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2004/5/16 Reading Material  Common Vocabulary Common VocabularyCommon Vocabulary  Sentence Pattern Sentence PatternSentence Pattern  Reading Methods.

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1 2004/5/16 Reading Material  Common Vocabulary Common VocabularyCommon Vocabulary  Sentence Pattern Sentence PatternSentence Pattern  Reading Methods Reading MethodsReading Methods  Connected Links Connected LinksConnected Links  Impressions Impressions Score: 90

2 2004/5/16 Common Vocabulary strand (v) Ex: The tourists were stranded in the desert. revolutionary (adj) Ex: This is a revolutionary discovery. estimate (v) Ex: We estimated his ability by this performance. self-conscious (adj) Ex: When you start feeling self-conscious, take a deep breath and focus your attention on other people. Back

3 2004/5/16 Sentence Pattern Inverted sentence Ex: But rarely does the mother raise more than one. (c-8) Ex: No longer did primitive people have to face animals with club or spear. (c-9) * Negative Adv + Auxiliary Verb + S + V  Never have I heard of such a horrible story.  In no way would the father let her have a party.

4 2004/5/16 * Only + Phrase/Clause + Auxiliary Verb + S + V  Only by letter could he contact his friend Jack.  Only if you try your best will you realize your dreams. * Adj/prep./N/Ving/pp. + V + S  Unforgettable is his timely encouragement.  In front of our house is a big road.  Progress is constant correction of pass errors.  Interesting to the children was funny cartoons.  Gone are those good old days.

5 2004/5/16 Participial sentence Ex: She earned money by performing the daring aerial tricks she had learned in France, winning the nickname “Brave Bessie.” (w4) * Conj.+ Ving/pp …, S + V  After reading a book, he would put it back.  Because running out of money, he had to borrow from me. * With N + Ving/pp …, S + V  With spring coming, I am in a better mood.  With everything prepared, we started off. Back

6 2004/5/16 Reading Methods Inference - Inference -- - When the meaning isn’t actually stated in the passage. The word “probably” is a sign that I’ll have to figure out the answer by using the details in the selection. Critical Reading Critical Reading ---I try to know why did the author write this article and learn which of the statements is an opinion. Little by little, I could separate facts from opinions in the reading.

7 2004/5/16 Context Clues Context Clues ---I learn how to make a logical guess about the meaning of a new word. Some synonym or antonym of a new word is usually appeared nearly. Words with Several Meanings Words with Several Meanings ---When I use the dictionary, it always has several meanings of a word. And this part let me know how to find a meaning fits in the reading. Reference Skills Reference Skills ---Some reading tests will use diagram to display. And I could learn how to read it in this part. Back

8 2004/5/16 Connected Links I thought it is also a great place to find some reading materials. Go into its “Reading Pathways” or “Reading on the Internet”, you can find lots of articles like “How to read a newspaper”. It has every week’s newspaper could let us read. Back

9 2004/5/16 Impressions After reading these materials, I got many methods about reading. I learned not only those skills but also a lot of information in the article. Though it needs much time to read, I still thought it’s a good way to learn English. It let me get something more than the text book. And some of the reading is interesting, too. Back


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