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Book One Unit Two Section B

(2009-10-07 16:01:30)
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新视野英语教程

第一册

第二单元

section

b

教育

分类: 新视野英语教程第一册

Unit Two

Section B: Listening to a Radio Program in English

 

I. Language Points

1. however: ad.& conj. but; nevertheless; no mater how

e.g. I thought those figures were correct. However, I have recently heard they were not

     In one's own home, one can act however one wishes

2. improve: v. make better; get better

e.g. He studied harder to improve his French.

The Post Office aims to improve its quality of service.

I hope the weather will improve before Friday. 

3. expect: v. (1) think or believe that (something will happen), or that (someone will arrive) 

e.g. Her plane is expected to land at about 8:30 this morning.

I have to leave — my parents are expecting me.
We expected to see our English teacher here, but I guess she decided not to come.

(2) ask for; require

e.g. Don't expecting too much. I can't tell whether it works.

4. affect: v. influence; have an influence on compare effect ( result)

e.g. The disease only affects cattle.
I was deeply affected by the film.

5. call for: ask for; pick up

e.g. The situation calls for prompt action. 

Tom will call for you tomorrow morning.

6. Some people have a natural ability to learn languages quickly because they know how to 'listen'.

Paraphrase: Some people are talented and know how to learn language efficiently because they are good at listening when learning languages.

natural: a. from nature; usual

e.g. I prefer to see animals living in their natural state.

It's quite natural that you should succeed.

7. We know what to expect in almost any situation because we have heard similar conversations many times before.

Paraphrase: Since we have been familiar with talks of the same kind many times before, we know what will come from our conversation in almost any situation.

similar: a. looking or being almost the same, although not exactly 

e.g. Gold is similar in color to brass.

The two buildings are similar on the whole.

II. Practical Writing

  Writing a Business Card.

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