football tennis American soccer Rugby volleyball
Weight lifting Taijiquan Baseball
Rope-jumping Taekwondo Horse-riding Boxing
New words fitness n., ache v., exercise n. weight n. training n. unlikely adv. bump v., interest n./v.,
Useful expressions keep fit / healthy, stay fit/ healthy, weight lifting weight training a bit give up take exercise go running not …..any more … bump into sb.
Everyday English Don t give up ….. What s up ?, ? Don t talk to me about it.. Unlikely ! ! Guess what ! ! Good luck! !
Betty Lingling Taijiquan Weight training Running Act.1: Listen and check
Tapescript: Betty : Do you do Taijiquan, Lingling? Lingling: Yes, it s a great way to keep fit and to stay healthy. Betty : Do you think it s better than running? Lingling: Well, it makes you stronger than running. Betty : So why not weight training ? Lingling : Because Taijiquan exercises the mind as well. You think better in class. Betty: Isn t it just for old people ? Lingling : Not at all. It s for people of all ages. Betty : Well, my father still goes running, and I think that s the best way of keeping fit for us. Lingling: Yes, but you have to train carefully. It s easy to make your legs ache.
Language points 1. whose,,. Eg: a. I have a friend. His mother is a doctor I have a friend whose mother is a doctor. c. They are the children. Their parents are very famous They are the children whose parents are very famous. b. I have a bird. Its name is Polly I have a bird whose name is Polly.
Ex1. Join the sentences. 1.He is the boy. The boy s mother has been in the film. 2.There is a rabbit. Its family lives underground. 3.That s the woman. Her children are very polite. 4.Is he the man ? His car was stolen. 5.The man is over there. I can t remember his name. 6.She is the teacher. Her classes are very popular. 7.Are these the boys ? Their grades are excellent. He is the boy whose mother has been in the film. There is a rabbit whose family lives underground. That s the woman whose children are very polite. Is he the man whose car was stolen ? The man is over there whose name I can t remember. She is the teacher whose classes are very popular. Are these the boys whose grades are excellent.
Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks with who or whose. 1.I helped a woman ________dog was lost. 2.The nurses took good care of the baby _____was badly ill. 3.I m sorry for my friend ______pet died last week. 4.He is a student _______classroom is next to ours. 5.The doctor _______looks young is very kind. 6.She is the girl _______sweater is the same as mine. 7.The boy _______bike was stole was very sad. 8.My father visited a friend ________he hasn t seen for long. 9.We all know Charlie Brown_______ is the master of Snoopy. 10.Mr. Li works in a hospital _____ name is Modern Hospital. 11.This is the man _______son works in the post office 12.Did you pick up the visitor ________comes from Sydney ? who whose who whose
2. a bit a little a little + *a bit / a little,. / Eg: a. Don t worry. We have a little time. ----Don t worry. We have a bit of time. a bit + of + a bit + / b. I m a little busy today. ---I m a bit busy today. c. He likes this cartoon a little. ----He likes this cartoon a bit.
Ex: Fill in the blanks with a bit or a bit of 1.I felt ____________tired after running. 2.There is ___________meat in the fridge. 3.___________time will be needed to finish it. 4.Tom finds it ___________interesting to surf. 5.Your shoes look ____________old. 6.We can get only ___________information from it. 7.Drinking ________wine everyday is good for us. 8.It is _________cooler today than that yesterday. 9.The little boy likes drawing ___________. a bit A bit of a bit a bit of
3. give up, give up sth. / doing sth. Eg: a. Whenever we are, we shouldn t give up hope. b. He wants to give up maths because it s too hard. c. Many children give up studying because of poverty. 4. stay fit / healthy keep fit / healthy Eg: a. It s important for us to stay fit. b. How can we stay the milk fresh ? c. The baby stayed awake at that time. stay/keep … +
5. not ….any more = no more …. not ….any longer = no longer Eg: a. He will no more study in this school next term He won t study in this school next term any more. b. We are asked to write with pencil no more We aren t asked to write with pencil any more. c. The water is no more clean in the river The water isn t clean in the river any more. d. He no more worked in the company He didn t work in the company any more. e. Her parents can look after him no more Her parents can t look after him any more.
6. bump into sb. ---happen to meet sb. meet sb. by chance b. He bumped into a pen pal in the bookstore just now. ----He happened to meet a pen pal in the bookstore just now He met a pen pal by chance in the bookstore just now. Eg: a. I bumped into him yesterday evening I happened to meet him yesterday evening I met him by chance yesterday evening.
7. interest n. v. … sb. show/have interest in …. sb. be interested in … … sth. interest sb. Eg: a. The little girl shows interest in drawing. ----The little girl is interested in drawing. ----Drawing interests the little girl. b. Most boys have great interest in basketball ----Most boys are very interested in basketball. ----Basketball interests most boys a lot. c. My sister was interested in science before. ---My sister showed interest in science before. ----Science interested my sister before.
8. enough, /, adj/adv enough. to do sth. … Eg: a. He is strong enough to carry it He is so strong that he can carry it. too + / + to do sth. … so + / + that … … b. She isn t old enough to work. ----She is so young that she can t work. ----She is too young to work.
c. I m not old enough to look after myself I m so young that I can t look after myself I m too young to look after myself. d. He got up too late to work. ----He got up so late that he was late for work. ----He didn t get up early enough to go to work. e. It s hot enough for us to swim. ----It s so hot that we can swim. f. He hurt so badly that he couldn t walk. ---He hurt too badly to walk.