1.When and where was Aydrey born? in Belgium on 4 th May 1929 3.What was her dream before she became a Hollywood superstar? 2.What did she begin doing at a very young age? taking ballet lessons to become a successful ballet dancer 4.What had she been before she became a Hollywood superstar? a model
6.What attracted the writers attention? 5.Who did Audrey meet while filming Monte Carlo Baby? 8.Which award did she win for the play Ondine? Audreys beauty and charm Tony Awards the famous writer Colette 7.She won an Oscar for Best Actress for her role in the film Roman Holiday, didnt she? Yes,she did.
1.not only…but also… He likes not only swimming but also singing. Not only the students but also their teacher has missed the school bus. 2.lose loss He lost two sons in the war. The world mourned the loss of a great beauty, a great actress and a great humanitarian. If she leaves,it will be a big loss to the school.
3.beauty The beauty of nature always attracts me. This rose is a real beauty. 4.be + Her dream was to become a successful ballet dancer. The children are to learn English next week.
5.put ones effort into… She had put all her effort into ballet training before she entered the film industry. The doctor put all his effort into his work all his life. 6.had + She had been a model before she became a Hollywood superstar. She said she had seen the film twice. My uncle had lived in Nanjing for 5 years before he moved to Beijing.
7. insist We arrived shortly after the film started. The hospital was rebuilt shortly after the war. 9. Shortly after Audrey was chosen to play the lead role of a young princess in the Hollywood film Roman Holiday. What role shall I play in the film? 8. play a lead role in… Colette insisted that Audrey was the perfect girl to play the lead role in Gigi. He insisted that he had done right.
Kitty does not know the meaning of some words in the article. Help her find the meanings of the words she does not know. Circle the correct letters. 1.Mourn means_______. a. celebrate b. feel sad because someone has died c. feel sorry 3.If someone plays the lead role in a film or a play, he / she is _____. a. the director b. the main character c. the leader of a group 2. A superstar is _______.. a. A very strong person b. A very bright star c. a very famous person
4.Someone of great charm ______. a. has lots of money b. has an attractive quality c. wears fancy clothes 6. Instantly means_______. a. at once b. after a long time c. after a short time 5. If someone wins an Oscar nomination( ) he / she _____. a. has a chance to win an Oscar b. will travel around the world c. be a singer
Kitty wants to make sure she knows everything about Audrey Hepburns life as an actress. Look at the magazine headlines she has found. Help Kitty put them in the correct order. a. Audrey met Colette in France. b. Audrey began taking ballet lessons at a very young age. c. Audrey had been a model before she became a Hollywood superstar. d. Audrey won the Tony Awards. e. Audrey won an Oscar for Best Actress. f.Audrey played the lead role in the play Gigi. b c a f e d ( )--( )( )--
Kitty is reading an article about Audrey Hepburns career. Help her fill in the missing words. actress attracted career won favourite insisted role model Audrey Hepburn was one of Hollywoods ________ actresses. She had been a __________ before she became an ________. Her successful __________ lasted for about forty years. In 1951 while filming Monte Carlo Baby, she met Colette. The writer was __________by Audrey Hepburns beauty and charm and ________ that she was the right person to play the lead ________in Gigi. Shortly after, Audrey was chosen to play the lead role in Roman Holiday and she _______an Oscar for Best Actress. favourite model role insisted career won attracted actress
1 2 3 4 5 His dream is to be a teacher. We should put our efforts into our study. When I got to the airport, the plane had taken off. Her charm attracted everyones attention. She is famous not only in the USA,but also in other parts of the world.
Homework : 1. Recite the new words on page 78. 2. Recite passage 1 and 2 on page 78.
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