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UNIT1 II. Listening Skills 1. M: Why don?t we go to the concert today? W: I?ll go get the keys. Q: What does the woman imply? 2. W: I can?t find my purse anywhere. The opera tickets are in it. M: Have you checked in the car? Q: What does the man imply? 3. M: Are you going to buy that pirated CD? W: Do I look like a thief? Q: What does the woman imply? 4. M: Do you think the singer is pretty? W: Let?s just say that I wouldn?t/t vote for her in the local beauty contest. Q: What does the woman imply about the singer? 5. M: Have you seen Tom? I can?t find him anywhere. W: The light in his dorm was on just a few minutes ago. Q: What does the woman mean? 1.B 2.B 3.D 4.C 5.A III. Listening In Task 1: Encore! As soon as the singer completed the song, the a udience cried, “Encore! Encore!” The singer was delighted and sang the song again. She couldn?t believe it when the audience shouted for her to sing it again. The cycle of shouts and songs was repeated ten more times. The singer was overjoyed with the response from the audience. She talked them and asked them why they were so much audience in hearing the same song again and again. One of the people in the audience replied, “We wanted you to improve it; now it is much better.” 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.F Task 2 What are your favorite songs? W: Hi, Bob! Do you want to go to a concert with me? M: A concert? What's it about?

W: It features recent pop songs. Are you interested? M: Hmm, I was crazy about pop songs when I was in high school, but now I'm no longer a big fan. Pop songs go out of fashion too quickly. I'm beginning to prefer old folk songs. W: Many older people find those songs cool, and my parents are hooked on them too. By the way, a program of golden oldies was on TV yesterday evening. M: Oh, what a pity! I missed it.

W: I have a DVD of oldies. I can lend it to you if you want. M: Oh, that would be great. I'm dying to hear them. Many thanks.

1.B 2.B 3.D 4.A 5.C Task 3Music and your mood Types Slow music Examples Effects

Very slow music below 50 beats per minute Faster music

Ballads and some forms It often creates a of classical music. peacefulatmosphere that is good for relaxing after a busy day. Jazz and blues. It can create an atmosphere ofsadness. Rock,heavy metal and It tends to give usenergy and dance music. make us feel full of life. It can be played at parties, sporting events and in cars. Rock music can be used to accompanyphysical labor. It does not make sense to blame rock music forroad accidents .

IV. Speaking Out Model 1 Do you like jazz? Laura: Hey! Bob: Hello! Laura: Do you like jazz, Bob? Bob: No, not much. Do you like it?

Laura: Well, yes, I do. I?m crazy about Wynton Marsalis. Bob: Oh, he?s a piano player, isn?t he? Laura: No, he?s a trumpet player. So, what kind of music do you like? Bob: I like listening to rock. Laura: What group do you like best? Bob: Er, The Cranberries. They?re the greatest. What about you? Don?t you like them? Laura: Ugh! They make my stomach turn! SAMPLE DIALOG A: Do you like classical music? B: No, I don?t like it at all. A: What type of music do you like? B: I?m a real fan of pop songs. A: Who?s your favorite singer or group? B: Jay Chou. What do you think about him? A: I can hardly bear pop songs. They are all noise to me. Model 2 Do you like punk rock? Max: What kind of music do you like? Frannie: Well, I like different kinds. Max: Any in particular? Frannie: Er, I especially like punk rock. Max: Punk rock? You don?t seem like the punk rock type. Frannie: You should have seen me in high school. I had my hair dyed blue. Max: Wow, that must have been a sight! Frannie: It sure was. What about you? What?s your favorite music? Max: I guess I like jazz best. Hey, I?m going shopping for CDs tomorrow. Would you like to come along? Frannie: Sure, that sounds great. SAMPLE DIALOG A: What sports appeal to you?

B: I like almost every kind of sport. A: Is there anything you like especially? B: Well, I like X-sports in particular. A: x-Sports? You don?t look like the extreme sports type. B: I have even tried bungee jumping and surfing. A: Wow, you certainly surprised me! B: Then how about you? What kind of sport do you prefer? A: I like t?ai chi most. In fact, I?m going to buy some books about t?ai chi. Why don?t you come with me? B: Sounds good. Let?s go. Model 3 It just sounds like noise to me. Philip: Turn down that noise! What on earth is it anyway! Laura: But dad…This is Metallica1 They?re so cool. They are one of the most famous heavy metal bands. Philip: I don?t care. It just sounds like noise to me. I can?t stand it! Laura: I love this kind of music, but if you really hate it that much, I?ll out on something else. What do you want to hear? Philip: How about some popular easy-listening music. Maybe something like Celine Dion? Laura: Not her again! Her music isn?t very hip any more. I think she is a bore. SAMPLE DIALOG A: That music is terrible! Turn off! B: But, Mom, this is Backstreet Boy?s hit song “Get down”! It?s really appealing. A: Nonsense. It?s just noise tome. I can?t put up with it anymore. B: It?s my favorite music. But if you hate it so much, I?ll hate something you like. What would like to listen to? A: What about some old songs of the 1970s like “The White -Haired Girl”? B: Ha-ha-ha-ha. It?s not fashionable any longer. I?ll be bored to death. V. Let?s Talk The Origin of the Song “Happy Birthday to You”

The story of the song “Happy Birthday to You” Began as a sweet one, but later became bitter. Two sisters, Mildred Hill, a teacher at a kindergarten, and Dr. Patty Hill, the principal of the same school, wrote a song together for the children, entitled “Good Morning to All”. When Mildred combined her musical talents with her sister?s knowledge in the area of kindergarten education, ?Good Morning to All” was sure to be a success. The sister published the song in a collection entitled “Song Stories of the Kindergarten” in 1893. Thirty -one years later, after Dr. Patty Hill became the head of the Department of Kindergarten Education at Columbia University?s Teachers College, a gentleman by the name Robert Coleman published the song, without the sisters? permission. He added a second part, which is the familiar “Happy Birthday to You”. Mr. Coleman?s addition of the second part made the song popular and, finally, the sisters” original first part disappeared. “Happy Birthday to You” had altogether replaced the sisters? original song “Good Morning to All”. In 1916 Patty took legal action against Mr. Coleman. In court, she succeeded in proving that hey were the real owners of the song. 1. teacher at a kindergarten 2. Good Morning to All 3. Happy Birthday to You 4. Happy Birthday to You Good Morning to All Possible Retelling for the Teacher?s Reference The story of “Happy Birthday to You” was a nice, sweet on eat the very beginning, but later turned into a bitter one. There were two sisters: one was Mildred Hill, and the other Patty Hill. The former had great musical talents, while the latter had knowledge of kindergarten education. Bu combining their abilities, the two produced a song called “Good Morning to All”. It was a success, and later published in a collection of songs for kindergartens. Thirty-one years later a man named Coleman published the song without the sisters? permission. To make things worse, he added a second part, which is the present “Happy Birthday to You”. This new song soon became popular and eventually it replaced the sisters? first part altogether. Then, in 1916, Patty took legal action against Coleman. In court she managed to prove that she and her sister really owned the song. VI. Further Listening and Speaking Task 1: Thank You for the Music I?m nothing special; in fact I?m a bit of a bore If I tell a joke, you?re probably heard it before But I have a talent, a wonderful thing

?Cause everyone listens when I start to sing I?m so grateful and proud All I want is to sing it out loud So I say Thank you for the music, the songs I?m singing Thanks for all the joy they?re bringing Who can live without it, I ask in all honesty What would life be Without a song or a dance what are we So I say thank you for the music For giving it to me Mother says I was a dancer before I could walk She says I began to sing long before I could talk And I?ve often wondered, how did it all start Who found out that nothing can capture a heart Like a melody can Well, whoever it was, I?m a fan So I say Thank you for the music, the songs I?m singing … Task 2: Mozart Mozart was a fascinating musician and composer whose fame continues to grow more than two centuries after his death. He was born in Salzburg, Austria, in 1756. Before the age of four, he had shown great musical talent. His father then decided to let him start taking harpsichord lessons. The boy?s reputation as a musical talent grew fast. At five, he was composing music. Form that time on, Mozart was performing n concerts and writing music. By his early teens, he had mastered the piano, violin and harpsichord, and was writing symphonies and operas. His first major opera was performed in Milan in 1770, when he was only fourteen. At fifteen, Mozart became the conductor for an orchestra in Salzburg. In 1781, he left for Vienna, where he was in great demand as both a performer and a composition teacher. His first opera was a success. But life was not easy because he was a poor businessman, and his finances were always in a bad state. His music from the next decade was not

very popular, and he eventually fell back on his teaching jobs for a living. In 1788 he stopped performing in public, preferring only to compose. He died in 1791 at the age of thirty-five. Although he lived only a short life, he composed over 600 works. 1. Which of the following is true of the four-year-old Mozart? B 2. What could Mozart do at the age of six? A 3. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as one of Mozart's accomplishments while he was in his early teens? A 4. Which of the following is true of Mozart? D 5. Which of the following could be the most appropriate title for the passage? C

Task 3: Karaoke Dalin: It?s Mike?s birthday on Friday, so a bunch of us are going to go to the karaoke bar. Would you like to come with us? Laura: Karaoke bar? You have a special place just for singing? In America, bars sometimes have a karaoke night where the customers can sing a song, but we haven?t special karaoke bars! Dalin: Really? In China, karaoke is a very popular way for friends ro spend time together. We can select the music that ur group enjoys. We mostly sing pop songs. Laura: Do you sing individually or in groups? Singing is not a very in thing, so I don?t sing very well. 1. F 2. F 3.T 4.T 5.T Speaking Musical Memories Tony: Listen! Quick, turn up the radio! Isn?t that “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?” Nancy: Yeah, it is, but what?s the big deal? Tony: When I was a little boy, my grandmother took me to see the movie The Lion King. That?s the Elton John song from the movie. Nancy: I still can?t understand why it?s so important to you. Tony: Because it was the first movie I ever saw with my grandma and because I really loved spending time with her. It is my favorite song of all times!

Nancy: The first time Tom and I went on a date, we went to see Titanic. I always think of the song “My Heart Will Go On” as our song! Whenever I hear it, I think of that night. Tony: Oh, I can understand why you love that song! Isn?t it interesting all the memories we connect with songs? Unit 1 test 1.C. Golden oldies 2.C. She is not familiar with the music they are listening to 3.D. Fast music can give p eople energy according to the man 4.C. They both think the tickets are expensive 5.B. The woman probably moved in not long ago 1.favorite band 2.Not anymore 3.no longer 4.a big fan 5.collected 6.the ones 7.Going crazy 8.Maybe to you 9.pressure 10.fall in love 11.get it 12.from time to time 13.Go on 14.music video 1.B. Music piracy is a good thing. 2.C. He has got lots of money from the record companies. 3.D. They were angry and were trying to settle the issue in court. 4.D. Both A) and B). 5.A. Neutral1.C. Response 2.D. Demand 3.A. Composed 4.B. Against 5.A. For 6.C. On 7.D. To 8.C. lunch ... the concert 9.B. had shown 10.C. by the name of UNIT2 II. Listening Skills 1. W: From what I can remember, the director asked us to rehearse this one hundred times. M: A hundred times? Is the director out of his mind? Q: What does the man imply? 2. M: What did you think about the movie you saw last night? W: I should have stayed at home. It was a complete waste of money. Q: What does the woman imply? 3. W: She said she might become a famous movie star. M: Yes, and pigs might fly. Q: What does the man mean? 4.M: So if you give me twenty dollars for three tickets, I can give you eight dollars change. W: Oh, that's cheaper than I expected.

Q:

How much is a ticket?

5 W: She's the best woman director ever. I've seen all her movies. M: Are you sure? She's never won any awards.

Q: What does the man mean? 1. A 2.D 3.B 4.C 5.B III. Listening In Task 1:Finally, we've found something in common. Amy: What did you think of the movie, Peter? Did you like it? Peter: Not really, Amy. It seemed that the director was just trying hard to impress us with strange close-ups and special sound effects, but he forgot to include a good story. Amy: The movie made you think. It was different from the superficial dialogs you usually see in films these days. Peter: But the movie seemed to be too dark and sad. Why does a movie have to be sad to be deep? Amy: But it is better than some violent movies with nothing but gunfights and exploding cars. I prefer thought-provoking movies. Peter: Sometimes you don't want to think. You just want light-hearted movies. By the way, did you see the new mystery movie shown at the local cinema yesterday? Amy: time. Oh, it was so suspenseful. I was on the edge of my seat the whole

Peter: I loved it too. The plot was great, and the acting was unbelievable. Amy: Now we've found something in common. I guess we can watch mysteries together in the future. Peter did not really like the movie because the directorwas just using strange close-ups and special sound effects, but did not include a good story. Amy enjoyed the movie because it made peoplethink. Peter disagrees, saying a movie does not have to besadto be deep. Amy argues that it is better than someviolent movies. Still, Peter thinks sometimes people don't want to think and just wantlight-hearted movies. Finally Peter and Amy found something in common. They both liked the newmystery movie, so they can watch mysteries togetherin the future.

Task 2: An actor forgetting his line There was once a great actor who could no longer remember his lines. After several years of searching, he finally found a theater that was willing to give him a try. The director said, “This is the most important part, and it has only one line. At the opening you walk onto stage carrying a rose. You hold the rose to your nose with just one finger and thumb, smell it deeply and then say the line on praise of the rose: ?Ah, the sweet smell of my love.?” The actor was excited. All day long before the play he practiced his line over and over again. Finally, the time came. The curtain went up, the actor walked onto the stage, looked at the audience, and with great emotion said the line, “Ah, the sweet smell of my love.” The audience exploded in laughter. Only the director was furious! “Ahhhhhh! You damned fool!” he cried. “You?ve ruined my play! You?ve ruined me!” The actor was puzzled, “What happened? Did I forget my line?” “No!” shouted the director. “You forget the rose!” 1.D 2.C 3.D 4.A 5.B Task 3: The Academy Awards The Academy Awards, popularly known as the Oscars, are presented every year by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to recognize excellent professionals in the film industry, including directors, actors, and writers.

The formal ceremony at which the awards are presented is one of the most important award ceremonies in the world. It is televised live in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and gathers large numbers of viewers elsewhere throughout the world. This year's ceremony was watched by more than 40 million Americans. It is said that only the Super Bowl, the Olympic Opening Ceremonies, and the Football World Cup Final draw more viewers in the United Sates.

However, the Academy Awards are not without criticism. It has been observed that several of the Academy Award winners have not stood the test of time. Critics claim that many films with artistic value, cultural influence and innovative qualities have not received enough attention. Since the 1980s, money-making blockbusters have often been Best Picture winners, but they are not necessarily great films with depth. The Academy Awards have also been criticized for favoring certain types of films and neglecting other types. The Best Picture prize has rarely been given to an animated film or a science fiction film, with Avatar as an exception

The Academy Awards or the Oscars recognize excellent professionals in the film industry, including directors, actors, and writers The Award Ceremony one of the mostimportantaward ceremonies in the world televised live in the United States, Canada,the United Kingdom gathering large numbers ofviewers elsewhere throughout the world watched by more than 40 millionAmericans Only the Super Bowl, the OlympicOpening Ceremonies, and the Football World Cup Final draw more viewers. Criticism Several of the Academy Award winners have not stood the test oftime. Many films with artistic value, cultural influence, and innovative qualities have not received enough attention. Money-making blockblusters withoutdepthhave often been Best Picturewinners. The Oscarsfavorcertain types of films and neglect other types. The Best Picture prize has rarely been given to an animated film or a science fictionfilm. and

IV. Speaking Out Model 1 Will you come with me? John: Laura, I am wondering if you?re free tomorrow night. Laura: Well, I guess I am. Why? John: I?ve got two Star Wars premiere tickets. Will you come with me? Laura: Yeah, definitely! Thanks for inviting me!

John: It?s my pleasure. Laura: I really wanted to see Star Wars on the opening night, but the tickets were sold out. How did you manage to get hold of them? John: A friend of mine works at the “Pepsi” headquarters, which is a major sponsor of the movie. So he was able to get the tickets for free. Laura: Wow, people are paying as much as $200 each on the black market. I?m flattered you went through all this trouble just for me. John: You?re welcome. Now Your Turn SAMPLE DIALOG A: Hi, are you busy this weekend? B: Yes. What?s on your mind? A: I?ve got two tickets for the car exhibition. Would you like to go with me? B: Sure. Thanks for your invitation. A: It?s nothing. B: I?ve been wanting to see exhibition, but it was not at all easy to get a ticket. How did you manage to get two tickets? A: A friend of mine works at the exhibition center. She was able to get three free tickets. B: Wow, people are paying almost 100 yuan for a ticket on the black market. Thank you very much indeed for inviting me. A: No problem. Model 2 What did you think about the movie? John: So… what did you think about the movie? Laura: Well… I think this Star Wars episode is an excellent piece of work, but not as good as the previous ones. John: Really? But I think this Star Wars episode was incredible! Laura: Why do you think so? John: Well, one of the most spectacular things about it was the special effects. State-of-the-art special effects were the main reason for the success of the previous episodes.

Laura: You?re right. The special effects were amazing! And I like the fact that they created so many fantastic settings and other-worldly costumes, weapons and creatures. Now Your Turn SAMPLE DIALOG A: What did you think about The Lion King? B: Well… I think this cartoon was pretty good, but not as good as Beauty and the Beast. It?s a killer flick. A: Really? But I think The Lion King was unbelievably good. B: I thought it was just OK. Why do you think so? A: Well, it?s so interesting that the lives of the lions were similar to the lives of human beings. B: You?re right. The murder in The Lion King was almost the same as the murder in the Shakespearean play Hamlet. Model 3 the plot is first-class. John: It?s kind of cool that they still used the same Star Wars theme song for this movie. Laura: Yeah! It just reminds me of the previous Star Wars scenes. John: I know exactly what you mean! Hearing that song makes me think of the past. Laura: I think the plot was first-class. But I don?t think the character development was that strong. John: Do you think that has anything to do with the casting of the movie? Laura: No, the casting was great; the actors are excellent, but I think the acting was a little weak. They just didn?t have a lot of funny or meaningful lines. John: Well, maybe, but I liked the little kid that played “Skywalker”. I can?t imagine anyone else playing that part. Laura: Yeah, I liked him too. He?s soooo cute! Now Your Turn SAMPLE DIALOG A: What do you think about the movie? B: I think the plot was first-class. But I don?t think the character development was so strong.

A: Yes, the characterization was rather weak. Do you think it is because of the casting of the movie? B: No, the cast was strong. But the acting was rather poor. And the lines are not interesting at all. A: Well, maybe. But I liked the heroine of the movie. She is excellent. B: Yeah, I liked her too. She?s adorable! V. Let?s Talk Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock was a British director. His movies frequently show innocent people caught up in situations beyond their control or even understanding. Hitchcock preferred the use of suspense in his movies. In surprise, the director provides the viewer with frightening things. In suspense, the director tells or shows things to the audience which the characters in the movie do not know, and then skillfully builds up tension around what will happen when the characters finally learn the truth. Hitchcock had a great sense of humor. Once at a French airport, a suspicious customs official looked at Hitchcock?s passport, which was marked simply PRODUCER. The curious official asked, “And what do you produce?” “Gooseflesh.” replied Hitchcock. Alfred Hitchcock always managed to make a brief appearance in his movies: He was sometimes getting on a bus, or crossing a street, pr walking in front of a store, or across the courtyard in an apartment. However, for the movie Lifeboat in 1944, he was faced with a difficult problem. The entire movie was set in a lifeboat out at sea, and there were only a few characters in the boat. Originally, he wanted to float by as a dead body, but he was afraid he?d sink! His clever solution was to place a photograph of himself in a newspaper that one of the characters read during the course of the movie. 1. A 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.D VI. Furthering Listening and Speaking Listening Task 1: Only One Line Peter has always wanted to be an actor, but never succeeded because he had a hard time memorizing lines. A friend of his told him about a small part in a play. He promised Peter that he could do it because he?s only have to remember one line. Peter decided to take the part. His only line was, “Listen, I hear the guns roar!” Peter practiced and practiced, “Listen, I hear the guns roar!” On the opening night of the play Peter was very nervous. Backstage, he practiced his line, over and over again, “Listen, I hear the guns roar! Listen, I

hear the guns roar!” Finally came his turn, Peter went onto stage. He heard a loud BOOM and cried out in spite of himself, “WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?” 1. memorizing lines 2. remember one line 3. I hear the guns roar 4. a loud boom 5.forgot his line Task 2: Movie Reviews I love movies! And after I see them, I like to comment on them. These are movies I saw this year I would like to recommend: Among comedies I highly recommend “Monsoon Wedding”. It?s an Indian movie. The story is about an Indian wedding. Preparations for the wedding bring out funny and sad situations touching on love and a past rape. This movie shows some of the wonderful customs of India, and the importance of family and love. It?s great! Among dramas, I like “Adaptation”. It is an excellent movie! But for me the first part of the movie was too fast to follow. I hope to see it again on DVD with captions. “The Pianist” is set in the Second World War. It?s about a young Polish-Jewish pianist, who lives in Warsaw with his family. The Nazis sent his family to die in the concentration camps. He was safe, but would have died without unusually good luck and the kindness of a few non-Jews. This is a powerful movie with thought-provoking themes. “Rabbit-Proof Fence” is set in the 1930s in Australia, and it?s based on real events. It is about three native girls who are separated from their families by the racist police who send them to special centers. There the girls are taught practical skills, and the government tries to integrate them into white Australian society. They can away from the camp and walked 1,500 miles to find their mothers. This is a sad, touching story that you should not miss. 1.A 2.C 3.C 4.A 5.D Task 3: Let's go and see the movie. Lisa: What kind of movie do you want to see, Nick? Nick: I really want to see Monster Night, the horror movie advertised in newspapers. Lisa: Monster Night? It sounds scary. I don't like horror films.

Nick: OK. It's not yet in theaters anyway. It won't be coming out until next week. What movies are playing now?

Lisa: Let me check... There's an action film starring Jet Li, and... Monster Night! It's already in theaters. Nick: What? It is? Which theater is it playing at? Lisa: it. Nick: All the critics have given Monster Night great reviews. What time is the next showing? Lisa: Well, if we hurry, we can make the three o'clock show. The show after that is at 4:30. But I'm too frightened to see this one. Nick: Come on, Lisa! Don't be a chicken. Let's go! We have to get tickets before they sell out! 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.F Speaking Views on Movies Interviewer: Hello, Robert and Richard, I?d like to ask you something about movies. Do you prefer going to the theater or watching movies on video at home? Robert: I prefer, personally, going to the theater, because I believe there are certain movies that come over better when you see them in a large theater. The sound effect is much better. Interviewer: What about you, Richard? Richard: Just the opposite. It?s more comfortable to sit at home. Interviewer: There?re many different movie genres, for example, science fiction, action, comedy, romance. What?s your personal favorite? Robert: My favorite would be action movies. Richard: And mine would be nice movies that touch me deeply. Interviewer: How do you like the old black and white movies of the forties, and fifties compared with the modern blockbusters? Robert: For their time, the movies of the forties and fifties were excellent. But try to compare them with today?s technology, and you?ll find there isn?t anything to compare. It?s so superior today. Richard: I agree. Unit 2 test 1.C. The man likes to see movies in theater. 2.B. The man likes animation while the woman likes realistic movies 3.A. He doesn't It's showing at the theater in the mall. But I really don't want to see

want to see the movie 4.B. Any films except violent films 5.D. He missed some details of the movie 1.a very good 2.starring 3.best-seller 4.a new classic 5.violent 6.somewhat 7.before 8.the calmness 9.death 10.thought 1.D. The movies they plan to watch and what they have already watched. 2.B. A come dy 3.D. Because he wants the girl to move closer to him. 4.C. He jumped and screamed. 5.A. He threw popcorn in the aisle. 1.C. Set 2.C. are separated from 3.B. was faced 4.A. comment on 5.B. On 6.C. Remembering 7.C. would have died 8.D. What 9.A. How 10.C. over and over again UNIT3 II. Listening Skills 1. M: Will you love and keep him in sickness and in health, as long as you both shall live? W: I will. Q: Who is the woman? 2. W: Mike, wake up1 It is time to go to school. Hurry up or you?re going to be late! M: Don?t worry. I can sleep all day long. Did you forget today is Martin Luther King?s birthday? Q: Who is the woman most likely to be? 3. M: Could I see your driver?s license and registration, please? W: What?s the matter, officer? Q: Who is the man? 4. M: I?d like to ask you about the research paper you assigned that we have to do by the end of the semester. W: ok. What would you like to know? Q: Who is the woman most likely to be? 5. W: I?ve cleaned the windows, mopped the floors, and folded the laundry. Is there anything else that you would like me to do before I cal lit a day? M: Did you do the living room yet? Q: Who is the woman most likely to be? 1.B 2.C 3.D 4.A 5.A

III. Listening In Task 1: Don?t be a chicken! Gilbert: Hey, Henry, is Sarah coming with us? Henry: Yes. Why? Gilbert: Nothing. I?m just asking. Henry: Just asking? But why is your face flaming red? Ah-huh, someone has a crush on Sarah, doesn?t he? Gilbert: Who has a crush?! Henry: Come on, Gilbert, don?t be such a chicken. If you like her, just go and tell her. Maybe she likes you. Gilbert: But I don?t have the guts to ask her out. Henry: What are you so afraid of? Gilbert: I?d totally die if she turned me down. Henry: But that?s better than keeping everything to yourself. You?ve got to let her know. Come on! You?ve got to take a chance! Gilbert: I don?t know… Well, maybe you?re right, but how am I going to tell her I like her? 1. go out 2. flaming red 3.crush 4. chicken 5. likes 6. guts 7. turn him down 8. keeping everything 9.tell her Task 2: Dating in America Before marriage, younger Americans date each other, that is, they often go out together. Casual dating usually begins in the early teens, and in the late teens a pattern of steady dating develops. There is a great possibility that one goes to a dance with one person, to a football game with another, and to a picnic with a third. Sometimes two couples go out together. This is known as "double-dating". Group dating is also popular among young people. Large groups of boys and girls may go around together. Young people may go out together for a long time, which is, in effect, a public statement of their intention to marry. Men and women go out together a great deal, especially those in cities. This is "adult dating". They ski together and they dine together, either at restaurants or in each other's homes. The American dating system is a rather casual one. Often young Americans who hardly know each other go out on dates. It is also acceptable for them to arrange a "blind date", that is, a date between two young people who have not met before.

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(1) early (2) marry (6) Adult dating

late teens (3) (7)

Double-dating (4) Blind date (9)

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Task 3: An American Wedding American weddings are not always the same. I'd like to show you pictures of my wedding. When we got engaged, an announcement was published in the newspaper. The announcement typically includes the names of the bride, the bridegroom and their parents and when the wedding is expected to be held. About a month before the wedding, we sent out wedding invitations to relatives and friends. This is the church where we had the wedding. My father gave me away to my future husband. Then the minister started the wedding ceremony. He greeted the guests and talked about the meaning of marriage. Next, we exchanged vows and gave each other rings. This is the main part of the wedding. After the vows, the minister prayed for us. Then the minister declared us husband and wife, and we kissed each other. Here is my sister, who was a bridesmaid. This is the bouquet I carried. Traditionally, the unmarried women gather after the wedding, and the bride throws her bouquet to them. The one who catches it will, according to tradition, be the next person to get married. At the reception, we cut the wedding cake and fed each other bites of the cake. Then we toasted each other with champagne. Finally the reception was over, and the minister signed the marriage certificate and we were legally married. 3-2-1-8-4-7-6-9-5 IV. Speaking Out Model 1 I just broke up with Alice! John: Hey, Se-Jin, what?s wrong with you? You look so down! Se-Jin: Nothing. John: I know it?s not your studies, so it must be girl trouble. You must have a broken heart. Se-Jin: Well, you?re right. I just broke up with Alice. John: Oh, I?m sorry. I thought you two were made for each other. Se-Jin: Well, you never know. I want to settle down, but she wants a career while she?s still young. John: Well, it?s always difficult to choose between career and family. Se-Jin: Maybe you?re right. John: I don?t know what to say to comfort you, but try to cheer up! Se-Jin: Yeah, but it?s hard to forget her at the moment. You know, we were together for almost three years.

John: There?s lots more fish in the sea and you?ll find your perfect match! Now Your Turn A: Why do you look so upset? B: I?m all right. A: I know it?s not your work. So anything wrong with Susan and you? B: Well, you?re right. I just spilt up with her. A: Oh, I?m sorry. I thought the two of you made a good match. B: I think I should have a career first but she wants to get married right now. A: Well, it?s hard to make a choice between career and family. B: Yeah, it?s hard. A: I know it?s difficult, but try to cheer up! B: You know, we were together for a long time. I can?t get her out of my mind. A: Well, you?ll find a good match sooner or later. Model 2 Leo proposed to me. Mary: Laura! Guess what! Leo proposed to me! Laura: Wow. That?s wonderful. Did you accept? Mary: Not yet. I have some doubts…like the age factor. I?m really robbing the cradle here. Laura: I know he?s fur years younger than you, but he?s mature for his age. Mary: I?m worried about the cultural differences, too. Laura: But I can see that both of you have the same interests and personalities. That?s even more important. Mary: Maybe you?re right. Now Your Turn A: Can you believe it? Philip made a proposal to me! B: How wonderful. Did you say yes? A: Not yet. I?m concerned about the age gap. He?s much younger than me. B: I know he?s a few years younger than you, but I think he is mature than mind.

A: I?m also worried about whether we can maintain a long distance relationship. You know, he lives in another city. B: But you love each other. That?s very important. A: Maybe you?re right. Model 3 There?s something about him. Jane: Laura, I know you like Charles a lot, but what do you like about him? Laura: Well, there?s just something about him. Jane: Really? What is this something? Laura: Well, he?s mature, handsome, gentle, and successful. I think he?s for me. Jane: He?s certainly mature, but don?t you think he?s a little old for you? He?s almost twice as old as you are! Laura: Well, age shouldn?t be something that comes in the way of a person?s marriage. Jane: It?s true that age isn?t the most important issue, but what would your parents think? Laura: I don?t care what other people think. I just know that I love him and he loves me. Love?s all that matters. Now Your Turn A: Well, you and Chris have been together for a long time. What are his good points? B: There?s something wonderful about him. A: Really? What do you mean by this something? B: Well, he?s handsome, humorous, and hard-working. I think he?s my perfect match. A: But I think he is too old for you. B: Well, age doesn?t matter too much for me. A: But what would your parents and friends think? B: I don? worry too much about what other people think. For me, love is the most important V. Let?s Talk Online dating

Online dating is a dating system which allows people to make contact and communicate with each other over the Internet, usually with the objective of developing a romantic relationship. Online dating services usually provide matchmaking over the Internet through the use of personal computers or cell phones.

Online dating sites generally require applicants to provide personal information before they can search the database for other individuals using criteria they set, such as age, gender, race, religion and location. Most sites allow members to upload photos of themselves and browse those of others. Sites may offer additional services, such as online chatting, telephone chatting, and message boards.

Some sites provide free registration, but may offer services which require a monthly fee. For example, they may offer full access to profiles, but provide additional services for pay, such as putting paying users' profiles at the top of the list, making their profiles appear several times in different places in the search results and giving them a more advanced search engine to work with. In one real example, free users may only search for persons of specified age, gender and city, while subscribers may also search for such information as height, weight and interests. Other dating sites depend on advertising for their income. In the recent years such sites have become increasingly popular.

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VI. Furthering Listening and Speaking Task 1: Finding the Right Type of Girl Keith: Hey, Peter! You?ve been in the room all night. Get out and danc e with someone like that babe over there. Peter: No way, Keith! She?s the intellectual type. My pickup line just won?t work with her. Keith: Oh, come on, man! What kind of girl do you like? Peter: I want a girl that gentle and mild, and that babe is not the right type. Keith: Times are changing, and you?ll never find a woman that will shine your shoes and fill your beer mug all the time. Wake up. Peter: Oh really? I still prefer women that stay home, cook, clean, and take care of the kids.

Keith: Okay, then what will you do after you get home from work? Peter: Hmm. Eat, watch TV, and throw our the trash. Keith: Wit, wait, wait. I can?t believe my ears. You?ll never find a wife. 1.B 2.D 3.C 4.A

Task 2: He thinks I?m God. A young woman brings home her fiancé to meet her parents. After dinner, her mother tells her father to find out about the young man?s plans. The father invites the fiancé to his study for a drink. “So what are your plans?” the father asks the young man. “I am a Bible student,” he replies. “A Bible student. Hmm.” The father says. “Good, but what will you do to provide my daughter with a nice house such as she?s accustomed to?” “I will study,”: the young man replies, “and God will provide for us.” “And how will you buy her a beautiful engagement ring such as she deserves?” asks the father. “I will concentrate on my studies,” the Youngman replies, “and God will provide for us.” “And children?” asks the father. “How will you support children?” “Don?t worry, sir. God will provide,” replies the fiancé. The conversation goes on like this, and each time the father questions him, the young man insists that God will provide. Later, the mother asks, “How did it go, honey?” The father answers, “He had no job and no plans, but the good news is he thinks I?m God.” 1. the young man's plans 2. a nice house 3. God will provide for us Don't worry, sir 5. play the role of God Task 3: Wedding vows Before the wedding, the groom went up to the minister with an unusual offer. "Look, I'll give you $100 if you'll change the wedding vows. When you get to the part where I'm expected to promise to ?love, respect and obey her', ?giving up all others', and ?be true to her forever', I'd be happy if you'd just leave that part out." He gave the minister the cash and walked away with a light heart. The wedding day arrived, and the bride and groom reached that part of the ceremony where they make vows to each other. When it was time for the 4.

groom's vows, the minister looked the young man in the eye and said, "Will you promise to kneel before her, obey her every command and wish, serve her breakfast in bed every morning of your life and make a vow before God and your lovely wife that you will never even look at another woman, as long as you both shall live?" The groom was shocked, but in spite of himself, he said in a low voice, "Yes, I will." Then the groom whispered to the minister, "I thought we had a deal." The minister put the $100 into his hand and whispered back, "She made me a much better offer." 1.F 2.F 3.T 4.T 5.F Speaking Mutual Love Jill: You know, Robert, we?ve been dating a long time now. Robert: Yeah. Twelve months next week. Jill: You remembered! Robert: Of course I did. How could I forget the anniversary of our first date? Jill: You?re so sweet. Can I tell you something? Robert: Sure. You can tell me anything. Jill: From our very first date, I knew we?d be together a long time. Robert: Can U tell you something? Jill: Yes. Robert: The feeling was mutual Unit 3 test 1.B. They are strangers to each other. 2.D. Because Rob has found Susie unfaithful 3.C. She hasn't decided to marry the ma n. 4.D. Her opinion towards love is influenced by her sister's experience. 5.C. A DIY cup . 1.He's engaged 2.even 3.fell in love with 4.swept him off his feet 5.popped the question 6.getting married 7.lonely 8.divorced 9 .different 1.C. He proposed marriage to her 2.A. He was nervous and trembling all over. 3.D. She gave him a hint by showing her ring finger. 4.B. It is a family treasure. 5.A. She is afraid of wearing it for fear of losing it. 1.B. Flaming 2.C. Crush 3.A. Out 4.D. In 5.D. In 6.C. a much better offer 7.A. Gather 8.C. To

9.B. the late teens 10.D. pickup line

UNIT4 II. Listening Skills 1. Good to the last drop.2. Make yourself heard. 3. Obey your thirst. 4. We lead. Others copy. 5. No business too small, no problem too big. 6. Drivers wanted. 7. Don't leave home without it. 8. She works while you rest. 2-4-5-8-3-7-6-1 III. Listening In Task 1: The Influence of Advertising Richard: Dad, I need a pair of new shoes for an important basketball game. My old ones look kind of funny. Father: Funny! We just bought those last spring. There?s a lot of life left in them. Richard: But look at this ad with Yao Ming. He says these shoes give him extra spring. Father: Yao Ming is so tall that he doesn?t need extra spring. Anyway, he makes money than I do. And they probably give him millions of dollars to wear those shoes. Richard: But if you bought me the shoes, I?d wear them for nothing. And I?d have that extra spring. Father: Do you think Yao Ming reached the top just because of the shoes he wears? Or was it something else? Richard: You mean like hard work, dedication, that sort of thing? Father: Exactly. Just focus on your studies and forget the shoes. 1. shoes 2. funny 3. a lot of life 4. ad 5.extra spring 6. money 7. millions of dollars 8. for nothing 9. reach the top 10. hard work 11. focus on 12. forget Task 2: A job ad for a friendly employee A firm advertising for a "friendly" employee has been asked to change its wording because it discriminates against unfriendly people.

Travelco, a travel agency, put in a request for a "friendly employee" to provide food for its staff. But the Job Center in Bristol told managing director Harry Smith that he would have to remove the word "friendly" before the advertisement could be accepted.

Mr. Smith said he could not believe the decision and thought it was "ridiculous". He said, "We were told we could not use that particular word because it was discriminatory against people who looked unfriendly. We thought it was ridiculous. It's only too natural for us to specify what kind of people we want." He added, "The people at the center have since said they thought they had been a little over the top."

The center had made it a rule that certain words were not allowed in ads and the words "motivated" and "enthusiastic" had been banned in the past.

An official of the center said, "We do have guidelines of not using personality characteristics in advertisements to ensure that there is no discrimination in the process."

She added, "We should leave the dispute to the local judges. They'll make the final decision. It's possible that a member of our staff has been over-enthusiastic in cutting out words in ads." 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.F 5.T Task 3: Don?t even think about it! “Don?t even think about it!” is a phrase commonly used in the United States when a person emphatically denies or refuse something. In 1995, Shaquille O? Neal, a popular basketball player, made a Pepsi commercial in which this phrase was used. The commercial begins with Shaq playing basketball, and a little kid is watching him. Then the boy cries out the name of this basketball star. Shaq turns to see the kid with a Pepsi n his hand. He walks over to the boy and says, “Hey, can I have it?” He bends over, supposing that his admirer will give him the Pepsi. But then the kid says, “Don?t even think about it!” This commercial was rather popular, and it had been shown on TV for about three years. The commercial seems to have a more dramatic effect than that produced by the Coca-Cola company in the 1970s. In the Coke ad a young boy meets football star “Mean” Joe Green as he is leaving the field a game. The boy gives his hero a bottle of Coke, and in exchange for the drink, the football player throws to the boy, who excitedly catches the souvenir.

The phrase “Don?t even think about it!” is used on many other occasions. Visitors to New York City are often amused to see a road sign with these words: “Don?t even think about parking here.” This road sign means that people are strictly prohibited from parking there. 1. A 2.B 3.B 4.C 5.C IV. Speaking Out Model 1 Who pays? Laura: Hey! Bob: Hey! Look, this is a cool TV commercial. “Things go better with Coke!” Laura: I think the Pepsi commercial is just as attractive: “The choice of a new generation!” Bob: Yeah, but the competitors are just canceling out each other?s efforts. Laura: That?s quite true. They both spend piles of money to increase their market shares, but neither gains. Bob: I?m afraid the extra costs of advertising will be passed on to the consumers. Laura: I hear that the advertising produces a good image of a product, and that leads to consumer brand loyalty. Bob: What do you mean by consumer brand loyalty? Laura: It means consumers are loyal to a certain product and keep buying it. Also, they?re willing to pay more. Bob: It seems contradictory. In other words, more sales mean lower production costs, but more advertising means higher costs to the consumer. In the end the winner is of course the company. Laura: That?s true! Now Your Turn A: Look, “Make yourself heard!” The Ericsson?s TV commercial is so cool. B: I think the Nokia?s commercial is just as fascinating: “Connecting People.” A: I?m afraid consumers will have to pay for the advertising. B: I hear that the advertisements create as a favorable on\mage of a product, and that leads to consumer brand loyalty. A: Could you explain “consumer brand loyalty”?

B: I mean consumers identify with the product and keep buying it. Sometimes they?re even willing to pay more. A: It is contradictory that increases sales lead to a lower production cost per unit, but more advertising results in greater costs for consumers. The winner is always the company. B: I agree. Model 2 Beware of ads! Peter: Mind if I switch channels? Those TV commercials are killing me. Jane: How can you say that? Watch: “Take Toshiba, take the world.” Fantastic! There?s a product you can depend on. A powerful product. Peter: If I were you, I wouldn?t trust those commercials. Jane: Now, look at this McDonald?s commercials! Aren?t those little kids cute? Oh, and there?s such a warm family feeling. Peter: Just how an advertising agency wants you to see McDonald?s. you?re the target audience. When they make TV commercials, they use scientific methods to learn what you?ll like and buy. Jane: Are you telling me those darling little children biting into Big Macs are part of a scientific project to get me into McDonald?s? Peter: Advertises don?t bother with facts more. Instead they want the end-user—that?s you—to fall in love with their product. Jane: I see. So what you?re saying is, “Watch out, or commercials will take over your life.” Now Your Turn A: Shall we switch to another channel? I don?t like those TV commercials. B: Why do you think so? Look: Just do it! What a powerful product. A: I doubt it. B: Now, look at this L?Oreal commercial. The model?s skin is so smooth. A: This is what they want you to believe: use the product and you will get the same skin. B: You mean they are lying about the product? I don?t really think so. A: Advertisers now appeal to emotions, not reason. They want you to like their product.

B: Well, I don?t really agree with you, but we can switch to another channel. Model 3 Are the free magazines free? Peter: Jane, what?s that magazine you?re reading? Jane: It?s one of those free magazine you can pick up around town. It?s got some pretty interesting articles in it. Peter: Wake up, Jane! It?s not free at all. Look at it: It?s all advertising. Jane: Maybe so, but if the advertising pays for the magazine, then I don?t have to. Peter: Sure you do. The cost of the ads is built into the products. Jane: Still, I think advertising serves a useful purpose. It tells me about new products. Peter: A lot of companies spend more money on advertising than on making quality products. Jane: But some commercials are really fascinating. Besides, you have the freedom to choose not to look at the ads. Peter: Well, it?s time to cook dinner. Now Your Turn A: What?s that brochure you?re reading? B: It?s a giveaway brochure you can easily find here and there. It?s got some pretty interesting things in it. A: Do you really think so? It?s not really free. Look at all the ads in it. B: Could be, but I don?t have to pay for it. A: You bet you do. The cost6oof the ads is included in the products. B: Still, I think advertising tells me about new products. It helps me in choosing what to buy. A: This is just what the advertisers want you to do. B: But some commercials are really fascinating. Besides, you?re didn?t have to believe all the ads. A: Well, let?s go swimming. V. Let?s Talk Advertising techniques To write good advertisements, you have to remember a number of things.

You should always start with the greatest benefit to consumers. For example, you can mention such advantages as money-saving, satisfying effects, improved health, better appearance, greater self-esteem and so on.

In an ad, you need to use pronouns properly. As you might know, consumers are usually interested in themselves. So you must direct all your comments at them. Use you, your and yours wherever possible. You can also include we, our and ours throughout your ad, but you should use I, me and mine very sparingly.

Also, it is important to use accurate numbers if possible. For example, "101 uses for this cell phone" is more likely to attract people's attention than "Many things to do with this cell phone". If an exact number does not sound convincing, use a percentage instead. For instance, if consumers are unlikely to believe that they can make "10,000 dollars" out of the advertised product, you can tell them they will "see a 20 percent increase in sales within the first year".

Moreover, don't use too many adjectives and adverbs: Save these for your poetry and love letters. An ad should contain plenty of verbs to convey a sense of action and urgency so as to encourage consumers to react to the ad promptly. In finishing your ad, you should tell consumers what you want them to do. For example, "Click here for more information." 1. T 2.F 3.T 4.F 5.T

VI. Furthering Listening and Speaking Task 1: Banning Cigarette Ads Nancy: Hey, Robert, what do you think about cigarette ads? Robert: They?re disgusting. Many countries have banned tobacco ads completely. Nancy: I heard in the States advertises are not allowed to show young people smoking cigarettes, neither are ads targeted at youth allowed. Robert: But advertises keep finding ways around the law. Some years ago one cigarette ad showed a deer smoking, but it was dressed in a university sweater. Obviously the ad is trying to attract young people.

Nancy: In order to increase sales, they have to make smoking appealing to young people. Make them think it?s cool. Robert: Right. Cigarette manufacturers need to keep bringing in new customers. The old ones are dying of lung cancer. Nancy: Good point. Our Student Union should do some publicity against smoking in campus. Robert: I couldn?t agree more. 1. They have banned tobacco/cigarette ads completely. 2. Advertisers are not allowed to show young people smoking cigarettes. 3. They keep finding ways around the law. 4. They must keep bringing in new customers, as the old ones are dying of lung cancer. 5. IT should do some publicity against smoking on campus. Task 2: An Introduction to Advertising Advertising has become increasingly specialized in modern times. In today?s business world, supply usually outnumbers demand. There is great competition among different manufacturers of the same kind of product to attract customers to their product. They always have to remind the consumer of the name and the qualities of their product. They do this by advertising. The manufacturers advertise in the newspapers and on posters. They sometimes pay for songs about their product in commercial radio programs. They employ attractive salesgirls to distribute samples. They organizes competitions, with prizes for the winners. They often advertise on the screens of local cinemas. Most important of all, in countries that have television, they have advertisements put into programs that will accept them. Manufacturers often spend large sums of money on advertisements. Sometimes they even spend more on ads than on the products themselves. We usually think so because of the advertisements that say so. Some people never pause to ask themselves if the advertisements are telling the truth. 1.A 2.C 3.B 4.D 5.D Task 3: A Radio Commercial Are you looking for appliances or furniture to give new life to your home? Look no further! Here at Frontier Furniture, we have everything you need to give your home a new look and feel. Stereos, video machines, refrigerators, dining tables, washers and dryers. You name it; we have it! Low on cash? We have an easy rent-to-own plan that will put you on your favorite sofa tonight. Big color TVs cost only two hundred and twenty-five dollars; digital pianos

staring at three ninety-nine ($399); king size beds from two hundred and fifty dollars. Free delivery on all major appliances. So come on down to Frontier Furniture. Located downtown two blocks east of city hall, across from Union Square. We?re open daily from 10:00 AM to 9:30 PM. So, come on in, and let us make your dream home a reality. 1.F 2.F 3.F 4.T 5.F Speaking Influence of a High-Profile Star Jill: Hey, isn?t that the same jacket the soccer star Roberto wears in that magazine ad? Robert: The very same one indeed. Even the same color. Jill: But his would have bigger pockets to hold all the money the company pays him to wear it. Robert: You?re just jealous. Wait a sec. I?m going to try it on. It seems to fit me pretty well. Jill: You make me sick. You fall for every ad you see. Robert: Not at all. I want to buy it just because I like it. Jill: Sure you do. It and Roberto. Unit 4 test 1.B. Because short slogans can catch busy people's attention. 2.B. The woman spends a lot of money shopping. 3.C. Ads should be adapted for particular places. 4.D. To express his agreement with the woman 5.C. She is easily influenced by advert isements 1.We do 2.change the image 3.do some surveys 4.different age groups 5.all the time 6.your use rs 7.target 1.C. To encourage readers to get rid of a certain idea. 2.A. The advertiser 3.A. Local a dvertising. 4.A. Mail advertisements go to people with certain characteristics 5.B. The definition and classification of ads 1.C. kind of 2.D. for nothing 3.C. to show 4.D. bringing in 5.C. Sums 6.C. Even 7.B. only too natural 8.D. Around 9.B. do some publicity 10.C. You name it

UNIT5 II. Listening Skills

1. M: The police gave a few tickets out last week along Highway 15. W: In fact, quite a few tickets were given on that road. Q: What does the woman mean? 2. M: Who do you think is the smartest student in the class? W: Mary is second to none. Q: What does the woman say about Mary? 3. W: What are you so happy about? M: Instead of being given a dozen cookies, we?ve been given a baker?s dozen. Q: How many cookies have been given to them? 4. M: We have had a lot of rain over the last few years. W: But nothing like this. Q: What does the woman mean? 5. M: What effect has the booming economy had on interest rates for loans? W: The interest rates have skyrocketed! Q: What does the woman mean? 1. A 2. B 3.B 4.D 5.C III. Listening In Task 1: Put the cat out! A couple was going out for the evening to celebrate the wife?s birthday. While they were getting ready, the husband put the cat out. The taxi arrived, and as the couple walked out of their home, the cat ran back into the house. Not wanting their car to have free run of the house while they were out, the husband went back upstairs to chase the cat out. The wife, not waiting it known that the house would be empty, explained to the taxi driver, “He?s just going upstairs to say goodbye to my mother.” A few minutes later, the husband got into the car, and said, “Sorry it took it so long. The stupid old thing was hiding under the bed, and I had to poke her with a stick to get her to come out!” 4-1-3-5-2-6 D) She was ill-treated at home. Task 2: What can dogs do? Dogs have lived with human beings for at least 14,000 years. They are intelligent and friendly, and can serve people in many ways.

Dogs are sometimes referred to as "man's best friend" because they are usually playful, friendly and they can listen to and understand humans. Since they appear to enjoy a relationship with humans, dogs are often kept as pets.

Dogs can perform important activities for humans. For example, there are guard dogs, hunting dogs, herding dogs and guide dogs for the blind. There are also dogs that are trained to smell for diseases in the human body, or to find bombs or illegal drugs. These dogs, called "sniffer dogs", sometimes assist the police at airports or in other areas. Dogs have even been sent by Russians into outer space, a few years before the first human being.

Dogs are intelligent. They can learn by imitating human behavior. In one study, puppies were presented with a box and shown that when the trainer pressed a lever, a ball would roll out of it for them to play with. The pups were then allowed to interact with the box. Most of the puppies finally touched the lever to get the ball. It is probably due to their high IQ that dogs can understand instructions and communicate with humans successfully. 1.A 2.D3.B 4.C 5.C Task 3: Protecting endangered species Around the world, habitats are being destroyed at an alarming rate, putting many wildlife species in danger of extinction. Threatened and endangered animals and plants are found in many places throughout the globe—you may even find some in your own backyard. To protect endangered animals and plants, think both globally and locally. There are many things you can do to contribute to their protection. To begin with, you can find out what animals living near you are on the endangered species list. Spend some time learning about these animals and their habitats.

You can also contribute to nature reserves and other wilderness areas. Habitat preservation is one of the best ways to help protect endangered animals. Donate money or volunteer your time helping the nature reserve preserve habitat. Or, do both.

Another thing you can do is buy environmentally friendly products. Choose non-toxic cleaners that won't pollute streams, rivers or oceans. Avoid any companies that, when manufacturing products, endanger animals. Buy foods and goods that are made from materials that do not harm endangered animals or their habitats. For example, look for organic chocolate, coffee or cotton clothing that is grown without cutting down rainforests.

Moreover, you can help create or restore habitats for endangered animals. You can volunteer to help with projects worldwide designed to re-establish habitat. In your own backyard, for example, plant a butterfly garden.

Individual effort is not enough. You need to join a local, national or global conservation organization. Through these organizations, you can perhaps "adopt" an animal or plant a tree. The options are endless. All you need to do is a little exploring.

1.C 2.D 3.B 4.A 5.C IV. Speaking Out Model 1 The dog will be company for her. John: Se-Jin, come shopping with me. I?m buying a present for my mother. Se-Jin: What are you getting her? John: I?ve got just the perfect idea. A dog. Se-Jin: A dog? Would she like that? John: She?ll love it. My dad works long hours each day, and I think with me away at school, she is a bit lonely. And I?ll just get a small one, a Pekinese. Se-Jin: Good idea! The dog will be company for her. Now Your Turn A: Hi, come shopping with me. I want to buy a gift for my neighbor. B: What for? A: His wife died a couple of weeks ago, and he is feeling lonely. He?s been kind to us. I want to buy something to cheer him up. B: What do you want to get for him? A: I?m thinking of buying a bunch of flowers for him. B: But I?ve got a perfect idea. A dog. A: A dog? Why? B: He?ll be crazy about it. He?s so lonely; he needs company rather than beautiful flowers. A: Good thinking! The dog can keep him company. Model 2 Where to walk dogs?

Bob: There?s some talk of a businessman building a dog park in Shanghai. Laura: Really, what on earth for? Bob: Apparently there is a law against having dogs on the streets. Laura: Does it mean that the dogs have to stay inside apartments at all times? Bob: It sounds pretty cruel, doesn?t it? Maybe the park is a good idea. Laura: Maybe they should just allow people to walk their dogs on the streets. Bob: But in many large cities where dogs can be walked, the streets are a mess. I heard Paris is the worst. Laura: Couldn?t people just clean up after their dogs? Bob: Would they? Now Your Turn A: Have you heard the city has passes a law against walking dogs in the streets? B: Sure, it?s published in the newspapers. A: It means that dogs have to be kept inside all the time. B: It?s rather cruel, isn?t it? We shouldn?t be so cruel to dumb animals. A: But dogs often leave a mess from their dogs. B: But owners can clean up the mess from their dogs. A: Would they? B: Perhaps the best solution is to build a dog park. Then people can walk their dogs there. A: Sounds too good to be realistic. The city is already too crowed without the dogs. Model 3 What does having a few fish do for you? Philip: Wow! I see you?ve bought an aquarium. Nice! Peter: You should get one too. I highly recommend it. Philip: Why? What does having a few fish do for you? Peter: I find it relaxing just to sit down and watch tropical fish at the end of a tiring day. Philip: I can understand. I like to take it easy after work , too.

Peter: There?s more than that. They?re really fascinating. They give you hours of entertainment, believe me. Philip: Perhaps I should give it a try. Peter: OK, I can lend you a couple of good reference books. Philip: Great! Any other tips on getting started? Now Your Turn A: Wow! You?ve bought a discman! It does look nice! B: You?d better buy one as well. I strongly recommend it. A: Why? What can it do for you? B: I find it relaxing to listen to music on it. A: I can understand. After a day?s work I like to relax a bit myself. B: Not only that. Some music cheers you up and makes you forget all your troubles. A: Maybe I should have a try, but I don?t know how to use the diskman. B: OK, I can lend you this manual. A: Wonderful! Any other tips on getting starded? V. Let?s Talk An Intelligent Dog A black dog walked into a butcher?s shop with a five-dollar bill in his mouth. He spent several minutes looking at the meat on display. He finally fixed his eyes on the lamb chops and barked, showing that he wanted to buy some of them. The butcher, thinking the dog wouldn?t know the difference, picked out the worst chops. The dog barked angrily and continued to bark until the butcher selected the finest chops. After the butcher took the money from the dog?s mouth, the dog picked up the chops and left the shop. The butcher was deeply impressed and decided that he would like to own a clever dog like that. He closed up shop and followed the dog to see where it went. The dog entered an apartment house, climbed to the third floor, and began to scratch on the door. With that, the door opened and an angry man started yelling at the dog. As he did so, the butcher stepped forward to ask the man to stop. “What are you doing?” That?s the smartest animal I?ve ever seen! Surely it doesn?t deserve this kind of treatment.” The butcher then went on to explain how the dog had bought the best lamb chops in the shop. The man looked at the butcher from the corner of his eye and said, “I don?t think he?s so intelligent. You see, this is third time this week he?s forgotten his key.”

Characters A dog

Actions and Words walked into a butcher?s shop with five dollars; fixed eyes on the lamb chops and barked —wanted some.

The butcher The dog The butcher

picked up the worst/lowest quality chops. barked angrily and continuously selected the finest chops; took the money.

The dog The butcher

left. wanted to own/have such a dog; followed the dog.

The dog

entered an apartment house climbed to the third floor; scratched on the door.

A man

opened the door; yelled at the dog.

The butcher

asked him to stop, saying it was the smartest/cleverest animal; explained how the dog had got the best lamb chops.

The man

looked at him sideways; said it was the third time this week the dog had forgotten his key.

VI. Furthering Listening and Speaking Task 1: A Birthday Present Mary: David, how did your mom like the dog you gave her for a birthday gift? David: Oh, Mary, she was delighted. It licked her hand and wagged its tail and she was hooked. Mary: What did she call it? David: She?s calling it “Brian”, after a friend of hers.

Mary: Your mom always did have a sense of humor. I read somewhere that dogs can become very close to their owners. David: I?ve heard that. I saw an interview on TV with a man who had epileptic attacks, and his dog would warn him before he would have an attack. Mary: Really? I wonder how they can do that1 David: It ahs something to do with the dog?s sense of smell. It?s very keen. Mary: Do you think Brian will be able to foretell when your mom is going to roast a chicken? When David gave his mom a dog as a birthday present, she was very delighted / pleased, for the dog licked her hand and wagged its tail. She called it Brian after a friend of hers. Mary read an article which says that dogs can be very close / close to their owners/masters. David agreed, for he saw a TV interview which introduced a dog that could warn its master of an epileptic attack. He explained that this ability of the dog?s has something to do with its keen sense of smell. Jokingly, Mary said she wounded whether the dog Brian can foretell when David?s mom is going to roast a chicken. Task 2: A Sudden Change in the Parrot?s Attitude A young man named John received a parrot as a gift. The parrot had a bad attitude and an even worse vocabulary. Every word out of this bird?s mouth was rude. John tried every method to change the bird?s attitude by constantly saying polite words, playing soft music, and anything he could think of to set a good example. Nothing worked. Finally, John got fed up and he yelled at the parrot. And the bird yelled back. John shook the parrot, and the bird got angrier and ruder. Finally, in a moment of desperation, John put the bird in the refrigerator freezer. For a few minutes, John heard the bird scream and kick. Then suddenly there was silence. Not a sound for over a minute. Fearing that he?s hurt the bird, John quickly opened the door to the freezer. The parrot calmly stepped out and said, “I believe I may have offended you with my rude language and actions. I am truly sorry, and I will do everything I can to correct my poor behavior.” John was greatly surprised at the bird?s change of attitude. As he was about to ask the parrot what had caused such a sudden change in his behavior, the bird continued, “May Ii ask why you put the chickens there and what they did wrong?” 1.C 2.B 3.C 4.D 5.D Task 3: Dogs aren?t allowed here! Manager: I?m sorry. Miss, but dogs aren?t allowed in this theater. Mary: But I have a ticket for him.

Manager: I?m very sorry, but animals aren?t permitted. Mary: You don?t understand. This is a special case. My dog is so well trained and so intelligent that he?s almost human. Manager: I see that you have an exceptional animal, but… Mary: I promise you that if there is any problem we?ll leave the theater immediately. I promise you that this dog isn?t like any other dog you?ve ever seen. Manager: Well…all right. I?ll let you go in, since the theater is almost empty tonight. But your dog will have to behave himself, or you will have to leave. Mary: Thank you very much. 1. in the theater 2. ticket 3. well-trained ,intelligent, human 4.any problem, leave the theater, any other dog 5. let the dog in, almost empty Speaking A Funeral for a Dead Fish Nancy: Westerners often take pets as their friends, even their family members. Especially dogs They think dogs are man?s best friends. Michael: What pets do people usually keep? Nancy: A lot. Fish, cats, horses… anything could be a pet. Michael: Do you have a pet? Nancy: I have three fish. One day, the fish called Susan died. We even had a funeral for her. Michael: A funeral? Nancy: Yes, usually it?s a ceremony for dead people. But we had a funeral for the dead fish. Michael: Sounds interesting. Nancy: Well, I need to go back to feed my fish. Talk to you later. Michael: OK, bye Unit 5 test 1.A. His parents wanted him to learn to be responsible 2.B. She once worked at stable

s 3.A. Dogs. 4.C. She is willing to accept a dog, but on certain conditions 5.A. The woman disagre es with keeping animals in zoos 1.how's 2.they seem to be 3.protects them from 4.all the time 5.scaring away 6.though 7.they're lazy/they are lazy 8.avoid being seen 9.much faster 10.like horses 11.in Gree k 1.B. The cat is named after a singer called Bo 2.C. He catches various kinds of animal s 3.D. He could not walk steadily. 4.A. The cat attacked the vet 5.C. He wanted attention and love 1.A. Out 2.A. fed up 3.C. So...that 4.B. was hooked 5.C. sense of smell 6.D. Showing 7.B. Deserve 8.C. behave himself 9.A. Tiring 10.D. Offended

UNIT6 II. Listening Skills Dialog 1 Girl 1: What do you think of this miniskirt, Amy? Pretty hot stuff, eh? Girl 2: Wow…it?s pretty short. My mom would never let me wear something like that. Girl 1: My mom?s cool. She lets me make my own decisions about clothes. Girl 2: Not my mom. She?d be mad if I came home in a skirt like that. Girl 1: Let?s both got one; then maybe your mom wouldn?t be so upset if we both wore the same skirt. Girl 2: Well…maybe. 1.D 2. The first girl(The girl who suggests wearing the short skirt.) Dialog 2 Mother: Lily, where did you get that skirt? You can?t wear that. It?s much too short! What will others think? Lily: You don?t understand fashion. It?s what everyone is wearing. I think it looks very attractive. Mother: Nonsense, it?s only suitable for a supermodel on the catwalk. It?s not meant for ordinary people like us. Your dad is sure to say the skirt is far too revealing! Lily: But it?s really in high fashion; everyone is wearing clothes like this.

Mother: Not everyone. Your friend Amy would never wear a skirt like that! [Amy comes in, wearing the same style of short skirt!] Lily: Look, Amy has come. She?s wearing the same skirt! Mother: My God, I give up. 1. B 2. No, she hasn?t. III. Listening In Task 1: A Woman?s Funny Dress Lily: Mom, look at that woman. Her dress looks funny. Mother: I wouldn?t say that, Lily. It looks fine to me. Lily: Are you kidding? She?s out of fashion. That?s last year?s style. Mother: Oh, come one, as long as it looks good on her. Lily: Wow, you?re really as out-dated as she is. Mother: You?re right. I?m out of date. So what? What?s the point of following the fashion? Lily: No wonder you never buy me new dresses. 1. looks funny 2. looks fine 3. out of fashion 4. good on her 5.out-dated 6. following fashion trends 7. no wonder Task 2: How is fashion decided? Fashion designers design and make fashionable clothes for men and women. They deign trends and create new styles. Paris has been the traditional center of world fashion, though recently British designers have had great influence in setting new styles, and so have certain designers in the United States and Italy. French designers guard the secrets of their new designs until their collections are shown to the public. Then pictures of the styles are published in newspapers and magazines all over the world. People from many countries travel to Paris to buy the clothes and copy the newest ideas. In January they go to see the spring clothes; and in July, to see the autumn designs. Many dress manufacturers from other countries buy the original clothes of the famous French designers. They then take them back to

their own sewing rooms, where the clothes are copied and made up in great numbers. That?s why you may be able to buy in your town the clothing that is in the latest style without paying a very high price for it. Other manufacturers use the Paris styles simply as a starting point for their own ideas. Still others may adapt only a part of the French design into their own styles. design fashionable clothes for men and women, begin trends and create new styles, and their work is copied all over the world. has been the traditional center of world fashion, where Paris the secrets of the new designs are guarded until they are shown to the public. come to Paris to buy new clothes, in January and July. Then the clothes are copied and made up in great People and numbers, for which you don't have to pay a high price. manufacturers Other manufacturers use Paris styles simply as a starting point for their own ideas. Still others adapt only a part of the French design into their own styles. Task 3: Fashion models Fashion designers There are different kinds of models. Fashion models may walk on catwalks or runways to display and promote various types of clothing, such as underwear, dresses and swimsuits—especially bikinis. Some supermodels are highly-paid fashion models and often appear on the covers of top fashion magazines. Bikini models are usually required to have a very thin body shape that is considered attractive. A glamour model, on the other hand, often poses on a red carpet for photographs, which emphasize the model's appealing body shape more than the fashion of the clothes. Glamour models are also used for advertising in men's magazines. There are differences as to what should be the best body shape for a model, but the British Association of Model Agents says that the ideal chest-waist-hip measurements for a female model, also called her vital statistics, are around 34-24-34 inches (or 86-61-86 centimeters). Models should also be at least 5 feet 8 inches (or 1.73 meters) tall. It is believed that a good body shape is a sign of good health and reproductive ability. Today, many people think that the emphasis of the media and fashion industry on thinness and an ideal female body shape is harming the health of young women, as this emphasis gives rise to excessive dieting and results in eating disorders. This alarming trend focuses on thinness above fitness and has caused some organizers of fashion shows to even turn away models judged to be too thin. 1.D 2.A 3.C 4.B 5.C IV. Speaking Out

Model 1 How did you like the fashion show? Laura: How did you like the fashion show last night? John: It was dumb. I think it?s stupid of women to wear clothes like that. Laura: I didn?t see anything wrong with the clothes; they looked pretty nice to me. John: Do you really think people can wear that stuff and walk around the streets? Laura: Yes, I do. At least, some people certainly can. They wear high-fashion clothes to show off their sense of style and wealth. John: Well, I still think they?re dumb. It makes more sense to spend the money on more practical purposes. Now Your Turn A: What did you think of the low-cut dress at the fashion show yesterday evening? B: I think it?s not decent for Chinese girls to wear a dress like that. A: The dress seemed quite al right to me. In fact, they looked pretty nice to me. B: Do you really think people can wear that stuff and walk around the streets? A: Yes, I do. Don?t forget this is already the 21st century. Some people wear high-fashion clothes to show off their sense of style as wealth. B: Well, I still think low-neck dresses are wrong. It would be better to spend the money on high-quality, traditional clothes. Model 2 I?m looking for a light jacket. Salesman: What can I do for you? John: I?m looking for a light jacket. Salesman: Please come this way; they?re just over here. What size do you like? John: I?m not sure. Salesman: ok, I?ll measure you. Well, you are size 42. What color do you like? John: Light blue, please. Salesman: OK, try this one on.

John: Yes, that?s comfortable. And the color goes well with my jeans. How much is it? Salesman: $24.99. John: I?ll take it. Can I pay with a credit card? Salesman: Sure, we take both debit and major credit cards. Now Your Turn A: Can I help you? B: Can you show me a pair of jeans? A: OK. What size do you wear? B: I don?t know. A: No problem, I?ll take your measurements…OK, what color do you like? B: Dark blue, please. A: Please try this one on…How does it feel? B: Yes, that?s comfortable. And the color matches my jacket. What does it cost? A: $79.90. B: I?ll take it. Can I pay with a credit card? A: Sorry, we accept only cash. Model 3 Could you show me a pair of running shoes? Salesman: Good morning, see anything you like? John: Not yet, I?ll look around first…Excuse me, could you show me a pair of running shoes? Are any of these on sale? Salesman: The price of the Reeboks won?t change, but the Nikes go on sale this afternoon:25% off. That?s a good deal. John: No, I don?t like Nikes at all. Salesman: Well, why don?t you try on this pair of Reeboks and see how they feel? John: Okay. But I think they are going to be on the small side. Oh, there, I?m afraid are a bit too tight. Do you have a size 24? Salesman: I?m sorry, they?re all sold out. But I?ll be glad to order a new pair of you. John: How long will it take?

Salesman: Three days. John: Then don?t bother. Thank you anyway. Now Your Turn A: May I help you? B: I want to buy a dress. Can I have a look at the green one? A: Sure. Please try it on and see how it feels. B: OK…I think it?s a bit too large. Do you have a smaller one? A: I?m sorry, this is the smallest one. How about the blue one? B: No, I don?t like the color. Thanks. V. Let?s Talk The Miniskirt Mary Quant was a famous dress designer in the 1960s. Her main contribution to fashion history was the miniskirt. During the 1960s many young people were starting to think women could do more in life than be wives and mothers. Clothes became a weapon in the battle between generations. Anything different and daring was soon popular. During this period miniskirts attracted the world?s attention. It was teenagers and very young girls who bought short shirts that displayed their legs. Ms. Quant said that at her fashion shop, young women began demanding shorter and shorter skirts. “If I didn?t make them short enough, the girls that had wonderful legs would take scissors and shorten the skirts themselves.” She said. Eventually, Ms. Quant?s skirts, which arrived in the United States in the mid-60?s, were reduced to about five inches. In parts of Europe and North America the miniskirt represented loose morals. Members of the older generation believed good girls would never appear in miniskirts. But in Ms. Quant?s opinion, short skirts worn with heavy pantyhose would make the girl look childlike. Lately, feminists have come to see mini as a symbol of women?s liberation, as a powerful weapon against the traditional stereotype of the woman simply as wife and mother. First designer of miniskirts Causes of the rise of miniskirts Mary Quant

During the 1960s anythingdifferent and daring was soon popular, and miniskirts attracted the world's attention.Teenagers and very young girls bought short skirts to displaytheir legs. Young women began demandingshorter and shorter Development skirts.The skirts in the United States in the mid-60's were of miniskirts reduced to aboutfive inches.

In parts of Europe and the miniskirt representedloose morals. North America Members of believed good girls would never appearin the older miniskirts. Opinions of generation miniskirts thought short skirts worn with heavy Ms. Quant pantyhose would make the girllook childlike. see miniskirts as a symbol ofwomen's liberation, as a powerful weapon against Feminists thetraditional stereotype of the woman simply as wife and mother. VI. Furthering Listening and Speaking Task 1: A Model?s Description of Her Work Before the fashion show started, we had a rehearsal. In a small room we were each given a space. A dresser got us into the fashion clothes, then an assistant checked that the style was right—the correct number of buttons undone, the trousers pulled to the right height. Once dressed, we queued up in order by the door. The fashion designer checked that the clothing was as the he wanted. The music started, and we went out. We posed for the photographers, turned and walked back. It was a breeze. I walked back into the room, too excited to realize I was meant to hurry. In the few steps from the door you can throw off quite a few layers of clothing. By failing to do so, I almost missed my next turn. At 8:30p.m., with the audience in place, we were back in the clothes. We went out again, to a full house. The music was loud, but clear. You could hear the talking—fashion shows are not theatre, and people don?t keep quiet. Journalists discuss what to write about; buyers discuss whether they can make a profit from the clothes. And although you have been chosen for your looks that are suitable for certain dresses, as a model, you are just an advertisement for the designer. So you walk through conversations, unable to stop or react. You are not a creative human being, just a smiling doll. 1.T 2.F 3.T 4.F 5.F Task 2: Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka-dot Bikini She was afraid to come out of the locker She was as nervous as she could be She was afraid to come out of the locker She was afraid that somebody would see

One, two, three, four, tell people what she wore It was an itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka-dot bikini That she wore for the first time today. An itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka-dot bikini So in the locker she wanted to stay. Two, three, four, stick around we?ll tell you more She was afraid to come out in the open And so a blanket around her she wore She was afraid to come out in the open And so she sat bundled up on the shore Two, three, four, tell the people what she wore … Task 3: Paying for the New Clothes Daughter: Mom, I need some new clothes. Everything I have is out of date. The new semester will be starting soon—can we go shopping? Mother: You have a closet full of clothes that are still in very good condition. Your father and I already have to pay you university tuition…and there?re the books too. Daughter: But everyone else will be wearing the latest Levis. And I will look stupid wearing the same old skirts I wore in high school. They are so long. People will think I came form the middle ages. Mother: But… Daughter: Maybe I could get a part-time job to help pay for the new clothes. Mother: No, you need to study. But university is experience…maybe we can look for something not too expensive. Daughter: Wonderful, at least we can have a look. The daughter wants to buy new clothes, but the mother disagrees, saying she still has a closetfull of clothes in good condition and the parents have to pay for her university tuition. The daughter argues that she needs clothes in fashion, so as not to look as if she has come form the Middle Ages. The daughter then suggests getting a part-time job to cover the expenses. Not wanting to affect the daughter?s studies, the mother finally agre es to buy new clothes that are not too expensive. a new

Speaking Buying an Expensive Dress Nancy: Your new low-cut dress is wonderful. Jill: Thank you, Nancy. I just bought it on sale. It was marked d9own 50%. Nancy: Where did you get it? Jill: Lane Crawford. They had a year-end sale that was too good to pass up. Nancy: I heard about this store. They have all the high-end stuff. Jill: Nothing good in life is cheap. Nancy: Well, let?s go shopping then. And don?t forget to bring it. Jill: Bring what? Nancy: Your credit card. Unit 6 test 1.D. Both the man and woman think they play a negative role 2.D. She could enjoy a discount for buying two 3.C. They will look well if one wears suitable shoes. 4.A. The man won't go to the fashion show with the woman. 5.C. Shanghai may soon rival Paris and Milan 1.trying on 2.a business suit 3.in a blouse 4.cotton tights 5.a dress 6.a miniskirt 7.to an office 8.cat ch more eyes 9.suit 10.a typical boy 1.A. Buying the man a suit for work. 2.C. It should be cleaned. 3.B. Because it is double-breasted (双排扣的). 4.D. Brown trousers 5.C. They can be shortened if they are too long 1.C. queued up 2.B. posed for 3.A. out of date 4.A. Wearing 5.D. pay for 6.B. Excessi ve 7.C. behind the times 8.D. On 9.A. So what 10.C. in large numbers

UNIT7 II. Listening Skills 1. W: How much money is the rent for an apartment in this neighborhood? I only have $500 a month. M: Your rent should be about a quarter of that.

Q: How much should the woman?s rent be? 2. M: I paid $3,500 for this digital camera. It was on sale at a 30 percent discount. W: It?s a real bargain. Q: How much did the camera cost originally? 3. M: What?s the rate for an economy car? W: The daily rate is $32, unlimited mileage. Q: How much will the man pay if he rents the car for a week? 4. M: I?ll take these sweaters. How much do they cost? W: They are $180 each and four makes a total of $720. But today we are offering a 20 percent discount. Q: How much does the man have to pay? 5. W: What an old car you?ve got! M: Well, 12,000 miles on it when I bought it second hand. And it?s covered 3,080 miles since then. Q: How many miles has the car run? 1.B 2.A 3.A 4.D 5.B III. Listening In Task 1: It?s time to buy. Mike: Hey, Robert, where are you off to? Robert: I?m going to talk to a banker about a loan. Mike: You are short of money? I thought you were the saving type. Robert: There?s a time to save and a time to spend. Mike: I know all about spending. What?s the loan for? I have a few bucks I could… Robert: I?m considering getting a mortgage to buy some property. Mike: Do you think property is a good investment? I mean, it?s a lot of money. Robert: Well, Mike, as you know, property values have been going through the roof. If I had bought an apartment two years ago, its value would have gone up by 30 percent today. Mike: And from what I know, interest rates are low now.

Robert: Exactly. Sounds like a good time to buy. 1. banker, loan 2. saving, save, spend 3. mortgage, property 4. property values 5. risen/(gone up)/(increased) by 30 percent Task 2: Can I have my change please? Tom was down on his luck and felt he needed a few drinks. Hw went to a bar and had several drinks. When he was done, he stood up and walked toward the door. The barman shouted after him, “Hey mister, are you going to pay for those drinks?” Tom turned around and replied, “I have already paid you,” and then walked out of the bar. Almost immediately he saw one of his friends Richard and told him about the barman, “Just go in there and drink all you want, then get up and leave. When the barman asks you to pay the bill, just tell him you have already paid.” This sounded easy enough, so Richard went in and has several drinks. The barman went to him and said, “Before you came in, another man was here. When I asked him to pay his bill, he told me he?d paid, but I don?t remember him paying me.” Richard said, “I would love to stay and hear your story, but I don?t have time. Can I havemy change please?” 1. A 2.B 3.D 4.C 5.C Task 3: Can money buy happiness? 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.F IV. Speaking Out Model 1 I want to blow it all. John: Hey, Se-Jin, do you want to come shopping with me? My dad just gave me my monthly allowance and I want to blow it all. Se-Jin: That sounds just like you, John! What do you want to buy? John: I don?t know…Some music CDs, maybe. Se-Jin: If you spend all that money on things you don?t even know if you want, you won?t have any money left when you need it. John: But if I just save my money, that doesn?t s sound like much fun either. Besides, I need some new CDs.

Se-Jin: You also need a financial advisor! Now Your Turn A: Hey, do you want to come shopping with me? I just got some money from my part-time job, and I want to get rid of it right away. B: That?s your style. What do you want to buy? A: I don?t know…some fashionable clothes, maybe. B: If you waste all your money on things you don?t even know if you want, you?ll be out of money completely when you need it. A: But if I just hold on to my money…that doesn?t make much sense either. I really need some new clothes. What?s the point of saving lots of money without fun? B: As I see it, you need a person to look after your money. Model 2 Can money buy everything? Peter: I?m trying to think of ways to become rich. If I could get my hands on a lot of money, I?ll be really happy. Jane: Do you really think so? I?m not so sure. Peter: Of course, why wouldn?t I? I?d be able to have anything I want. Jane: Well, there are plenty of people who have a lot of money but aren?t happy. What do you say to that? Peter: But if I became a millionaire, I?d buy whatever I wanted. Jane: Can you buy true love? Can you buy the moon? Peter: Maybe not, but I can buy a house with a lot of modern conveniences. Jane: So many people think like you do, buy look at all the divorces, suicides and murders among wealthy people. How do you explain that? Peter: Maybe there?s something in what you said. Now Your Turn A: I really hope I can make a fortune. If I had a lot of money, I?d be as happy as a king. B: Do you really believe so? I have my doubts about it. A: Of course, why wouldn?t I? If I were a millionaire, there?s nothing I couldn?t buy. B: Well, can you but health? Can you but true friendship?

B: Maybe not. But I can but a big house and car, and make my life more comfortable. A: Maybe you have a point there. Money can bring material comforts. But don?t forget, there are also divorces and suicides among wealthy people. B: Well, there is some truth in what you said. Money cannot but real happiness. Model 3 I wonder if you could give me a loan. John: Hey, Se-Jin, I was just on my way to find you. Se-Jin: What?s up, John? John: Se-Jin, I?m kind of broke, and you usually have a bundle tucked away. I wonder if you could give me a loan. Se-Jin: Dream on! I?m hard up myself. John: You see, I want to buy some new stereo equipment, and I?m just about a hundred short. Se-Jin: Why not save up for it? John: The stores have all stuff on a huge sales promotion right now. I could save at least 30 percent! S-Jin: John, I?d lend you money if you were in a jam. But a new stereo isn?t an emergency. John: Then I?m afraid I have to find someone who is more easy-going. Now Your Turn A: Hi, I was trying to catch up with you. B: What happened? A: Money had burned a hole in my pocket. You usually have some savings. I wonder if you can lend me some money? B: You?re daydreaming. I?m short of money myself. A: Look, I want to buy a digital camera, and I?m only short of 150 bucks. B: Why not save towards it? A: The camera is on sale right now. This can save me almost 25 percent. B: Well, I?d lend you the money if you were in real redouble. But a new camera isn?t urgent. A: Then I?m afraid I?ll have to try someone who?s more generous. V. Let?s Talk

Story of a Miser There was a miser who loved money more than anything else. Just before he died, he said to his wife, “Now, listen. When I die, I want you to take all my money and put it in the casket with me. I want to take my money to the afterlife with me.” He made her promise with all her heart that when he dies, she would pit all the money in the casket with him. Then he died. He was laid in the casket, his wife was sitting there wearing black, and her friend was sitting next to her. When they finished the ceremony, just before the undertakers got already to close the casket, the wife said, “Wait a minute!” She had a box with her. She came over with the box and put it in the casket. Then the undertakers locked the casket down, and they rolled it away. He friend said, “Girl, I know you weren?t fool enough to put all th at money in there with your husband!” She said, “Listen, I?m a Christian. I can?t go back on my word. I promise him that I would put all the money in the casket with him.” “You mean you really put that money in the casket with him!?” “I surely did,” said the wife. “I wrote him a check.” 1. money 2. all his money 3. promise 4. in the casket 5. sitting 6. next to 7. close 8. box 9. locked 10. foolish 11.all that money 12. go back on her word 13. put the money / put that money 14. check VI. Furthering Listening and Speaking

Task 1: Giving Money to a Beggar Susan: Hey, Robert, you gave that beggar some of your hard-earned cash? Robert: I know. He looked as if he needed help. Susan: Buy you?re always so careful with your money. Robert: Yeah, I guess so, but I like to help when someone?s in need. Susan: I just wonder why the guy doesn?t get a job and make his own living. Robert: It?s just not that simple, Susan. Some people have a hard time of it in life. Susan: Maybe they waste all their money. If you give them money, they will just go on wasting it. Robert: Life has been good to me, Susan, and I?d like to share some of my luck. 1. the beggar 2. needed help 3. careful 4.a job 5. a hard time 6. waste 7. good luck/luck Task 2: An Introduction to Credit Cards Credit cards are plastic cards issued by a bank or other financial institutions allowing the holder to buy goods and service without using cash. Many American don?t like to carry much cash. For them the cards are convenient and safe to use. Credit cards are gaining popularity, even for buying small items. They are accepted almost everywhere, though not at fast food restaurants. Credit cards allow you to purchase things that you may not currently have the money to buy. When you use a credit card, the credit card company that issued the credit card pays the store. Later, a bill will be mailed to you by your credit card company for the amount you purchased. At that time, you can either pay the bill in full, or only pay a minimum amount, and wait till later to finish paying. If you wait till later, you will owe the credit card company interest on the amount that you do not pay.

1.D 2.C 3.B 4.D 5.A Task 3: Buying a Machine An American manufacturer is showing his machine factory to a potential customer. At noon, when the lunch bell rings, two thousand men and women immediately stop working and leave the building. “Your workers, they?re escaping!” cries the visitor. “You?ve got to stop them.” “Don?t worry, they?ll be back,” says the American. And indeed, an e xactly one 0?clock the bell rings again, and all the workers return from their break. When the tour is over, the manufacturer turn s to his guest and says, “Well, now, which of these machines would you like to order?” “Forget the machines,” says the visitor. “How much do you want for that bell?” 1.T 2.F 3.F 4.T 5.T Speaking Can you change a twenty-dollar bill? Cashier: How can I help you, Miss? Jill: Could you change a 20 for me? Cashier: Sure. How do you want it? Jill: Could I have two 5?s, but not enough 1?s. Are quarters all right with you? Cashier: Well, I have some 5?s, but not enough 1?s. Are quarters all right with you? Jill: Oh, that?s even better! In that case, I won?t have to worry about the small change for the laundry. Cashier: Here you are! Jill: Thanks a million! Unit 7 test 1.C. She is going to save it for future use. 2.D. He hopes to save up money to help the poor. 3.A. To spend it at Christmas 4.B. When he receives his salary 5.C. He is mean with his money. 1.give me a loan 2.What for 3.support 4.are spending 5.hard up myself 6.let him know 7.get nowhere 8.easy-going 9.general manager 10.my luck 1.D. $30. 2.C. $5. 3.B. The guests would be happy to get a refund. 4.A. 30 - (27 + 2) 5.B. 30 - 5 = 27 - 2

1.B. interest on 2.A. Share 3.C. hard-earned 4.D. With 5.A. Need 6.B. off to 7.D. Loan 8.C. saving type 9.C. going through the roof 10.C. Either...or Unit8 II. Listening Skills To keep our children safe from those dangerous criminals, these tips might be helpful. First, children should be encouraged always to ask permission from their caregiver before they go anywhere .They should not only tell the care giver where they will be at all times, but also who will be looking after them. Also, children should never walk or ride their bikes alone. Instead, they should travel in groups whenever possible.More importantly, children should be taught to stay away from strangers, though they may offer to show them a puppy or give them candy.children should be taught to say “no” and run, scream, or fight if necessary. Moreover, children should be told that no problem is too big or too small to ask grown-ups. In fact, it is never too late to ask for help, and to keep asking until they get the help they need. Last but not least, we should realize that many child-attack cases involve a family member or family friend, for example, a stepfather, sister?s boyfriend, babysitter, neighbor, and so on. III. Listening In Task 1: He or she? Girl: Yes, I'd like to report a mugging. Police officer: OK. Can you tell me exactly what happened? Girl: Well, I was walking home from work when this woman knocked me right off my feet, seized my stuff, and ran off. I was so scared that I didn't go after her. Police officer: Can you describe the woman for me? Girl: Yeah. He is quite tall, about six feet three. Police officer:

You said a woman robbed you. Girl: Well, I'm not really sure. Hmm. You see, the person was wearing a white dress, a light red sweater over it, and she or he was wearing a pair of basketball shoes. Police officer: Hmm. What else can you remember? Girl: Well, the person... had a beard. Police officer: Ah! What was, uh, taken exactly? Girl: Well, just my left shoe. Strange, isn't it? Police officer: Ah. The "Bearded Woman" has struck again! Girl: The "Bearded Woman"? Police officer: Well, this "Bearded Woman" is a man. He dresses up like a woman and, for some unknown reason, likes to take the left shoe from his victims. He's really harmless and usually returns the shoe to the crime scene a couple of days later. Girl: Hey, he can keep my shoe, and I'll just take off my left shoe every time I walk through the park. 1. F 2.T 2.F 4.T 5.F Task 2: What's in the bags? A young man comes up to the border on his bicycle. He has two large bags over his shoulders. The border guard stops him and says, "What's in the bags?" "Sand," answers the young man. The guard is a bit suspicious and asks the young man to open the bags for inspection. The guard empties the bags, but finds nothing in them but sand. Then he has the sand analyzed, only to discover that there is nothing but pure

sand in the bags. So the young man is allowed to ride across the border with his sandbags. A week later, the same young man presents himself at the border with his bags. The guard asks, "What have you got?" "Sand," says the young man. The guard does his thorough examination and discovers that the bags contain nothing but sand. He gives the sand back to the young man who then rides across the border on his bicycle with the sandbags. This happens every week for three years. Finally, the young man no longer appears at the border crossing. Many months go by and the border guard meets the young man in an expensive café. "Hey," says the guard, "for three years you were smuggling something through my crossing station. It's driving me crazy. Just between you and me, what were you smuggling?" The young man drinks his coffee and says, "Bicycles." 1.B 2.D 3.C 4.A 5.C Task 3: Fighting identity theft It is important to keep your personal information secure. Here are some ways to help you fight identity theft. After all, you don't want someone else to ruin your good credit rating and perhaps keep you from getting the loan you want to get. The first thing you want to do is to watch how much information you give out on the Internet. For example, never put your credit card number into an email. If you do make purchases online, you need to be careful. One way to be extra careful is to only use sites that offer a high level of encryption. Another way to be extra careful is to only use one credit card for all of your Internet purchases. Make sure that credit card has a low limit. Another thing you have to do to help you avoid ID theft is to destroy all your outgoing mail completely. Some thieves will pick up garbage, search through it, and pull out the credit card offers that you threw away because they were junk mail. Remember that a lot of your information is already there. All a thief has to do is forge your signature and mail the form back with a note that says you've changed your mailing address (to their address). The third way to avoid identity theft is to make sure that your mailbox is safe. Have a slot in your front door for the mail to fall through. Even though that is not completely safe, it is still much safer than the post box outside your front door.

(1) give out (2) number (3) online (4) sites (5) credit card (6) low (7) outgoing (8) thieves (9) offers (10) mailbox (11)front door IV. Speaking Out Model 1 Bye-bye, bully! Se-Jin: john, do you mind if I ask you something? John: No, what is it? Se-Jin: you seem nervous. Is that big guy still bullying you? John: Yeah. Today he wanted me to give him some money. He even pushed me when I said no. Se-Jin: That?s terrible! You have to talk to a teacher about this. John: I thought about that, but I?m afraid that everyone will think I?m a coward. Se-Jin: your safety is more important than what other people think. John; But telling a teacher could make things worse. The big guy warned me not to . Se-Jin: Of course he did! He doesn?t want to get into trouble. Look, if you?re still worried, tell the teacher not to mention your name when she talks to him. John: Good idea. But I think I can deal with him on my own. SAMPLE DIALOG A: Hi, can I talk to you for a minute? B: Sure, what is it? A: You look worried. Are you still being bullied by that big boy in you class? B: Yeah. Today he asked me to help him cheat in the final exam. A: That?s too bad! You have to talk with your parents about it. B:I thought about that, but I?m afraid that other people will lau gh at me if I turn to my parents for help. A: Don?t be silly. It?s more important to protect yourself. B: Maybe you are right. I should tell this to my parents, and they will give me some advice. Model 2 My house has been robbed! Operator: Colchester Police Station. Can I help you?

Jane: I hope so. My house has been robbed. Operator: Where do you live? Jane: 2B Southbank Road. Operator: When did you discover the burglary Jane: When I got home from work. About five minutes ago. Operator: Was anything stolen? Jane: yes. All my jewelry?s gone, and my computer too. And they wrote dirty words all over my walls. Operator: How did they get in ? Jane: They forced the back door. Operator: An officer will be round in about half an hour. Please don't touch anything. SAMPLE DIALOG A: Broadway Police Station. May I help you? B: I hope so. My house has been broken into. A: Where do you live? B: 43 Main Street. A: When did you find out about the break-in? B: When we got home from the theater. About two minutes ago. A: How did they break in? B: They forced open the back door. A: Was anything stolen? B: Yes. All my cash in the drawer, and my mobile phone too. And they broke all the glass. A: OK, an officer will come in about 20 minutes. Please don?t leave fingerprints anywhere. Model 3 We should create harsher sentences for bootleggers. Jane: It?s about time that the government got tough with bootleggers. Their fake liquors have already killed several people. Peter: Yeah, that?s too high a price to pay. It?s almost a ri p-off. The bootleggers use industrial alcohol to cut costs and increase profits.

Jane: Perhaps we should cut taxes on liquor. With lower taxes, bootlegging will decrease. Peter: But that can create a new problem. That?s not in agreement with the WTO rules. Jane: I think through negotiation with other nations, perhaps we can cut taxes under the WTO framework. Peter: That may be tough. Perhaps a better solution is to create harsher sentences for bootleggers. Jane: I agree. Our country needs a special team to deal with this problem. Then we can crack down on bootlegging. SAMPLE DIALOG A: It?s time the government took stricter standards control on cosmetic products. The low quality cosmetics have caused various skin diseases among users. B: Yeah, the producers use harmful ingredients to lower costs and add profits. A: Perhaps taxes on cosmetics should be cut. With lower taxes, low quality cosmetic products will be less profitable and decrease. B: But there is a new problem. Cutting taxes goes against the WTO rules. A: I think by negotiating with other countries we can reduce taxes. B: That may be hard. Maybe the best idea is to take stricter standards control on cosmetic products. A: I agree. We should have some regulations to keep a check on the production and marketing of cosmetic. V. Let?s Talk Texas police say they have arrested a 91-year-old man, J. L. Hunter Rountree, who is accused of robbing a bank, making him probably the oldest bank robber in U.S. history. Police said Rountree, who was not armed, asked a teller to put money into a large envelope with the word "robbery" written on it. A witness took down the license number of his car, and he was arrested on a highway about 15 miles outside the city. If he is proved guilty, Rountree will face from 10 to 20 years in prison. He told police he needed the money, and he had a complaint against banks.

Rountree left a prison in Florida, where he was the oldest prisoner in the state, about a year ago. Before that, he served a three-year sentence for a bank robbery in Florida in 1999. In a prison interview with a journalist, Rountree said he had been a businessman in Texas but had fallen on hard times. He said he robbed his first bank when he was about 80 because he wanted to get revenge against banks. "A bank that I'd done business with had forced me into bankruptcy. I haven't liked banks since," he told the journalist. "I decided I would get even. And I have." 7 6 5 12 3 4 VI. Further Listening and Speaking Task 1: Describing a Robbery Detective: Okay, Ms. Brown, just calm down. Could you start from the beginning and tell me what happened? Janet: Well, let?s see. I was sitting at the table near the window when two men rushed in and told everyone to freeze. Detective: Can you describe the man? Janet: One was tall and with a long coat on. The other was shorter in a red jacket. Detective: After they burst in what did they do? Janet: Well. The tall one pointed his gun at the clerk and told him to open the cash register. The short one was watching the rest of us. The clerk hesitated a minute and just then the restaurant manger came out of his office. That surprised the thieves. Detective: Yeah, let?s see… The manger?s name is Mr. Jackson. I guess he had the key to the safe? Janet: Yeah! That?s right! Because the thieves told him to open the safe. The short one went with him. As the manger turned to go back to the office, he told the clerk to cooperate with him. Detective: Did the boss open up the safe? Janet: Yeah, he went back into the office and opened it. He seemed pretty calm, not like the customers. I think that guy deserves a medal or something. Sam: You all do. Living through a robbery is a tough experience. 1. everyone freeze

2. tall , shorter, red jacket 3. his gun, open ,the rest of the people 4. key, safe 5. calm ,a medal Task 2: Who?s the Murderer? A passing police car heard loud screams and responded immediately. When the police arrived at the scene, hey found Pete?s dead body in his backyard, with man knife wounds and blood everywhere. The officer immediately went to question the three neighbors that had been outside in the past thirty minutes. Blake Smith had just finished painting his porch when the officer came. A young, polite man, Blake wiped his hands on his clean jeans before shaking hands, and said,” I really didn?t see or hear anything,” he added apologetically. Nelson Brown had been in his garden, right next door to the victim?s yard. He said,” I was in and out of the house. Weeding.” His hands were dirty. Then he added,” Inside, I was repairing a chair, It all must have happened when I was indoors. Sorry.” Kenny Green?s story seemed less believable.” I was on a ladder, washing my windows,” the middle-aged man admitted. The officer could see that Kenny?s yard overlooked the victim?s. But Kenny claimed,” I never looked over into Pete?s yard, nor did I hear anything.” Now the officer believed that one of the guys was lying. Who was this man? 1.A 2.D 3.C 4.D 5.B Task 3: The theft of personal information The list of institutions where personal information was reported to have been stolen or lost this year is long, including many large banks, hospitals, universities and automobile stores. These places contain large numbers of precious records coveted by ID thieves. Even the Department of Justice is reported to have lost personal records when a laptop was stolen! The most common causes of these incidents are reported to be hacking and lost records. Also, the theft of personal records can be an inside job, where employees who have access to computer systems are tempted to steal large volumes of customer personal data records. This temptation can be real, because stolen personal data can sell anywhere from $10 to $60 per record. Identity theft could be happening to you right now and you wouldn't know it until the damage was done. Even more disturbing is that newborns and the

elderly are often the favorite victims of identity thieves, because the abuse of their personal information can go on longer before it is found out. Today, the theft of personal records is more dangerous than the loss of personal information through the careless discarding of credit card receipts or mail. 1.F 2.T 3.T 4.F 5.F Speaking Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Richard: I understand why publishing houses have called for a crack down on illegal copies ofbooks. It?s a big loss for them if everyone buys pirated books instead of paying the full price. Nancy: I agree. If the publishers don?t take action against illegal publications, they and the authors of the books lose money. Then the publishers have to save money by lowering the quality of their books. Richard: That?s why intellectual property rights have to be protected. It will do do good not only for the publishers, but to consumers as well. Nancy: You said it. I?m all for protecting intellectual property rights. But I also think books are getting more expensive every day, and some students have no choice but yo buy cheap books. Richard: I beg to disagree. There is no excuse for college kids to buy mobile phones and then saythey can?t aff ord books. Nancy: But to really solve the piracy problem, we need cheaper books as well as harsher punishments. Unit 8 test 1.B. Offering to walk back with the woman. 2.D. The man tries to persuade the woman not to buy pirated books. 3.D. She hopes St eve will get some compensation. 4.C. To encourage children to ask for permission before playing outside the house 5.A . The man is for harsh punishments while the woman is against them 1.in prison 2.the greater part of 3.small office 4.things 5.3 meals 6.get a break 7.play games 8.get fired 9.all ears 10.allow 11.on the phone 12.change places 13.In spite of 1.B. The woman tells the man about the mugging she experienced 2.C. Her ID, Visa c ard and 60 dollars 3.D. In the park during the day 4.D. He is short, with brown eyes 5.A. He spends the remaining years of his life in prison 1.B. Knocked...off 2.A. every time 3.C. gone by 4.B. between you and me 5.C. On

6.A. two doors 7.D. Overlooked 8.A. Robbing 9.B. Served 10.D. took down UNIT9 II Listening Skills crashing into a building Italian investigators are trying to discover what caused a small private plane to crash into Milan?S tallest building on Thursday,killing at least three, injuring dozens more and making a big hole in the 32-story building. The aircraft was piloted by a 68-year-old Swiss man.It hit the 26th floor of the tower in an apparent accident at 5:48 P.m.,I 8 minutes after taking off, Italian officials said. An Italian police officer said they had no evidence of fl link to terrorism . An intelligence official in Washington told the media that ,in spite of past warnings,there was no information about a possible terrorist attack aiming at Italy. Milan fire brigade officials said the aircraft had only the pilot and no passengers , according to the flight plan . It was on fire as it flew into the tower. There was an explosion in the building when the tour-seat plane hit,but there was no danger that the building would collapse,the police said. event, time and cause The accident The results and making a big hole in the building;but no danger of the building?s collapse. The building The pilot Time Cause The plane III.Listening In 32-story A 68-year-old Swiss man. 5:48p.m,18 minutes after taking 0ff. Not known.No evidence of a link to terrorism Private;four-seat;having only the pilot Detailed description A plane crashing into the building. Killing at least three people, injuring dozens more

Task 1:The Seatbelt Lisa:Do you wear the seatbelt every time you drive or ride a car? Mike:No,seatbelts are for chickens.Besides,I?m a great driver Lisa:The chances of being injured in a car accident this year are 1 in 75. I think that,s worth thinking about seriously. Mike:Have you ever been involved in an automobile accident? Lisa:Only once· My car slid on a rainy night and went off the road . Fortunately 1 was wearing my seatbelt. Mike:I?ve never had a serious accident. Lisa: My brother was more unlucky than 1 was.Last December he was almost killed in an accident.He was in the back seat of his friend?s car when it rolled.He wasn?t wearing a seatbeIt. Mike:Wow, that?s terrible. Lisa: Fastening your seatbelt should be an automatic thing as soon as you get into your car.But t00 many people still refuse to wear seatbelts j Mike:It?s just hard for me to get in the habit of wearing one. Lisa:All it takes is one close-call and you?ll wear your seatbeIts. Mike : 0.K . , I?ve got the message . From now on I?11 hook up my seatbeIt. 1.T 2.F 3.T 4.F 5.F Task 2: Why did you stop at a green light? One day.two friends were driving downtown when they came to an intersection with a traffic light.The light was red but the driver sped right through the red light . The passenger looked in terror at the driver and shouted, “What the hell are you doing? You?re going to get us killed!!¨ The driver replied.“Don?t worry, my mom always drivers like this,and she is all right.”Later.they came to another traffic light,and that too was red. Again the driver shot right through the light.Again the passenger looked at the driver and shouted.“I thought I have told you,you would get US killed! Would you please stop this nonsense” The driver looked at the passenger and answered.”All right! I get it,but I told you my mom drove like this all the time! And she?s quite OK.” They came to another traffic light.It was green.The driver slammed 011 the brakes,suddenly stopping the car. ,The passenger was thrown forward. “What on earth are you doing?”he screamed.“This is the third time you almost got US killed.Why did you stop at a green light?”

“Well,”said the driver,“my mom might be coming the other way.” 1,D 2,A 3,B 4.C 5.C Task 3: Candle fires Yesterday's fire A house fire, caused by a candleknocked over by a couple in the building, claimed the lives of six firefighters. The statistics for one year show that about 190 people were killed from candle fires in the United States, and almost 1,500 Fires in recent injured. years The number of candle fires rose 15 percent, and nearly 5 percent of home fires were started by candles, though the percentage was only about 1 percent 10 years ago. Causes of the Candle sales have increased by at least 700 percent in the last fires 10 years. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Keep candles away from things that can catch fire. Prevention of Keep all flammable things at least a foot away. fires Keep candles away from children and pets.

IV Speaking Out MODEL 1 Ihad a bad fall offmy bike! Bob:Laura,what happened to you? You look a mess Laura:And I feel even worse than I look.I had a bad fall off my bike. Bob: how did it happen? Laura:i was riding along the road when a dog began barking at me .I turned to have a look,and I bumped into another bike. Bob:Then what happened? Did the dog attack you? Laura:Let me finish… I?ll give you all the details. I went off the front of my bike and landed on the road.I hurt my head when I landed. Bob: You could have been hit by a car! Laura:Fortunately there were no cars on the road at the time .1 was lucky. Bob:The dog was to blame. Laura:But I can?t blame the dog.All dogs bark.

Bob:You should be more careful in the future . Laura : Sure . you are right . I may be hard-headed but I?m not thick-headed. Now Your Turn SAMPLE DIALOG A: What?s the matter with you? You look terrible. B: Too bad. I fell off my bike. A: How come you fell off? B: 1 was riding along the road,thinking about the exam,when the driver behind me suddenly honked his horn.1 was SO startled that I crashed into another bike A: Then what happened? Were you hurt? B: Let me finish…I?11 give you all the details.1 went off the front of my bike and landed on the road. I hurt my,arms and elbows when I landed A: That?s terrible.The driver was to blame. B: He had the right to blow the horn in that section of the road.1 was daydreaming. A: You?d better be more careful from now on. B:1 will.1 won?t be daydreaming while riding a bike any more. MODEL 2 Your breath smells of alcohol John:Lovely party.Thank you.I enjoyed every minute of it. Laura:you?re slurring your words, and you?re unsteady on your feet. Are you all right to drive home? John:Perfect.I drive better after a few drinks. Laura:Well,you?ve had a lot more than a few drinks.Your breath smells of alcohol.What?s that on your key chain? May I see it? John: That? That?s just an old beer bottle opener.Hey, what?s going on? Those are my car keys Laura:I know.I'm keeping them until tomorrow.I?11 call a taxi for you. / John:No,no.1 want those car keys back. Laura:They?re mine now. John:Well? Okay.You win.I?ll go by cab. Now Your Turn

SAMPLE DIALOG A:It?s a great get-together! I had a great time. B:Wow.you can?t speak clearly or walk steadily.Can you drive home? A:No problem.I drive better under the influence of alcohol. B:Well.You?ve had too much drink tonight.We can smell alcohol on your breath a mile away, let me drive you home A:hey, don?t bother. I can go myself B:Come On.I don?t want to see you in the hospital tomorrow. A:Okay.Thank you. MODEL3 I got a ticket this morning Laura: What?s the matter with you? You look very upset. Se-Jin: I got a hundred- dollar ticket this morning. Laura: Oh, that?s too bad. But why? Se-Jin: It wasn?t my fault. It was that dog. Laura: What are you talking about? What has a dog got to do with the fine? Se-Jin: Listen to me. A dog suddenly appeared in my lane. If it wasn?t for the stupid dog. I wouldn?t have almost hit the police car. Laura: You could have braked, couldn?t you? How fast were you going? Se-Jin: Well, it was about 50, or even less. I was driving very slowly. Laura: Fifty? Don?t you know the speed limit downtown is 40 miles an hour? Now Your Turn SAMPLE DIALOG A: What?s happened? You look miserable. B: I was fined a hundred dollars this afternoon. A: Oh, what bad luck! But why? B: I?m not to blame. It was the other car. A: What are you talking about? Did you have a accident?

B: Listen to me. I was trying to do a U- turn in front of the school gate, when another car came up very fast from behind. If the car hadn?t gone so fast, I wouldn?t run into it. A: You should have been careful. But I remember correct, U-turn is not allowed at the place. B: Well, I didn?t know this until the policeman told me. A: What? Don?t you look at the road sign when you are driving? V Let?s Talk Sir, you were speeding A policeman stops a driver and says to the driver,“Sir , you were speeding . Can I see your license,please?”The driver replies.“I don?t have one.” “You don?t have one?” The driver answers.“I lost it for drunk driving.” The policeman is surprised . “I see . Will you show me your vehicle registration papers.please?” “I m sorry.I can?t do that.” The policeman asks.“Why not?” “I stole this car.” The Officer says,“Stole it?” The driver answers,“Yes,and I killed the owner.” The 0fficer is shocked.“You did what?” “She?s in the trunk if you want to see.” The officer is horrified and calls for backup.Within minutes,five police cars show up,surrounding the car.A police chief cautiously approaches the car,asking,“Sir,could you open the trunk of your car,please?” The driver opens the trunk,revealing nothing but all empty trunk. The chief says,“Is this your car,sir?” The driver says“Yes.”and hands over the registration papers. The 0fficer iS quite surprised.“0ne of my 0fficers says you don?t have a driving license.” The driver quickly produces his license.The chief examines it and finds nothing wrong.He looks puzzled.“Thank you,sir.One of my Officers told me you didn?t have a 1icense,stole this car,and murdered the owner.”

The man replies,“I bet the lying bastard told you 1 was speeding,too!” 1. lost it for drunk driving 2. stole the car and killed the owner trunk 4. horrified ,calls for backup 5. I was speeding, too VI Further Listening and Speaking Task 1: Tips for the prevention of home accidents Many household accidents could have been prevented, but accidents seem to make news headlines every day. While accidents can happen anytime or anywhere, parents with young children can prevent accidents at home by taking a few steps. First, set your water heater correctly: To avoid burns from hot water, make sure your water heater's temperature is set below 120°Fahrenheit, or set to "low". Anything above that temperature can cause a child serious burns within seconds. Second, beware of candles: Statistics show that the small candle flames cause approximately 15,000 home fires a year. If you have young children and pets, stop using candles or be sure to blow them out before leaving a room. Third, recognize danger signals: It is important to pay attention to signs of danger from electrical appliances. If the wiring in your home does not function normally, you need to update it. Potential warning signs that might require an electrician's inspection include wavering TV pictures or computer screens, flickering lights and shocks from appliances. It is impossible to prevent all accidents, so it is necessary to create a fire escape plan. In addition to having a smoke alarm on every floor of your home, draw a simple floor plan of your home. On it, mark two exits from every room, including windows and an outside family assembly point, such as a driveway or parking lot. Tips for the prevention of home accidents Set your water heater Make sure your water heater's temperature is set correctly. below 120 degrees Fahrenheit, or set to "low" so as not to cause a child serious burns. Beware of If you have young children and pets, stop using candles. candles or be sure to blow them out before leaving a room. Recognize danger signals. Pay attention to signs of danger from electrical appliances such as wavering TV pictures or computer screens, flickering lights, and shocks from appliances. 3. in the

Create a fire escape plan. In addition to having a smoke alarm on every floor of your home, draw a simple floor plan of your home. On it, mark two exits from every room, including windows, and an outside family assembly point, such as a driveway or parking lot. Task 2:Have a drink! In the middle of the night, in the middle of nowhere, a woman and a man are involved in a car accident. Both of their cars are damaged, but surprisingly neither of them is hurt. After they climb out of their cars, the woman says, "So you're a man. That's interesting. I'm a woman. Wow, just look at our cars! There's nothing left. But fortunately we're not injured. This must be a sign from God that we should meet and be friends and live together in peace for the rest of our days." The man replies, "I agree with you completely. This must be a sign from God!" The woman continues, "And look at this, here's another miracle. My car is completely destroyed, but this bottle of wine didn't break. Surely God wants us to drink this wine and celebrate our good luck." Then she hands the bottle to the man. The man nods his head in agreement, opens it, takes a few large drinks, and then hands it back to the woman. The woman takes the bottle, immediately puts the cork back in the bottle, and puts it away. The man asks, Aren?t you having any?” The woman replies, ' Yes, but not until the police get here." 1. Which of the following is true of the accident? A) Both cars are damaged, but neither of the drivers is hurt. 2. Which of the following is true of what the woman says? C) God has arranged for the man and woman to become friends. 3. What does the woman say about the bottle of wine? C) God wants the man and woman to drink it to celebrate. 4. Why does the man drink the wine? B) Because He believes he's following God's will. 5. What can we infer from the passage? D) The woman makes the man appear to have been driving while drunk. Task 3: An emergency Call Operator: Hello. This is the emergency 911 operator.

Taxi Driver: Help! Help! Please help me! Operator: Yes sir. Please calm down and explain exactly what is happening. Taxi Driver: Calm down! My car has broken down on the highway; I have a lady passenger, and she's going into labor. Operator: Now relax, sir. Explain exactly where you are.. Taxi Driver: I? m...I? m in the southbound lane of No. 15 Expressway, about 15 miles from the tunnel, and this lady isn't going to wait. Operator: Okay. What's your name, sir, and your passenger's? Taxi Driver: It's... it's Mike, and I have no idea about the woman. She's in no condition to tell me. How soon can someone get here? Operator: I've just sent an ambulance to your location. They should be there any second. Taxi Driver: Hey, is there anything I can do while we wait for the ambulance? Operator: Yes, uh, keep her calm and warm. Taxi Driver: Okay. Please hurry... Oh, they're too late. It's a boy! A taxi driver called the emergency 911 operator, reporting that his car had broken down on the road, and a woman passenger was going into labor. He further explained that he was in the southbound lane of the No. 15 Expressway, about 15 miles from the tunnel, and his name was Mike. The operator said an ambulance had been sent and would arrive at any moment. While the operator asked the driver to keep the lady calm and warm, she gave birth to a boy before the ambulance arrived. Speaking A Minor Car Accident Jill: I had an accident last week. Richard: What happened? Jill: Somebody bumped into the rear end of my car. Richard: Were you hurt? Jill: No, but my car was damaged. Richard: You were very lucky that you weren't seriously hurt. Who's to blame for the accident? The other driver? Jill: It was not his fault. Seeing a dog running across the road, I suddenly braked. Then the next car crashed into the back of my car.

Richard: Fortunately, you've insured your car. Jill: Yes, I have. Unit 9 test 1.C. He knocked down a woman 2.C. 200 3.A. The drunken drivers. 4.D. He does not have enough petrol 5.C. It has been slightly damaged 1.driven through 2.right away 3.smells of 4.run into 5.going 6.Look out 7.hit it 8.the opposite way 1.B. He found a crashed car and two dead bodies 2.D. A monkey came out of the woo ds 3.A. He pretended to turn up a can by his mouth 4.C. He put his fingers together and held them to his mouth 5.C. The monkey 1.A. crash into 2.B. An intelligence 3.D. thinking about 4.A. Fasten 5.C. taking off 6.B. Claimed 7.B. Sped 8.D. at least 9.A. the other way 10.D. Revealing

Unit 10 II. Listening Skills How to Overcome Fears of Flying If you are afraid of flying, there are specialists who can teach you how to deal with your fears and finally get rid of them. They will find out if a nearby airport has special training programs for people who are afraid to fly. Many airports do. How would such a program work? First, a specialist will take your group to the airport to watch the planes take off and land. A representative from one of the airlines will explain how an airplane flies. Then your group will sit in an airplane that stays on the ground. At a later time, you will go up in a plane for a short flight and then land. Gradually the time you spend in the air will increase. When you are prepares for it, the group will take a trip to another city. Howto overcome fears flying Step 1 Step 2 of Watch the planes take off and land A representative from an airline will explain how a plane Special training programs at an airport

flies Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 III. Listening In Task 1: Fear of Heights Tony: Hey, Mary, some of us in the Outdoor Club are going camping this weekend. You interested? Mary: Gee, I don?t know… where?re you planning to go? Tony: Up into the mountains… We want to take advantage of the nice weather while it lasts. Mary: The mountains… you mean climbing them? Tony: Sure, many places have interesting mountains, but the ones here are the most beautiful I have seen—and only a few hours? drive from here. Mary: If I were to go, I wouldn?t appreciate the view. I?d have my eyes shut tight all the time. I?m Scares stiff of heights. Tony: You?ll be missing out on a lot of wonderful views. Mary: Oh, Tony, I really prefer to stay at the foot of the mountain. Tony: That?s Ok, Mary. Come anyway. You can skip the climbing—just stay in the camp and cook and clean up for us. Mary: That doesn?t sound like much fun. Maybe I should learn to overcome my fear of heights. (1) go camping (2) planning to go (3) the mountains (4) the most beautiful (5) drive (6) heights (7) wonderful views (8) skip the climbing (9) clean up (10) fun (11) overcome Task 2: Scared Sleeping Steven went to a psychiatrist. “ Doctor,” he said, “ I?ve got trouble. Every time I get into bed, I think there?s somebody under it. I get under the bed; then I think there?s somebody on top of it. sit in an airplane that stays on the ground go up in a plane for a short flight the time in the air will increase take a trip to another city

Top , under, top, under. You?ve got to help me! I?m going crazy!” “ Just put yourself in my hands for two years,” said the doctor. “Come to me three times a week, and I?ll cure your fears.” “ How much do you charge?” “ A hundred dollars a visit.” “ I?ll think about it,” said Steven. Six months later the doctor met Steven on the street. “ Why didn?t you ever come to see me again?” asked the psychiatrist. “ For a hundred bucks a visit? A carpenter cured me for ten dollars.” “ Is that so? How?” “ He told me to cut the legs off the bed!” TFFTF Task 3: No More Fear Hi, my name?s Matthew, and I want to talk about my love of water. I had a fear of water when I was young. That fear kept me away from water. That was because once I was pushed into the swimming pool by a classmate when I was eight and first arrived in Australia from Vietnam. That experience was horrible. I was down at the deep end, struggling, and I thought I was going to drown. It was a big fear. The next thing that happened was my teacher, dressed in full clothes, jumped in, and rescued me. Then I started to like that teacher who happened to be my English teacher. My English was broken as English was my second language. I didn?t want to learn English or speak English. Then I changed. I find it to be an amazing experience. Now my fear Of water has gone. I just actually love water now, and I?m interested in English as well. I?m a

Bit more, let?s say, a bit more confident in speaking English now, I think. I?m no longer worried about my broken English. I don?t care if people laugh. I jus t find it fun to speak English. And I don?t feel ashamed of myself when other people correct the mistakes in my English. 1. C) Vietnam 2. D) All of the above. 3. B) He jumped into the pool to save the speaker. 4. A) Because English was not his native language. 5. A) Because his English teacher saved him from drowning, he came to like both water and English. IV. Speaking Out Model 1 Shake off your fear of darkness! Bob: People are frightened of lots and lots of different things. Are you frightened of anything in particular? Laura: Well, I?m afraid of walking alone in an open field at night. Bob: What are you afraid of? Laura: I don?t know exactly. Sometimes a shadow ahead scares me stiff. Sometimes the sudden cry of a bird or something startles me. Bob: What are you staying by yourself in a dark room? Laura: That can be even worse. When it?s absolutely dark and silent, I wouldn?t dare walk anywhere. And I wouldn?t dare make a sound. I just want to hide under a blanket. Bob: If you are scared of the dark, you?ll miss a lot of interesting experiences. Laura: I guess so. Bob: To get the most out of life, you should find a doctor to help you shake off your fear of the dark. Laura: Yeah, that?s good advice. SAMPLE DIALOG A: People are frightened of lots and lots of different things. Are you frightened of anything in particular? B: Well, I?m scared of dogs. A: Really? What are you afraid of?

B: I don?t know exactly. They just make me nervous, and I?m scares to death when a dog barks at me. A: If you?re scared of dogs, you?ll miss a lot of fun. They are our good friends. B: Maybe you are right. A: To overcome this fear, you could find a doctor to help you get rid of that fear of dogs. B: That?s a good idea. Thank you. Model 2 I?m afraid I?ll fail Laura: John, What?s the matter with you? You look so down. John: We will have a big exam tomorrow in Physics, and I?m afraid I?ll fail. Laura: Have you been studying? John: You know me. I study all the time. And I know the material until I step into the exam room. Laura: What happens then? John: It?s like I?m two people. Once I pick up the exam paper, all my knowledge is gone. Laura: That?s hard to believe. John: But it?s true. My head is filled with a buzzing noise, the words blur on the page, and I can?t think. And… Laura: And what? John: And I break into a cold sweat. Laura: Oh, I feel for you. SAMPLE DIALOG A: Oh, what?s the matter with you? You look so glum. B: We will have an English oral test tomorrow, and I?m worried I?ll fail. A: Did you practice? B: You know me. I have been practicing all the time. And I can speak fluently I see the interviewer. A: I can hardly believe it.

B: It?s like I?m two people. I open my mouth but my mind goes blank. I simply can?t think. And… A: And what? B: And I stammer. A: Oh, you have my sympathy. Model 3 Going to the dentist really unnerves me! Laura: Ouch! This tooth is really bugging me. John: Maybe you have a cavity. Have you seen the dentist? Laura: No. I haven?t. Going to the dentist really unnerves me. I try to avoid it like the plague. John: Come on. Don?t be a chicken! It can?t be that bad! Laura: I?m not a chicken! But I?ll do anything to stay out of the dentist?s chair. John: Even when your face is swollen with the bad tooth? Laura: You bet! SAMPLE DIALOG A: I have a bad cold, and I?ve had a low fever for several days. B: Have you seen the doctor? Maybe you should take an injection. A: No. I lose courage at the idea of taking an injection. I?ll try to avoid it as much as possible. B: Come on. Don?t be like a child! It?s all in your mind. A: I?m not like a child! But I?ll do everything to avoid injections. B: Even when your cold last for several more days? A: Sure. V. Let?s Talk It must be a burglar. I?m Helen. Well, it happened a few years ago. I was living in a house with my parents. One evening I had to prepare myself for an examination at school. I was working in the basement at my table when my parents went to the city to go shopping. Suddenly, I heard steps on the floor

above me. I knew there was actually nobody in the house besides me. What could I do? I was terribly frightened because I knew that it must a burglar. We had the windows open to air the room, so it must be burglar. What could I do? I remembered that I had a toy gun in my cupboard, so I decide to take the toy gun and go upstairs. Well, I took the toy gun, went out of my room, and shouted as if there was another person, “ George, take the dog and go outside.” On my way upstairs, I turned on lights. The burglar must have heard me, and he rushed out of the window the way he came in. Well, I was relieved, and then I tried to phone my parents, but I was so terribly frightened that I wasn?t able to dial the number. Charac ter Helen prepared herself for an examination. was working in the basement. Her parents Helen went shopping. Heard steps on the floor above. was terribly frightened. A burglar Helen must have come in. took the toy gun from the cupboard, went upstairs, and shouted, “George, take the dog and go outside.” turned on lights. The burglar must have heard Helen. rushed out of the window the way he came Description

in. Helen phoned her parents. wasn?t able to dial the number. VI. Further Listening and Speaking Task 1: I hate flying. Dave: Sue, I haven?t seen you for a while. Where?ve you been hiding? Sue: Dave, I have some excellent news. I won first prize in the computer software competition. Dave: That?s wonderful news. What?s the prize? Sue: I?ve won a trip to Sydney. Dave: Wow! That?s great—but how will you get there? Sue: Fly, of course. It?s much too far to swim. Dave: I hate flying. With just the thought of not having my feet safe on the ground, three things happen: my stomach turns, my face goes pale, and I break into a cold sweat. Sue: But if you want to travel, you have to fly. Dave: That?s true. But if I were to fly, I?d have to get some medicines from the doctor. Sue: That?s must cause you a lot of trouble. Dave: Well, I have no other choice. 1. first prize, software competition 2. a trip to 3. fly 4. turns, goes pale, a cold sweat 5. some medicines 6. cause , a lot of trouble Task 2: Don?t be afraid of the alligators! While enjoying fishing off the Florida coast, a tourist overturned his boat by accident. He could swim, but he was afraid of alligators. So he just held tight on to the overturned boat. After a while

he saw a coast guard officer walking close to the shore, and he got excited. He shouted at the officer, “Are there any alligators around here?” “No,” the man shouted back, “they haven?t been around for years!” Feeling greatly relieved, the tourist started swimming lazily toward the shore.” About halfway there he asked the coast guard, just out of curiosity, “How did you get rid of the alligators?” “We didn?t do anything,” the officer answered. “Wow, how lucky I am,” said the tourist. The officer then added, “ The sharks got them. 1. A) He caught hold of the boat. 2. C) Whether there were any alligators around. 3. D) No, not for the past years. 4. B) Because the sharks killed all of them. 5. A) A threat was replaced by a bigger threat. Task 3: Fear of Flying At a recent software engineering management course in the United States, the participants were given an awkward question to answer: “If you had just boarded an airliner and discovered that your team of programmers had been responsible for the flight control software, would you get off immediately? If yes, please put up your hands.” Then a forest of hands were raised, but one programmer called Smith did not put up his hand. When asked what he would do, he replied that he had no fear and would be quite happy to stay on board. “With my team?s software,” he said, “the plane was unlikely to even taxi as far as the runway, let alone take off.” 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 5. T Speaking Snakes frighten me. Tony: Oh, Nancy, I am looking for you. Nancy: Well, Sherlock Holmes, you?ve just found me. What?s up? Tony: The Outdoor Club is going camping this weekend. Care to join us for an adventure? Nancy: I could be interested, but will there be snakes? I hate snakes; they make me scared stiff.

Tony: Probably not. We?ll be in the mountains, and snakes don?t care for the cold. But there are different kinds of snakes. Poisonous ones like rattlers, and friendly ones like garter snakes. You aren?t afraid of the friendly snakes, are you? Nancy: Well, if we encounter any snakes, you?ll see how loud I can scream. Toney: Even if they?re friendly snakes? Nancy: Yeah, all snakes make my hair stand on end. Unit 10 test 1.C. Both the man and the woman are afraid of heights 2.C. He is afraid of flying. 3.D . Keeping a barking dog 4.D. She was frightened by a small spider 5.C. She performed poorly and is unlikely to get the job 1.2 people 2.What's up 3.camping 4.Care to 5.snakes 6.scared stiff 7.in the mountains 8.care for 9.Poisonous ones 10.like 11.can you 12.or not 13.how loud 14.scream 1.C. Not everyone likes to fly 2.B. Share their fears with each other 3.D. All of the above 4.A. Do something that engage your mind to forget the fear 5.C. Ways to Lessen Your Fear of Flying 1.C. Camping 2.B. Stiff 3.A. Skip 4.D. Sound 5.A. the way 6.D. Boarded 7.C. let alon e 8.B. tight on to 9.B. Hiding 10.A. turns


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