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2 Unit 10 : Part B 21st Century College English: Book 1

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

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

5 Dictation You are going to hear 5 sentences. Each will be read three times. Write down the sentences according to the dictation. 1122334455 Check-up

6 Dictation Is cloning unethical and dangerous — or is it a valuable research tool? Wilmut knew that each cell of the body contains a full set of genetic instructions — a blueprint to grow a complete individual. Other scientists have jumped in to repeat Wilmut’s experiment with other animals, including cows. The younger twin might grow up with different influences — say, unusual friends or special teachers. 11 22 33 44 55 Some opponents of cloning also object to the use of animals as research tools.

7 Assignment Check-up VocabularyVocabulary  Ex. IV Ex. IV Ex. IV  Ex. V Ex. V Ex. V

8 Vocabulary Ex. IV, p. 277 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. IV, p. 277

9 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 1.At school they always tried to ___________ Bill and me because we were considered trouble-makers. 2.Nowadays it is understood that a diet which ___________ nothing harmful may yet result in serious disease if certain important elements are missing.  separate  contains

10 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 3.Olympic athletes often have to give a urine __________ to prove that they have not been taking drugs. 4.The Ministry of Transport claims that when the speed limit was introduced in the late sixties, __________ accidents were reduced by 15 percent.  sample  fatal

11 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 5.The region has enormous __________ for economic development but a lot of investment is needed to achieve this. 6.Until __________, people who were left-handed were considered strange, and left-handed children were encouraged to use their right hand.  potential  recently

12 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 7.The trouble with English grammar is that there are too many _________ to the rules. 8.We are trying to build up _________ markets for our products because the domestic demand is not likely to go on increasing in the next few years.  exceptions  overseas

13 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 9.The city government has __________ a ban on smoking in public places. 10.It was said at the start of the broadcast that the interview contained language that some viewers might find ___________.  imposed  offensive

14 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 11.The child had gone into the park. ___________, his mother was searching for him in the street. 12.She’s been a ___________ help to me over the last few months.  Meanwhile  tremendous

15 Vocabulary IV.Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the form where necessary. 13.None of our __________ at contacting Prof. Smith was successful. 14.The system has its zealous supporters and equally zealous ___________.  attempts  opponents

16 Ex. V, p. 278 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. V, p. 278 Vocabulary

17 Vocabulary V.Replace the underlined parts in the following sentences with phrases or expressions from the text that best keep the original meaning. 1.My friend Rutherford began working as an engineer but later became a teacher. 2.After graduation from college, Dana worked in her father’s company for six years before establishing her own business.  started out  setting up

18 Vocabulary V.Replace the underlined parts in the following sentences with phrases or expressions from the text that best keep the original meaning. 3.The meal will be ready in half an hour; meanwhile let’s have a drink. 4.Theoretically, the journey from Shanghai to Nanjing ought to take three hours, but in practice it usually takes four because of roadworks (道路施工).  in the meantime  In theory

19 Vocabulary V.Replace the underlined parts in the following sentences with phrases or expressions from the text that best keep the original meaning. 5.It is said that James Watt’s observation of steam issuing from kettle originated the idea of the steam engine. 6.At the recent conference on AIDS held in Geneva, experts pointed out that medical science had developed quickly in the last twenty years.  gave birth to  had forged ahead

20 Vocabulary V.Replace the underlined parts in the following sentences with phrases or expressions from the text that best keep the original meaning. 7.Animal-rights activists strongly oppose the use of animals as research tools. 8.They wish to know whether machines can reproduce themselves. To put it another way, are we really certain that a machine can do only what its programmer instructs it to do?  object to  In other words

21 Vocabulary V.Replace the underlined parts in the following sentences with phrases or expressions from the text that best keep the original meaning. 9.As our discussion on cloning got more and more heated, Aunt Lena also joined in. 10.I swear quite a lot when I get angry, but I do avoid using certain words.  jumped in  draw the line at

22 Cloze Ex. X, p. 281 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. X, p. 281

23 Recently, a Scottish scientist _____ that he had cloned a baby lamb from the udder _____ of an adult sheep. The two sheep are _____ twins, as they share exactly the same genes, but this is the first time there have _____ been twins of such different ages. This new _____ technique has many applications which could help humans. In _____, cloned animals could be used to produce medicines or to grow _____ specially designed so that they are easier to transplant into people. announced cells identical ever cloning theory organs Cloze each of the blanks with an appropriate word. XIII. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word.

24 Although this cloning breakthrough was a great technological _____, it has also _____ a great debate. For _____ thing, some animal-rights activists are _____ in arms because they think it is wrong to treat animals like machines. Even more so, cloning _____ the way we think about reproduction. We have always considered each human as an individual, unique _____. No one knows how life _____ be different for the first human clone. For this reason, many scientists draw the _____ at doing research on the cloning of human beings. Cloze each of the blanks with an appropriate word. XIII. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate word. accomplishment triggered one up alters organism would line

25 Ex. XI, p. 282 《读写教程 I 》 : Ex. XI, p. 282 Translation XIV. Translate the following sentences into English.

26 1.1984 年,一位丹麦科学家宣布,他已首次从羊的胚胎中分 离出了细胞 。 announce for the first time A scientist in Denmark announced in 1984 that, for the first time, he had separated cells from a sheep’s embryo. separate Translation

27 2. 汤姆坚持认为这一地区具有开采黄金的巨大潜力,但要实 现这一潜力需要大量投资。 maintain have potential for investment is needed Translation Tom maintains that this area has tremendous potential for mining gold, but a lot of investment Is needed to achieve this.

28 3. 与英国和德国不同,美国还没有宣布克隆人为非法,但克 林顿总统已建立了一个由科学家和伦理学家组成的专门小 组研究这一问题。 Unlike to outlaw to set up a panel Translation Unlike Britain or Germany, the U.S. hasn’t outlawed the cloning of humans, but President Clinton has set up a panel of scientists and ethicists to study the issue..

29 4. 理论上说,你的计划听上去不错,但实际上行得通吗 ? in theory work in practice sound fine/good Translation Your plan sounds fine/good in theory, but will it work in practice?

30 5. 新政府的目标是找到一个办法把逐步的工业改革与快速的 经济增长结合起来。 to combine… with … economical growth industrial reform Translation The goal of the new government is to find a way to combine gradual industrial reform with fast economic growth.

31 6. 威尔莫特博士和他的同事们没有满足于他们的成就,他 们 正向着新的目标前进。 instead of resting content with … forge ahead Translation Instead of resting content with their achievements/ accomplishments, Dr. Wilmut and his colleagues are forging ahead to new goals.

32 7. 二十多年前他开始做推销员,现在是纽约一家大百货公司 的总经理。他的朋友们都说他的成功来之不易。 的总经理。他的朋友们都说他的成功来之不易。 start out as not come easily Translation He started out as a salesman more than two decades ago and now he is the general manager of a big department store in New York. All his friends say that his success didn’t come easily.

33 8. 动物权利积极分子反对用动物作为研究工具。他们坚持认 为不应允许科学家克隆动物。 为不应允许科学家克隆动物。 object to maintain Translation Animal-rights activists object to the use of animals as research tools. They maintain that scientists should not be allowed to clone animals.

34 Text B Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery Language Points Language PointsLanguage PointsLanguage Points

35 Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery 1 On April 10, two college students in Beijing transmitted a desperate request for help across the Internet and opened a new dimension in the practice of medicine: desperate request desperate request 2 “Hi. This is Peking University in China…. A young, 21-year-old student has become very sick and is dying…. Doctors at the best hospitals in Beijing cannot cure her…. So now we are asking the world — can somebody help us?” A young, 21-year-old studentA young, 21-year-old student 3 Somebody could.

36 4 The students, who described details of their friend’s baffling symptoms, were soon flooded with 2,000 e-mail replies from physicians and researchers in 18 countries. flooded 5 Less than three weeks after the computerized message-in-a- bottle was pitched into the electronic waves, a diagnosis was made and confirmed: Zhu Lingling had been poisoned by a heavy metal called thallium. thallium. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

37 6 At a time when critics are bemoaning the proliferation of useless information and chatter in cyberspace, Ms. Zhu’s case offers hope that the Internet’s technology can harness worldwide medical resources to save more lives. 7 “Her legacy will be tremendous,” said Dr. Rich Hamilton of the New York Poison Center, which already is planning its own World Wide Web site on the Internet to provide assistance to anyone who asks for it. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

38 8 While issues about patient confidentiality, physician payment, and the ability to limit on-line access to health professionals have yet to be resolved, the possibility of rapidly transmitting to global audience for problem solving is tantalizing. 9 “Zhu’s case has triggered something,” said Li Xin, a graduate student in biomedical physics at University of California, Los Angeles. Li acted as go-between for American doctors and the parents of the patient, navigating through a sea of e-mail messages. “It will change the way medicine is practised.” Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

39 10 A chemistry student at Peking University, Ms. Zhu was smart, successful and well-liked. In December of 1994, she began suffering from stomach pains and vomiting. Her hair began to fall out, leaving her bald within weeks. leaving her baldleaving her bald 11 Doctors had no answers for her, but a month later -- again inexplicably -- her hair grew back, and she recovered. 11 Doctors had no answers for her, but a month later -- again inexplicably -- her hair grew back, and she recovered. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

40 12 “After the second semester of school had started, on March 7, she got sick for the second time,” said Dr. Daniel Valentino, Li’s supervisor at the medical Imaging Division of UCLA. “She was admitted into the Peking University Medical Center and hasn’t left since.” 13 Once more, her hair fell out. She suffered dizziness and blurred vision, along with pain in her hands and feet. Soon the pain became a paralysis spreading up her body to her diaphragm, preventing her from breathing on her own. She slipped into a coma on March 15. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

41 14 Soon after her friends Bei Zhicheng and Cai Quanqing visited. Aghast at her condition, they turned to the Internet, an untried tool for emergency medical aid. Their electronic broadcast caught the attention of Li who, interested in the technology’s potential for solving such unusual medical problems, assumed the role of detective. 15 Sifting through nearly half of the 2,000 responses, he found nearly 100 physicians and chemists who suggested thallium toxicity. He quickly transmitted the news to Ms Zhu’s friends, who in turn informed the Beijing doctors and the young woman’s parents. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

42 16 Specialists were brought in to test for the heavy metal. Urine, blood, spinal fluid, hair and nail samples were studied, and on April 18, the cause of her coma became clear. 17 “I got a call at 6 a.m. from Bei,” Li said. “It is definitely thallium poisoning.” She had nearly 100 times the normal amount of thallium in her blood, and 1,000 times more in her nails, he said. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

43 18 “The hair loss was the big clue,” said Dr. Hamilton of the New York City Poison Center, who had seen the message on the Internet. “Of all the possible heavy metal poisonings, thallium is distinctive because of that. 19 Dr. Hamilton used e-mail to advise Li, who passed along the information to doctors in Beijing. “It’s not surprising the doctors there didn’t think of thallium toxicity.” Dr. Hamilton said. “There have only been sporadic reports of it.” Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

44 20 After making the diagnosis, the next step was to find a treatment. All the toxicologists Li consulted -- from Los Angeles to Colorado to New York -- agreed: Ms. Zhu must be given a dye called Prussian blue, commonly found in chemistry labs. Prussian bluePrussian blue 21 Thallium molecules are trapped in the dye, and when Prussian blue is excreted from the body in urine and feces, so is the thallium. Dialysis would help the process along, cleaning the blood of the heavy metal. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

45 22 By May 3, Prussian blue was being fed to Ms. Zhu through a tube in her nose. The thallium began to leave her body, along with the brilliant blue dye. At one point, even her perspiration was blue. As her thallium levels dropped, she began to get better. 23 “On May 30, she showed the first sign of some neurological recovery,” Li said. “Her parents stood close to her bed, and her blood pressure and pulse went up. They went down again when her parents left. She was excited.” Ms. Zhu remained in the intensive care unit until June 8, when she was moved to a regular ward because she finally could breathe without the help of machines. And now Beijing doctors still are using Prussian blue to clear the last of the thallium out of her system. Text B: Internet Helps Solve a Medical Mystery

46 Hi, This is Peking University in China, a place of those dreams of freedom and democracy. However, a young, 21-year old student has become very sick and is dying. The illness is very rare. Though they have tried, doctors at the best hospitals in Beijing cannot cure her; many do not even know what illness it is. So now we are asking the world — can somebody help us? Here is a description of the illness:… The SOS E-mail Message from Peking University Text-related information

47 Zhu Lingling is playing the ancient musical instrument Zhu receives treatment in hospital Text-related information

48 Zhu Lingling wakes from coma. She owes her rebirth to Internet. (Courtesy of Beijing Youth, Jan. 24, 1996) Text-related information

49 flood —v. something like river, burst pipe flows over or covers something else with great power e.g. Harsh criticism flooded since the new movie was released.Harsh criticism flooded since the new movie was released. Translate 人们如潮水般涌入剧院观赏新编的《哈姆雷特》。 Key People flooded in the theater to see the newly-edited Hamlet. People flooded in the theater to see the newly-edited Hamlet.

50 Thallium Thallium Thallium ( 铊 ) is a chemical element, metal of boron ( 硼 ) group, of the periodic metal of boron ( 硼 ) group, of the periodic table ( 元素周期表 ). It is poisonous and of limited commercial value. Soluble thallium compounds are toxic ( 有毒的 ). The metal itself is changed to such compounds by contact with moist air or skin. Thallium poisoning, which may be fatal, causes nervous and gastrointestinal ( 胃与肠的 ) disorders and rapid loss of hair. table ( 元素周期表 ). It is poisonous and of limited commercial value. Soluble thallium compounds are toxic ( 有毒的 ). The metal itself is changed to such compounds by contact with moist air or skin. Thallium poisoning, which may be fatal, causes nervous and gastrointestinal ( 胃与肠的 ) disorders and rapid loss of hair. Text-related information

51 leave sb./sth. adj. —to cause sb./sth. to be in a certain state Translate the following Her hair began to fall out, leaving her bald within weeks. Key 她的头发开始脱落, 并在短短几周内使她成了秃顶. 她的头发开始脱落, 并在短短几周内使她成了秃顶. Key John’s parents died in a car-accident 20 years ago, leaving him penniless and friendless in the world. John’s parents died in a car-accident 20 years ago, leaving him penniless and friendless in the world. Translate 约翰的父母死于 20 年前的车祸,留下他一文不名,孤苦 伶仃地活在世上。

52 Prussian Blue A widely used dye and chemical material, which is also used to cure material, which is also used to cure Thallium toxicity. Thallium molecules can be trapped in the dye, and when Prussian blue is excreted from the body in urine and feces, so is the thallium. Text-related information

53 Listening Practice Part 5.3, p. 137 《听说教程 I 》 : Part 5.3, p. 137

54 Listening Practice 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

55 1.A.Both of them think it’s a waste of time. B.The man doesn’t like it, but the woman likes it very much. C.The man thinks it’s fun but the woman doesn’t think it’s worth the time. D.Both of them like watching football. Listening Practice

56 2. A.She’s got a cold. B.She has an awful headache. B.She has an awful headache. C.Her baby has a cold. C.Her baby has a cold. D.Her baby has a headache. D.Her baby has a headache.. Listening Practice

57 3.A.Making a living. B.Getting higher pay. C.Applying for a job. C.Applying for a job. D.Enjoying big cities. D.Enjoying big cities. Listening Practice

58 4.A.The man wants to buy a comfortable new pair of shoes. B.The woman thinks the old ones fit very well. B.The woman thinks the old ones fit very well. C.The man suggests they go to the nearest department store. C.The man suggests they go to the nearest department store. D.The woman suggests he get new shoes for the party. D.The woman suggests he get new shoes for the party. Listening Practice

59 5.A.Taking many courses. B.Graduating earlier than scheduled. C.The new education system. D.The difficulties of English. Listening Practice

60 6.A.Because he doesn’t study hard enough. B.Because he’s been absent for two weeks. B.Because he’s been absent for two weeks. C.Because he’s afraid of exams. C.Because he’s afraid of exams. D.Because he’s too worried to study D.Because he’s too worried to study. Listening Practice

61 7.A.Jewelry. B.A mouse. C.Clothes. C.Clothes. D.Regards. Listening Practice

62 8.A.To live in it. B.To run a business. C.For their parents. C.For their parents. D.To lower it a little. D.To lower it a little. Listening Practice

63 9.A.The man is sad about the death of his son. B.The woman has to take care of herself. B.The woman has to take care of herself. C. The man misses his uncle very much. C. The man misses his uncle very much. D.The woman was shocked by his dream D.The woman was shocked by his dream. Listening Practice

64 10.A.She loves basketball. B.She has something more important to do. B.She has something more important to do. C.She’ll change her plans. D.She wants him to finish her paper. D.She wants him to finish her paper. Listening Practice Check-up

65 1.A.Both of them think it’s a waste of time. B.The man doesn’t like it, but the woman likes it very much. C.The man thinks it’s fun but the woman doesn’t think it’s worth the time. D.Both of them like watching football. Listening Practice 1.A.Both of them think it’s a waste of time. B.The man doesn’t like it, but the woman likes it very much. C.The man thinks it’s fun but the woman doesn’t think it’s worth the time. D.Both of them like watching football. 1.M:Do you like watching football matches? W:Football? No. It’s a waste of time. W:Football? No. It’s a waste of time. M:Oh, come on! I think it’s fun. Whenever I watch football I get so excited I forget about everything else — especially work. M:Oh, come on! I think it’s fun. Whenever I watch football I get so excited I forget about everything else — especially work. Q:What do the speakers think of football?

66 2. A.She’s got a cold. B.She has an awful headache. B.She has an awful headache. C.Her baby has a cold. C.Her baby has a cold. D.Her baby has a headache. D.Her baby has a headache.. Listening Practice 2. A.She’s got a cold. B.She has an awful headache. B.She has an awful headache. C.Her baby has a cold. C.Her baby has a cold. D.Her baby has a headache. D.Her baby has a headache.. 2.M:What’s the matter? Are you sick or something? W:No. But my baby is. W:No. But my baby is. M:Oh! Nothing serious, I hope? M:Oh! Nothing serious, I hope? W:No, just a cold. W:No, just a cold. Q:What is the woman’s problem?

67 3.A.Making a living. B.Getting higher pay. C.Applying for a job. C.Applying for a job. D.Enjoying big cities. D.Enjoying big cities. Listening Practice 3.A.Making a living. B.Getting higher pay. C.Applying for a job. C.Applying for a job. D.Enjoying big cities. D.Enjoying big cities. 3.M: Do you think it’s easy to make a living in big cities? W: That’s hard to say. Why do you ask? Are you W: That’s hard to say. Why do you ask? Are you planning to move to a big city? planning to move to a big city? M: My younger brother wants to find a job in M: My younger brother wants to find a job in Shanghai. People say the salary in Shanghai is Shanghai. People say the salary in Shanghai is higher than in other cities. Is that true? higher than in other cities. Is that true? W: It depends. You can earn a lot of money in some W: It depends. You can earn a lot of money in some positions, but not in others. positions, but not in others. Q: What are they talking about?

68 4.A.The man wants to buy a comfortable new pair of shoes. B.The woman thinks the old ones fit very well. B.The woman thinks the old ones fit very well. C.The man suggests they go to the nearest department store. C.The man suggests they go to the nearest department store. D.The woman suggests he get new shoes for the party. D.The woman suggests he get new shoes for the party. Listening Practice 4.A.The man wants to buy a comfortable new pair of shoes. B.The woman thinks the old ones fit very well. B.The woman thinks the old ones fit very well. C.The man suggests they go to the nearest department store. C.The man suggests they go to the nearest department store. D.The woman suggests he get new shoes for the party. D.The woman suggests he get new shoes for the party. 4.W:Your shoes have gotten so old. You really need a new pair I noticed some nice ones at the department store. pair I noticed some nice ones at the department store. Shall we go there and have a look? Shall we go there and have a look? M:But there’s nothing wrong with my shoes. They fit me M:But there’s nothing wrong with my shoes. They fit me perfectly, and I like them. perfectly, and I like them. W:But we’re going to a party tomorrow. W:But we’re going to a party tomorrow. M:So what? I want to be comfortable. I hate wearing M:So what? I want to be comfortable. I hate wearing new shoes. new shoes. Q:Which of the following is true?

69 5.A.Taking many courses. B.Graduating earlier than scheduled. C.The new education system. D.The difficulties of English. Listening Practice 5.A.Taking many courses. B.Graduating earlier than scheduled. C.The new education system. D.The difficulties of English. 5.M:What courses are you taking this term? W:Functions of English, Business English, Modern English Grammar, Advanced English Reading, Advanced English Listening and Computer Science. W:Functions of English, Business English, Modern English Grammar, Advanced English Reading, Advanced English Listening and Computer Science. M:Wow, that’s a lot! How can you deal with so many courses? M:Wow, that’s a lot! How can you deal with so many courses? W:I’m trying to graduate ahead of time. W:I’m trying to graduate ahead of time. M:Graduate ahead of time! Is that possible? M:Graduate ahead of time! Is that possible? W:Yes, in the new education system. W:Yes, in the new education system. M:Really? Maybe I should try it too. M:Really? Maybe I should try it too. Q:Which of the following is NOT what the two speakers are talking about?

70 6.A.Because he doesn’t study hard enough. B.Because he’s been absent for two weeks. B.Because he’s been absent for two weeks. C.Because he’s afraid of exams. C.Because he’s afraid of exams. D.Because he’s too worried to study D.Because he’s too worried to study. Listening Practice 6.A.Because he doesn’t study hard enough. B.Because he’s been absent for two weeks. B.Because he’s been absent for two weeks. C.Because he’s afraid of exams. C.Because he’s afraid of exams. D.Because he’s too worried to study D.Because he’s too worried to study. 6.W:Hey, John, what’s the matter? You look so pale. M:I’m just getting over the flu. M:I’m just getting over the flu. W:You look like you should still be home in bed. W:You look like you should still be home in bed. M:But I’ve already missed two weeks of classes, and M:But I’ve already missed two weeks of classes, and now the semester’s almost over. I need to catch up or I’m going to fail the exam. now the semester’s almost over. I need to catch up or I’m going to fail the exam. Q:Why does the man fear he might fail the exam?

71 7.A.Jewelry. B.A mouse. C.Clothes. C.Clothes. D.Regards. Listening Practice 7.A.Jewelry. B.A mouse. C.Clothes. C.Clothes. D.Regards. 7.W:I have to buy a gift for my mother. Her birthday is on Saturday. M:They’re having a sale at the computer shop. Maybe she’d like a new mouse. W:No, I want to get her something to wear. A nice silk shirt would be perfect. M:Oh. Well, give her my regards. Q:What gift does the woman want to buy?

72 8.A.To live in it. B.To run a business. C.For their parents. C.For their parents. D.To lower it a little. D.To lower it a little. Listening Practice 8.A.To live in it. B.To run a business. C.For their parents. C.For their parents. D.To lower it a little. D.To lower it a little. 8.M: I think we should rent that building. W: Good idea. It’s downtown, an ideal place to set up shop. W: Good idea. It’s downtown, an ideal place to set up shop. M: The problem is whether we can afford the rent. M: The problem is whether we can afford the rent. W: Let’s try to talk them into lowering it a little. W: Let’s try to talk them into lowering it a little. M: It’s worth a try. But let’s think about it in detail first, so M: It’s worth a try. But let’s think about it in detail first, so we know exactly what we can afford. we know exactly what we can afford. Q: Why do they want to rent the building?

73 9.A.The man is sad about the death of his son. B.The woman has to take care of herself. B.The woman has to take care of herself. C. The man misses his uncle very much. C. The man misses his uncle very much. D.The woman was shocked by his dream D.The woman was shocked by his dream. Listening Practice 9.A.The man is sad about the death of his son. B.The woman has to take care of herself. B.The woman has to take care of herself. C. The man misses his uncle very much. C. The man misses his uncle very much. D.The woman was shocked by his dream D.The woman was shocked by his dream. 9.W:I was sorry to hear about the death of your uncle. M: Thank you. You know my uncle had no children and M: Thank you. You know my uncle had no children and always regarded me as a son. always regarded me as a son. W: Yes, I’ve often heard you talk about him. W: Yes, I’ve often heard you talk about him. M: He was sick for a long time, but it was still a shock. M: He was sick for a long time, but it was still a shock. I’ve been having dreams about him lately. I’ve been having dreams about him lately. W: Don’t grieve too much. Take care of yourself. W: Don’t grieve too much. Take care of yourself. Q: What can we learn from the conversation?

74 10.A.She loves basketball. B.She has something more important to do. B.She has something more important to do. C.She’ll change her plans. D.She wants him to finish her paper. D.She wants him to finish her paper. Listening Practice 10.A.She loves basketball. B.She has something more important to do. B.She has something more important to do. C.She’ll change her plans. D.She wants him to finish her paper. D.She wants him to finish her paper. 10.M:Are you doing anything on Saturday evening? W: Nothing special. Why? W: Nothing special. Why? M: I’ve got two tickets the basketball game. Do you M: I’ve got two tickets the basketball game. Do you feel like going? feel like going? W: Well, uh, actually I’d better not. See, um, I’ve got W: Well, uh, actually I’d better not. See, um, I’ve got paper I have to finish by Monday. paper I have to finish by Monday. Q:What does the woman mean?

75 Assignment 1.Reading Analysis Ex. XII, p. 282 2.Structured Writing Ex. XIII P. 283


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