Presentation on theme: "用 be about to, be lost, go ahead, as a matter of fact, by accident, spot, account for 的正确形式填空. 1.It’s easy to ____ a tall man in a crowd. 2.I met her _________."— Presentation transcript:
用 be about to, be lost, go ahead, as a matter of fact, by accident, spot, account for 的正确形式填空. 1.It’s easy to ____ a tall man in a crowd. 2.I met her _________ in a crowded bus. 3.His illness _____________ his absence. 4.The manager ______________ leave when his secretary called him back. 5.—Could I have a look at your copy of China Daily? – Sure. ______________. spot by accident accounts for was about to Go ahead. 6.He ___ so ____ in reading his book that he forgot the time of his train. 7.____________________, I was the one who did it. was lost As a matter of fact
Pay attention to the following phrases &sentences : 1. 两寻深 2. 等于 3. 在随后的二十多年 中 4. 跳蛙比赛 5. 因 … 而出名 6. 因 … 而致富 7. 充满 1.two fathoms deep 2. be equal to 3. over the next two decades 4. a jumping frog contest 5. be famous for 6. become rich from 7. be filled with
I.Sentence Structures: 1 It ____( was/is) the summer of 1903 … … 2 ________ (walk) down the street, he hears someone _______ (call) him. 3 Well, towards nightfall I found myself ______ (carry) out to sea by a strong wind. 4 I wonder, Mr Adams, ____ (even if / if ) you’d mind ________ ( we ask) a few questions. 5 ---- ____ _____ do you know London ? ---- ____ ___ ___. It’s my first trip here. is Walking calling carried if us asking How well Not at all
6 We know you’re hard-working. _____ ____ we’ve given you the letter.James, show Mr Adams out. 7 And it was the ship _____ (that / which) brought you to England. 8 About a month ago I was sailing out of the bay ---- (his eyes stare at _______( that/what)is left of the brothers’ dinner on the table) II. Useful Expressions: 1 Young man, would you ______ ______ a moment, please? 2 Good morning, sir, would you please come in ? ______ me to _______ ____ ____, sir. 3 As a matter of fact, I landed in Britain _____ ___. That’s why that what step inside Permit lead the way by accident
4 I earned my passage by working as an unpaid hand, which _______ _____ my appearance. 5 You mustn’t think we don’t ______ _____ you. III. Useful Words: 1 Did you _____ the bet or _____ it? 2 The next morning I’d just about _____ myself up for lost when I was ______ by a ship. 3 I’m afraid I don’t quite _______ you, sir. 4 I did not know whether I could ______ until morning. 5 I worked for a _______ company. 6 ---- May I ask you how much money you have? ---- Well, to be honest, I have ______ (none/nothing). 7 What luck! Brother, what luck! (_____ his hands) Well, it may seem _____ to you but not to me. Oh, no, I don’t want your charity. I just want an _____ job. accounts for care about win lose given spotted follow survive mining none claps lucky honest
Henry was an_________. One day he had an accident in a_____. Luckily he was survived by a ship for_______. He arrived in London by earning his passage without pay. He was _____in the street in_____. To his surprise an ________ thing happened. Two rich brothers gave him a million pound bank-note because they had made a_____. incredible American London bay rags lost bet Retell the story by filling the following passage.
Make a list of useful expressions for requesting from the play. Would you do (something ), please? If you mind us asking a few questions? May we ask…? I wonder if you’d mind …? Could you offer me…? If you will excuse me, I …….?
Pay attention to the following phrases and structures 1.a large amount of 2. What…do with sth 3.make a bet 4.How…feel about … 5. be about to do sth 6. permit sb to do st 7. mind sb doing sth
8. go ahead 9. as a matter of fact 10. by accident 11. stare at sb / sth 12. find oneself done 13. carry out 14. give up 15. earn …..by doing sth 16. to be honest