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Module 6 The Olympic adventure. Unit 1 Cycling is more dangerous than swimming. cycling. running. basketball. swimming. gymnastics. football. table tennis. boating. tennis. easy. difficult. safe. dangerous. relaxing. tiring. exciting. cheap. boring. popular. expensive.

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Module 6 The Olympic adventure

Unit 1 Cycling is more dangerous than swimming.

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cycling

running

basketball

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swimming

gymnastics

football

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table tennis

boating

tennis

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easy

difficult

safe

dangerous

relaxing

tiring

exciting

cheap

boring

popular

expensive

unpopular

Table tennis is easy.

Table tennis is difficult.

What do you think about these sports?

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Do you like gymnastics ?

Swimming is popular.

Swimming is unpopular.

Tennis is relaxing.

Tennis is tiring.

Football is exciting.

Football is boring.

Table tennis is dangerous.

Table tennis is safe.

Basketball is cheap.

Basketball is expensive.

For example:

I think gymnastics is easy.

Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

I think gymnastics is difficult.

Ask and answer:

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Compare sports:

1.running/easy/gymnastics

Running is easier than gymnastics.

2.swimming/cheap/cycling

Swimming is cheaper than cycling.

3.table tennis/popular/tennis

Table tennis is more popular than tennis.

形容词比较级第二种形式:

多音节与部分双音节形容词用…more…than…表示

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Compare sports:

basketball/exciting/football

basketball/relaxing/football

boating/boring/cycling

boating/tiring/cycling

Basketball is more exciting than football.

Basketball is more relaxing than football.

Boating is more boring than cycling.

Boating is more tiring than cycling.

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table tennis

swimming

popular

easy

dangerous

boring

Swimming is more dangerous than table tennis.

Swimming is more boring than table tennis.

Table tennis is more popular than swimming.

Table tennis is easier than swimming.

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I am good at table tennis.

or

sth.(名词)

擅长

I am good at playing table tennis.

doing sth.(动名词)

What are you good at?

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Can you use “Daming /Chinese people/

(Be good at ) “ to make sentences.

Daming is good at cycling.

Chinese people are good at table tennis.

Chinese people are good at playing table tennis.

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1.Chinese people are good at

A .football

B .gymnastics

C .tennis

D . basketball

2 .Daming thinks table tennis is more than gymnastics.

A .exciting

B .boring

C .popular

D .unpopular

3.Betty thinks running is more than basketball.

A .boring

B .tiring

C .relaxing

D .exciting

4.Betty likes .

A .boating

B .running

C .boxing

D .cycling

Listen to the tape and choose the correct answers.

B

C

A

D

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Can you use new sentences to

talk about your favourite sports?.

For example:

I like …. I think it is more … than ….

I am good at ….

I like gymnastics. I think it is more exciting

than running. I am good at gymnastics.

Can you speak?

Can you use more sentences to speak?

In 2008, what are you going to say

if you meet an Englishman in Beijing?

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Taday’s homework

  • To talk about your favorite sports using news sentences.

(In 2008, what are you going to say

if you meet an Englishman in Beijing?)

2.Finish the exercise 1 on the workbook.

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