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Unit1 Getting along with others
a situation in which one has to choose between two things
pay attention to
shout loudly at
Words in the text
having done wrong
say sorry to
You have every right to feel_________by your friend if she did tell your secrets to others, but it seems unlikely that she did. You say that you are best friends; well, best friends talk about their problems and try to solve them. If she is a good friend, you should___________for blaming her.
If you still have doubts, you should think about
why you don’t believe her. Was it because you
were ashamed of your______or your behavior?
Did you feel jealous of your friend’s mark? If so,
the problem lies with you, not her. Try not to
sound too______of yourself when discussing your
marks in front of others.
However, if you feel that she is very bad at
keeping________and likes to embarrass you in
public, you had better find a new friend.
It seems you need to apologize quickly to avoid losing a good friend! Don’t forget that things are important to people, even when they don’t shout about them. The _______was probably very important to Matthew and he felt______about losing, and bad about not being as gifted at football as you are.
A football team needs all the players to work
together and help each other. Each player
should play to their strengths. Shouting at your
teammate was unfair and just made him feel
worse. Although you both said________things
to each other, one of you has to be first to say
sorry. Don’t be stubborn.
You say that your__________is as important as
football. Well, then you should be__________
to get your friendship back. Don’t delay. Talk to
your friend and I’m sure before long, you’ll be
back playing football together.
(2).She left her hometown five years ago. We haven’t seen her since.
自那以后=from then on
(4).Since you are so busy, perhaps we should ask someone else.
1.Her baby is great fun./ Sailing a boat is great fun. (有趣的人/事)
2. I write not just for the pay, but for fun.(乐趣).
We had a lot of fun at the party.
3.They often make fun of me for this.
A fun B funs C funny D a fun
(1).I must have sounded very proud of myself.
You must have left your wallet in the office.
(2).may have done (it’s not certain)
Something may have happened to her.
My parents always feel like going out for a walk after supper.
feel like表示想要做某事,后可加doing sth.
(1).forget/not see something important
(2). not be angry with a bad thing
a. He is determined to take part in the international speech competition.
b.He is a determined supporter of President Bush.
He determined to take part in the international speech competition.
例:They determined the date for the party.
例:This determined him to act immediately.
例: He cannot help talking to his deskmate in class.
(2)cannot help it没有办法
例: He just can’t help it. He has to obey orders.
(3)can’t help do sth.无法帮助做某事
例:I can’t help do the housework for my mum.