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牛津高中英语高二上学期CHAPTER ONE

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[00:-2.00]MY FAVOURITE SPORT    SKIING
[00:-3.00]Skiing is my favourite sport,
[00:-4.00]even though I have only skied for four days in my whole life!
[00:-5.00]Last year my father promised that if my brother did well in his exams,
[00:-6.00]he would take us for a special holiday.
[00:-7.00]When Victor got straight 'A's,
[00:-8.00]Dad said,'How about a weekend visit to the Botanical Gardens?'
[00:-9.00]But my mother said,'No,you promised a special holiday.
[00:10.00]I think you ought to keep your word.'
[00:11.00]And,despite the expense,he did.
[00:12.00]Victor's dream was to see some real snow.
[00:13.00]So in the Christmas vacation we flew to Seoul,
[00:14.00]and then took a shuttle bus to Muju Resort1.
[00:15.00]As it climbed through the mountains,we saw the snow on the trees.
[00:16.00]I was dying2 to get out and play with it!
[00:17.00]At last we reached the resort,and scrambled3 out of the bus quickly.
[00:18.00]No one in my family had ever touched snow before.
[00:19.00]We were all like little children:
[00:20.00]we picked up,made snowballs,and threw them at each other!
[00:21.00]Then we noticed that the tour guide was watching us,with a smile on his face.
[00:22.00]'I think we should go and check in at the hotel now,'
[00:23.00]my dad said,and so we did.
[00:24.00]Our room overlooked4 one of the ski slopes.
[00:25.00]The slopes were floodlit,and we watched people skiing until 10 p.m.
[00:26.00]We could not wait to try it ourselves.
[00:27.00]The next day we had our first skiing lesson.
[00:28.00]We rented our ski suits,boots and skis,and then went outside onto the snow.
[00:29.00]Wearing skis for the first time makes you feel very strange.
[00:30.00]Suddenly you find you can't even walk.
[00:31.00]Our instructor5 took us onto a gentle slope,and showed us some basic skills.
[00:32.00]If you want to go up a hill,
[00:33.00]you have to stand sideways,and go up step by step.
[00:34.00]If you want to stop,you must point the tips of your skis together.
[00:35.00]But the tips mustn't cross,or you will fall.
[00:36.00]To be honest,that first lesson was not a great success,
[00:37.00]and I spent a lot of time sitting down!
[00:38.00]However,the next day I definitely6 improved.
[00:39.00]I only fell over a few times,and I managed to do a few longer runs.
[00:40.00]I felt so pleased with myself,and the instructor congratulated me,
[00:41.00]so I felt great.
[00:42.00]Although it was very cold,I spent most of that holiday skiing.
[00:43.00]It was the most wonderful time of my life.
[00:44.00]But it was all over too soon.
[00:45.00]I have decided7 to do a part time job this summer,
[00:46.00]and perhaps I can earn enough money for another super skiing holiday.
[00:47.00]LISTENING SKILLS  Page 7
[00:48.00]Understanding numbers
[00:49.00]Listen to the speakers on the recording8.
[00:50.00]Extract the numbers which are needed to complete these tables.
[00:51.00]1.The school table tennis competition was again kingly contested,
[00:52.00]with over fifty entries.
[00:53.00]In the semifinals,Alex beat John in a close match,
[00:54.00]winning in two sets by the score of 21:18 and 21:19.
[00:55.00]In the other Semifinal
[00:56.00]Mark recorded a much easier victory defeating Raymond 21:3,and 21:8.
[00:57.00]Mark went on to take the boys title,
[00:58.00]beating Alex in the best of three sets
[00:59.00]He lost the first set 18:21,
[-1:00.00]but fought back to take the next two sets 21:13 and 21:11.
[-1:-1.00]2.This table shows some of the developments of the Olympic Games.
[-1:-2.00]The first of the modern games was hold in Athens in 1896.
[-1:-3.00]Just thirteen countries took part,
[-1:-4.00]and there were only nine sports.
[-1:-5.00]Although there were three hundred and eleven male competitors,
[-1:-6.00]there were no women at all.
[-1:-7.00]At the Los Angeles's Games of 1932,
[-1:-8.00]thirty-seven countries competed in fifteen different sports.
[-1:-9.00]There were 1,281 male athletes,but just 127 women.
[-1:10.00]In Helsinki in 1952 the number of countries had risen to 69, [-1:11.00]but there were only seventeen sports.
[-1:12.00]Although the number women athletes had climbed to 518,
[-1:13.00]they were still after numbered by the male competitors,the numbered 4,407.
[-1:14.00]Even in the Barcelona Olympics of 1992,
[-1:15.00]in which 168 countries competed in 26 different sports,
[-1:16.00]the number of male and female9 athletes was not nearly equal,
[-1:17.00]there were 6,658 men,
[-1:18.00]but less than half as many women,who numbered 2,708.
[-1:19.00]3.A:I'm just writing a notice about the Club's Table Tennis Tournament.
[-1:20.00]Let's see,I reckon10 down the events,the cost is forty-five yuan per entry.
[-1:21.00]What else do I need to put on it[-1:22.00]B:What's the deadline for entries?
[-1:23.00]A:Oh,that's the 7th of May.We must type all the entries by then.
[-1:24.00]The matches up to the finals will be played between the 14th of May
[-1:25.00]and the 30th of June.
[-1:26.00]B:What about the finals?
[-1:27.00]A:They'll be played on the 6th of July.
[-1:28.00]Shall I put the schedule down?
[-1:29.00]B:Yes,you should.
[-1:30.00]A:Right.Well,the Women's final will start at about one forty-five.
[-1:31.00]and the Men's final will start about two thirty.
[-1:32.00]We put that one last because it can take a long time.
[-1:33.00]We'll have the boys' and girls' finals earlier,
[-1:34.00]at 12:00 noon and one o'clock respectively11.
[-1:35.00]There,it's that all?
[-1:36.00]B:That's good!
[-1:37.00]But I suggest you give a full number in case anyone has inquiries
[-1:38.00]A:That's a good idea!
[-1:39.00]They can phone Maggie Zhu in the office, what's her number?
[-1:40.00]B:It's 28862311.
[-1:41.00]4.A:Hello,John.How did you get on in the athletic12 meeting,yesterday?
[-1:42.00]B:Very well,thank you.
[-1:43.00]A:Don't be shy.Tell me all about your results.
[-1:44.00]B:Well,I was first in the 100m,I ran my best time ever 13.89 seconds.
[-1:45.00]And I was third in the 200m with a time of 27.37 seconds.
[-1:46.00]I didn't do so well in the 400m though.
[-1:47.00]I came sixth in one minute three point zero eight seconds
[-1:48.00]A:That's really good!Did you take part in any of the field events?
[-1:49.00]B:Yes,I won the long jump,with a jump of four point one five metres.
[-1:50.00]and I was sixth in the high jump,I only jumped 1.42 metres,
[-1:51.00]that was my worst result.
[-1:52.00]A:Congratulations!I think you did really well.
[-1:53.00]SPEAKING  page 13
[-1:54.00]A Saying contracted forms.
[-1:55.00]When you have to read a dialogue,
[-1:56.00]you must read contracted forms as contracted forms.
[-1:57.00]Do not read them as complete words.Do not read I've as I have.
[-1:58.00]Exercise A1
[-1:59.00]I'm                  I'll                 I've                 it's
[-2:00.00]it'll                he's                 he'll                she's
[-2:-1.00]she'll               you're               you'll               you've
[-2:-2.00]we're                we'll                we've                they're
[-2:-3.00]they'll              they've              he'd                 she'd [-2:-4.00]I'd                  they'd               can't                couldn't
[-2:-5.00]won't                wouldn't             don't                didn't
[-2:-6.00]isn't                wasn't
[-2:-7.00]Exercise A2
[-2:-8.00]1.DANNY:I'll see you at the game tonight, won't I?
[-2:-9.00]PETER:No,I can't come,I'm afraid.
[-2:10.00]I've lots of homework.Who's playing?
[-2:11.00]DANNY:It's South China and Eastern.
[-2:12.00]You must come!It'll be very exciting!
[-2:13.00]PETER:You're right.I'll finish my homework tomorrow.
[-2:14.00]We'll watch the game together.
[-2:15.00]2.SANDRA:Kate isn't absent,is she?
[-2:16.00]She said she'd play in the game today.
[-2:17.00]SUSAN:No,she told me that she wouldn't play.
[-2:18.00]In fact,she said she couldn't play,because she's injured.
[-2:19.00]She's hurt her ankle.
[-2:20.00]SANDRA:Oh,no!Then you'll have to play instead.SUSAN:Me[-2:21.00]But I've never played hockey before.
[-2:22.00]SANDRA:Don't worry.You'll soon learn!
[-2:23.00]MORE LANGUAGE INPUT(1)
[-2:24.00]Reading  page 16
[-2:25.00]Faster,higher,stronger
[-2:26.00]At the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games,
[-2:27.00]the number of participant that completed for medals in athletics13 alone reached 2000.
[-2:28.00]This was the largest number ever reordered in Olympic history.
[-2:29.00]Athletics usually refers to sports in four areas:
[-2:30.00]track,field,road and combined events.
[-2:31.00]There are lots of track events at the Olympics.
[-2:32.00]They include sprints,middle-distance
[-2:33.00]and long-distance running,hurdling,relays,etc.
[-2:34.00]Field events,however, are often not so closely14 linked with speed.
[-2:35.00]They occlude15 long jump triple16 jump,high jump people,
[-2:36.00]pole vault,short-put,discus and javelin,to name just a few.
[-2:37.00]The marathons and race walks belong to road events,
[-2:38.00]which often test the limits of people's endurance17.
[-2:39.00]In the combined events
[-2:40.00]the athletes are required to complete in a series of track and field events.
[-2:41.00]The points are based on their performance in each event,
[-2:42.00]and the person with the most points wins.
[-2:43.00]Athletics is,in many ways,the best embodiment of the Olympic motto
[-2:44.00]'Faster,higher, stronger'.
[-2:45.00]The many wonders and achievements in athletics always inspire people
[-2:46.00]to pursue18 the true spirit of sportsmanship19.
[-2:47.00]LISTENING  page 17
[-2:48.00]Listen and Supply the missing20 information.
[-2:49.00]Diving Sept.22-30.
[-2:50.00]Swimming Sept.16-23.
[-2:51.00]Rowing Sept.17-24
[-2:52.00]Sailing Sept.17-30
[-2:53.00]Artistic gymnastics Sept.16-21, 24-26.
[-2:54.00]Shooting Sept.16-23.
[-2:55.00]Boxing Sept.16-24.  Sept.26-Oct.1
[-2:56.00]Judo:Sept.16-27.
[-2:57.00]Freestyle wrestling:  Sept.28-Oct.1
[-2:58.00]Badminton:Sept.16-23
[-2:59.00]Baseball:Sept.17-20,22-24,26-27
[-3:00.00]Basketball:Sept.16-Oct.1
[-3:-1.00]Football:Sept.13-14,16-17,19-20,23-24,26,28-30,
[-3:-2.00]Table-tennis:Sept.16-21
[-3:-3.00]Tennis:Sept.19-28
[-3:-4.00]Volleyball:Sept.16-October.1
[-3:-5.00]Handball:Sept.16-26  Sept.28-Oct.1
[-3:-6.00]Hockey:Sept.16-30

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1 resort yWrxe     
n.凭借,手段,常去之地,胜地;vi.求助,诉诸,采取(某种手段等),常去
参考例句:
  • He couldn't have passed the exam without resort to cheating.他要不是靠作弊是通不过这次考试的。
  • Beidaihe is noted for its summer resort.北戴河以避暑胜地而著称。
2 dying 1rGx0     
adj.垂死的,临终的
参考例句:
  • He was put in charge of the group by the dying leader.他被临终的领导人任命为集团负责人。
  • She was shown into a small room,where there was a dying man.她被领进了一间小屋子,那里有一个垂死的人。
3 scrambled 2e4a1c533c25a82f8e80e696225a73f2     
v.快速爬行( scramble的过去式和过去分词 );攀登;争夺;(军事飞机)紧急起飞
参考例句:
  • Each scrambled for the football at the football ground. 足球场上你争我夺。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • He scrambled awkwardly to his feet. 他笨拙地爬起身来。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 overlooked 65e0991d3d278eaae9d2c15d7b01c40a     
v.忽视( overlook的过去式和过去分词 );监督;俯视;(对不良现象等)不予理会
参考例句:
  • He seems to have overlooked one important fact. 他好像忽略了一个重要的事实。
  • This is a minor point, but it must not be overlooked. 此事虽小,然亦不可忽视。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
5 instructor D6GxY     
n.指导者,教员,教练
参考例句:
  • The college jumped him from instructor to full professor.大学突然把他从讲师提升为正教授。
  • The skiing instructor was a tall,sunburnt man.滑雪教练是一个高高个子晒得黑黑的男子。
6 definitely RuJzx0     
adv.一定地,肯定地;明确地,确切地
参考例句:
  • The team will definitely lose if he doesn't play.如果他不参加比赛,这个队肯定会输。
  • I shall definitely be home before six o'clock.6点以前,我一定回家。
7 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
8 recording UktzJj     
n.录音,记录
参考例句:
  • How long will the recording of the song take?录下这首歌得花多少时间?
  • I want to play you a recording of the rehearsal.我想给你放一下彩排的录像。
9 female 3kSxf     
adj.雌的,女(性)的;n.雌性的动物,女子
参考例句:
  • We only employ female workers.我们只雇用女工。
  • The animal in the picture was a female elephant.照片上的动物是头母象。
10 reckon VAwzK     
vt.计算,估计,认为;vi.计(算),判断,依靠
参考例句:
  • Don't reckon upon your relatives to help you out of trouble.不要指望你的亲戚会帮助你摆脱困境。
  • I reckon that he is rather too old to marry again.我认为他的年龄太大,不太适于再婚。
11 respectively GBqzF     
adv.各自地,独自地,个别地,分别地
参考例句:
  • They finished first and second respectively.他们分获一二名。
  • In this machine which items make up the software and the hardware respectively?在机器中,哪几项分别构成软件和硬件?
12 athletic sOPy8     
adj.擅长运动的,强健的;活跃的,体格健壮的
参考例句:
  • This area has been marked off for athletic practice.这块地方被划出来供体育训练之用。
  • He is an athletic star.他是一个运动明星。
13 athletics rO8y7     
n.运动,体育,田径运动
参考例句:
  • When I was at school I was always hopeless at athletics.我上学的时候体育十分糟糕。
  • Our team tied with theirs in athletics.在田径比赛中,我们队与他们队旗鼓相当。
14 closely XwNzIh     
adv.紧密地;严密地,密切地
参考例句:
  • We shall follow closely the development of the situation.我们将密切注意形势的发展。
  • The two companies are closely tied up with each other.这两家公司之间有密切联系。
15 occlude t5ZzK     
堵塞
参考例句:
  • The tourniquet should occlude venous and lymphatic return.止血带应阻断静脉及淋巴回流。
16 triple Dp0yu     
n.三倍之数,三个一组;adj.三倍的
参考例句:
  • Twelve is the triple of four.十二是四的三倍数。
  • He received triple wages for all his extra work.由于额外的工作他领取了三倍的工资。
17 endurance endurance     
n.耐久力,忍耐力,耐久的时期,持续的时间
参考例句:
  • She reached the end of endurance.她到了忍受的极限。
  • The exercise obviously will improve strength and endurance.这种锻炼会明显改善体力增加耐力。
18 pursue IC3ys     
vt.继续,从事;追赶,追踪;追求
参考例句:
  • He began to pursue an easy and comfortable life.他开始追求安逸舒适的生活。
  • This is the path that we shall continue to pursue.这是我们要继续走的道路。
19 sportsmanship 6vDwM     
n.体育道德
参考例句:
  • We identify sportsmanship with good character. 我们认为体育道德与良好品质是一致的。
  • He told Shane that they were going to learn about good sportsmanship. 他告诉夏恩他们要来学学何谓良好的运动家精神。 来自常春藤生活英语杂志-2006年5月号
20 missing 3nTzx7     
adj.遗失的,缺少的,失踪的
参考例句:
  • Check the tools and see if anything is missing.检点一下工具,看有无丢失。
  • All the others are here;he's the only one missing.别人都来了,就短他一个。
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