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Unit 5 • 外国语学院 Overcoming Obstacles (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO Unit 5 • 外国语学院 Overcoming Obstacles (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

Contents Objectives 1 2 Warm Up Activities 3 Cultural Notes 4 Text Analysis 5 Contents Objectives 1 2 Warm Up Activities 3 Cultural Notes 4 Text Analysis 5 5 Key Language Points Assignments (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院

 • 外国语学院 Objectives • Students will be able to: • 1. grasp the • 外国语学院 Objectives • Students will be able to: • 1. grasp the main idea (dreaming and hard work helped Michael Stone on his way to success)and the structure of the text(narration with a flashback); • 2. appreciate the narrative skills (using details to bring out a character; a surprising ending); • 3. master the key language points and grammatical structures in the text; • 4. conduct a series of reading, listening, speeding and writing activities related to theme of the unit. back (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 back Warm-up Questions • Can you talk about the obstacles that • 外国语学院 back Warm-up Questions • Can you talk about the obstacles that you have been faced with in your life? How to overcame such difficulties? • Can you tell us the problems that you still have in overcoming these obstacles? (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 back Listening Comprehension • Listen to the recording two or three • 外国语学院 back Listening Comprehension • Listen to the recording two or three times and then think over the following questions: • 1. What happened to the singer? 2. What helped her pull through all the hardships she suffered? 3. What is the tone of the song? 4. Is the song related to theme of the unit -overcoming obstacles? (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

Cultural Notes • 外国语学院 • 1. Sports: Sports play an important in American life. Cultural Notes • 外国语学院 • 1. Sports: Sports play an important in American life. Professional baseball and (American) football games attract large crowds, and many people watch games on television. Although many parents complain about their children being couch potatoes (=people who spend a lot of time watching television), there are sports at school for all ages. College students are usually also required to take physical education classes to complete their studies. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

Cultural Notes (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 • 2. Olympics: The ancient Olympic Games Cultural Notes (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 • 2. Olympics: The ancient Olympic Games were held in Olympia every four years from 776 B. C. to 392 A. D. The modern Games first held in 1896 in Greece and, with the exception of three games not held because of the two world wars, have been in various cities of the world at regular 4 year intervals. Since 1924, a separate program of minter sports has been added to the Games.

Olympics • IN 2008 Beijing will host the 29 th Olympic Games. Olympics • IN 2008 Beijing will host the 29 th Olympic Games.

 • 外国语学院 • The Olympic symbol---five interlocking red, blue, yellow, and green circles • 外国语学院 • The Olympic symbol---five interlocking red, blue, yellow, and green circles on a white field ---represents the continents of the world joined in friendship. • The Olympic motto is Citius---Altius---Fortius. These words mean “ Swifter, Higher, Stronger. ” (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

History of Olympics The ancient Olympic Games were the great Greek religious, athletic, and History of Olympics The ancient Olympic Games were the great Greek religious, athletic, and cultural festivals that inspired the creation of the modern Olympic Games. The earliest documentation of the ancient Games traces the efforts of King Iphitos of Elis, around 824 BC, to establish a "sacred truce" through the conduct of Games "dear to the gods. " From 776 B. C. , these Games took place every four years. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院

 • 外国语学院 • The ancient Games were sacred events. Athletes from all Greek • 外国语学院 • The ancient Games were sacred events. Athletes from all Greek city-states joined the festivals at Olympia - marked by solemn Opening and Closing ceremonies. The "sacred truce" from the first known Games makes interesting reading: "May the world be delivered from crime and killing and freed from the clash of arms. " The intent was for warring city-states to lay down their arms for the period of the Games, so athletes could compete in peace. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 • The program of competitive events in the ancient Games evolved • 外国语学院 • The program of competitive events in the ancient Games evolved over time. Among the sports contested were the foot race, wrestling, boxing, the pentathlon, and chariot races. The first recorded winner was the runner Koroibos. Only men were permitted to take part in the Olympic Games women were forbidden to compete or be spectators at the ancient Olympic Games under penalty of death. The only female allowed in Olympia was the high priestess of the goddess Demeter. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 • Women in ancient Greece, did, however, participate in festivals of • 外国语学院 • Women in ancient Greece, did, however, participate in festivals of their own and exclusively female Games, held in honor of the goddess Hera, were held at regular intervals. The ancient Olympic Games are known to have existed for 12 centuries. The symbolic power of the Games lived on after their demise in 394 AD, and came to life again as the modern Olympic Games. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Pierre de Fredy, the Baron de Coubertin, was the founder of • 外国语学院 Pierre de Fredy, the Baron de Coubertin, was the founder of the modern Olympic Movement. Born in 1863 to a French aristocrat family, Coubertin was an avid sportsman, believing sport possessed the power to benefit humankind and encourage peace among the nations of the world.   (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO After visits to England the United States, Coubertin formulated a plan to revive the Games. His vision was realized, in June 1894, when a meeting of delegates in Paris voted to hold the modern Olympic Games at Athens in 1896.

 • 外国语学院 The Olympic Games are organized and governed by the International Olympic • 外国语学院 The Olympic Games are organized and governed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It has offices in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Committee has made many decisions that affect the modern Olympics. For example, in 1912, the Committee decided to allow women to compete in the Games. Olympic Museum Lausanne (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

Text Analysis Text Analysis

Scan the text and answer the questions • : 外国语学院 • 1. Where does Scan the text and answer the questions • : 外国语学院 • 1. Where does the text switch from the past tense to the past perfect tense? Para 3. • 2. Which sentence shows that the flashback is over and the narration returns to the National Junior Olympics? The first sentence of paragraph 6. • 3. Where does author conclude the text? Para 13. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

Text Organization Part one • 外国语学院 (Paras 1 -4) The waiter was disappointed to Text Organization Part one • 外国语学院 (Paras 1 -4) The waiter was disappointed to find that the Richest Man in America led so simple a life. Part two (Paras 5 -13) Being friendly, easy-going and never flashy, Walton carries on like plain folks and never wants any special treatment. Part three (Paras 14 -22) With the Wal-mart team in mind, Walton devotes himself heart and soul to making the business a great success. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

Main Idea • 外国语学院 Dreaming and hard working helped Michael Stone on his way Main Idea • 外国语学院 Dreaming and hard working helped Michael Stone on his way to success. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Further Understanding (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 Further Understanding (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 For Part 1 1. Use your own words to draw a • 外国语学院 For Part 1 1. Use your own words to draw a picture of the stadium on that day, including the weather, Michael’s appearance and inner feeling, the audience’s response, etc. 2. Use your own words to describe what kind of event the pole vault is. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 For Part 2 Questions and Answers 1. From the description of • 外国语学院 For Part 2 Questions and Answers 1. From the description of Michael’s parents, what can you learn about his parents? Michael’s mother is romantic and passionate, while his father is a hard-core realist. 2. 2. Brainstorm the various obstacles Michael might face during the hard training. Open-ended. 3. 3. What individual characteristics should Michael’s success be attributed to? He is diligent, perseverant, optimistic, ambitious, etc. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 For Part 3 Chart Completion Height of Michael’s reaction before/after clearing • 外国语学院 For Part 3 Chart Completion Height of Michael’s reaction before/after clearing the bar Importance the pole Before After 17 feet His palms were sweating. He needed a towel to dry his grip. (L. 1) 17 feet 2, 17 feet 4 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO 1. If Michael Stone was surprised, excited or vain…(LL. 37~38) 2. He seemed unaware of …(LL. 40~41) …, again he showed no emotion. (LL. 43~44) 3 inches higher than his personal best

For Part 3 Chart Completion • 外国语学院 Height of Michael’s reaction before/after clearing the For Part 3 Chart Completion • 外国语学院 Height of Michael’s reaction before/after clearing the bar the pole Before After 17 feet 6 1. It startled him. . . (L. 53) 2. The intensity … anxiety. (L. 56) 3. He became more tense. (L. 57) 4. Afraid would be … (LL. 58~59) 17 feet 1 6— 2 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO 1. It was … that brought Michael back to earth. (LL. 79~80) 2. On his back with that wonderful hot sun…(LL. 81~81) He later went on that day to clear 17 1 feet 6 — 2 Importance 9 inches higher than his personal best A National and International Junior Olympics record

 • 外国语学院 For Part 4 Discussion 1. Why does the author keep the • 外国语学院 For Part 4 Discussion 1. Why does the author keep the secret about Michael’s blindness until the last sentence? 2. Who would you admire better, a Michael Stone with a sound body or a blind Michael Stone? (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

More Questions • 外国语学院 1. What does the text title “ True Height ” More Questions • 外国语学院 1. What does the text title “ True Height ” mean? It has more than one meaning. It may refer to: 1)the new bar heights that Michael cleared one after another; 2) the tremendous obstacles Michael had overcome in attaining his goal. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Scan the text again to find out all the instances where • 外国语学院 Scan the text again to find out all the instances where “ work ” is used as a verb and explain in English the different meanings of “ work ”. work: v. 1) labor, do an activity which needs physical or mental effort 2) act or operate effectively 3) exercise * “He worked out every other day…” (L. 27) (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 More Questions • Without the last sentence, would you still admire • 外国语学院 More Questions • Without the last sentence, would you still admire Michael Stone's achievement? • Who would you admire better, a Michael Stone with a sound body or a blind Michael Stone? • Why does the author keep the secret about Michael's blindness until the last sentence? (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Extra Activities (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 Extra Activities (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Scan the whole text to find out all the words and • 外国语学院 Scan the whole text to find out all the words and phrases that are related to sports or stadium. And think about their Chinese equivalents. National Junior Olympics 全国少年奥林匹克运动会 personal best stand(s) 个人最高记录 final race 看台 赛跑决赛 pole vault event 撑竿跳高项目 track and field competition 田径比赛 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 gymnast body builder weightlifting bar inflated landing mat vaulter finger-tipped push-up • 外国语学院 gymnast body builder weightlifting bar inflated landing mat vaulter finger-tipped push-up (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO 体操运动员 健美运动员 举重 横杆 充气垫 撑竿跳高运动员 俯卧撑

 • 外国语学院 Writing Strategy (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 Writing Strategy (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

How to keep the article smoothly? • 外国语学院 • As the text consists of How to keep the article smoothly? • 外国语学院 • As the text consists of the main story and a flashback, the narration has to switch from the ongoing competition to earlier events and then return to the ongoing competition. How does the author manage to make these parts in the text flow smoothly? • 1. One way is to repeat a key word in the last sentence of a paragraph in the first sentence of the next paragraph, (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 • e. g. It also has the element of flying, and • 外国语学院 • e. g. It also has the element of flying, and the thought of flying as high as a two-story building is a mere fantasy to anyone watching such an event. • As long as Michael could remember he had always dreamed of flying. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 2. Another way is to pick up a key idea from • 外国语学院 2. Another way is to pick up a key idea from a previous paragraph and repeat it in the sentence introducing the next paragraph, e. g. All of Michael’s vaults today seemed to be the reward for his hard work. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Language Points & Grammar Structure (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 Language Points & Grammar Structure (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 1. sweat : 1. v. excrete perspiration through the pores of • 外国语学院 1. sweat : 1. v. excrete perspiration through the pores of the skin He was sweating after working so hard. The white shirts were sweated through. 2. n. liquid which comes out from the body through the skin to cool it I was covered in sweat after running to catch the bus. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

2. grace: n. • 外国语学院 1. quality of being smooth and elegant, esp. in 2. grace: n. • 外国语学院 1. quality of being smooth and elegant, esp. in movement or structure We admired the grace with which the fashion models walked across the room. She danced with a grace that surprised us. 2. kindness; willingness to do what is right She had the grace to say that he was right. 他勉强地承认他错了。 He agreed that he was wrong with bad grace. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 3. mere: adj. nothing more than She lost the election by • 外国语学院 3. mere: adj. nothing more than She lost the election by a mere 20 votes. 光说无济于事。 Mere words won’t help. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 4. fantasy: imagination, esp. when it has no connection at all • 外国语学院 4. fantasy: imagination, esp. when it has no connection at all with reality • Examples: I still have the fantasy that one day I will win the National lottery. • Having watched so many animated Moons, some children can't tell fantasy from reality. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

5. numerous: very many • 外国语学院 • Examples: During the Depression, numerous people wandered 5. numerous: very many • 外国语学院 • Examples: During the Depression, numerous people wandered from town to town looking for work. • Numerous scholars before Copernicus had suggested that the earth went round the sun, but he was the first person to bear it out mathematically. • antonym: few (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

6. passion: strong feeling, esp. of love • 外国语学院 • Examples: He loved her 6. passion: strong feeling, esp. of love • 外国语学院 • Examples: He loved her still, with the same passion as he always had. • She had never before loved anyone with such passion. • have a passion for: have a strong interest in sth. and like it very much • Example: She had a passion for dancing which interfered with her schoolwork-) (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

7. detail: 1)small, particular fact or item • 外国语学院 • Examples: No details of 7. detail: 1)small, particular fact or item • 外国语学院 • Examples: No details of the negotiation between the two countries have been revealed. • I can still recall every detail of my Graduation Day. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

2) sth. which is unimportant and doesn't affect the main issue • 外国语学院 • 2) sth. which is unimportant and doesn't affect the main issue • 外国语学院 • Examples: The salary is a detail; the main thing is to find a job. • She does not enjoy the details of housekeeping. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

go into detail (s): explain sth. thoroughly • 外国语学院 • Example: Can you give go into detail (s): explain sth. thoroughly • 外国语学院 • Example: Can you give me a rough idea of what happened, without going into detail? • in detail: fully or thoroughly • Example : She told them in detail what they were going to say at the meeting. • As for the pay increase, we haven't yet had a chance to discuss it in detail. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

8. recur: come or happen again • 外国语学院 • Examples: The theme of love 8. recur: come or happen again • 外国语学院 • Examples: The theme of love recurred in many of his books. • The school authorities warned the student that he will be expelled if this cheating recurs. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

12. relax: make or become less tense, worried or nervous • 外国语学院 • Examples: 12. relax: make or become less tense, worried or nervous • 外国语学院 • Examples: The best strategy for avoiding stress is to learn how to relax. • Massage is used to relax muscles. • After a hard day's work, he liked to relax by going for a swim. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 13. on one/ two / several occasion(s) : once/twice/several times in • 外国语学院 13. on one/ two / several occasion(s) : once/twice/several times in the past • Examples: On several occasions, I attempted to talk with my parents about my taking a part time job, but my mother instantly interrupted me by asking me questions about my studies. • He drinks far too much. On one occasion I saw him drink a whole bottle of vodka. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 14. vain: too pleased with one's own abilities or looks • • 外国语学院 14. vain: too pleased with one's own abilities or looks • Examples: Too much praise can make a person vain. • She was vain of/about her appearance. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 15. be ashamed of: feeling foolish or uncomfortable because of sth. • 外国语学院 15. be ashamed of: feeling foolish or uncomfortable because of sth. • Examples: She was so ashamed of cheating in the test that she went and told the teacher. • You should be ashamed of yourself, telling lies at your age. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 20. tense: feeling worried or nervous; making people worried or nervous • 外国语学院 20. tense: feeling worried or nervous; making people worried or nervous • Examples: Facing so many teachers, John got very tense and made several mistakes in his recitation. • The flight had been postponed five hours and all of the passengers were getting tense. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 22. stretch out: hold a part of your body straight out • 外国语学院 22. stretch out: hold a part of your body straight out in front of you • Examples: She stretched out a hand lifted the glass to her lips. • There were beggars everywhere, pathetically stretching their hands out to passers-by. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 23. bring (sb. ) back to earth: cause (sb. ) to • 外国语学院 23. bring (sb. ) back to earth: cause (sb. ) to stop daydreaming; cause (sb. ) to return to reality • Examples: Emily's voice brought him back to earth. • Jack had been spending dl his time chatting on 1 ine with his key-pals until his parents had a word with him and brought him back to earth. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

24. in one's mind's eye: in one's imagination; in one's memory • 外国语学院 • 24. in one's mind's eye: in one's imagination; in one's memory • 外国语学院 • Examples: In his mind's eye, she is still a shy girl. • In my mind's eye, I can still see the house where I was born. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 25. media: (collective noun) means of mass communication, e. g. TV, • 外国语学院 25. media: (collective noun) means of mass communication, e. g. TV, radio, newspapers • Examples: They are wondering whether bias in the news media contributed to the candidate's defeat. • Much of what children learn comes directly from the mass media. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 1. Michael’s dedication, determination and discipline… family chores. (Lines 29 -32) • 外国语学院 1. Michael’s dedication, determination and discipline… family chores. (Lines 29 -32) Alliteration: An English device with the same repeated consonant sound at intervals in the initial position of words(头韵). An honor student: an excellent student 译文: 迈克尔的投入、决心和自律是每一个教 练梦寐以求的。作为一名优等生和家里唯一的 孩子,迈克尔坚持帮助父母承担农场上的一些 杂活。 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

1. What does “hit sb. like a wet bale of hay” mean? • 外国语学院 1. What does “hit sb. like a wet bale of hay” mean? • 外国语学院 2. Then it all hit him like a wet bale of hay. (Line 54) 1. What does “hit sb. like a wet bale of hay” mean? If something hits you like a wet bale of hay, it comes as a sudden, forceful and unpleasant surprise. 2. Use some adjectives to describe how Michael felt at that time. He felt anxious, tense, nervous, etc. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 1. Answer the following questions, using the structure “It is…that…”. Model: • 外国语学院 1. Answer the following questions, using the structure “It is…that…”. Model: What brought Michael back to earth? It was either the eruption of the people in the stands or the thump of his landing that brought Michael back to earth. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 1) What made it possible for a blind boy to set • 外国语学院 1) What made it possible for a blind boy to set a world record in pole vault? ____________________ It was his dream and hard work that made it ____________________ possible for him to set a world record in the ________ pole-vault. 2) When did you begin to learn English? ____________________ It was nine years ago that I began to learn English. ____________________ (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 3. Who has ever exerted the greatest effort on you? ____________________ • 外国语学院 3. Who has ever exerted the greatest effort on you? ____________________ It is my parents who have exerted the greatest ____________________ influence on me. 4. Where did you come across John? It was in Central Park that I met John. ____________________ (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 2. Study the model and complete the following sentences by translating • 外国语学院 2. Study the model and complete the following sentences by translating the Chinese into English, using what-clause: Model 1: What he didn’t know was that his dad was hugging his wife and crying. Model 2: We know what you said. (Text A, Unit 3, Book 2) (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 what the speaker wanted to 1. Obviously________________(这位发言人想要强调的是), emphasize was the impact • 外国语学院 what the speaker wanted to 1. Obviously________________(这位发言人想要强调的是), emphasize was the impact of these findings rather than the process that led to these findings. 2. It seems that he is never bothered about what people would think about his behavior _____________________. (别人是如何看待他的行为的) (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 3. The CEO never hesitates to let his employee what he • 外国语学院 3. The CEO never hesitates to let his employee what he is planning for the company know__________________. ( 他在为公司做的计划) 4. The scientist will show the audience what a tele-operated robot can do for a family _____________________. (遥控机器人(tele-operated robot)能为家庭所 做的事) (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Vocabulary 1. 1) startled 3) tension 5) sweating • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Vocabulary 1. 1) startled 3) tension 5) sweating 7) vain 9) anxiety 11) emotions 13) In my mind’s eye 15) mere (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO 2) core 4) tense 6) stretched out 8) On one occasion 10) detail 12) ashamed of 14) recurring

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Vocabulary 2. 1) Mrs. White’s birthday coincides with • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Vocabulary 2. 1) Mrs. White’s birthday coincides with her husband’s. • 2) The writer was assisted in the preparation of this article by other members of her family • 3) It has been a week of alternate sunshine and rain. • 4) Politics and philosophy had been his lifelong passions, although he studied economics at university. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Vocabulary 5) She grew tense as she waited • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Vocabulary 5) She grew tense as she waited for her first TV interview. 3 1) media’s; bears out; grace 2) along with; congratulate them on 3) preparations; the intensity; to relax; numerous (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Collacation 1) Mike, a Green, made the suggestion • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Collacation 1) Mike, a Green, made the suggestion that a large park be built near the community. 2) In the letter to his daughter, Mr. Smith expressed her wish that she (should) continue her education to acquire still another degree. 3) there is no reason to hold the belief that humans have no direct moral responsibility to safeguard the welfare of animals. 4) Children need to feel safe about the world (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises . Collacation they grow up in , and • 外国语学院 Key to exercises . Collacation they grow up in , and it is unwise to give them the idea that everything they come into contact with might be a threat. 5) Anxiety can result from the notion that life has not treated us fairly. 6) Nobody believed his claim that he was innocent. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Words with Multiple Meanings 1. 2. 3. 4. • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Words with Multiple Meanings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I work out in the gym for one hour every morning. Florance has worked as a cleaner at the factory for five years. The wounded man worked his way across the field on his hands and knees The safe road for a truck of this type works out at about twenty-five tons. It is difficult to understand how human minds work (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Words with Multiple Meanings 6. 7. 8. To • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Words with Multiple Meanings 6. 7. 8. To my disappointment, the manager’s plan of promoting the new products doesn’t work at all. The teacher has a lot of experience of working with children who don’t know how to learn. The media began to work one hour after the child took it. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Structure 1. 1) It was his dream and • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Structure 1. 1) It was his dream and hard work that made it possible for him to set a world record in the pole vault. 2) It was nine/ ten/ eleven years ago that I began to learn English. 3) It is my parents/ my teachers/ my grandfather/ my brother who have/ has exerted the greatest influence on me. 4) it was in Central Park/ the library/ the book store/ the post office that I met John. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Structure 2. 1) What the speaker wanted to • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Structure 2. 1) What the speaker wanted to emphasize was 2) what the people would think about his behavior 3) what he is planning for the company 4) what a tele-operated robot can do for a family (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises 1. Close (A) 1. In my • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises 1. Close (A) 1. In my mind’s eye 3. sweating 5. tense 8. congratulate 10. emotion (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO 2. detail 4. realx 6. fantasy 9. media

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises 1. Close (B) 1. what 4. • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises 1. Close (B) 1. what 4. rarely/never 7. got 10. life 13. After 2. for 5. will 8. Then 11. support 14. run (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO 3. an 6. longed 9. in 12. to 15. face

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises 2. Translation Psychologists have used numerous • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises 2. Translation Psychologists have used numerous facts to bear out the argument/ statement/ claim that in order to recover speedily from negative emotion, you should allow yourself to cry. You needn’t/don’t have to be ashamed of crying. Anxiety and sorrow can flow of the body along with tears. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises Consider the case of/ Take Donna. • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Exercises Consider the case of/ Take Donna. Her son unfortunately died in a car accident. The intensity of the blow made her unable to cry. She said, ” it was not until two weeks later that I began to cry. And then I felt as if a big stone had been lifted from my shoulders. It was the tears that brought me back to earth. ” (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Assignment 1 Write a paragraph of 80 to 100 words about • 外国语学院 Assignment 1 Write a paragraph of 80 to 100 words about a person you are familiar with. Brainstorm what you know about this person -- stories, facts, etc. -- and use examples to illustrate his/her individual characteristics. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Text B Fourteen Steps (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 Text B Fourteen Steps (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Main Idea In this text, the author talks about his three • 外国语学院 Main Idea In this text, the author talks about his three lives. His birth was the beginning of his first life. In his fifties, after he suffered from a disease, he experienced his second life. Then, on a dark, rainy night in 1971, after an old blind man and a little girl helped him, he began his third life. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Install vt. 1. Place or fix in position ready for use • 外国语学院 Install vt. 1. Place or fix in position ready for use 2. establish (someone) in a new place, condition, or role Examples: • we're planning to install a new shower. • Ashley installed herself behind her table. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Sanity n. 1. the ability to think and behave in a • 外国语学院 Sanity n. 1. the ability to think and behave in a normal and rational manner; sound mental health 2. reasonable and rational behavior Examples: • I began to doubt my own sanity. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Penetrate v. succeed in understanding or gaining insight into (something complex • 外国语学院 Penetrate v. succeed in understanding or gaining insight into (something complex or mysterious) Examples: • a magician who seemed to have penetrated the mysteries of nature. 一位好像已经洞察自然界秘密的魔术师。 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Suffer from (+ unhappy/ unpleasant things etc. ) Examples: • Many • 外国语学院 Suffer from (+ unhappy/ unpleasant things etc. ) Examples: • Many people suffered from a great dread of heights. His wife has suffered from ill health for some years. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Sweep over 风靡,向。。。扩展;袭击,将。。。一扫而光 Examples: • A storm swept over the country. • 外国语学院 Sweep over 风靡,向。。。扩展;袭击,将。。。一扫而光 Examples: • A storm swept over the country. Cold winds swept over the barren plains. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Jack up 1. raise something, especially a vehicle, with a jack • 外国语学院 Jack up 1. raise something, especially a vehicle, with a jack 2. (informal) increase something by a considerable amount. 3. (NZ informal) arrange or organize something Examples: France jacked up its key bank interest rate. (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Check 1. b 2. c 3. b • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Comprehension Check 1. b 2. c 3. b 4. b 5. c 6. a 88 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Translation 1. aid 4. in spite of 7. • 外国语学院 Key to exercises Translation 1. aid 4. in spite of 7. dismiss 9. impatient 11. optimistic 2. traits 3. inclined 5. horrible 6. penetrated 8. has suffered from 10. progressive 12. to a degree 89 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Key to exercises 13. ease 15. install 17. shortcomings 19. bumped • 外国语学院 Key to exercises 13. ease 15. install 17. shortcomings 19. bumped 14. hold on to 16. in good health 18. intervals 20. miserable 90 (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO

 • 外国语学院 Thank you for your attention! (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO • 外国语学院 Thank you for your attention! (全新版)大学英语 BOOK TWO