Unit 7 Lesson 26~27. Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat. Location:. Cambodia. A quite, beautiful place. Temple of Angkor Wat. Built:. 1113~1150. 2 Km 2. Area:. Description:. a square channel. 1861, French. First found:. Repairs:. until 1970, war. Repairs. Time:. 1986. People:.
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a square channel
until 1970, war
15 Indian experts, 400 workers
cleaning, repairing, rebuilding
by hand, buckets, weak chemical
1. Rainy season
six or seven months
millions of men killed
many of the men higher pay
1. more than 70,000 m2 , stone, cleaned
2. thousands of stone blocks, moved
3. many roof sections, replaced
4. In 1994, took on a new look
·The hunter deserted his injured comrades.
When he had to speak to the headteacher, his courage suddenly deserted him.
The rest of the land is mostly desert.
He was living on a desert island.
quite a few＝a good few＝many
not a few＝many 不少／相当多
①I am his best friend, and I will always watch over him.
② They were watched over by three policemen.
①He spread a blanket on the bed.
② The sea, blue and still, was spread before us.
③ The radio spread the news as soon as it happened.
④ She spread her toys all over the room.
① The forest spreads from here to the river.
②In twenty years the city has spread quickly to the north.
③ The fire spread from the factory to the houses nearby.
④ The captain told his men to spread out.
Her face took on an angry look.
After the students put up Christmas decorations, the classroom took on a holiday appearance.
The factory has opened and it is beginning to take on new workers.
He takes on additional work in the evenings.
The bus took on more passengers.
具有否定意义并放到句首形成倒装句的词除副词nowhere外，还有seldom, hardly, never, little, not only…but also, no sooner…than等。① Only then did I realize that I was wrong. ② Seldom does he take part in the conversation. ③ Never in my life have I heard of such a funny story.
① You'll find that the plan includes most of your suggestions.
② The Chinese nation includes than 50 national minorities besides the Hans.
③ Everyone here took part in the fight against the flood, including old people.
④ Everybody had something to say, me included.
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