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1 Unit 4 Angel Zhou

2 UFO unidentified flying object 不明飞行物

3 Teaching planning of unit 4

4 objectives Students will be able to: 1. understand the main idea (to be found in Part I) and structure of the text (narration in time sequence); 2.appreciate the difference between formal speech and informal speech; 3.grasp the key language points and grammatical structures in the text; 4.conduct a series of reading, listening, speaking, and writing activities related to the theme of the unit.

5 Word Web Word-web E.T. flying saucer invasion advanced alien UFO weird abduction universe flying disc outer space Martian galaxy Think of as many words and phrases as possible about Extraterrestrials (E.T.)

6 China ’ s first man in space China's first man in space

7 Venus

8 The solar system Mercury Venus Earth Mars JupiterSaturn Uranus Neptune Pluto SUNSUN /

9 Solar system 水星: Mercury 金星: Venus 地球: Earth 火星: Mars 木星: Jupiter 土星: Saturn 天王星: Uranus 海王星: Neptune 冥王星: Pluto 九个名字好记,但是顺 序是这样记:九个行星 第一个字母. my very excellent mother just sent us nine pizzas . 但是现在是只有8大行 星了?没有 pluto. My Very Excellent Mother Just Sent Us Nachos.

10 Issac Asimov Issac Asimov (1920~1992) was a Russian-born American writer and scientist. He was a distinguished biochemist, but is more widely known as the author of many works of science fiction, books on science for non-scientists, and essays on a wide variety of subjects. Among his best-known science fiction is I, Robot (1950) and the Foundation trilogy (1951~1953). Building on Karel Capek’s concept of the robot, in 1941 Asimov coined the term robotics.

11 proverbs-1 Proverbs and Quotations 1.Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. 别慢待有求于你的陌生人,因为你也许无意中招待了天使。 忙踩脚跟分外忙。 / 越忙越乱,越乱越忙。 偏见来自愚昧。 — 英国作家、评论家 W. 哈兹里特 2. Haste trips over its own heels. 3. Prejudice is the child of ignorance. -- William Hazlitt, British writer and critic

12 proverbs-2 4. He who thinks himself wise, O, heaven! is a great fool. -- Voltaire, French philosopher and historian 5. Anger begins in folly, and ends in repentance. -- Pythagoras, Ancient Greek mathematician 自以为聪明的人,哦,天哪!是个大笨蛋。 — 法国哲学家、历史学家 伏尔泰 愤怒以愚蠢开始,以后悔告终。 — 古希腊数学家 毕达哥拉斯 Proverbs and Quotations

13 Part Division of the Text PartsLines Main Ideas 1 2 1~7 8~126 The narrator claims that no extraterrestrials will ever land on Earth. The narrator gives an account of his encounter with extraterrestrials, making it clear why he claims that they will return no more. Part Division of the TEXT

14 Table Completion 1 Table Completion The main body of the story can be divided into four sections according to time sequence. Please write down the paragraph numbers of each section and give its main plots. Sections ParagraphsMain Plots 2 6~11 4~5 1 (before the E.T.’s arrival) Bart got quite irritable because of his complicated tax form. (the landing of the flying saucer) The narrator was shocked at the sight of a flying saucer landing on Earth and two men getting out of it, while Bart didn’t notice it at all.

15 Table completion 2 Sections Paragraphs Main Plots 4 35~48 12~34 3 (after the E.T.’s departure) Unaware of the guests’ identity and caught up with his tax form, Bart talked to the guests with an impatient and sarcastic tone and turned down their request rudely. Their conversation ended with the guests’ promise of not coming back. (the meeting with the E.T.) After the E.T. left, the narrator got mad at Bart because of his irrational attitude to the guests. Bart didn’t realize his stupid error until it was too late.

16 Article1_w_popwin_ on account of THE WATERY PLACE We’re never going to have visitors from space. No extraterrestrials will ever land on Earth -- at least, any more. I’m not just being a pessimist. As a matter of fact, extraterrestrials have landed. I know that. Spaceships are crisscrossing space among a million worlds, probably, but they will never come here. I know that, too. All on account of a ridiculous error. I’ll explain. on account of : (fml ) because of The house isn’t really suitable for an old person on account of all those stairs. The president declined to deliver the speech himself on account of a sore throat. Collocation: account for 解释,说明 NB: 与 on account of 意义、用法相近的短语: because of, as a result of, due to, owing to, thanks to

17 -ist pessimist [ ‘ pesimist] n. 悲观主义者 optimist [ ‘ ɔ ptimist] 乐观主义者 perfectionist [pə'fek ʃ ənist] n. 十全十美主义者, [ 哲 ] 至善论者

18 work up It was actually Bart Cameron’s error and you’ll have to understand about Bart Cameron. He’s the sheriff at Twin Gulch, Idaho, and I’m his deputy. Bart Cameron is an impatient man and he gets most impatient when he has to work up his income tax. You see, besides being sheriff, he also owns and runs the general store, he’s got some shares in a sheep ranch, he’s got a kind of pension for being a disabled veteran (bad knee) and a few other things like that. Naturally, it makes his tax figures complicated. It wouldn’t be so bad if he’d let a taxman work on the forms with him, but he insists on doing it himself and it makes him a bitter man. By April 14, he isn’t approachable. work up: spend time and effort preparing; produce or develop gradually The head of the department asked me to work up some sample compositions and give them to the students. Let’s go for a walk to work up an appetite. (to make ourselves hungry)

19 It was actually Bart Cameron’s error and you’ll have to understand about Bart Cameron. He’s the sheriff at Twin Gulch, Idaho, and I’m his deputy. Bart Cameron is an impatient man and he gets most impatient when he has to work up his income tax. You see, besides being sheriff, he also owns and runs the general store, he’s got some shares in a sheep ranch, he’s got a kind of pension for being a disabled veteran (bad knee) and a few other things like that. Naturally, it makes his tax figures complicated. It wouldn’t be so bad if he’d let a taxman work on the forms with him, but he insists on doing it himself and it makes him a bitter man. By April 14, he isn’t approachable. approachable 1. What does “not approachable” mean here? 2. Note: It means “not friendly or easy to talk to.” approachable 用来形容人,表示易亲近的、 友好的 ( friendly and easy to talk to ); 用来形容某个地方, 意思是可接近的 ( able to be reached from a particular direction or by a particular means )。 3. Why do you think by April 14, Bart Cameron isn't approachable? According to the author, Bart Cameron is an impatient man and gets very irritable when he has to work up his income tax. April 15 is the deadline for tax forms to be mailed. So on April 14 some people stay up late trying to finish all the tax forms. Since Cameron has got very complicated tax figures, he naturally grows particularly impatient and testy when working on them.

20 It was actually Bart Cameron’s error and you’ll have to understand about Bart Cameron. He’s the sheriff at Twin Gulch, Idaho, and I’m his deputy. Bart Cameron is an impatient man and he gets most impatient when he has to work up his income tax. You see, besides being sheriff, he also owns and runs the general store, he’s got some shares in a sheep ranch, he’s got a kind of pension for being a disabled veteran (bad knee) and a few other things like that. Naturally, it makes his tax figures complicated. It wouldn’t be so bad if he’d let a taxman work on the forms with him, but he insists on doing it himself and it makes him a bitter man. By April 14, he isn’t approachable. Approachable 2 4. Translate the two sentences into Chinese. 要是让税务人员帮他填表就不至于那么糟糕,可他非得要自己填,于 是填得他牢骚满腹。每年到了 4 月 14 日,他就变得难以接近。 A retreat in the mountains approachable in winter only by helicopter. 山中的休养处冬天 只能有靠直升飞机才可接近

21 Article3_w_popwin_rocket So it’s too bad the flying saucer landed on April 14, I saw it land. My chair was backed up against the wall in the sheriff’s office, and I was looking at the stars through the windows and wondering if I ought to knock off and hit the sack or keep on listening to Cameron curse real steady as he went over his columns of figures for the hundred twenty-seventh time. It looked like a shooting star at first, but then the track of light broadened into two things that looked like rocket exhausts and the thing came down without a sound. rocket: 甘肃酒泉发射中心的发射台上神州三号宇宙飞船和搭 乘它的长征运载火箭正在做最后的准备。 1. n. a tube-like device containing material that burns rapidly and propels the tube through the air 2. vi. (of an amount, price, etc.) increase very rapidly and suddenly The Shenzhou III spacecraft and its Long March carrier rocket are undergoing final preparations on the pad at the Jiuquan Launch Centre in Gansu Province. Sales of milk in supermarket are rocketing.

22 rocket vi. 1. 飞速上升;向前猛冲;飞驰: A white car rocketed out of the school gate. 一辆白色汽车飞速驶出校门。 2. 乘火箭飞行;利用火箭飞往 : Man has rocketed off to the moon. 人类已利用火箭飞往月球。 3. ( 物价等 ) 飞涨;剧增: Prices are rocketing. 物价在猛涨。 Unemployment in the petroleum indusry has rocketed since the beginning of last year. 石油工业中的失业现象自去年年初迅速加剧。

23 I I couldn ’ t choke or point; Two men got out. I couldn’t say anything or do anything. I couldn’t choke or point; I couldn’t even bug my eyes. I just sat there. Cameron? He never looked up. There was a knock on the door. It opened and the two men from the flying saucer stepped in. I would have thought they were city fellows if I hadn’t seen the flying saucer land. They wore gray suits, with white shirts and dark red-brown ties. They had on black shoes and black hats. They had dark complexions, black wavy hair and brown eyes. They had very serious looks on their faces and were about five foot ten apiece. They looked very much alike. God, I was scared. 1. Paraphrase the sentence. I was so amazed and scared that I could not even breathe or point this out to Cameron. 2. Translate it into Chinese. 我喉部肌肉僵直,也没法用手示意。

24 have sth. on Two men got out. I couldn’t say anything or do anything. I couldn’t choke or point; I couldn’t even bug my eyes. I just sat there. Cameron? He never looked up. There was a knock on the door. It opened and the two men from the flying saucer stepped in. I would have thought they were city fellows if I hadn’t seen the flying saucer land. They wore gray suits, with white shirts and dark red-brown ties. They had on black shoes and black hats. They had dark complexions, black wavy hair and brown eyes. They had very serious looks on their faces and were about five foot ten apiece. They looked very much alike. God, I was scared. 1. Paraphrase the sentence. They wore black shoes and black hats. 2.Note: have sth. on 意为: be wearing sth. 例如: Our teacher has got a tie on today. He has a new T-shirt on.

25 You could see the light break in on “I’m the sheriff, if that’s what you mean, so spit it out. What’s your trouble?” “We have been careful to adopt your mode of dress and even to assume your appearance. We have also learned your language.” You could see the light break in on Cameron. He said, “You guys foreigners?” Cameron didn’t go much for foreigners, never having met many outside the army, but generally he tried to be fair. The man from the saucer said, “Foreigners? Indeed we are. We come from the watery place your people call Venus.” Cameron never blinked an eye. He said, “All right. This is the U.S.A. We all got equal rights regardless of race, color, or nationality. I’m at your service. What can I do for you?” 1. Paraphrase the sentence. You could notice Cameron was beginning to understand what they said. 2. Note: 其它含有类似 light 用法的短语有: come/bring to light 成为人所周知 see the light 了解真相;接受看法 throw/shed light on 解释,使显得清楚

26 Break in on “I’m the sheriff, if that’s what you mean, so spit it out. What’s your trouble?” “We have been careful to adopt your mode of dress and even to assume your appearance. We have also learned your language.” You could see the light break in on Cameron. He said, “You guys foreigners?” Cameron didn’t go much for foreigners, never having met many outside the army, but generally he tried to be fair. The man from the saucer said, “Foreigners? Indeed we are. We come from the watery place your people call Venus.” Cameron never blinked an eye. He said, “All right. This is the U.S.A. We all got equal rights regardless of race, color, or nationality. I’m at your service. What can I do for you?”

27 Go far “I’m the sheriff, if that’s what you mean, so spit it out. What’s your trouble?” “We have been careful to adopt your mode of dress and even to assume your appearance. We have also learned your language.” You could see the light break in on Cameron. He said, “You guys foreigners?” Cameron didn’t go much for foreigners, never having met many outside the army, but generally he tried to be fair. The man from the saucer said, “Foreigners? Indeed we are. We come from the watery place your people call Venus.” Cameron never blinked an eye. He said, “All right. This is the U.S.A. We all got equal rights regardless of race, color, or nationality. I’m at your service. What can I do for you?” Paraphrase the sentence. Although Cameron didn't like foreigners very much…, he would try to be fair to them.

28 Regardless of “I’m the sheriff, if that’s what you mean, so spit it out. What’s your trouble?” “We have been careful to adopt your mode of dress and even to assume your appearance. We have also learned your language.” You could see the light break in on Cameron. He said, “You guys foreigners?” Cameron didn’t go much for foreigners, never having met many outside the army, but generally he tried to be fair. The man from the saucer said, “Foreigners? Indeed we are. We come from the watery place your people call Venus.” Cameron never blinked an eye. He said, “All right. This is the U.S.A. We all got equal rights regardless of race, color, or nationality. I’m at your service. What can I do for you?” Medicare, another form of federal health insurance, pays a large part of the medical bills for the disabled, regardless of age. Each state in America has two senators, regardless of population. regardless of: without worrying about or taking account of Regardless of the dangers he might face, Henson helped many slaves travel the Underground Railroad to freedom. NB 找出与 regardless of 意义相近、用法相同的词和短语: 1. despite 2. despite of 3. in spite of 4. although 5. though Key1,3

29 at sb. ’ s service: “I’m the sheriff, if that’s what you mean, so spit it out. What’s your trouble?” “We have been careful to adopt your mode of dress and even to assume your appearance. We have also learned your language.” You could see the light break in on Cameron. He said, “You guys foreigners?” Cameron didn’t go much for foreigners, never having met many outside the army, but generally he tried to be fair. The man from the saucer said, “Foreigners? Indeed we are. We come from the watery place your people call Venus.” Cameron never blinked an eye. He said, “All right. This is the U.S.A. We all got equal rights regardless of race, color, or nationality. I’m at your service. What can I do for you?” at sb.’s service: willing to help sb. “Would you fetch me my glasses from the kitchen, Bob?” “At your service, madam.” Collocation: be of service (to sb.) 在(为 …… )服役 (对某人)有用处;能帮忙 在职;在服现役 (尤指车辆等)在使用中 / 已不能用 on service in/out of service in the service (of)

30 at sb. ’ s service: “I’m the sheriff, if that’s what you mean, so spit it out. What’s your trouble?” “We have been careful to adopt your mode of dress and even to assume your appearance. We have also learned your language.” You could see the light break in on Cameron. He said, “You guys foreigners?” Cameron didn’t go much for foreigners, never having met many outside the army, but generally he tried to be fair. The man from the saucer said, “Foreigners? Indeed we are. We come from the watery place your people call Venus.” Cameron never blinked an eye. He said, “All right. This is the U.S.A. We all got equal rights regardless of race, color, or nationality. I’m at your service. What can I do for you?” Complete the following sentences with the above phrases. 1.This type of aircraft has been since the early 1970s. 2.Instead of celebrating the many remarkable actions he had performed his country, the inscription on the monument acquaints us only with the manner of his death. 3.His professional knowledge has been to us. 4.If you need any help, I’m. in service/out of service _______________ in the service of ___________ of (great) service ___________ at your service _________

31 but I couldn ’ t as much as fall down “We would like to have you make immediate arrangements for the important men of your U.S.A., as you call it, to be brought here for discussions leading to your people joining our great organization.” Slowly, Cameron got red. “Our people join your organization. We’re already part of the U.N. and God knows what else. And I suppose I’m to get the President here, eh? Right now? In Twin Gulch? Send a hurry-up message?” He looked at me, as though he wanted to see a smile on my face, but I couldn’t as much as fall down if someone had pushed the chair out from under me. The saucer man said, “Speed is desirable.” “You want Congress, too? The Supreme Court?” “If they will help, sheriff.” 1. Paraphrase the part. … but I was so scared that I couldn’t do anything, couldn’t even fall down if someone took my chair away. All I could do was sit and stare. 2. Translate the part into Chinese. 就算有人从我身后把椅子抽开,我也不会摔倒在地。 3. Note: If you do not as/so much as do a particular thing, you do not even do that, when you were expected to do more. Example: John walked by without so much as giving me a glance of recognition. 约翰走了过去,看都没看我一眼。

32 go to pieces And Cameron really went to pieces. He banged his income tax form and yelled, “Well, you’re not helping me, and I have no time for wise guys who come around, especially foreigners. If you don’t get the hell out of here straight away, I’ll lock you up for disturbing the peace and I’ll never let you out.” “You wish us to leave?” said the man from Venus. “Right now! Get the hell out of here and back to wherever you’re from and don’t ever come back. I don’t want to see you and no one else around here does.” The two men looked at each other. Then the one who had done all the talking said, “I can see in your mind that you really wish, with great intensity, to be left alone. go to pieces: If you go to pieces, you are so upset or nervous that you lose control of yourself and cannot do what you should do. Anne is a strong woman, but she nearly went to pieces when she heard her colleague died in the car accident.

33 come around.1 And Cameron really went to pieces. He banged his income tax form and yelled, “Well, you’re not helping me, and I have no time for wise guys who come around, especially foreigners. If you don’t get the hell out of here straight away, I’ll lock you up for disturbing the peace and I’ll never let you out.” “You wish us to leave?” said the man from Venus. “Right now! Get the hell out of here and back to wherever you’re from and don’t ever come back. I don’t want to see you and no one else around here does.” The two men looked at each other. Then the one who had done all the talking said, “I can see in your mind that you really wish, with great intensity, to be left alone. come around: visit sb. at their house Halfway through the party, a neighbor came around to complain about the noise. “Why didn’t you come around while you were in Beijing on business? NB: 下列哪些动词短语可以表示 “ 走访 ” 、 “ 拜访 ” 或 “ 顺便造访 ” ? 1. call at/on 2. call off 3. call in 4. drop in 5.drop in on sb 6. stop by 7. stop in 8. visit on 9. pay a visit Key

34 _left alone And Cameron really went to pieces. He banged his income tax form and yelled, “Well, you’re not helping me, and I have no time for wise guys who come around, especially foreigners. If you don’t get the hell out of here straight away, I’ll lock you up for disturbing the peace and I’ll never let you out.” “You wish us to leave?” said the man from Venus. “Right now! Get the hell out of here and back to wherever you’re from and don’t ever come back. I don’t want to see you and no one else around here does.” The two men looked at each other. Then the one who had done all the talking said, “I can see in your mind that you really wish, with great intensity, to be left alone. leave … alone: allow one to be by oneself; allow sb. or sth. to remain untouched or unchanged 我叫你别碰那个花瓶,你看你现在把它打碎了。 I told you to leave that vase alone -- now you’ve broken it. It’s useless to talk to her since she is so upset; just leave her alone.

35 everything they said was so. Cameron said, “Mister, I’m tired of this garbage, so I’ll count to three —” They turned and left, and I just knew that everything they said was so. I was listening to them, you see, which Cameron wasn’t, because he was busy thinking of his income tax, and it was as though I could hear their minds, know what I mean? I knew that there would be a kind of fence around earth, keeping others out. “It is not our way to force ourselves or our organization on people who do not wish us or it. We will respect your privacy and leave. We will not return. We will put a warning around your world and none will enter.” Paraphrase the sentence. …everything they said was true.

36 wit And when they left, I got my voice back -- too late. I screamed, “Cameron, for God’s sake, they’re from space. Why’d you send them away?” “From space!” He stared at me. I yelled, “Look!” I don’t know how I did it, he being twenty- five pounds heavier than I, but I heaved him to the window by his shirt collar. He was too surprised to resist and when he recovered his wits enough to make like he was going to knock me down, he caught sight of what was going on outside the window and the breath went out of him. He lacked the wit to respond in time. wit: n. (also wits) quick understanding; intelligence The policeman used his wits more than his gun to tame the local criminals. Collocation: collect/gather one’s wits 绞尽脑汁,冥思苦想 使自己镇定下来,不慌乱 展露才智 / 动脑筋 神志失常 / 恢复正常 display/exercise one’s wits lose/regain one’s wits rack one’s wits 风趣的人 a man of wits 智穷技尽;再也没有办法了 at one’s wit’s/wits’ end 把 …… 吓得魂不附体 frighten/scare sb. out of his wits

37 knock down And when they left, I got my voice back -- too late. I screamed, “Cameron, for God’s sake, they’re from space. Why’d you send them away?” “From space!” He stared at me. I yelled, “Look!” I don’t know how I did it, he being twenty- five pounds heavier than I, but I heaved him to the window by his shirt collar. He was too surprised to resist and when he recovered his wits enough to make like he was going to knock me down, he caught sight of what was going on outside the window and the breath went out of him. The old man died in hospital after being knocked down by a car. knock down: The driver was in serious trouble for knocking down a pedestrian on a pedestrian crossing. 2)destroy and remove sth. 1) cause someone to fall to the ground by pushing or hitting him The house is being knocked down to make way for a new road. We’re planning to knock the dividing wall down so as to make one large room.

38 make like And when they left, I got my voice back -- too late. I screamed, “Cameron, for God’s sake, they’re from space. Why’d you send them away?” “From space!” He stared at me. I yelled, “Look!” I don’t know how I did it, he being twenty- five pounds heavier than I, but I heaved him to the window by his shirt collar. He was too surprised to resist and when he recovered his wits enough to make like he was going to knock me down, he caught sight of what was going on outside the window and the breath went out of him. The old man made like a monkey to amuse the children. make like: (infml) act as if one were; pretend to be Bob made like he was a fish blowing bubbles. Pattern:make like sb./sth. make like + clause

39 catch sight of And when they left, I got my voice back -- too late. I screamed, “Cameron, for God’s sake, they’re from space. Why’d you send them away?” “From space!” He stared at me. I yelled, “Look!” I don’t know how I did it, he being twenty- five pounds heavier than I, but I heaved him to the window by his shirt collar. He was too surprised to resist and when he recovered his wits enough to make like he was going to knock me down, he caught sight of what was going on outside the window and the breath went out of him. I caught sight of her just as she turned the corner and disappeared. catch sight of : see for a moment Collocation: 透过窗户我瞥见一个人影匆匆而过。 约翰经过我们办公室的时候我碰巧看见他。 I caught a glimpse through the window of a figure hurrying by. Translate the following sentences into English. I happened to catch sight of John as he was going past our office. 她抓住他的手臂,不肯放开。 She caught hold of his arm and wouldn’t let go. catch a glimpse of 瞥见 catch the vision of 看见;洞察 catch hold of 抓住

40 fade out1 They were getting into the flying saucer, those two men, and the saucer sat there, large, round, shiny and kind of powerful, you know. Then it took off. It went up easy as a feather and a red-orange glow showed up on one side and got brighter as the ship got smaller till it was a shooting star again, slowly fading out. And I said, “Sheriff, why’d you send them away? They had to see the President. Now they’ll never come back.” Cameron said, “I thought they were foreigners. They said they had to learn our language. And they talked funny.” As it’s getting colder and colder, their enthusiasm for doing sports in the morning faded out. fade out: disappear gradually My daughter’s interest in drawing has now almost completely faded out. Collocation: fade in (使)淡入,渐显 逐渐凋谢;慢慢减弱 fade away

41 fade out2 They were getting into the flying saucer, those two men, and the saucer sat there, large, round, shiny and kind of powerful, you know. Then it took off. It went up easy as a feather and a red-orange glow showed up on one side and got brighter as the ship got smaller till it was a shooting star again, slowly fading out. And I said, “Sheriff, why’d you send them away? They had to see the President. Now they’ll never come back.” Cameron said, “I thought they were foreigners. They said they had to learn our language. And they talked funny.” 1 . The music, with the image of the violinist, slowly and then. Complete the following sentences according to what you see or hear. ■ faded in ______ faded out ______ 2 . Maybe this is forever., like a rocket ascending in the space. Forever fades away _____________

42 Useful expression 1 Useful Expressions 1. on account of 由于 2. a general store 杂货铺 3. a sheep ranch 牧羊场 4. insist on doing sth 非得,坚持 5. a flying saucer 飞碟

43 Useful expression 2 Useful Expressions 6. be backed up against 背靠着 7. knock off 下班 8. hit the sack 上床睡觉 9. a shooting star 流星 10. bug one’s eyes 瞪大双眼

44 Useful expression a dark complexion 深色皮肤 12. have … under observation 观察 13. spit out 有话直说 14. go for 喜欢 15. regardless of 不论 Useful Expressions

45 Useful expression at sb.’s service 为 …… 效劳 17. a hurry-up message 加快信,快件 18. go to pieces 气坏了 19. recover one’s wits 回过神 20. make like 假装,装扮作 Useful Expressions

46 Useful expression knock down 击倒,撞倒 22. The breath goes out of sb. 气都喘不出来了 23. take off 起飞 24. fade out 逐渐消失 Useful Expressions

47 V Translation 1) The couple had no children of their own, _________( 所以 他们收养了孤儿院的一位三岁的女孩 ). 2) Would you please tell us ___________ ( 您喜欢谁的主意呢 )? 3) My neighbour kept asking me questions about the assignment, ________ ( 这真是让我感到烦恼 ). 4) I have been terribly busy these days since ________ ( 我 要准备我的毕业论文 ). 5) Sorry, I must go now. ___________ ( 到下班的时间了 ).

48 Keys: 1) The couple had no children of their own, so they adopted a 3- year-old girl from the orphanage. 2) Would you please tell us whose idea you go for? 3) My neighbour kept asking me questions about the assignment, which really bugged me. 4) I have been terribly busy these days since I have to work up my dissertation. 5) Sorry, I must go now. It’s time to knock off.

49 Task To prepare a thank-you letter


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