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2 Unit 7 : Unit 7 : Part B 21st Century College English: Book 1

3 Unit 7: Part B Text BText BText BText B Listening PracticeListening PracticeListening PracticeListening Practice AssignmentAssignmentAssignment Review of Text AReview of Text AReview of Text AReview of Text A

4 Revision of Text A Assignment CheckupAssignment Checkup  Cloze Cloze  Translation Translation DictationDictationDictation

5 Dictation Check-up You are going to hear 5 sentences. Each will be read three times. Write down the sentences according to the dictation.

6 Miss Bean was viewed as a very liberal person who believed that Negroes were equal. When we moved in, our white neighbors were ignorant about black people. The prevailing wisdom in the neighborhood was that we were spoiling it and that we ought to go back where we belonged. Miss Bean went right at me The teacher began to give me human dimensions, though not perfect ones for an eighth grader. The teacher began to give me human dimensions, though not perfect ones for an eighth grader. Dictation

7 Cloze Ex. IX, p. 191 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. IX, p. 191

8 It was not easy being the first black student in a _____________ all-white school. Some of the other students, who were _______________ about black people, were quite _______________ to me. And many of the teachers simply ignored my ______________. I was very lucky to have a _________________ single woman such as Dorothy Bean as a teacher. Day after day, Miss Bean challenged me to work hard and think _______________ myself. ____________ other things, she asked my opinion about historical events and she expected me to give reasons to _____________ my answer. previously ignorant nasty presence liberal for Among support each of the blanks with an appropriate word. XIII. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word. Cloze

9 One day, when I was not concentrating, she _____________ an eraser at me. By chance, it hit me right in the hand and _____________ my pencil flying. She gasped and I ___________ hurriedly after my pencil as the class __________ with laughter. Because Miss Bean ____________ me just like every one else, the other students started to see me ____________ one of them. I was shocked when she threw the eraser at me, but _____________ I was glad to be just another kid in school. threw sent crept roared treated as afterwards each of the blanks with an appropriate word. XIII. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word. Cloze

10 Translation Ex. X, p. 192 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. X, p. 192

11 1. 史密斯先生被认为是一位十分开明的人, 除了别的之外, 他还认为在法律面前人人平等。 liberal among other things be viewed as Mr. Smith was viewed as a very liberal person who believed, among other things, that all men were equal under the law. Translation

12 2. 他获奖并非偶然 ; 他的成功来自艰苦的训练 by chance hard won the prize It is not by chance that he won the prize; his success comes from his hard training. Translation

13 3. 老师跟白人孩子们谈了很多, 试图使他们相信人人生而平等。 talked a lot convince them the white kids The teacher talked a lot with the white kids, trying to convince them that all man are created equal. Translation

14 for a time felt lonely as a new comer As I was a newcomer to that school, I felt lonely and friendless for a time. 4. 因为我刚来到这所学校, 所以 有一段时间我感到孤独, 也没 有朋友。 Translation

15 kept talking oral English day after day Day after day Wei Ming kept talking with Mrs. Wilson, and his oral English became more and more fluent and natural. 5. 伟明日复一日坚持与威尔逊夫人进行交谈, 他的英语口 语变得越来越流利, 越来越自然。 Translation

16 during those first few weeks quite nasty Whereas Whereas some of the kids were quite nasty during those first few weeks, a little white girl was especially friendly to me. 6. 尽管在最初那几个星期一些孩子对我很不客气, 一个白 人小姑娘却特别友好。 Translation

17 came to know looked old and wrinkled later I later came to know that the man looked old and wrinkled was only about 我后来才知道那位看起来又老又满脸皱纹的人才 45 岁左 右。 Translation

18 8. 大学毕业之后不久, 他便证明自己是一个称职而负责的 英语教师。 qualified responsible establish himself as After graduating from university, he soon established himself as a qualified and responsible teacher of English. Translation

19 Text B Language Points Language PointsLanguage PointsLanguage Points Comprehension Exercises Comprehension ExercisesComprehension ExercisesComprehension Exercises Reading Skill Reading SkillReading SkillReading Skill Text B: Firm, Fair, and Friendly

20 Firm, Fair, and Friendly 1. I liked most of my teachers in college. They were, for the most part, friendly and competent, willing to help students. I liked them — but I don’t remember them very well, except for Mr. Jones, my senior English teacher. He was an enthusiastic, sensitive man, who knew his subject and was determined that we would learn it and love it, too.

21 2. Mr. Jones was a tall, slender man in his mid-forties with gray, thinning hair. Perched precariously on his nose, his glasses gave him a serious look. But they didn’t remain there long, for he was always taking them off and polishing them and putting them in his mouth when he thought over a response to a student’s question. When he walked into class, he was always carrying two or three books with strips of paper sticking out of them, marking passages he planned to read. I remember, too, the cardigan sweaters -- he must have had a dozen of them. On rainy days he substituted a blue raincoat for the sweater. But what I remember best was his smile. When he smiled, his whole face lit up; his eyes sparkled. His smile made you feel good, at ease, somehow reassured. amanwith thinning hairPerched precariously on his noseamanwith thinning hairPerched precariously on his nose Text B: Firm, Fair, and Friendly

22 3. Yet though he was friendly and at ease with people, he was a bit formal in class, and he could be stern on occasion. He never called us by our first names. He obviously loved his work and liked his students, but he kept his distance. He never deliberately embarrassed a student in front of the class with an ironic remark, but he could communicate his displeasure all right. He’d look steadily at the offending student for a few seconds. That was usually enough, but if it didn’t work, he’d say something to the student in a lowered tone of voice. He didn’t do this often, though. He never called us by our first nameshe could communicate his displeasure all right.He never called us by our first nameshe could communicate his displeasure all right. Text B: Firm, Fair, and Friendly

23 4. Mr. Jones had personality, integrity, vitality -- all of which made him popular; but what I liked most about him was that he was a fine teacher. Yes, he cared about students, but he cared more about teaching them his subject. And that meant homework, lots of it, and pop quizzes now and then to keep them current on the reading. He lectured occasionally, to provide background information whenever we moved on to a new literary period. After a brief glance at his notes, he’d begin to move around as he talked -- to the blackboard, to the window, back to the lectern. But he preferred discussion, a Socratic dialogue. He’d write several questions on the board for the next day’s discussion, and he’d expect you to be prepared to discuss them. keep them current on the reading.keep them current on the reading. Text B: Firm, Fair, and Friendly

24 He directed the discussion, but he didn’t dominate it; for he was a good listener and made sure we all had a chance to respond, whether we wanted to or not. If he was pleased with a response, he’d nod his head and smile. Occasionally he’d read a student’s essay, praising its good points and then winking at the writer as he passed it back. But he was tough-minded, too, as I suggested before. He really nailed you for sloppy work or inattention. When you got an A from him, you really felt good, for he wasn’t an easy grader. We used to complain about his grading standards, usually to no avail, though he would change a grade if he thought he had been unfair. nailed you for sloppy work or inattentionhe wasn’t an easy graderusually to no availnailed you for sloppy work or inattentionhe wasn’t an easy graderusually to no avail Text B: Firm, Fair, and Friendly

25 5. We had many interesting discussions on Twain, Crane, and Dreiser, as I recall, but his favorite period was the 1920’s. He loved the expatriates: Anderson, cummings, Hemingway, Fitzgerald. He was always bringing in books for us to read, but when he got to this period, he was a walking library. I think he’d read every book ever written by or about Hemingway and Fitzgerald, or about Paris in the twenties. Yes, Mr. Jones was a fine teacher all right: he knew his subject, and he could teach it. But more than that, he made us love it, too. He made us want to continue to read it and study it on our own. TwainHemingwayTwainHemingway Text B: Firm, Fair, and Friendly

26 Ex. A, p. 198 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. A, p. 198 Comprehension

27 1.What set Mr. Jones apart from the other teachers? A)His passion for teaching and unusual concern for his students. B)His admirably good knowledge of what he taught. C)His determination to make sure that his students loved the subject and learn it well. D)All of the above. Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 1.What set Mr. Jones apart from the other teachers? A)His passion for teaching and unusual concern for his students. B)His admirably good knowledge of what he taught. C)His determination to make sure that his students loved the subject and learn it well. D)All of the above.

28 2.What impressed the author most about Mr. Jones? A)He always put his glasses into his mouth when he was thinking over something. B)He liked to wear a sweater and cared a lot about his appearance. C)The books he carried to class were always marked with strips of paper sticking out of them. D)The way he smiled comforted and encouraged the students. Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 2.What impressed the author most about Mr. Jones? A)He always put his glasses into his mouth when he was thinking over something. B)He liked to wear a sweater and cared a lot about his appearance. C)The books he carried to class were always marked with strips of paper sticking out of them. D)The way he smiled comforted and encouraged the students.

29 3.In paragraph 3, the author gives a detailed description of _____. A)Mr. Jones’ way of interacting with his students B)Mr. Jones’ teaching style C)Mr. Jones’ agreeable personality D)Mr. Jones’ way of handling offending students Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 3.In paragraph 3, the author gives a detailed description of _____. A)Mr. Jones’ way of interacting with his students B)Mr. Jones’ teaching style C)Mr. Jones’ agreeable personality D)Mr. Jones’ way of handling offending students

30 4.An “offending student” is one _____. A) who likes to start a quarrel B) who has committed a crime C) who has done something wrong in class D) who has aroused anger in his or her fellow students Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 4.An “offending student” is one _____. A) who likes to start a quarrel B) who has committed a crime C) who has done something wrong in class D) who has aroused anger in his or her fellow students

31 5.According to the author, Mr. Jones was a fine teacher primarily because _____. A)he was friendly, competent and willing to help students B)he was popular among the students C)he showed great concern for his students D)he made great personal efforts to see that his students learned the subject well Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 5.According to the author, Mr. Jones was a fine teacher primarily because _____. A)he was friendly, competent and willing to help students B)he was popular among the students C)he showed great concern for his students D)he made great personal efforts to see that his students learned the subject well

32 6.Mr. Jones preferred to handle the class in the form of _____. A)small-group discussions B)teacher-controlled lectures C)student-oriented discussions D)quizzes plus essay writing Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 6.Mr. Jones preferred to handle the class in the form of _____. A)small-group discussions B)teacher-controlled lectures C)student-oriented discussions D)quizzes plus essay writing

33 7.Mr. Jones often gave the students quizzes from time to time _____. A)to see if they had accomplished their reading assignments B)to push them to read literary publications C)to make sure that they had a thorough understanding of what they had read D)to encourage them to read as much and as widely as they could Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 7.Mr. Jones often gave the students quizzes from time to time _____. A)to see if they had accomplished their reading assignments B)to push them to read literary publications C)to make sure that they had a thorough understanding of what they had read D)to encourage them to read as much and as widely as they could

34 8.The expression “pop quizzes” (para. 4) probably refers to _____. A)achievement tests B)proficiency tests C)tests given without advance notice D)tests on popular culture Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 8.The expression “pop quizzes” (para. 4) probably refers to _____. A)achievement tests B)proficiency tests C)tests given without advance notice D)tests on popular culture

35 9.Which of the following provides solid evidence that Mr. Jones was a firm but fair teacher? A) He was somewhat formal in class though he was generally friendly and easy-going with people. B)He would not let off a student who had done his work carelessly, nor let go a well-written essay unnoticed. C)He was very strict in his grading standards and would not change a grade unless he was convinced of having been unfair. D)Both B) and C). Select the best answer to each of the following questions. Comprehension 9.Which of the following provides solid evidence that Mr. Jones was a firm but fair teacher? A) He was somewhat formal in class though he was generally friendly and easy-going with people. B)He would not let off a student who had done his work carelessly, nor let go a well-written essay unnoticed. C)He was very strict in his grading standards and would not change a grade unless he was convinced of having been unfair. D)Both B) and C).

36 Reading Skill Ex. B, p. 200 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. B, p. 200

37 Types of Context Clues (Part Two) words with similar meanings words used in contrast Reading Skill VII Guessing Unknown Words and Expression (III) Types of Context Clues (Part Two) Reading Skill

38 1.Mr. Jones was a tall, slender man in his mid-forties with gray, thinning hair. A) weak B) thin C) slight D) narrow 1.Mr. Jones was a tall, slender man in his mid-forties with gray, thinning hair. A) weak B) thin C) slight D) narrow Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

39 2.On rainy days he substituted a blue raincoat for the sweater. A) wore... instead of B) replaced... with C) exchanged... forD) used... for 2.On rainy days he substituted a blue raincoat for the sweater. A) wore... instead of B) replaced... with C) exchanged... forD) used... for Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

40 3.When he smiled, his whole face lit up; his eyes sparkled. A) softenedB) went wild with joy C) glaredD) shone 3.When he smiled, his whole face lit up; his eyes sparkled. A) softenedB) went wild with joy C) glaredD) shone Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

41 4.Though he was friendly and at ease with people, he was a bit formal in class, and he could be stern on occasion. A) cruel B) rude C) seriousD) unfriendly 4.Though he was friendly and at ease with people, he was a bit formal in class, and he could be stern on occasion. A) cruel B) rude C) seriousD) unfriendly Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

42 5.After a brief glance at his notes, he’d begin to move around as he talked — to the blackboard, to the window, back to the lectern. A) big chair B) narrow passage C) sloping desk D) lecture 5.After a brief glance at his notes, he’d begin to move around as he talked — to the blackboard, to the window, back to the lectern. A) big chair B) narrow passage C) sloping desk D) lecture Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

43 6.He directed the discussion, but he didn’t dominate it; for he was a good listener and made sure we all had a chance to respond. A) unduly influenceB) completely control C) demand D) instruct 6.He directed the discussion, but he didn’t dominate it; for he was a good listener and made sure we all had a chance to respond. A) unduly influenceB) completely control C) demand D) instruct Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

44 7.But he could be tough, too, nailing you for sloppy work or inattention. A) carelessly doneB) neglected C) dirty-lookingD) ugly 7.But he could be tough, too, nailing you for sloppy work or inattention. A) carelessly doneB) neglected C) dirty-lookingD) ugly Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

45 8.He was not an easy grader; we used to complain about his grading standards, usually to no avail. A) against our wish B) without efforts C) with no good reason D) without any result 8.He was not an easy grader; we used to complain about his grading standards, usually to no avail. A) against our wish B) without efforts C) with no good reason D) without any result Go over each of the following sentences carefully and select the answer that is closest in meaning to the underlined word or expressions. Reading Skill

46 Mark Twain ( , 美国作家 ) is the pseudonym of Samuel Longhorn Clemens, American humorist, writer, and lecturer who won a worldwide audience for his stories of youthful adventures, such as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 《 汤姆 · 索耶历险记》 (1876) and Life on the Mississippi (1883). His novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 《 哈克贝里 · 费恩历险记》 (1884), which concerns the adventures of a young runaway and an escaped slave, is considered the greatest achievement in American literature. Mark Twain Text-related information

47 Ernest Hemingway Ernest Hemingway ( 欧内斯特 海明威 ), American novelist and short-story writer, was the foremost spokesman for the “lost generation” of young intellectuals who were disillusioned and embittered by World War I. He is famous for his novels such as The Sun Also Rises 《太阳照样升起》 (1926), A Farewell to Arms 《永别了,武器》 (1929), For Whom the Bell Tolls 《丧钟为谁而鸣》 (1940), and The Old Man and the Sea (1952), which won the Pulitzer Prize in Hemingway received the Nobel prize for literature in Text-related information

48 — a… man… beginning to go bald a … man … with … thinning hair.

49 — sitting unsteadily on his nose … perched precariously on his nose

50 —Though Mr. Jones was friendly with us and liked us, he was never familiar —Though Mr. Jones was friendly with us and liked us, he was never familiar. He never called us by our first names. Background: In U.S. schools and colleges, it is usual for a teacher to call students by their first name. (Students would call a teacher Mr. Jones or Ms. Jones.) The fact that Mr. Jones uses last names is a mark of formality.

51 —…he could certainly make his students strongly aware of his displeasure (by some other means). …he could communicate his displeasure all right.

52 —… make certain that they didn’t fall behind the reading schedule. … to keep them current on the reading.

53 —caught you for work done carelessly or absent- mindedness in class … nailed you for sloppy work or inattention

54 — he wasn’t a teacher who gave good grades easily He wasn’t an easy grader.

55 — (our complaints) usually were of no help at all …, usually to no avail, …

56 Part 5.3, p. 67 《听说教程 I 》 : Part 5.3, p. 67 Listening Practice

57 You will hear 10 short conversations. After each conversation you will hear a question. Listen carefully and choose the best answer from the four choices given. Short Conversations Listening Practice

58 1.A.$12.50 B.$15.15 C.$ D.$9.15. Listening Practice

59 2.A.At a restaurant. B.At a bank. C.In a department store. D.At a ticket office. Listening Practice

60 3.A.Her son works quite a few hours. B.Her son works after school hours. C.Her son works long enough to earn his living. D.Her son is busy on weekends. Listening Practice

61 4.A.To the supermarket. B.To school C.Home. C.Home. D.To work. Listening Practice

62 5.A.His phone wasn’t working. B.Her phone was out of order. C.He was apparently out. D.Her husband asked her not to try again. Listening Practice

63 6.A.To come for supper. B.To invite him for supper. C.To ask for help D.To see if he is well. Listening Practice

64 7.A.He doesn’t like to read. B.Their taste in books is different. C.The library isn’t open late. D.She only reads alone. Listening Practice

65 8.A.lovely dress for her son’s graduation. B.Some silk in a light color. C.A graduation gift. D.A suit for the weather. Listening Practice

66 9.A.On Thursday evening, and on Friday and Sunday. B.On Thursday and Friday evenings, and on Sunday. C.On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. D.On Friday and Sunday. Listening Practice

67 10.A.To make a reservation for a flight. B.To check a reservation on flight 10. C.To cancel a reservation on flight 10 to London. D.To change a reservation on the next flight. Check-up Listening Practice

68 1.A. $12.50 B. $15.15 B. $15.15 C. $ C. $ D. $9.15. D. $ A. $12.50 B. $15.15 B. $15.15 C. $ C. $ D. $9.15. D. $9.15. Listening Practice 1.W:I want to buy a light metal shelf. M:Sorry, we’ve just sold out. W:Oh, that’s too bad. Will you be getting more? M:They’re on order, but I should warn you that the price has gone up. They were $12.50, but the new ones will be three dollars more. Q: What will be the price of the new ones?

69 2.A. At a restaurant. B. At a bank. B. At a bank. C. In a department store. C. In a department store. D. At a ticket office. 2.A. At a restaurant. B. At a bank. B. At a bank. C. In a department store. C. In a department store. D. At a ticket office. Listening Practice 2.W:Yes, sir. Can I help you? M:Yes. I wonder if you could cash some traveler’s cheques for me. W:Of course, sir. How much did you want to change? M:Well, it depends on the exchange rate really. What is it today in Swiss francs? W:Just a moment, sir. Yes, here it is. It’s five point eight to the pound. Q:Where does this conversation probably take place?

70 3.A. Her son works quite a few hours. B. Her son works after school hours. B. Her son works after school hours. C. Her son works long enough to earn his living. C. Her son works long enough to earn his living. D. Her son is busy on weekends.v D. Her son is busy on weekends.v 3.A. Her son works quite a few hours. B. Her son works after school hours. B. Her son works after school hours. C. Her son works long enough to earn his living. C. Her son works long enough to earn his living. D. Her son is busy on weekends.v D. Her son is busy on weekends.v Listening Practice 3.M:I hear your son’s taken a part-time job at the gas station. W:Yes. He wants to earn some extra money. M:But what about his studies? W:He works from 4 to 9 p.m. on Fridays and 1 to 10 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Q: What does the woman mean?

71 4.A. To the supermarket. B. To school C. Home. C. Home. D. To work. 4.A. To the supermarket. B. To school C. Home. C. Home. D. To work. Listening Practice 4.M:Hi, Shirley. W:Hi, Philip. How are you? M:I’m fine. Where are you heading? W:Oh, I’m on my way home from work. M:I didn’t know you had a job. W:Yeah, I work part-time at a supermarket. Q:Where was Shirley going when Philip met her?

72 5. A. His phone wasn’t working. B. Her phone was out of order. B. Her phone was out of order. C. He was apparently out. C. He was apparently out. D. Her husband asked her not to try again. D. Her husband asked her not to try again. 5. A. His phone wasn’t working. B. Her phone was out of order. B. Her phone was out of order. C. He was apparently out. C. He was apparently out. D. Her husband asked her not to try again. D. Her husband asked her not to try again. Listening Practice 5.M:I thought you were going to have the repairman come and fix the water heater. W:I tried calling him all day but his phone was apparently out of order. M:Why not call him again? W:I’ll do it tomorrow. Q:Why didn’t the repairman come?

73 6. A. To come for supper. B. To invite him for supper. B. To invite him for supper. C. To ask for help C. To ask for help D. To see if he is well. D. To see if he is well. 6. A. To come for supper. B. To invite him for supper. B. To invite him for supper. C. To ask for help C. To ask for help D. To see if he is well. D. To see if he is well. Listening Practice 6.W:I’m sorry to bother you at suppertime. M:Oh, it’s no bother. We just finished eating. Won’t you come in? W:I can’t. Our little girl Emily has come down with a high fever. M:I’m sorry. Is there anything I can do to help? W:I appreciate your asking. That’s why I’m here. Q:Why is the woman at the man’s door?

74 7. A. He doesn’t like to read. B. Their taste in books is different. B. Their taste in books is different. C. The library isn’t open late. C. The library isn’t open late. D. She only reads alone. D. She only reads alone. 7. A. He doesn’t like to read. B. Their taste in books is different. B. Their taste in books is different. C. The library isn’t open late. C. The library isn’t open late. D. She only reads alone. D. She only reads alone. Listening Practice 7.M:What are you doing in your spare time these days? W:Nothing special, just reading. M:Oh, anything good? W:Nothing you would like. Q:What does the woman mean?

75 8. A. lovely dress for her son’s graduation. B. Some silk in a light color. B. Some silk in a light color. C. A graduation gift. C. A graduation gift. D. A suit for the weather. D. A suit for the weather. 8. A. lovely dress for her son’s graduation. B. Some silk in a light color. B. Some silk in a light color. C. A graduation gift. C. A graduation gift. D. A suit for the weather. D. A suit for the weather. Listening Practice 8.M:May I help you? W:Yes. I’m looking for a dress to wear to my son’s graduation. I’d like something dressy. M:We have some lovely dresses. For this weather, I’d recommend a silk suit in a light color. W:But isn’t silk very difficult to take care of? M:No, not very. Q:What is the woman looking for?

76 9. A. On Thursday evening, and on Friday and Sunday. B. On Thursday and Friday evenings, and on Sunday. B. On Thursday and Friday evenings, and on Sunday. C. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. C. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. D. On Friday and Sunday. D. On Friday and Sunday. 9. A. On Thursday evening, and on Friday and Sunday. B. On Thursday and Friday evenings, and on Sunday. B. On Thursday and Friday evenings, and on Sunday. C. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. C. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. D. On Friday and Sunday. D. On Friday and Sunday. Listening Practice 9.W:May I help you? M:Yes, I’d like some tickets for next week’s Bolshoi Ballet performance. W:Which performance do you wish to attend? There will be three: Thursday and Friday evenings and on Sunday. M:Are there still seats available for all three performances? W:Very few together. Q:When will the ballet performances take place?

77 10. A. To make a reservation for a flight. B. To check a reservation on flight 10. B. To check a reservation on flight 10. C. To cancel a reservation on flight 10 to London. C. To cancel a reservation on flight 10 to London. D. To change a reservation on the next flight. D. To change a reservation on the next flight. 10. A. To make a reservation for a flight. B. To check a reservation on flight 10. B. To check a reservation on flight 10. C. To cancel a reservation on flight 10 to London. C. To cancel a reservation on flight 10 to London. D. To change a reservation on the next flight. D. To change a reservation on the next flight. Listening Practice 10.M:Hello, International Airlines, reservations. W:Hi. Can I get a seat on the 10 PM flight to London? M:I’m sorry, but it’s completely booked. W:Well, how about the flight tomorrow at two o’clock? M:One moment, please … Yes, ma’am, I can give you a seat on that. Q: What is the purpose of the telephone call?

78 Assignment 1.Dear students: You will find two stories in Text C, with the first one ending at paragraph 6 and the second one beginning from paragraph 7. You and your partner each are supposed to choose one to read after class. Make sure do not read your partner’s story. Make sure do not read your partner’s story. 2. Analyze the structure of Text A. 3.Review Text A.


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