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Module 6 Unit 2课文朗读 2019-04-18
2 Module 7 Unit 2 Read the start of Alice's Adventures in Wonderlandand guess what happens next.
3 Module 6 Unit 2 Read the passage and match the headings with the paragraphs. a) Nature parks for pandas b) WWF and animals in danger c) The panda's home d)An animalin danger
4 Module 4 Unit 2 Read the passage and number the ways of travelling from the most expensive to the least expensive.
7 Module 5 Unit 2 Read the passage and match the headings with the paragraphs. a) Lao She Teahouse b)The story of Teahouse c) Lao She
9 Module 11 Unit 2 Read My experiences in England. Which sentences describe what you can see in the pictures in Activity 1?
2 Ben can ________ kids with computers.
3 The students in our class like _________ sports.
5 People once went hungry. A rich man who made bread and cakes sent for twenty of the __1__ children in the town, and told them to take a loaf（条）of bread from a __2__ every day till the hard days passed. The hunger children came together __3__ , and argued for the bread, because each wished to have the largest one. Finally they went away without even thanking the good gentleman. But Gretchen, a poorly-dressed little girl, did not argue or __4__ with the rest, but remained standing quietly far away from them. __5__ the bad-mannered girls left, she took the smallest bread, which alone was left in the basket, kissed the gentleman’s hand, and went home. The next day the children were as bad-mannered as before, and poor, shy Gretchen __6__ a loaf hardly the size of the one she got the first day. When she came home, her mother cut the loaf open. Many new shining pieces of __7__ fell out of it. Her mother was very surprised and worried, and said, “Take the money back to the good gentleman at once, for it must have got into the dough（生面团） __8__ mistake. Be quick, Gretchen! Be quick!” But when the little girl gave the rich man her mother’s __9__ , he said, “No, no, my child, it was no mistake. I had the silver pieces put into the smallest loaf to give you. Always be as satisfied, quiet, and __10__ as you now are. Go home now, and tell your mother that the money is your own.”
6 1.知道如何有礼貌的要求帮助是重要的。（ask for） 2.昨天那则好消息使我们都高兴。（please） 3.他可能是科学家。（maybe） 4.我过去常常害羞。（used to） 5.一星期前，我向我同学借了一本书。（borrow…from…）
7 Write a review of the following story in about 90 words. The review has to include the following points: 1. The name of your review. 2. The idea(s) of your review. 3. The reason(s) for your idea(s). 4. Something you decide after you consider all the information in the story. “ Cock-a-doodle-doo!” cried the cock（公鸡）. He stood in the farm-yard and cried aloud, so that all people might hear him. “Cock-a-diidke-doo! How useful I am, for I always get up first. And I cry about as soon as the sun rises to make all people in the house wake.” “Cluck! Cluck! Cluck!”cried the hen from the yard. She was walking about with three pretty little chickens, and trying to find some food for them. “Cluck! Cluck! Cluck! I’m more useful than you. Almost every day I lay a nice fresh egg for my master’s （男主人）breakfast. Then think how useful I am to my mistress（女主人）. How many nice things does she make with my eggs for the children? She could not get on well without eggs.”
8 As we know, there are differences between Western culture and Chinese culture. . Let’s look at some words about animals and plants. Most expressions in Chinese about the dog, for example, “a homeless dog”, “a mad dog”, “a running dog” and “a dog catching a mouse”, have bad meanings. . In English, people use the dog to describe good actions. For example, “you are a lucky dog” means you are a lucky person. And “every dog has its day” means each person has good luck sometimes. TO describe a person’s serious illness, they say “sick as a dog”. The word “dog-tired” means very tired. . But in Western culture, “cat” is often used to describe a woman who is unkind. There are many other examples of how “cat” is used differently as well. . People think the rose stands for love, peace, courage and friendship. And the rose is the national flower of England, America and many other countries. . We can learn about many differences in cultures by comparing how some words are used.
9 Today, the (popular) of basketball has risen around the world, with many young people dreaming becoming famous players. In China, you (see) people playing basketball now and then in parks, schools and even (factory). Basketball has not only become a popular sport to play, but it has become a popular sport to watch. Although America’s NBA games are (famous) in the world, the CBA games are becoming more popular in China. number of the foreign players, including Chinese players, in the NBA has increased. There (be) also more and more foreign players in the CBA. Many young people look up to these basketball heroes and want to become like (they). These stars encourage young people (work) hard to achieve their dreams.