10New words puma(title)n. 美洲狮 spot v. 看出，发现 evidence n. 证据 accumulate v 积累，积聚oblige v 使感到必须hunt n 追类；寻找blackberry n 黑霉human being 人类corner v 是走投无路，使陷入困境trail n 一串，一系列print n 印痕cling (clung,clung) v. 粘convince v 使……信服somehow adv 不知怎么搞得，不知什么原因disturb v 令人不安
11Listen to the tape then answer the questions below What sort of reports were received by London Zoo?Were the reports similar in nature or not?Who saw it first?Did it stay in one place, or did it move from place to place?What did it leave behind it?Were paw prints and puma fur found as well or not?What was heard at night?Was the animal seen up a tree or not?Were experts now sure that the animal really was a puma or not?
12Reports—London zoo–puma spotted—45 miles south of London Similar in natureWoman picking blackberries saw it firstPuma moved from place to placeLeft trail of dead deer—small animalsPaw prints—puma fur found as well‘cats-like noises’—heard at nightAnimal seen up a treeNow experts convinced—really was a puma
15Dictation puma(title) n. spot v. evidence n. accumulate v. oblige v. hunt n.blackberry n.human beingCorner v.trail n.print n.cling (clung,clung) v.convince v.somehow adv.Disturb v.
16Retell the textReports—London zoo–puma spotted—45 miles south of LondonSimilar in natureWoman picking blackberries saw it firstPuma moved from place to placeLeft trail of dead deer—small animalsPaw prints—puma fur found as well‘cats-like noises’—heard at nightAnimal seen up a treeNow experts convinced—really was a puma
17Give another word or phrase to place the following words as they are used in the passage: SpottedAccumulateObliged toClaimedExtraordinarily similarImmediatelyConvincedSeenpile upbound toStatedsurprisingly alikeat oncesure
18Key of difficult exercise A1. at2. to3. to4. in5. on
19B.1.He is the man we heard so much about.2.The shelf you put those books on has collapsed.3.Who did you receive a letter from?4.This is the road we came by?5.Where is the pencil you were playing with?