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Slide4:  Unit 5 Canada—“The True North” 1. Try to answer this quiz and find out how much you know about Canada: ( page 33 ) 2. Learn noun clauses as the appositive: 1). I insisted upon an answer to my question whether he was coming or not. 2). Next comes the question what you want to learn English well. Slide5:  3). It is difficult to answer your question how black holes came into being. 4). The cause of the accident was the fact that he was driving too fast ; besides, he was drinking wine too much. 5). Word came that our school programme had been changed. 6). I had no idea that traveling on a hovercraft would be so smooth. Slide6:  8). We have heard the news that a new great bridge will be built over the Yangtze River. 9). Do you know the fact that the transport of the goods costs too much? 10). The problem came up at the conference whether we were given money enough for our research. 7). The question why so many people would choose to live in the countryside but to work in the city is still under discussion. Slide7:  Note the difference between the attributive clause and the appositive clause and remember the words often followed by the appositive clauses:feeling, belief, chance, discovery, fact, idea, message, news, promise, opinion, plan, possibility, statement, thought, reply, problem, question, reason, theory, hope, phenomenon, advice, order, suggestion, decision, demand, request, desire, and so on. 11). I made a suggestion that the class meeting be put off. Slide8:  Which is the following sentences containing the attributive clauses? 1. The news that their team won the match is true. 2. The news that he told us yesterday is false. 3. The fact that the students talked about is very important. 4. The fact that he has made it and made a name pleased his parents. Slide9:  5. The order when we should return hasn’t reached us. 6. I have received an order that they gave for 80 tons of coal. 7. The advice that citizens with higher income should pay higher taxes has been accepted. 8. Can you explain the phenomenon that water expands when it is frozen. 9. Who could illustrate the idea that gravity was different in space? Slide10:  10. Mrs. Rogers could not put up with the fact that her daughter came back very late every night. Different tours are suitable for different people. Read the following travel programmes of travel agency in California. Write down the number of the travel programmes next to these travel ideas: Slide11:  Tour 1: Tibet Tour > Six days in one of the most unusual place in China. Very few tourists go to Tibet. All around are the tallest mountains in the world. You will visit beautiful monasteries(= temples) and street markets. You will also see wonderful Tibetan dancing. Group size: 16. Cost: US$4000 Slide12:  Tour 2: Maui Bicycling Tour > Ride a bicycle around the most beautiful tropical island in Hawaii. You will swim in the clear, warm tropical water, and go camping in the beautiful national parks. Length of trip: 7 days. Group size: 9-12. Cost US$ 900 Slide13:  Tour 3: Cooking Tour in France > Do you like French food? Do you like to cook? Visit Paris and seven other French cities. Visit the best restaurants. Eat the most delicious food in the world. Study cooking with the most interesting chefs (=cook) of French. Length of trip: 10 days. Group size: 14-18. Cost: US$ 3,000 Slide14:  Tour 4: American River Trip > California’s Sacramento River is one of the fastest, most exciting, and most difficult rivers to raft. You will never forget this trip! The trip for adventurous people only ! You must be in good health. Length of trip: 3 days Group size: 8-10 . Cost: US$ 300 ( food and equipment included) Slide15:  I ask some of you to write down the number of the travel programme next to these travel ideas: 1. “ I just love French food. I want to learn to cook it. ( _____ ) 2. “ I need exercise. I’d like some warm weather too.” ( ______ ) 3. “ I like adventure. I don’t want anything that is easy. I’m very healthy.” ( ______ ) Slide16:  5. “ I like adventure. I have only three days for my vacation. ( ______ ) 6. “ I love food. I love all kinds of food. And I enjoy European cultures.” ( _______ ) 7. “ I like to swim and ride my bicycle. I love to go camping. ( ______ ) 4. “ I enjoy different cultures. I don’t like to see a lot of other tourists. I’m interested in Asian cultures.” ( ______ ) Slide17:  2.Does the class teacher have any idea ___ _ is actually going on in the lab? A. that B. what C. as D. which 3. I don’t like the way____ you speak to your parents. A. in that B. which C. of which D. that 1. Daisy left word with my secretary _____ she would call again in the afternoon. A. who B. that C. as D. which Multiple Choice: Slide18:  5. The direction ____ a force is acting can be changed.A. which B. X C. with that D. when 6. Along with the controlled writing was her promise ____ she would not make the same mistake. A. which B. that C. what D. whether 4. A story goes ____ Elizabeth I of England liked nothing more than being surrounded by clever and qualified noblemen. A. when B. where C. what D. that Slide19:  8. Information has been put forward _____ universities will admit more people as freshmen. A. when B. as C. that D. which GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO Canada : 1). Canada is located ( =lies / is situated ) in the north part of North America. 7. There is a feeling in me _____ we’ll never know what man will look like in a million years. A. when B. that C. which D. as Slide20:  3). Canada Day is July 1st. 4). It covers (=occupies ) an area of 9,984,670 square kilometer. 5). Its population is 31,485,000 ( October 2002), one of the least dense countries in the world. 6). Canada is a federation of ten provinces and two regions. 7). The main nationalities are English, French, Irish, German, Polish and Chinese. 2). Its full country name is the Dominion of Canada. Slide21:  8). Resources of petroleum, mineral, lumber, marine products and water are very rich. 9). Winters are very cold and summers are quite hot. 10). Canada belongs to the Group of Eight ( G8) which consists of (= is made up of )the eight richest countries in the world. 11). They are the States, Britain, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Canada and Russia. Slide22:  KEY structures ( page 33 ) Warming up 1. multicultural = many kinds of culture / multi= many multicolored= made of many colors; multichannel=having many multiform=existing in many forms; multinational=including many nations multistory(e)y = having many stories; multimedia=using many media 2. the second largest 1). She is the second tallest in her class. Slide23:  2). He is the third fattest of (among) the boys. 3. quiz. 1). What can you see with your eyes shut? 2). What is it that is found in the very center of America and Australia? 3). If you throw a white stone into Red Sea, what will it become? ( the examination in English ) Slide24:  4. know of /about; know=be familiar with ; get to know= become familiar with. 5. score = twenty 1). What did the judge score ? 2). Did he score high /well on the examination? 3). four score of computers ; scores of monitors; many/some/ several scores of plants; five score years 6. take a trip to= be on/ go on / make a trip to Slide25:  1). He is on a weekend /honeymoon trip to Paris. 7. describe….as / description 1). He describes himself as public servant. ( page 34 ) 1….. to visit their cousins on the Atlantic coast. 1). Why do you eat an egg every day?To get enough protein and nutrition. Slide26:  2). To sleep late in the morning, he turned off the cellphone. 2. Rather than take (= taking )… / = in preference to =instead of = and not 1). I am busy surfing the Internet rather than play (=playing) games on the computer. 2). He is our friend rather than a teacher. 3). Rather than live with knees bent she would prefer to die with her head high. Slide27:  4). I’d rather ride a bike than go there by car. 3. The idea that they would cross….. ( the appositive clause) 4. On the way to the station.. / home / there / here/ school / to some places 1). She is on her way to go shopping. 2). The new key school is well on the way to being finished. Slide28:  5. go eastward… ; --ward(s)= in a direction / afterwards 1). Our homeward journey is long. 2). They travel northwards. forward(s)=ahead, to the front ; eastward(s)= to the east westward(s)= to the west ; southward(s)= to the south Slide29:  backward(s)=to the rear; to the back / outward(s)=out, in a direction away inward(s)=to the inside / toward(s)=in the direction to 6. less than = fewer than / no less than =as many as 1). I bought the dictionary for less than 30 yuan. 2). Tokyo, no less than Shanghai, is over-populated. Slide30:  7.from coast to coast / from victory to victory / from time to time 8. …as it is surrounded by mountains / surroundings=environment/as= since / because / though/ while /when 1). Surrounded by the PLA fighters the enemy had give in. 2). They are surrounded by comforts. 9… because people from the rest of Canada… / rest =what is left/most of / half of / part of / ….. Slide31:  10.On the coast north of Vancouver… / north of =to the north of 11. settle down / settlement / settler / 1). Settle your affairs. 2). That settles it. 12. …have a gift for 1). She has a gift for painting and her sister is a person of many gifts. 2). Here is a birthday gift for you. Slide32:  13. border= edge 1). How many countries border China? 14. …the population of Canada is only slightly over thirty million 1). What is the population of China? 2). China has a population of over 13 billion. 3). The population of Maoming is smaller than that of Guangzhou. Slide33:  4). One third of the population there are out of work. 1). Our friends over the sea are coming. 2). He talks to me over his shoulder. 3). Don’t study over night. 4). The lamp hung over the desk. Slide34:  5).Let talk over tea. 6). Danny spoke over the radio. 7). It’s over and above what is wanted. 8). He will not live over today. 9). Wear a black suit over that waistcoat. Slide35:  15. wheat-growing / home-missing / dog-walking / peace-loving high-ranking cadres/ leave-taking/ paper-making 16. … in Canada than any other … 1). Canada is larger than any country in Asia. 2). Guangzhou is larger than any other city in Guangdong. ( page 38). 1. … the maple tree… Slide36:  1). The national flag of Canada, well known as the Maple Leaf Flag, is a base red flag with a white square in its center, featuring a red 11-pointed maple leaf. 2).There is a heavy frost in the ground. / fog, frog, snow, hail / 3). It frosted already. Slide37:  2. Around noon / towards evening / all around 3. wealthy=rich=well off / wealth ( uncountable noun ) 1). Our country is wealthy in resources. 2). He gained his wealth by developing games on the computer. 4. They were not leaving for ….until.. (= start for / take French leave) Slide38:  1). His father had never praised him until /till he became one of the top boys in the kindergarten. 2). Not until yesterday could he understand what I had said. 3). Until he told me, I heard nothing of what had happened to him. 4). There are five minutes left. = …five remaining minutes. / go on, be on, make a concert/ wedding/ tour / tourist cards, -class Slide39:  5. CN Tower stands for the Canada’s National Tower, the world’s tallest structure, built in 1976. It lies in Toronto, designed as a radio and television transmitting antenna. It is about 553 meters high. 6. In the distance / at a distance 7. the great Niagara Falls / Straddling the Canadian- United States International Border and both in the Province of Ontario and the State of New York, Niagara Falls attracts some 12 million tourists to her beauty each year. Slide40:  8. … the covered stadium… 1). a covered movable stop at a market 2).the covered cup 3).Lost time will never return. 4). a gone case / the risen sun / returned oversea Chinese/an escaped prisoner / retired workers/learned persons / fallen leaves 9. I should phone her from ( at ) a telephone booth. / the ticket booth / 10. in downtown/ uptown / 1). The downtown stores are busy. Slide41:  2). Let’s go downtown tomorrow. 11. It’s too bad you can’t go as far as Ottawa, Canada’s capital. ( as far as =so far as) as long, old, heavy, high, … as We cannot say : as same as . We should say: the same as / that Slide42:  1). Can you walk as far as China’s First Beach? 2). I will help all of you as far as I can. 3). We’ve learned as far as Book Three. 4). As far as I know, he is dishonest. Slide43:  12. at down / at daybreak /- noon /-midnight /-dark/-sunrise /-sunset/at Christmas / -New Year / - 188 /- table /-the red light / -hand/-speed / at dusk / at the telephone booth/ 13. …ads in French …/ in Chinese /-pencil /-ink / -business/-politics/-red /in case / in turn / in return / in all / in time / Slide44:  14. … in a café looking over the broad St Lawrence River 1). He sat there, looking over the account. 2). The lady stood speaking to your friend. The St Lawrence River, 1,287 kilometers long, is one of the most important rivers in North America. The river is the frontier between Canada and the USA for about 200 kilometers. 15. The girl told…. Canada and that Montreal… Slide45:  1). I understand not only he has learned Chinese but also that has written Chinese poetry and the cross talk. 2). The teacher said (that) the boy was not bright and that he was not worth teaching. 3). Rogers said(that) her brother had been there for 2 years but he was not there then.

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