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高中英語牛津版高一上學期CHAPTER THREE

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00:00.00] CHAPTER THREE   Reading
[00:03.81]page 39   PLACES OF INTEREST
[00:08.86]Last Saturday,Debbie arrived at Sunbeam Travel and was given an urgent1 job.
[00:15.70]Mr Yang gave her this information
[00:19.67]and asked her to arrange a tour programme
[00:23.72]for a group of 20 tourists visiting China.
[00:28.08]1 The Great Wall rises and falls,
[00:33.12]twists and turns along the hill-tops of mountain chains in northern China.
[00:40.49]It is the only man-made structure which can be seen from space.
[00:46.73]Construction of the wall began in the fifth century B.C.
[00:52.58]The wall finally took shape in the the third century B.C.
[00:57.76]It is preserved as a historic2 monument today.
[01:02.72]Travellers can go by car or train
[01:07.37]to visit a famous section of the wall called Badaling,
[01:13.01]which is 85 kilometres north of Beijing.
[01:18.47]2 The new Shanghai Museum Building
[01:23.33]is a magnificent3 structure with a square base and a circular4 top.
[01:29.57]The centre of the top is a glass dome
[01:33.65]which looks like a huge bronze mirror of the Han Dynasty.
[01:39.81]The museum's collections of ancient Chinese bronze,ceramics,
[01:45.87]paintings and calligraphy5 are well-known in the world.
[01:51.44]Museum open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
[01:57.60]3The Peak Tram has been making the seven-minute journey to the Peak since 1888.
[02:06.75]You can enjoy a superb6 view of Hong Kong from the Peak.
[02:12.39]The lower terminus is only a five-minute walk from the Bank of China Building.
[02:19.55]4 The scenery along the Lijiang River in Guilin
[02:25.29]is just like a beautiful landscape painting.
[02:29.76]Take a boat trip,and you will be fascinated7 by the oddly-shaped hills and peaks
[02:36.21]along the river and also their reflections8 in the clear water.
[02:42.09] LISTENING page 42
[02:46.35]Following directions on a map.
[02:50.71]Listen to this conversation.
[02:54.47]The woman is telling the man about her tour of Europe last summer.
[03:01.55]Using a pencil,draw lines on the map of Europe to show where she went.
[03:09.91]Next to each line,write down how she travelled(e.g.by plane),as in the example.
[03:20.96]Woman:We had a very good tour of Europe last summer.
[03:26.52]Man:Where did you go?
[03:29.68]Woman:Well,first we flew to Amsterdam.
[03:35.54]  After a couple of days in Amsterdam,we went to Berlin.
[03:42.62]  We took a train from Amsterdam to Berlin.
[03:48.18]Man:Did you stay there long?
[03:52.15]Woman:Just a couple of days,then we went by bus from Berlin to Brussels.
[04:02.00]Man:Did you see any snow,when you were in Europe?
[04:07.95]Woman:Yes,we went from Brussels to Zurich.We went by train.
[04:15.90] Zurich is in Switzerland and it's very high in the mountains.
[04:23.16]  So we saw some snow even though it was the summer.
[04:28.90]Man:Where did you go after Zurich?
[04:33.87]Woman:Well,we hired a car in Zurich and we drove from there down to Venice.
[04:42.62]Man:Was it difficult to go by car?
[04:47.37]Woman:No,we just had to drive carefully,especially over the mountains.
[04:56.02]  We stayed in Venice for several days,it's a beautiful city.
[05:03.60]  Then we went by bus to Rome.
[05:08.95]After staying in Rome for a few days,
[05:13.91]we went by boat to Barcelona,that's where they had the Olympic Games in 1994.
[05:23.47]Man:Did you like Spain?
[05:27.24]Woman:Yes,but it was very hot.
[05:31.91]We went from Barcelona to Madrid by bus,hence,that was a very hot journey.
[05:40.24]Then we hired a car and drove over to Lisbon in Portugal.
[05:47.90]Man:Was that the end of your tour?
[05:52.76]Woman:Oh,no,we flew from Lisbon by plane up to Edinburgh in Scotland9.
[06:01.53]We spend a day or two there,looking around Scotland,and then hired another car,
[06:10.18]and drove down through England,until we got to London.
[06:16.53]Then we took the new train that goes under the channel
[06:22.56]and went by train from London to Paris.
[06:28.13]Man:You must had been tired by that time?
[06:33.17]Woman:Yes,we were,but we stayed in Paris for a week,just to relax. [06:42.31] And then we flew directly from Paris,back home.
[06:49.47]Man:So,you had a really good tour?
[06:54.51]Man:Yes,it was wonderful!Very tiring but very enjoyable.
[07:02.77]SPEAKING
[07:05.40]page 46 and 47  A Talk time
[07:12.07]Using extra stress to highlight10 important words.
[07:18.73]We already know two rules about speaking:
[07:24.19]1 Stress nouns,verbs adjectives11 and adverbs.
[07:33.25]2 Do not stress other words(e.g.,a the,is,have,etc.)except for special reasons.
[07:51.51]Here is a third rule:
[07:56.26]3 Give a little extra stress to the most important word in the sentence.
[08:05.41]Note that you,the speaker,decide what the most important word is[08:13.35]Exercise A1
[08:17.11]MARIA:What do you think of my new camera,Boris?
[08:23.27]BORIS:It looks a bit strange.What kind of camera is it?   MARIA:A Toyota.
[08:33.54]BORIS:A Toyota?That's the name of a car,not a camera.
[08:41.61]MARIA:But look.The name's on the case.
[08:47.67]BORIS:I'm afraid it's a fake,Maria.You've been cheated.
[08:54.52]Exercise A2
[08:58.46]BORIS:Do you like my new watch,Maria?
[09:03.43]MARIA:What make of watch is it?  BORIS:A Rolex.
[09:09.49]MARIA:A Rolex?That must have cost you a lot of money.
[09:17.14]BORIS:Ninety dollars only.
[09:21.08]MARIA:Then it can't be a real Rolex.
[09:26.13]BORIE:It's got its name on its face.
[09:30.88]MARIA:Yes,but look at how it's spelt.
[09:36.52]It's got two ls in it.You've been cheated,Boris.
[09:44.57]MORE LANGUAGE INPUT12 (3)   Reading
[09:50.52] page 54  More places to visit
[09:55.38]These terracotta warriors13 have guarded the Qin Shinghuang Tomb for over 2,000 years.
[10:02.64]The construction of the tomb started in 247 B.C.,
[10:08.71]and it took 36 years to complete.
[10:13.15]It is believed that there are thousands of pottery14 figures of warriors and horses in this magnificent tomb.
[10:22.00]The on-site museum is located five kilometres east of Xi'an,in Lintong County15.
[10:30.83]The museum is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
[10:36.39]The Sun Yat-sun Memorial Hall in Guangzhou
[10:41.65]was built in memory of the late Dr Sun Yat-sen.
[10:47.00]The Hall is a beautiful building in the style of a Chinese palace.
[10:52.56]It can seat an audience of 5,000,but not even a single pillar16 is found inside.
[11:00.74]In front of the Hall stands a bronze statue of Dr Sun Yat-sen.
[11:06.59]The Po Lin Monastery17 in Hong Kong is famous for its 34-metres-high giant Buddha
[11:13.96]Vegetarian meals and overnight18 stays are available.
[11:19.00]Watch the sunrise from the top of Lantau Peak.
[11:24.04]The Kuan Im Temple(Guan Yin.Miao) in Macau was first build over 600 years ago.
[11:32.30]It is perhaps one of the most popular temples in Asia.
[11:37.34]In the main hall of the temple,
[11:40.89]there stands a statue of Kuan Im,the Goddess of Mercy.
[11:46.46]But have you ever heard that among the 18 Luohan statues
[11:52.72]which line the hall there,
[11:56.38]one is of the famous Italian explorer Marco Polo.
[12:01.71]Listening page 56   Exercise B1
[12:08.35]Taking notes from interviews.
[12:13.00]Debbie has asked four tourists what they liked and disliked about Hong Kong.
[12:20.44]Listen to then answers and make brief notes.
[12:26.68]lst man:Well,I guess the thing I'm enjoy most is the food.
[12:32.85]I have to admitted I do like my food,as you can see from my size.
[12:40.50]The food in the hotel is just excellent.
[12:45.26]We usually have breakfast and dinner in the hotel,
[12:51.71]and then have lunch out somewhere.
[12:55.97]And the thing I like,is the variety of food you can get here.
[13:02.52]We've had French food,Indian,Thai,and what else...oh,yeah, Japanese.
[13:11.90]We are just having a great time,
[13:16.26]but when we get back home,I'm going to a have to go on a diet.
[13:23.03]1st woman:  What do I like most? Oh, the shopping.
[13:29.38]There are so many shops here,it's wonderful!
[13:35.73]I'm not interested in taking tours,I just like to shop,all day long.
[13:46.17]There are two things I really like,I like shopping for clothes. 13:54.72]I just got to have the latest fashions,and I like collecting antiques20.
[14:05.35]So I often take a cap up to Hollywood Road,
[14:11.83]and check out the antique19 shops there.
[14:16.97]Mmm,of the one thing I don't like is the heat,it's just too hot for me.
[14:28.23]It never gets this hot back home.
[14:32.99]It's all right if you're in somewhere airconditioned,like Pacific place.
[14:42.23]But if you're outside,well,it's just too hot for me in the middle of the day.
[14:51.90]So I often stay in my hotel,and then go out again in the evening.
[14:59.37]2nd man:Well,I like the views best of all.
[15:04.41]Hong Kong just looks so amazing.
[15:10.05]I like the view of the harbor21 at night if you go out of the Peak Tram.
[15:17.03]And I like the view of Hong Kong from Kowloon side.
[15:23.59]I like some of the buildings very much too.
[15:28.84]You have some of the most interesting buildings in the world here.
[15:36.10]The Hong Kong Bank Building,the Bank of China,the Central Plaza22.
[15:44.46]What do I dislike? Oh,the crowds,I think.
[15:51.43]I come from a small town myself
[15:56.40]and I'm not used to being in a middle of so many people all the time.
[16:03.45]It's difficult,if you want to get somewhere quickly.
[16:09.30]But I don't really mind it too much because I like watching people.
[16:16.67]So I just go along with the crowds[16:21.73]2nd woman:Well,I have my two young children with me
[16:27.19]and they don't really enjoy shopping or seeing Museums.
[16:33.15]So I took them out to Ocean Park,and we all had a really good time there.
[16:41.80]So I think that is the thing I like most about Hong Kong.
[16:47.75]They liked seeing Beethoven's and so on.
[16:53.11]We all enjoyed Ocean Park.
[16:57.47]Oh,I supposed it's over noise,that's what I dislike.
[17:04.31]Our hotel room is quite near the street,
[17:09.07]and we have traffic noise all day long.
[17:13.93]I'm not used to the noise of the airconditioner,either.
[17:18.89]And almost everywhere you go,it seems to be noisy.
[17:24.45]There's the traffic,building sites,and people shouting,
[17:31.32]but we still enjoyed our stay here very much.
[17:36.37]Exercise B2
[17:39.92]Listen to some sentences.Fill in the blanks with what you hear on the tape.
[17:47.08]1 If your order is urgent,please fax it to us now.
[17:54.44]2 Calligraphy is the skill of doing beautiful handwriting.
[18:00.89]3 IDD stands for International Direct dialing.
[18:08.55]4 For calls to other countries,
[18:13.72]you must start by dialing the international code23.

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1 urgent fjSwT     
a.緊急的,急迫的,緊要的
參考例句:
  • He asked to see the manager for something urgent. 他有急事求見經理。
  • A part of this urgent task was allotted to us. 這項緊急任務的一部分分給了我們。
2 historic AcNxw     
adj.歷史上著名的,具有歷史意義的
參考例句:
  • This is a historic occasion.這是具有重大歷史意義的時刻。
  • We are living in a great historic era.我們正處在一個偉大的歷史時代。
3 magnificent 4AXxD     
adj.壯麗的,宏偉的;華麗的;極好的
參考例句:
  • The museum that we visited is very magnificent.我們參觀的博物館是很宏偉的。
  • That's a magnificent task.這是一項宏偉的任務。
4 circular MnHy4     
adj.圓(形)的,環形的;循環的;n.傳單,通報
參考例句:
  • The bright boy altered it to a circular form.這個聰明的男孩把它改成了圓形。
  • The lamp stands on a circular base.這盞臺燈是裝在圓形底座上的。
5 calligraphy BsRzP     
n.書法
參考例句:
  • At the calligraphy competition,people asked him to write a few characters.書法比賽會上,人們請他留字。
  • His calligraphy is vigorous and forceful.他的書法蒼勁有力。
6 superb ZsfwQ     
adj.高貴的,壯麗的,極好的
參考例句:
  • The large bay has a superb backdrop of mountains.大海灣背靠著莊嚴的山脈。
  • The hotel has a large dining room serving superb local cuisine.飯店有一個大餐廳供應上好的當地菜肴。
7 fascinated YtKzID     
a.被強烈地吸引住,感到著迷的
參考例句:
  • China has always fascinated me. 中國一直令我心馳神往。
  • The children watched, fascinated, as the picture began to appear. 電影開始以后孩子們入迷地觀看著。
8 reflections afab87d0218285562ebba113d00024c9     
反映( reflection的名詞復數 ); (關于某課題的)思考; (聲、光、熱等的)反射; 映像
參考例句:
  • Her eyebrows had the aspect of hills in spring, and her eyes -- reflections of an autumn stream. 眉似青山,眼如秋水
  • Since there are four reflections, the exiting image will be right-handed. 因為共有四次反射,出射的像將是右手座標系。
9 Scotland CjtzPw     
n.蘇格蘭
參考例句:
  • He has been hiking round Scotland for a month.他圍著蘇格蘭徒步旅行了一個月。
  • Scotland is to the north of England.蘇格蘭在英格蘭之北。
10 highlight 3d0xR     
n.加亮區;v.加亮,強調;[計算機]醒目
參考例句:
  • Her performance was the highlight of the show.她的表演是那場演出中最精彩的部分。
  • The highlight of this term is the school trip to Austria.這學期最重要的活動就是去奧地利的校外旅行。
11 adjectives 3e63e25a20ab7d8ada2ada3ea2ad0366     
n.形容詞( adjective的名詞復數 )
參考例句:
  • We can form nouns from adjectives. 我們可以用形容詞來構成名詞。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
  • Attributive adjectives precede the noun. 定語形容詞位于名詞前。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
12 input X6lxm     
n.輸入(物);投入;vt.把(數據等)輸入計算機
參考例句:
  • I will forever be grateful for his considerable input.我將永遠感激他的大量投入。
  • All this information had to be input onto the computer.所有這些信息都必須輸入計算機。
13 warriors 3116036b00d464eee673b3a18dfe1155     
武士,勇士,戰士( warrior的名詞復數 )
參考例句:
  • I like reading the stories ofancient warriors. 我喜歡讀有關古代武士的故事。
  • The warriors speared the man to death. 武士們把那個男子戳死了。
14 pottery OPFxi     
n.陶器,陶器場
參考例句:
  • My sister likes to learn art pottery in her spare time.我妹妹喜歡在空余時間學習陶藝。
  • The pottery was left to bake in the hot sun.陶器放在外面讓炎熱的太陽烘曬焙干。
15 county kO0zE     
n.縣,郡
參考例句:
  • When the good news reached there,the whole county rejoiced.喜訊傳到那里時,全縣的人都歡欣鼓舞起來。
  • In that year county after county fell to the enemy.那一年一個又一個的縣城淪入敵人手中。
16 pillar Nuly2     
n.柱子,柱狀物;有力的支持者;棟梁
參考例句:
  • He was a pillar of the club for over thirty years.30多年來他一直是這個俱樂部的頂梁柱。
  • I fell asleep against a pillar.我靠在一根柱子上睡著了。
17 monastery 2EOxe     
n.修道院,僧院,寺院
參考例句:
  • They found an icon in the monastery.他們在修道院中發現了一個圣像。
  • She was appointed the superior of the monastery two years ago.兩年前她被任命為這個修道院的院長。
18 overnight uKmxv     
ad.前一天晚上,一夜間 a.前一天晚上的
參考例句:
  • She stayed overnight in the hotel. 她在旅館過了一夜。
  • Our success is not won overnight. 我們的成功不是一夜之間得來的。
19 antique cNCzc     
adj.古時的,古代的;n.古物,古器,古玩
參考例句:
  • The Sunday antique market is a happy hunting ground for collectors.周日的古董市場是收藏家的淘物樂園。
  • I saw the vase in the window of an antique shop.我在一家古玩店的櫥窗里看見了這個花瓶。
20 antiques 9ce870d6afe5197dfabec02850f48aa0     
n.古玩,古董,古物( antique的名詞復數 )
參考例句:
  • The room was furnished with antiques. 房間里擺放了古董。
  • a priceless collection of antiques 價值連城的古文物收藏
21 harbor tlVyP     
n.海港,港口;vt.庇護,藏匿;心懷(怨恨等)
參考例句:
  • The harbor lies to the south of the city.港口在城市的南邊。
  • At that time,our ship was tied up at this harbor.當時我們的船停靠在這個港口。
22 plaza v2yzD     
n.廣場,市場
參考例句:
  • They designated the new shopping centre York Plaza.他們給這個新購物中心定名為約克購物中心。
  • The plaza is teeming with undercover policemen.這個廣場上布滿了便衣警察。
23 code HWoyc     
n.代碼,代號,密碼;法典,法規,規劃
參考例句:
  • What's the code for Tianjin?天津的代號是多少?
  • Remember to use postal code.勿忘使用郵政編碼。
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