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1 Lesson 2 Behind the Wardrobe: Where the Faun Meets the Daughter of Eve Grammar

2 Patterns Highlight (Line 1) Lucy and her siblings were sent to a large country house to stay away from the German air-raid in London during WWII. stay away from… … Stay away from that dog. It would bite anyone around it.

3 Patterns Highlight (Line 2) …………As they were exploring the large house on a rainy day, they found a wardrobe. = When

4 Patterns Highlight (Line 3) ……Lucy was the only one among the four children curious enough to step inside. who was curious enough to … curious enough to… (who was)

5 Patterns Highlight (Line 13) But you areforgive meyou are what they called a girl? asked the Faun. = what is called = so-called

6 Patterns Highlight (Line 17) Of course Im human, said Lucy, still a little puzzled. (who was)

7 Patterns Highlight (Line 18) …How stupid of me! But Ive never seen a Son of Adam or... How adj. of sb.( )! How + adj./adv. + S + V ! How clever of me. How clever I am. How interesting the story is. = How stupid I am! ~

8 Patterns Highlight (Line 22) …Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Tumnus. allow…to V. My mother didnt allow me to go out with my friends. allow + N./Ving The library doesnt allow drinking and eating.

9 Patterns Highlight (Line 28) …where we are now; all that lies between the lamp- post and the great castle…. = is located = is situated (it is)

10 Patterns Highlight (Line 32) Ah! said Mr. Tumnus in a rather melancholy voice,… in a … voice … / She talked to her son in a soft voice. = very

11 Patterns Highlight (Line 35) But they arent countries at all, said Lucy… not…at all Dont talk with me about politics. Im not interested in it at all.

12 Patterns Highlight (Line 37) …it is Winter in Narnia, and has been for ever so long, and we shall … = for (ever) so long = for a long time

13 Patterns Highlight (Line 42) …said Lucy. But I was wondering whether I ought to be getting back. I was wondering whether/if … I am wondering whether/if… !!! ( !) … …

14 Patterns Highlight (Line 46) Well, its very kind of you, said Lucy. But I shant be able to stay long. be able to + V. ~ My mother is able to cook Italian dishes. I am not able to hand in the homework on time. = stay for a long time

15 Patterns Highlight (Line 49) And so Lucy found herself walking through the woods arm in arm with the creature… find + O + Ving/p.p. ~ The police found the woman lying on the floor in the house. I found a dog run over by a truck on the road. arm in arm hand in hand a The couple walked in the park hand in hand. Ving p.p. Ving p.p.

16 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 12) 1.stay away from ~ We should stay away from drugs. 2. on + … On my grandfathers birthday, my family will get together and we will enjoy ourselves. 3.lead to Platform 9 ¾ leads to Hogwarts.

17 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 13) 4.what they call …... Coffee with lots of milk is what they call Latte. 5.be delighted be pleased David will be delighted/pleased to see you and your family. 6.in time We arrived home in time for dinner.

18 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 14) 7.no doubt Jeff will no doubt tell the boss everything. 8.round the corner T he department store is round the corner.

19 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 15) Sentence Patterns If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) = Had + S + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p.… ( if, ) The driver was not careful, so the car accident happened. If the driver had been more careful, the car accident might not have happened. Had the driver been more careful, the car accident might not have happened. ( if)

20 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 15) Sentence Patterns If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) = Had + S + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p.… ( if, ) Tom didnt work hard, so he didnt achieve his goal. If Tom had worked harder, he could have achieved his goal. Had Tom worked harder, he could have achieved his goal. ( if)

21 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 15) Sentence Patterns If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) = Had + S + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p.… ( if, ) Mary If Mary had come to the concert with us last week, she would have enjoyed herself.

22 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 15) Sentence Patterns If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) = Had + S + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p.… ( if, ) If I had arrived home in time yesterday, I could have watched my favorite program.

23 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 33) Patterns in Action I-Practice A If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) 2.If I had gotten up early this morning, I would not have been late for the meeting. 3.If James had come to the party last weekend, he would have met my sister.

24 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 33) Patterns in Action I-Practice A If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) 4.If it had not rained heavily yesterday, we could have played soccer out on the field. 5.If he had eaten something for breakfast, he wouldnt have been so hungry all morning.

25 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 33) Patterns in Action I-Practice B If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) 2.If Nikky hadnt drunk too much coffee, she would have slept well last night. 3.If Rachel hadnt had a bad cold yesterday, she would have done better on the exam.

26 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 34) Patterns in Action I-Practice B If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) 4.If William had finished a book report, he wouldnt have had to stay up late last night

27 Lesson Packet-Lesson 2 (p. 3) Grammar (1) If + S + had + p.p., S + would/could/might/should + have + p.p…. … …( ) 1.He didnt get up early, so he missed the train. If he had got up early, he would not have missed the train. 2.You didnt take my advice, so you couldnt achieve your goal. If you had taken my advice, you could have achieved your goal.

28 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 16) Sentence Patterns …( ) S + V + (,) as if + S + were/V-ed Kate sounds as if she understood her children. Kate looks as if she were a student. S + V-ed + (,) as if + S + had + p.p. Jay talked to Mary as if they had known each other for a long time. Jay spoke as if he were a teacher.

29 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 16) Sentence Patterns …( ) S + V + (,) as if + S + were/V-ed S + V-ed + (,) as if + S + had + p.p. My boyfriend looks as if he were lying to me. Paul order...around Paul orders people around in the office as if he were the boss.

30 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 34) Patterns in Action II-Practice …( ) S + V + (,) as if + S + were/V-ed S + V-ed + (,) as if + S + had + p.p. 1.Henry speaks Japanese fluently as if it were his native tongue. 2.I always listened to the music Tina plays in the car quietly as if I liked it.

31 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p ) Patterns in Action II-Practice …( ) S + V + (,) as if + S + were/V-ed S + V-ed + (,) as if + S + had + p.p. 3.Matt and Susan became good friends right after they started talking as if they had known each other all their lives. 4.Jim bought two pairs of designer shoes, one brand-name suit, and a gold watch last night. He spent money as if he had won the jackpot in the lottery.

32 Lesson Packet-Lesson 2 (p. 3) Grammar (2) …( ) S + V + (,) as if + S + were/V-ed S + V-ed + (,) as if + S + had + p.p. 1.He is no longer a child, but he often acts as if. 2. I didnt say anything wrong, but Amy looked at me doubtfully as if. he were a child I had said something wrong

33 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 17) Sentence Patterns … (If only ) If only + S + were/V-ed If only I had a sports car. If only + S + had + p.p. If only I had caught the bus this morning.

34 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 17) Sentence Patterns … (If only ) If only+ S + were/V-ed If only + S + had + p.p. If only I had won the speech contest last week. Bill Gates If only I were as rich as Bill Gates.

35 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 35) Patterns in Action III-Practice … (If only ) If only+ S + were/V-ed If only + S + had + p.p. 1. Jessica used to be my best friend, but I havent seen her since she moved to New Jersey. If only I could see her often. 2.Grandpa said bungee jumping is too much for him now. We could try it together if only he were younger.

36 Textbook-Lesson 2 (p. 35) Patterns in Action III-Practice … (If only ) If only+ S + were/V-ed If only + S + had + p.p. 3.It started raining all of a sudden, and I got all wet. If only I had brought an umbrella with me. 4.The dress doesnt suit me at all, and I have spent five thousand dollars on it. If only I hadnt bought it. 5.Ted looked very much pleased when he opened the present we gave him. If only you had been there.

37 Lesson Packet-Lesson 2 (p. 3) Grammar (3) … (If only ) If only + S + were/V-ed If only+ S + had + p.p. 1. It is too bad that I didnt meet you before I got married. 2.I am sorry that my son didnt hand in his homework on time. If only I had met you before I got married. If only my son had handed in his homework on time.

38 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p ) 4. Ted has never spoken in public before. Jim has never complained about his job before. 5. You cannot go out. That is to say, you have to stay home. Susan is not good at English. That is to say, she has difficulties in learning it.

39 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p ) 6. The hotel lies along the river. My apartment lies between a post office and a supermarket. 7. We ought to get along well with our classmates. We ought to do something for the people who love us. ~

40 Grammar Book-Lesson 2 (p. 20) 8. My English teacher found her dictionary missing. The students found the test difficult.

41 Lesson Packet -(4) Cloze It happened on a rainy day when Lucy and her siblings were playing hide-and-seek in a large country house. Out of curiosity, they 1. the large house and found a wardrobe. Lucy was the only one to step inside it, and, 2. her surprise, it led her to a snow-covered land. There she met a Faun, who was also 3. to see her at that time. They began a conversation, in which the Faun asked if Lucy was 4. they called a human girl. Then the Faun stopped 5. something that had flashed across its mind. It went on to introduce itself and asked 6. Lucy had come into Narnia. (B)explored (C)to (A)shocked (D)what (C)saying (A) how

42 When she replied that she had come in from the wardrobe, the Faun was puzzled, wondering where this country The Wardrobe was, and said it 7. it had worked harder at studying geography. After that, they talked about the weather of these two places: the Wardrobe and Narnia. The Faun invited Lucy to have some tea, but at first she politely refused, 8. if it was time for her to go home. As the Faun promised that it wouldnt 9. too much time to have tea, she accepted the invitation politely. Finally, they walked happily through the woods arm in arm as if they 10. each other for a long time. Then Lucy began her exciting adventure in Narnia. (B)wished (C)wondering (D)take (D)had already known

43 Workbook (L2 answers) I.Vocab. & Derivatives 1.pleasure 2.parcel 3.intend 4.doubt 5.eastern 6.eternal 7.introduced 8.inquisitive 9.delighted 10.creatures 11.exploration 12.forgiveness

44 Workbook (L2 answers) IV.Sentence Writing 1.Henry only lost his wallet but he cried loudly as if he had lost everything. 2.Samantha looked so sleepy as if she had not slept for a week. 3.He looks as if he were afraid of dogs. Actually he keeps three dogs at home. 4.I didnt do very well on the math exam. Mom is sure to be very angry. If only I had studied harder! 5.Shelly was walking down the street reading a comic book when she was hit by a bike. If only she had been more careful. 6.I had a big fight with my girlfriend. If only I had been more understanding of her pressure!

45 Workbook (L2 answers) V.Translation 1.Tom was the only one in the class tall enough to touch the rim of the basket. 2.Surprisingly, the little path led/leads to a beautiful garden. 3.John was wondering whether he should/ought to go home right away. 4.Ted talks as if he knew everything about sailing. 5.He ate up all the food as if he had been hungry/hadnt eaten for days.


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