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2 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW Part Four ENTER

3 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word StudyWord Study II.Phrases and ExpressionsPhrases and Expressions III.Word BuildingWord Building IV.GrammarGrammar Language Study

4 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study Word list: 1. addictaddict 2. advocacyadvocacy 3. banban 4. confiscateconfiscate 5. glamorizeglamorize 6. impoverishimpoverish 7. intoxicantintoxicant 8. proponentproponent 9. rationalerationale 10. recreationrecreation 11. repealrepeal 12. repressiverepressive 13. sanctionsanction 14. smugglesmuggle

5 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 1. addict n. a person who is unable to resist drugs, alcohol, etc. Examples: Unfortunately, Tom is a heroin addict. She is a chess addict.

6 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 2. advocacy n. giving support to a cause advocacy (of sth.) Examples: Mrs. Williams is well-known for her advocacy of women’s rights. This organization dedicated to the advocacy of anti-war.

7 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 3. ban v. to officially forbid sth. or forbid sb. to do sth. Examples: The government has banned the use of weapons. Jean has been banned from driving for six months.

8 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 4. confiscate v. to seize private property by the public authority as punishment Examples: Jimmy was caught smuggling goods, and they were confiscated. The police confiscated his pistol. Word Formation n. confiscation

9 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study v. to romanticize, idealize, or glorify Examples: Romantic novels usually glamorize love between man and woman. The advertisement glamorized the tour site. 5. glamorize Word Formation n. glamour adj. glamorous

10 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 6. impoverish v. to reduce to poverty Examples: Rain and excessive use have impoverished the soil. His life would have been greatly impoverished if he had not known that friend on internet. n. impoverishment Word Formation

11 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW More examples I.Word Study n. a substance that makes people drunk Examples: She is his intoxicant, always enchanting him. I can’t get used to drinks with intoxicant. 7. intoxicant To be continued on the next page.

12 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study intoxicate v. a. to cause sb. to lose self-control as a result of the effects of a drug, a gas, or drink b. to excite sb. greatly Examples: He had drunk all night and was thoroughly intoxicated. The little boy was intoxicated with joy.

13 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 8. proponent n. one who argues in support of sth. proponent (of sth.) Examples: She was one of the proponents of the new motion. As a determined proponent of the policy, if was impossible for him to do that.

14 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 9. rationale n. the fundamental reasons for sth.; a logical basis 1. 教学原理 2. 一项决定的理论 根据 Translation the rationale of a lesson the rationale behind a decision

15 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 10. recreation n. refreshment of one’s mind or body after labor through diverting activity Examples: Joan’s favorite recreation is singing Karaoke. The old couple often walk after dinner for recreation. More examples To be continued on the next page.

16 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study recreational adj. take part in recreational activities recreational facilities Translation 1. 参加娱乐活动 2. 娱乐设施

17 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 11. repeal v. to revoke, withdraw, or nullify (a law) officially or formally Examples: The government has repealed the rule of banning crackers. That law has long been repealed. You are really out of date.

18 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 12. repressive adj. harsh; severe Examples: Her husband has a repressive tendency towards her social life. People condemned the repressive measures taken by Parliament.

19 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 13. sanction n. permission or approval v. to give one’s permission for sth.; to authorize Examples: The popular Internet novel was published without the sanction of the author. Who sanctioned bombing that bridge?

20 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW I.Word Study 14. smuggle v. to import or export without paying lawful custom charges or duties Examples: The man was caught smuggling drugs through customs. She was smuggled out of her homeland. The end of Word Study.

21 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW List: 1.interfere withinterfere with 2.end upend up 3.to be hooked on sth.to be hooked on sth. 4.wither awaywither away 5.call for; call incall for; call in II.Phrases and Expressions

22 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW v. to prevent sth. from succeeding or from being done as planned Examples: It’s unacceptable for you to interfere with my duty. He interfered with her plan successfully. 1. interfere with II.Phrases and Expressions

23 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW v. (mainly spoken) to be in a particular place or state after doing sth. or because of doing it Examples: At first, he refused to accept any responsibility but he ended up apologizing. If you don’t mend your ways, you’ll end up a criminal. 2. end up II.Phrases and Expressions “end” phrases To be continued on the next page.

24 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW II.Phrases and Expressions cf. end it all end one’s days (in sth.) end in sth. cf. 自杀 (在某处或某种状态)度 过余生 以某事物为结尾或结论

25 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW v. to find sth. so attractive or interesting that sb. can not stop from doing it Examples: She was hooked on gambling. He was hooked on the idea of a tour to China. 3. to be hooked on sth. II.Phrases and Expressions

26 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW II.Phrases and Expressions 4. wither away v. to become weaker and then disappear Examples: After leaving school, their friendship withered away. Their hope will never wither away.

27 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW call for v. to request/suggest/advocate call in v. to ask a person or organization that provides a service to come and deal with sth. Examples: The situation calls for prompt action. Your impolite answer is not called for. Products with serious faults have been called in by the factory. The teacher called in all papers. 5. call for; call in II.Phrases and Expressions The end of Phrases and Expressions.

28 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW III.Word Building List: Prefix — anti-anti- — en-en-

29 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW III.Word Building anti-war prefix root anti-: opposition to antibiotics anti-aircraft anticlimax anti-ballistic anti-bomb anticlockwise anti-icer 抗生素 防空用的 突降;虎头蛇尾 反弹道的 防弹的 逆时针的 防冰设备

30 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW en- turns a noun or an adjective into a verb meaning “to put into or on”. enlarge enable endanger encircle enforce enlist enslave 扩大 使能够 使危险;危及 环绕,包围 执行,迫使 征募;使入伍 奴役;束缚 enrich prefix root III.Word Building The end of Word Building.

31 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW IV.Grammar Enumeration Enumeration means listing things or items in a certain way. There are two kinds of enumeration. To be continued on the next page.

32 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW For Example: First; Second; Third In the first place; in the second place; in the third place For a start; next/then; last For one thing; for another; last of all A. Arithmetical (chronological order) IV.Grammar To be continued on the next page.

33 Lesson 14—How Do We Deal with the Drug Problem? BTLEW IV.Grammar B. Precedence (rank order) For Example: The best; the next best; the very best First; more importance; most important of all Good; better still/even better; the best The end of Grammar.

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