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Unit Eight. Being All Ears. Listen and Decode. Listen and Judge. Listen and Respond. Listen and Complete. Listen and Read. Listen and Conclude. Listen and Decode. Click here to listen. Now listen to Dialogue 1 and do the multiple choice exercise.

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Unit Eight

Being All Ears

Listen and Decode

ListenandJudge

ListenandRespond

Listen and Complete

ListenandRead

Listen and Conclude

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Listen and Decode

Click here to listen

Now listen to Dialogue 1 and do the multiple choice exercise.

1. Jack doesn’t feel well because ______ .

a. Somebody has hurt his feelings

b. He has taken some aspirin

c. It is very cold outside

d. He has got a bad cold

2. Which of the following is true?

a. Jack is feeling very full now.

c. Li is a medical doctor.

b. Aspirin doesn’t work well for Jack.

d. Jack can’t go straight to the hospital.

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Listen and Decode

3. In the hospital,___________________

a. The doctor tells Jack that he is seriously ill

b. Jack tells the doctor that he is running a

high fever

c. The doctor wants to see if Jacks lungs are

all right

d. Jack tells the doctor that he’s hurt his body

badly

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Listen and Respond

Click here to listen

Now listen to the dialogue again and answer the following questions orally.

Does Jack look all right?

No, Jack does not look quite himself.

How does he feel now?

He is feeling awful. He is suffering from a bad headache.

Has he had any medicine?

Yes, he took some aspirin.

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Listen and Respond

What does Li suggest?

Li suggests that Jack go to see a doctor immediately.

Does Jack need Li’s help? Why or why not?

Yes, he needs Li’s help because he can’t think straight at the moment.

What are Jack’s symptoms?

He’s got a terrible headache, a sore throat, and his whole body hurts badly.

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Listen and Respond

What is likely to be the trouble with Jack?

Jack may have got a bad cold.

How does the doctor comfort Jack?

Jack may have got a bad cold.He says

He asks Jack to take an X-ray first.

What does the doctor ask Jack to do frist of all?

He asks Jack to take an X-ray first.

Script

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Listen and Read

Now listen to something more challenging-a passage with some blanks for you to fill in. The words in the brackets will give you some hints. A glance before listening at the word list provided below will be of some help to you.

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Listen and Read

Click here to listen

Five Ways to Improve Your Skin

(When?) _________, people pay more and more attention to (what?) __________. Do you know how to take care o (whose?) ______ skin? Does your skin feel dry and rough? Does your skin look dull and tired? Don’t worry! Here are some points that can make (what?) ________________.

Nowadays

their skin

your

all the difference

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Listen and Read

Not enough sleep leaves your skin looking tired. So don’t stay up any longer than you have to, and give your skin the chance to relax and (do what?)_______________!

Air-conditioning and not drinking enough water can make your skin look dry. So make sure you drink (how many?)_____________ glasses of water each day to nourish your skin.

have a good rest

at least eight

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Listen and Read

Taking a short walk (when?) ______________ will not only refresh you, it will also wake up your skin. Make sure you wash all make-up off your face before going to bed. Your skin needs a few deep and good (what) ______________ just like you do!

on a fine day

breaths

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Listen and Read

Your diet should be full of the right vitamins and minerals. They will help keep your skin looking good and healthy. Fruit and vegetables are the best things to make you look beautiful.

Always rub your skin gently. The movements (how?) ______________________ will help reduce puffiness. Doing this massage five minutes, (how often?) _______________, will leave your skin looking young and beautiful.

upwards and out wards

twice a week

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Listen and Judge

Listen to the passage and judge whether the following statements are true or false. Write T/F accordingly.

  • If your skin doesn't look good, that may be because you don’t use the right make-up. ( )

  • Lack of sleep will make your skin look tired. ( )

  • To keep your skin healthy, you should drink at least eight glasses of water every day. ( )

    4. Fresh air will do a lot of good to both your body and your skin. ( )

F

T

T

T

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Listen and Judge

5. Proper diet is very important in keeping your skin look young and beautiful. ( )

6. The best daily diet is full of fruit and vegetables. ( )

7. You should give yourself a facial massage twice a day. ( )

8. Massaging your skin will be very beneficial to you. ( )

T

F

F

T

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Listen to the passage again and try to fill the blanks with right words and phrases

Listen and Complete

Click here to listen

Listen to the passage again and try to fill the blanks with right words and phrases.

  • The passage gives us some advice on how to take care of our______.

  • Enough sleep will give our skin a chance to _____ and refresh itself.

  • Not drinking enough water will make our skin look ______.

  • Drinking enough water will help nourish our skin from _______.

    5. It will be good for our skin if we take a _____ when the weather is fine.

skin

rest

dry

within

walk

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Listen and Complete

breath

  • Our skin will not have a good _______ if we keep the make-up on our face all the time.

  • Our diet should be rich in vitamins and _________.

  • The passage suggests that we eat a lot of fruit and _____________ every day.

  • While doing massage, we should do the movements upwards and _________.

    10. The few points will help to make our skin look _________ and beautiful.

minerals

vegetables

outwards

young

Script

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Listen and Conclude

Click here to listen

Write out the general idea of the passage by answering the following questions.

Do people pay more attention to their skin nowadays?

What might our face look like if we don’t know how to take care of our skin?

How many pieces of advice does the passage give?

What is the speaker’s first piece of advice?

How many glasses of water does the speaker advise us to drink each day?

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Listen and Conclude

Does taking a short walk have anything to do with good skin?

Why should we wash all the make-up off our face in the evening?

What kind of diet does the passage advise us to have?

What are referred to as the best things to make us look beautiful in the passage? Why?

How should we do the skin massage and what will this lead to?

Reference

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Script : Dialogue 1

Jack and Li are good friends.

Li: Why, Jack, are you all right? You don‘t look quite yourself.

Jack: I’m feeling awful. I’ve got a terrible headache.

Li: It might be a bad cold. Have you taken any medicine?

Jack: I took some aspirin, but I still feel sick.

Li: You’d better go to see a doctor immediately. Want me to go with you to the hospital?

Jack: Oh, it’s so nice of you to offer. I do need your help. I just can’t think straight at the moment...

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(In the hospital, a doctor is receiving Jack.)

Doctor: What’s the matter?

Jack: I’ve got a terrible headache, a sore throat, and my whole body hurts me badly.

Doctor: Let me see. Oh, you’re running a high fever.

Jack: Am I seriously ill, doctor?

Doctor: Don’t worry. I think you’ve just got a bad cold. But you’d better take an X-

ray first.

Jack: Thank you, doctor.

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Reference
Reference

Nowadays, people pay more and more attention to their skin. If owe don’t know how to take care of our skin, our face may look dry and tired. The passage offers us some points that can make all the difference. The speaker first advises us to have enough sleep. He also asks us to drink at least eight glasses of water every day. Taking a short walk on a fine day will also wake up our skin. In the evening, we should wash all the make-up off our face so that our skin can breathe.

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Reference

Our diet should be full of the right vitamins and minerals. They will help keep the skin looking good. Fruit and vegetables are the best things to make our skin beautiful.

Rub our skin gently. The movements upwards and outwards will help reduce puffiness. Doing this massage for five minutes, twice a week, will leave our skin looking young and beautiful!

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Script: Five Ways to Improve Your Skin

Nowadays, people pay more and more attention to their skin. Do you know how to take care of your skin? Does your skin feel dry and rough? Does your skin look dull and tired? Don’t worry! Here are some points that can make all the difference.

Not enough sleep leaves your skin looking tired. So don’t stay up any longer than you have to, and give your skin the chance to relax and have a good rest!

New Practical English 1


Air-conditioning and not drinking enough water can make your skin look dry. So make sure you drink at least eight glasses of water each day to satisfy your skin from within.

Taking a short walk on a fine day will not only refresh you, it will also wake up your skin. Make sure you wash all the make-up off your face before going to bed. Your skin needs a few deep and good breaths just like you do!

New Practical English 1


Your diet should be full of the right vitamins and minerals. They will help keep your skin looking good and healthy. Fruit and vegetables are the best things to make your skin beautiful.

Always rub your skin gently. The movements upwards and outwards will help reduce puffiness. Doing this massage for five minutes, twice a week, will leave your skin looking young and beautiful!

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