Unit 5 Extensive Reading. Revision:questions. 1.What did the earliest people use fire for? They used fire to keep them warm, cook the food and scare the animals. 2.Which of the following shows us the earliest people and the modern people have something in common?
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1.What did the earliest people use fire for?
They used fire to keep them warm, cook the food and scare the animals.
2.Which of the following shows us the earliest people and the modern people have something in common?
B. People never grew their own crops
C. People use science
D. People care about their appearance
A. Being an archaeologist needs a wide range of knowledge.
B. A lake is not the sea.
C. People can identify the fish by the colour.
D. A fish bone can be made into a necklace.
1.When will we have a feast?
Usually at festivals
2. How do we feel when we have a feast?
Happy and lucky
3.What do we do to prepare for our feast?
Food ,fruit ,decorations and so on.
4.Besides having a dinner together, what will we do when we have a feast?
Enjoy the family reunion.
1. All of them take feast serious and make enough preparation for it.
2. All of them take the feast as a good chance to enjoy the family warmth and happiness.
3.It is also a good time to enjoy the delicious food.
1.Their food is not abundant and their reunion time is vary.
2.They would worry about their safety when they have a feast
They can enjoy themselves to their heart.
What do they do respectively?
catch fish, repair stone tools, make scrapers and axe-heads
collect fruit and nuts, prepare food
Task2:Read the passage again and try to figure out the job divisions between men and women.
co-operative patient individual exhausting
Patient (tool making), dangerous (hunting), some individual (tool making), some cooperative (hunting) skillful (tool making) protective (of group)
Affectionate (to group) , patient (collecting fruits), some individual (collecting), some cooperative (cooking) skillful (cooking) caring (providing food)
If only she had looked ahead and planned
If only he had come．
Words and expressions
1. If only it could be just like last year.
Everyone applauded when the play ended.
I applaud your decision.
a. to increase the speed of
The new car has good acceleration.
b. to cause to happen earlier (正式) 催促
He decided to accelerate his courses.
The bright colors of the flowers arrested Susan’s attention.
a dizzy height令人晕眩的高度
The old woman was dizzied by the strong wind.
The disaster dizzied his brain.
I felt great relief when I heard I had passed the examination.
If only he had followed my advice yesterday!
When I paid off all my debts, I felt great relief.
How can we accelerate the growth of economy?
Great noises arrested my attention, so I had to stop my work.
A. little white wooden
B. little wooden white
C. white wooden little
D. wooden white little
A. large German white
B. large white German
C. white large German
D. German Large white
A. pretty little Spanish
B. Spanish Little pretty
C. Spanish pretty little
D. little pretty Spanish
a fine old strong bridge
some sour green eating apples
A. in a cold rainy
B. on a cold rainy
C. in a rainy cold
D. on a rainy cold