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1 1 2 pungent: sharp, stinging sentient: having feeling 有 感觉的,有知觉的 spam: 一种剁碎的火腿 crap: ( sl.) 不愉快的事 对 … 很挑剔.

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1 1 1 2 pungent: sharp, stinging sentient: having feeling 有 感觉的,有知觉的 spam: 一种剁碎的火腿 crap: ( sl.) 不愉快的事 对 … 很挑剔

2 2 3 4 constipate: 便秘 diarrheic/poo tea: 通便茶

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4 4 in a dorm four students share one bedroom appear excited playing cards/chatting look cheerful make a lot of noise enjoy doing sth. do sth. to one’s heart’s content for describing states

5 5 a round-faced girl too excited to control one’s emotion roar with laughter have the conscience to do sth. speak in a high-pitched voice take no notice of… for describing one ’ s acts for describing one ’ s look

6 6  try to concentrate on one’s book  The noise is too loud for one to follow the lines in the book.  be annoyed  wear an angry look  frown with anger  be beside oneself with anger  put up with sb./sth.

7 7  control one’s temper  restrain one’s fury  the annoyed look betrays one’s anger  pretend to sleep  stop one’s ears with the pillows/quilt  a silent protest  turn one’s back on sb.  give a snort of contempt Actions taken

8 8  in a dorm  four students share one bedroom appear excited playing cards/chatting look cheerful make a lot of noise enjoy doing sth. do sth. to one’s heart’s content

9 9 a round-faced girl too excited to control one’s emotion roar with laughter have the conscience to do sth. speak in a high-pitched voice take no notice of…

10 10  try to concentrate on one’s book  The noise is too loud for one to follow the lines in the book.  be annoyed  wear an angry look  frown with anger  be beside oneself with anger  put up with sb./sth.

11 11  control one’s temper  restrain one’s fury  the annoyed look betrays one’s anger  pretend to sleep  stop one’s ears with the pillows/quilt  a silent protest  turn one’s back on sb.  give a snort of contempt

12 12 How to Live with my Roommates

13 13 What’s the topic of the passage? Despite what your parents and others try to make you believe, life at college may not be the best experience you will ever live through? Why? The simple one- word answer is: roommates.

14 14 What’s the topic of the passage? What does the passage mainly talk about?

15 15 Where the topic of a passage can be found? Part A, Unit 13, Book II  The first several sentences of a passage.  Sentences near its end since the concluding sentences usually give a summary of the major points of a passage.  Repeated words or expressions in a passage.

16 16 How to Live with my Roommates

17 17 compromise How to Live with my Roommates

18 18 How to Live with them For example/instance, … A … means refers to is referred to as can be defined as a person who … If I lived with a …, I would …. … …

19 19 How to Live with a Sloven sloven: a person who is untidy, dirty, careless, slipshod, sloppy in his appearance, dress, habits, etc. scatter one’s stuff here and there make his place/the dorm in a mess have a bath once a month pile up the dirty clothes never wash his sports shoes a rough diamond (外表粗糙但内心品质良好的人) or a pain in the neck (令人讨厌的人) or a thorn in one’s flesh (令人烦恼的人) ?

20 20 How to Live with an Egoist selfish/self-centered/egocentric always think of oneself take one’s benefits for granted secure small/petty advantages at other people’s expense (占被人的便宜) be mean over one’s own stuff (对自己的东西很吝啬) be reluctant to share one’s stuff with other people be particular about one’s own material goods never/seldom care about other people’s feelings a pain in the neck or a thorn in one’s flesh

21 21 How to Live with a Cold Fish a cold fish: an eccentric (举止古怪的) and cold person an eccentric (举止古怪的人) as cold as charity: be indifferent to sb./sth. (对 … 很 漠然) have no friends fond of solitude/being alone unsociable a quiet person

22 22 How to Live with a Fault-Finder find fault with sb./sth. be particular/picky/fussy/hypercritical about trifles look a gift horse in mouth (接受礼物不道谢反而 很挑剔) not easygoing not considerate a pain in the neck or a thorn in one’s flesh

23 23 How to Live with a Magpie chatter like a magpie (喋喋不休) never stop talking buttonhole a person (拉着别人说个不停) make other people climb the wall(s) (让别人发疯) a pain in the neck or a thorn in one’s flesh

24 24 How to Live with a Big Mouth a big mouth: a gossiper a fly on the wall (偷听别人讲话的人) poke one’s nose in/into what other people prefer to keep hidden amuse oneself by setting other people by the ears (以搬弄是非 / 挑拨离间为乐) a trouble maker/a bad apple a pain in the neck or a thorn in one’s flesh

25 25 How to Live with a Person who is Preeminent try to be best of all be eager to outshine others strive to/be keen to outdo others in everything be eager to do well/excel in every thing eager to put one’s best foot forward: eager to get on with one’s work as fast as one can (全力以赴做工 作) bite off more than one can chew: be over-ambitious be sensitive/susceptible to one’s dignity be aggressive

26 26 Enjoy yourselves on our campus!


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