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新交流英语第一册UNIT4-6

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[00:00.00]UNIT 4 Let's go rollerblading;
[00:23.87]Warm Up;
[00:25.27]Exercise D. Listen.Circle the two activities you hear.;
[00:31.52]1.Mike:Hello?  Phil:Hi,Mike.It's   Phil.What are you   doing?Are you busy?;
[00:43.55]Mike:No.I'm just   reading. Phil:What are you   reading?;
[00:47.09]Mike:Oh,I'm reading   a great book   called The Story   of...[fade];
[00:52.86]2.Nathan:Hello?   F1:Hello.Is Karen     there,please?;
[01:11.83]Nathan:Yes,just a   minute.Karen,it's   for you.;
[01:15.45]Karen:OK.I'm coming.   Hello? F1:Hi,Karen.   It's Elena.;
[01:21.02]Karen:Hi,Elena.   What's up?;
[01:22.87]F1:Well,I'm working,   at the hospital.   What are you doing?;
[01:26.15]Karen:Nathan and I   are trying to   rollerblade.;
[01:29.06]F1:Rollerblade?  [incredulous]You're  rollerblading?;
[01:31.82]Karen:Well,we're   trying to...Oh no,   whoa,oh dear.Ouch!;
[01:43.99]Conversation Is it helping1?;
[01:48.81]Exercise A. Listen and practice.;
[01:54.74]Susan:It's a beautiful   day.Let's do   something.;
[01:59.63]Andy:I know.How   about going to the   beach?;
[02:02.37]Kevin:I'm sorry,but   I'm busy today.I   have to work.;
[02:08.94]Susan:Hi.What are   you doing? Nathan:We're trying   to rollerblade.;
[02:15.34]Andy:Hey Mom,let's   go with them. Susan:Andy,what are   you doing?;
[02:24.37]Andy:I'm pushing you.   Is it helping? Susan:No,it isn't.   But thanks,anyway.;
[02:33.77]Susan:Andy,be   careful.You're   going too fast.;
[02:40.81]Andy:No,I'm not.   You're taking too   long.;
[02:47.72]Susan:Slow down,Andy   Wait for me. Andy:Bye.See you   later.;
[02:56.55]Susan:Yeah,   see you later.;
[03:02.58]Grammar in Context2 Talking about activities;
[03:08.89]Pronunciation;
[03:10.61]Exercise A. Listen to the stressed words.;
[03:15.50]He isn't working. He's studying.;
[03:19.61]They aren't studying. They're playing cards.;
[03:24.12]Exercise B. Listen.Circle the stressed words.;
[03:30.03]1.We aren't eating   dinner.We're   making dinner.;
[03:37.22]2.He isn't working.   He's reading.;
[03:44.87]3.I'm eating breakfast   I'm not   eating lunch.;
[03:54.01]4.She isn't reading.   She's studying.;
[04:02.54]5.They're shopping.   They aren't   rollerblading.;
[04:11.36]Exercise C Listen again and repeat.;
[04:18.06]1.We aren't eating   dinner.We're   making dinner.;
[04:30.31]2.He isn't working.   He's reading.;
[04:44.08]3.I'm eating   breakfast.I'm not   eating lunch.;
[04:59.32]4.She isn't reading.   She's studying.;
[05:13.75]5.They're shopping.   They aren't   rollerblading.;
[05:28.29]Vocabulary in Context;
[05:32.78]Listening;
[05:33.88]Exercise D.;
[05:35.71]Listen to the conversations.Is the person saying yes or saying no?;
[05:41.59]Check the correct box.;
[05:44.38]1.F1:Hey,let's go     rollerblading.   M1:Sorry,but I     have to go home.;
[05:52.81]2.M1:How about      eating dinner      with me?   F1:Sounds great.;
[06:00.61]3.F1:How about      helping me wash      the dishes?   M1:Um,well,OK.;
[06:10.56]4.M1:Let's go to the      beach.  F1:Maybe another  time.I have to work.;
[06:19.27]5.F1:Let's go      shopping.   M1:Sorry.I'm busy.;
[06:26.96]6.M1:How about    helping me with    my homework?;
[06:32.44]F1:Sorry,but I have    to work.;
[06:36.74]7.F1:How about going      out for      breakfast?   M1:Great idea.;
[06:44.56]8.M1:Let's play      cards.   F1:Sure.Sounds      great;
[06:53.67]Listening in Context;
[06:58.19]Listen.Write the name on the correct figure.;
[07:02.65]Ben:Hey,Annie,look.   Everyone's roller-   blading!Let's   watch them.;
[07:09.08]Annie:Sorry,but I   have to wash these   dishes.;
[07:12.06]Ben:Oh look.Casey's   falling into the   pool.Jason is run-   ning to help her!;
[07:17.90]Annie:Is Jason   helping Casey?;
[07:19.88]Ben:Yeah,she's okay.   But Nathan isn't   rollerblading   anymore.;
[07:24.63]He's sitting on the   ground.He's   laughing.;
[07:27.77]Annie:Hey,Ben.Let's   go talk to them.;
[07:30.12]I don't really have to wash these dishes now.;
[07:36.21]UNIT 5 Can you sing and dance?;
[08:03.42]Warm Up;
[08:04.61]Exercise C. Listen.You will hear three actors auditioning4.;
[08:10.70]What can they do? What can't they do? Mark the correct column.;
[08:16.75]F1:Let's start the   auditions5.Okay,   Lisa.;
[08:20.27]Can you dance[sounds of tap dancing]Good. Very good.;
[08:30.20]Thank you,Lisa. That's great.Now, Robert,can you sing?;
[08:34.80]M1:Happy birthday to   you.Happy birthday   to you.;
[08:47.04]F1:Uh huh.Thank you,   Robert.Next?Next!   Linda,I want you   to cry.Can you cry?;
[08:57.44]F2:Can I cry?[sounds   of Linda crying] F1:Do you want a   tissue?;
[09:09.74]Conversation Tasty Chicken;
[09:15.18]A.Listen and   practice.;
[09:17.38]Jason is at an audition3 for an acting7 job on TV.;
[09:22.39]F1:Okay,Jason.Well,   what can you do?   Can you sing?;
[09:26.87]Jason:Yes,I can sing   but not very well. F1:Can you dance?;
[09:32.31]Jason:Well,yes.I can   dance a little,but   not very well.;
[09:37.79]F1:You can't sing or   dance very well.   Hmm.Okay.Can you   speak Spanish?;
[09:43.41]Jason:Yes,I can.I   can speak Spanish   very well.;
[09:46.81]My parents are from Puerto Rico.;
[09:48.68]F1:Good.Now,let's   see you act.Can   you act?;
[09:52.25]Jason:Yes,of course,   I can act.But what    am I auditioning    for?;
[09:57.49]A father,a doctor, a lawyer?;
[10:01.28]F1:A father?A doctor?   No.You're auditio-   ning for the role   of Tasty Chicken.;
[10:11.84]Grammar in Context Asking about ability.;
[10:18.39]Pronunciation;
[10:20.04]Exercise A. Listen to the sound of stressed and unstressed can.;
[10:27.07]F1:(Unstressed)Can   you sing? M1:(Stressed)Yes,I   can.No,I can't.;
[10:46.87]Exercise B. Listen.Circle the stressed words.;
[10:54.09]1.Can you sing?   Yes,I can. 2.Can he ski?   No,he can't.;
[11:12.49]3.Can she dance?   Yes,she can.;
[11:22.26]4.Can they play the   guitar?   No,they can't.;
[11:33.69]Exercise C. Listen again and repeat.;
[11:41.18]1.Can you sing?   Yes,I can. 2.Can he ski?   No,he can't.;
[12:00.98]3.Can she dance?   Yes,she can.;
[12:11.74]4.Can they play the   guitar?   No,they can't.;
[12:23.64]Vocabulary in Context;
[12:28.89]Talking about nationalities and languages;
[12:32.32]Exercise B. Listen and circle the word you hear.;
[12:37.51]1.Annie can't speak   Spanish very well.;
[12:43.70]2.Stacey's grandpar-   ents can speak   French and English.;
[12:51.91]3.Ken6 can't speak   Chinese very well.;
[12:59.39]4.Phil Chen's   parents can speak   Chinese and   English.;
[13:08.28]5.Ben's grandfather   can speak   Portuguese8.;
[13:15.97]6.Stacey can't speak   Korean.;
[13:23.71]Listening in Context;
[13:28.60]Exercise A. Listen to The Date Connection.What do the people do?;
[13:35.25]Match each person with an occupation.;
[13:38.84]M1:I'm Frank   Sabatino,and this   is The Date   Connection.;
[13:49.28]Tonight,let's welcome our six young contestants9.;
[13:53.81]First,Vanessa. Vanessa is a musician.;
[13:57.86]She can play the piano,and she can sing and dance.;
[14:02.23]F1:That's right,   Frank.;
[14:03.78]Of course,I can't play the piano and dance at the same time.;
[14:08.88]M1:Let's hear it for  Vanessa.Our second  young woman is Jane  Jane is an actress.;
[14:17.09]F2:Hello.;
[14:18.34]M1:Yes,well,Jane   says she can play   baseball.;
[14:22.63]She can also play soccer,but not very well.You're a wonderful athlete.;
[14:29.09]F2:Thank you.;
[14:30.70]M1:Jane is an   actress,she can play   baseball,and she can   also play soccer.;
[14:36.94]Let's hear it for Jane.And this is Linda.Linda is a doctor.;
[14:44.15]And she can speak Spanish.Can you say something in Spanish for our audience?;
[14:50.26]F3:Hola!;
[14:51.32]M1:Hola.Hello to you   too,Linda.Be   careful of Linda.;
[14:58.09]Linda can do Karate10. Thank you,Linda.Okay so this David.;
[15:05.68]He's a writer.Can you write about dating,David?;
[15:10.31]M2:No,but I can   write about sports M1:Really?Can you   play any sports?;
[15:16.14]M2:Oh,sure.I can   play baseball and   basketball.;
[15:20.15]M1:Baseball and   basketball?;
[15:22.62]M2:Yes.I can play   soccer,but not   very well.;
[15:26.54]M1:Soccer,too?   Wonderful.Let's   hear it for David.;
[15:31.46]Our fifth young person is Don.What do you do,Don?;
[15:36.95]M3:I'm a businessman   for an interna-   tional company.;
[15:39.76]M1:Can you speak   other languages?;
[15:42.22]M3:I can speak   Japanese and   Spanish,but not   very well.;
[15:45.51]M1:Japanese and   Spanish?Wonderful.   Let's hear it for   Don.;
[15:51.61]Last,but not least, we have Ken.Ken is an engineer.;
[15:57.82]Ken can sing,and dance And careful,Linda,he can do karate, too.Welcome,Ken.;
[16:06.71]M4:Thanks a lot,   Frank.;
[16:08.27]M1:Let's have a big   round of applause   for everyone.;
[16:19.50]Exercise B. Listen again.Match each person with an activity.;
[16:28.35]M1:I'm Frank   Sabatino,and this   is The Date Conne-   ction.;
[16:39.02]Tonight,let's welcome our six young contestants.;
[16:43.56]First,Vanessa. Vanessa is a musician.;
[16:47.68]She can play the piano,and she can sing and dance.;
[16:52.12]F1:That's right,   Frank.;
[16:53.64]Of course,I can't play the piano and dance at the same time.;
[16:58.56]M1:Let's hear it for  Vanessa.Our second  young woman is Jane  Jane is an actress.;
[17:06.91]F2:Hello.;
[17:08.18]M1:Yes,well,Jane   says she can play   baseball.;
[17:12.47]She can also play soccer,but not very well.You're a wonderful athlete.;
[17:18.88]F2:Thank you.;
[17:20.60]M1:Jane is an actress,she can play baseball,and she can also play soccer.;
[17:26.80]Let's hear it for Jane.And this is Linda.Linda is a doctor.;
[17:33.99]And she can speak Spanish.Can you say something in Spanish for our audience?;
[17:40.09]F3:Hola!;
[17:41.16]M1:Hola.Hello to you   too,Linda.Be   careful of Linda.;
[17:47.98]Linda can do Karate. Thank you,Linda.Okay so this David.;
[17:55.52]He's a writer.Can you write about dating,David?;
[18:00.27]M2:No,but I can   write about sports M1:Really?Can you   play any sports?;
[18:06.02]M2:Oh,sure.I can   play baseball and   basketball.;
[18:10.04]M1:Baseball and   basketball?;
[18:12.55]M2:Yes.I can play   soccer,but not   very well.;
[18:16.48]M1:Soccer,too?   Wonderful.Let's   hear it for David.;
[18:21.64]Our fifth young person is Don.What do you do,Don?;
[18:26.86]M3:I'm a businessman   for an interna-   tional company.;
[18:29.68]M1:Can you speak   other languages?;
[18:32.18]M3:I can speak   Japanese and   Spanish,but not   very well.;
[18:35.49]M1:Japanese and   Spanish?Wonderful.   Let's hear it for   Don.;
[18:41.81]Last,but not least, we have ken.Ken is an engineer.;
[18:47.78]Ken can sing,and da- nce.And careful,Lin- da,he can do karate, too.Welcome,Ken.;
[18:56.72]M4:Thanks a lot,   Frank.;
[18:58.27]M1:Let's have a big   round of applause   for everyone.;
[19:10.63]UNIT 6 What's it like?;
[19:35.93]Warm Up;
[19:37.07]Exercise B.;
[19:38.80]Listen.What city is the person describing?Circle the correct answer.;
[19:45.78]It's a big city.You can see the ocean and mountains.;
[19:50.81]There are a lot of houses in the hills. And there are a lot of freeways.;
[19:56.07]You can drive very fast.You can visit Hollywood.;
[20:02.41]Conversation New York is very exciting!;
[20:09.22]Exercise A. Look at the story and listen.;
[20:14.28]Casey:So,Jason,where   are you from? Jason:Stony Brook11. Casey:Where's that?;
[20:18.94]Jason:It's on Long   Island,near New   York City.;
[20:21.57]Casey:New York City.   What's New York   really like?;
[20:26.37]Jason:Well,it's very   big.;
[20:28.40]There are lots of people,tall buildings, cars,and buses everywhere.;
[20:33.25]Casey:Is it exciting? Jason:Oh,yes.It's   very exciting.;
[20:36.84]Casey:Is it very   different from   Hollywood and   Los Angeles?;
[20:40.14]Jason:Yes,it is.But   Hollywood is   exciting,too,espe-   cially for actors.;
[20:45.05]Casey:That's right.   You're an actor.;
[20:47.00]Jason:Yes,I am.I'm   waiting to hear   about a new job.   Cross your fingers.;
[20:53.90]Grammar in Context Talking about location;
[21:00.53]Listening;
[21:01.85]Exercise B.;
[21:03.95]Listen.What is the person saying:in or on?Check the correct box.;
[21:12.05]1.The Empire State   Building's in New   York City.;
[21:19.22]2.San Francisco's in   California. 3.The school's on   Atlantic Street.;
[21:35.30]4.His apartment's on   University Avenue. 5.Honolulu's in   Hawaii.;
[21:51.32]6.Atlanta's in   Georgia. 7.Hollywood's in   Los Angeles.;
[22:06.13]8.Capitol Records is   on Vine Street.;
[22:15.16]Grammar in Context Describing specific features of places;
[22:22.99]Pronunciation;
[22:24.74]Exercise B. Hollywood has three syllables13: Holl+y+wood.;
[22:35.25]Listen to these words.Write the number of syllables in each word.;
[22:41.90]1.Hollywood.   Hollywood is in   California.;
[23:01.03]2.Michigan.Michigan   is in the North.;
[23:20.01]3.Los Angeles.What's   Los Angeles like?;
[23:39.88]4.San Francisco.Is   San Francisco near   Los Angeles?;
[24:03.68]5.New York City.New   York City is   exciting.;
[24:24.70]6.San Diego.San   Diego is near   Mexico.;
[24:48.69]Exercise C. Listen.Circle the stressed syllable12 in the words above.;
[24:58.75]1.Hollywood 2.Michigan 3.Los Angeles;
[25:22.31]4.San Francisco 5.New York City 6.San Diego;
[25:50.32]Exercise D. Listen again and repeat.;
[25:57.66]1.Hollywood 2.Michigan 3.Los Angeles;
[26:13.51]4.San Francisco 5.New York City 6.San Diego;
[26:32.83]Listening in Context;
[26:37.19]Exercise A.;
[26:38.65]Jason is planning a vacation.Stacey and Casey are helping.Listen.;
[26:45.66]Write Newport Beach or Malibu under the correct photograph.;
[26:51.50]Casey:Jason is   planning his   vacation.Let's   help him.;
[26:55.57]Stacey:Okay.Jason,   where are you   going?;
[26:58.29]Jason:I don't know.   Maybe Newport   Beach--or Malibu?;
[27:03.94]Casey:Well,Malibu's   beautiful. Stacey:Wait--let's   make a list.;
[27:08.46]Jason:Okay.Let's see  Malibu's--beautiful Stacey:But it's   boring.;
[27:14.39]Jason:Malibu--   boring.;
[27:17.61]Stacey:Newport Beach   is exciting.And   it's near here.;
[27:21.90]Jason:Hmm.Newport   Beach--exciting   and nearby.;
[27:26.60]Casey:Yes,but   Newport Beach is   noisy at night.;
[27:30.37]Malibu is quiet.The beach is very clean and surfing is great.;
[27:36.61]Jason:Okay,Newport  Beach--noisy.Malibu  --quiet and clean  beach.;
[27:43.95]Stacey:Yeah.But   there are a lot of   good restaurants   in Newport Beach.;
[27:48.15]Casey:You and food,   Stacey.They're   good but they're   very busy.;
[27:53.07]There are always a lot of people.And what about all the cars?;
[27:57.76]There are a lot of cars in Newport Beach.The streets are very crowded.;
[28:03.13]In Malibu the streets are empty. My vote is for Malibu.;
[28:07.83]Stacey:But you   aren't going!;
[28:09.17]Jason:Okay.Okay.   Let's look at the   list.;
[28:14.20]Exercise B. Listen again.Circle the words about Newport Beach.;
[28:23.76]Underline the words about Malibu.;
[28:27.12]Casey:Jason is   planning his   vacation.Let's   help him.;
[28:31.37]Stacey:Okay.Jason,   where are you   going?;
[28:34.09]Jason:I don't know.   Maybe Newport   Beach--or Malibu?;
[28:39.70]Casey:Well,Malibu's   beautiful. Stacey:Wait--let's   make a list.;
[28:44.24]Jason:Okay.Let's see  Malibu's--beautiful Stacey:But it's   boring.;
[28:50.20]Jason:Malibu--   boring.;
[28:53.37]Stacey:Newport Beach   is exciting.And   it's near here.;
[28:57.66]Jason:Hmm.Newport   Beach--exciting   and nearby.;
[29:02.30]Casey:Yes,but   Newport Beach is   noisy at night.;
[29:06.06]Malibu is quiet.The beach is very clean and surfing is great;
[29:12.37]Jason:Okay,Newport  Beach--noisy.Malibu  --quiet and clean  beach.;
[29:19.75]Stacey:Yeah.But   there are a lot of   good restaurants   in Newport Beach.;
[29:23.85]Casey:You and food,   Stacey.They're   good but they're   very busy.;
[29:28.82]There are always a lot of people.And what about all the cars?;
[29:33.45]There are a lot of cars in Newport Beach.The streets are very crowded.;
[29:38.86]In Malibu the streets are empty. My vote is for Malibu.;
[29:43.56]Stacey:But you   aren't going!;
[29:44.90]Jason:Okay.Okay.   Let's look at the   list.;
 


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1 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.帮助人的,辅助的
参考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
2 context DZnyc     
n.背景,环境,上下文,语境
参考例句:
  • You can always tell the meaning of a word from its context.你常可以从上下文中猜出词义来。
  • This sentence does not seem to connect with the context.这个句子似乎与上下文脱节。
3 audition 8uazw     
n.(对志愿艺人等的)面试(指试读、试唱等)
参考例句:
  • I'm going to the audition but I don't expect I'll get a part.我去试音,可并不指望会给我个角色演出。
  • At first,they said he was too young,but later they called him for an audition.起初,他们说他太小,但后来他们叫他去试听。
4 auditioning ba6c8c8153080b3707893ba512a10a44     
vi.试听(audition的现在分词形式)
参考例句:
  • She was auditioning for the role of Lady Macbeth. 她试演了麦克佩斯夫人的角色。
  • Which part are you auditioning for? 你试音什么角色? 来自《简明英汉词典》
5 auditions e5157b20249609404011a5fbf4ffb336     
n.(对拟做演员、歌手、乐师等人的)试听,试音( audition的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Find modeling auditions, casting calls& acting auditions, all in one place. 找一个立体感试听,铸造呼叫和表演试听一体的地方。 来自互联网
  • We are now about to start auditions to find a touring guitarist. 我们现在准备找一个新的吉他手。 来自互联网
6 ken k3WxV     
n.视野,知识领域
参考例句:
  • Such things are beyond my ken.我可不懂这些事。
  • Abstract words are beyond the ken of children.抽象的言辞超出小孩所理解的范围.
7 acting czRzoc     
n.演戏,行为,假装;adj.代理的,临时的,演出用的
参考例句:
  • Ignore her,she's just acting.别理她,她只是假装的。
  • During the seventies,her acting career was in eclipse.在七十年代,她的表演生涯黯然失色。
8 Portuguese alRzLs     
n.葡萄牙人;葡萄牙语
参考例句:
  • They styled their house in the Portuguese manner.他们仿照葡萄牙的风格设计自己的房子。
  • Her family is Portuguese in origin.她的家族是葡萄牙血统。
9 contestants 6183e6ae4586949fe63bec42c8d3a422     
n.竞争者,参赛者( contestant的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The competition attracted over 500 contestants representing 8 different countries. 这次比赛吸引了代表8个不同国家的500多名参赛者。
  • Two candidates are emerging as contestants for the presidency. 两位候选人最终成为总统职位竞争者。 来自《简明英汉词典》
10 karate gahzT     
n.空手道(日本的一种徒手武术)
参考例句:
  • Alice's boyfriend knew a little karate.艾丽斯的男朋友懂一点儿空手道。
  • The black belt is the highest level in karate.黑腰带级是空手道的最高级别。
11 brook PSIyg     
n.小河,溪;v.忍受,容让
参考例句:
  • In our room we could hear the murmur of a distant brook.在我们房间能听到远处小溪汩汩的流水声。
  • The brook trickled through the valley.小溪涓涓流过峡谷。
12 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。
13 syllables d36567f1b826504dbd698bd28ac3e747     
n.音节( syllable的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • a word with two syllables 双音节单词
  • 'No. But I'll swear it was a name of two syllables.' “想不起。不过我可以发誓,它有两个音节。” 来自英汉文学 - 双城记
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