英文閱讀 ( 三 )- 第八組 Extreme Sports

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First Paragraph--words and phrases(1)steep adj. , steeper, steepest Having a sharp inclination element n. ;,;,require vt., vi., To demand

equipment n. ,, pref. Again; anewFirst Paragraph--words and phrases(2)individual a.,,; ,;

obstacle n. ,,,

rather than = but not : () ()

//../againstover towardex: object=against +ject()-but for= without;... ex:Without air and water, we would die. = But for air and water, we would die.

main ideas of the first paragraphIntroduction to Extreme Sports.

What kinds of sport are called Extreme Sport

Counter cult ure n.

Dis en franchise vt....

Fed up ph. ; Status quo ph.

,,,;,(),;,(),,;,,, Second Paragraph--words and phrases (1)Narrow a. ;;;;vt. ; ; ()[(+down)]vi. ; ; n. ;; Op press ive a. ;;;

Op port uni ty n. ;

,; (ob),...;...;...;...,; (ob),,,,,, ,[C][U][(+of/for)][+to-v]Second Paragraph--words and phrases (2)Second Paragraph--words and phrases (3)Scuba n. ;Em phasis n. , ,

Apparatus n. ;;;;();;Participant n. ; a.;

[C][U][(+on/upon)],,,,,,,,,Second Paragraph--words and phrases (4)In corp o rate vt.,[(+in/into)];...,[(+with)];...(); vi.,[(+with)];()

Ob stacle n. ();[C][(+to)]

Agili ty n. ;;

Prone to ph. ;...

,; (ob) ,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,Second Paragraph--words and phrases (5)Ap peal vi. ,[(+to/for)][+to-v];,[(+to)];,[W][(+to)];[(+to/against)];(), [(+to/against)]vt. ..., ... n. ,[C][U][(+to/for)];, [U];[C][U];[C]Peal:Adrenal ine rush n.

...,...,,,,,main ideas of the second paragraphWhy traditional sports are limited by rules and regulations?

Third Paragraph--words and phrases(1)Prone to () ~ proRisk-taking () appeal (v) Psycho log ist s (n)

Adrenal ine rush ()

Endeavors (n)

()Adrenaline a substance produced by your body in response to stress.( a type of hormone)a serious effort or attemptask for helpa person specializing in psychologyThird Paragraph--words and phrases(2)Sub stance (n)

Fright en ing (a)

Meta bol ism (n)

Eu phor ia (n) ()()()~ ()the process by which the body produces energya material or mattercausing fear terrible a feeling of happiness or well-beingThird Paragraph--words and phrases(3)Ad dict ive (a) ()

In sur mount able (a)

Snow board ing (n)

Ski jumping (n)

~()incapable of being overcoma board for gliding on snowcausing addiction

Third Paragraph--words and phrases(4)Drug (n) a narcoticDefy (v) oppose openlyscomOdds (n) the possibility of successgreat rise in () Olympic (n) athlete (n)

Third Paragraph--words and phrases(5)Cave diving (n)Kite surf ing (n)

Bungee jumping (n)

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main ideas of the third paragraph3. Sports can make body produce adrenaline rush and let athlete do the impossible task.

4. A lot of young people take up cave diving, kite surfing, or bungee jumping now.

Fourth Paragraph--words and phrasesla ment v.

fr inge n.

main stream n.

en dorse v.

()()........ enroll ......... enable *in,Fourth Paragraph--words and phrasesloose adj. bag gy adj.

lending n. broad cast n.

ad miration n.

along with

()...main ideas of the Fourth paragraph5. Extreme sports become so popular so it has "sold out " to corporate greed.6. Extreme sport athletes will continue to puch the limits to make the world see it.