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Unit 6 Women,
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Teaching Objectives
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• Grasp the main idea (the belief in superwomen
encourages average women to achieve their goal)
and structure of the text
• Appreciate how the author achieves coherence for
her essay
• Master key languages points and grammatical
structures
• Conduct a series of activities related to the text
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Outline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Warm-up activities
Culture notes
Text-analysis
Words,Phrases & Sentence structures
Review
Key to exercise of Text A
Key to exercises of Text B
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Who is the first person to say that “women, half• the
sky”?
Women,
Half the sky !
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Women’s role in China over the decades
In the old society of China,
women in general were
inferior to man. They always
do housework all the time,
and not have their own
spare time. Maybe it was a
luxury , or it is impossible
for them to relax and
learning knowledge.
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As time goes on, the society is
developing dramatically in all fields.
Women’s role in society of China
has been undergoing great
changes. Overall, women become
increasingly independent.
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Women have the rights to receive
education. From working as
nurses and teachers to doctors,
engineers and managers, women
are no longer confined to certain
professions.
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They even
surpass men in
some fields which
used to be
dominated by men.
With the
recognition of
women’s abilities,
they are receiving
growing respect
from society.
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However, some people
still hold that…
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A woman’s place is in the home
A woman’s work is never done
 What’s your understanding of the above sayings?
 Can you give an account of a typical day of
your mother?
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Do you want your future wife / yourself to be a
working woman or housewife? Give reasons.
If you were reborn, would you prefer to be a man
or a woman? Why?
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女人这辈子挺难 :
漂亮点吧,太惹人眼,
不漂亮吧,拿不出手;
学问高了,没人敢娶,
学问低了,没人想要;
活泼点吧,说招蜂引蝶,
矜持点吧,说装腔作势;
会打扮吧,说是妖精,
不打扮吧,说没女人味;
自已挣钱,男人望而步,
男人养吧,说傍大款;
生孩子吧,怕被老板炒鱼,
不生孩子,怕被老公炒鱿鱼。
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做男人也挺难
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帅点吧,太抢手;
不帅吧,拿不出手;
活泼点吧,说你太油;
不出声吧,说你太闷;
会挣钱吧,怕你包二奶;
不挣钱吧,又怕孩子断奶;
找个漂亮女人吧,太操心;
找个不漂亮的吧,不甘心;
光顾事业了,说你没责任感;
光顾家了, 说你没事业心;
专一点吧, 说你不成熟;
花心点吧, 说你是禽兽;
有钱吧,
说你是坏人;
没有钱,
骂你窝囊废;
不去应酬, 怕被老板废了;
去应酬吧, 怕被老婆废了;
结婚吧,
怕自己后悔;
不结婚吧, 怕老了后悔;
要个孩子吧,怕出生没钱养;
不要孩子吧,怕老了没人养;
Sexism at Work
Male
job interview
be employed
by a company
aftermath
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Female
open only to males full preparation but no
use
Earn More
Earn less
Very safety
fired due to marriage
more hope to
be promoted
Easy to display their
capability
less hope to
be promoted
barely have chances to
display their talent
high positions and few women succeed in
winning high positions as
salaries
well as high salaries
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女强人用英语怎么说?
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Film Recommended
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• A college graduate who goes to New York City
and gets a job as a co-assistant to powerful and
demanding fashion magazine editor Miranda
Priestly.
• Starring the “boss from hell”, Streep
manages to make the character both amusing,
scary and touching (sometimes
simultaneously).
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Culture
Notes
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Feminism
In the 1960s feminism (=the belief that women and men are equal
in abilities and should have equal rights and opportunities) became
the subject of intense debate when the women’s liberation movement
encouraged women to reject their traditional supporting role and to
demand equal status and equal rights with men in areas such as
employment and pay.
Since then the gender gap between the sexes has been reduced.
However, the battle between feminist and traditional views of a
woman’s role continues. It is widely accepted by younger people that
women should, if they wish, be allowed to develop their careers and
not
give up work when they
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 Feminism has brought about many
changes in the English language. Many
words for job titles that included “man”
have been replaced.
For example “police officer” is used
instead
of
“policeman”
and
“chairperson” for “chairman”.
“He” is now rarely used to refer to a
person when the person could be either
a man or a woman.
The title “Ms” is used for women
instead of “Miss” or “Mrs”, since it
does not show whether a woman is
married or not.
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The Brooklyn Bridge
1. A friend said that…, she had a
bridge in Brooklyn she’d like to sell
me.(L6)
2. Despite my friend’s…to buy that
bridge she mentioned. (L66)
3. Then I’ll tell her …her own
version of that bridge after all. (L86)
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Evening provides some of the most recognizable
images of the New York icon: Brooklyn Bridge at
night has been captured in countless photographs.
Bright lights fall on the Brooklyn Bridge at night,
illuminating one of the most beloved structures in
New York City.
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• A National Historic Landmark.
• Completed over a century ago, the Brooklyn Bridge still
stands today as not only a beautiful and iconic image of
New York City, but also a functioning link between
Manhattan and Brooklyn.
• This bridge is traversed by over 140,000 pedestrians(行
人), bicyclists, and motorists each day. History of the
Brooklyn Bridge spans from the commencement(开始)
of construction in 1870 to the day Brooklyn Bridge
Manhattan was finally completed in 1883.
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Selling the Brooklyn Bridge to Sb.
• Tricking sb. in a deal
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Oklahoma
Produces oil, gas, coal, wheat and cotton
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Oklahoma
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The name Oklahoma was derived by combining the
Choctaw words for “red” and “people”. Part of the state’s
area had been originally put aside for settlement of Native
Americans and was known as Indian Territory(领域).
The other section of the state, Oklahoma Territory, was
gradually opened for white settlement toward the end of
the 19th century. Oklahoma earned its nickname, the
Sooner State, from the fact that some land-hungry settlers,
known as the Sooners(抢先占有土地者), jumped the
starting gun that was to open one section of the territory to
settlers and rushed in to take land before they were legally
entitled to do so.
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Oklahoma was admitted to the Union on November 16,
1907, as the 46th state. Resulting from the combination of
Indian and Oklahoma territories, the state retains marked
features of its Native American heritage in the makeup of
its population and the Indian place-names in the state.
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John Milton
John Milton (1608~1674), English poet
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John Milton
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 John Milton (1608~1674) is an English poet, whose rich,
dense verse was a powerful influence on succeeding
English poets, and whose prose was devoted to the
defense of civil and religious liberty.
 Milton is often considered the greatest English poet after
Shakespeare. The epic poem Paradise Lost《失乐园》
(1667), Milton’s masterpiece and one of the greatest
poems in world literature, dramatizes the Biblical
account of humanity’s banishment ( 放 逐 ) from
Paradise.
 Milton also wrote a sequel to Paradise Lost, called
Paradise Regained《复乐园》 (1671), in which Jesus
triumphantly resists Satan and regains the Paradise
lost by Adam and Eve.
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Part Division of the Text
Parts Lines
Main Ideas
Despite her friend’s advice, the author,
unable to resist the temptation, falls for
superwomen stories again.
1
1~19
2
20~37 Her encounter with a superwomen
and its impact on her.
3
38~65
She tells about what prevents her
from becoming a superwoman herself.
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Text
Analysis
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Introductory Remark
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Whether you like it or not, women in many cases
have to take up more responsibilities
than men. That’s
GR-3.1
why the author writes: “Men have generally been
assured that achieving their heart’s desires would be a
piece of cake. Women, of course, have always believed
that we can’t have our cake and eat it too.” What she
means is that men are encouraged to achieve their goals
in life, but women know that they can only achieve
some goals at the expense of other goals. However,
there are superwomen in the real world who are able to
perform great deeds and to enjoy their lives at the same
time. It is they who give the average woman the
courage to go on, that is to say, the belief in
superwomen encourages average women to achieve
their goals.
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Part Division of the Text
GR-1.Text11
Parts Lines
4
5
Main Ideas
66~80 She analyzes why she is still fascinated
by modern superwomen tales.
81~88 She comes to the conclusion that to
her, admiring a heroine is something
a
worth doing.
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Word-web
GR-2.word.1
1. Find as many
words or phrases as possible related to
food in the text .
to bake cakes
a piece of cake
you can’t eat the
cake and have it
too
to devour
the old
low-dream
diet
strawberry jam
food
a diet
without
treats
a whole box of
cookies
a dieter
tea
juice
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soup
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GR-2.word.2
2. Can you get the implied meaning of those words or
phrases?
Those words or phrases just reflect the traditional role of
women as food-providers.
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Writing strategy:
Coherence & repetition
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Three main ways of achieving
coherence in this text:
GR-4.1
1. the use of transitional words and phrases,
2. the repetition of key words and phrases,
3. the use of parallel structure.
Scanning
1. Try to find transitional words like but, however, yet,
especially in Paragraphs 8 to 10.
2. The most striking feature of this text is the repetition of key
words and phrases. Try to scan the whole text to find the
following key words and phrases.
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Repetition of key words
1. InSuperwoman
2.
her spare time
L15:superwomen
L4: in her spare time
L66: superwomen
L20:
superwoman
L6: in her spare time
L76: superwoman
L33: supersisiters
in her spare time
L22:
L78: heroine
L36: in their spare time
L56: superwoman
L37: in your spare time
L61: superheroines
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L79: superwomen
L80: heroine
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Repetition of key words
What is the purpose of repeating key
words ?
1. Remind the readers of the topic
2. Indicating that many people believe in
superwoman stories
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synonymous phrases of
fairy tale
modern fairy tale,
fantasy,
dream,
incredible achievements,
extraordinary deeds
point out the fact that many people do not
believe in superwomen stories.
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Superwomen in the text
1. Kate L.(papas.1-2)
2. a politician’s daughter
3. a practicing pediatrician
(Papa.3)
4. a television anchorwoman
5. a woman executive of a national
corporation (paras. 4-5)
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What expressions are used to refer to ‘success’ of superwomen?
L10: incredible accomplishments
L63: modern fairy tales
L70: extraordinary deeds
L76: an impossible dream
L77: fantasy
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Superwomen: no easy job
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(paras. 8-11)
1. She’s unable to get her act together.
2. She can almost expect something to go wrong as long
as she gets to work.
3. Anything might happen that would take up much
more of time she puts aside for a certain job.
4. She usually feels exhausted after a busy day.
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Words & Phrases
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item n.
1) a single piece of news
• There is a fascinating news item in Today’s
China Daily.
2) a single article or unit on a list or among a set
• There are at least 50 items on her Christmas
shopping list.
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draft
1. n. a rough outline or version
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•
My student emailed the first draft of his
thesis to me yesterday.
This is only the first draft of my speech, but
what do you think of it?
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Undo
1.
•
2.
•
3.
•
v. (fml) disturb or upset greatly
My daughter’s idea about wealth undid me.
v. untie, open
Would you please undo this knot for me?
V. Ruin
In 5 minutes he undid my whole day’s work.
What is done can’t be undone.
【谚】覆水难收(事已定居,无法挽回)
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hit/strike home
1. (of marks, etc.) have the intended effect
• His criticism hit home. I was really selfish.
• I could see from her expression that his
comments had hit home.
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Incredible=unbelievable
• It seemed incredible that people would still
want to play soccer during a war.
• There has been an incredible amount of
interest in the information highway during the
last few years.
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consume
1. v. eat or drink
• Michael consumes nearly a pound of cheese
per day.
2. v. use up
• E.g. The human body consumes energy in
the form of carbohydrates.
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care for
• 1) take care of
• The college students volunteered to care for
the elderly in their community.
• 2) like or love
• She had two sons and didn’t care for either.
• My mother doesn’t really care for tea; she likes
coffee better.
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corporation
1. a large business or company
• Several multi-national corporations are
located in the new district of Pudong.
• It’s easier for students graduating from wellknown universities to get positions in large
multinational corporations.
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rarely
1. adv. not happening often
• Rarely have I seen a student who is so
absorbed in history.
• He very rarely wears a raincoat because he
spends most of his time in a car.
• It’s strange that the couple were rarely seen
together.
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client
1. n. a person who buys goods or service
• Our company is CITI Bank’s most valued
client.
• The company requires clients to pay
substantial fees in advance.
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lap
1. n. the flat area formed by your thighs when
you are sitting down
• Sitting on her mother’s lap, the little girl was
quiet.
2. n. a part of long journey, between two points
where you stop
• The first lap of our trip is from New York
City to Boston.
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harmony
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1. n. pleasant combination of different notes of
music played at the same time
• The kids are singing in harmony.
2. n. a state or condition of agreement,
cooperation, or peacefulness
• Since they moved to this community they
have lived in harmony with their neighbors.
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by nature
1. as a result of inborn or inherent qualities;
innately
• He is by nature rather an aggressive person.
• I’m not by nature a violent man, but these
insults were more than I could bear.
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get one’s act together
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• (infml) organize oneself and one’s activities so
that one does things in an effective way
• Steve will have to get his act together if he is
going to pass the exam. He can’t just sit about
doing nothing all day.
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military
1. adj. relating to the armed forces of a country
• The president has not ruled out the
possibility of military action.
• Your working day will need to be organized
with military precision.
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put pencil/pen to paper
1. V. start to write
• The instant he put pencil to paper, his fouryear-old son would sit beside him quietly.
• When I put pencil to paper yesterday, vivid
memories came flooding back of my first day
in school.
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at intervals
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1. sth. that happens at intervals happens
occasionally
• The interview continued, with Smith breaking
off at intervals to consult his notes.
2. used to state the precise gap in time or
distance between things
• There were red warning lights at intervals
along the street.
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set aside
1. put (time or money) away for a special
purpose
• I have a little money set aside for
emergencies.
• My husband set aside half an hour every
morning to do sports.
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race the clock
1. do sth. quickly in order to finish it in the
available time
• The deadline will be due tomorrow. We have
to race the clock.
• The semester is coming to an end. We have
to race the clock every day to prepare for
our final exams.
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possess
1. v. (fml) have or own
• It is said that Michael possesses a fortune of
more than two billion dollars.
• The number of nations that possess nuclear
weapons in on the rise.
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bide one’s time
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1. wait patiently for a chance
• His political rivals are biding their time
until after the election for a chance to attack
his policies.
• She bided her time, planning revenge.
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charm
1. v. attract; give pleasure to
• I was charmed by her slim figure and soft
voice.
2. n. pleasing quality; attractiveness
• “Snowwhite and Seven Dwarves” has never
lost its original charm.
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take in
• (usu. passive) cheat
• She was so smart that she couldn’t be taken in
by her colleagues.
• The students played a trick on their teacher.
Unfortunately he was taken in completely.
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despite
1. adv. in spite of
• Despite the fact that she fell midway through
the race, she won.
• They had a wonderful holiday, despite the
bad weather.
• Despite wanting to see him again, she
refused to reply to his letters.
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have sth./little/much/nothing to do with
• I am not sure what her job is, but it has
something to do with marketing.
• His decision to move overseas has a lot to do
with his financial problem.
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achieve/have one’s heart’s desire(s)
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1. get sb./sth. you want very much
• To achieve her heart’s desires, she had to
work from morning to night.
• When she agreed to marry him he felt he had
achieved his heart’s desire.
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a piece of cake
1. sth. that is very easy to do
• Getting in tough with his overseas friends via
email is a piece of cake for the old man.
• Shopping on line is a piece of cake for the
five-year-old.
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sophisticated
1. worldly-wise; showing knowledge of the
world
• Richard was still young, but he was
sophisticated enough to know when people
were not telling the truth.
2. advanced or complicated
• The missile has a sophisticated guidance
system.
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move on to
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1. stop doing one thing and begin dealing with
the next
• We’re about to move on to the second stage
of the project.
• She ran this shop for ten years before
deciding to move on to the real estate
business.
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investment (in)
1. v. putting money in sth.
• More and more people have the desire to
buy a house as an investment.
• Buying shares in blue-chip companies is
always a sound investment.
• Total foreign investment in America still
constitutes only a small portion of US assets.
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Sentence Structures
1. I should have known better than to
ask…(L32)
2. Other women,…, not only during
office hours, but in their spare time
as well. (L35)
3. I imagine how lovely life would be
if only I possessed …(L60)
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Useful Expressions
1.校友简报
alumni bulletin
2.校长助理
assistant principal
3.博士论文
doctoral dissertation
4.有时间做某事
have time for sth.
5.法学院
law school
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Useful Expressions
6.开业儿科医生
practicing pediatrician
7.电视女主持人
television anchorwoman
8.女总裁
woman executive
9.如瑞士表一样精确
as precisely as a Swiss watch
10.听起来熟悉
have a familiar ring
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Useful Expressions
11.有权有势的人们
12.博士后物理学研究
13.象作战计划
那样精确的时间表
14.如约
15.决定此事
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movers and shakers
postdoctoral studies in physics
schedule of military precision
as promised
OK the matter
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16.组织才能
the organizational skill
17.乐观的生活态度
an optimistic approach to life
18.同时做两件不相容的事而双收其利
have one’s cake and eat it
19.平淡无味的生活
unappealing life
20.干得好
well done
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Talk about the Pictures
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Talk about the Pictures
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Key to Exercise
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P187-188 Vocabulary
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Incredible
Remainder
Hits home
Investment
By nature
Lap
Decorate
Harmony
Move on to
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10. Bulletin
11. At intervals
12. Client
13. Theory
14. Item
15. Military
2. Rewrite sentences. P188
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Though Roger is absolutely convinced that the plan will
work, I am still skeptical of / about it.
Carol’s worrying about her daughter has much to do with
her being hooked on the internet recently.
Alison’s so disorganized-I wish she’d get her act togher.
Despite her resolution not to believe such modern fairy tales
any more, she couldn’t resist the idea of admiring
superheroines.
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3. Complete sentences. P188-189
1. Don’t be taken in;his charming; by nature;
rarely.
2. is racing the clock;sophisticated.
3. Reproaches; for possessing; consuming
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II Synonyms. P189-190
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Also
As well/too
Too
Also
As well/too
Too
Also
also
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III Usage P190
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I used to hate jogging but I’m actually growing to like it now.
We didn’t have the chance to see her-she was too busy
It seems she was coming to understand it better as she grew older.
How did you manage to become a television anchorwoman?
Gradually I came to like the proposal she brought forward in the
group discussion.
You’re becoming more and more like your mother.
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Structure P191
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1)If only it were that simple!
2) We could go out this afternoon if only it would
stop raining.
3) If only she hadn’t told David about that,
everything would have been all right.
4) If only she hadn’t come into the room at that
particular moment.
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Structure P191
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1)Tom is/was too intelligent for his class so he
is/was not learning anything there.
2) The task is/was far too difficult for a nine-year
old.
3) There are/were too many people for such a
small room.
4) The noise became too much for me so I went
and complained.
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Cloze A P192
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Incredible
Corporation
Care for
Set aside
Decorate
Move on
Put pen to paper
Draft
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9. Piece of cake
10. Get our act together
11. Despite
12. charmed
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Cloze B P192-193
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One
When
Having
However
Wrong
Not
With
If
To
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10. Reads
11. In
12. Should
13. True
14. Up
15. Eventually
16. Plus
17. later
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Translation P193
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芭芭拉梦想当一名执行总裁已有好长时间
了。为了达到心中渴望的这一目的,她向多家跨
国(multi-national)公司申请工作,但都失败。然而,
似乎任何东西都不能使她气馁。不久前她利用当
地一家银行的贷款,开了一家餐馆。 她边做生意
边照料两个年幼的孩子。同时,她还攻读工商管
理硕士(MBA)学位。尽管如此,她努力做到将自
己的事情安排得井井有条。不过,即便对她来说,
争分夺秒地工作也绝非易事。这是件十分累人的
活儿。
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Translation
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• Barbara has dreamed of becoming a CEO for a long
time. To achieve her heart’s desire, she applied for a
job in many a multi-national corporation, but failed to
get it. However, nothing seems to be able to undo her.
With a loan from a local bank she opened a restaurant
not long ago. While doing business she is having two
young children to care for. Also, she is working
at/studying for an MBA degree. Despite all this she
manages to get her act together. Nevertheless, even to
her, racing the clock is by no means a piece of cake.
It’s a very exhausting job.
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Text B
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Anew
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Words and Phrases
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live for take/get/gain credit (for sth.)
party die of quit reaction
plead temporary renew soak up
at every opportunity weigh down
semester expensive stir plentiful
take back set out to do (sth.)
in control (of sth.) seek after
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Comprehension Check P198
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B
A
D
B
D
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A
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Language Practice P200
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Set out
Renewed
Temporary
Sought after
Weighed down
Quit
Plentiful
Takes all the credit
Pleased
Died of
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In control of\
Party
Expense
Lives for
Reaction
Semester
At every opportunity
Stir
Soak up
Take…back
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