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2 21st Century College English: Book 3 Unit 1: Part C

3 Assignment Checkup Assignment CheckupAssignment CheckupAssignment Checkup Text B Text BText BText B Listening PracticeListening PracticeListening PracticeListening Practice Oral Practice Oral PracticeOral PracticeOral Practice Assignment AssignmentAssignment Unit 1: Part C Coming of Age

4 Assignment Checkup Word BuildingWord Building  Ex. VI Ex. VI Ex. VI  Ex. VII Ex. VII Ex. VII

5 Word Building Ex. VI, p. 13 《读写教程 III 》 : Ex. VI, p. 13

6 Word Building prince + -ess  princess tiger + -ess  tigress Example:Suffix-ess to be added to: nouns to form: nouns to mean: females and female animals

7 Word Building 1.Guanyin is sometimes called “The Iron ___________ of Mercy”.   Goddess VI. Give the noun form of the following words and then choose the correct word for each of the sentences below. actoremperorgodmaster waiterlionpriestheir 2.Most of the ___________ you meet in Hollywood restaurants came there in hopes of becoming ___________.   waitresses, actresses

8 Word Building VI. Give the noun form of the following words and then choose the correct word for each of the sentences below. actoremperorgodmaster waiterlionpriestheir 3.___________ do most of the hunting while their mates look after their offspring. 4. Do you think the Western press goes too far in publishing stories about politicians’ love affairs, ___________ and so on?   mistresses   Lionesses

9 Word Building Ex. VII, p. 13 《读写教程 III 》 : Ex. VII, p. 13

10 Word Building e.g. employee = a person who is employed Suffix-ee to be added to: verbs to form: nouns to mean: a person to whom the stated action is done to mean: a person who acts in the stated way e.g. devotee = a person who is devoted to sth. or sb.

11 Word Building 1.In an oral English test, the ___________ is expected to speak fluently on various topics.   examinee VII. Give the noun form of the following words and then choose the correct word for each of the sentences below. examinee refereeappointeerefugeepayee examinee refereeappointeerefugeepayee addressee traineeescapeeabsentee addressee traineeescapeeabsentee 2.As a ___________ you’ll be paid only half of the usual salary, but it’s excellent preparation for your future career.   trainee

12 Word Building 3.Almost all the students took part in the ceremony. The only ___________ was Sally Maxim.   absentee VII. Give the noun form of the following words and then choose the correct word for each of the sentences below. examinee refereeappointeerefugeepayee examinee refereeappointeerefugeepayee addressee traineeescapeeabsentee addressee traineeescapeeabsentee 4.The war drove these people out of their homeland and they became ___________ in lands where they weren’t welcome.   refugees

13 Word Building 5.Years ago, Owen dreamed writing a message at his desk and having it immediately transmitted to any ___________ on Earth.   addressee VII. Give the noun form of the following words and then choose the correct word for each of the sentences below. examinee refereeappointeerefugeepayee examinee refereeappointeerefugeepayee addressee traineeescapeeabsentee addressee traineeescapeeabsentee 6.The ___________ was recaptured after five days on the run.   escapee

14 Conversation 2Conversation 2Conversation 2Conversation 2 Passage 2Passage 2Passage 2Passage 2 Listening Practice

15 《听说教程 III 》 Part 4.3, p. 12

16 Listening Practice Conversation 2 Questions

17 6.A.She is tired. B.She doesn’t like standing. C.She thinks women look terrible standing at the bar. D.The waiter asks her to sit down instead of standing. Listening Practice

18 7.A.It’s bad for her health. B.She doesn’t enjoy smoking. C.It’s a nasty habit. D.All of above. Listening Practice

19 8.A.The man’s mother keeps asking him to give up smoking. B.The woman persuades the man to give up smoking. C.The man’s mother asked the woman to persuade him to give up smoking. D.The man thinks it easy to give up smoking. Listening Practice

20 9.A. It’s unnecessary. B. It’s the easiest thing in the world. C. It’s nonsense. D. It’s hard. Listening Practice

21 10.A.The man has never tried to give up smoking. B.The woman has talked the man into giving up smoking. C.The man has given up smoking. D.It’s hard for the man to give up smoking. Listening Practice Check-up

22 A.She is tired. B.She doesn’t like standing. C.She thinks women look terrible standing at the bar. D.The waiter asks her to sit down instead of standing. 6.Why does the woman want to sit down somewhere? A.She is tired. B.She doesn’t like standing. C.She thinks women look terrible standing at the bar. D.The waiter asks her to sit down instead of standing. Listening Practice

23 A.It’s bad for her health. B.She doesn’t enjoy smoking. C.It’s a nasty habit. D.All of above. 7.Why has the woman decided to give up smoking? A.It’s bad for her health. B.She doesn’t enjoy smoking. C.It’s a nasty habit. D.All of above. Listening Practice

24 A.The man’s mother keeps asking him to give up smoking. B.The woman persuades the man to give up smoking. C.The man’s mother asked the woman to persuade him to give up smoking. D.The man thinks it easy to give up smoking. 8.Which of the following statements is NOT true? A.The man’s mother keeps asking him to give up smoking. B.The woman persuades the man to give up smoking. C.The man’s mother asked the woman to persuade him to give up smoking. D.The man thinks it easy to give up smoking. Listening Practice

25 A. It’s unnecessary. B. It’s the easiest thing in the world. C. It’s nonsense. D. It’s hard. 9.What does the man think of giving up smoking? A. It’s unnecessary. B. It’s the easiest thing in the world. C. It’s nonsense. D. It’s hard. Listening Practice

26 A.The man has never tried to give up smoking. B.The woman has talked the man into giving up smoking. C.The man has given up smoking. D.It’s hard for the man to give up smoking. 10.What can we learn from this conversation? A.The man has never tried to give up smoking. B.The woman has talked the man into giving up smoking. C.The man has given up smoking. D.It’s hard for the man to give up smoking. Listening Practice Script

27 W:Can we sit down somewhere, Jim? I don’t like standing here. M:All right. Look! There’s a table over there. Come on. W:(sitting down) This is much more comfortable. I think women look terrible standing at the bar. M:Really? I don’t think so. Anyway, cheers! W:Cheers! M:Would you like a cigarette? W:No, thanks. I’ve decided to give up smoking. M:Really? Why? W:Well…it’s just that I think if you don’t enjoy doing something any more you should stop doing it. M:I see. You mean you don’t enjoy smoking any more? W:That’s right. You should give it up, too. It’s bad for your health. M:Stop talking like my mother. That’s what she keeps saying. W:But it’s true. It’s a nasty habit. I can’t think why I ever started. Anyway, it’s obviously got you in its grip. M:What do you mean? What are you talking about? W:I mean you couldn’t give it up. M:Who? Me? Couldn’t give up smoking? Nonsense! Of course I could! I know I could! W:How do you know? M:Because I’ve already proved it. Smoking’s the easiest thing in the world to give up. I’ve done it hundreds of times! Listening Practice

28 《听说教程 III 》 Part 4.3, p. 14

29 Listening Practice Passage 2 Questions

30 6.A.The problem has become less serious these years. B.The deficits were covered by government subsidies. C.People considered this problem inevitable. D.It had nothing to do with them. Listening Practice

31 7.A.To take action to reduce the deficits. B.To reform the National Railways. C.To set up a commission to solve the problem. D.To cancel the subsidies. Listening Practice

32 8.A.Local lines carried few passengers. B.The National Railways had too few local lines. C.The National Railways had far too few employees. D.The National Railways paid the employees too much. Listening Practice

33 9.A.To close the unprofitable lines. B.To increase the local lines. C.To lower the employees’ wages. D.To hire more qualified workers. Listening Practice

34 10.A.No new workers will be hired for seven years. B.New workers will be hired for seven years. C.Over forty lines will be opened. D.Over forty lines will be closed. Listening Practice Check-up

35 A.The problem has become less serious these years. B.The deficits were covered by government subsidies. C.People considered this problem inevitable. D.It had nothing to do with them. 6.Why did people pay little attention to the National Railways’ problem? A.The problem has become less serious these years. B.The deficits were covered by government subsidies. C.People considered this problem inevitable. D.It had nothing to do with them. Listening Practice

36 A.To take action to reduce the deficits. B.To reform the National Railways. C.To set up a commission to solve the problem. D.To cancel the subsidies. 7.What did Opposition leaders want the Government to do? A.To take action to reduce the deficits. B.To reform the National Railways. C.To set up a commission to solve the problem. D.To cancel the subsidies. Listening Practice

37 A.Local lines carried few passengers. B.The National Railways had too few local lines. C.The National Railways had far too few employees. D.The National Railways paid the employees too much. 8.Which of the following was one of the reasons for the deficit? A.Local lines carried few passengers. B.The National Railways had too few local lines. C.The National Railways had far too few employees. D.The National Railways paid the employees too much. Listening Practice

38 A.To close the unprofitable lines. B.To increase the local lines. C.To lower the employees’ wages. D.To hire more qualified workers. 9.What did the Commission advise the Government to do? A.To close the unprofitable lines. B.To increase the local lines. C.To lower the employees’ wages. D.To hire more qualified workers. Listening Practice

39 A.No new workers will be hired for seven years. B.New workers will be hired for seven years. C.Over forty lines will be opened. D.Over forty lines will be closed. 10.What will it probably do to make the railways more efficient? A.No new workers will be hired for seven years. B.New workers will be hired for seven years. C.Over forty lines will be opened. D.Over forty lines will be closed. Listening Practice Script

40 The National Railways have been losing money for years, but until recently nobody paid much attention to the problem. The deficits were covered by government subsidies which were financed out of general taxation. This year, however, the railways made a record loss and leaders of the Opposition demanded that the Government take action to reduce the deficit. The Prime Minister, anticipating an angry reaction from taxpayers, ordered that a commission be set up to find ways of making the railways more efficient. The Commission’s report, which was published three days ago, showed that most of the losses were made on local lines with few passengers. It also indicated that the National Railways had far too many employees. The Commission recommended that unprofitable lines be closed and that the work force be reduced. The Government has already accepted these recommendations in principle and is now considering which lines to close and how to trim the work force. Although there have been no official announcements yet, it is believed that over forty lines will be closed and that no new worker will be hired for several years. Listening Practice

41 Text B Text B: Coming of Age  Pre-reading Task Pre-reading Task Pre-reading Task  Language Points Language Points Language Points  Comprehension Comprehension

42 Reading Comprehension Skill: Appreciating Figurative Language Reading Comprehension Skill: Appreciating Figurative Language In Unit 6, Book 2, we worked with figures of speech: language that uses images or mental pictures to appeal to readers’ imaginations, and to allow writers to create complex associations that go beyond the power of literal language. Effective readers know how to recognize and interpret figures of speech in order to understand the author’s meaning more deeply and think about ideas in new ways. Pre-reading Task

43 Examine the colored words and phrases in the sentences below. What comparisons are being made? What mental pictures do they bring to your mind? What ideas is the author trying to convey? Try to figure out what they mean in the sentences. 1.A young man’s first car is less a means of transportation than a monument to his discovery of youthful freedom.   A young man’s first car is compared to a monument — something that is _____________. Pre-reading Task  fairly permanent, admirable, noble, significant, etc.

44 2.Before long, that car and I had become the best of friends.   The mental picture the best of friends brings is that the car and the writer are _______________. Pre-reading Task  emotionally linked, inseparable, enjoying one another and willing to do a lot for each other

45 3.I piled ten friends into the car.   The writer pushed his friends into the car in a ______________ way, perhaps as if they were ______________. Pre-reading Task   disorderly / careless / thoughtless;   objects

46 4.The car was far from a beauty, but she was mine.   The word she is used to convey the writer’s ______________ for his car, as if it was a ______________ being. Pre-reading Task   affection;   delicate, sensitive emotional

47 5.I’ve never questioned my youthful emotions that day when the mechanic delivered his sad verdict.   The word verdict conveys a feeling of ______________. Pre-reading Task  inescapable doom — a life-changing statement

48  Our friendship is compared to the blaze which gives us ______________. Pre-reading Task  care  warmth, light and comfort 6.In that old car of mine, we had stockpiled memories like firewood, knowing that someday, somewhere, we would gather as gray-haired men to relight the blaze of our friendship.   Something that is stockpiled is gathered with ______________, ready to use someday when it would be needed.

49 Language Points Text B Coming of Age Sam Walker Sam Walker

50 Coming of Age Sam Walker Sam Walker 1 Okay, I’ll admit it. Sitting behind the wheel of my first car before it was towed off to the junkyard, I cried. You can tell me a car is only so much glass and steel, but I’ll never apologize for losing my cool that day. A young man’s first car is less a means of transportation than a monument to his discovery of youthful freedom. At least mine was. Sitting behind the wheelwas towed off to the junkyardYou can tell me a car is only so much glass and steel, but I’ll never apologize for losing my cool that day.A young man’s first car is less a means of transportation than a monument to his discovery of youthful freedom.Sitting behind the wheelwas towed off to the junkyardYou can tell me a car is only so much glass and steel, but I’ll never apologize for losing my cool that day.A young man’s first car is less a means of transportation than a monument to his discovery of youthful freedom. Language Points

51 2 It had all started two years earlier: Soon after my 16th birthday, my parents retired the old red family car and passed it on to me. Before long, that car and I had become the best of friends. We gave rides to just about anyone who asked, anytime, anywhere, and had all sorts of adventures. my parents retired the old red family car my parents retired the old red family car Language Points

52 3 Some of those adventures were pretty hair-raising. One famous afternoon after school, I piled ten friends into the car, including Eric, who opted to ride in the trunk rather than be left behind. We were just driving around, feeling good, talking about everything and nothing. And although I had been going only about 20 miles an hour, the collision with a school bus full of seven-year-olds crumpled the front of my car. My first thought was of Eric in the trunk. I rushed over and opened it to find him lying there motionless. I gasped. He opened his eyes and laughed: “You’re the worst driver on the planet.” I piled ten friends into the caroptedcrumpledI piled ten friends into the caroptedcrumpled Language Points

53 4 Bystanders stared as, one by one, ten dazed high-school sophomores crawled out of my car. No one on the bus was hurt, though one little girl was crying because she had to go to the bathroom. As far as the little boys were concerned, I was a hero. They crowded around me in admiration. Even the police officers managed to smile. dazedEven the police officers managed to smile.dazedEven the police officers managed to smile. 5 My parents — furious, of course — settled on my punishment: I would use my upcoming summer wages to pay for the repairs. To lessen the financial blow, I insisted that the mechanic fix the car with used parts. So when the work was completed, the old red car had a green hood, a yellow fender and a blue door. I didn’t care. The car was far from a beauty, but she was mine. My parents — furious, of course — settled on my punishment My parents — furious, of course — settled on my punishment Language Points

54 6 That summer, once school was out, I found my freedom expanded hugely. On days when my friends and I would once have ridden bikes to the public pool, we drove my car along the river road to explore an old abandoned train station. Instead of riding to baseball games in the coach’s van like little kids, we now rode in my car as sophisticated adults. We wore sunglasses, and spit sunflower seeds out the window, and felt as good as if we’d already won the game. That summer, once school was out, I found my freedom expanded hugely. That summer, once school was out, I found my freedom expanded hugely. Language Points

55 7 One night while I was washing dishes at the restaurant where I worked, my friends removed the wheels from my car and left it standing disabled and awkward on concrete blocks in the parking lot. Deciding the best reaction to their trick was to ignore it, I walked home. The next morning I found the car in front of my house, covered with a two-inch layer of shaving cream. 8 One by one, my friends got driver’s licenses and brought different automotive options to our fold. But after a few days trying out whoever was the newest, we always wound up back in my old car. Even then, I wondered why. It wasn’t flashy — except for those multi-colored parts, it looked just like the sensible family car it had once been. It wasn’t fast — 55 miles an hour was a stretch. And it certainly wasn’t comfortable — there was no air conditioning, and on hot days our bare legs stuck to the seats. One by one, my friends got driver’s licenses and brought different automotive options to our fold.wound upit looked just like the sensible family car55 miles an hour was a stretch One by one, my friends got driver’s licenses and brought different automotive options to our fold.wound upit looked just like the sensible family car55 miles an hour was a stretch Language Points

56 9 Not until its engine died did I realize what had made the car so special. While most of my friends invested in car stereos that could rattle windows a block away, I stuck with the old original radio that barely picked up two stations on a good night. Mostly, we just left it turned off. There were no bored silences or demands that I buy a better radio, though. We filled the musical void by arguing about girls, making up silly songs about one another, or telling stories. car stereos that could rattle windows a block awayThere were no bored silences or demands that I buy a better radio, though.car stereos that could rattle windows a block awayThere were no bored silences or demands that I buy a better radio, though. Language Points

57 10 But the moments that truly stand out were more sober. I’ll never forget the silence as we drove home from the playoff game in which our team was eliminated. Nor the nights when Charlie talked about his parents’ financial troubles, Tom spoke sadly of his father’s absence, and Eric told us of his dream of playing professional hockey. But the moments that truly stand out were more sober. But the moments that truly stand out were more sober. Language Points

58 11 Since we graduated from high school, my friends and I have spread out across the country and grown into adults. Yet I’ve never forgotten my youthful emotions that day when the mechanic delivered his sad verdict. In that old car of mine, we had stockpiled memories like firewood, knowing that someday, somewhere, we would gather as gray-haired men to relight the blaze of our friendship. the mechanic delivered his sad verdict stockpiledthe mechanic delivered his sad verdict stockpiled Language Points

59 sit behind the wheel —take the driver’s seat wheel = steering wheel Paraphrase:  I never feel safe with Richard at the wheel. 你认为你能连续开几个小时的车吗? I never feel safe when Richard drives. Translation  Do you think you could take the wheel for a couple of hours?

60 be towed off to the junkjard —(of a car, etc.) be thrown away; be dispose of as useless junkjard = a place to which people take things that they no longer want Example:  The road was closed while the vehicles that had been involved in the accident were towed off. tow off — remove a vehicleusu. by a towing truck

61 You can tell me a car is only so much glass and steel, but I’ll never apologize for losing my cool that day. apology for doing sth. — to tell someone that you are sorry for having done something Paraphrase: ? I agree that a car is nothing but glass and steel, but I had good reason for getting excited that day. Example:  She apologizes for having to leave at 3:30 p.m.

62 A young man’s first car is less a means of transportation than a monument to his discovery of youthful freedom. Paraphrase: ? A young man’s first car is not mainly a vehicle used for traveling from one place to another ; rather it is a lasting evidence of the beginning of the life of a young man free from parental control.

63 my parents retired that old red family car — my parents gave up using that old red family car retire vt. — withdraw from usual use or service Example:  Since she retired from the company, she has begun to work as a volunteer for a charity.

64 One famous afternoon after school, I piled ten friends into the car,... pile vt. — put … one top of another Example:  As soon as the rain stopped, the children piled into the car excitedly. Paraphrase: ? On a nice afternoon after school, I had ten friends crowded into the car…

65 opt vt. — choose; decide (to do sth.) Example:  When he left school, he opted to go to college and study for a degree, rather than getting a job straight away.

66 crumple vt. — to (cause to ) become full of irregular folds Example:  Mary crumpled up the letter and threw it in the bin.

67 daze vt. — to make confused or unable to think clearly Example:  The collision dazed me for a while, but I soon recovered.  Everyone was dazed by the news of her sudden death.

68 Even the police officers managed to smile. Paraphrase: ? Even the police officers (who normally look very serious on such occasions) couldn’t help feeling amused.

69 My parents — furious, of course — settled on my punishment: … settled on/upon — decide on, agree on Paraphrase: ? My parents who are very angry decided on how I should be punished. Example:  Have you settled on a name for the baby?

70 That summer, once school was out, I found my freedom expanded hugely. Paraphrase: ? That summer, as soon as school was over, I found myself even more free from my parents’ control.

71 One by one, my friends got driver’s licenses and brought different automotive options to our fold. Paraphrase: ? One after another, my friends got driver’s licenses and brought cars of different makes to our group.

72 wind up 3)to tell (someone) something that is not true as a joke or in order to annoy him/someone Example:  I’m able to just ignore him when he’s being annoying but he gets Mary really wound up. Example:  I think it’s about time we wound this meeting up. 1)to end (something) Example:  If he carries on like this he’s going to wind up in prison! 2)to come to be in an unexpected and usually unpleasant situation

73 … it looked just like the sensible family car… Paraphrase: ? … it looked just like the type of car that is practical and strong for home use …

74 … 55 miles an hour was a stretch. — …55 miles an hour was to the maximum at full stretch: using all your available skill, energy and ability to do it Example:  It is impossible to increase output – we’re already working at full stretch. By no stretch / No by any stretch of the imagination describing things that are impossible to believe, even with a lot of effort Example:  By no stretch of the imagination could he be seriously described as an artist.

75 … car stereos that could rattle windows a block away … Paraphrase: ? … car stereos from which the sound was so loud as to shake the windows some distance away …

76 There were no bored silences or demands that I buy a better radio, though. Paraphrase:? It never happened, however, that we felt bored and in no mood for talking or anyone of us demanded that buy a better radio.

77 But the moments that truly stand out were more sober. Paraphrase: ? But the truly special moments were those when we were more serious.

78 the mechanic delivered his sad verdict — the mechanic concluded that the car was beyond repair verdict n. — an opinion or decision made after judging the facts that are given Example:  The judge directed the jury to deliver a verdict of unlawful killing.

79 stockpile n. — a large amount of food, goods or weapons which are kept ready for future use Example:  They have a stockpile of weapons that will last several months.

80 Comprehension Ex. VIII, p. 28 《读写教程 III 》 : Ex. VIII, p. 28

81 1.The author is now sorry that he lost control over his emotions when his first car was towed off to the junkyard. 2.The author views his feelings for his first car as typical for many teenagers. 3.Eric chose to ride in the trunk in order to be more comfortable. 4.The collision with the school bus occurred because the author was driving too fast. 5.The author’s parents had the car fixed with multi- colored parts to punish the author. F T F FComprehension F XVIII. Mark the following statements true or false?

82 6.The author’s friends preferred to ride to games in the author’s car instead of the coaches van because of the sense of freedom it gave them. 7.After his friends got their own cars, they still preferred to ride in the author’s car even though it was ugly and uncomfortable. 8.The bad radio was one of the main reasons why the author’s old car was special. 9.The mechanic’s “sad verdict” (paragraph 11) refers to the repairs made with multi-colored parts. 10.The author regrets stockpiling memories in the old car. T T T F FComprehension

83 Oral Practice Activity 1Activity 1Activity 1Activity 1 Activity 2Activity 2Activity 2Activity 2

84 Function We already know many ways of prefacing a simple opinion: in my view, as I see it, in my opinion, etc. There are some other strategies we often use to further express our disagreement as a discussion continues. Here are more expressions. Function Oral Practice

85 Contradicting Bluntly That’s absurd! That’s ridiculous! Nonsense!Rubbish! Come off it! That’s not true! Come on! Dismissing a Point That makes no difference! That’s irrelevant! That’s beside the point! But that just doesn’t make sense! That has nothing to do with it! Discussion Function Oral Practice

86 Topic 1 Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 4 Oral Practice

87 What do you think of “falling in love” in college? For: favorable to study personal right enrich college life … Against: distraction from study time-consuming too early … 1 Oral Practice Topic 1 Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 4

88 Do you agree that “love is blind” or “love me, love my dog”? 2 Oral Practice Topic 1 Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 4

89 3 Do you think that romantic love provides a good foundation for marriage? Oral Practice Topic 1 Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 4

90 4 Should people get married because they love each other or should they get married first and then begin to love each other afterwards? Oral Practice Topic 1 Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 4

91 What do you think of “falling in love” in college? Do you agree that “love is blind” or “love me, love my dog”? Do you think that romantic love provides a good foundation for marriage? Should people get married because they love each other or should they get married first and then begin to love each other afterwards? Oral Practice

92 In what order of importance would you rate the following factors in choosing a marriage partner? Give brief reasons for your first and last choices. Topic for Argument Argument a.Romantic feeling b.Similar cultural background c.Physical attraction d.Similar goals for the future e.Shared interests f.Genetic factors g.Sense of humor h.Intelligence i.Wealth j.Strength of character k.sincerity Oral Practice

93 1. Read Text C and do the exercises. 2. Learn all the new words in Unit Think about the following questions: 1)Is “ladies first” a principle that applies anywhere? 2)If men and women are equal now, should men offer to help women or just let women help themselves? AssignmentAssignment


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