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Title: Unit Three


1
Unit Three
2
Teaching Objectives
  • Enlarge vocabulary
  • Talk about the positive influence of the act of
    deep caring
  • Learn to read for telling a story
  • Learn to write a paragraph of a general point
    supported by examples.

3
Sections
  • Section A A Good Heart to Lean On
  • Section B The Right Son at the Right Time
  • Section C Love of Life

4
Section A
  • A Good Heart to Lean On

5
Table of contents
  • Background Information
  • Warming-up Activities
  • Text Analysis
  • Vocabulary and Structure
  • Vocabulary Testing
  • Writing

6
Background Information (1)
  • What is love?

7
Background Information (2)
  • Love is a temporary madness.
  • It erupts like an earthquake and then subsides.
  • And when it subsides you have to make a decision.
  • You have to work out whether your roots have
    become so entwined together that it is
    inconceivable that you should ever part.
  • Because this is what love is.
  • Love is not breathlessness,
  • it is not excitement,
  • it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal
    passion.
  • That is just being "in love" which any of us can
    convince ourselves we are.

8
Background Information (3)
  • First love is only a little foolishness and a lot
    of curiosity.
  • Falling in love consists merely in uncorking the
    imagination and bottling the common-sense.
  • Falling in love is awfully simple, but falling
    out of love is simply awful.
  • Bitterness imprisons life love releases it.
  • Bitterness paralyzes life love empowers it.
  • Bitterness sours life love sweetens it.
  • Bitterness sickens life love heals it.
  • Bitterness blinds life love anoints its eyes.

9
Background Information (4)
  • Ebbets Field Brooklyn Dodgers 1913-57.
  • Cramped but colorful Ebbets Field, in the
    Flatbush section of Brooklyn, was home to the
    Dodgers in their lean times and glory years,
    until the franchise was transplanted to Los
    Angeles. Built by Dodger owner Charlie Ebbets for
    the 1913 season, the widely anticipated park
    opened without a press box, and no one brought
    the key to the bleachers for the first game.

10
Background Information (5)
  • Originally the double-decked grandstand stood
    only along the foul lines, leaving the left field
    corner 419' distant, and center 477'.
  • The grandstand was extended to left and center in
    the 1930s, however, making the park a hitter's
    paradise. The left-field power alley was 351' and
    center became a very comfortable 388', made even
    shorter by the upper deck, which hung over the
    playing field. The right field wall was a sight
    in itself.

11
Background Information (6)
  • A patchwork collection of local advertisements, a
    scoreboard, and a large black screen that was in
    play, it was 38' high and abutted Bedford Avenue.
    The screen made up the top 19', sending balls
    rebounding at unpredictable angles, while the
    wall itself was concave, angled in the middle.
    The large black scoreboard featured the famous
    Abe Stark "Hit sign, win suit" advertisement on
    the bottom, and a Schaefer beer ad on top which
    gave the official scorer's ruling on hits and
    errors by lighting up the appropriate letter (h
    or e).

12
Background Information (7)
  • Renowned for its laughable Dodgers in the 1920s
    and 1930s, Ebbets Field was also known for its
    vocal and boisterous fans. Hilda Chester would
    attend each game with her clanging cowbell, while
    the Dodgers Sym-Phony, a collection of musically
    inclined fans, played other instruments. In the
    1940s, the Reds' Lonny Frey hit an
    inside-the-park home run when his drive to right
    hit the screen and fell straight down, coming to
    rest on top of the lower half of the wall, 19'
    above the field.

13
Background Information (8)
  • And on October 3, 1947 Cookie Lavagetto broke up
    Bill Bevens's World Series no-hit bid with two
    out in the ninth.
  • By 1957, however, Ebbets Field had grown too old
    to satisfy Dodger owner Walter O'Malley, and in
    1958 Brooklyn's beloved Dodgers were in Los
    Angeles. Only 6,673 fans attended the final game,
    and the park was demolished in 1960. The Jackie
    Robinson apartment complex now stands on the
    site. (SCL)

14
Background Information (9)
15
Warming-up Activities(1)
  • Group Discussion
  • Can you describe the change of the sons attitude
    toward his father?
  • Young son
  • Father
  • Adult son

16
Warming-up Activities(2)
  • Reference to Discussion
  • Young Son
  • embarrassed,
  • be ashamed of the unwanted attention,
  • impatient

17
Warming-up Activities(3)
  • Father
  • never let on
  • You set the pace. I will try to adjust to
    you.
  • work with pride
  • never complain or feel pity for himself
  • participate directly or indirectly
  • proud of his son

18
Warming-up Activities(4)
  • Adult Son
  • marvel at
  • feel regretful
  • gain spiritual support from his deceased
    father

19
Warming-up Activities(5)
  • Understanding the title is very important for us
    to learn what we are going to read. The title
    helps us have some idea about the whole text.
    Read the text first and then choose one of the
    four in the following to see if you can make the
    right choice.

20
Warming-up Activities(6)
  • Which of the following best fits what the author
    says in the title?
  • His father is a man who has been good enough to
    turn to.
  • Whatever you do depends on your courage.
  • Being kind and generous to others means being
    kind to yourself.
  • Someone kind is the one you ask for help.

21
Warming-up Activities(7)
  • How does the author tell us his story? Arrange
    the following points according to their orders in
    the text.
  • 1. What he highly valued was not one's fortune
    and ability but a good heart.
  • 2. The author would inwardly struggle when
    walking with his father in public.
  • 3. He participated in some activities through the
    author, his only son.
  • 4. The author is ashamed of his reluctance to be
    seen with his father during their walks.
  • 5. He never missed a day to travel to work to and
    for on the subway.

2-5-1-3-4
22
Warming-up Activities(8)
  • Decide the right choices in the following to test
    your understanding of the text.
  • 1. According to the author, his father _____
    when people stared at them.
  • didn't reveal anything unpleasant
  • wasn't bothered about it.
  • didn't notice anything unusual
  • wasn't embarrassed at all.

A
23
Warming-up Activities(9)
  • 2. The author is proud of his father because of
    all but _____.
  • A. overcoming all the difficulties going to work
  • B. suffering such shame and stress with great
    courage
  • C. doing everything better than others
  • D. traveling to work without bitterness or
    complaint

C
24
Warming-up Activities(10)
  • 3. According to the author, what is a proper
    standard by which to judge people?
  • A. He doesn't know precisely what it is.
  • B. Whether one has a good heart or not. .
  • C. Whether one shows any pity and envy of others.
  • D. How much one takes to subject oneself to shame
    and stress.

B
25
Warming-up Activities(11)
  • 4. What kind of activities was not the one his
    father tried to participate in?
  • A. He kept a local baseball team going.
  • B. He liked to go to dances and parties.
  • C. He wanted to join in a fight at a beach party.
  • D. He was fortunate to join the Navy with his son.

D
26
Warming-up Activities(12)
  • 5. The author has found his father very _____.
  • able
  • respectable
  • unworthy
  • envious

B
27
Warming-up Activities(13)
  • 6. Why does the author repeat his father's words
    "You set the pace. I will try to adjust to
    you"?
  • A. He tried to keep his balance with the right
    attitude towards his life.
  • B. He tried to keep up with his father's speed
    while walking.
  • C. His father tried to keep up with his speed
    while walking.
  • D. He tried to emphasize the help he gave his
    crippled father.

A
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Warming-up Activities(14)
  • Read the following statements. Are they true (T)
    or false (F) according to the text? Correct the
    false statements.
  • ______ 1. The author was impatient with his
    father as they went along.
  • _____ 2. His father went to work, even though
    the weather was very bad.

T
T
29
Warming-up Activities(15)
F
  • ______3. The father always had something to
    complain to the author when suffering a lot from
    shame and stress.
  • ______4. The father didn't want others to take
    pity on him.
  • ______5. The author didn't know what a "good
    heart" was, so he didn't understand his father.

T
T
30
Warming-up Activities(16)
  • ________6. Through his son, father was actively
    but indirectly involved in many activities.
  • _________7. Nobody fought the author's father
    because everybody else knew he was disabled.
  • _________8. The author would stop complaining
    about trifles when he thought of his father.

F
T
T
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Text Analysis (1)
  • Summary of the Text
  • This essay tells about a story of a father and a
    son. The son was reluctant to be seen walking
    with his crippled father , for he was ashamed of
    the unwanted attention from other people. The
    father, however, didn't care much about how
    others behaved towards them. Nor did he complain
    about his life. Instead, he kept on working and
    tried to participate in as many activities as he
    could. Not until the son grew up and lost his
    father forever, did he realize how positive and
    courageous his father was and how sorry he felt
    toward his father and how

32
Text Analysis (2)
  • unworthy he used to be. Finally, he came to know
    about the fact that it was his father who set the
    pace in his life and taught him the importance of
    having a good heart.

33
Text Analysis (3)
  • The author presents the story with a general
    point and then continues to support his general
    point with examples. This is one of the commonest
    way of presenting ones ideas or points of view.

34
Text Analysis (4)
  • In paragraph 11, the author tells us that
    although the father was crippled, he still
    managed to participate in some activities through
    his son. Then the author went on to support this
    general point with three examples. The first
    example is when the son played ball, the father
    played too. The second example is that the son
    joined the navy and the father joined too,
    though the author did not tell us how that his
    father joined the navy. The third example is
    that when the son went home

35
Text Analysis (5)
  • on leave from the navy, the father would make him
    visit his office. And in this way the father was
    telling others that he could do the same as his
    son.

36
Text Analysis (6)
  • Paras. 1-5The son was embarrassed to be seen
    walking with his crippled father, but the father
    subjected himself to the shame and stress without
    bitterness and complaint.
  • Paras. 6-7 The son now realizes that his father
    treated others with a good heart.
  • Paras. 8-11 The fathers attempt to experience
    things directly and indirectly.
  • Para.12-13 The father has gone many years, but
    the son feels regret for his reluctance and
    relies much more on his father for his balance of
    mind.

37
Vocabulary and Structure
  • You should memorize the following core vocabulary
    and useful structure.

38
balance ??(1)
  • ??unbalance counterbalance ???
  • ??
  • keep ones balance ????
  • lose ones balance ????
  • balance the pros and cons ????

39
balance ??(2)
  • ??????,?????????????????????????
  • All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. This
    saying reminds us of the importance of keeping a
    good balance between work and recreation.
  • ??????,?????????,?????,??????
  • He lost his balance and fell over on the icy
    road, but luckily, he remained safe and sound.

40
impatient ????
  • ?? impatience n .impatiently adv. ???? patient
    adj. n.??patience n.
  • ?? be impatient with sb./of sth ??? be impatient
    to do sth. ??????
  • ??????????????,???????????????
  • Its impractical for students to be impatient to
    become managers soon after graduation.

41
pace ??
  • ??keep pace with ??//the pace of life ?????
  • ????????????????
  • He finds it hard to keep pace with the latest
    developments in nuclear physics.
  • ?????????,????????????
  • With the acceleration of the pace of life, people
    are under greater pressure than ever before.

42
adjust ??
  • ?? adjustment n., adjustable a.
  • ??adjust... to ??, ???
  • ???????????????????,???????????.
  • He tried to adjust his original schedule to the
    new appointment,which shows he is a very flexible
    person.
  • ???????????????????????????.
  • He adjusted himself very quickly to the heat of
    the country as well as the fast pace of city life.

43
despite??(1)
  • ??
  • despite ????in spite of??,???????
  • although conj.??, ??
  • ??????,????????????
  • Despite the bad weather we enjoyed our holiday.

44
despite??(2)
  • ???????,????????????????
  • Despite the great difficulties, we still managed
    to finish the task two days ahead of time.
  • ???????????,???????????
  • In spite of great efforts we failed to carry our
    plans through.

45
amaze ???(1)
  • ??amazed, amazing,amazement
  • ??
  • be amazed at/by ?...????
  • be amazed to see/ to hear/ to find??/??, ??????
  • be filled with amazement????
  • in amazement ??
  • to sb's amazement???????

46
amaze ???(2)
  • ???????????,???????????????????
  • When I came back to Beijing again, I was very
    much amazed at the great changes that had taken
    place in the past year
  • ?????????,???????????????????
  • Thanks to the support of online learning, the
    teacher was amazed to see the progress his
    students had made in their English.

47
stress ??
  • ??stressful, stressless
  • ??lay /place/put stress on?????...?
    ?...???under/driven by the stress of ?...??
    ?...???
  • ???????????,??????????????????
  • For a brighter future of our students, we should
    lay stress on the development of their ability of
    creative thinking.
  • ?????,???????????
  • Under the stress of poverty, he had to work extra
    hours on a regular basis.

48
complain ??
  • ??complaint n.
  • ??complain that?? ??
  • complain to sb.of/about sth.???????
  • ???????????????
  • He complained that nothing came out the way he
    had expected.
  • ?????????????
  • Students complained to the teacher of not having
    an easy access to the Internet.

49
envy ??, ??(1)
  • ??envious adj.
  • ??
  • out of envy ??????
  • better be envied than pitied ??????, ??????
  • green with envy???????, ????
  • be envious of ??

50
envy ??, ??(2)
  • ?????????????,?????????
  • Instead of congratulating his friend on his
    success, he was envious of it.
  • ???????????????????,?????????????
  • He has become an envy of all his friends since he
    was assigned to a new promising post.

51
occasion ??, ??(1)
  • ??
  • occasional adj. ???, ?????, ???
  • occasionally adv.
  • ??
  • on occasion (from time to time now and then)
    ????????
  • take / seize occasion to do ??...????, ??...
  • on occasion ?...??

52
occasion ??, ??(2)
  • ???????????????,????????
  • We on longer keep up the close friendship of a
    few years ago, though we still see each other on
    occasion.
  • ??????????????????????
  • I would like to take this occasion to express my
    heartfelt thanks for your support.
  • ????????,??????????????
  • He is not accustomed to delivering a speech in
    public, to say nothing of on such a great
    occasion.

53
let on???? (L.4)
  • let on about ???????
  • ????????????????,???????
  • She learned about the surprise party planned for
    her but didn't let on that she knew.

54
subject to ???(L.21)
  • ??????????????
  • They have been subjected to unjust treatment for
    too long.
  • ???????????.
  • The officials subjected him to the worst possible
    punishment.

55
see to ????(L.42)
  • see to ????, ?? see to ?????, ??see to it that
    ??????, ????? see that.
  • ??????????????????
  • I saw to it that much of my spare time was
    profitably occupied.
  • ??????????
  • See that you are not late again.

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Vocabulary Testing (1)
C
  • 1. She was ____ of her sister's new fashionable
    dress.
  • A. generous B. obvious
  • C. envious D. tolerant
  • 2. It's hard for babies to ____ with each other.
  • A. adjust B. adapt
  • C. balance D. coordinate
  • 3. Many people complain of the rapid ____ of
    modem life.
  • A. rate B. speed
  • C. pace D. growth

D
C
57
Vocabulary Testing (2)
D
  • 4. The author of the report is well ____ with the
    problems in the hospital because he has been
    working there for many years.
  • A. informed B. acquainted
  • C. enlightened D. acknowledged
  • 5. In a time of social reform, people's state of
    mind tends to keep ____ with the rapid changes of
    society.
  • A. step B. pace
  • C. touch D. progress

B
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Vocabulary Testing (3)
  • 6. Employees in that company had been ____ to
    unfair treatment.
  • A. attributed B. objected
  • C. entitled D. subjected
  • 7. The chapter ____ to more than ninety pages.
  • A. expands B. expends
  • C. extends D. stretches
  • 8. The teaching ____ will have a meeting this
    afternoon.
  • A. staff B. crew
  • C. stuff D. screw

D
A
A
59
Vocabulary Testing (4)
B
  • 9. A well-written composition calls ____ good
    choice of words and dear organization among other
    things.
  • A. on B. for
  • C. up D. off
  • 10. In hospital, the patient came ____ now and
    again and mentioned her daughter's name.
  • A. to B. over
  • C. through D. off

B
60
Vocabulary Testing (5)
  • Complete each of the following sentences with a
    phrase from the box. Change the form if
    necessary.
  • be amazed at/by start out make it
  • adjust to now that subject to
  • cling to break out on leave
  • see to engage in even if

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Vocabulary Testing (6)
  • be amazed at/by start out make it
  • adjust to now that subject to
  • cling to break out on leave
  • see to engage in even if
  • He was ___________ unfair treatment.
  • He _____________writing a novel.
  • The baby __________ her mother.
  • My camera can ________________take pictures in
    cloudy or sunny conditions.

subjected to
is engaged in
clings to
be adjusted to
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Vocabulary Testing (7)
  • be amazed at/by start out make it
  • adjust to now that subject to
  • cling to break out on leave
  • see to engage in even if
  • 5. We __________________ the change in his
    appearance.
  • 6. ___________ I had finished the work, I would
    like to go back.

were amazed at/by
Now that
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Vocabulary Testing (8)
  • be amazed at/by start out make it
  • adjust to now that subject to
  • cling to break out on leave
  • see to engage in even if
  • 8. Father ________ it that much of my spare time
    was not wasted.
  • 9. Luis finally ________as an actor.
  • 10. Fighting ________ in the prison cells.

saw to
made it
broke out
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Writing
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Development by Examples (1)
  • Focus a paragraph of a general point supported
    by examples.
  • The story includes some paragraphs in which the
    writer starts with a general point and then
    presents a number of examples to support his
    point. Look at one of the paragraphs.

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Development by Examples (2)
  • I now know he participated in some things through
    me, his only son. (a general point) When I played
    ball, he played too. (example 1) When I joined
    the Navy, he joined too. (example 2 )And when I
    came home on leave, he saw to it that I visited
    his office. Introducing me, he was really saying,
    This is my son, but it is also me, and I could
    have done this, too, if things had been
    different. Those words were never said
    aloud.(example 3)

67
Development by Examples (3)
  • Supporting a topic sentence with examples or
    illustrations makes a general statement specific
    and easy to understand. An illustration is a
    case, a specimen, an instance. Vivid
    illustrations light up abstract ideas and make
    them clear, interesting, memorable, or
    convincing.
  • Illustrations may be a single example or a series
    of examples.

68
Development by Examples (4)
  • This term several useful and interesting courses
    have been offered. An Introduction to European
    Culture, for instance, gives us a lot of
    background knowledge of the history of European
    philosophy, literature, and arts. From time to
    time we see slide shows of famous paintings and
    hear tapes of famous pieces of music, and they
    make the lectures all the more interesting.
    American Society and Culture is another course
    that attracts a large audience. The teacher, who
    visited the United States not long ago, discusses
    new trends and

69
Development by Examples (5)
  • changes in American life as well as American
    history and traditions. We like these and other
    courses very much, because they help us not only
    to improve our English but also to broaden our
    vision.
  • ----- Student

70
Development by Examples (6)
  • Knowledge often results only after persistent
    investigation. Albert Einstein, after a lengthy
    examination of the characteristics of matter and
    energy, formulated his famous Theory of
    Relativity, which now acts as a basis for further
    research in nuclear physics. Using plaster casts
    of footprints, fingerprints, and stray strands of
    hair, a detective pertinaciously pursues the
    criminals. After years of work Annie Jump Cannon
    perfected the classification of the spectra of
    some 350,000 stars. Investigations into the
    causes of polio have

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Development by Examples (7)
  • provided us with the means for prevention and
    cure of this dreaded disease only after many
    years of research. As students, we too are
    determined in our investigation to find, retain,
    and contribute to the store of human knowledge.
  • ------ Earl Rudolph

72
Development by Examples (8)
  • Try to write your own paragraph, which starts
    with a general point that has been listed below.
  • Science and technology change our life greatly.

73
Development by Examples (9)
  • Sample
  • Nowadays, people can reach each other at anytime
    at any place only with a mobile phone at hand.
    And you need not wait for several days for your
    letter to reach to your friends. What you need to
    do is to type the letter on the computer, tap the
    key and within one minute your friend receives
    it. With the advancement of media and
    communication technology, people are able to know
    what is happening at a place far from their home
    and the world is really becoming a global village.

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Section B
  • The Right Son at the Right Time

75
Table of Contents
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary Study
  • Vocabulary Test

76
Reading Comprehension (1)
  • Q The elderly man collapsed on a downtown
    Brooklyn street corner __________.
  • A. when he was not with any relative
  • B. as he was knocked over by a car while crossing
    the street
  • C. because the road was covered with ice and he
    was unable to walk well

A
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Reading Comprehension (2)
  • Q An emergency-room nurse found out that the old
    man's son was a Marine_____.
  • by calling the Red Cross office in Brooklyn
  • because the old man repeatedly called for his son
  • from a letter found in the old man's pocket

C
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Reading Comprehension (3)
B
  • Q When the son was found, __________.
  • A. he was setting out in an army vehicle with an
    officer
  • B. he was participating in a military exercise
  • C. he and his fellow soldiers were stuck in some
    marshes

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Reading Comprehension (4)
  • Q When the son was rushed to the hospital,
    __________.
  • it was already midnight
  • the father knew him immediately
  • the son knew right away there had been a mistake

C
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Reading Comprehension (5)
C
  • Q In the hospital __________.
  • the nurse stayed by the old man's bed through
    most of the night
  • the dying man said a few words to his son
  • the son offered love in the last few hours of the
    old man's life

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Reading Comprehension (6)
  • Q The young Marine told the nurse that he was
    not the real son of the old man ___ .
  • after the old man died
  • when the nurse sensed something strange
  • before the Marine came to the nurse's station

A
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Reading Comprehension (7)
B
  • Q The mistake was due to __________.
  • A. the fact that the two Marines had the same
    name and looked very similar
  • B. carelessness on the part of someone in the
    personnel office
  • C. the wrong records kept in the North Carolina
    Marine Corps base.

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Reading Comprehension (8)
  • Q The sentence "the wrong Marine had become the
    right son at the right time" in the last
    paragraph means that __________.
  • A. the Marine was wrong in fooling the dying old
    man
  • B. the Marine made the right decision about what
    he should do
  • C. the Marine told the real story about him and
    the old man

B
84
Vocabulary and Structure
  • You should memorize the following core vocabulary
    and useful structure.

85
locate ??
  • ??location n.
  • ??be located in/on / near ???
  • ????????????
  • Beijing University of Technology is located in
    Chaoyang District.
  • ???????????????
  • The new hospital is to be located near your
    college.

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apparent ???
  • ??apparently ad.
  • ?? it is apparent to sb. that...????????
  • ???,????????????????
  • It was apparent that he knew nothing about how to
    repair cars.
  • ???,??????????????????
  • Apparently, my top priority now is to get in
    touch with him as soon as possible.

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enable ???
  • ?? enable sb. to do???(?)...
  • ?????????????????????????
  • Using a cell phone enables people to keep in
    touch with friends and relatives more
    efficiently.
  • ??????????.
  • Surfing the Internet enables people to get
    informed of the world.

88
extend ??(1)
  • ??extensive a. ???,??? extended
    a.???,???.extension n
  • ??extend from ... to ...?... ?????
  • ??,??????????,?????????,?????????????????.
  • We used to have only three days off on our
    National Day holiday, but now it is extended to
    seven days, which stimulates the development of
    holiday economy to a large extent.

89
extend ??(2)
  • ????????,?????????????????.
  • The government decided to extend the highway from
    downtown to the foot of the mountain in order to
    develop economy in the mountain area.

90
exchange ??(1)
  • ??
  • exchange rate??
  • stock exchange ?????
  • exchange sth. with sb. ???????
  • exchange sth. for sth. ?... ?...in
  • exchange for ??
  • ?????????????????????
  • The technical cooperation and cultural exchanges
    between the two countries are on the increase
    daily.

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exchange ??(2)
  • ??????????????
  • John exchanged gifts with Mary on Christmas Eve.
  • ??????????????????????
  • The deputy manager exchanged the company's
    interest for his personal honor.
  • ???????,??????
  • He gave me an apple in exchange for a cake.

92
inform ??(1)
  • ??
  • information n. ??, ??, ?? (???)
  • informed adj. ?????
  • informative adj.?????,?????
  • ??
  • inform sb. of sth. ??????
  • inform sb. that / wh-??????
  • keep sb. well-informed of sth. ?????????

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inform ??(2)
  • ??????????????????????????
  • The sales manager asked his men to timely inform
    him of everything concerning the sales.
  • ??????????,????????????.
  • No matter what progress you will make, please
    keep us informed of the fresh developments.

94
call for??
  • ????????????
  • The occasion calls for a cool head.

95
turn out ??? ???
  • ?????????????
  • Things turned out to be exactly as the professor
    had foreseen.
  • ????????????,?????????.
  • It turned out that their performance was a great
    success, which was totally beyond my expectation.

96
Vocabulary Test (1)
  • Fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrases.
  • come to on the way to see to call for
  • now and again pay attention to with that
  • turn out participate in cling to adapt
    to
  • break out

97
Vocabulary Test (2)
  • come to on the way to see to call for
  • now and again pay attention to with that
  • turn out participate in cling to adapt
    to
  • break out
  • 1. I __________in the hospital, but I didn't
    remember what had happened to me.
  • 2. We do meet _______________, but not regularly.

came to
now and again
98
Vocabulary Test (3)
  • come to on the way to see to call for
  • now and again pay attention to with that
  • turn out participate in cling to adapt
    to
  • break out
  • 3. This disease ___________prompt treatment.
  • 4. The boy failed in the examination because he
    _______________________ the teacher in class.

calls for
had paid no attention to
99
Vocabulary Test (4)
  • come to on the way to see to call for
  • now and again pay attention to with that
  • turn out participate in cling to adapt
    to
  • break out
  • 5. She threw the book on the table, and
    ____________ ran angrily out of the room.
  • 6. Only in this way can you put yourself
    _______________ success.

with that
on the way to
100
Vocabulary Test (5)
  • come to on the way to see to call for
  • now and again pay attention to with that
  • turn out participate in cling to adapt
    to
  • break out
  • 7. It ___________ that his statement was false.
  • 8. The new cadets are very slow to _________ the
    strict regulations of the military college.

turned out
adapt to
101
Vocabulary Test (6)
  • come to on the way to see to call for
  • now and again pay attention to with that
  • turn out participate in cling to adapt
    to
  • break out
  • 9. Due to the fact that she was naturally timid,
    she shrank from any _____________ social and
    cultural activities.
  • 10. At the party we found that shy girl
    ___________ her mother all the time.

participation in
clinging to
102
Vocabulary Test (7)
  • Fill in the following blanks with some of the
    words given below. Change the form where
    necessary.
  • cling sympathize sole adjust
    satisfy
  • dim apparent enable extend
  • locate inform old

103
Vocabulary Test (8)
  • cling sympathize sole adjust old
  • satisfy dim apparent enable
    extend
  • locate inform
  • 1. After so many years, he still ______ to the
    hope that his lost son would return one day.
  • 2. He is __________ a very old man but in fact he
    is only fifty years old.

clung
apparently
104
Vocabulary Test (9)
  • cling sympathize sole adjust old
  • satisfy dim apparent enable
    extend
  • locate inform
  • 3. My camera can be ________ to take pictures in
    cloudy or sunny conditions.
  • 4. In the eyes of most students, her teaching
    method is far from ___________ .

adjusted
satisfactory
105
Vocabulary Test (10)
  • cling sympathize sole adjust old
  • satisfy dim apparent enable
    extend
  • locate inform
  • 5. He's very active for an _________ man.
  • 6. The information office __________ in the city
    center.

elderly
is located
106
Vocabulary Test (11)
  • cling sympathize sole adjust old
  • satisfy dim apparent enable
    extend
  • locate inform
  • 7. This pass __________ me to travel half-price
    on trains.
  • 8. I can only see _______ the edges of the
    building on a dark night.

enables
dimly
107
Vocabulary Test (12)
  • cling sympathize sole adjust old
  • satisfy dim apparent enable
    extend
  • locate inform
  • 9. Out of ____________for the homeless children
    he gave them a bed for the night.
  • 10. Keep me _________ about what happens.

sympathy
informed
108
Section C
  • Love of Life

109
Reading Comprehension (1)
  • Choose the best answer to each of the following
    questions
  • 1. Which of the following is true?
  • Bill decided to go to the sea and seek for help
    from the ships passing by.
  • Although the man thought he knew the way to the
    camp, he was lost in the empty land.
  • Someone else took Bills gold and was killed by
    Bill.
  • Bill carried his gold to the end, but the man
    took only half of his gold with him when the ship
    saved him.

B
110
Reading Comprehension (2)
  • 2. When he first saw the ship, the man thought it
    was an imagined picture, because___________.
  • he had been waiting for a ship for a long time
  • the ship didnt look real
  • he was so sick that he had illusion
  • he could not believe his eyes

D
111
Reading Comprehension (3)
  • 3. What did the men on the ship understand after
    searching the mans bed?
  • The man needed more food because he was sick.
  • He had almost starved to death, so he was afraid
    that there might be lack of food on the ship.
  • He needed some food to take with him.
  • They didnt give him enough food to eat because
    of the lack of food on the ship.

B
112
Reading Comprehension (4)
  • Read the text first and then provide short
    answers to the following questions.
  • Q What are some of the difficulties that faced
    the man after Bill had left? What supported him
    to survive?
  • A He was alone, starving, sick and lost. He hurt
    his foot and almost ran out of his energy. It was
    cold and rainy, and wild animals also challenged
    him. Despite all the difficulties he didnt give
    up because life in him, unwilling to die,
    sustained him.

113
Reading Comprehension (5)
  • Q Why did the man hide some food after he was
    saved?
  • A The man suffered from hunger a lot before he
    was saved as a result, he was worried that there
    wasnt enough food on the ship.
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