6Unit3Understandingeachother--Section3Weletotheunit 1. Look at the pictures below and discuss the following questions with your partner. (P33)看下面的图画, 并与你的搭档讨论下面的问题. 1) below adv. 1) at or to a lower level, position or place 在或向较低处 She looked down from the mountain to the valley below. 2) under the surface 在地下 The captain told the sailors to go below. prep. Lower than; under 在…下;低于 Children below the age of 16 are not allowed to enter. 2) following adj. next (to be mentioned) 随后的 The child was sick in the evening, but on the following day he seemed well again. prep. after an event or as a result of 在…之后 Following the speech, there will be a few minutes for questions. 2. In the Middle East, Arabs greet each other by touching noses. (P33) 在中东, 阿 拉伯人的见面礼是互相碰鼻子. touch vt. 1) be or e together with 9sth. else) so that there is no space between 接触, 触及 One of the branches was touching the water. 2) make (sb./sb.s feelings) sympathetic or sad 感动(某人); 触动(某人的感情) We were all deeply touched by his tragic experience.
touch 用作名词的相关短语: get in touch with 与…取得联系 keep in touch with 与…保持联系 lose touch with 与…失去联系
out of touch with 与…不联系
2019-2020 年高中英语选修 6Unit3Understandingeachother--Section3Wordpower
1. One reason that there are so many French words in English is that the French ruled England for quite a number of years.(P38) 英语中有如此多的法语单词的原因之一是法 国人统治了英国多年. reason n. [C or U] the cause of an event or situation or sth. which provides an excuse or explanation: The reason for the disaster was engine failure, not human error. [+ question word] The reason why grass is green was a mystery to the little boy. [+ (that)] The reason (that) I'm ringing is to ask a favour. NOT STANDARD The reason I walked out was because I was bored. [+ to infinitive] The police have (every good) reason to believe that he is guilty. She was furious, and with reason (= with good cause). For some reason/For reasons best known to himself (= For reasons no one else knows about) he's decided to leave his job. vt. to try to understand and to make judgments based on practical facts: [+ (that)] Newton reasoned (that) there must be a force such as gravity, when an apple fell on his head. I spent hours reasoning out the solution to the puzzle. reason 常用搭配: for…reason 由于…原因 the reason for (one’s doing) sth. (某人) 做某事的理由 the reason why… …的原因 The reason why…is/ was that…做…的原因是… 2. Finally, Arabic provided English with many words for things that could be traded,…(P38) 最后，阿拉伯语为英语提供了许多关于可供交易的事物的词汇,… provide vt. to give someone sth. that they need: We have concerns about whether the government will be able to provide viable social services for poorer families/provide poorer families with viable social services. provide for sb. (LOOK AFTER) phrasal verb to give someone the things they need such as money, food or clothes: He has a wife and two young children to provide for. trade n. [U] the activity of buying and selling, or exchanging, goods and/or services between people or countries: The country's trade in manufactured goods has expanded in the last ten years.
Seventy per cent of the country's trade is with Europe. The two countries have signed a trade agreement for one year only.: [vi. or vt. usually + adv. or prep.] to buy and sell goods or services, especially between countries: For centuries, Native Americans traded with European settlers. The pany has been trading in oil for many years. 3. Finally, the Arabs were great traders and so they introduced the English to many new words like coffee and alcohol.(P39) 最后, 阿拉伯人是伟大的商人, 因此他们为英 语引入了很多新词, 如咖啡和酒精. introduce vt. to tell someone another person's name the first time that they meet: I'd like to introduce my younger son, Mark. Have you two been introduced (to each other)? introduction n. [C or U] You'll have to do/make the introductions - I don't know everyone's name. My next guest needs no introduction (= is already known to everyone).
相关高考试题 When first ______ to the market, these products enjoyed great success. (2004 全国) A. introducing B. introduced C. introduce D. being introduced 答案 ：B
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