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I met Amy and Elena’s mother at the mall yesterday. French bread and cheese 老王分工专管cáiwù(财务∕财物) 他在办公室看材料。 我想起来了。 这西瓜不大∕好吃。(西瓜味道好。) 这西瓜∕不大好吃。(西瓜味道不好。) 无鱼肉∕也可,无粮米∕也可。(没有鱼和肉可以,没 有粮和米也可以。) 无鱼∕肉也可,无粮∕米也可。(没有鱼,肉也可以; 没有粮,米也可以。)

部队已经走了三天了。(行走∕离开) 这菜不热了。(这菜已经凉了。∕这菜不用加 热了。) 我要炒白菜。(将要∕需要) 这个人谁都不认识。(这个人不认识任何人。 ∕任何人都不认识这个人。) 他的小说看不完。(他写的小说看不完。∕他 收藏的小说看不完。) 开刀的是他的父亲。(父亲是病人,要开刀∕ 父亲是医生,由他主刀)

1. Some people might think this positive change is _____ to me, that perhaps I have some incredible determination, persistence or discipline to pull this off. A. inclusive B. exclusive C. elusive D. conclusive 2. During the festival and celebration, you can appreciate the music and dance with _____ features. A. distinct B. distinction C. distinctive D. distinctly 3. As many scholars have pointed out, the _____ orientation of traditional Chinese philosophy is the concern about how to live one’s life, rather than finding out the truth about reality. A. predominant B. predictive C. prescribed D. presumable 4. Food is apt to _____ in summer A. reciprocate B. recollect C. underestimate D. deteriorate

5. What you eat is the fuel that you give to your body and you hope that this fuel will give you enough energy to finish all your tasks, to _____ daily stress and to have some fun. A. withstand B. withhold C. withdraw D. wither 6. The connections and protocols that show how these participants _____ to do so. A. interact B. interchange C. interconnect D. intercede 7. He warns these countries will not be able to push the world economy out of a renewed _____. A. proceed B. recount C. slump D. detach 8. I guess that makes me an _____ of death panels. A. generation B. stream C. transition D. advocate

9. There's always going to be something of indeterminate age in your kitchen, and you may be tempted to ____, poke, and then taste it. A. exhaust B. motivate C. animate D. sniff 10. How well do you know your chopstick _____? A. strategy B. habit C. policy D. etiquette 11. If I had been there, I would not have let him ____you. A. destiny B. vanity C. bully D. sanity 12. Sometimes apologies are offered not to make ____ with victims but to signal to an external audience that one is a good person. A. demands B. amends C. commands D. countermands

13. He is ____ in character with his wife. A. identical B. distinguished C. resembled D. furnished 14. With credit cards, she went into the _____ for failing to pay back her money. A. re

d B. green C. black D. white 15. Up from the Hani Rice Terraces, in the mountains above Yuanyang, the water flowing down to irrigate the fields looks _____ clear, and the air is clean A. diamond B. crystal C. jade D. gold 16. All visitors to the ____ must report to the main service desk. A. extension B. execution C. extraction D. exhibition

17. How do you think of your _____ in written and spoken English? A. proficiency B. profession C. prohibition D. prosperity 18. One area where this gap is often revealed is in a _____ between dedicated resources and estimated costs A. discrepancy B. disruption C. discomfort D. dissatisfaction 19. This is because if each cell has separate hardware, it provides complete hardware and network _____ between the cells. A. manipulation B. isolation C. representation D. recommendation 20. Bamboo is light because it is _____. A. vacant B. hollow C. occupied D. invaded

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4 Do you agree that men can give boys better advice than women when they are stuck in setbacks? Why / Why not?

Yes. Men will understand the male point of view better and conversely women will understand a female point of view better. So each gender will give the best advice to someone of their own gender.

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4 Do you agree that men can give boys better advice than women when they are stuck in setbacks? Why / Why not? No, to understand setbacks in the search for work is not a gender issue. I think anyone who knows the situation can give good advice, whether they are male or female.

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2. What is the best investment that you can make in your future. (Sample answer) The best investment is in education: ? a human investment in knowledge and skills which lead to a good job later; ? help us to develop as people.

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2. What is the best investment that you can make in your future. (Sample answer) But education without experience doesn’t make a sound investment:
? Need not only some qualifications, but also the opportunity to get working experience; ? Otherwise, new graduates expect to get good jobs but since they have no real working experience they are only offered ordinary work opportunities. ? Invest in experience by doing part-time jobs, partly for money and partly for investment in experience.
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4. Should the government give students interestfree loans to help them survive their period of study? (Sample answers)
Yes. Without the loans, many students who are capable would not be able to complete a degree because they wouldn’t be able to afford the fees and living expenses. If so only students of richer families can get a good education.

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4. Should the government give students interestfree loans to help them survive their

period of study? (Sample answers)
No. If there were lonely a few students, I would probably agree. But the problem is that there are an increasing number of students as our universities expand, so if there are more students and therefore more interest-free loans, this will eventually create a problem because the government is subsidizing education when it could get more money by investing the money at a better rate of interest.
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5. Do you think that any work experience, even if negative, is useful for the rest of your career? Problems: Once you are in a lower-paid job you tend to stay there because: ? You don’t have enough time and energy to search for a better job because you are working long hours; ? Employer doesn’t like because he thinks that if you didn’t get a good job before, you are not good enough for their post now.
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5. Do you think that any work experience, even if negative, is useful for the rest of your career? Yes. ?You have the determination to work; ? You can demonstrate what you have

learnt even in a negative experience; ? You can show that you are a hard-worker; ? You will learn and develop as a person.

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Really big change

Agree vs. Disagree
Superficial change of style

Emails/texting change the way we write short informal messages There is much information to read The internet gives us information quickly

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The basic grammar is normal and what looks different is mostly abbreviation & informal ways of saying sth. It just means we need to select what we read carefully, but you could have said that before the internet was developed. We cannot necessarily read the information more quickly than we could without the internet.
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Different, but overlapping sometimes Some may read for enlightenment, not for pleasure, but for job or studies. Some read for fun without a serious purpose.

Some may choose to read for pleasure, but meanwhile hope to find deeper ides or reflections about life, etc.

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1. What reasons can you think of to explain the correlation between hemlines and the stock market? Possibility 1 ? the stock market rises – more money to spend on fashionable clothes, which happen to have higher hemlines ? the stock market falls – less money – more conservative clothes which happen to have lower hemlines Possibility 2 Back ? the correlation = chance or coincidence for a

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2. Is fashion a form of art or an excuse for making money? For the designers and manufacturers ?fashion – money; a market device – art For customers wearing fashionable clothes ?nicer – the expensive fashion as art, rather than simply as expensive clothes Fact ?fashion could be art + a money-

making
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3. Can fashion express feelings and emotions, or make political statements? ? fashion can express feelings ? colour and style – different emotions – different colours and styles fashion can make a political statement through association ? culture and convention: Green clothing – a signal of environmental awareness; some political groups – particular colours fashion might express the mood of the times Back ? optimism or innovation, conservativism or

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4. Should fashion designers try to express the traditions of the culture they work in?

They should
?identify some aspect of their cultural traditions with their clothes, but traditions + innovations ?depends on the individual designer –
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5. Is it moral to spend money on fashion items which you replace the next season? buying new fashion items each year ?hardly a moral question buying unnecessary clothes because the fashion has changed ?moral implications: wasting money and resources – the clothes perhaps could last for many years
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5. Is it moral to spend money on fashion items which you replace the next season? rather than simply throwing the unfashionable clothes away → recycling or → a charity for poor people – diminish the bad moral implications of fashion buying
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1. Why do people wear jewellery?

Some religious groups wear specific jewellery: Many Christians – a cross – Christ and his sacrifice; Sikhs – a dagger for defence, to prevent violence and to show the power of the truth to cut trough untruth – it represents the cutting edge of the mind Adults of some tribes or communities: certain kinds of jewellery

Some groups of womenBack Indian: in

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2. Do men and women appreciate jewellery in the same way? rather hard to say A few years ago women had a better appreciation of jewellery than men – women wear jewellery now many men wearing rings, earrings and necklaces + men can appreciate the jewellery that women wear So men and women both appreciate jewellery
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2. Do men and women appreciate jewellery in the same way? Perhaps those who wear jewellery appreciate it more deeply. many more men who are jewellers than women → men appreciate it more – anyone can appreciate jewellery in different ways, whether you are male or female
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3. “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Is this proverb true of jewellery too?
In some ways, it isn’t true. Jewellery hasn’t changedLPP52406 very much in hundreds of years Example 1 jewellery found in ancient tombs still considered beautiful today

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3. “Beauty is

in the eye of the beholder.” Is this proverb true of jewellery too?
Example 2 facial decoration where people make holes in the noses or ears for huge gold or wooden ornaments many of us would not consider that beautiful, but the wearers do → Perhaps for jewellery the proverb should be, “Beauty is in the eye of the wearer.”
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4. Is it worthwhile to spend a lot of money on jewels which have no useful function? some rich people think so! – either really like to wear jewellery or think it is art + it will be worth more in the future→ a kind of investment – worthwhile me I’d like to wear jewels and if they were worth a lot of money I would feel bad about wearing them in case something happened – not worthwhile.
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5. Do you think most people share

Cowen’s views about recycling waste
items as jewellery?

No, because I don’t think many people
have thought about waste items like this. I

haven’t thought about it.
After all, most rubbish that you throw out

wouldn’t really make jewellery, would it?
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Work in groups and discuss the questions, each group with one question only.
1.How have credit cards changed people’s attitude to money? 2.Is it immoral to encourage people to spend money that they don’t have? 3.If companies or businesses get into debt by overspending, should they be helped by the state? 4.Should schools teach children about money management? 5.Would the world be able to function without banks? If so, would it be a better place to live in?

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1. How have credit cards changed people’s attitude to

money?
easy to buy things or pay for services without handling money easy to lose track of what you are spending more casual & carefree attitudes to money spend encourage some people to get into debt more when they cannot afford to do so.
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a credit limit which allows an overdraft

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2. Is it immoral to encourage people to spend money that

they don’t have? immoral because

the credit card system invites people to get into debt

try their best to pay off their debts as soon as possible
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make the effort to help people who later get into financial difficulty instead of simply punishing them with high interest rates

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3. If companies or businesses get into debt by overspending, should they be helped by the state?
crucial to the economy and to the lives of most people however 2 issues 1) how the help will be given and what conditions are made to the companies; 2) which companies will receive help— there have to be publicized criteria about which companies are considered to be vital for society.
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4. Should schools teach children about money management? an essential t

opic ?financial calculations ? setting goals, planning in steps & making decisions ?ethics and morality in money management ? relating money management to family life and personals & household budgets
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bring together different aspects of money management to create a focus for children

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5. Would the world be able to function without banks? If so, would it be a better place to live in? lend money and financed 11th &12th important local and international trade or centuries indispensable wars 19th century deposits, loans, credit transfer through cheques etc crucial state functions, national and 20th century international commerce, business, and personal and family money management The present world can’t really function without them but it would be a happier place if banks gave priority to trust, security and public benefits.
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Work in pairs and discuss the questions. First think of arguments and reasons for agreeing, then for disagreeing.
1. Is it immoral to marry for money?

2. Do you agree that finding an ideal partner is a matter of luck?
3. Do you agree that money is a major cause in the

breakdown of relationships?
4. Does the ability to manage money well come from experience, or does good advice count too?

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1. Is it immoral to marry for money? Marriage may involve financial aspects, but money is not the basis for a long lasting relationship.

? It is difficult to say that some reasons are more moral than others. ? Everybody does different things for money and they are not all immoral, such as paid work.
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2. Do you agree that finding an ideal partner is a matter of luck? You have to cross the person which seems ideal to you off your list he/she is already married or has a close friend.

Love is not a lucky chance, it is created from opportunities and a loving relationship comes gradually, not instantly.

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3. Do you agree that money is a major cause in the breakdown of relationships? Many reasons for the breakdowns: people change their mind about each other, or change their character and, or one person suddenly gets bored and finds a new person more attractive. It is a reason that is not often brought out into the open. ? easier to talk about another person’s bad character or lack of faithfulness and blame them in those ways for a breakup ? avoid blaming oneself: money and finances are shared.
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4. Does the ability to manage money well come from experience, or does good advice count too? ?People make mistakes with money and learn to manage it. ? People only accept advice which comes after experience. ? Ignoring advice will lead to poor money management with bad consequences. ? Advice is actually given on the basis of p

eople’s own experience.
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1. Are there any stereotypes about gender? Different social groups may have different stereotypes about differences between men and women, how they should behave and what roles they should adopt at home or at work. parts of Africa women should work in the fields or in the market but not men. girls do not need to be literate or educated because they will remain at home looking after a family.
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middle eastern groups

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3. Do you think workplaces are usually sexist? Depend on the workplace sexist people’s attitudes towards gender issues are traditional and nobody has really tried to change them on the attitudes of the leaders and managers

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4. Should men and women wear similar clothes in the workplace? factories, laboratories & hospitals sports, athletics & military services a white coat or overalls for protection or hygiene an uniform similar but appropriate & normal

as long as people are smart and wear different clothes dress appropriately for the context of their work
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1. How much influence can one person have on the history of their country? individuals ? The forces of history ? Some people meet the demands of history ? China would have been united by someone else if there had been no Qin Emperor. Britain had other potential leaders than Churchill. ? Things are not inevitable Germany did not have to have a leader like Hitler. Back



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2. What characteristics does a national leader need to have?

a vision of what the country should be trying to achieve imagination

strength of will

an understanding of what people want and an ability to communicate
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2. What characteristics does a national leader need to have?

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3. Does a national leader need to have similar characters as those of people they lead, or should they be very different? ? a bit of both. ? The leader in tune with the people, or no support or cooperation: A pacifist cannot lead an aggressive society ? But if the leader is too like the people, one wonders who is leading and who following. Back

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4. Are some leaders more or less respected internationally than in their own countries, and why? ? Yes, it can happen. ? If a leader spends a lot of time on foreign affairs and peace-making, it may impress the international world, but inside the country people may say the government is neglecting domestic issues. ? An aggressive leader Back may seem very

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Work in pairs and discuss the questions. 1. How important do you think historical accuracy is in works of art (film, books, plays, paint

ings etc)? 2. Which do you find more memorable: attending a history lesson or watching a film about a historical event? 3. Do you know any historical events that are interpreted differently by different people, and why? 4. Does knowledge of history affect how you feel about the present and future?

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1. How important do you think historical accuracy is in works of art (film, books, plays, paintings etc)? A painting of an important moment in history needs to create a mood and make the importance clear. The true details are not important – may even be unsuitable. If Napoleon had a cold at a great battle, the painter won’t show him sneezing unless he is trying to mock the man. As a great general, Napoleon must be More shown planning and leading.

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1. How important do you think historical accuracy is in works of art (film, books, plays, paintings etc)? I can see that describing any event means we interpret it, but I think an artist as much as a historian has a dutyIfto keep to facts. had lots of love affairs, someone in history
it is false to show them as the prefect husband.

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2. Which do you find more memorable: attending a history lesson or watching a film about a historical event? Definitely, watching a film about a historical event is more memorable. Even if you have learnt something in a history class and believe it, if you see a film which shows events differently, it will be hard to remember the true version.
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3. Do you know any historical events that are interpreted differently by different people, and why? A Western capitalist historian might think China in the nineteenth century was out-of-date and unreasonably blocking trade. In the interests of economic growth Chinese ports had to be opened up and the taking of Hong Kong was part
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3. Do you know any historical events that are interpreted differently by different people, and why? A Chinese historian is likely to talk about the horrors of opium addiction and the immorality of greedy merchants who in modern terms were simply international drug dealers. Reasons nationalism + victims like to remember + evil-doers forget
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4. Does knowledge of history affect how you feel about the present and future? Yes. most people in China proud of much of our early history and achievements shocked at what happened during the last days of the Lin Zexu’s campaign to suppress opium in Humen Qing Dynasty Lesson from history We need to be strong because the weak usually Back

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5. What current events do you think will become important historical events? The election of an African-American President, discoveries in genetics, China’s

volcano eruption in Iceland

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1. If your house could tell its story, what would it say?

My house would tell you about its grand days when a rich family lived in it, followed by hard days with many people coming and going. Then things would improve but it would be rather crowded. More recently it would remember being repaired with new appliances being fitted. Now the families are smaller. It would remember me as a sweet child too!
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2. Would you prefer to live in an old building or a new one, and why? I prefer old buildings. They have more character, and I think many were better built in the old days.

A new one as it is likely to be more comfortable, so I can get a good view.

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3. Do you think old houses should be saved and restored, or should they be pulled down and the land used to provide homes for more families? Different people have different opinions We must be practical. High-rise buildings can house far more people. Old houses waste land.
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We don’t want everywhere to look the same. Old buildings make a place more interesting. A town exists in time as well as space.

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4. To what extent do you think old buildings are part of the local or national heritage, or are they symbols of an unnecessary and sentimental attachment to the past? I think to try to protect all old buildings just because they are old would be, as the question says, “an unnecessary and sentimental attachment to the past”. But if the buildings are of a high quality they are part of our heritage. Chinese culture is too old and valuable for us simply to forget the past.

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1. What features of your personal home, and your home, the planet Earth, do you feel are important?
clean air, sunrises, blue oceans, fields of rice, rolling hills, trees in blossom with the sounds of birds and insects.
warmth, physical comfort, belongings, memories

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2 . Which of these features do you feel responsible for?

I must take some responsibility for them all.

I must strive to keep my family harmonious, clean and comfortable, and try to behave in an environmentally responsible way.

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3. What do you think our homes will look like in 30 or 40 years? I think they will be far smarter with their own solar power and water recycling systems. Perhaps robots will take care of them. We will be able to phone in our commands so everything is as we wish it when we return form work – or perhaps we won’t need to go to work as it will be done over the Internet.

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4. What are the threats to our homes, and who should take responsibility for protecting them? Pollution, criminal behaviour and undesirable

social trends. We are all members of society and must all work to improve it, but we need leadership and that needs to come from the government.

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5 . Can you think of a song, a poem or other piece of writing which describes the pleasures of home life in China and a sense of belonging?

The song Jixiang Sanbao

(吉祥三宝)

The film Go Home often to See Your Parents (常回家看看)
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Work in pairs and discuss the questions.

1. Do you agree that constructing large monuments and buildings is a way of demonstrating a country’s strength? 2. Why do you think great height is important for religious structures? 3. The writer shows a contrast between the opinions of noted artists and common people. Do you think a difference of opinion between these two classes is common? What might be some reasons for this? 4. Why would an opposing army especially seek to destroy a symbolic

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1. Do you agree that constructing large monuments and buildings is a way of demonstrating a country’s strength? Yes an outward sign of a country’s wealth and engineering skills – give a city or a country dignity No superficial! many of the buildings may be put up by foreign companies or hotel chains. Neutral grand buildings are a way of showing strength butBack necessarily a not

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2. Why do you think great height is important for religious structures? not always so Chinese temples never very tall – though perhaps Buddhist pagodas are an exception Gods are believed to live in the sky – tall buildings express a desire to reach the heavens Religions often powerful – their
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3. The writer shows a contrast between the opinions of noted artists and common people. Do you think a difference of opinion between these two classes is common? What might be some reasons for this? Yes, I think this is usual China attempt to make intellectuals closer to the needs and views of the masses, but difficult to achieve Reason a matter of class and ideology – the elite want to be different from the Back common people

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4. Why would an opposing army especially seek to destroy a symbolic monument? to break the spirit of the people to show them that their past no longer meant anything a great Hitler vowed insult to destroy someone’s to destroy it. treasures
Napoleon at Moscow
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5. Do you think it is common or unusual for a major building to change its purpose and its image over time? Examples The Forbidden City → a tourist attraction and symbol of Beijing The Great Pyramid from a tomb to a symbol of Egypt The Tate Modern Gallery in London ← a power station.
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1. Do you think the compa

rison between architecture and language is a good one? What else could you compare architecture to? Yes, it works well in the passage.
We communicate ideas and feelings through language and art.

A building has a message apart from its simple function.

architecture and music inspiring, deafening, impressive, dull, pretty, amusing
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2. Does the writer think the practical or the aesthetic meaning of architecture is more important? How do you know? Do you agree with the writer’s point of view? the writer more the second half of the passage very enthusiastic the first half on the function – the discussion of the post-war blocks of flats in Britain →not attack the appearance but their failure to meet their

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Do not separate the two sides of a building – form and function! some buildings more artistic, more like poems than others but all have something more than use.
Zang House

the igloo functional yet also potentially beautiful
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3. Do you think most people find the same meaning in the same buildings? Why/Why not?
Colosseum

a quite different effect

power and display
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Suzhou house in its garden

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3. Do you think most people find the same meaning in the same buildings? Why/Why not? different perspectives of a castle war and the bloody cruelty of the past social unfairness and the oppression of the peasants a romantic past of brave deeds an engineer might only think of the
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some buildings like Rorschach tests (psychological tests). Example a bird’s nest in the National Stadium – if no one told you, you

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4. Discuss some buildings that you are both familiar with. What is their “prose” meaning? What is their “poetry” meaning? Terminal 3 of Beijing Airport its prose meaning passengers check in, do shopping, eat, use toilets, wait, do immigration formalities, collect their luggage and so on its poetry meaning modernity, Back


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