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2 1. I want to know what your first impression of me is. 2. What you said makes me more / less confident about this lesson. 3. I have no idea how I can make a grammar lesson interesting. 4. My question is why you don’t like / like object clause 宾语从句 appositive clause 同位语从句 subject clause 主语从句 predicative clause 表语从句 Noun Clauses Introduced by Question Words open presentation.

3 Noun Clauses Introduced by Question Words Southerners find it difficult to understand what northerners are saying. Southerners find it difficult to understand what are northerners saying. √ × 2. The word order of the noun clause is that of a statement.( 陈述句 ) 1. What 、 which 、 who 、 whom 、 whose 、 when 、 where 、 why 、 how

4 What surprised us most was the way he talked to his parents. Who will attend the meeting is not decided yet. This is why I had a few days off. Noun Clauses Introduced by Question Words 2. The word order of the noun clause is that of a statement.( 陈述句 ) 3. Question words act as certain sentence elements( 成分 ) in the clauses. 1. What 、 which 、 who 、 whom 、 whose 、 when 、 where 、 why 、 how

5 2. The word order of the noun clause is that of a statement.( 陈述句 ) 3. Question words act as certain sentence elements ( 成分 ) in the clauses. 4. Question words can’t be left out in noun clauses in any cases. 1. What 、 which 、 who 、 whom 、 whose 、 when 、 where 、 why 、 how Noun Clauses Introduced by Question Words

6 ‘Borrowed Words’-----good or bad? Languages keep borrowing words from other languages. This is one of the reasons why languages keep changing every day. What we should do about ‘borrowed words’ is something people disagree about. In England today, there is no one to decide which new words should be included in the language. A standard was first set for the English language when Henry Ⅶ was the King. That is how we have the phrase ‘the king’s English’. He set a standard for how people should speak English, but who can make a decision like that today is a question. However, there is a department to make decisions like this in France. How French will be used is decided by a government department. Today, the spread of ‘borrowed words’ is due to television and radio programmes from across the world, and the Internet. Some people feel that this spread is good, and others feel it makes languages less special. Which group you agree with is for you to decide.

7 hamburger kindergarten German banana mosquito Spanish tsunami karaoke Japanese beef pork mutton ballet madam Voyage cigarette French

8 thx = cu = pft = 2night = 4ever = asap = thanks see you perfect tonight forever as soon as possible forever as soon as possible 1.We come to the fact. 2. Languages borrow words as they are developing. This is interesting. Most of the “borrowed words” in English are from French.

9 1.We come to the fact. 2. Languages borrow words as they are developing. This is interesting. 3. We have discussed it. How fast are “borrowed words” spreading? 4. Whether are “borrowed words” good or bad? This remains a question. Most of the “borrowed words” in English are from French.

10 2. Languages borrow words as they are developing. This is interesting. 4. Whether are “borrowed words” good or bad? This remains a question. 1.We come to the fact that most of the “borrowed words” in English are from French. 3. We have discussed it. How fast are “borrowed words” spreading?

11 2. That languages borrow words as they are developing is interesting. 4. Whether are “borrowed words” good or bad? This remains a question. 1.We come to the fact that most of the “borrowed words” in English are from French. 3. We have discussed it. How fast are “borrowed words” spreading?

12 2. That languages borrow words as they are developing is interesting. 4. Whether are “borrowed words” good or bad? This remains a question. 1.We come to the fact that most of the “borrowed words” in English are from French. 3. We have discussed how fast “borrowed words” are spreading.

13 2. That languages borrow words as they are developing is interesting. 4. Whether “borrowed words” are good or bad remains a question. 1.We come to the fact that most of the “borrowed words” in English are from French. 3. We have discussed how fast “borrowed words” are spreading.

14 Empty Subject ‘It’ 3. It doesn’t really matter how old the head of the company is. 4. It is still a question who will be the next manager of the football team. 1. That languages borrow words from others as they are developing is interesting. 2. Whether “borrowed words” are good or bad remains a question. It is interesting that languages borrow words from others as they are developing. It remains a question whether “borrowed words” are good or bad.

15 Assessment : 1. What do you think of today’s English lesson? 2. What have you learnt today? 3. What are you still uncertain about? 4. How do you like your performance today? 5. How is the teacher’s performance? It’s clear that… We feel it’s interesting or surprising or disappointing that… What we feel uncertain about is … We have found the fact that … We think today our performance is …

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