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高中英语牛津版高一下学期BCHAPTER ONE

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[00:06.48]The Phantom1 of the Opera
[00:09.64]The Paris Opera House was a huge building with seventeen floors
[00:15.91]of which seven were below the ground.
[00:20.17]Underneath the building there was a strange,dark lake.
[00:25.31]In the middle of this lake was an island and on that island
[00:31.37]one hundred years ago
[00:34.53]When he was born he was so ugly that his own mother made him wear a mask
[00:40.70]and forced him to leave home while still a child.
[00:45.35]Years later he made a secret home for himself inside the Paris Opera House
[00:52.19]What a man he was!Strong enough to kill with his hands
[00:57.94]and yet he loved music and sang with a wonderful voice.
[01:02.80]He used this voice to gain power over Christine
[01:07.66]a beautiful young singer at the Opera.
[01:12.41]He often sang to herlate at night from behind a secret wall in her room.
[01:18.97]She thought at first that he must be an angel.
[01:23.33]The Phantom taught her how to sing
[01:27.28]and forced the Opera's two managers to give her better roles in their shows.
[01:33.05]At first the managers were certain that he did not exist.
[01:38.80]They said he was a joke.
[01:42.16]Then one night when the Opera was crowded with people
[01:47.73]the huge glass chandelier fell from the roof,injuring a woman.
[01:54.39]After that,it was not surprising that the managers obeyed the Phantom's wishes
[02:01.55]and gave Christine the main role.
[02:05.62]But the Phantom wanted Christine for himself.
[02:09.88]In the endhe kidnapped her from the stage,in front of the whole audience.
[02:16.54]He took her down to his secret home on the lake.
[02:20.59]Only one man was brave enough to follow.
[02:24.56]He was Raoul a young man who loved Christine.
[02:29.21]But the Phantom captured2 him and kept him in a prison
[02:33.65]which was slowly filling with water.
[02:38.30]In the Phantom's house, Christine pulled off his mask.
[02:43.55]She finally saw the real man,and his horrible face,with no nose and yellow eyes.
[02:51.81]At first she was shocked at his appearance but then she felt very sorry for him.
[02:58.86]She understood how lonely his life had been.
[03:03.09]She gently kissed his face.
[03:06.33]No woman had ever touched the Phantom before.
[03:11.01]Christine's kiss made him cry with joy.
[03:15.66]He released3 Raoul and told him to take Christine away to safety.
[03:21.72]By now, a group of other people had reached the Phantom's house
[03:27.18]and burst in ready to kill him.
[03:31.54]But at that moment the Phantom disappeared magically and was never seen again.
[03:38.91]LISTENING   page 6
[03:43.16]Taking notes about a person's career
[03:47.21]listen to the talk,and complete Debbie's notes below.
[06:13.71]speaking  page10
[06:18.15]A Tailc time
[06:21.70]Stress in nouns4 and verbs
[06:25.75]Some two syllable5 words
[06:29.28](e.g.,conduct,contest,decrease,increase,export,import,object,record,transport)
[06:44.92]are used both as nouns and verbs.
[06:50.10]As nouns, the stress is on the firstsyllable.
[06:54.75]As verbs the stress is on the second syllable.
[06:59.29]Exercise A1
[07:03.05]nouns:               conduct
[07:07.62]present              contest
[07:12.35]record               object
[07:16.90]transport
[07:19.54]verbs:               conduct
[07:24.11]present              contest
[07:28.55]record               object
[07:33.41]transport
[07:36.78]Exercise A2
[07:40.54]Did the audience like the way she conducted the orchestra6 last night?
[07:45.68]Yes, in fact they presente her with flowers after the concert.
[07:51.28]I wish I'd been there.
[07:54.33]To see her get a present? [07:58.09]No, to hear her conducting
[08:01.85]Oh, you can hear her on the radio next week.
[08:06.22]They recorded the whole thing
[08:09.77]Did they record the contest as well?
[08:13.53]What contest?Nobody contested anything last night.
[08:19.70]Oh,I thought there was going to be a singing contest
[08:24.76]I must have been mistaken.
[08:28.21]MORE LANGUAGE INPUT(1) Reading
[08:36.75]The Grand Chandelier in the Shanghai Grand
[08:41.80]Theatre a You might know that The Blue Danube waltz
[08:46.34]is a very popular piece of music created by the famous Austrian composer
[08:53.11]Johann Strauss.
[08:56.45]Many people all over the world have heard of this famous waltz and danced to it [09:03.61]but have you ever heard of the crystal7 chandelier
[09:08.47]which is called 'The Blue Danube'?
[09:12.41]you step into the lobby8 of the new Shanghai Grand Theatre
[09:17.69]a huge and unusual crystal chandelier will immediately catch your eye.
[09:24.85]This chandelier was designed and made in Austria.
[09:29.81]It has three hundred lights and six panpipe like arms which support these lights.
[09:37.99]The huge crystal chandelier is more than seven metreshigh
[09:44.05]and three metres wide.
[09:47.39]Think how bright it is when it is switched on!
[09:52.25]It lights up the lobby of the theatre and throws light ontoits floor,
[09:58.41]which is as unusual as the chandelier itself.
[10:03.38]It is decorated with patterns of piano keys in black and white,
[10:10.51]and a very interesting painting of an ear and an eye.
[10:15.86]People say that the appearance of the chandelier
[10:20.83]and the magical effects its light creates on the lobby
[10:26.29]make them think of The Blue Danube waltz!
[10:30.96]Listing
[10:35.11]The Sydney Opera House
[10:39.27]you are going to hear a passage about the sydney opera house.
[10:44.31]Fill in the blanks with what you hear on the tape.
[10:48.86]Pay special affention to the numbers.
[10:52.70]The magnificent9 Sydney Opera House stands alone on Benne long Point
[10:58.76]surrounded by the waters of Sydney harbour.
[11:02.91]It was designed by the Danish architect jor Dtzon.
[11:08.06]The building has four main auditoriums:
[11:13.33]the Conert Hall with(1)___seats,
[11:18.97]the Opera theatre with(2)____seats,
[11:25.95]the Drama Theatre with(3)____seats and the Playhouse with 398 seats.
[11:34.91]There are also(4)____restaurants,six bars,
[11:39.95]and a multi storey undergroud car park which can park(5)___vehicles.
[11:47.21]Reservations and prices?Here is sone information:
[11:52.49]Premium  $116-$132
[12:00.04]A Reserve (6)___
[12:07.61]B Reserve $84-$95
[12:14.07]C Reserve (7)___
[12:20.44]D Reserve $38(with restricted10 view)
[12:27.60]The prices given are in Australian dollars(ADS$).
[12:31.96]A(8)___percent discount is offered to groups of more than ten persons.

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1 phantom T36zQ     
n.幻影,虚位,幽灵;adj.错觉的,幻影的,幽灵的
参考例句:
  • I found myself staring at her as if she were a phantom.我发现自己瞪大眼睛看着她,好像她是一个幽灵。
  • He is only a phantom of a king.他只是有名无实的国王。
2 captured 2f77656f4c6180990cee5ce65bdefe74     
俘获( capture的过去式和过去分词 ); 夺取; 夺得; 引起(注意、想像、兴趣)
参考例句:
  • Allied troops captured over 300 enemy soldiers. 盟军俘虏了300多名敌方士兵。
  • Most of the rebels were captured and disarmed. 大部分叛乱分子被俘获并解除了武装。
3 released 23690fd759f17135ec9879b56ff2600c     
v.释放( release的过去式和过去分词 );放开;发布;发行
参考例句:
  • He was released on bail pending committal proceedings. 他交保获释正在候审。
  • With hindsight it is easy to say they should not have released him. 事后才说他们本不应该释放他,这倒容易。
4 nouns 8412c0b251e0c60f78bfaf0a44ac3206     
n.名词;名词( noun的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • French differs from English in having gender for all nouns. 法语不同于英语,所有的名词都有性。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Nouns join to form compounds. 名词和名词结合构成复合词。 来自《简明英汉词典》
5 syllable QHezJ     
n.音节;vt.分音节
参考例句:
  • You put too much emphasis on the last syllable.你把最后一个音节读得太重。
  • The stress on the last syllable is light.最后一个音节是轻音节。
6 orchestra 90OyN     
n.管弦乐队;vt.命令,定购
参考例句:
  • He plays the violin in an orchestra.他在管弦乐队中演奏小提琴。
  • I was tempted to stay and hear this superb orchestra rehearse.我真想留下来听这支高超的管弦乐队排练。
7 crystal Qy7xu     
n.水晶,水晶饰品,结晶体;最好的玻璃器皿
参考例句:
  • It used to be a crystal stream.那曾是条清澈见底的小溪。
  • Those fine wine glasses are made of crystal.那些漂亮的酒杯是用水晶做的。
8 lobby lobby     
n.前厅,(剧院的)门廊
参考例句:
  • As he walked through the lobby,he skirted a group of ladies.他穿过门厅时,绕过了一群女士。
  • The delegates entered the assembly hall by way of the lobby.代表们通过大厅进入会场。
9 magnificent 4AXxD     
adj.壮丽的,宏伟的;华丽的;极好的
参考例句:
  • The museum that we visited is very magnificent.我们参观的博物馆是很宏伟的。
  • That's a magnificent task.这是一项宏伟的任务。
10 restricted njezzw     
adj.有限的;受约束的
参考例句:
  • Speed is restricted to 30 mph in towns. 在城里车速不得超过每小时30英里。
  • a restricted range of foods 有限的食物种类
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