by the way lose ones way feel ones way on ones way to in this way=by this means=with this method , 2.Who put forward a theory about black holes? P1,Q10 He put forward a plan at the meeting. A plan was put forward at the meeting. He came up with a plan at the meeting
the way of doing sth.= the way to do
1.Who invented the way of giving electricity to everybody in large cities? P1,Q ? the way of doing sth.= the way to do She showed us the way of cleaning it. She showed us the way to clean it. the way, that;in which;. I dont like the way (that/ in which) you speak to your father. by the way lose ones way feel ones way on ones way to in this way=by this means=with this method , 2.Who put forward a theory about black holes? P1,Q10 He put forward a plan at the meeting. A plan was put forward at the meeting. He came up with a plan at the meeting A plan came up at he meeting
put away/ aside put down put on put off put out put up put up with ; ;; ;; ; (); (), ; 1. I could not ___________your behavior.
2. Please _________important points when you attend the lecture. 3.The flight has _____________because of the bad weather. 4.It is necessary to ___________some money in case of bad financial situation. 5.The fire was finally _________with the help of the firemen. put up with put down been put off put aside put out put off Weve had to ___ our wedding ____ until September. ____ your toys ____ in the cupboard when youve finished plying. Put away 1. The proposal he _________ at the meeting was so practical that the headmaster immediately expressed his satisfaction. A. put forwardB. put away C. put down D. put up 2 . After two days discussion, they _____ an agreement. came up B. came out C. came acrossD. came to 3 The chairman demanded that the meeting _______ until the next week.
should put off B. be put off C. putting off D. put off 4. John seems to be upset. What happened? -- The boss disliked the plan he ________ for the new project? A. put up with B. put forward C. put away D. put up 3. draw a conclusion P1, Pre-reading 1.
reach a conclusion come to a conclusion arrive at a conclusion in conclusion v. conclude The meeting concluded at 8 oclock. 1) to be present at, to go to ,
4.--so expert, indeed, that he attended Queen Victoria as her personal physician.P2, L1 attend 1) to be present at, to go to , ~a meeting , ~a ceremony, ~a funeral,~a lecture, ~school, ~ church 2) attend to : to deal with sb / sth; to take care of sb / sth Which doctor is attending (to/ on) you? 3)attend (on /upon) The patient was well attended (on). an agricultural expert an expert on (in/at) agriculture
2) adj., (experienced; having rich knowledge and skills) an expert rider an expert job He is expert in/at/on cooking. expose sth. / sb/ oneself to be exposed to
5.But he became inspired when he thought about helping ordinary people exposed to cholera. =who were exposed to expose sth. / sb/ oneself to be exposed to , ------ The water companies were instructed not to expose people to polluted water any more. The water companies were instructed not to make people ___________ to polluted water any more. exposed be exposed to --- _______ to sunlight far too much time will do harm to your skin.
Exposed B. Having exposed C. Being exposed D. After being exposed P97 expose Your skin being exposed be exposed _______ to sunlight far too much time, your skin will be done great harm. A.Exposed B. Having exposed C. Being exposed D. After being exposed if your skin is exposed to sunlight far too muchtime, Its very dangerous to be ____ to the SARS virus without any protection.
A. disclosed B. uncover C. affected D. exposed 6.This was the most deadly disease of its day. die (v.) dead (adj.)death (n.) deadly adj. 1.dangerous; likely to cause death; a deadly disease/weapon 2. highly effective against sth. or someone ;
a deadly remark 3. aiming to kill or destroy;: a deadly enemy adv. 1. very;;: deadly serious like death : deadly pale 7. So many thousands of terrified people died every time there was an outbreak.
Every/each time,, , Every time I meet him, I always think of the things happened between us. the moment, the minute, immediately, the moment, directly, instantly/ the instant ,, I will give the letter to him immediately I see him. I came directly I got your letter. People are puzzled ________ they read the book.
A. the first time B. at the first time C. for the first timeD. at first 2.You see the lightning ________ it happens, but you hear the thunder later. A. the instant B. for an instant C. on the instant D. in an instant 8. He knew it would never be controlled until its cause was found.
control v. to have power over, rule, direct The government tries its best to control prices. n. 1) lose control of/ be (go) out of control The driver lost control of his car and it knocked into a tree. 2) in control of Mr. brown is in control of the money. 3) under the control of The money is under the control of Mr. brown. 4) under control , The fire was finally under control. 9. The first suggested that cholera __________in the air .
To prevent this from happening again, John Snow suggested that the source of all the water supplies_____________.(para7) multiplied be examined absorbed The second suggested that people_________ this disease into their bodies with their meals. be absorbed in , The boy is absorbed in the computer games. Absorbed __________ (absorb) in the computer games, the boy no longer puts his heart into study. He suggested that we ______________ (leave) early for the airport.
The smile on her face suggested that she ___________ (agree) with me. (should) leave agreed 1. She insisted that she _____the work before midnight A. be finished B. finished C. finish D.had finished 2. He insisted that he _______ nothing wrong and that he _______ set free now. A. did, be B. had done, be C. should do, should be D. should do, was insist vi. insist on sth./doing sth.on/upon, 1). The man insisted _______ a taxi for me even though I told him I lived nearby. A. find B. to find C. on finding D. in finding 2). I insist that a doctor _______ immediately. A. has been sent forB. sends for C. will be sent for D. be sent for 3). Some people insisted that the person _____ a thief and insisted that he _____ to the police station. A. was; be taken B. was, would be taken C. should be; should be taken D. be; be taken 10. It seemed that the water was to blame.P4,L7
1) sb./sth. be to blame (for sth.) be to be blamed The driver was to blame for the accident. I was to blame for losing the game. The naughty boy was to blame for the broken window. 2) blame sb. for sth.
3) blame sth. on sb. Mom blamed Tom for the broken glass. Dont blame your failure on others. It is you yourself that are to blame. 1. I feel it is your husband who ______ for the spoiled child.
A. is to blame B. is going to blame C. is to be blamed D. should blame 2. Mr. Jenkin regretted ______ his secretary for the mistake, for he later discovered it was his own fault. A. to blame B. being blamed C. blamed D. having blamed 3. _______ for breaking the computer, Alice was in low spirits Blamed 3. Mr. Green stood up in defense of the 16-year-old boy, saying that he was not the one ____.
A. blamed B. blaming C. to blameD. to be blamed 4.It was proved that the drunk driver was _______ for the death of five people in Nanjing. A. to blame B. blamed C. being blamed D. blaming 5. I think, Tom, rather than you, __________. A. are blamed B. is to be blamed C. is to blameD. are to blame the one who was to blame 11. In addition, he found two other deaths in another part of London that were linked to the Broad Street outbreak. in addition adv. as well as, besides In addition, the course also produces practical experience. ,. A number of people came to the zoo in addition to Peter and Paul. ,. 12. Apart from the construction mentioned above, you have also learned the following phrase.
apart from n.v-ing Apart from a few faults, he is a trustworthy teacher.(except for) Apart from sport, my other interest outside class is music.(besides) Apart from some spelling mistakes, the composition is fairly good. 1. _____ being too large, the color and the style of the dress suit me well.
A. Apart from B. As well as C. BesidesD. Instead of 2. An increase in the price of drugs has _____ the rising cost of medical care. A. contributed toB. brought up C. burst into D. resulted from The rising cost of medical care has ___________ an increase in the price of drugs. resulted from