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剑桥国际英语教程 学生用书 入门级 Unit 13 - Unit 16  

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 Unit 13 You can't miss it
1 WORD POWER Places and things
A. Where can you buy these things? 
     Match the items with the places.

     Then listen and practice.
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CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Don: Excuse me. Can you help me? Is there a public rest room around here?
Woman: A public rest room? Hmm. I'm sorry. I don't think so.
Don: Oh, no. My son needs a bathroom.
Woman: Well, there's a department store on Main Street.
Don: Where on Main Street?
Woman: It's on the corner of Main and First Avenue.
Don: On the corner of Main and First?
Woman: Yes. It's across from the park. You can't miss it. 
Don: Thanks a lot!
 

4 PRONUNCIATION Checking information Listen and practice.
To check information, repeat the information as a question. Use rising intonation.
1. A: The department store is on the corner of Main and First Avenue.
    B: On the corner of Main and First? A: Yes. It's across from the park.
2. A: There's a coffee shop next to the shoe store.
    B: Next to the shoe store? A: Yes. You can't miss it.
 

5 GRAMMAR FOCUS Prepositions of place
on, on the corner of ,across from, next to ,between
There's a department store on Main Street. It's on the corner of Main and First.
Its across from the park.
It's next to the bank. The bank is on Main Street,between First and Second Avenues.
 

8 CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Tourist: Excuse me, ma'am.
Can you help me? How do I get to St. Patrick's Cathedral?
Woman: Just walk up Fifth Avenue to 50th Street. St. Patrick's is on the right.
Tourist: Is it near Rockefeller Center?
Woman: It's right across from Rockefeller Center.
Tourist: Thank you. And where is the Empire State Building? Is it far from here?
Woman: It's right behind you. Just turn around and look up!
 

9 GRAMMAR FOCUS Giving directions
How do I get Rockefeller Center? 
Walk up / Go up Fifth Avenue to 49th Street.

Turn left at 49th Street. It's on the right.
 

How do I get to Bryant Park?
Walk down /Go down Fifth Avenue for eight blocks.
Turn right at 42nd Street. It's on the left.
 

READING A walk up FIFTH Avenue
1.Start your tour at the Empire State Building on Fifth Avenue between
3.3rd and 34th Streets. This building has 102 floors.
   Take the elevator to the 102nd floor for a great view of New York City.
 

2.Now walk up Fifth Avenue seven blocks to New York Public Library.
   The entrance is between 40th and 42nd Streets.
   This library holds over 10 million books. Behind the library is Bryant Park.
   In the summer, there's an outdoor cafe,and at lunch hour,there are free music concerts.
 

3.Walk up Sixth Avenue to 49th Street.
   You're standing in the middle of the 19 buildings of Rockefeller Center.
   Turn right on 49th Street, walk another block, and turn left.
   You're in Rockefeller Plaza.
   In the winter, you can ice-skate in the rink there.
 

4.Right across from Rockefeller Center on Fith Avenue is St. Partrick's Cathedral.
   It's modeled after the cathedral in Cologne, Germany.
   Go inside St. Patrick's and leave the noisy city behind.
   Look at the beautiful blue windows. Many of these windows come from France.

Unit 14  Did you have a good weekend?
CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Michael: Did you have a good weekend?
Jennifer: Yes, I did. But I feel a little tired today. 
Michael: Really? Why?

Jennifer: Well, on Saturday, I exercised in the morning.Then my roommate and I cleaned and                 shopped. And then I visited my parents.
Michael: So what did you do on Sunday? 
Jennifer: I studied for the test all day.

Michael: Oh, no! Do we have a test today?
I didn't study! I just watched TV all weekend!
 

3 GRAMMAR FOCUS Simple past statements :regular verbs
I studied on Sunday. 
I din't study on Saturday.

You watched TV all weekend. 
You didn't watch TV during the week.

She stayed home on Sunday. 
She didn't stay home on Saturday.

We visited my parents. 
We didn't visit any friends.

You shopped for groceries. 
You didn't shop for clothes.

They exercised on Saturday. 
They didn't exercise on Sunday.

didn't = did not
Speling watch 彙atched
                               watched
exercise ?exercised study 彙tudied stay 彙tayed shop 彙hopped
                                                                                             shopped


4 PRONUNCIATION Regular simple past verbs
A Listen and practice. Notice the pronunciation of simple past endings.
B Listen and write these verbs under the corect sounds.
   asked 
   called
   cooked 
   exercised
   listened 
   needed
   rented
   shopped
   studied
   waited
   walked 
   wanted
 

6 WORK POWER Irregular simple past verbs
A Listen and practice. Notice the irregular simple past forms.
I slept late on Saturday.I got up at ten,read the newspaper, and ate breakfast.

We saw a movie. We bought popcorn, drank some soda, and had a lot of fun!

I met a friend at the park and went jogging. Then I came home and felt really tired.
 

CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Laura: So, did you go out with Sam?
Erica: Yes, I did. We went out on Saturday night.
We saw the new Leonardo DiCaprio movie.
Laura:Did you like it? 
Erica: I liked it a lot, but Sam didn't.

Laura: Oh, well. Did you do anything else?
Erica: Yeah. We went to a dance club. 
Laura: Did you have fun?

Erica: Yes, we did. We had a great time. And we Ye going to go out again next weekend

GRAMMAR FOCUS Simpie past yes/no questions
Did you go out this weekend? Yes, I did. I went to the movies.
Did you hove a good time? No, I didn't. I had a terrible time.
 

11 READING The Changing Weekend
Then
Once upon a time, people spent lots of time at home on weekends.
Then, new inventions changed the weekend.
People used electric streetcars to travel in cities.
On weekends, they rode the streetcars to amusement parks.
Young people liked roller coasters and the Ferris wheel.
The first movies lasted only one minute Soon, however, movies got longer.
By the 1920s, movie theaters sold millions of tickets each week?
In 1927, movies finally had sound. Sometimes, people stayed home instead,
and listened to another new invention the radio.People in cities worked indoors during the week,so they wanted to be outdoors on weekends. Bicycling became a popular activity.

Now With more time, money, and inventions, people have many more choicesThey can visit huge "theme parks" like Disney World and ride modern roller coasters that go higher and faster than ever before.They can choose from lots of different movies at a multiplex(a building with many movie theaters) or watch a video at home.Many people jog, bicycle, work out at the gym, or play sports.Others turn on their TV and watch sports.

Unit 15 Where were you born?
1 CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Chuck: Where were you born, Melissa? 
Melissa: I was born in Korea.
Chuck: Oh! So you weren't born in the U.S.
Melissa: No. I came here in 1995.
Chuck: Hmm. You were pretty young.
Melissa: Well, I was seventeen.

Chuck: Did you go to college right away? 
Melissa: No.
My English wasn't very good, so I took English classes for two years first.
Chuck: Your English is really fluent now. 
Melissa: Thanks.
Your English is pretty good, too! 
Chuck: Yeah, but I was born here!
 

3 GRAMMAR FOCUS Statements with the past of be
I was born in Korea. I wasn't born in the U.S.

You were pretty young. You weren't very old. 

She was seventeen. She wasn't in college.
We were born the same year. We weren't born in the same country.

They were in Korea in 1994. They weren't in the U.S. in 1994.

wasn't = was not weren't = were not
 

4 GRAMMAR FOCUS Questions with the past of be
When were you born? 
I was born in 1978.

Were you born in the U.S.? 
No,I wasn't.

Where were you born? 
I was born in Korea. 
Was your brother born in Korea? 
Yes,he was.

What city was he born in? 
He was born in Inchon.

Were your parents born in lnchon? 
No, they weren't.

Where were they born? 
They were born in Seoul.

Years 1906(nineteen oh six)      1917 (nineteen seventeen)
1999 (nineteen ninety-nine)      2000 (two thousand)
 

5 PRONUNCIATION Negative contractions A Listen and practice.
one syllable     aren't /weren't / don't
two syllables    isn't  / wasn't / doesn't / didn't
B Listen and practice.
She didn't call because there wasn't time.
They aren't there,but she doesn't know.
They don't go out often,but they aren't home today.
She isn't going to wait because she doesn't have time.
They weren't home yesterday,either.
 

6 CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Melissa:Where did you grow up, Chuck?
Chuck:I grew up in Texas. I was born there, too.
Melissa:And when did you come to Los Angeles?
Chuck:In 1985. I went to college here 
Melissa:Oh. What was your major?
Chuck:Drama. I was an actor for five years after college.
Melissa:That's interesting. So why did you become a hairstylist?
Chuck:Because I needed the money. And I love it. Look. What do you think?
 

7 GRAMMAR FOCUS Wh-questions with did, was, and were
Where did you grow up? I grew up in Texas.
When did you come to L.A.? I come to L.A. in 1985
Why did you become a hairstylist? Because I needed the money.
How old were you in 1985? I was eighteen.
What was your major in college? 
It was drama. How was college? It was great.

READING Three Famous Artists
Hiroshige (1797-1858)
Hiroshige was born in Edo (now Tokyo). As a boy, he studied with a famous artist.
Hiroshige traveled to many beautiful places in Japan.His woodblock prints are landscapes -mountains, fields,rivers - with small human figures.Hiroshige's prints suggest strong feelings about these places.

Frida Kahlo(1907-1954)
Frida Kahlo was born near Mexico City. At 15, she almost died in a bus accident.For the rest of her life, she was disabled and in pain.Soon after the accident, Kahlo taught herself how to paint.
Kahlo is especially famous for her self-portraits. In these paintings,Kahlo used bright colors and strange symbols to show her feelings.

Alexander Calder (1898-1976)
Alexander Calder was born in Philadelphia. First, he studied engineering.At the age of 25, he went to art school. Calder developed a new kind of sculpture:the mobile. Mobiles hang from the ceiling and move in interesting patterns.In many of Calder's mobiles, wires connect flat, colorful metal shapes.

Unit 16 Please leave us a message
1 CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Answering machine: Hi. This is Jennifer, and this is Nicole.
We can't come to the phone right now. Please leave us a message, and ....
Nicole: Hello? 
Michael: Hi. Nicole? It's Michael. Is Jennifer there?
Nicole: Oh, hi, Michael. She's here, but she's in bed  she's sleeping.Can she call you later?
Michael: Yeah, thanks. Please ask her to call me at my parents' house.
Nicole: Sure. Just give me the number. 
Michael:It's 555-0367.
Nicole: 555-0367. OK. 
Michael: Thanks a lot, Nicole.
 

2 WORD POWER Places A Listen and practice.

Jennifer can't come to the phone right now...
She's in the shower. She's in the yard. She's in bed.

Jennifer isn't here right now ...
She's at the beach. 
She's at her parents' house. 
She's at the library.
She's at the mall. 
She's at school. 
She's at home. 
She's at work.

She's in the hospital. 
She's in South America 
She's in class.
She's on vacation. 
She's on a trip.
4 GRAMMAR FOCUS Object pronouns
Just give me the number. 
I don't have it.
Can she call you later? 
Give her a call later.
Can I give him a message? 
Please leave us a message.
Please call them at work. 
Please ask her to call me.
 

5 Subject Object pronouns pronouns
I —> me you —> you      he —> him      she —> her
it - > It we —> us           you —> you     they —> them
 

6 CONVERSATION Listen and practice.
Michael: Hello? Jennifer: Hi, Michael. It's Jennifer. I got your message.
Michael: Hi. Thanks for calling me back. 
Jennifer: So, what's up?
Michael: Uh, well, do you want to have dinner with me tomorrow night?
Jennifer: Tomorrow night? I'm really sorry, but I can't.
I have to stay home and study.
Michael: Oh, that's too bad. How about Friday night?
Jennifer: Uh...sure. I'd love to. What time do you want to meet?
Michael: How about around seven o'clock? 
Jennifer: Terrific!
 

7 PRONUNCIATION Want to and have to Listen and practice.
Notice the pronunciation of want to and have to.
/wan㥮/ /h㘚ft㥮/ want to have to
A: Do you want to see a movie with me tomorrow night?
B: I'm sorry, I can't. I have to stay home and study.
A: Do you want to go out on Friday night?
B: Sure. I really want to see the new James Bond movie.
 

8 GRAMMAR FOCUS Verb + to + verb; would 
Accepting an invitation
Do you want to see a movie with me tomorrow?
Yes, I'd love to (see a movie with you tomorrow).
Refusing an invitatio and making an excuse
Do you want to have dinner with me on Friday night?
I'm sorry,but I can't. I have to study. Sorry,I need to stay home with my brother.
Gee,I'd like to,but I want to go to bed early. I'd = I would
 

11 READING Free Activities This Weekend
Craft Fair in Front of City Hall Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Need to buy a present? Find pottery, jewelry, paintings, sculpture, and more!
Food from around the world, too!
City Museum Travel Movies Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 P.M.
Do you want to travel, but don't have enough money?
See movies on Japan, Indonesia, Brazil,

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