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2 Unit 9: Part B 21st Century College English: Book 1

3 Text BText BText BText B Listening PracticeListening PracticeListening PracticeListening Practice AssignmentAssignmentAssignment Revision of Text A Revision of Text ARevision of Text ARevision of Text A

4 Review of Text A Assignment CheckupAssignment Checkup  Structure Structure  Translation Translation DictationDictationDictation  Preview Text B Preview Text BPreview Text B  Cloze Cloze

5 Dictation You are going to hear 5 sentences. Each will be read three times. Write down the sentences according to the dictation Check-up

6 Dictation Headlines warned of rising temperatures and melting polar ice caps, which could result from the “greenhouse effect”. The greenhouse effect refers to a gradual warming of the atmosphere by an increase in carbon dioxide levels. It could change amounts of rainfall, swell or dry up rivers, and raise the level of the seas. Some argue that the rise could be due to natural temperature ups and downs. Since the harsh conditions on Venus must be explained away, a runaway greenhouse effect is thought to account for its surface temperature.

7 Structure Ex. VIII, IX, p. 251 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. VIII, IX, p. 251

8 VIII.Complete the following sentences after the given modal, with the help of the prompts given in brackets. Structure Model: The more carbon dioxide there is in the atmosphere,... (the earth’s heat, block) →The more carbon dioxide there is in the atmosphere, the more the earth’s heat is blocked from escaping /releasing.

9 1.The more fuel we burn,... (carbon dioxide, release) The more fuel we burn, the more carbon dioxide will be released into the atmosphere. 2.The more energy the carbon dioxide absorbs at infrared wavelengths,... (the earth’s heat, shut in) The more energy the carbon dioxide absorbs at infrared wavelengths, the more the earth’s heat will be shut in in the atmosphere. Structure VIII.Complete the following sentences after the given modal, with the help of the prompts given in brackets. Listening

10 3.The more books a man reads,... ( knowledge, have) The more books a man reads, the more knowledge he will have. 4.The more he thought about it,... (the less, like) The more he thought about it, the less he liked it. Structure VIII.Complete the following sentences after the given modal, with the help of the prompts given in brackets.

11 5. The smaller the house is,... (the less, pay) The smaller the house is, the less you have to pay for it. Structure VIII.Complete the following sentences after the given modal, with the help of the prompts given in brackets.

12 IX.Combine the following pairs of sentences after the given model using while. Structure Model: Scientists admitted that this forecast of temperature rising was somewhat uncertain. Scientists warned against treating it as a cry of wolf. → While admitting that this forecast of temperature rising was somewhat uncertain, scientists warned against treating it as a cry of wolf.

13 1.Scientists admit that the greenhouse effect is just beginning. Scientists argue for the immediate treatment of it. While admitting that the greenhouse effect is just beginning, scientists argue for the immediate treatment of it. Structure IX.Combine the following pairs of sentences after the given model using while.

14 2.Many researchers admit that the temperature of the earth is on the rise. They don’t think that the earth will go the way of Venus. While admitting that the temperature of the earth is on the rise, many researchers don’t think that the earth will go the way of Venus. Structure IX.Combine the following pairs of sentences after the given model using while.

15 3.Headlines warn of rising temperatures and melting polar ice caps. Many people refuse to take these as serious signs of threat to the earth. While headlines warn of rising temperatures and melting polar ice caps, many people refuse to take these as serious signs of threat to the earth. Structure IX.Combine the following pairs of sentences after the given model using while.

16 4.You are not the only person to blame. You are primarily responsible for it. While you are not the only person to blame, you are primarily responsible for it. Structure IX.Combine the following pairs of sentences after the given model using while.

17 5.The cost of living is rising. People’s purchasing power ( 购买力 ) is going up. While the cost of living is rising, people’s purchasing power is also going up. Structure IX.Combine the following pairs of sentences after the given model using while.

18 Cloze Ex. X, p. 252 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. X, p. 252

19 Cloze each of the blanks with an appropriate word. X. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word. 1 The greenhouse effect is one of the most important environmental ______ facing us today. If the earth continues to heat ____, the effects on our climate could be severe. If the polar ice caps ______, the level of the seas could rise substantially. If rainfall ________ are changed, places that are now fertile breadbaskets could _____ up and become deserts. And ___________ which lie near oceans or rivers could be threatened by ________. melt melt up issues issues patterns dry communities floods

20 Cloze each of the blanks with an appropriate word. X. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word. 2 Scientists disagree about how profound an effect the build up of carbon dioxide in the ____________ will have. Some say that the ups and _______ of temperatures are due to chance rather ________ some irreversible change in our atmosphere. But to more and more scientists, it seems like all the fossil _______ which we are burning are having some kind of impact. Temperatures have been increasing _________ over the last 90 years and that is difficult fact to explain _________. atmosphere downs than fuels gradually away

21 Cloze The greenhouse problem is one that should be _________ as soon as possible. City planning and water storage should be ________ so that we are prepared to handle whatever changes come our way. tackled revised each of the blanks with an appropriate word. X. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word.

22 Translation Ex. XI, p. 252 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. XI, p. 252

23 XIV. Translate the following sentences into English. Translation

24 1. 那位科学家在文章中争辩说,所观察到的现象是暂时的, 非典型的,而且这一现象不会持久。 argue that … The scientist argued in his article that the observed phenomenon is temporary and not typical, and will not last for long. last for long Translation

25 2. 有些人坚持认为尽管温室效应会对全球的天气带来变化, 但不会成为对人类的主要威胁。 maintain that Some people maintain that while the greenhouse effect can bring/create changes to the global weather patterns, it will not become a major threat to mankind. while bring /create changes to Translation mankind

26 3. 这篇文章虽然警告人们温室问题带来的效应是不可逆转 的,但它并未提出任何解决问题的建议。 warn against The article warns against the irreversible effects of the greenhouse problem, but it fails to put forward any suggestions about how to solve the problem. fail to Translation put forward

27 4. 最近发表了许多文章警告核武器扩散的可能性。 have been issued have been issued Recently many reports have been issued to warn of the possible spread of nuclear weapons. warn of spread of nuclear weapons Translation

28 5. 这篇文章的结论是世界面临着人口稳步增长而食品供应 不断减少的危险。 is steadily rising is steadily rising The article concludes that the world is facing the danger that while the population is steadily rising, the food supply is declining. food supply is declining Translation

29 6. 多少年来人们一直在使沙漠变成肥沃的土地,融化高山 的冰川来灌溉庄稼。 turn … into … turn … into … For years people have been trying to turn deserts into fertile lands and to melt mountain glaciers to irrigate crops. irrigate crops Translation

30 7. 我们燃烧的燃料愈多,大气层中二氧化碳的含量就愈高。 the more … the higher … the more … the higher … The more fuel we burn, the higher the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere will become. the carbon dioxide levels Translation

31 Translation 8. 科学家们一致认为应立即处理温室效应问题。即便如此, 对于如何有效控制温室效应一直有相当大的争议。 to be tackled Scientists agree that the greenhouse problem has to be tackled now. Even so, there has been considerable debate over how to get it under effective control. Even so, get sth. under effective control considerable debate over

32 Preview Text B Ex. C, p. 260 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. C, p. 260

33 The following sentences are taken from the text. Go over them carefully and try to figure out the meaning of the underlined words in the following sentences. Preview Text B Guessing Unknown Words and Expressions

34 1.Within the past 300 years our numbers have increased dramatically, doubling in ever-shortening cycles. A) excitingly B) exceptionally C) strikingly D) extremely Preview Text B 1.Within the past 300 years our numbers have increased dramatically, doubling in ever-shortening cycles. A) excitingly B) exceptionally C) strikingly D) extremely

35 2.If population growth continues at its present rate, it will put enormous pressure on world food supplies. A) serious B) huge C) unbearable D) dangerous D) dangerous Preview Text B 2.If population growth continues at its present rate, it will put enormous pressure on world food supplies. A) serious B) huge C) unbearable D) dangerous D) dangerous

36 3.To provide adequate food for the world’s people by the year 2000, the production of grains must be doubled and animal products quadrupled. A)increased sharply B)increased by one-fourth C)increased four times D)redoubled Preview Text B 3.To provide adequate food for the world’s people by the year 2000, the production of grains must be doubled and animal products quadrupled. A)increased sharply B)increased by one-fourth C)increased four times D)redoubled

37 Preview Text B 4.The air over many large cities has become a grayish haze because of automobile exhaust and industrial pollutants. A)materials B)toxic wastes C)chemicals D)low-quality products 4.The air over many large cities has become a grayish haze because of automobile exhaust and industrial pollutants. A)materials B)toxic wastes C)chemicals D)low-quality products

38 Preview Text B 5.Pollution of our water and land grows apace. A) steadily B) continuously C) continually D) speedily 5.Pollution of our water and land grows apace. A) steadily B) continuously C) continually D) speedily

39 Preview Text B 6.Because humans are adaptive animals, they have been able to adjust to crowded living conditions in huge cities. A) able to adjust to a changing environment B) intelligent C) creative D) movable 6.Because humans are adaptive animals, they have been able to adjust to crowded living conditions in huge cities. A) able to adjust to a changing environment B) intelligent C) creative D) movable

40 Preview Text B 7.People need recreational space, too, especially if they live and work in cramped quarters. A) dirty B) dangerous C) crowded D) tiny 7.People need recreational space, too, especially if they live and work in cramped quarters. A) dirty B) dangerous C) crowded D) tiny

41 Preview Text B 8.To sum up, unchecked population growth is not merely an annoying problem exaggerated by pessimists who always worry about the future. A) rapid A) rapid B) worsening C) uncontrolled C) uncontrolled D) ever-increasing 8.To sum up, unchecked population growth is not merely an annoying problem exaggerated by pessimists who always worry about the future. A) rapid A) rapid B) worsening C) uncontrolled C) uncontrolled D) ever-increasing

42 Extensive Reading: Text B Language Points Language PointsLanguage PointsLanguage Points Comprehension Exercises Comprehension ExercisesComprehension ExercisesComprehension Exercises  Reading Skill Text B: The Population Problem: Everybody’s Baby

43 The Population Problem: Everybody’s Baby 1Throughout history population growth has proceeded at a relatively slow pace, from approximately 250 million people in A.D.1 to 500 million people by Within the past 300 years, however, our numbers have increased dramatically, doubling in ever-shortening cycles, so that by 1930 world population stood at 2 billion and a brief 48 years later at over 4 billion. If population growth continues at its present rate, it will put population growthby 1930 world population stood at 2 billionpopulation growthby 1930 world population stood at 2 billion Text B: The Population Problem:Everybody’s Baby

44 enormous pressure on world food supplies, making it difficult, if not impossible, to avoid hunger and starvation on a massive scale. Despite all the triumphs of agriculture in the twentieth century, population growth goes way ahead of the gains in food production. Hundreds of millions of people in Africa, Asia, and South America lead lives dominated by hunger and malnutrition, and we are adding 75 million people to the world each year. To provide adequate food for the world’s people by the year 2000, according to one expert, the production of grains must be doubled, animal products population growth goes way ahead of the gains in food productionpopulation growth goes way ahead of the gains in food production Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

45 quadrupled, and fruits and vegetables tripled. The probability of accomplishing such goals is not high, given the uncertainties of weather and the difficulty of raising sufficient capital to finance such efforts. The probability of accomplishing such goals is not high, given the uncertainties of weather and the difficulty of raising sufficient capital to finance such efforts.The probability of accomplishing such goals is not high, given the uncertainties of weather and the difficulty of raising sufficient capital to finance such efforts. 2.In addition to food shortages, rapid population growth will increase the pollution of the environment. The air over many large cities has become a grayish haze because of automobile exhaust and industrial pollutants; and as population grows, so will the number of automobiles and Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

46 factories — and people suffering from respiratory diseases. Americans alone add more than 140 million tons of smoke and fumes to their air each year. And pollution of our water and land grows apace. Monstrous oil tankers now spill millions of gallons of oil into the oceans each year; factories and municipalities pour chemical and human waste into rivers, lakes, and streams. This pollution could have catastrophic effects if phytoplankton — minute, floating aquatic plants — are destroyed, since they provide 70 percent of the earth’s oxygen. Destruction of the land will increase as Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

47 it becomes covered with asphalt for more roads and highways, as it becomes despoiled by giant strip-mining machines in search of more coal, and as its natural vegetation is removed to make room for more houses and refuse dumping sites. The solution to hunger and famine obviously depends on the intelligent use of the land. If we do not cherish and protect it, it will not support our current population, to say nothing of billions more. to say nothing of billions moreto say nothing of billions more Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

48 3.People also have a need for space, for room to live and play. Though we might be able to feed, clothe, and house more billions, we cannot create more space for them; and limitations of space will create serious psychological problems for humanity. Because humans are adaptive animals, they have been able to adjust to crowded living conditions in huge cities, but they have paid a price in increasing irritability and feelings of alienation. Like other animals, they need a territory of their own, a home large and comfortable enough for them to relax and restore their they have paid a price in increasing irritability and feelings of alienationthey have paid a price in increasing irritability and feelings of alienation Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

49 energies. The more people are jammed together, the more hostile and irrational they become. Such irrationality is evidenced in the higher crime rates, the more frequently disrupted public services, and the general impersonality and lack of community in large cities. And people need recreational space, too, especially if they live and work in cramped quarters. Yet recreational areas-beaches, camping grounds, national parks, ski resorts, and the like — are already crowded with people. What will conditions be like by the year 2000 when world population reaches 6 or 7 billion? One doesn’t need a crystal ball to find the answer. One doesn’t need a crystal ball to find the answer.One doesn’t need a crystal ball to find the answer. Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

50 4.To sum up, unchecked population growth is not merely an annoying problem exaggerated by pessimists who always worry about the future. It is, on the contrary, the most serious problem humanity faces today. Hunger and starvation, environmental destruction, and increasing human tensions and irritability - these are the certain results if we are not able to solve it. Text B: Easy Ways to Avoid an Argument

51 Reading Skill VII Ex. B, p. 260 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. B, p. 260

52 Reading Skill VII Skimming and scanning are two basic fast reading techniques. These two terms are sometimes used interchangeably. Generally, however, skimming is defined as the ability to identify main ideas while discarding minor points. Scanning, in contrast, refers to the ability to locate specific information or facts as quickly as possible. Usually, when you scan for information, you know what you are looking for. You run through the material at high speed until you find the answer. Then you stop and read only what you need. Reading Skill VII Scanning for Specific Information

53 Scan the text and complete the following statement. Exercise B 1.From A.D. 1 to the mid-seventeenth century, the world population increased by _____ percent. 2.During a short period of 48 years from 1930 to 1978, the number of the world population jumped from _____ to ____________. 3.We are now adding about _____ million people to the world each year. 4.The world population is most likely to reach ________ billion around the year b over 4b

54 5.To meet the demand of world food supplied by 2000, we’ll have to produce _______ as many grains and ___________ as many fruits and vegetables as we do now. 6.Each year, cars and factories in the U.S, send out ___________ tons of smoke and fumes into the air. 7.Seventy percent of the earth’s oxygen is provided by _______________. 8.Only by making wise use of __________ will we be able to find a solution to the problem of hunger and famine. twice three times 140 million phytoplankton the land Scan the text and complete the following statement. Exercise B

55 Experts predict that human population growth will grow at a tremendous rate. Text-related Information

56 Crystal ball: In crystal gazing (a type of fortune-telling), the crystal gazer looks into a crystal ball in an attempt to see future events pictured there. Text-related Information

57 by 1930 world population stood at 2 billion by 1930 world population stood at 2 billion by 1930 world population had reached 2 billion Translate into Chinese: 到 1930 年时,世界人口为二十亿 Comprehension

58 population growth goes way ahead of the gains in food production population grows at a much greater speed than does food production Comprehension

59 The probability of accomplishing such goals is not high, given the uncertainties of weather and the difficulty of raising sufficient capital to finance such efforts. If we take into account the uncertainties of weather and the difficulty of raising enough funds, it is not very likely that we will be able to accomplish such goals. Translate into Chinese: 考虑气候的不稳定和为这些计划筹措足够资金的困难, 要实现这些目标的可能性是不大的。 Comprehension

60 to say nothing of billions more without even considering the billions more people who will populate earth in the future Translate into Chinese: 更不用说增加几十亿人了 Comprehension

61 they have paid a price in increasing irritability and feelings of alienation they have suffered from increasing irritability and feelings of alienation as a result of the crowded living conditions in huge cities Translate into Chinese: 他们付出的代价是烦躁和疏离感的增加 Comprehension

62 One doesn’t need a crystal ball to find the answer. crystal ballcrystal ball The answer is plain enough for people to see for themselves; we don’t need a fortune-teller to tell us what is going to happen. Comprehension

63 Listening Part 5.3, p. 123 《听说教程 I 》 : Part 5.3, p. 123

64 You will hear 10 short conversations. After each conversation you will hear a question. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four choices given. Listening Short Conversations

65 1. A. Because she didn’t like the other kids there. B. Because she didn’t enjoy going out in the rowboat. C. Because there were too many mosquitoes. D. Because fishing on the lake wasn’t much fun. Listening

66 2. A. A large room with two beds. B. A double room with a bathroom. C. A small room with a swimming pool. D. A single room with a telephone and shower. Listening

67 3. A.Patient-doctor. B.Student-teacher. C.Secretary-boss. D.Husband-wife. Listening

68 4. A.He’s wasted half of his money. B.He’s bought the wrong book. C.He’s bought two wrong books. D.He’s found the book he needs. Listening

69 5. A.On Monday. B.On Thursday. C.On Friday. D.On Saturday. Listening

70 6. A.Because it was too long. B.Because it was too boring. C.Because it was not well written. D.Because it was violent. Listening

71 7. A.The new apartment is nicer. B.She wants a quieter place. C.The present one is too small. D.She likes to listen to the radio. Listening

72 8. A.Called a private residence B.Reached the guest house. C.Dialed D.Found no problem. Listening

73 9. A.She doesn’t have one right now. B.She’s bought a new one. C.Her brother has given her one. D.She has only an old one. Listening

74 10. A.Helpful. B.Polite. C.Rude. D.Patient. Listening Check-up

75 1. A. Because she didn’t like the other kids there. A. Because she didn’t like the other kids there. B. Because she didn’t enjoy going out in the rowboat. C. Because there were too many mosquitoes. D. Because fishing on the lake wasn’t much fun. 1. A. Because she didn’t like the other kids there. A. Because she didn’t like the other kids there. B. Because she didn’t enjoy going out in the rowboat. C. Because there were too many mosquitoes. D. Because fishing on the lake wasn’t much fun. 1.W:Where do you want to go on vacation this summer? M:I liked going to that cabin in the mountains last year. That was fun. Remember all the fun we had going out in the rowboat, and the fishing on the lake? M:I liked going to that cabin in the mountains last year. That was fun. Remember all the fun we had going out in the rowboat, and the fishing on the lake? W:Yes, but I remember all the mosquitoes too. Also I remember that there weren’t any other kids of our age to play with. I didn’t think it was so much fun. W:Yes, but I remember all the mosquitoes too. Also I remember that there weren’t any other kids of our age to play with. I didn’t think it was so much fun. Q:Why didn’t the girl like their vacation in the mountains last year? Listening — Check-up

76 2. A.A large room with two beds. B. A double room with a bathroom. C. A small room with a swimming pool. D. A single room with a telephone and shower. 2. A.A large room with two beds. B. A double room with a bathroom. C. A small room with a swimming pool. D. A single room with a telephone and shower. 2.M:Do you have a single room with telephone and private shower for tonight and tomorrow night? W:I’m sorry, sir. We don’t have any rooms with private showers free now, but there’s a bathroom on each floor. W:I’m sorry, sir. We don’t have any rooms with private showers free now, but there’s a bathroom on each floor. M:All right. How much is the room per night? M:All right. How much is the room per night? W:18 pounds. That includes breakfast, of course. W:18 pounds. That includes breakfast, of course. Q:What kind of room did the man ask for? Listening — Check-up

77 3. A.Patient-doctor. B.Student-teacher. C.Secretary-boss. D.Husband-wife. 3. A.Patient-doctor. B.Student-teacher. C.Secretary-boss. D.Husband-wife. 3.W:Excuse me, Dr. Clark. M:Come in, Rita. M:Come in, Rita. W:Do you have time to talk to me about registration for next semester? W:Do you have time to talk to me about registration for next semester? M:Sorry, I have a class in a minute. But I could see you at 4:00 or 4:30. M:Sorry, I have a class in a minute. But I could see you at 4:00 or 4:30. W:Four o’clock is fine. I’ll come back then. W:Four o’clock is fine. I’ll come back then. Q:What is the relationship between the two speakers? Listening — Check-up

78 4. A.He’s wasted half of his money. B.He’s bought the wrong book. C.He’s bought two wrong books. D.He’s found the book he needs. 4. A.He’s wasted half of his money. B.He’s bought the wrong book. C.He’s bought two wrong books. D.He’s found the book he needs. 4.M:Hey, Susan, I got a used copy of our English textbook for half price. W:You wasted your money, I’m afraid. M:What do you mean? W:What you’ve got is the first edition, but we’re supposed to be using the 2nd edition. Q:What has the man done? Listening — Check-up

79 5. A.On Monday. B.On Thursday. C.On Friday. D.On Saturday. 5. A.On Monday. B.On Thursday. C.On Friday. D.On Saturday. 5.M:It’s been raining since Monday, but clear weather is forecast for tomorrow. W:I’m glad to hear that. I play golf every Saturday and I like to have good weather. W:I’m glad to hear that. I play golf every Saturday and I like to have good weather. M:Oh, my wife and I are also playing golf tomorrow. M:Oh, my wife and I are also playing golf tomorrow. W:Well, have a good game! W:Well, have a good game! M:You too. M:You too. Q:When did the conversation take place? Listening — Check-up

80 6. A.Because it was too long. B.Because it was too boring. C.Because it was not well written. D.Because it was violent. 6. A.Because it was too long. B.Because it was too boring. C.Because it was not well written. D.Because it was violent. 6.M:Well, what did you think of the movie? W:I don’t know why I let you talk me into going. I just don’t like violence. W:I don’t know why I let you talk me into going. I just don’t like violence. M:I didn’t realize there would be quite so much. The story was good, though. M:I didn’t realize there would be quite so much. The story was good, though. W:Yes, it was well written. W:Yes, it was well written. Q:Why didn’t the woman like the movie? Listening — Check-up

81 7. A.The new apartment is nicer. B.She wants a quieter place. C.The present one is too small. D.She likes to listen to the radio. 7. A.The new apartment is nicer. B.She wants a quieter place. C.The present one is too small. D.She likes to listen to the radio. 7.M:I’m told you’re moving to a new apartment soon. W:Yes, in just a few days. W:Yes, in just a few days. M:Is your new place nicer than this one? M:Is your new place nicer than this one? W:Not really. It’s just that my neighbor here plays the radio all night long and I can‘t sleep. W:Not really. It’s just that my neighbor here plays the radio all night long and I can‘t sleep. Q:Why is the woman moving? Listening — Check-up

82 8. A.Called a private residence B.Reached the guest house. C.Dialed D.Found no problem. 8. A.Called a private residence B.Reached the guest house. C.Dialed D.Found no problem. 8.M:Is this ? I’m trying to reach the guest house. W:You have the wrong number. This is a private residence. W:You have the wrong number. This is a private residence. M:Oops, I’m sorry. M:Oops, I’m sorry. W:No problem. W:No problem. Q:What mistake did the man make? Listening — Check-up

83 9. A.She doesn’t have one right now. B.She’s bought a new one. C.Her brother has given her one. D.She has only an old one. 9. A.She doesn’t have one right now. B.She’s bought a new one. C.Her brother has given her one. D.She has only an old one. 9.M:I wonder if I could borrow your calculator, please? W:You certainly could if I had one, but I gave my old one to my brother when he started middle school last month and I haven’t bought a new one yet. W:You certainly could if I had one, but I gave my old one to my brother when he started middle school last month and I haven’t bought a new one yet. Q:Why can’t the woman lend the man her calculator? Listening — Check-up

84 10. A.Helpful. B.Polite. C.Rude. D.Patient. 10. A.Helpful. B.Polite. C.Rude. D.Patient. 10.M:Would you tell me when we get there? W:It would be better if you watched out for yourself. I might forget. W:It would be better if you watched out for yourself. I might forget. M:Well, how will I recognize it? M:Well, how will I recognize it? W:Just watch for the big arch and a lot of trees. Get off the bus when we get there. Just don’t keep on asking me! W:Just watch for the big arch and a lot of trees. Get off the bus when we get there. Just don’t keep on asking me! Q:What is the woman’s attitude? Listening — Check-up

85 Assignment 1.Reading Analysis p. 253; 2.Structured Writing p. 254.


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