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Title: Language Structures


1
Unit 5
  • Language Structures
  • Dialogue 1
  • Dialogue 2
  • Reading 12

2
Language Structure
  • Example sentences
  • 1 Miss Wood told her pupils to be quiet/not to
    talk. (a simple past verb reporting a command)
  • 2 Miss Green often asks her students to turn the
    cassette recorder on/off. (a simple present verb
    reporting a request)

3
  • 3 Mrs. Blank often reminds her husband about his
    keys/to take his keys along. (a simple present
    verb reporting a reminder)
  • 4 Bobby wants to know if man will soon find a
    cure for cancer. (a simple present verb reporting
    a question)

4
Dialogue 1 Language Points
  • 1.      plus
  • 1) prep.
  • Two plus two is four.
  • Their strength plus their spirit makes them
    formidable. ???????????????????
  • 2) adj.
  • Added or extra???,???
  • eg. a plus benefit.?????

5
hang up
  • She was so angry that she hanged up on him.
  • The heavy rain hung up the work on the building
    site for three weeks.(delay, stop)
  • The peace talks were hung up while the
    representatives spoke to their governments.

6
Dialogue 2 Language Points
  • 1.      grant To consent to the fulfillment of,
    usually implies that the giver is in a higher
    position, as one of authority, than the receiver
    and that he or she acts out of justice, mercy, or
    generosity.
  • eg. granted the petitioners request????????
  • grant aid.

7
  • The Americas National Park

8
Reading
  • Prereading questions
  • Language points
  • Information on Yellowstone Yosemite

9
Prereading questions
  • 1.  Whose effort is it that contributes directly
    to the protection of national parks from the
    exploitation of business interests?
  • 2. What is the Yellowstone National Park most
    famous for?
  • 3.  Give at least two examples to show that work
    has been done to keep American national parks as
    natural as possible.
  • 4.  Why are strict rules imposed which prohibit
    tourists from feeding animals with cookies and
    candy?

10
  site
  • n. a place or setting of something
  • construction site ????
  • the site of the recent fire ????
  • historic sites ????
  • Website ??
  • v. Where have they decided to site the new
    school?

11
free enterprise
  • associated enterprise
  • private enterprise
  • Profit-making enterprise
  • contracting enterprise
  • ????

12
Span
  • the whole span of a bridge
  • the span of a man's life
  • the span of memory
  • widen the span of knowledge?????
  • span a river with a bridge
  • a memory that spans 80 years
  • ??80????

13
have ones say
  • the right or power to influence or make a
    decision
  • Citizens have a say in the councils of
    government.
  • All I want is some say in the matter.
  • ?????????????

14
burn out
  • To stop burning from lack of fuel , to wear
    outTo become exhausted, especially as a result
    of long-term stress
  • The candle burnt out.
  • The house was burnt out last month.
  • The last time I saw her, she looked completely
    burnt out.

15
spoil
  • To damage irreparably, to impair the
    completeness, perfection, or unity of
  • Spoil the party ?????
  • spoil the pleasure fun??
  • Our holidays were spoilt by bad weather.

16
make a concession to
  • give acknowledgment or admission
  • forest concession ?????
  • price concession ??
  • tariff concessions ??????
  • The supermarket made a yearly concession to the
    summer trade.

17
line up
  • 1.     to arrange in or form a line.????
  • The teacher lined the pupils up according to
    height.
  • 2. to organize and make ready?????
  • to line up considerable support for the
    bill.????????????
  • They have lined up some excellent entertainers
    for our show.

18
a rash of
  • quite a large number of things all happen or
    appear within a short period of time.
  • A rash of robberies had suddenly struck the
    country.
  • From the mid-1950s to the early 1960s, there
    was a rash of books and articles elaborating this
    theory.

19
Information
  • Old Faithful Geyser
  • morning glory pool
  • beehive geyser
  • castle geyser
  • Yosemite
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