Presentation on theme: "Unit 2 body language (vocabulary). tip n. 建议, 提示, 情报 (c) He gave a few good ______ on gardening.(tips / advice) tips If you take my tips, you ’ ll be."— Presentation transcript:
tip n. 建议, 提示, 情报 (c) He gave a few good ______ on gardening.(tips / advice) tips If you take my tips, you ’ ll be sure to pass the exam. note v. 注意, 提到, 把某事记录下来 The newspaper didn ’ t note what happened next. n. I ’ ve written some notes in this book. a one-million-pound note 注释, 笔记，钞票, 便条
involve v. 涉及, 牵涉, 必须包括 get/ be involved in 与某事有关联 / 牵涉 Many innocent people were involved in the investigation. The investigation involved many innocent people. contact v.& n. 联系, 接触 Where can I contact you? The disease is spread by contact with animals. Have/make/keep contact with sb. 与 … 有 / 保持联系 lose contact with sb. 与 … 失去联系 keep in touch with 保持联系 get in touch with 取得联系 lose touch with 失去联系
inhibit vt. 抑制 制止 An unhappy family life may inhibit children ’ s learning. inhibit sb. from doing sth. 妨碍某人做某事 Shyness inhibited him from speaking. distract v. 使分心, 分散注意力 distract sb. from sth. 分散某人对某事的注意力 Playing too many video games will distract children from their studies. The noise in the street distracted me from my reading. employ v. 雇佣, 使用 employer / employee / employment ( 长期雇佣他人, 有固定报酬 ) hire 临时短期雇佣他人 The police had to employ force to break up the crowd.
The + 比较级 + 从句, The + 比较级 + 主句 越 …, 越 … The harder you study, the better results you will get. The sooner you finish the work, the better it is. In the desert, the more slowly you walk, the more dangerous it will be. essential adj. 必要的, 必不可少的 It is essential to do … It is essential that … (should) … 虚拟语气 n. 必需品, 要点，要素 (c) We only had time to pack a few essentials. It is essential to make full preparations beforehand.
ensure: make sure The new law will ensure fair treatment for people of all races. ensure sb. Sth. / ensure sb. that 从句 assure sb. of sth. 向某人确保某事 Assure sb that 从句 insure + ( 表示生命或财产的名词 ) 给 … 保险 insurance 保险公司 The medicine will ensure you a good night ’ s sleep. The driver calmly assured the passengers that there was no danger. Mrs. Green insured herself for $2000.
run over 撞倒并碾过,( 液体 ) 溢出 匆匆看一遍 He was run over and killed by a bus. Don ’ t fill the kettle too full, it ’ ll run over. The speaker ran over his notes before the lecture. run out of run across 用完 无意间碰到