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剑桥国际英语教程学生用书 2级 Unit 5 -Unit 8  

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Unit 5 Going places

Exercise 2 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice
Julia: I'm so excited!We have two weeks off!What are you going to do?
Nancy: I'm not sure. I guess I'll just stay home.Maybe I'll catch up on my reading.What about you?Any plans?
Julia: Well, my parents have rented a condominium in Florida. I'm going to take long walks along the beach every day
        and do lots of swimming.
Nancy: Sounds great!
Julia: Say,why don't you come with us? We have plenty of room.
Nancy: Do you mean it? I'd love to!

Exercise 3 Grammar focus
Future with be going to and will
Use be going to+verb to talk about plans you've decided on.
Use will+verb with maybe.
probably,I guess,
or I think to talk about possible plans before you've made a decision.
Where are you going to go?I'm going to go to the beach.
I'm not sure.Maybe I'll catch up on my reading.
I'm not going to take a vacation.I probably won't take a vacation this year
What are you going to do?I'm going to do lots of swimming.
I guess I'll just stay home. I don't know.I think I'll go camping.

Exercise 7 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice.
Lucy: Hey,Mom.I want to backpack around Europe this summer What do you think?
Mom: Backpack around Europe?That sounds dangerous! You shouldn't go by yourself.You ought to go with someone.
Lucy: Yes,I've thought of that.
Mom: And you'd better talk to your father first.
Lucy: I already did. He thinks it's a great idea. He wants to come with me!

Exercise 8 Grammar focus
Modals for necessity and suggestion. Describing necessity
You have to get a passport. You must get a visa for some countries.
You need to take money.
For some countries, you don't have to get any vaccinations
Giving suggestions You'd better talk to your father.
You ought to go with someone. You should take warm clothes.
You shouldn't go by yourself.

Exercise 9 Pronunciation Ought to and have to
Part A Listen and practice.
Notice the pronunciation of ought to
and have to in these sentences.
You ought to take a credit card. You ought to go in June.
You have to get a passport. You have to get a visa.

Unit 6 Sure.No problem!
Exercise 2 Conversation Making requests
Part A Listen and practice.
Mr.Field: Jason... Jason!Turn down the TV a little, please.
Jason: Oh,but this is my favorite program!
Mr.field: I know.But it's very loud. Jason:OK.I'll turn it down.
Mr.Field: That's better.Thanks.
Mrs.Field: Lisa, please pick up your things. They're all over the living room floor.
Lisa: In a minute, Mom.I'm on the phone.
Mrs.Filed: OK.But do it as soon as you hang up.
Lisa: Sure. No problem!
Mrs Field: Goodness! Were we like this when we were kids?
Mr.Field: Definitely!

Exercise 3 Grammar focus
Two-part verbs;will for responding to requests With nouns
Turn down the TV. Turn the TV down. Pick up your things. Pick your things up.
With pronouns
Turn it down Pick them up.
Requests and responses Please turn down the music.
OK.I'll turn it down. Pick up your clothes please.
Sure.I'll pick them up.

Exercise 4 Pronunciation Stress with two-part verbs
Part A Listen and practice.
Both words in a two-part verb receive equal stress.
Please turn down the radio. Pick the magazines up,please.
Turn it down. Pick them up.

Exercise 7 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice.
George: Hi.I'm your new neighbor, George Rivera.I live next door.
Stephanie: Oh,hi.I'm Stephanie Lee.
George: So,you just moved in?Do you need anything?
Stephanie: Not right now.But thanks.
George: Well,let me know if you do. Um,by the way,would you mind turning your stereo down? The walls are really 
             thin,so the sound goes right through to my apartment.
Stephanie: Oh,I'm sorry!I didn't realize that. I'll make sure to keep the volume down. Oh,by the way,is there a good 
                Italian restaurant in the neighborhood?
George: Yeah.There's a great one a couple of blocks from here. Try their lasagna. It's delicious!

Exercise 9 Grammar focus
Request with modals and would you mind...?
Modal+simple form of verb
Can you turn the stereo down? Could you leave the door open,please?
Would you please keep the noise down?
Would you mind... +gerund
Would you mind turning the stereo down?
Would you mind not closing the door, please?
Would you mind keeping the noise down?

Unit 7 What's this for?
Exercise 2 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice.
Daniel: Hey!Nice computer.What's this for?
Andrea: That's a modem. It's used to connect the computer to the phone line, so I can send faxes and access the                       Internet.
Daniel: So you can go on-line and all that?
Andrea: Yes. And I use the World Wide Web for finding information on astronomy, movies, UFOs-just about anything.
Daniel: Sports?Cars?
Andrea: Uh-huh.And I can exchange information with people,too. I belong to a "chat group"on astronomy.
Daniel: Hmm.I just use my computer to write letters and reports.
Andrea: Why don't you get on the Internet?It's not really expensive.
Danie: Maybe I will. It sounds like fun.

Exercise 3 Grammar focus Infinitives and gerunds
Infinitives and gerunds can describe a use or a purpose. Infinitive
A modem is used to connect computers to phones.
Computers are often used to write letters.
I can use the World Wide Web to find information.
Gerunds
It's used for connecting computers to phones.
They're often used for writing letters.
I can use it for finding information.

Exercise 4 Pronunciation Syllable stress
Part A Where is the stress in these words and compound nouns?
Mark the stressed syllable.Then listen and check.
television programs telephone calls travel reservations weather report
fingerprinting photocopy fax machine Internet

Exercise 7 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice.
Jennifer: I read the instructions, but I'm still not sure how to use my cellular phone.
Richard: Actually, it's pretty easy. First of all,don't forget to turn it on
Jennifer: Got it!
Richard: Then dial the number.And remember to press the "send" button.
Jennifer: That's all?
Richard: Pretty much. Just make sure to recharge the batteries every few weeks. And try not to drop it. It's fragile.
Jennifer: Good advice.
Richard: And one more thing:Be sure to pay the phone bill every month!

Exercise 8 Grammar focus Infinitive complements
Don't forget to turn it on. Remember to press the "send" button.
Make sure to recharge the batteries.
Try not to drop it. Be sure to pay the phone bill every month.

Unit 8 Let's celebrate!
Exercise 3 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice.
Leo: Did you know next week is Halloween?It's on October 31.
Natasha: So what do you do on Halloween? We don't have that holiday in Russia.
Leo: Well,it's a day when kids dress up in masks and costumes. They knock on people's doors and ask for candy
        by saying the words "Trick or treat!"
Natasha: Hmm.Sounds interesting.
Leo: But it's not just for kids.Lots of people have costume parties. Hey...my friend Pete is having a party. Would you 
       like to go?
Natasha: Sure. I'd love to.

Exercise 4 Grammar focus Relative clauses of time
Halloween is a day when kids in the United States
dress up in masks and costumes.
November 2 is the day when Mexicans observe the Day of the Dead.
Fall is the season when people in the United States and Canada
celebrate Thanksgiving.

Exercise 8 Conversation
Part A Listen and practice.
Jill: You look beautiful in that kimono,Mari. Is this your wedding photo?
Mari: Yes,it is.
Jill: Do most Japanese women wear kimonos when they get married?
Mari: Yes,many of them do. Then after the wedding ceremony, the brides usually change into a Western bridal 
       dress during the reception
Jill: Oh,I didn't know that.

Exercise 9 Pronunciation Stress and rhythm
Part A Listen and practice.
The words with the most important information in a
sentence are usually stressed.
When women get married in Japan, they usually wear kimonos .
After the wedding ceremony,they change into Western clothes.
Part B Pair work Mark the stress in these sentences.
Listen and check. Then practice the sentences.
Halloween is a day when children go "trick-or-treating."
On Thanksgiving Day, Americans eat turkey and cranberry sauce.
When people have birthdays,they usually get presents from friends.
June is a month when many young people like to get married.

Exercise 10 Grammar focus Adverbial clauses of time
Before a Japanese couple gets married, they send wedding announcements.
When they get married,they usually wear kimonos.
After they return from the honeymoon, they move into their own home.







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