Unit 1 Disneyland Lesson 3 Disneyland Li Jianning. Walt Disney’s life. Walt Disney, a great film-maker, was born in Chicago in 1901. His greatest wish was to be a famous artist. At first he worked in a newspaper office in Kansaa City, and
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Walt Disney, a great film-maker, was born in Chicago
in 1901. His greatest wish was to be a famous artist. At
first he worked in a newspaper office in Kansaa City, and
then got work as an artist. His first cartoon character is
MickeyMouse and was well received by people,
especially by children. He soon drew other cartoon
characters like Donald Duck and during the 1920s and
the 1930s he made scores of cartoons about them. He
died in 1966. But the studios which he started are still
busy today, producing more and more interesting films.
( )2. The workers of all the Disney parks are always friendly.
( )3. You can find all the characters from Disney’s films in Disneyland.
( )4. Many of the students in Disneyland are built like streets in the USA in the 18th century.
FSay “True”or “False”:
The Sleeping Beauty Castle:
The Tomorrow Land Building:___________________
Euro-Disney was openedNote making:
Disney World was opened in Florida
Tokyo Disney was opened
Wear clean shoes and trousers and allowed
To have beards; tie back the long hair;
always smile and be friendly
A favourite place for visitors
Go inside the space
1. The parks are the cleanest parks that you can imagine.
that you can imagine是定语从句,修饰先行词parks
e.g.This is the best film (that) I have ever seen.
He is the longest fellow (that) I ever know.
Uncle Wang is one of the richest men
that live in our town.
2. You can see as far as the coast.
as far as: 远到, 到……为止;据……, 就……
e.g.He usual to take a walk after supper, often as far as two or three miles.
He walked as far as the village where I lived.
As far as I know, he is still
3. … wearing nineteenth century clothes.
e.g.She lay on the grass looking at the stars.
He rushed to his seat, forgetting to show his ticket.
bring on: 1) cause sb. or sth. to appear
2)cause sth. such as illness
e.g. The first dish that was brought on was potato crisps.
The sudden cold weather brought
on his fever again.Language Points:
Finish off the exercises.
Thank you very much!