

  NO.9

  Economists often don’t know what they’ re talking about

  经济学家自己也时常不清楚自己在讲些什么

  NO.10

  Expert test-taker pleads guilty in college admissions scam

  大学入学考试bao出丑闻,一应试能手认罪

  NO.11

  North Carolina’s 20-week abortion ban is unconstitutional,a federal judge rules

  联邦法官判决北卡罗来纳州禁止怀孕20周堕胎的法律违宪

  NO.12

  Congress should raise the federal minimum wage—the right way

  国会应该提高国家*低工资——前提是找到合理的上调区间

  NO.13

  DNA from 200-year-old pipe sheds light on life of enslaved African woman

  一支200年前的烟杆上的DNA揭示了非洲 的命运

  NO.14

  The Guardian view on failures to protect children: the buck stops where?

  《卫报》社评:保护儿童失利——责任止于何处?

  NO.15

  If we don’t protect arts education, we’ll lose the next generation of performers

  保护艺术教育——避免与下一代艺术家失之交臂

  NO.16

  Ford to cut 7,000 jobs as part of company ‘redesign’

  企业结构“重组”——福特计划裁员7 000名

  NO.17

  Millennials could sh American politics to the left

  千禧一代或把美国政治推向左翼

  NO.18

  Burger King’s latest plan to reach customers: Whoppers delivered right to your car

  汉堡王*新顾客计划:直接送餐到车

  MO.19

  Are Americans benefiting from the strong economy—aside from the rich?

  虽然经济强劲,除了富人,普通美国群众能从中获益吗?

  NO.20

  E-scooter company Spin will place dozens of start-up’s solar-powered docking stations in two cities this summer

  电动滑板车公司Spin今夏将在两市建造数十座太阳能充电桩

  NO.21

  Use of male mice skews drug research against women, study finds

  研究表明,使用雄性小鼠做实验,药效对女性有不良影响

  NO.22

  Slower growth in ageing economies is not inevitable

  老龄化经济体的增长放缓并非不可避免

  NO.23

  The Guardian view on digital injustice: when comters make things worse

  《卫报》社评:数字化的不公——电脑的负面影响

  NO.24

  Missouri lawmakers approve extreme eight-week abortion ban

  密苏里州批准了8周堕胎禁令

  NO.25

  EU climate goals ‘just a collection of buzzwords’, say critics

  欧盟拟定新气候目标,批评者:“假大空”

  NO.26

  The problem with billionaires fighting climate change

  亿万富翁应对气候变化的问题

  NO.27

  Wake up, humanity! A hi-tech dystopian future is not inevitable

  醒醒吧,人类!高科技的反乌托邦未来并非不可避免

  NO.28

  Emergency declaration pits conservati against Trumpi

  紧急状态宣言使得保守主义与特朗普主义针锋相对

  NO.29

  Beyond debacle, wider doubts about tax breaks as tools

  除了ya马逊的溃败,减税作为政策工具受到了更广泛的质疑

  NO.30

  The Analysts Recording Your Screen Say It’s for Your Own Good

  分析师:尽管偷偷录了你的屏幕,但这是为你好

  NO.31

  Bedtime social media use may be harming UK teenagers, study says

  研究显示,睡觉前使用社交软件或危害英国青少年健康

  NO.32

  Should Congress override state privacy rules? Not so fast

  国会是否应该凌驾于州隐私规定之上?进展还没那么快

  NO.33

  Generation Z Gets to Work

  Z世代步入职场

  NO.34

  ’s Retreat and the New Politics of Tech

  ya马逊撤退——科技新政

  NO.35

  The Guardian view on opioids in the UK: poverty and pain

  《卫报》评英国类鸦片药物:贫困是万恶之源

  NO.36

  The Guardian view on humanities degrees: art for society’s sake

  《卫报》评人文学位:社会艺术的传承

  NO.37

  Wake up, Philip Hammond. The climate crisis needs action, not lip service

  醒醒吧!菲利普·哈蒙德,保护自然不能光说不练

  NO.38

  Has online shopping actually saved us any money?

  网购真的很省钱吗?

  NO.39

  England could run short of water within 25 years

  英格兰25年内可能出现水资源短缺

  NO.40

  Trump said America is more united than ever. A majority of Americans disagree

  特朗普表示:美国*前团结,但多数民众并不认同

  NO.41

  Teaching assistants are invaluable to learning—so why are we being axed?

  既然助教是良师益友,那为什么被解雇呢?

  NO.42

  Universities to be fined for awarding too many top degrees

  英国大学因授予过多顶ji学位或将被罚款

  NO.43

  Scientists invent ‘transparent wood’ in search for eco-friendly building material

  “透明木材”问世——科学家对环境友好型建筑材料的探索

  NO.44

  The Guardian view on the gender pay gap: acts must follow facts

  《卫报》评性别薪酬差距:行动必须遵循事实

  NO.45

  UK productivity grows by just 0.5% in 2018 amid Brexit uncertainty

  受脱欧不确定性影响,英国2018年生产率仅增长0.5%

  NO.46

  US essay mill firm targets new students through WhatsApp

  美国 公司通过WhatsApp接触大一新生

  NO.47

  Not enouabies? Not enough state support for families

  人们不愿生孩子?是国家补贴不足

  NO.48

  University can change homeless people’s lives, but they need support to get there

  读大学可以不再颠沛流离,但如何迈入校园是问题所在

  NO.49

  I’m a scientist studying laughter—and it’s funnier than you might think

  我是一名研究“笑”的科学家,它比你想得还要有趣

  NO.50

  Smells delicious: our tongues can detect odours, study suggests

  闻起来很香:研究表明,我们的舌头可以闻到气味

  NO.51

  Paris mourns as Notre Dame olders

  巴黎圣母院起火,法国人民陷入哀悼中

  NO.52

  Smartphones are feeding us junk. Is it time for a digital diet?

  智能手机正在给我们提供垃圾食粮,是时候进行“数字化饮食”

  了吗?

  NO.53

  How Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us to Be More Human

  人工智能教我们如何变得更人性化

  NO.54

  We Broke the Atmosphere; Here’s a Way We Can Start to Fix It

  我们破坏了大气层,此法可让我们着手修复

  NO.55

  War makes people more religious, sparking a potentially vicious cycle

  战争使人们更加笃信宗教,引发了潜在的恶性循环

  NO.56

  Video games can change your brain

  电子游戏可以改造你的大脑

  NO.57

  The Truth About Dentistry

  关于牙科的

  NO.58

  No Screen Time for Kids Under 2, WHO Says

  世界卫生组织呼吁禁止2岁以下儿童看电子屏幕

  NO.59

  The Guardian view on sex education: the facts of life are just the start

  《卫报》评性教育:了解性知识仅仅是个开始

  NO.60

  What to do when studying abroad goes wrong?

  国外留学遇见麻烦怎么办?

  NO.61

  Why reading aloud is a vital bridge to literacy?

  为什么大声朗读对提高读写能力十分重要?

  NO.62

  Artificial intelligence can predict premature death, study finds

  研究发现,人工智能可以预测人过早死亡

  NO.63

  Why Grown-Ups Keep Talking Like Little Kids?

  为什么成年人像小孩一样说话?

  NO.64

  Cozmo maker Anki is shutting its doors

  智能玩具机器人厂商 Anki 倒闭

  NO.65

  LEGO Braille bricks are launched

  乐高推出针对视障儿童的盲文积木

  NO.66

  ‘Maths anxiety’causing fear and despair in children as young as six

  六岁的小孩也会因“数学焦虑症”而感到恐惧和绝望