Presentation on theme: "Unit 1. 1 add v. to put sth. with sth. else to increase the number or amount or to improve the whole: If you add (= calculate the total of) three and."— Presentation transcript:
1 add v. to put sth. with sth. else to increase the number or amount or to improve the whole: If you add (= calculate the total of) three and four you get seven. Beat the butter and sugar together and slowly add the eggs.
Her classmates’ laughter only added to (= increased) her embarrassment( 尴尬 ). [+ that] She was sad, she said, but added (= said also) that she felt she had made the right decision.
[+ speech] “Oh, and thank you for all your help!” he added as he was leaving. It's $45 - $50 if you add in (= include) the cost of postage. Don’t forget to add on your travelling expenses/add your expenses on.
It all added up to a lot of hard work for all of us. Their proposals do not add up to any real help for the poor. add up to sth. (RESULT) to have a particular result or effect:
1. We have planted flowers and green trees around the buildings, which___ the beauty of the city. A. add to B. add up C. add up to D. are added to Have a try
2. The engine of the ship was out of order and the bad weather _____ the helplessness of the crew at sea. (2003 上海） A. added to B. resulted from C. turned out D. made up
Don’t get upset about the dress—there’s only a little stain on it. [+ to infinitive] She was very upset to hear that the holiday had been cancelled. [+ that] He was very upset that you didn't reply to his letters. 2 upset adj. [after verb] worried, unhappy or angry:
This article lists all the words that will be ignored when you try to search a Web by using the Search Form. How can the government ignore the wishes of the majority? I smiled at her but she just ignored me. 3 ignore verb [T] to intentionally( 故意 ) not listen or give attention to:
She sat down and took a few deep breaths to calm herself down. She was angry at first but we managed to calm her down. Calm down, for goodness sake. It's nothing to get excited about! 4 calm (sb.) down to stop feeling upset or angry, or to stop someone feeling this way:
I’m a bit concerned about/for your health. [+ (that)] Aren’t you concerned (that) she might tell someone? [+ to infinitive] He was concerned to hear that two of his trusted workers were leaving. Concerned parents have complained about the dangerous playground. 5 concerned adj. worried:
6 outdoors adv. 在户外 ; 在野外 Children usually prefer playing outdoors. I love to be in the great outdoors. 反义词 : indoors 户外，野外 outdoor adj. 户外的，野外的 ( 置于名词前 ) an outdoor sport / game 户外运动
n. 雷；雷声 thunder and lightning 7 thunder vi. 打雷；雷鸣 The sky grew dark and it started to thunder.
8 entirely adv. 完全地；全然地；整个地 I admit it was entirely my fault. The company is run almost entirely by middle-aged men.
1) ( 人的 ) 能力，精力，力量 : do everything in one’s power to help 尽力帮助 out of / beyond one’s power 能力所不及 Knowledge is power. 2) 权利，权限 : the power of the law ( 法律 ) come into power 握权 in power 当权，执政 9 power
3) 体力，智力，精力 : His powers are falling. 他的体力正在衰退中。 a man of varied powers 多才多艺的人
10 go through to suffer or experience sth. bad 经历；经受 you'll never understand just what the fuck I've gone through. My uncle has gone through many hardships.
11 set down 放下；记下；登记 Why don’t you set your ideas down on paper? 你怎麽不把你的想法写在纸上呢 ? I will set down the story as it was told to me. 我要把这听来的故事原原本本地记下来
12 a serious of 一连串的 ; 一系列 ; 一套 He saw a series of white arrows painted on the road. 他看见马路上画有一连串的白色箭头。 There’s been a whole series of accidents on this stretch of road recently. 近来在这一路段发生了一连串事故。
He broke the window on purpose. It is not likely that he did it on purpose. 他不见得是故意做那件事 。 13 on purpose 故意地
It is difficult to see clearly at dusk. 在黄昏时很难看清东西。 I often walk alone at dusk with my dog. at dawn 黎明时 I knew roosters （公鸡） crowed at dawn, but I never knew they kept crowing all morning long. 14 at dusk 在黄昏时刻
15 face to face 面对面地 We’ve spoken on the phone but never face-to-face. The burglar turned the corner and found himself face to face with a policeman. 盗贼一拐弯面对面地碰上个警察。
face to face 面对面地 shoulder to shoulder 肩并肩 hand in hand 手牵手 heart to heart 心贴心
It’s really a hard time for Ann to, for she couldn’t go for so long a time. be caught by the Nazis, she could only hide away and look at nature through dirty hanging before very windows. How pity! Have a try go throughoutdoors In order not to German curtains dusty
She looked her diary as her friend and called it Kitty, in which she could all her feeling. One day, she happened to be upstairs.When looking out through the open window, she felt the dark, rainy evening, the wind, the clouds held her in their. It was the first time in a year and a half that she’d seen the night. set down at dusk thunderingentirely power face to face