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人教版高中英语必修五Module 5《Unit 3 Life in the future》ppt课件

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1. In + 一段时间+ years’ time = in +一段时间+years 在。。。之后 (1)There will be great changes in ten years’ time. (2)Many people will change their attitudes towards these new in two years’ time things( ). a. in two year time b. in two years’ time c. d. in two years time in two-years time 2. aspect n. (3)He considered this question from all aspects. 3.face v. face sth. =be faced with sth. (4)I was faced with a new problem. Faced (5)Their house faces east. (6)( )with so much trouble, we failed to complete the task on time. a. faced b. face c. facing d. to face (7)They will have overcome these difficulties in two years. 5.impression n. impress v. impress sb. With sth. be impressed by / with … impress sth. On / upon sb. impressive adj. an impressive story (8)What’s your first impression of Beijing? (9)We were deeply impressed by / with his heroic deeds. (10)The boy with glasses ( ) the judge with his attitude impressed and sense of humor. a. impressed b. caused c. aided d. preferred 6.take up (11)If I didn’t take up the challenge, it would mean I had failed. (12)I won’t take up any more of your time. 7. remind sb. of sth. remind sb. to do sth. remind sb. about sth. (13)Remind me to buy stamps. (14)( what ) he said reminded me ( a. of experience. ) my terrible what, on b. what, of c. which, of d. that, of 8.similar adj. be similar to (15)Your view on education are similar to mine. 9.Previous adj. previous to (16)Who was the previous owner of the house? (17)Previoue to coming here, I worked in London. 10.moment n. (18)That was one of the happiest moments of my life. 11.feel +adj. / n. … appear, become, get, go, grow, keep, look, remain, seem, smell, sound, taste, turn, stay. (19)On hearing the news of the accident in the coal mine , she ( pale. a. ) stayed b. changed c. went went d. appeared ) louder and louder as the band grew (20)The sound of the music ( marched nearer to us. a. grew b. felt c. appeared d. remained 12. surrounding adj. surroundings n. (21)It took me a few weeks to get used to the new surroundings. 13.tolerate v. tolerant adj. tolerance n. (22)The school cannot tolerate cheating on exams. 14.be back on one’s feet (23)It took him two years to be back on his feet. 15.Sight n. lose one’s sight have a good sight ( bad / poor ) catch sight of lose sight of in sight out of sight at the sight of (24)I caught sight of her hurrying away. (25)For miles around me there was nothing but a desert, without a single plant or tree



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