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跟大家分享一下,在練習英文聽力和口說時,可以輕易獲得且effortless的網站

下列網站全部都可以線上觀看和播放喔!更不需要另外下載媒體播放軟體!

有一些網站有提供音檔可供下載,大家就自己看嚕!

 

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The first thing to being a world citizen is to know what is going on in the world right now. Why can’t many African countries build a railroad across their country, the basic criterion to judge governance? Why does Somalia have so many pirates, but its government not have a resolution to deal with it? Why does North Korea have a really powerful leader to sustain stability but find it hard to feed its citizens? All in all, it’s the matter of the political and economic system of a country, which has a crucial influence on countries’ competence, development, and industrialization. The political and economic system involves three major actors: government, employer, and labor. And in different theories, each of these actors has differing power. Therefore, as a world citizen, it’s important to have a brief knowledge of the political and economic system of a country; then it’ll be more logical for us to transform the question of “Why does Germany’s election matter?” to “What if Merck isn’t elected?”

 We can spilt this into three categories: classical economics, social economics, and government intervention. When talking about classical economics, the main concept is the free market and the invisible hand, which was proposed by Adam Smith in 1776. Adam Smith said only when people act in their own best interest will the market balance demand and supply and create the extra surplus  for the society.

And his theory was expanded by David Ricardo, who promoted the principle of comparative interests. Ricardo agreed with Smith, and he thought the most efficient way is for people to all do the job which they are best at. This approach evolved into neo-classical economics, but with the same idea, that they all accept the golden rule: The free market is the shortest way to well-being and economic development. For the countries that haven’t developed, they believe the problem is that their market is not free enough; therefore, they should minimize the role of government and let the market do its job. Basically, this is the aim of establishing the IMF and GATT: to ensure countries don’t use tariffs as a weapon to avoid imports and disturb the functioning of the free market mechanism.

And when we put this into the political party spectrum, it’s on the right side. Right side means: less government, conservative, and nationalism.

 

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在台灣,要學英文、日文、韓文、西班牙文以外的語言的成本都相當昂貴

除非是在大學裏面開設的課程

(但通常外籍老師會開有點昂貴的原文課本,想當初我的法語課本,一本就要3000元,還不包括800元的CD,超級燒錢

後來歷經四年後,網路上出現許多形形色色的教材,讓我不禁扼腕:媽~怎麼不把我晚生個幾年呢?哭哭)

也因此要如何善用網路免費資源來降低學習外語的成本就變得相當重要啦!

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Highly recommended places in Vancouver (Written at March 21, 2014)

  1. (ladies only) free ski night on Mon, at Symour Mountain

http://www.boredinvancouver.com/free-skiing-boarding-ladies-mount-seymour/

  1. Granville island

Many great things and stuffs to look and purchase

Great night view!!!!!(start about 7:00pm., it’ll go dark really quickly, so make sure your camera works)

And there have some shops provide fresh sea food, which you can choose and ask them to cook for you!

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出國念書最麻煩的就是要通過GREIBT,雖然現在線上資源比以前多很多,減少大家的購書成本,但是要在茫茫大海中撈針,不僅要加入很多論壇和網站,然後還要承受電腦中毒的風險,在歷經搜尋困難後,我想要推薦幾個網站,特別適合懶得尋找、解壓縮和安裝TPO或是GRE模擬試題的人,

只能說,中國考G者,惠我良多呀!

下此有陸客來我外婆家買春聯,算你九折優惠喔!

  1. 1.      線上模考練習
    1. A.      這個網站最窩心的就是有線上的TPO練習

http://gre.kaomanfen.com/

另外這個網站有提供一個背單字的app,要你命3000,非常好用,建議大家下載

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