A. Listen and write the correct order of the pictures below. 1 2 3 4 56
B. Read about Mr. Adams and write T or F after each statement. 1.Mr. Adams has been to China several times. 2.Mr. Adamss family has not come with him. 3.He has not made any friends in GZ yet. 4.He has never had Chinese students in his classes before. 5.He has always taught smaller classes. 6.He has already finished studying Chinese? T T F F T F
Language points 1.look a little bit nervous look/sound/feel+ adj She looked a little bit nervous. He looked quite happy. He looked excited. Li Ye felt sick.
2.walk back there home, here, there to She was on her way there. She was on her way home. She was on her way to school.
3.have a high fever 4.at break at noon at night 5.But I havent felt lonely at all since I arrived. not at all lonely, alone: Tom is alone, but he is not lonely.
6.Its a big country with a long and interesting history. 7.I havent had classes as big as these before 8.We get on very well. get on well with sb get on well with sth… 9.Its very kind of you but… Its +adj for sb to do sth 10.I am going to keep on studying. go on doing sth continue doing sth 11.For this reason, I should be a … for these reasons
Making notes from sentences and paragraphs: shows how to omit words that are not essential to the main idea of the text. Skills:When you make notes from sentences, write down only the most important words. You do not need to write complete sentences or articles. When you make notes from paragraphs, read the paragraph and find the most important sentece. Then wirte it in note form.
All early news was spoken news. Early news was spoken. Long ago, travellers moved about the country from place to place and people got the news from them. Long ago, people learnt news from travellers. Ex A
2.Millions are sold in shops and stalls all over the world every day. Millions sold every day. 3.They can listen to it, as they did long ago, and they can watch it. They can listen to and watch it.
4.So people now get news from their radio and TV sets, as well as from papers. People now get news from radio, TV and from papers. 5.However, newspapers remain popular because they give the news more detail than either radio or TV. Newspapers remain popular because they give news in more detail.