Unit3 Life in the future I still can not believe that I am __________ the prize that I won last year. I have to r__________ myself __________ that I am really in AD3008. Worried about the jou
rney, I was unsettled for the first few days. As a result, I suffered from “time lag”. It seems you keep getting flashbacks from your __________time period. So I was very nervous and ___________at first. However, Wang Ping, gave me some green tablets which helped a lot. Well-known for their expertise, his parents’ company, called “Future Tours”, transported me safely into the future in a time _________. Later, the space stewardess called us to the capsule and we climbed in _________ a small opening. We felt sleepy after drinking a calming drink. The capsule began swinging gently sideways as we lay relaxed and dreaming. A few minutes later, we had arrived. I was still on the earth but one thousand years in the future. At first my new_________ were difficult to____________. The air seemed thin, as if its combination of gases had little oxygen left. Hit by a ______ of fresh air, my head ached. Just as I tried to make the necessary _______________to this new situation, Wang Ping handed a mask to me and I felt better in no time. Soon I ________________________(恢复 过来)again and following him to collect a hovering carriage. These carriages ________ above the ground and by bending or _______ down in your seat, you can move swiftly. Wang Ping __________my safety belt and showed me how to use it. Soon I could fly as fast as him. However I lost _______ of Wang Ping when we reached ______ looked like a large market because of too many carriages flying by in all ___________. He was _________ up into the center of them. Then I ______________(看见；看到)Wang Ping again and flew after him. Unit 4: MY FIRST WORK ASSIGNMENT Never will Zhou Yang (ZY) forget his first ___________ at the office of a popular English newspaper. His discussion with his new boss, Hu Xin (HX), was to strongly influence his life as a journalist. HX: Welcome. We're_________ you're coming to work with us. Your first job will be an assistant journalist. ZY: Can I go out on a story immediately? HX: That' s ___________,but I' m afraid it would be unusual ! Wait till you' re more experienced. First we'll put you as an assistant to an experienced journalist. Later you can cover a story and ___________ the article yourself. ZY: Wonderful. What do I need to take with me? I already have a notebook and camera. HX: No need for a camera. You'll have a professional photographer with you to take photographs. You'll find your colleagues very eager to ________ you, so you may be able to ___________ on photography later if you' re interested. ZY: Thank you. Not only am I interested in photography, but I took an amateur course at university to ________ my skills. HX: Good. ZY: What do I need to remember when I go out to cover a story? HX: You need to be curious. Only if you ask many different questions will you _________ all the information you need to know. We say a good journalist must have a good "_______" for a story. That means you must be able to _________ when people are not telling the whole truth and then try to discover it. They must use research to__________
themselves of the missing parts of the story. ZY: What should I keep in mind? HX: Here comes my list of dos and don'ts: don't miss your__________, don't be rude… ZY: Why is listening so important? HX: Well, you have to listen for detailed facts. _____________(与此同时) you have to prepare the next question ___________ on what the person says. ZY: I see! Have you ever had a case ______someone ________ your journalists of getting the wrong end of the stick? HX: Yes, but it was a long time ago. This is ______ the story goes. A footballer was accused of taking money for ___________ not scoring goals so as to let the other team win. We went to interview him. He denied taking money but we were sceptical. ….So we wrote an article suggesting he was guilty. It was a ________ because the footballer could have demanded damages if we were wrong. He tried to stop us ___________(出版；发布)it but later we were proved right. Unit 5 First aid The skin is an _________ part of your body and its largest ______.You have three ______ of skin which act as a barrier against disease,_________( 毒 药 ) and the sun’s harmful _______. The _______ of your skin are also very___________: it keeps you warm or cool; it _______ your body from losing too much water; it is _______ you feel cold, heat, or pain and it gives you your_______ of touch. So as you can imagine, if your skin gets ________ it can be very serious. First aid is a very important first step in the_________ of burns.(第一段必须背会) Causes of burns You can get burned by a _______ of things: hot liquids, steam, fire, radiation, the sun, __________(电)or chemicals. Types of burns There are three types of burns. Burns are called first, second or third degree burns, ________ on which layers of the skin are burned. First degree burns: These______ only the top layer of the skin. These burns are not serious and feel better ______a day or two. Second degree burns: These burns are serious and take a few weeks to _________(痊愈). Third degree burns: These affect all three layers of the skin and any_____ (组织) and organs under the skin. The burns cause very severe injuries and the _________ must go to hospital at once. First aid treatment 1 R________ clothing using scissors if necessary unless it is ______ to the burn. 2 Cool burns with cool but not icy water. It is best to place burns under ________ running water for about 10 minutes. 3 For first degree burns, ______ cool, clean, wet cloths on them until the pain is not so bad. For second degree burns, keep cloths cool by putting them back in a basin of cold water, _________ them out and placing them on the burned area ________________(反复；多次)for about an hour until the pain is not so bad. 4 Dry the burned area gently. Do not____, as this may break any blisters and the wound may get__________. 5________ the burned area with a dry, clean bandage that will not _________( 粘 着 )the skin. Hold the bandage____________ with tape. Never put butter, oil or ointment on burns as they keep the heat in the wounds and may cause__________.
6 If burns are on arms or legs, keep them higher than the heart, if__________. If burns are on the face, the victim should __________(坐起来) 7 If the jnjuries are second or third degree burns, it is _____to get the victim to the doctor or hospital at once. Unit 1: 课文填空 Art is influenced by the customs and______ of a people. Styles in Western art have changed many times. The Middle Ages (5th to the 15th century AD) During The Middle Ages, the main_____ was to represent _______ themes. A __________ artist of this period was not interested in showing nature and people _____ they really were. A ______ picture at this time was full of religious symbols. But it was _________ that ideas were changing when painters like Giotto di Bondone began to paint religious scenes in a more_________ way. The Renaissance (15th to 16th century) During the Renaissance, People began to__________ less on religious themes and ______ a more humanistic attitude to life. They tried to paint people and nature _ they really were. One of the most important discoveries was how to draw things in _________. This _______ was first used by Masaccio in 1428. By______, oil paints were also developed at this time. Without the new paints and the new technique, we_______ not be able to see the many great masterpieces. Impressionism (late 19th to early 20th century) In the late 19th century, Europe changed_________, Naturally, these changes also led to new painting styles. Among the painters who ____________(脱离；远离)the traditional style of painting were the Impressionists. The Impressionists were the first painters to work ______. They were eager to show how light and _______ fell on objects at different times of day. At first, many people disliked this style of painting. They said that their paintings were ____________. Modern Art (20th century to today) At first, the Impressionist paintings were __________, but today they accepted as the beginning of ______ we call “modern art”. On the one hand, some modern art is______; that is, the painters does not _______ to paint objects as we see them with our eyes, On the other hand, some paintings of modern art so______ that they look like photographs. These styles are so different. Who can_______ what painting styles there will be in the future? Unit 2:课文填空： There are various reasons_____ people write poetry. Some poems tell a story or describe something in a way that will give the reader a strong ________. Others try to _______ certain emotions. A young child learns in English is nursery rhymes. The language is_______ but imaginative, and they _______ small children. The poems may not make _____ and even seem ___________, but they are easy to learn and recite. List poems have a ______ line length and repeated phrases which give both a pattern and a rhythm to the poem. Some rhyme (like B)_______ others do not (like C). Another simple form of poem that students can easily write is the cinquain, a poem made up of five lines.
Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry that is made up of 17 syllables. It is easy to write and can give a clear picture and create a special feeling using the ________ of words. Did you know that English speakers also enjoy other forms of Asian poetry - Tang poems from China in_________? A lot of Tang poetry has been _______ into English. With so many forms to__________, students ________ want to write poems of their own. It is easier than you might think and certainly worth a try. Unit 4: 课文填空 During the 20th century the temperature of the earth____ about one degree Fahrenheit and it is a rapid increase when __________ to other natural changes. So how has this___________ and does it matter? _______________(毫无疑问)the earth is becoming warmer and that ________ human activity ______ has caused this global warming rather than a _______ but natural phenomenon.(务必背会此段) All scientists ________ to the view that the increase in the earth's temperature is ______to the burning of fossil fuels. Some byproducts of this process are called "greenhouse" gases, the most important one of ______is carbon dioxide. Dr Janice Foster explains: "There is a ____________(自然现 象)that scientists call the “___________(温室效应)”. This is when small amounts of gases in the atmosphere trap heat from the sun and therefore warm the earth. Without the 'greenhouse effect', the earth ______ be about thirty-three degrees Celsius cooler than it is. So we need those gases. The problem begins when we add huge________ of extra carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. It means that more heat energy ________ to be trapped in the atmosphere _______ the global temperature to _________(上升)." However, the attitude of scientists towards this rise is_________(complete) different. On the one hand, Dr Foster thinks that the _______ in which the temperature increases by 5 degrees would lead to a __________. On the other hand, there are those, like George Hambley, who are _______ to this view , They predict that any warming will be _____with few bad environmental ____________. Greenhouse gases continue to _________ in the atmosphere . Even if we start reducing the amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse _______, the climate is going to ________ warming for decades or centuries . No one knows the effects of global warming. Does that mean we should do nothing? Or , are the_______ too great ?