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2 New Horizon College English Unit 4 A Test of True Love Book 2

3 New Horizon College English Consolidation Writing Detailed Study Presentation Assignment Content BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English

4 Presentation BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English What do we know about love? What do we know about love? When you really want love, you find what is wanting for you. ——Oscar Wilde ——Oscar Wilde

5 New Horizon College English Presentation BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Every man is a poet when he is in love. Love makes the world go round. Love me,love my dog. You don’t love a woman because she is beautiful, but she is beautiful because you love her. Absence to love is what wind is to fire. It extinguishes the small; it inflames the great. To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world.

6 New Horizon College English Presentation BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Discussion questions: 1 、 What do you know about love? 2 、 Do you think love needs testing?

7 New Horizon College English Presentation BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Pre-reading questions: 1.What is the passage mainly about? 2. Did John Blandford pass the test of true love?

8 New Horizon College English Text Structure Analysis Detailed Study-- Text Structure Analysis BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English The beginning of the story (Paras. 1) Who was that woman? How had she given him strength? What had happened between them? (Paras. 2-3) What had happened after they fell in love? (Paras. 4)

9 New Horizon College English Text Structure Analysis Detailed Study-- Text Structure Analysis BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Did they meet as planned? (Paras. 5-7) Was the young woman the very one he had been waiting for so impatiently? (Paras. 8-9) How did the women who addressed him look? (Paras. 10)

10 New Horizon College English Text Structure Analysis Detailed Study-- Text Structure Analysis BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English What was John Blandford thinking then with the old lady before him? (Paras. 11) (Paras ) What did the old woman say? (Paras. 14) What was the result? What did the man do?

11 New Horizon College English Without fail Examples Be here at 8 o’clock sharp, without fail.Be here at 8 o’clock sharp, without fail. I’ll bring you that book next time, without fail.I’ll bring you that book next time, without fail. — with complete certainty --Words and phrases

12 New Horizon College English volunteer volunteer vt. — Offer to do something without being paid Examples Volunteer for the Navy.Volunteer for the Navy. — a person who offers to do something without being paid Examples After the party, many young men stayed behind as volunteers to clean the place.After the party, many young men stayed behind as volunteers to clean the place. --Words and phrases volunteer n. [C]

13 New Horizon College English identical identical adj. — exactly the same Examples Your fingerprint can’t be identical to mine.Your fingerprint can’t be identical to mine. She recognized the bracelet as the identical one she had lost.She recognized the bracelet as the identical one she had lost. --Words and phrases

14 New Horizon College English decrease decrease n.[C,U] — the process of becoming less Examples There has been a 6% decrease in his income.There has been a 6% decrease in his income. decrease v. Examples There is no sign that house price will decrease.There is no sign that house price will decrease. --Words and phrases — become less in size,amount, strength, etc.

15 New Horizon College English nourish nourish vt. — Here, the verb “nourish” is used metaphorically, meaning “maintain, encourage, strengthen something”. Examples Letters of love only nourished he longing for him.Letters of love only nourished he longing for him. University study nourished his ability to think critically.University study nourished his ability to think critically. --Words and phrases

16 New Horizon College English forbid forbid vt. — not allow Examples You are forbidden to leave before I come back.You are forbidden to leave before I come back. Examples Women are strictly forbidden form entering that area.Women are strictly forbidden form entering that area. --Words and phrases forbidsomeone from doing something forbid someone from doing something

17 New Horizon College English be free to do sth. — be able to act as one wants Examples You are totally free to choose your own course.You are totally free to choose your own course. During the holiday we are free to do what we like.During the holiday we are free to do what we like. --Words and phrases

18 New Horizon College English decline v. --Words and phrases — refuse a request or offer, usually politely Examples We had to decline the invitation to visit our friends in another city.We had to decline the invitation to visit our friends in another city. The football star declined to answer the reporter’s question.The football star declined to answer the reporter’s question.

19 New Horizon College English decline vi. --Words and phrases — decrease in amount, quality, or inportance Examples The number of staff has declined from 12,000 to 10,000.The number of staff has declined from 12,000 to 10,000. Her health has been declining these past months.Her health has been declining these past months.

20 New Horizon College English decline n.[sing.,U] --Words and phrases — a reduction in the amount or quality of something Examples The birth rate is on the decline.The birth rate is on the decline. There has been a sharp decline in profits this year.There has been a sharp decline in profits this year.

21 New Horizon College English fancy —1). having a lot of decoration or bright colors —1). a. having a lot of decoration or bright colors Examples I don’t like his paintings. They are too fancy for me.I don’t like his paintings. They are too fancy for me. 2). n.[sing.] a feeling of liking someone or something Examples I have taken a fancy to that hat.I have taken a fancy to that hat. --Words and phrases

22 New Horizon College English fancy --Words and phrases 3). vt. want something or want to do something Examples I just fancied a drink.I just fancied a drink. I really fancy going for a swim.I really fancy going for a swim. I think he has always fancied a car like this.I think he has always fancied a car like this.

23 New Horizon College English longing longing n.[sing., U] —a strong feeling of wanting something; strong wish. Examples The young writer has a strong longing for fame.The young writer has a strong longing for fame. He frustrated her longing to study abroad.He frustrated her longing to study abroad. --Words and phrases

24 New Horizon College English In six minutes he would see the woman who had filled a special place in his life for the past thirteen months, a woman he had never seen,yet whose written words had been with him and had given him strength without fail.(Para.1) After six minutes he would see the woman who had been so special in his life for the past thirteen months. He had never met this woman before, but her letters to him had stayed with him and had certainly given him strength. Paraphrase --Paraphrase

25 New Horizon College English Soon after he volunteered for military, he had received a book from this woman.(Para.2) Not long after he joined the military, he had received a book form this woman. Paraphrase --Paraphrase

26 New Horizon College English And while they all got strength from it, and appreciated her support of their cause, John Blandford was the only person to write Ms.Meynell back.(Para.2) And although John and his friends all got strength from her letter and felt thankful for her support of their cause, only he wrote a letter to her in reply. He wrote back accepting our offer. She writes me back from time to time, telling me how she lives in Russia. Paraphrase --Paraphrase

27 New Horizon College English On the day of his departure, to a destination overseas where he would fight in the war, he received a letter of reply from her. (Para.2) On the day when he was leaving for a foreign land where he would fight in the war, he received a letter of reply from her. Paraphrase --Paraphrase overseas: ad. in or to a country across the sea; abroad

28 New Horizon College English When his letters did not arrive, she wrote anyway, without decrease.(Para.3) Even if she failed to receive his letters, she still kept on writing to him, without reducing the number of her letters. Words to learn: --Paraphrase

29 New Horizon College English During the difficult days of war, her letters nourished him and gave him courage.(Para.3) During the difficult days of war, her letters gave him strength and courage. Paraphrase --Paraphrase

30 New Horizon College English As long as he received letters from her, he felt as though he could survive.(Para.3) If he received letters from her, he felt as if he could go through the war safe and sound. as long as: on condition that; if Paraphrase --Paraphrase

31 New Horizon College English But when he asked her for a photo, she declined his request.(Para.4) But when he asked her for a photo, she refused politely. Paraphrase --Paraphrase

32 New Horizon College English She explained her objection…(Para.4) She explained why she had refused to give him her photo… Paraphrase --Paraphrase

33 New Horizon College English Either way, I would forbid myself from loving you.(Para.4) --Paraphrase Paraphrase In either situation, I would keep myself from loving you.

34 New Horizon College English When you come to New York and you see me, then you can make your decision. Remember, both of us are free to stop or go on after that…(Para.4) --Paraphrase Paraphrase When you come to New York and you see me, then you can decide whether you really love me or not. Remember, both of us can choose either to stop or go on like this after that…

35 New Horizon College English He started toward her, entirely forgetting to notice that she wasn’t wearing a rose, and as he moved, a small, warm smile formed on her lips.(Para.7) --Paraphrase Paraphrase He walked closer to her, completely forgetting to see that she wasn’t wearing a rose (as she was supposed to be). When he walked toward her, a small warm smile appeared on her lips.

36 New Horizon College English She was standing almost directly behind the girl, a woman well past forty, and a fossil to his young eyes, her hair sporting patches of gray. (Para.10) --Paraphrase Paraphrase The woman who he thought was Hollis Meynell was standing just behind the girl. The woman, in her forties, was quite old in his young eyes and she had patches of gray hair. sport: wear something or have hair in a particular style.

37 New Horizon College English His fingers held the book she had sent to him before he went off to the war, which was to identify him to Hollis Meynell.(Para.12) --Paraphrase Paraphrase He tightly held the book which Hollis Meynell sent to him before he went off to the war. The book was to show Hollis Meynell that he was the soldier she was to meet.

38 New Horizon College English This would not be love. However, it would be something precious, something perhaps even less common than love---a friendship for which he had been, and would always be, thankful.(Para.12) --Paraphrase Paraphrase This feeling would not be love. But, it would be something very valuable, something perhaps even less common than love. This was a friendship for which he had been and would always be grateful. be thankful for : be grateful for

39 New Horizon College English Consolidation--cloze BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English What do we know about love? Is it, as some people would suggest, a mysterious force? Or can it be explained and possibly even 1 ? Well, even in this scientific and reason-driven age, love seems still to 2 total understanding. We can, however, know something about love and make stronger 3 between individuals. One thing that seems to 4 love is distance. The common idea is that the love between people grows as they are 5. Sometimes it is ture that longing for someone who has gone overseas becomes more 6. word band A)intense B)uncertainty C)demands D)commands E)nourishes F)comforts G)connection H)affect I)alter J)defy K)isolated L)separated M)forbidden N)committed O)created

40 New Horizon College English Consolidation--cloze BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Something that 7 love si danger. Send both lovers to dangerous places and they will end up loving each other more. This could be caused by the worry it develops. It could also be that feelings of 8 or need transform into love with time. Love gives us warmth, courage, and a feeling of being safe, but it also 9 selfless devotion and sacrifice. If you are truly 10 to finding true love, you should make yourself more interesting. Do things that you enjoy and try to meet people who share identical interests. word band A)intense B)uncertainty C)demands D)commands E)nourishes F)comforts G)connection H)affect I)alter J)defy K)isolated L)separated M)forbidden N)committed O)created

41 New Horizon College English Consolidation—Vocabulary Exercise BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Do Vocabulary Exercise on page 83 overseas identical decrease warmth forbid volunteer decline fancy resist objection aboard connection departure vanish compress 1.The management _____ their workers from accepting tips form customers. key: forbid 2. The picture is _____ to the one in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. key: identical

42 New Horizon College English Consolidation—Vocabulary Exercise BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Do Vocabulary Exercise on page 83 overseas identical decrease warmth forbid volunteer decline fancy resist objection aboard connection departure vanish compress 3. If you have no ___, I would like to ask your daughter to marry me. key: objection 4.Hearing his comforting words, I felt a huge wave of ____ inside me and couldn’t help crying. key: warmth

43 New Horizon College English Consolidation—Vocabulary Exercise BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Do Vocabulary Exercise on page 83 overseas identical decrease warmth forbid volunteer decline fancy resist objection aboard connection departure vanish compress 5. After the party, the mother needed some ____ to help with the washing-up in the kitchen. key: volunteers 6.The factory has now earned a large amount of foreign money, because there has been an increase in _____ trade during the past few years. key: overseas

44 New Horizon College English Consolidation—Vocabulary Exercise BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Do Vocabulary Exercise on page 83 overseas identical decrease warmth forbid volunteer decline fancy resist objection aboard connection departure vanish compress 7. At the press conference he _____ to comment on the company’s difficulties and only answered questions about successes. key: declined 8. The university ____ pressure to close one of its departments. key: resisted

45 New Horizon College English Consolidation—Vocabulary Exercise BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Do Vocabulary Exercise on page 83 overseas identical decrease warmth forbid volunteer decline fancy resist objection aboard connection departure vanish compress 9. We don’t serve anything _____, just plain, ordinary food. key: fancy 10.Thanks to the great efforts made by the police, crime has been on the _____ in the past few years. key: decrease/decline

46 New Horizon College English 1. 友朋自远方来,不亦乐乎。 (use “ it ” as the formal subject) It is a great pleasure to meet friends from afar. BOOK 2 Unit 4 Consolidation—Translation

47 New Horizon College English 2. 不管黑猫白猫,能抓住老鼠就是好猫。( as long as) It doesn’t matter whether the cat is black or white as long as it catches mice. BOOK 2 Unit 4 Consolidation—Translation

48 New Horizon College English 3. 你必须明天上午十点之前把那笔钱还给我.(without fail) You must let me have the money back without fail by ten o’clock tomorrow morning. BOOK 2 Unit 4 Consolidation—Translation

49 New Horizon College English 4. 请允许我参加这个项目,我对这个项目非常感兴趣。 (more than +adjective) Allow me to take part in this project, I am more than a little interested in it. BOOK 2 Unit 4 Consolidation—Translation

50 New Horizon College English 5. 人人都知道他非常特殊:他来去随意。( be free to do sth.) Everyone knows that he is special: He is free to come and go as he pleases. BOOK 2 Unit 4 Consolidation—Translation

51 New Horizon College English 6. 看她脸上不悦的神色,我觉得她似乎有什么话想跟 我说。( feel as though) Watching the unhappy look on her face, I felt as though she wished to say something to me. BOOK 2 Unit 4 Consolidation—Translation

52 New Horizon College English Writing BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Structured Writing Write a paragraph which starts with the point of view followed by some reasons. Write a paragraph which starts with the point of view followed by some reasons. Point of view: Point of view: Parents have to save a large amount of money for their children to study abroad. Parents have to save a large amount of money for their children to study abroad. Reasons: Reasons: pay for the international flight, food, shelter, entertainment, long-distance telephone calls, clothing, and unexpected expenses pay for the international flight, food, shelter, entertainment, long-distance telephone calls, clothing, and unexpected expenses

53 New Horizon College English Writing BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English Sample Paragraph: Parents have to save a large amount of money for their children to study abroad. Apart from the international flight, they to pay for their daily expenses, such as food, shelter, entertainment, long-distance telephone calls, and clothing. In addition, the children should have some money ready to cover unexpected expenses. Parents have to save a large amount of money for their children to study abroad. Apart from the international flight, they to pay for their daily expenses, such as food, shelter, entertainment, long-distance telephone calls, and clothing. In addition, the children should have some money ready to cover unexpected expenses.

54 New Horizon College English Assignment BOOK 2 Unit 4 New Horizon College English 1.Do the rest of Exercises from 83 to Read the passage three times or more. 3. Do you think love needs testing? Give your views. Give your views.


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