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高中英語牛津版高一上學期CHAPTER SIX

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[00:01.78]Food for Thought
[00:02.61]Debbie and Simon are in a restaurant.
[00:04.02]It is a holiday,so they have plenty of time for lunch.
[00:05.88]'Well,we don't need to hurry with lunch today Simon,
[00:07.97]so I think I'll have a mixed grill1 steak,pork chops,chicken and sausages.
[00:11.42]Sound good to you?'
[00:12.49]'Sounds horrible to me.
[00:13.84]I'm having a salad.No more bits of dead animals for me.
[00:16.25]From now on,only vegetables,fruit, cereal,beans and nuts,
[00:19.54]and occasionally milk, cheese,eggs and bean curd2.I've become a vegetarian3.'
[00:23.54]'Since when?''Since the weekend.I saw a TV programme that really made me think.
[00:26.98]'Another one?You're always influenced by these programmes,Simon.
[00:29.44]Last month,it was one about religion,
[00:30.93]and you thought about becoming a nun4.''A monk5.''All right,a monk.
[00:32.84]The month before,it was space and you thought you'd ...'
[00:35.13]'This is different, Debbie.
[00:36.39]Do you know there'd be no more famines if we used land
[00:38.84]to grow food for people instead of cattle?
[00:40.62]And do you know that a lot of the animals we need for food
[00:43.05]have to spend their whole lives crowded together
[00:45.06]in tiny spaces until they're killed?
[00:47.02]What's more, animals kept in these conditions can easily catch disease,
[00:49.97]so they have to be given drugs.
[00:51.41]These drugs may still be in their flesh when we eat it,
[00:53.42]and may be dangerous to our health.'
[00:54.99]'Ah!Here's my mixed grill.Yes,Simon, carry on.'
[00:57.13]'There's another reason for becoming a vegetarian-a religious one.
[00:59.17]Some people believe that we have a soul which,after we die,can return to...'
[01:02.09]'Simon,if you're trying to put me off my lunch,you won't succeed.
[01:04.86]There are experts who think that we need to eat meat
[01:06.72]because it contains vitamins and minerals not found in vegetables.
[01:09.28]And vegetables can also be dangerous to eat,you know.
[01:11.60]Lots of people are made very ill by the pesticides6 on them.Some even...'
[01:14.08]'All right,Debbie. We can argue again later.Let's change the subject.
[01:16.93]Do you know where I can buy some...?'
[01:18.21]LISTENING page 98
[01:19.41]Completing an order form.
[01:20.56]Listen to these conversation.
[01:21.66]A woman and then a man order some food from the Cornershop cafe.
[01:24.01]Record the information on you phone.
[01:25.26]The first item is done for you.
[01:26.54]A:Hello!Cornershop cafe.May I help you?
[01:28.48]B:I'd like to order some food and drinks for you to deliver to our office.
[01:30.59]Are you ready?
[01:31.45]A:Yes,go ahead!
[01:32.87]B:I'd like a pizza, please.
[01:34.43]A:What sort of pizza would you like?
[01:35.76]B:A vegetarian pizza.
[01:36.89]A:Right.
[01:37.67]B:And salad,just green salad.
[01:39.42]A:One green salad.
[01:40.62]B:And one orange.
[01:41.75]A:That's an orange,not an orange juice?
[01:43.63]B:Right.
[01:44.59]A:Anything else?
[01:45.61]B:Yes,I'll have a mineral water, please.
[01:47.44]A:One mineral water.Anything else?
[01:49.51]B:Er...I think my colleague may want to order something.
[01:51.57]Just a moment please Jeffery,do you want to order some food from the Cornershop?
[01:54.47]C:Yes,hold on.I'm coming.
[01:56.09]B:Yes.He wants to order something,here,I'll pass you over to him.
[01:58.62]C:Hello!
[01:59.69]A:Er...yes,sir.What would you like?
[02:01.16]C:I'm hungry,I'll have a Cheeseburger,Chips.
[02:03.45]A:A cheeseburger, chips?
[02:05.07]C:Yes,I'm just looking at your menu.What's a meat lover's pizza?
[02:07.48]A:That has sausage,ham,bacon,beef,pork and pepper ronny on it.
[02:10.98]C:It sounds great,I'll have one of those.
[02:10.98]A:One meat lover's pizza.Anything to drink,sir?
[02:13.20]C:Yes,two Pepsis,please.Just a moment.
[02:15.16]A:What?Oh,I see.
[02:16.41]C:Er...Someone's given me a note,we want another cheeseburger.
[02:18.81]A Tuna Salad and a fruit salad.
[02:20.85]A:So now is two cheeseburgers,a Tuna salad,and what was the last thing,sir? [02:24.20]C:A fruit salad, oh,and one Iced Tea.
[02:26.16]A:One Iced Tea, anything else?
[02:27.96]C:No,I think that's all,thanks!
[02:29.16]A:It's 11:30 now,when would you like it,sir?
[02:30.91]C:At 12:30,please.
[02:32.14]A:12:30.And may I have the name and the address,please?
[02:34.46]C:Yes,I'm Adam Tucker.
[02:36.11]A:Mr Tucker,it's that T-U-C-K-E-R.
[02:39.63]C:Yes,that's right. Our company's name is Brittas.
[02:41.72]That's B-R-I-T-T-A-S,and we're in Room 1512 Devon building,that's D-E-V-O-N.
[02:49.14]A:Room 1512,Devon building.
[02:51.49]Right,we'll have your order there at 12:30.
[02:53.40]Thank you very much,sir.
[02:54.45]C:Thanks!We'll look forward to it. Good-bye[02:55.93]A:Good-bye!
[02:56.67]SPEAKING  page 103
[02:57.97]A TALK TIME
[02:59.04]Expressing feelings;responding to happenings
[03:00.92]Exercise A1
[03:02.02]SIMON:Hi,Lily, nice day.
[03:03.46]LILY:Lovely!
[03:04.42]SIMON:What are you looking so happy about?
[03:05.81]LILY:I'm starting to put on weight again.
[03:04.81]SIMON:That's terrific7!You were looking very thin.
[03:06.85]LILY:But I'm not eating more food,you know.
[03:08.39]SIMON:You're kidding!
[03:09.28]LILY:It's true.
[03:10.22]SIMON:Tell me more.
[03:11.18]LILY:Sorry,Simon.Some other time.Got a train to catch.See you.
[03:13.64]MORE LANGUAGE INPUT(6) Reading page 106
[03:15.81]Neither too little,nor too much.
[03:16.96]Many people believe that sugar is bad for your health;
[03:18.39]others say that sugar is the best source of energy.
[03:19.88]We also hear similar conflicting arguments
[03:21.37]about meat between vegetarians8 and meat-eaters.
[03:22.83]Who is right and what is your opinion?
[03:24.09]Are you easily influenced by one piece of advice today
[03:25.58]and then by another one tomorrow?
[03:26.73]Obviously,you might think that going to extremes is not the right way,
[03:28.82]for the importance of having a variety of food in one's diet is quite clear today.
[03:30.75]Scientists have again and again warned us
[03:32.19] that a lack of certain kinds of food is dangerous,
[03:31.19]especially for children,
[03:32.23]because without a balanced diet their bodies cannot grow properly.
[03:33.72]Scientists have also told us that having too much of anything,
[03:35.47]including one's favorite food, is equally dangerous.
[03:37.09]They say,for example,
[03:38.50]children who eat lots of cheeseburgers and milk shakes
[03:39.96]will increase the risk of heart attack.
[03:41.11]Therefore,it seems that perhaps the most intelligent thing for us to do
[03:43.04]is not to eat first but to read first.
[03:44.35]Scientist information about the body's needs for fats and proteins,
[03:46.39]for minerals and vitamins,
[03:47.54]can help us decide on the right choice and the right amount.
[03:49.11]And it can also help us tell facts from misleading opinions.
[03:50.78]LISTENING page 107
[03:52.29]Exercise B1
[03:53.36]Listen to the nutritional9 values of these foods.
[03:54.72]One cup or glass of Whole milk has 165 calories.
[03:56.84]One cup or glass of Skimmed or powdered milk has 90 calories.
[03:58.88]One large fried egg has 100 calories.
[04:00.39]One fried chicken leg or thigh10 has 245 calories.
[04:02.56]Four ounces or five fried fish fingers have 200 calories.
[04:04.60]A 3-inch diameter hamburger has 501 calories.
[04:06.66]A half cup flower buds11 of cauliflower has 15 calories.
[04:08.44]One 6 in long banana has 85 calories.
[04:10.19]One medium sides raw apple has 70 calories.
[04:11.81]A 3/4 cup of cooked white rice has 150 calories.
[04:13.90]A three quarter cup of noodles has 150 calories.
[04:15.72]20 roasted peanuts have 105 calories.
[04:17.50]Exercise B2
[04:18.55]Listen to some statements.Supply the missing words.
[04:20.61]1.Tables are often easier to understand than sentences or paragraphs.
[04:23.25]2.In the above table of nutritional values of some foods,
[04:25.18]'x' stands for present
[04:26.38]'xx' stands for rich,
[04:27.56]'xxx' stands for very rich,
[04:29.02]'-' stands for just a trace and 'o' for none.

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1 grill wQ8zb     
n.烤架,鐵格子,烤肉;v.燒,烤,嚴加盤問
參考例句:
  • Put it under the grill for a minute to brown the top.放在烤架下烤一分鐘把上面烤成金黃色。
  • I'll grill you some mutton.我來給你烤一些羊肉吃。
2 curd oYmzN     
n.凝乳;凝乳狀物
參考例句:
  • I'd like to add some pepper to the bean curd.我想在豆腐里加一點辣椒粉。
  • The next one is bean curd with crab roe.下一個是蟹黃豆腐。
3 vegetarian 7KGzY     
n.素食者;adj.素食的
參考例句:
  • She got used gradually to the vegetarian diet.她逐漸習慣吃素食。
  • I didn't realize you were a vegetarian.我不知道你是個素食者。
4 nun THhxK     
n.修女,尼姑
參考例句:
  • I can't believe that the famous singer has become a nun.我無法相信那個著名的歌星已做了修女。
  • She shaved her head and became a nun.她削發為尼。
5 monk 5EDx8     
n.和尚,僧侶,修道士
參考例句:
  • The man was a monk from Emei Mountain.那人是峨眉山下來的和尚。
  • Buddhist monk sat with folded palms.和尚合掌打坐。
6 pesticides abb0488ed6905584ea91347395a890e8     
n.殺蟲劑( pesticide的名詞復數 );除害藥物
參考例句:
  • vegetables grown without the use of pesticides 未用殺蟲劑種植的蔬菜
  • There is a lot of concern over the amount of herbicides and pesticides used in farming. 人們對農業上滅草劑和殺蟲劑的用量非常擔憂。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
7 terrific 9pwwG     
adj.可怕的,極好的,非常的
參考例句:
  • The game was terrific.那場比賽棒極了。
  • Darren drove at a terrific speed.達倫以驚人的速度駕車。
8 vegetarians 92ca2254bb61eaa208608083177e4ed9     
n.吃素的人( vegetarian的名詞復數 );素食者;素食主義者;食草動物
參考例句:
  • Vegetarians are no longer dismissed as cranks. 素食者不再被視為有怪癖的人。
  • Vegetarians believe that eating meat is bad karma. 素食者認為吃肉食是造惡業。
9 nutritional 4HRxN     
adj.營養的,滋養的
參考例句:
  • A diet lacking in nutritional value will not keep a person healthy.缺乏營養價值的飲食不能維持人的健康。
  • The labels on food products give a lot of information about their nutritional content.食品上的標簽提供很多關于營養成分的信息。
10 thigh RItzO     
n.大腿;股骨
參考例句:
  • He is suffering from a strained thigh muscle.他的大腿肌肉拉傷了,疼得很。
  • The thigh bone is connected to the hip bone.股骨連著髖骨。
11 buds af72d0de2dddfb4371bde9057112ba09     
芽( bud的名詞復數 ); 苞; 半開的花; 未長大的葉
參考例句:
  • the first buds appearing in spring 春天的初芽
  • Willow trees breaking out into buds foretell the coming of spring. 柳枝綻青報春來。
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