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Unit 3. The Land of the Lock. Prepare for Unit 3, Integrated Course. Theme: Security System Questions : 1. Where is security system needed? 2. What was / is needed in a security system? 3. What equipment did / do we usually use to keep us safe? 4. …. Before Reading.

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Unit 3

Unit 3

The Land of the Lock


Prepare for unit 3 integrated course

Prepare for Unit 3,Integrated Course

Theme:

Security System

Questions:

1. Where is security system needed?

2. What was / is needed in a security system?

3. What equipment did / do we usually use to keep us safe?

4. …


A security system

Before Reading

A Security System

public

personal

national


Before reading

Before Reading


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Before Reading

back


Security systems

Before Reading

Security Systems

(L. 12)

(L. 12)

(L. 12)

alarm system

dead-bolt lock

security chain


What is used

Before Reading

What is used?

(L. 12)

(L. 37)

(L. 14)

access card

access card

trip wires

doors with steel bars


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Before Reading

(L. 55)

(L. 49)

(L. 68)

rape whistles

X-ray equipment

high-intensity light


Security systems1

Before Reading

Security Systems

dead-bolt lock

security chain

rape whistles

Security Systems

alarm system

high-intensity light

trip wires

X-ray equipment

doors with steel bars

access card


Some security measures in ancient time

Before Reading

Some Security Measures in Ancient Time

The Great Wall

Castle


Airport security

Before Reading

Airport Security

Extraordinary challenges require extraordinary measures. The terrorist attacks on America of September 11, 2001 require that Americans reform their Nation’s aviation security system in fundamental ways. On September 27, President Bush launched the process of reform by announcing his proposals for a $500 million federal grant program to strengthen aircraft security and federal management of airport security and screening services.

Script

back


The great wall

Before Reading

The Great Wall

The Great Wall is a popular name for a semi legendary wall built to protect China’s northern border in the 3rd century BC, and for impressive stone and earthen fortifications built along a different northern border in the 15th and 16th centuries, long after the ancient structure had disappeared. Ruins of the later walls are found along former border areas from Bo Hai in the east to Gansu Province in the west.

Script

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Castle

Before Reading

Castle

Castles were built in places where they could be easily defended. A position on high ground provided the defenders with a view of the surrounding countryside, making attacks more difficult. In flat areas, castles were surrounded by a protective moat.

Script

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Terrorist attack on sept 11 2001

Before Reading

Terrorist Attack on Sept. 11, 2001


President bush s address

Before Reading

President Bush’s Address


President bush s address1

President Bush’s Address


Part division of the text

Global Reading

Part Division of the Text

Part 1 (L. 1 – 11)

Part 2 (L. 12 – 60)

Part 3 (L. 61 – 74)


Further understanding

Global Reading

Further Understanding

Part 1 --- True or False

  • The phrase “on the latch” means that the door is closed and locked.

Suburbs and country areas are more dangerous than urban streets.

  • Nowadays, doors, not only in cities but also in rural areas, are locked.

This phrase means that the door is closed but unlocked.

  • Urban streets are more dangerous than outskirts and country areas.

  • In America nowadays, no one leaves his front door on the latch anymore.


Part 2 supporting facts for the central ideas

Global Reading

Part 2 --- Supporting Facts for the Central Ideas

In this part, the author uses a lot of facts to support his central points of view: America is deteriorating from “the Land of the Free” into “the most dangerous nation”. Could you find any more supporting facts in addition to those listed below?


Part 2 2

Global Reading

Part 2 - 2

  • Doors are not left unlocked in cities or in rural areas.

  • Dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires are widely used in use.

  • Many suburban families have steel bars built in sliding glass doors

  • Small notices warning against burglars are commonly seen pasted on the windows of the most pleasant homes.

Part 2 --- Supporting Facts for the Central Ideas


Part 2 3

Global Reading

Part 2 - 3

  • Access cards are required of those who work with medium- or large-size company.

  • Air security uses electronic X-ray equipment to guard against terrorism.

  • Businessmen employ machines linked to their telephones to determine whether the callers are telling lies or not.

  • Suburban house wives wear rape whistles on their key chains.

Part 2 --- Supporting Facts for the Central Ideas


Part 2 4

Global Reading

Part 2 - 4

1. We have become so used to _________, and so used to _______________.

Read Part 2 Supply the missing information:

We have become so used to defending ourselves against the new atmosphere of American life, and so used to putting up barriers.


Part 2 5

Global Reading

Part 2 - 5

2. We are satisfied _________________.

We are satisfied when we are well-protected.

3. With electronic X-ray equipment, we seem finally to ___________________.

With electronic X-ray equipment, we seem finally to have figured out a way to hold the terrorists at bay.


Part 2 6

Part 2 - 6

4. We do not want to afford ourselves ____________________ as a shadow.

We do not want to afford ourselves even so such a luxury as a shadow.


Part 3 questions and answers

Global Reading

Part 3 --- Questions and Answers

  • Under what excuse do people resort to all these means mentioned in Part 2?

  • Does the author think they are justified in doing so?

  • According the author, what may be the legacy we remember best when we recall this era?


Part 3 2

Global Reading

Part 3 - 2

  • Under what excuse do people resort to all these means mentioned in Part 2?

Part 3 --- Questions and Answers

--- In the name of “Security”.


Part 3 3

Global Reading

Part 3 - 3

2. Does the author think they are justified in doing so?

--- No. Because in the author’s opinion, America becomes the most insecure nation with all these means.


Part 3 4

Global Reading

Part 3 - 4

3. According the author, what may be the legacy we remember best when we recall this era?

--- We become prisoners of ourselves when we deal with the unseen horrors among us.


Word scanning

Global Reading

Word Scanning

Scan the text to find all the sentences containing the word “lock” or the word with “lock” as its root.


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Global Reading

WS - 2

Sentences containing the word “lock”.

  • … the door was closed but not locked. (L. 3)

  • It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems … (L. 12)

  • The lock is the new symbol of America. (L. 19)

  • The transformation of America from the Land of the Free to the Land of the Lock. (L. 27)

  • …we devise ways to lock the fear out. (L. 62)

  • We may have locked the evils out, but in so doing we have locked ourselves in. (L. 71)

Word Scanning


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Global Reading

WS - 3

Word with “lock” as its root

Word Scanning

  • doors do not stay unlocked (L. 7)

  • …a picture of a child's bicycle with the now-usual padlock attached to it. (L. 22)


Detailed reading

Detailed Reading

  • “I don’t know if that was a local term or if it is universal” (L. 2)

Sentences:

local --- of a particular place

universal --- common to all conditions, or situations.

Paraphrase:

--- I don’t know whether that was a single case in my place or it is true of all cases everywhere.


Detailed reading1

Detailed Reading

2. “… doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening.” (L. 6)

Paraphrase:

… doors are always locked, even just for a short period of time in the evening.


Detailed reading2

Detailed Reading

3. Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patrolled urban streets. (L. 8)

Paraphrase:

--- Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, more exposed to danger than city streets where police often go around and protect the city residents.


Detailed reading3

Detailed Reading

4. “It is not uncommon, in the most pleasant of homes, to see pasted on the windows small notices announcing that the premises are under surveillance by this security force or that guard company. ” (L. 16, Paragraph 5)

What?

Where?

What are they about?

Sentence Structure?


Double negative

Detailed Reading

Double Negative

notinfrequently

rather frequently

a fairly attractive woman

a notunattractive woman

notuncommon

rather common


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5. “Indeed, a recent public-service advertisement by …, but a picture of a child's bicycle with the now-usual padlock attached to it.” (L. 19 -- 22)

a chart

What is it?


Points to notice in this sentence

Detailed Reading

Points to notice in this sentence

feature --- give a prominent part to (sb. / sth.

not … but …

at risk


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Detailed Reading

6. “If you work for a medium- to large-size company, chances are that you don't just wander in and out of work.” (L. 35)

--- It is very likely that …

a medium- to large-size company

--- a company between medium-sized to large-sized

Chances are that …


7 it simply didn t occur to managers that the proper thing to do was to distrust people l 43

Detailed Reading

7. “It simply didn't occur to managers that the proper thing to do was to distrust people.” (L. 43)

Structure

It occurs to sb. that …

--- sb. gets the idea that …

Paraphrase :

--- Managers didn’t even have the slightest idea that the proper thing they could do was not to trust people.


8 we seem finally to have figured out a way to hold the terrorists real and imagined at bay l 49

Detailed Reading

8. “we seem finally to have figured out a way to hold the terrorists, real and imagined, at bay” (L. 49)

--- prevent sb. from coming near

hold / keep sb. at bay

Paraphrase :

--- Finally, we found the way to keep away the terrorists, no matter whether they are real or imagined in our mind.


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9. “The machines are supposed to tell the businessman, with a small margin of error, whether his friend or client is telling lies.”(L. 58)

--- with little possibility of making mistakes

with a small margin of error

Paraphrase :

--- The machines are thought to be able to tell the businessman whether his friend or client is telling lies with little possibility of making mistakes.


10 all this is being done in the name of security that is what we tell ourselves l 61

Detailed Reading

10. “All this is being done in the name of "security”; that is what we tell ourselves.” (L. 61)

"security”

--- not real security

People are living in the illusion.


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11. “We have become so smart about self-protection that, in the end, we have all outsmarted ourselves.” (L. 69)

Paraphrase:

… we have all outsmarted ourselves.

--- … our cunning and cleverness result in our own disadvantage.

outsmart

--- gain the advantage over by cunning or cleverness


1 on the latch of a door closed but not locked

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

1. on the latch --- (of a door) closed but not locked

Points to Practice

  • Let yourself in; the door is on the latch.

  • Don’t forget to leave the front door on the latch if you go to bed before I come back.


2 rural adj of in or suggesting the countryside

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

2. rural --- adj. of, in or suggesting the countryside

  • By the year 2003, urban residents will outnumber the rural residents in most developing countries.

  • 庄稼种在乡村地区。

    Crops are grown in rural areas.


3 urban adj of situated in or living in a city or town

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

3. urban --- adj. of, situated in or living in a city or town

  • Motor vehicle emissions, to a large extent, are responsible for urban air pollution.

  • Our government has always paid much attention to the life of the urban poor.

Collocation:

urban districts 市区

urban area 市区

the urban population 城市人口


4 vulnerable adj exposed to danger or attack unprotected detailed reading

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

4. vulnerable --- adj. exposed to danger or attack; unprotected Detailed Reading

  • Compared with Saudi Arabic soccer team, the Chinese team is more vulnerable.

  • 你的论点相当容易受到批评。

    Your arguments are rather vulnerable to criticism.


5 tranquil adj quiet calm and undisturbed detailed reading

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

5. tranquil --- adj. quiet, calm and undisturbed Detailed Reading

  • The old man is living a tranquil life in the country.

  • Visitors like to stay in this hotel because it is beautiful and located in a tranquil lake area.


6 hook up to connect or attach sth to sth else with or as if with a hook detailed reading

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

6. hook up to --- connect or attach (sth.) to (sth. else) with or as if with a hook Detailed Reading

  • My computer is hooked up to the Internet, so I can communicate with my students at home via email.

  • The alarm system in the banks is hooked up to the local police station.


7 build in make sth as part of the structure

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

7. build in --- make sth. as part of the structure

  • The cupboards in the kitchen are all built in.

  • We are having the shelves built in the wall over the bed.


8 pry force sth open or away from the surface look or inquire closely and curiously

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

8. pry --- force sth. open or away from the surface--- look or inquire closely and curiously

  • Her car trunk had been pried open and all the equipment was gone.

  • 你能不能帮我不打破这个木箱盖而撬开它?

    Can you help me pry open this cover off this wooden box without breaking it?

  • Don’t pry into the affairs of others.

Collocation:

pry about到处窥探

pry into窥探,打听


9 paste stick sth with glue

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

9. paste --- stick sth. with glue

  • Some notices have been pasted on the board.

  • 这个年轻人将他最喜欢的歌手的照片贴在墙上。

    The young man pasted the pictures of his favorite singer on the wall.


10 premise

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

10. premise

--- (pl.) all the buildings and land that an institution occupies on one site

  • I showed him off the premises.

  • 警察认为小偷仍在屋内。

    The police think the thief is still on the premises.

--- sth. that you accept as true and use as a basis for another idea or way of thinking (usu. Followed by that-clause)


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Points to Practice

10.

  • It was the lawyer’s premise that his client was innocent.

  • I’m rather questioning whether the whole premise is correct.

    Collocation:

  • an assumed premise假设

  • an unsound premise 站不住脚的假设


11 feature

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

11. feature

1) vt. give a prominent part to (sb. / sth.)

2) n. a prominent or distinctive aspect, quality, or characteristic

  • 报纸以显著位置报道那个事件。

    The newspaper featured the story of the events.

  • 这出戏有两位著名的演员。

    The play featured two well-known actors.

  • The building contained many new features of construction.


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Points to Practice

Points to Practice

11.

Collocation:

  • a unique feature独一无二的特色

  • a key feature主要特征

  • a notable feature显著特征

  • make a feature of 以……为特色;注重


12 chart

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

12. chart

--- n. a diagram, picture, or graph which is intended to make information easier to understand

  • The chart showed the decline in the company’s sales during the year.

  • The weather chart shows where rain fell over China yesterday.

    Collocation:

  • compile a chart编制图表

  • consult a chart查看图表

  • a flow chart流程图

  • a statistical chart统计图表


13 barrier

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

13. barrier

--- n. thing that prevents progress or movement

  • The football fans broke through the barriers and rushed onto the pitch.

  • 警察设了路障。

    The police put a barrier across the road.

    Collocation:

  • trade barrier贸易壁垒

  • cultural barrier文化阻隔

  • language barrier语言障碍

  • geographical barrier地理阻隔


14 barricade

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

14. barricade

1) n. a barrier of large objects, intended to stop an enemy

2) vt. block with a barricade

  • Barbed-wire barricades blocked off all the main streets.

  • Protesters have been putting up barricades across a number of major streets


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Points to Practice

Points to Practice

14.

Collocation:

  • place / erect / set up / put up barricades设置路障

  • remove / demolish / tear down barricades拆除路障

    Pattern:

  • barricade oneself against

  • barricade oneself into

  • barricade oneself against outside moral decay

  • barricade oneself into one’s room


15 hold sb at bay

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

15. hold sb. at bay

--- prevent (a enemy, pursuers, etc.) from coming near

  • Eating oranges keeps colds at bay.

  • She left the light on at night to keep her fears at bay.


16 sideways

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

16. sideways

--- adj. adv. to, towards or from the side

  • If you would move sideways to the left, I can get everyone on the picture.

  • 我们把桌子斜向一边以便把它搬进房间里。

    We turned the table sideways to get it into the room.


17 stand for

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

17. stand for

--- represent; mean

  • UN = the United Nations

  • % = percent

  • 约翰一直支持正确的事情。

    John always stands for what is right.


18 analyze

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

18. analyze

--- vt. examine or think about sth. carefully, in order to understand it

  • The teacher tried to analyze the cause of our failure.

  • 科学家分析了一下牛奶,发现里面水分过多。

    The scientists analyzed the milk and found it contained too much water.


19 margin of error

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

19. margin of error

--- the degree to which a calculation might or can be wrong

  • The survey has a margin of error of 2.1%.

margin --- n. the empty space at the side of a page

  • The teacher wrote her remarks at the margin of the page.

Collocation:

with / by a small / large margin


20 civilize

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

20. civilize

--- vt. cause to improve from a primitive stage of human society to a more developed one

  • It must be admitted that the Romans helped to civilize many Europeans at that time.

  • 非洲国家希望把非洲所有的原始部落都变成文明社会。

    The African countries hoped to civilize all the primitive tribes on the land.


21 reflection

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

21. reflection

  • n. a thing bringing discredit or criticism (followed by on)

  • n. reflecting (careful thinking) or being reflected

  • This is a reflection on your honor.

  • On further reflection, she saw her mistake.

  • 沉思片刻后才回答。

    After a minute’s reflection, he answered.


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Points to Practice

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Collocation:

  • cast a reflection on使人们对…产生鄙视或怀疑

  • cast / throw reflections on 指责(某人)

  • on / upon reflection 经再三思考

  • without reflection轻率、不经思考


22 look back on

Points to Practice

Points to Practice

22. look back on

--- think about (sth.) in one’s past

  • I always look back on those days as the happiest time of my life.

  • 当你回顾你的一生时,你最珍惜的是什么时候?

    When you look back on your life, what moments would you cherish the most?


Useful expressions

After Reading

Useful Expressions

  • on the latch

  • carry keys

  • close up

  • well-patrolled urban streets

  • the allegedly tranquil areas

  • the era of … is over

  • electronic alarm systems

  • hook up to

  • build in

  • under surveillance

  • (门)关着但没上锁

  • 带钥匙

  • (暂时)关闭

  • 巡逻严密的城区街道

  • 据称很宁静的地区

  • …… 的时代结束了

  • 电子报警系统

  • 连接到

  • 内置、嵌入

  • 处于监控之下


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After Reading

Useful Expressions

  • put up barricades

  • security guards

  • hold / keep (sb.) at bay

  • electronic friskers

  • 设置路障

  • 保安

  • 不让靠近

  • 电子搜查器

  • 看都不看一眼

  • 代表、表示、象征

  • 沉浸于

  • without so much as a glance

  • stand for

  • be bathed in


Useful expressions2

After Reading

Useful Expressions

  • 误差率很小 / 大

  • 在人类文明历史上

  • 聪明反被聪明误

  • 回首过去,回顾以往

  • 看不见的恐惧

  • with / by a small / large margin of error

  • in the history of civilized man

  • outsmart oneself

  • look back on

  • unseen horrors


Spot dictation

After Reading

Spot Dictation

Planning a Safer Building


Spot dictation1

After Reading

Spot Dictation

Planning a Safer Building


Writing practice

After Reading

Writing Practice

1) Introduction

2) Procedure

3) Useful Expressions


1 introduction

After Reading

1) Introduction

  • Cause and effect essays are concerned with why things happen (causes) and what happens as a result (effects).

  • Cause and effect is a common method of organizing and discussing ideas.


2 procedure

After Reading

2) Procedure

Follow these steps when writing a cause and effect essay.

1) Distinguish between cause and effect

2) Develop your thesis statement

3) Find and organize supporting details.

4) Use appropriate transitions.


2 procedure1

After Reading

2) Procedure

You can organize details in the following ways:

  • Chronological

  • Order of importance

  • Categorical


3 useful expressions

After Reading

3) Useful Expressions


Writing practice1

After Reading

Writing Practice


Writing practice2

Writing Practice

1) Introduction

2) Procedure

3) Useful Expressions


Writing practice3

Writing Practice

1) Introduction

2) Procedure

3) Useful Expressions


Global reading

Global Reading

Part Division of the Text

Part 1 (L. 1 – 11)

--- In America, the era of leaving the front door on the latch has drawn to a close.


Global reading1

Global Reading

Part Division of the Text

Part 2 (L. 12 – 60)

--- A new atmosphere of fear and distrust creeps into every aspect of daily life. As a result, security devices, in varied forms, are put to use.


Global reading2

Global Reading

Part Division of the Text

Part 3 (L. 61 – 74)

--- By locking our fears out, we become prisoners of our own making.


8 pry

Points to Practice

Collocation

8. pry

Collocation:

  • pry about

  • pry into

到处窥探

窥探,打听


10 premise1

Collocation

10. premise

Collocation:

  • an assumed premise

  • an unsound premise

假设

站不住脚的假设


11 feature1

Points to Practice

Collocation

11. feature

Collocation:

  • a unique feature

  • a key feature

  • a notable feature

  • make a feature of

独一无二的特色

主要特征

显著特征

以……为特色;注重


12 chart1

Points to Practice

Collocation

12. chart

编制图表

查看图表

流程图

统计图表

Collocation:

  • compile a chart

  • consult a chart

  • a flow chart

  • a statistical chart


13 barrier1

Points to Practice

Collocation

13. barrier

Collocation:

  • trade barrier

  • cultural barrier

  • language barrier

  • geographical barrier

贸易壁垒

文化阻隔

语言障碍

地理阻隔


14 barricades

Points to Practice

Collocation

14. barricades

Collocation:

  • place / erect / set up / put up barricades

  • remove / demolish / tear down barricades

设置路障

拆除路障


19 margin

Points to Practice

Collocation

19. margin

Collocation:

with a margin

by a small margin

by a large margin


21 reflection1

Points to Practice

Collocation

21. reflection

Collocation:

  • cast a reflection on

  • cast / throw reflections on

  • on / upon reflection

  • without reflection

对…产生鄙视或怀疑

指责(某人)

经再三思考

轻率、不经思考


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Procuratorate

Court

Police


Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit

Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit.

  • The last few days have found me very restless. This evening as I sat in the yard to enjoy the cool, it struck me how different the lotus pool I pass every day must look under a full moon. The moon was sailing higher and higher up the heavens, the sound of childish laughter had died away from the lane beyond our wall, and my wife was in the house patting Juner and humming a lullaby to him. I quietly slipped on a long gown, and walked out leaving the door _____.

    这几天心里颇不宁静。今晚在院子里坐着乘凉,忽然想起日日走过的荷塘,在这满月的光里,总该另有一番样子吧。月亮渐渐地升高了,墙外马路上孩子们的欢笑,已经听不见了;妻在屋里拍着闰儿,迷迷糊糊地哼着眠歌。我悄悄地披了大衫,带上门出去。--- 朱自清 “荷塘月色”


Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit1

Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit.

  • “Education in the countryside is still the weakest link, and so our newly-allocated educational funds will be used mainly in _____ areas," said a government official.

  • Warning: Not only computers are _____ hack attacks. Our bodies may be, as well.

  • Efforts are being made to make life more _____ in noisy and overcrowded cities.

  • The Christian ___ starts with the birth of Christ.

  • Use of the Internet is replacing other forms of _____ communication。

  • Can any TV _____ a HDTV converter box?

    My I finally got my MacBook _____ my 45" Sharp Aquos LCD TV.


Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit2

Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit.

  • To use Google's _____ calculator function, simply enter the calculation you'd like done into the search box and hit the Enter key.

  • All sorts of words got _____ loose from my memory as I fought to explain myself. I'm totally speaking Chinglish so far, but I think I was getting my point across.

  • In one incident, a notice _____ into my message board by an unknown party.

  • _____ are land and buildings together considered as a property.

    Work out how much you can afford to pay in outgoings _____, whether you buy or lease.


Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit3

Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit.

  • They _____ their experience in coping with serious injuries and critical situations in Iraq.

  • Western countries' intellectual property protection is a terrible _____ for China's technological progress.

  • After struggling with such dishonesty for years, psychologists suggest specific steps professors can take to keep plagiarism _____.

    The local government and the CDC are struggling to hold bird flu _____.

    改写:

    An apple a day keeps the doctor away.


Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit4

Complete the following sentences with the expressions you have learned in this unit.

  • A strong gust of wind blew the car _____ into the ditch.

    He leaned _____ slightly to let Jane past.

  • What does “PhD” Really _____? It means “Patiently hoping for a Degree”.

  • By _____ of 51%, the public says workers show less, rather than more loyalty, to their employers now than they did a generation ago,

  • The love of country is the first virtue in a _____ man.

    The Romans _____ many of the tribes of northern Europe.

    I believe a _____ has good manners.


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