第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 3 Large numbers of the aircraft were destroyed on the ground in the first day. By the end of the first week in July, Army Group Center had taken 290,000 prisoners in encirclements at Minsk. On August 5, having crossed the Dnieper River, the army group wiped out a pocket near Smolensk and counted another 300,000 prisoners.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 5 General Dill
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 6 Sir Stafford Cripps
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 7 Rimmon House of Rimmon
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 8 gas chamber in Auschiwitz
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 9 Founded in the spring of 1933, it was to be a new, special body guard unit, formed from hand picked SS men, to act as the special body guard of Hitler, and to be responsible only to his wishes. May 1, 1936 Lustgarten Berlin SS men take their loyalty oath.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 10 Lesson Five Speech on Hitler’s Invasion of the U.S.S.R.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 11 Why is “the news” chosen as the subject of the clause? Why isn’t the modifier—the “of” phrase put immediate after it? What is the difference between the news was brought to me of Hitler’s invasion of Russia and the news of Hitler’s invasion of Russia was brought to me ?
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 12 conviction it implies that a prior doubt existed and now has been removed I speak in the full conviction that our cause is just. The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we’re loved. From the way Jane spoke, you could tell she was speaking from conviction. lieexist; be found; reside In unity lay strength.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 13 In battle, the art of command lies in understanding that no two situations are ever the same. The bitter experience of the past few years has shown that prosperity lies in unity and cooperation. We know where our problems lie, and we have begun to solve some of them. give notice to inform the B.B.C. General Dill
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 14 The storm hastened our departure. When Ludendorff’s army met defeat on the Western front, Germany hastened to open negotiations for an armistice. groundedlying stationary on the airfields driving forward advancing hasten connoting urgency or a sudden & premature result
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 15 the War Cabinet What does “they” refer to in this sentence? herd together, collect together (people or animals who are scattered; or who had fled, etc) round up Mr. Eden Lord Beaverbrook Sir Stafford Cripps Chequers
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 16 What, do you think, made Churchill quote his secretary? Wouldn’t it be better if he narrated it himself? Mr. and Mrs. Winant count on/upon 1. to rely on; depend on You can't count upon David helping you when you are in trouble. He is a friend whom you can count on in any emergency.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 17 Our boss told us not to count on getting a raise in the coming days. 2. to be confident of; anticipate Can I enlist your help in collecting money for the people made homeless by the foreign invaders? enlist win the support of; get the help or services of; obtain (help, sympathy, etc) He tried to enlist their sympathies. sympathy
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 18 except for 1. apart from 2. but for; if it were not for Except for you, I should be dead by now. I know nothing about him except for the fact that he lives next door. 1.quality which holds the attention by reason of its importance, characteristic, sth. that set apart one thing / person from others feature Racial discrimination is the key feature of South African white regime. The story has some unusual features.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 19 The Nazi regime is very cruel and it invades other countries in a most savage way. It can carry out its cruel invasion so effectively that it beats (surpasses) any action of this kind in human history; in this respect it is worse than any other known form of evil. It excels…ferocious aggression. No American of his time was more national in his interest or universal in his friendship than was Roosevelt. no…more…than
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 20 unfold to become clear, more fully known As the investigation goes on, the intrigue behind the dirty deal slowly unfolds. He gradually unfolded his plan to them. I shall bury past differences. But compared to the painful sight that is now opening out to our view, all the evils of communism and my opposition to communism become insignificant. But all this fades away…unfolding.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 21 behind all this hostility and fighting I see that small group of wicked men who make the world suffer untold miseries and unparalleled disasters behind all this glare… Dominions Why made Churchill say that? resolve in due course at the proper time /time After they were engaged, the wedding followed in due course.
第三教研室 张敏 advanced English Book 1 Lesson 5 22 rid the earth of… free the world from Hitler’s domination and to liberate all people from his control follow happen as a necessary result of Just because he is at the bottom of the class, it doesn’t follow that he has no brains; he may just be lazy. That conclusion by no means follows. appeal take the same course ?