Text of Revision Revise the phrases and expressions in the warming up Part
Revision Revise the phrases and expressions in the warming up Part
quit (quitted/quit, quitted/quit, quitting) (1). to give up, to stop doing sth. ; I've quit my job. He has not quit smoking, but is holding down to three cigarettes a day. (2)to rid oneself of by paying quit a debt
apply v. (1) apply for I want to apply for the job. (2) apply to , , ; ; --to put to or adapt for a special use What I have said does not apply to you. This rule doesn't apply to children. Apply medicine to his wound. apply to sb. for help make application to sb. for help. application n. , ;
add up ----to combine (a column of figures, for example) to form a sum. , Please add up all the numbers. Add up ten figures, please. add up to His whole school education added up to no more than one year. add to The music added to our enjoyment. The green belts add to the beauty of the school. add sth to sth add fuel to the fire add sth. to sth. , If you add 5 to 5 you get 10.
I am more of a leader than a follower. more... than... , , " . " ; , ..., I was more angry than frightened. He is more diligent than clever.
keep up ; ; ; + n. Many people keep up this old tradition. Will the weather keep up? Keep up with , She likes to keep up with the latest fashion He walked so fast that she couldnt keep up with him. keep on to continue + doing To adapt to the modern society, we should keep on learning.
keep up the good work keep off the grass keep out the cold keep the boy out of trouble keep silence keep to the subject/ the left keep up with keep in mind keep back , , keep on doing keep sb doing keep sb from doing
more than Hibernation is more than sleep. He s more than a teacher. He s our best friend. The museum is more than a museum. It s a school.(=not only) The museum is more than 10 kilometres from here(=over) More than one house was burnt down in the fire.
Her performance was more than good; it was perfect.(extremely) The consequence was much more than he imagined. I love you more than my wife. He is not more diligent than John. He is no more diligent than John. He is not more than 40.
He is no more than 40. (=only, , ) He is no less active than he used to be. He is more brave than wise. The film is more in name than in reality. The book seems to be more a dictionary than a grammar.
1. Keep it up; dont stop 2.The rain kept up for two days. 3.Will the fine weather keep up ? 4.I do hope were not keeping you up. 5.The farmers are keeping prices up. 6.She keeps up her spirits by singing. keep up with sb/sth .. words & expressions easily confused: insist on doing sth keep up keep sb up keep sth up
1)Dont _____________ when you come across difficulties. 2)He ___________________ the famous actress. lose heart , lost ones heart to syn: discourage frustrate lost his heart to lose heart get discouraged / frustrated take it easy & take ones time a)________________, there is nothing serious. b)______________________, there is still 15 minutes to go. c)----Can I look about the rooms before I decide which room Id like to stay in ? -----Of course.________, madam. A. Thats all right B. Take your time C. Enjoy yourself D. Take it easy. Take it easy Take your time B
add up , add to add up to addto 1)The number of the students in our school ____________5,000. 2)Would you like to _______ anything _____ what Ive said, John? 3)The rise in petrol costs _______________ to our difficulties. 4)He wrote down the weight of each stone and then ____________ all the weights. 5)His story doesnt _________ --- He must be lying. 6) Our explanation seemed only to ___________ his confusion. adds up to addto has added to added up add up add to
circumstance n. ( pl) , ; What were the circumstances of her death? in/ under the circumstances in/under no circumstances ( ) 1) ___________________ ( ), Ill go abroad to study. 2) I had to give up my attempt in the circumstances. Under no circumstances _______ _____________________( ) Under the circumstances 3) should you lend him any money. Key words:
Language points Listening: be cast away on an deserted island the main character blame oneself for... make difference approach to
Language points Speaking : common sense a pair of scissors satisfy/meet ones basic needs all sorts of difficulties the basic needs for survival
survive ; --- Vi We survived, although others died in the accident. Vt. . Only one baby survived the terrible car crash. We survived the accident. survival n. , , , , survivor n.
Going West We will read a passage about American pioneers who traveled to the west for wealth and better life. Lets read and see what happened to them on the way.
Revision Did you search information for Westward Movement? What kind of movement is it? What was the background of it? Westward Movement is a movement of people from the settled regions of the United States to lands farther west.
Between the early 17th and late 19th centuries, Anglo-American people and their society expanded from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific Coast. This westward movement, across what was often called the American frontier, was of enormous significance. By expanding
the nations borders to include more than three million square miles, the United States became one of the most powerful nations of the 20th century. However, this expansion also resulted in great suffering, destruction, and cultural loss for the Native Americans of North the nations borders to include more than three million square miles, the United States became one of the most powerful nations of the 20th century. However, this expansion also resulted in great suffering, destruction, and cultural loss for the Native Americans of North
America. This expansion also meant that much of North America was dominated by English institutions and ways of life, instead of Spanish or French ones. The Spanish and French were also exploring and settling North America in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth
centuries. For good or ill, the Westward Movement of these Anglo-American settlers was one of the most influential forces to shape North American history.
For thousands of years, the American Indians lived as hunters in North America.
From 16 th to 17 th century, European settlers got to America,drove away the native Americans and ruled the country
Rocky mountains The Salt Lake Valley Death Valley
PRE-READING Discuss the following questions with your partner. 1. Who were the Native Americans? Where did they live and what do you know about their life? 1. Who were the Native Americans? Where did they live and what do you know about their life? The Native Americans were the Indian. They lived in the vast land of West America and their life was simple and hard. They hunt for food and rode on horses.
2. History counts many cases in which settlers moved into areas that belonged to other people. Can you give some examples? What happened? 2. History counts many cases in which settlers moved into areas that belonged to other people. Can you give some examples? What happened? The English moved into New Zealand, where they found the Maori already living. Similarly, the British moved into Australia, where they found the Aboriginals already living there. In more recent history the Jewish people moved into the country that belonged to the Palestine people. In each case there were conflicts about the land.
3. The new settlements in America soon became known as the Wild West. Why? 3. The new settlements in America soon became known as the Wild West. Why? There were no laws and there were no police, no jails and no courts. As a result, law and order did not exist, and anything could happen.
Read the text carefully and find out their moving route. spring of 1845 set off started from Kansas Nov.4.1846 reached the edge of the desert Time Events gave him the idea Oct.1845 Apr.12.1846 Salt Lake Desert Dec.25.1846.
While-reading 1. When did their travel begin and what was their destination? 1. When did their travel begin and what was their destination? The travel began in the middle of October of 1845, they decided to move to California.
2. What does account in the first line means? 2. What does account in the first line means? The account here means description. For example, She gave the police a full account of the incident. The account here means description. For example, She gave the police a full account of the incident.