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Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

Lesson 89 A slip of the tongue

Period 1


Retell the story using the following hints

Retell the story using the following hints:

People---news—queue---dull---fail—funny---burst out---should have


Discussion

Discussion

  • Search in your memory an occasion when you or someone you know has made a “slip of the tongue” and share the account with your classmates.

  • What does the writer aim at by presenting this story?

  • Give an imaginary ending to continue the story. (if time permits)


Homework

Homework

Oral:

  • Read and recite the text.

  • Describe one of the following scenes

  • buying lottery tickets

  • at a big sale

  • on the opening day of a new electric appliance shop

  • describe one from your own experience

    Useful expressions:

  • People will do anything to…. When the news got round…. rushed to…queue for hours to get in and there must have been several hundred people present ….unfortunately…. those who failed to….

    Written

    • Summary writing


  • Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue1

    Lesson 89 A slip of the tongue

    Period 2


    Retell the story using the following hints1

    Retell the story using the following hints:

    People---news—queue---dull---fail—funny---burst out---should have


    Discussion1

    Discussion

    Search in your memory an occasion when you or someone you know has made a “slip of the tongue” and share the account with your classmates.

    What does the writer aim at by presenting this story?


    Grammar

    Grammar


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    must+have+过去分词表示对过去发生的事进行推测 (其否定式为can't+have+过去分词,cf.第17课语法);

    Must +have+ past participle express deduction with reference to a past action.

    She wears a different dress everyday. She must have spent a lot of money on her clothes.

    Need not +have+过去分词表示过去不必做但实际已做了的事 (cf.第41课语法);

    Needn’t +have+ past participle indicates absence of necessity in the past

    I needn’t have brought an umbrella with me, as it didn’t rain at all.

    should/ought to+have+过去分词表示本来应该做而实际未做的事(cf.第65课语法):

    Ought to /should +have+ past participle indicates an unfulfilled action.

    You ought to/should have handed in your homework two days ago before we started the new lesson.


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    Grammar Exercise Fill in the blanks with verbs in their proper forms:

    There must _______(be) 100 people present at the meeting last time. have been

    You _______(tell) us the good news earlier. shouldhave told

    Just now, you _________(shout) at your son. It was your own fault. shouldn’thave shouted

    Your elder brother needn’t ____(come) last night.

    have come

    He _______(be)more careful in doing the experiment. But he was careless. ought to have been


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    Grammar Exercise Fill in the blanks with verbs in their proper forms:

    I _____(phone) the plumber. I learnt later that John had already phoned him. needn’t have phoned

    He knows a lot about flying planes. He ______(be) a pilot when he was young. must have been

    You ______(bring) your umbrella after all. It hasn’t rained. needn’t have brought

    Vera ________(be) at the supermarket this morning. I didn’t see her there. can’t/couldn’t have been

    I _______(cook)a meal last night because we went out and the food I prepared was uneaten. needn’t have cooked


    People will do anything to see a free show even if it is a bad one

    People will do anything to see a free show---even if it is a bad one.

    • Mothers will do anything to protect their children when they are in danger---even if it means sacrifice of their lives.

    • People in China will do anything to help their neighbors who live next door---even if it means a great inconvenience to themselves.


    When the news got round that we all rushed to see it

    When the news got round that …. we all rushed to see it.

    • When the news got round that A/H1N1 flu has spread to Hangzhou, all schools required students to report their body temperature several times a day.

    • When the news got round that the school store is selling instant noodles, we all rushed to buy it.


    Those who failed to need not have felt as

    Those who failed to … need not have felt …. as..

    • Thosewhofailedto get the chance to take part in the summer camps abroad neednothavefelt upset as you can always join another activity during the summer.

    • Thosewhofailedto go to IMAX to see Avatar neednot have felt disappointed, as more IMAX cinemas will be built soon and more 3D movies arebeing made at present.


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    The only funny things we heard… came from…. He was obviously… and for some minutes… As soon as he opened his mouth, everyone burst out laughing. We all know …. But what he actually said was:….

    • The funniest things we heard at the farewell party last night camefrom Mr. Page at the beginning of his speech. He was obviously very excited andforsomeminutes stood quietly before the microphone. Assoonasheopenedhismouth, everyone present burstoutlaughing. Weallknew what he should have said, butwhatheactuallysaid was: Good morning, boys and girls. Class begins.


    Describe one of the following scenes

    Describe one of the following scenes

    buying lottery tickets

    at a big sale

    on the opening day of a new electric appliance shop

    describe one from your own experience

    Useful expressions:

    People will do anything to…. When the news got round…. rushed to…queue for hours to get in and there must have been several hundred people present ….unfortunately…. those who failed to….


    Homework1

    Homework

    Sentence imitation

    • People will do anything to see a free show---- even if it is a bad one.

    • When the news got round that …. we all rushed to see it.

    • Those who failed to … need not have felt …. as..

    • The only funny things we heard… came from…. He was obviously… and for some minutes… As soon as he opened his mouth, everyone burst out laughing. We all know …. But what he actually said was:…


    Summary

    Summary

    1.The local cinema was packed (with people) because P. & U. Bird Seed Co. was presenting a free comedy show.

    2. As many of the artistes who should have appeared failed to turn up, the show was very dull.

    3. The funniest thing we heard (that night) came at the beginning from the advertiser who introduced the programme, saying, ‘This is the Poo and Ee Seed Bird Company. Good ladies, evening and gentlemen.’


    Summary1

    Summary

    1.The local cinema was packed (with people).

    2. The P. & U. Bird Seed Co. was presenting a free comedy show, but many of the artistes who should have appeared failed to turn up.

    3. Because of this, the show was very dull.

    3. The funniest thing we heard (that night) came from the advertiser who at the beginning introduced the programme, saying, ‘This is the Poo and Ee Seed Bird Company. Good ladies, evening and gentlemen.’


    Review words and phrases

    Review words and phrases

    1. I made a slip of the tongue/lip when I wanted Jenny to come to my office, but I said Johnny. I meant to say Jenny not Johnny.

    (an error of speech, i.e. the mistake of saying something you hadn’t wanted or planned to say.)

    e.g. No one would know his secret if John didn’t make a slip of the tongue.


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    2. Mr. Smith made a slip of the pen when he wrote his name with a double “T”. (the mistake of writing something different from what you should write or what you planned)

    You've made some slips (of the pen) in your report.


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    3. It was quite clear that the actor had no experience in such a big show. He performed awkwardly in front of the audience. (stood clumsily)

    4. She not only ran in the race, but actually won it. (really)


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    5. An artiste is a professional entertainer, for example, a singer or a dancer.

    c.f. Colin is a very famous artist. His pictures are sold at a very high price these days.


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    6. The children burst out laughing when they saw a clown walk into the ring and begin to stand clumsily on his head.

    (c.f. At the sad news, she burst into tears/ burst out crying.)


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    7. Microsoft is developing its new cell phone in order to compete in the phone business against Apple and Google. It is said that the phone is going to be presented to the public as soon as all the tests are finished.

    (When you present something, you give it to people in a formal way.)


    3rd period

    3rd period


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    • You____ all those clothes! We have a washing machine to do that sort of thingA) needn't have washedB) shouldn't have washedC) must not have washed D) can not have washed

    • John‘s score on the test is the highest in the class; he____ last night.A) should study B) should have studied

      C) must have studiedD) must have to study

      3) The room is in a terrible mess; it ____cleaned.

      A) can‘t have beenB) shouldn't have been

      C) mustn't have been D) wouldn't have been


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    4) I am feeling sick. I____ so much chocolate.A) needn't have eaten B) couldn't have eaten

    C) mustn't have eaten D) shouldn't have eaten

    5) ---Where is Sally? I need to talk to her now.

    ---She _______ in the library. I saw her there half an hour ago.A) must have beenB) might be

    C) can’t be D) can’t have been

    6) Walking alone in the deserted village, John was scared. He thought he____ Tom to go with him.A) might have askedB) should asked

    C) must have asked D) should have asked


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    7. It was really very dangerous; you ____ him seriously.A) might have injuredB) could injure

    C) should have injuredD) must injure

    8. “Where ____ my umbrella?” “Somebody ____ it away by mistake.”A) is, must have takenB) is, must take

    C) have been, must takeD) is, takes

    9. “We didn‘t see him at the exhibition yesterday. He ___it.”A) mustn’t visitB) can't have visited

    C) should have gone to seeD) may see


    Sentence imitation

    Sentence imitation

    People will do anything to … --- even if … 

    When the news got round that …, sb. did ….

    Those who failed to … need not have felt …. as.. 

    The only funny things we heard… came from…. He was obviously… and for some minutes… As soon as he opened his mouth, everyone burst out laughing. We all know …. But what he actually said was:… 


    People will do anything to even if

    People will do anything to …---even if …

    当处于危险时,母亲们会想尽办法来保护他们的孩子—即使这意味着牺牲他们的生命(sacrifice of their lives)。

    Mothers will do anything to protect theirchildrenwhen they are indanger—evenifitmeanssacrificeoftheirlives.

    2. Sam为了让女友高兴会做任何事—哪怕这与他的意志想违背(be against)。

    Sam will do anything tomake his girlfriend happy—even ifit is against his own will.


    When the news got round that sb did

    When the news got round that …, sb. did ….

    1. 当那个洞里有宝藏(treasure)的消息很快传开后,村民们马上赶到那里去寻宝。

    When the news got round that there was buried treasure in that cave, the villagers rushed to look for treasure right away.

    2. 当H1N1流感已经扩散(spread to)到杭州的消息传开后,所有的学校都要求(require)学生们一天测量体温(take one’s temperature)好几次。

    When the news got round that H1N1 flu hadspreadto HZ, all schools required students to take their temperature severaltimes a day.


    Those who failed to need not have felt as1

    Those who failed to … need not have felt …. as..

    • 那些没有考上(enter)杭外的学生没有必要感到失望,因为杭州还有很多很好的学校。

      Those who failed to enter HFLS need not have felt disappointed as there are many good schools in HZ.

      2. 那些没有得到参加国外夏令营机会的同学没有必要感到不高兴,因为你们有很多其它享受假期的机会。

      Those who failed to get the chance to take part in the summer camps abroad need not have felt upset as you’ll have many other opportunities to enjoy your vacation.


    Lesson 89 a slip of the tongue

    The only funny things we heard… came from…. He was obviously… and for some minutes… As soon as he opened his mouth, everyone burst out laughing. We all know …. But what he actually said was:….

    The funniest things we heard at the farewell party last night camefrom Mr. Page at the beginning of his speech. He was obviously very excited andforsomeminutes stood quietly before the microphone. Assoonasheopenedhismouth, everyone present burstoutlaughing. Weallknew what he should have said, butwhatheactuallysaid was: Good morning, boys and girls. Class begins.


    Translation practice

    Translation practice:

    坏消息传得快。

    Bad news gets round quickly.

    一看见那醉汉,大家便大笑起来。

    At the sight of the drunk, everyone burst out laughing/ laughter.


    Translation practice1

    Translation practice:

    当她听说她父亲在那次事故中丧生时便大哭起来。

    When she heard that her father had died in the accident, she burst out crying.

    当他紧张时,他有时就会发生口误。

    When he was nervous, he would sometimes make a slip of the tongue.

    你确信那只是一时口误吗?

    Are you sure that it was just a slip of the tongue?


    Translation practice2

    Translation practice:

    我本该在9点以前离开家,但实际上我没有。

    I should have left home before 9 o'clock, but actually I didn't.

    你本该写“too”,但实际上你却写了“to”。

    You should have written the word ‘too’, but what you actually wrote was ‘to’.

    他应该走一条小街。(实际上他走了主要街道)

    He should have gone along a side street. 


    Translation practice3

    Translation practice:

    你本不必把我的打算告诉他。(实际上已告诉了他)

    You needn't have told him about my plans.


    Describe one of the following scenes1

    Describe one of the following scenes

    buying lottery tickets

    at a big sale

    on the opening day of a new electric appliance shop

    describe one from your own experience

    Useful expressions:

    People will do anything to…. When the news got round…. rushed to…queue for hours to get in and there must have been several hundred people present ….unfortunately…. those who failed to….


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