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some, others, still others 1. For some, a friend is someone who chats with you on the Internet. For others, a friend is someone who has known you all your life. Still others only use the term for someone who knows your innermost secrets.
some, others, still others 2. Many people hold different ideas about aliens. Some say that life on Earth originally came from outer space. Others say that aliens have kept an eye on what happens on Earth. Still others say that aliens have something to do with ancient civilizations ( 古文明 ).
David is doing a research on people's opinions about marriage. He has interviewed ( 訪問 ) many people. Complete his statements by using the above pattern. The first one has been done for you. I talked to people to get their opinions on marriage. (Asia; Europe; America) Some were from Asia. Others were from Europe. Still others were from America. 1.
I spoke to people of all ages. (below 20; between 20 and 30; between 30 and 40) 2. Some were below 20. Others were between 20 and 30. Still others were between 30 and 40. 3. I talked to people of different marital status ( 婚姻狀況 ). (single; married; separated from their spouses) Some were single. Others were married. Still others were separated from their spouses.
4. They had different opinions on marriage. (mean the end of romance; be the key to happiness; offer a chance to learn more about love) Some thought marriage meant the end of romance. Others thought it/marriage was the key to happiness. Still others thought it/marriage offered a chance to learn more about love
5. Married people had different ideas about raising a child. (mean less free time; cost a lot of money; make a marriage perfect) Some said that it meant less free time. Others said that it cost a lot of money. Still others said that it made a marriage perfect.
Look at the pictures below. Then, complete the sentences by using the words or phrases in the box. Each word or phrase may be used more than once. the otheranotherstill another othersthe othersstill others
1.There are two flowers in the garden. One is white and _____ is red. 2. There are three flowers in the garden. One is white, _____ is red, and _____ is yellow. the other another, the other
3. There are many flowers in the garden. One is white, _____ is red, and _____ is yellow. 4. There are many flowers in the garden. Some are white And _____ are red. another, still another the others
5. There are many flowers in the garden. Some are white and _____ are red. 6. There are many flowers in the garden. Some are white, _____ are red, and _____ are yellow. others/some others, still others
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Sentential Adverbs Surprisingly, there are only a few studies about friendship in different cultures.
‧ I/find/lost/key ‧ no passenger/survive/crash ‧ the little boy/solve/ difficult/problem ‧ a shiny object/fly across/ sky/last night ‧ she/get/angry/when/husband /forget/birthday Choose an adverb from the box on the left and an item from the box on the right to make a sentence. 1. naturally 2. amazingly 3. strangely 4. luckily 5. tragically
1.Naturally, she got angry when her husband forgot her birthday. 2. Amazingly, the little boy solved the difficult problem. 3. Strangely, a shiny object flew across the sky last night.
4. Luckily, I found my lost key. 5. Tragically, no passengers survived the crash.
Something unusual happened to Andy yesterday. Find out what happened by completing the following sentences. Use the pattern above and the words given. Yesterday noon, Andy walked around the campus and couldn’t stop thinking about what had happened to him in the morning.
1. Strangely/no one/would/talk to Strangely, no one would like to talk to him.
2. clearly/friends/keep…from/ something/secret Clearly, his friends kept something secret from him.
3. definitely/friends/planned/do/ it/a long time Definitely, his friends had planned to do it for a long time.
4. probably/friends/speak ill of/ behind one’s back Probably, his friends spoke ill of him behind his back.
5. surprising/friends/bring out/ cake/sing/him Surprisingly, his friends brought out a cake and sang to him. Andy felt very down on his way back to the classroom. When he stepped into the room, something unusual happened to him.
Andy happily thanked his friends. His friends replied, “Think nothing of it. After all, ‘what are friends for?’” Happy Birthday!!! Thank you Happy Birthday!!! BACK