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Passage I I Hate Flying Passage II I’ve Been Treated Like a Friend in Need Unit Three

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Related Information Intensive Study Practice Passage I I Hate Flying

Related Information: 

Related Information Make Reservations for Flights Many people call the reservations office for booking flights. The clerks at the reservations desk are called reservations agents. Their job is to make or confirm reservations. Passengers who have made a reservation for a flight go to the booking office to collect tickets, or the tickets booked can be delivered to them.

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Related Information Check-in Procedure Usually you need to arrive at the airport check-in counter (登机手续台), and you need to show your ticket and travel documents like your passport. You have your luggage checked in ( 行李托运 ) there and you’re given a boarding pass (登机牌). This boarding pass shows that you have completed the check-in procedure and can board your plane. Now you go through the security check ( 安全检查 ), where your hand-on luggage is searched. In the departure lounge (候机室) you sit and wait until your flight is called to depart.

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Related Information Flight Attendant A large number of flight attendants are women. Also called airhostesses (空姐) or stewardesses (乘务员), they provide service to passengers.

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Text Difficult Sentences Important Words

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Text I Hate Flying Para.1 I knew it was going to be a bad day when, on the way to the airport, the taxi driver told me he was lost. Para. 2 I had booked my flight over the telephone, so when we finally arrived, I had to rush to the reservations desk to pay for my ticket. The woman at the desk told me that my name was not on the passenger list. It took fifteen minutes for her to realize that she had spelled my name incorrectly. She gave me my ticket and told me I’d better check in my luggage quickly or I’d miss my flight. 1 2

I Hate Flying: 

I Hate Flying Para.3 I was the last person to get on the plane. Para.4 I found my seat and discovered that I was sitting next to a four-year-old boy who had a cold. I sat down and wondered if anything else could go wrong. 3

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I Hate Flying Para.5 I hate flying, especially take-off, but the plane took off and everything seemed to be all right. Then, a few minutes later, there was a funny noise and everything started to shake. I looked out of the window and ----oh my God --- there was smoke coming out of the wing. All I could think was “The engine is on fire. We’re going to crash.” 4

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I Hate Flying Para.6 Almost immediately, the captain spoke to us in a very calm voice, “Ladies and gentlemen. This is your captain speaking. We are having a slight technical problem with one of our engines. There is absolutely no need to panic. We will have to return to the airport. Please remain seated and keep your seat belts fastened.” 5 6

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I Hate Flying Para.7 Well, you can imagine how frightened I was, but the crew were fantastic. The flight attendants were really calm and told us everything would be all right. Para.8 A few minutes later, we were coming in to land. The pilot made a perfect landing on the runway. It was over. We were safe.

I Hate Flying: 

I Hate Flying Para.9 That day, I decided not to fly again. I caught another taxi and went home. But as I closed the front door, I looked down at my suitcase. Somehow I had picked up the wrong one.

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Difficult Sentences It took fifteen minutes for her to realize that she had spelled my name incorrectly. “it took her fifteen minutes to realize that ...” It是形式主语。真正主语是不定式 “to realize” “for her ” 是动词“realize”的逻辑主语 that 引导的宾语从句 Translation:花了15分钟她才搞清楚是把我的名字搞错了。 Example: It took several hours for me to under- stand that I was wrong.

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Difficult Sentences (Para. 2) She gave me my ticket and told me I’d better check in my luggage quickly, or I’d miss my flight. “I’d better check ... my flight”是动词“told” 的宾语从句。 “Or” 连词相当于 “if not,otherwise ”表示建议或推测. Translation: 她把票给了我,说最好快点办理托运行李,否则就会误了班机。 Example: He looked at me and told me I’d better apologize to Jane, or she would be very angry.

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Difficult Sentences 3. (Para. 4) I found my seat and discovered that I was sitting next to a four-year-old boy who had a cold. restrictive relative clause modifying boy Translation: 她把票给了我,说最好快点办理托运行李,否则就会误了班机。 Example: He looked at me and told me I’d better apologize to Jane, or she would be very angry.

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Difficult Sentences (Para. 5) I looked out of the window and “oh my God” there was smoke coming out of the wing. present participle clause modifying smoke. This clause can also be rewritten as “smoke that was coming out of the wing” Translation: 她把票给了我,说最好快点办理托运行李,否则就会误了班机。 Example: He looked at me and told me I’d better apologize to Jane, or she would be very angry.

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Difficult Sentences (Para. 6) We are having a slight technical problem with one of our engines. Preposition “with”, when used with problem, shows where the problem arises. Translation: 发动机出了点技术故障。 Example: They have a financial problem with one of their projects.

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Difficult Sentences (Para. 6) Please remain seated and keep your seat belts fastened. keep takes an object complement, which mean “to continue to be or maintain in an unchanged state”. Translation: 请坐在座位上别动,系好安全带。 Example: Please remain seated and keep the door closed.

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Important Words On his way to the office, he realized he had left the report at home. I usually stop by the supermarket on my way home. 1. on the/one’s way to... when traveling to a place 在去…的路 FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words 2. reservation n. a booking (of a room, seat, etc); a doubt in one’s mind 预订(房间、车票等); 保留(意见等) My travel agent has made all the reservations for my journey. I have some reservations about the truth of his story. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words 3. check in v. to report one’s presence or arrival (as at a hotel, an airport etc.) 办理( 旅馆入住、登机等) 手续 We must check our luggage in immediately. You must check in at the airport an hour before your plane leaves. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words 4. flight n. the act of flying; a trip by plane 飞行;航班 5. next to prep. close beside; almost 贴近, 靠近; 几乎 Flight 586 will arrive on schedule. He will take the 10:15 flight to Boston. I’d like a seat next to the window. He earns next to nothing. FOR EXAMPLE FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words go wrong to make a mistake; to stop working properly 出错; 出故障; 出毛病 The sum isn’t right and I can’t see where I went wrong. Something has gone wrong with the computer. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words 7. take off v. to remove (esp. clothes); (esp. of a plane) to rise into the air 去掉;脱(衣); 起飞 8. seem v. to give the impression of being; to appear to be 似乎; 显得; 好像; 看来 Take off your coat and put it here. When will your plane take off? He seems to be angry after hearing the news. It seems that you are mistaken. Everyone seems to be well prepared. FOR EXAMPLE FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words 9. crash v. to break noisily; fall or strike something noisily and violently 碰撞, 撞击; 坠落, 坠毁 n. a violent vehicle accident (飞机等)撞坏; 坠毁 The plates crashed onto the floor. The two cars crashed into each other on the highway. All passengers died in the air crash. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words absolutely ad. completely 完全地, 绝对 Ant. relatively ad. quite; when compared with others of the same kind 相对地 It is not absolutely impossible to cross the desert by car. This tape recorder is absolutely useless. Relatively speaking, he is very intelligent. FOR EXAMPLE FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words somehow ad. in some way not yet known 以某种方式;不知怎么地 Somehow I lost my way. We have to work it out somehow. FOR EXAMPLE

Practice: 

Practice Read and Think Read and Complete Read and Translate Read and Simulate

Read and Think: 

Read and Think Answer the following questions according to the text. 1. What was the author’s first unhappy experience that day? On his way to the airport, the taxi-driver lost his way. 2. How much time did he stay at the reservations desk? Fifteen minutes.

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Read and Think 3. Why was he still unhappy when he sat in his seat? Because the boy next to him had a cold. 4. Was there anything wrong with the take-off? No, everything was all right with the take-off.

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Read and Think 5. Why was he frightened to see the smoke coming out of the wing? He thought that the plane was going to crash. 6. How did he feel when the captain said there was no need to panic? He was very frightened.

4. Read and Complete: 

4. Read and Complete Fill in the Blanks without referring to the passage. The author was in a hurry to catch a 1 ______ and he took a taxi to the airport. He was worried because the taxi driver 2 ______ his way. After getting to the airport, he rushed to the 3 ____________ desk to pay for his ticket. He was the 4 _____ person to get on the plane. A few minutes after take-off, there was a funny noise and everything started to 5 _______. flight lost reservations last shake

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Read and Complete The author thought the plane was going to 6 ______. He couldn’t feel calm but the crew were 7 ________. The captain said there was no need to 8 ______. He wanted them to remain 9 ______ and keep their seat belts 10 ________. At last, the pilot made a perfect 11 ______ on the runway. Everybody was happy that crash fantastic panic seated fastened landing they were safe.

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Complete the sentences according to the passage. The woman at the reservations desk realized that Read and Complete she had spelled the author’s name incorrectly

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2. She told the author to hurry or ___________________. The author was in great hurry and he _______________at the last minute. Read and Complete got on the plane he’d miss my flight

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Read and Complete 4. The author hate flying, especially _________. 5. When the author looked out of the window, he noticed ___________________________________. take-off there was smoke coming out of the wing

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Read and Complete 6. The cause for the smoke was that 7. When the author got home he found that something went wrong with one of the engines. somehow he had picked up the wrong suitcase.

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Read and Complete Fill in the blanks with the proper words and expressions given below, changing the form if necessary. 1 She __________ to book a seat on the next flight. 2 The doctor told him to __________ for a month before going to work. 3 All the passengers were killed in the plane __________. rushed relax crash panic rush perfect absolutely especially seem check shake slight relax crash

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4 It was only a _______ injury, not at all serious. 5 The children are in _________health. 6 Noise is unpleasant, __________ when you want to sleep. 7 He __________ in yesterday morning, and would stay for three days. slight perfect especially checked Read and Complete

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Read and Complete 8 The house _______to be out of use for a long time. 9 Don’t ________. Everything is going to be all right. 10 Her voice __________ when she is nervous. 11 It is __________ impossible to work with this noise around. seems panic shakes absolutely

Read and Translate: 

Read and Translate Translate the following sentences into English. 我认为你还没认识到教育的重要性。 快点!飞机还有半小时就要起飞了。 the importance of taking off I don’t think you have realized the importance of education. Hurry up. The plane is taking off in half an hour.

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Read and Translate 他很紧张,但还是声音镇定地回答了所有问题。 我得赶火车,火车七点半开。 in a calm voice catch a train I’m going to catch a train. It’s leaving at half past seven. He was very nervous, but he answered all the questions in a calm voice.

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Read and Translate 你开车时系安全带吗? 他们住进了市里最好的宾馆。 Do you fasten the safety belt when driving? They have checked in at the best hotel in the city. fasten check in

Read and Simulate: 

Read and Simulate Pay attention to the italicized parts in the English sentences and translate the Chinese sentences by simulating the structure of the English sentences. I knew it was going to be a bad day when the taxi driver told me he was lost. I knew we were going to have a hard time when I saw the anger on his face. 他一进屋我就知道他要说此事。 面试人问我第一个问题时,我就知道自己会得到这份工作。 I knew he was going to talk about it when he came into the room. I knew I would get the job when the interviewer asked me the first question.

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Read and Simulate 2. It took fifteen minutes for her to realize that she had spelled my name incorrectly. It took one year for him to understand that he had made a wrong decision. 从这里去北京需要九小时。 我花了半小时才找到他的办公室。 It takes nine hours for us to go from here to Beijing. It took half an hour for me to find his office.

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Read and Simulate 3. I’d better check in my luggage quickly or I’d miss my flight. I’d better be careful or I’ll come to a wrong conclusion. 你最好快点,否则上课会迟到的。 你走动最好轻点,否则会弄醒他。 You’d better hurry or you’ll be late for class. You’d better walk quietly or you’ll wake him up.

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Read and Simulate 4. I was the last person to get on the plane. He was the first foreigner to work in our company. 我是最后知道这消息的。 他是第一位研究外层空间的科学家。 I was the last person to know of the news. He was the first scientist to study outer space.

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Read and Simulate 5. I sat down and wondered if anything else could go wrong. She went back to her room and wondered if she had forgotten anything. 我看一下手表,心想她会不会准时到。 他走出房间,心想会不会有人注意到他离开。 I looked at my watch and wondered if she could come on time. He walked out of the room and wondered if anyone had seen him leave.

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Read and Simulate 6. Please remain seated and keep your seat belts fastened. Please remain silent and keep the room locked. 请坐在那里别动,不要打开书。 请别出声,不要开窗。 Please remain seated and keep your books closed. Please remain silent and keep the window shut.

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Read and Simulate 7. I hate flying, especially take-off. I like talking to people, especially travelers from other countries. 我讨厌等侯,尤其是排长队。 我喜欢听音乐,尤其是流行音乐。 I hate waiting, especially in a long line. I like listening to music, especially popular music.

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Read and Simulate 8. You can imagine how frightened I was, but the crew were fantastic. You can imagine how tense I was, but other passengers were calm. 你能想象得出他是多么紧张,可他的朋友都抱有信心。 你能想象得出他是多么兴奋,可他的父母都无所谓 (indifferent)。 You can imagine how nervous he was, but his friends were confident. You can imagine how excited he was, but his parents were indifferent.

Passage II: 

Passage II Related Information Intensive Study Practice

Related Information : 

Related Information Passport It is a small official book that proves the identity of a person and is used especially when traveling to a foreign country. Visa (签证) is an official stamp which is put in a passport by the embassy or consulate of a country one wants to visit, and which allows one to enter or leave that country, or travel through it.

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Related Information 2. Passenger Cabin It is the compartment in a plane for passengers. 3. Shuttle Bus Many airlines have shuttle bus service to carry passengers to and from the airport. This special service usually operates on a schedule between certain points in the city’s hotels, ticket offices and the airport. In this passage the shuttle bus refers to the bus that takes passengers between the terminal building (候机大楼) and the plane.

Intensive Study: 

Text Difficult Sentences Important Words Intensive Study

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I’ve Been Treated Like a Friend in Need Para. 1 I had many travel stories while I was in China and some of them were so heart-warming and unforgettable. Para. 2 One travel experience where the openness and curiosity of the Chinese people helped to bridge our language and cultural differences was on a boat ride from Shanghai to Qingdao. 1 Text

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As I walked around the deck, I’ve frequently stop and write in my journal. Being the only non-Asian person on the boat, this drew quite a few curious looks, and finally a small group of people gathered around me and watched me write as if I were a sidewalk artist drawing portraits of passersby. I could tell they were enjoying watching me, so after I paused and smiled at them, I went on with my writing, mainly for their entertainment. 2 Text I’ve Been Treated Like a Friend in Need

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But soon I stopped, and using my tiny amount of Chinese and their tiny amount of English, we introduced ourselves and told where we were from and where we were going. They took pictures of me with their friends and families, and I took pictures of them in return. When we arrived in Qingdao, I parted with my deck friends on the best terms and with a bit of advice about what to see and do in Qingdao. 3 4 Text I’ve Been Treated Like a Friend in Need

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I’ve Been Treated Like a Friend in Need Para.3 On another trip, after boarding a plane from Xiamen to Beijing, I discovered I’ve lost my passport. Without it, I was stuck between two cities, neither of which was my home base. I tried to hide my panic, but I could see that the flight staff and the other passengers on the plane could tell. And maybe that was for the best because, to my amazement, they held up the flight and radioed the airport staff, who searched the airport while the flight staff searched the runway and the shuttle bus. 5 Text

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I’ve Been Treated Like a Friend in Need Meanwhile, many of the passengers had begun searching the cabin. I didn’t hear a single complaining voice; everyone was willing to help. Finally a police officer entered the plane and began to collect information from me. I was about to despair of finding my passport when suddenly a woman waved the small blue book in the air--she’d found it! The whole plane burst into smiles and applause. I was very relieved and grateful for the kindness I’ve experienced from so many people who’ve treated me like a friend in need and not just as a foreigner. 6 7 Text

Difficult Sentences: 

Difficult Sentences 1. (Para.2) One travel experience where the openness and curiosity of the Chinese people helped to bridge our language and cultural differences was on a boat ride from Shanghai to Qingdao. Analysis: Where introduces a restrictive relative clause modifying experience. Bridge in the relative clause is used as a verb. Bridge our...differences means shortening our difference or making us closer. Translation: 有一次,在从上海开往青岛的船上,中国人表现出来的坦率和好奇拉近了我们在语言与文化方面的距离。 Example: One experience where I learned a lot about life was in a small village in the south.

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Difficult Sentences 2. (Para. 2) Being the only non-Asian person on the boat, this drew quite a few curious looks, and finally a small group of people gathered around me and watched me write as if I were a sidewalk artist drawing portraits of passersby. Analysis: Being the only non-Asian person on the boat is a present participle used as an adverbial of cause. As if here introduces an adverbial clause of manner, and subjunctive mood is often required used with it. That’s why were is used instead of was.

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Difficult Sentences Translation: 由于船上只有我一个不是亚洲人,这招来很多好奇的目光,最后竟有一群人聚集在我的周围,他们看着我写东西,就像看一个给过路行人画像的街头艺人一样。 Example: Being the only foreigner in the school, she drew a lot of attention, and usually a small group of people gathered around her and listened to her as if she were a film star speaking to her fans.

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Difficult Sentences 3. (Para.2) But soon I stopped, and using my tiny amount of Chinese and their tiny amount of English, we introduced ourselves and told where we were from and where we were going. Analysis: Using is a present participle and acts an adverbial of manner. The two where-clauses are the object clauses of the verb told. Translation: 可很快我还是停了下来,我说一点汉语,他们说一点英语,我们开始相互介绍,谈自己是从什么地方来,到什么地方去。 Example: But soon I stopped, and speaking half English and half Chinese, I told them where I had worked and where I had learned Chinese.

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Difficult Sentences 4. (Para. 2) When we arrived in Qingdao, I parted with my deck friends on the best terms and with a bit of advice about what to see and do in Qingdao. Analysis: Part is used as a verb meaning separate. On the best terms and with a bit of advice are two prepositional phrases used as an adverbial of manner modifying parted. About is a preposition and takes as its object an infinitive clause introduced by what. Translation: 船到青岛要分别时,我与甲板上的朋友关系已相当融洽,他们还给我提了一点建议,告诉我在青岛去哪些地方玩。 Example: I left them on bad terms and with a bit of disagreement about what to buy with the money.

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Difficult Sentences 5. (Para. 3) Without it, I was stuck between two cities, neither of which was my home base. Analysis: without it is an adverbial of condition. Which introduces a non-restrictive relative clause modifying two cities and which itself refers to two cities. Translation: 没了护照,阻在两座城市之间,人生地不熟。 Example: Without a job, I went to Beijing and Shanghai, neither of which is familiar to me.

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Difficult Sentences 6. (Para. 3) I was about to despair of finding my passport when suddenly a woman waved the small blue book in the air ?she’d found it! Analysis: Be about to means be just ready to? Finding is a gerund and acts as the object of the preposition of. When means “at the moment” and is a conjunction that introduces an adverbial clause of time. Translation: 我对找到护照几乎就要绝望时,突然一位妇女用手在半空中挥动着那个蓝皮本子——她找到了! Example: She was about to leave when she heard someone knocking at the door.

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Difficult Sentences 7. (Para. 3) I was very relieved and grateful for the kindness I’d experienced from so many people who’d treated me like a friend in need and not just as a foreigner. Analysis: I’d experienced...as a foreigner is a restrictive relative clause modifying kindness, with that omitted. In this relative clause who introduces another restrictive relative clause modifying people. Like and as are both prepositions and are of the same meaning “being” and both are used as an adverbial of manner. Translation: 我松了口气,心里充满感激,我感受到他们的善良,他们把我当成患难中的朋友,而不只是把我当成一个外国人。 Example: I was moved by the kindness I’d experienced from the Smiths who’d treated me like one of the family members and not just as a friend.

Important Words: 

Important Words curiosity n. the desire to know or learn 好奇心, 求知欲 Curiosity is part of a child’s nature. He didn’t have any curiosity in observing the stars. He looks at me with curiosity. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words cultural a. of or related to culture 文化的 All kinds of cultural activities are held on our campus. From the book you’ll find cultural differences between the East and the West. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words journal n. a magazine esp. of a society; a brief account of daily events (尤指社会团体办的)刊物; 日记 He subscribed to a monthly journal called Readers. They made a journal of everything that happened on the ship. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words portrait n. a painting, drawing or photograph of a real person 肖像; 画像; 相片 We saw a portrait of the family on the wall. The art students are drawing portraits of the model. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words entertainment n. the act of entertaining people, esp. the providing of food and drink 款待; 娱乐; 文娱表演 A cinema is a place of enter-tainment. Various kinds of entertainment are listed in the newspaper. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words in return n. as an exchange or reciprocal action 返回;回报,作为报答 I gave him a present but he gave me nothing in return. Linda helps me a lot and I hope I can do something in return. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words 7. on good (bad, equal, friendly) terms have a good, bad etc. relationship 关系好 (坏、平等、友好) eg: We work together on equal terms. After their argument they are no longer on good terms. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words hold up v. to delay 耽搁, 延误 The traffic was held up by a car accident. Bad weather held up the building of the road. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words Complain v. to express grief, complaint or discomfort 抱怨 He always complains about the weather. Mary complained that she couldn’t find a good job anywhere. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words relieve v. to lessen (pain, trouble or worry) 减轻, 缓解; 解除 His mother was relieved to hear that he is safe. The medicine will help to relieve your pain. FOR EXAMPLE

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Important Words treat v. to act or behave towards; to deal with, to handle 对待; 处理 This glassware must be treated with care. Our teacher treats us like friends. FOR EXAMPLE

Practice: 

Translate Read and Judge Read and Rewrite Read and Practice

Read and Judge: 

Read and Judge Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly. The author felt uncomfortable as Chinese people were too open and curious about him. He was drawing portraits of passersby and a group of people gathered around him. He didn’t stop writing in his journal as people around him enjoyed watching him. F F T

Read and Judge: 

Read and Judge The group of people spoke a little English but he couldn’t speak any Chinese. The author left his address and telephone number to his deck friends. The author tried to hide his panic, but in vain. His flight was held up because the weather was too bad. F F T F

Read and Judge: 

Read and Judge The police officer searched the passenger cabin and found his passport. The author was thankful for the kindness of these people who helped to find his passport. The author felt that Chinese people treated him like a very important person. F T F

Read and Rewrite: 

Read and Rewrite Write one paragraph in the third person about the author’s trip when he lost his passport in the sequence of the following questions. 1 When did the author find that he had lost his passport? 2 How did he feel at that time? 3 Could the flight staff and other passengers tell his panic? 4 Why was the flight held up?

Read and Rewrite: 

Read and Rewrite 5 Where were the flight staff and other passengers looking for his passport? 6 Was there a complaining voice? 7 When did a woman find his passport? 8 How did he feel when he got his passport? 9 Whom did he feel grateful for? 10 How did he feel he was treated?

Reference: 

After boarding a plane from Xiamen to Beijing, the author found he had lost his passport. How worried he was at that time! He tried to hide his panic, but in vain. The flight staff and other passengers could tell. To his surprise, the flight was held up just because of his passport! Now everybody began to help to look for his passport in the airport, the runway, the shuttle bus and the passenger cabin. There was not a complaining voice. They were all willing to help. The author was about to despair of finding the passport when a woman found it! The author was very relieved when he finally got his passport. He was grateful for those kind people who had helped to find it. He felt that he had been treated not only as a foreigner, but also a friend in need. Reference

Read and Translate: 

Read and Translate Translate the following sentences into Chinese. To my amazement, some of the visitors coming from America can speak some Chinese. She took many pictures of me and my family during her stay here. 令我惊奇的是一些美国游客会说汉语。 她在这里的时候给我和我的家人拍了很多照片。

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Read and Translate I taught them some Chinese songs, and in return they left me many gifts. I have never heard him complain. He is always willing to help. 我教他们唱中国歌曲,他们留给我很多礼物作为回报。 我从未听他发过牢骚,他总是乐于助人。

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Read and Translate They almost despaired of success. 6. The building of the bridge was held up by bad weather. 他们对成功几乎失去了信心。 因天气不好大桥暂缓修建。

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Read and Translate I felt relieved to hear you arrived safely. 8. We would be grateful if you could help us. 听到你平安到达的消息我放心了。 如果您能帮助我们,我们将不胜感激。

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