Hang-gliding, skydiving, and bungee jumping: Many would call these actives, and the people that do them, crazy. (P.50, line 1) O. OC. O. OC.
Grammar However, millions of people engage in these and many other thrill-seeking activities every year. ★ (P.50, line 4) Adj.
Grammar Experts believe that some individuals want to see how much they can tolerate. (P.50, line 7) N. cl O.
Grammar These people feel a sense of delight when they’re able to withstand anxiety. (P.50, line 8) Adv. cl
Grammar However, there are also people with “type T,” or thrill-seeking, personalities. (P.50, line 10) Adj.
Grammar These individuals thrive on the adrenaline rush that they get from extreme sports. (P.50, line 11) Adj. cl
Grammar After enduring a scary experience, people get a high from a chemical released in the brain called dopamine, which is responsible for pleasure. (P.50, line 13) (Which is) Adj. cl Adj. ph
Grammar While it might seem impractical or even harmful for people to pursue thrill-seeking activities, this type of behavior can actually be beneficial (P.51, line1) 虛主詞 Although S. (to be)
Grammar “Thrill-seeking is one of the things that leads people to explore new things,” says Vanderbilt University psychologist David Zald. (P.51, line 4) Adj. cl
Grammar “The world would be a boring place if we didn’t have people who were willing to take the risks because they were so interested or drawn to the new and exciting.” (P.51, line 7) Adv. cl Adj. cl
Grammar So the next time you see someone doing something you think might be reckless, remember that they’re helping to make the world a more interesting place. (P.51, line 11) ) ( (that) N. cl ) ( O.
Ans: there have four kinds of extreme sports in the “Extreme World” 2.How many kinds of extreme sports are there in “Extreme World” ?
BcM78&feature=pyv&feature=pyv&ad= &kw=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUEZCx BcM78&feature=pyv&feature=pyv&ad= &kw= 1.How many kinds of activities are there in the video? Ans: there have nine kinds of activities in the video.
Grammar The psychology of thrill-seeking (P.50, title) N. ※ of + N.