UNIT 19 TAKING EXAMS Lesson 37 PartⅠWarming-up Exercises
PartⅠ Warming-up Exercises
1．a．Bill went to the circus before lunch.
b．Bill went to the circus after lunch.
c．Bill went to the circus first.
2．a．Both of them were watching animals.
b．They were doing different things at the same time.
c．They were eating candy together.
3．a．Mr. Hill telephoned Kate.
b．Kate was sleeping.
c．Mr. Hill was sleeping when Kate telephoned.
4．a．He is still working hard.
b．He is going to work hard.
c．He stopped working hard.
5．a．He is going to play at three.
b．He is still playing now.
c．He is not playing now.
6．a．Jim was reading a history book when Malcolm left.
b．Malcolm was reading a history book when Jim left.
c．Both Malcolm and Jim were reading.
B．Sentences For Oral Repetition
Lesson 37 Part Ⅲ A TeacherEncourages Kate
PartⅢ A Teacher Encourages Kate
Lesson 37 Part Ⅱ ShortDialogues (for practice in drawinginferences)
PartⅡ Short Dialogues
(for practice in drawing inferences)
He had a collection of _____last year, and now he's trying to get a _____about the automobile industry _____
a．an automobile engineer.
1．What is the possible relationship between the speakers?
2．Where does this dialogue take place?(Dialogue 3)
3．What is the possible relationship between the speakers?
4．Can you list some key words to support your answer?(Dialogue 4)
5．What is the possible relationship between the speakers?
6．What are some of the clues for your answer?
UNIT 19 TAKING EXAMS lesson 37 Part Ⅰ Warming-up Exercises
Part Ⅰ Warming-up Exercises
A. Sentence Structure
Recognizing tenses: 1.past continuous 2. past perfect
3. present perfect continuous
Directions: This drill is for practice in correct understanding of tenses. Listen careful. Draw a circle around the letter beside your choice.
1. When Bill had eaten lunch, he went to the circus. (b)
2. Bill was watching animals while Sally was eating candy. (b) 3. When Kate telephoned Mr. Hill, he was still sleeping. (c) 4. Malcolm has been working very hard for five years. (a) 5. James has been playing tennis since three o'clock. (b) 6. When Jim left the room, Malcolm was reading a history book. (b)
Directions: Listen carefully. Write down the sentences you hear on the tape.
1. I was doing my homework when you phoned. 2. I was making the tea while John was cleaning the car. 3. The doorbell rang just as he was leaving the house. 4. She's been writing letters since two o'clock.
B. Sentences For Oral Repetition
Directions: You are going to hear some sentences chosen from the comprehension material in this lesson. Listen carefully and repeat.
1. You've helped me a lot. I feel more confident now.
2. Of course, you won't pass the examination if you have parties every night.
Part Ⅱ ShortDialogues
Directions: Fill in the blanks with the words you hear on the tape.
Key: (see tapescript)
Directions: Choose a, b, or c to complete the statement.
Directions: Give brief answers to the questions.
Key: 1. Husband and wife. 2. At home. 3. Teacher and student. 4. explain, assignment, Miss Smith, textbook, class prepared, discuss 5. Boss and secretary. 6. Miss Smith, look again, must, sir, don't care, look everywhere, simply have to, should, better system for filing things
Short Dialogues (1′17″)
(for practice in drawing inferences)
A: Paul is so busy lately, I never have a chance to talk to him anymore. How's he doing?
B: He had a collection of verse published last year, and now he's trying to get a novel about the automobile industry accepted.
A :Hi, Barb.
B: Hello, dear. You're home early.
A: Yes, a little bit. Guess what?
A: I'm going to attend the regional meeting.
B: Oh, Bob, how nice!
A: Could you please explain the assignment for Monday, Miss Smith?
B: Certainly. Read the next chapter in your textbook and come to class prepared to discuss what you've read.
A: Miss Smith, please look again for those orders from the men's clothing department. We must find them.
B: They're not with the other orders, sir. They ought to be there, but they're not.
A: I don't care where they ought to be. Look everywhere. We simply have to find them.
B: Yes, sir.
A: You should have a better system for filing things. Then, when you had to find something, you could find it.
Part Ⅲ Ateacher Encourages Kate
Directions: Answer the questions you hear on the tape.
1. What was the teacher' s name?
2. What was the time when Kate phoned the teacher?
3. What was the teacher doing at that time?
4. Did Kate want to go back to Canada?
5. Was Kate going to take some very difficult examinations?
6. How did Kate feel after she phoned the teacher?
7. In what way did the teacher help Kate?
8. What were Kate and her friends going to do that evening?
9. How did the teacher respond to Kate's invitation?
10. What did he say ?
Key: (see tapescript)
A Teacher Encourages Kate (1′37″)
Kate: Hello, I'd like to speak to Mr. Hill, please.
Hill: Hill speaking.
Kate: This is Kate Morrison. You remember me, don't you?
Hill: Of course, I do. What's the matter? Has anything happened?
Kate: I don't want to bother you, but I'm worried.
Hill: Well, if you are worried at half past seven in the morning, you must be very worried.
Kate: We've got examinations next month.
Hill: Oh, I see. Well, everybody worries about examinations.
Kate: But I may fail, and my parents may want me to go back to Canada. They may not send me any more money.
Hill: You won't fail, though of course you may fail if you don't work at all. You must begin straight away. You are an intelligent young woman and the first year examinations aren't very difficult, I know. I've written one of them myself.
Kate: But I don't feel intelligent.
Hill: Nobody feels intelligent at this time in the morning.One of your teachers was talking to me about you. You can pass the examination.
Kate: Are you sure?
Hill: Of course, I am. If you worry you may fail, so you mustn't worry. Your teacher isn't worried about you. He told me himself.
Kate: You've helped me a lot. I feel more confident now.Would you like to come to another party here tonight? Some of our friends are coming to listen to some music. Penny and I don't want to stay at home by ourselves this evening.
Hill: Another party? You must be mad. But thank you for the invitation. I'll come if I can. Of course, you won't pass the examination if you have parties every night, Now, please let me get back to bed.