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Unit 10 Extension Activities Alice Chiu
Main Menu Activity One: Role Plays Role Plays Activity Two: More about the Pattern “Inversion” More about the Pattern “Inversion” Picture sources:
Instruction In this activity, you have the opportunities to play the roles in this famous musical: “The Phantom of the Opera.” Listen to the narrator and then create your own lines according to the story you learned in the reading.
The Phantom and his Mother After giving birth to a little baby, Tina didn’t feel happy at all. Looking at her ugly son, she said sadly, “_____.” Then she made a mask for him. When her son was 8 years old, she told him, “_____.” The little boy asked his mother, “_____?” The cold-hearted mother answered, “_____.” The little boy begged, “_____.” However, Tina had already made up her mind not to see him again. In the end, the boy left and hid himself in the basement of the Paris Opera all his life. He called himself, “_____.”
Christine and the Phantom Every night before Christine went to bed, she heard a beautiful voice coming from a secret wall in her room. She asked herself, “_____?” Since the voice was too good to be true, she thought, “_____.” Then one night, the voice asked, “_____?” Christine said yes and she started to take lessons from the mysterious man. She sang better and better but no one knew the secret.
The Phantom and the Managers In order to win Christina a better role in the shows, the Phantom ordered the managers in the opera house, “_____.” One of the managers ignored the order, saying, “_____.” The Phantom was not happy and warned them, “_____.” Indeed, a few days later, one worker and one woman were killed in “accidents.” The managers started to take the Phantom seriously, they told Christine, “_____.”
The Phantom and Raoul Seeing Christine kidnapped by the Phantom, the brave young man, Raoul, followed them. He yelled at the Phantom, “_____.” The Phantom didn’t stop but went deeper and deeper into the underground. Then suddenly, he captured Raoul and kept him in the prison. He told Raoul, “_____.” He would never let Christine go with Raoul so he wanted him to die.
The Phantom, Christine and Raoul In the Phantom’s house, Christine pulled off his mask suddenly. The Phantom was very angry and shouted, “_____.” But Christine was neither afraid nor shocked at all. Seeing the Phantom’s horrible face, she only felt sorry for him. She said to the poor creature, “_____.” Then slowly and gently, she kissed his face. The Phantom cried with joy and released Raoul, telling him, “_____.” Then he disappeared magically, and was never seen again.
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More about the Pattern “Inversion”
Instruction ( 倒裝句 ) In this activity, you are going to learn more about a sentence pattern called “Inversion.” Followed the examples are some exercises that need you to apply the rules to change the sentences into the pattern “Inversion.”
Different kinds of Inversion 地方副詞 + V + S / 地方副詞 + 代名詞 (S) + V 介副詞 + V + S / 介副詞 + 代名詞 (S) + V 否定字 + 助動詞 + S + V Only 片語 + 助動詞 + S + V 主詞補語 + V + S.
否定字 + 助動詞 + S + V Peoplesawhim again.never 否定詞 主詞 peopleseehim again.Neverdid 動詞 + 受詞 助動詞
Only 片語 + 助動詞 + S + V Heonly if Christine sang.would harm no one Only 片語 助動詞動詞 + 受詞 主詞 wouldOnly if Christine sangharm no one.he
主詞補語 + V + S Those who help othersarelucky. those who help othersareLucy 主詞補語 動詞主詞
地方副詞 + V + S 地方副詞 + 代名詞 (S) + V The Phantomlivedon the island. the Phantom.livedOn the island 地方副詞動詞 主詞 (On the island he lived.)
介副詞 + V + S The Phantomranaway. the Phantom.ranAway 介副詞 動詞 主詞 (Away he ran.)
A strange, dark lake was underneath the Paris Opera House. Underneath the Paris Opera House was a strange, dark lake.
The Phantom of the Opera lived on the island in the middle of the lake. On the island in the middle of the lake lived the Phantom of the Opera.
A mask was on his face. On his face was a mask.
An ugly face lay under the mask. Under the mask lay an ugly face.
He had never been touched or kissed by others. Never had he been touched or kissed by others.
People seldom saw his face. Seldom did people see his face.
Those who had seen him never lived long. Never did those who had seen him live long.
The Phantom stood behind the thick, secret wall. Behind the thick, secret wall stood the Phantom.
He was happy only when Christine sang beautifully. Only when Christine sang beautifully was he happy.
A mysterious man came out of the darkness one day. Out of the darkness came a mysterious man one day.
He took Christine away. Away he took Christine.
Christine would never forget what had happened to her. Never would Christine forget what had happened to her.