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Unit 7 Where would you like to visit? I.Learning objectives 教学目标

II. Teaching materials analyzing and rearranging 教材分析和重组

1. 教材分析


Section A

该部分有4个模块:第一模块围绕Where would you like to go on vacation? 这一话题展开写(1a)、听(1b)、说(1c)训练;第二模块围绕the intentions and the difficulties we would meet when traveling进行听(2a, 2b)、说(2c)训练;第三模块继续就上两个模块中的travel places这一话题展开训练,训练形式为给出景点特征的形容词或名词,模仿本单元的句型对话(3a, 3b);第四模块是对话训练,通过描述景点的优缺点谈论自己对旅游景点的审美情趣(4)。

Section B

该部分有4个模块:第一模块是词汇或句型复习,谈论的话题是度假时应注意的重要问题(1);第二模块给出一段对Jeff的介绍(模拟Jeff在旅游公司工作),谈论旅游中想做的事情和不想做的事情,主要通过听(2a, 2b)、说(2c)的方式来练习(表演对话);第三模块围绕offer advice to travellers 这一话题展开阅读(3a)和写作(3b)训练;第四模块就an ideal place for a school trip这一话题以口语训练形式展开小组活动(4)。

Self check

该部分有2个模块:第一模块以填空形式对所学词汇进行训练(1);第二模块是借助风景名胜图片展开写作训练,谈谈喜欢或不喜欢某个旅游景点的理由(2)。 Reading

该部分共设置了4项任务:第一项任务以谈论梦想和希望的方式加深学生对前几项任务的理解和一些重要知识的记忆(Section 1);第二项任务要求学生通过快速阅读筛选、获取信息(Section 2, Section 3: 3a-3c);第三项任务利用讨论、问答等形式加深学生对阅读内容的理解(3d);第四项任务要求学生列举、描述实现自己理想的方式、步骤(Section 4)。

2. 教材重组和课时分配

Period 1 (Section A: 1a, 1b, 1c)

New function presenting

Period 2 (Section A: 2a, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 4)


Period 3 (Section B: 1, 2a, 2b, 2c)

Vocabulary building

Period 4 (Section B: 3a, 3b, 4)

Integrating skills

Period 5 (Self check: 1, 2)


Period 6 (Reading: Section 1—Section 4)


III. Teaching plans for each period


Period 1 New function presenting

Language goals 语言目标

1. Words && expressions 生词和短语

tiring, relaxing, educational, peaceful, jungle

2. Key sentences 重点句子 (P52)

Where would you like to go on vacation, Sam?

Ability goals 能力目标

Enable the Ss to talk about places they would like to visit.

Emotion && attitude goals 情感和态度目标

Enable the Ss to love the nature.

Strategy goals 策略目标

Listening for key words.

Culture awareness goals文化意识目标

Learn about some scenery spots around the world.

Teaching important points教学重点

Talk about places you would like to visit and the intentions.

Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式

Step I Lead-in (1a: P52)

T: Have you ever been to the Great Wall?

S1: Yes, I have been to.

S2: No, I have never been to.

T: I have been to the Great Wall. Last summer I visited it. I like the Great Wall very much. Besides, I would like to visit the Summer Palace. How about you?

S3: I’d like to visit Qingdao next summer vacation.

S4: I would like to pay a visit to Xi’an.

T: I’d like to visit the Summer Palace, because it’s exciting.

Write the word “exciting” on the blackboard.

T: Do you know what this word really means? Can you think of something else that is exciting? I will give you some clues. For example, it was an exciting day when I went swimming with my friends.

S5: Yes, I guess it means something that makes us happy. We can say that collecting

stamps, going swimming and going shopping are all exciting.

T: Good. That’s right. Do you know which words have the opposite meaning? S6: “Boring” is just the opposite of “exciting”, I think.

T: Yes, Good. Can you make a sentence with these two words?

S6: Yes, let me try. Having a vacation is exciting while playing chess is boring. T: You did a good job. Can you give me some words to describe a vacation?

Then list the words “tiring”, “educational”, “peaceful”, “relaxing”, “thrilling” and “fascinating” on the blackboard.


T: Most of you have been to different places for your vacations. Some places are relaxing, while some may be thrilling and dangerous, so we must be careful on our trip. Now please open your books to page 52 and look at the posters in the picture, what can you see in the posters?

S7: In the first poster I can see a beach and a man lying on it.

T: Can you read the words?

S7: Yes. Take it easy on a Florida Beach!

T: Then if you are asked to give a brief description of the beach, which words would you like to use?

S7: I think the beach is fascinating, peaceful and exciting.

T: Very good, sit down. And who would like to say something about the second poster?

S8: Let me try. In the second poster we can see a man holding a knife. This is a poster

for a travel to Brazil. I think trekking through the Amazon jungle is dangerous and thrilling, but at the same time, it is exciting.

Step II Listening (1b: P52)

Ask the Ss what they should do before listening.

T: What should you do if you are going to do some listening practice?

S9: I think we should know, first, what we are asked to do.

T: Then what you are asked to do according to the instruction in 1b?

S10: To fill in the chart with the places that Sam and Gina would like to go to on

vacation and the reasons.

T: Good. From the chart we can see Sam wants to go to Brazil because he likes exciting vacations. Do you know where Gina wants to visit? And why? What’s more, sometimes you’d better write some key words on the paper while you are listening.

Ask the Ss to listen to the tape, finish the exx. and then check the answers.

Step III Pairwork (1c: P52)

T: Now please work in pairs. Suppose you two are the persons in the picture in 1a. Make conversations to tell your partners the place you would like to visit, the Florida beach or the Amazon jungle of Brazil? Why?

Sample dialogue 1:

S1: Where would you like to visit on vacation?

S2: I’d like to trek through the jungle. I think it must be very exciting to trek through the jungle, though it is to some extent dangerous and thrilling. What about you? S1: I would like to enjoy sunlight on the Florida beach. I like sunlight very much. Also I love the peace and beauty of the beach.

Sample dialogue 2:

S1: Where would you like to go on vacation?

S2: I would like to visit the Florida beach to relax myself. I can enjoy the sunshine on

the beach, which is good for my health. What about you?

S1: I would like to go to the Amazon jungle of Brazil. I learn from the TV program it is mysterious although it is full of danger. I like going on an expedition.

Step IV Homework

Ask the Ss to:

1. do more practice as required in 1c on page 52.

2. prepare for the next period: Think about a good place you want to travel to.

Period 2 Practice

Language goals 语言目标

1. Words && expressions 生词和短语

Niagara Falls, touristy, consider, lively, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, church, convenient, underground, general, in general, wine, unless, translate, pack

2. Key sentences 重点句子 (P53)

I love places where the people are really friendly. I hope to visit Hawaii one day. Ability goals 能力目标

Enable the Ss to talk about intentions.

Emotion && attitude goals 情感和态度目标

Enable the Ss to know some places of interest.

Strategy goals 策略目标

Listening for key words; Role playing.

Culture awareness goals文化意识目标

What makes a city great.

Teaching important points 教学重点

Talk about places you would like to visit and the intentions.

Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式

Step I Lead-in

Ask the Ss to share their ideas about their travel plans with the whole class.

T: Last period we heard some people talking about their plans for a future vacation. Then tell me your travel plans.

S1: If I had an opportunity, I’d like to visit the Great Wall. It has a long history. It’s a symbol of China. Long, long ago, ancient Chinese built it to protect against the enemy in the north. To visit the Great Wall is my dream. It’s also an educational, fascinating and exciting place to visit.

S2: I’d prefer the West Lake. It’ s a beautiful scenery spot. I think it will be interesting. And I like to visit places that can make me relaxed.


Step II Listening Practice (2a, 2b: P53)

T: Now let’s listen to some students talking about going on a vacation together. Please open your books to page 53 and read the four sentences in 2a. They are in the wrong order. After listening to the tape, write the numbers in front of the sentences to show the correct order.

Ask the Ss to listen again to finish 2b and check the answers.

Step III Pairwork (2c: P53)

T: After listening, we know that the people decide not to visit the three places because of some reasons mentioned in the listening material. I want to know what your opinions are if you can choose the above three places. Now make dialogues with your partners using the patterns on the screen.

Show the following on the screen.

I hope to visit ... some day.

I do, too. I like places where ...

Sample dialogues:

S1: I hope to visit Mexico some day.

S2: I do, too. I like places where we meet many foreigners, though we don’t know their language.

S3: But I like to visit Niagara Falls. I like places where the weather is always warm. S4: I do, too. I like places where I haven’t a lot to do.

S5: I hope to visit Hawaii some day.

S6: I do, too. I like places that are famous for resorts.


Step IV Reading (3a: P54)

T: Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I think you have known about it a lot. Then how much do you know about it? Who would like to say something about it?

S3: Paris is the capital of France. There are many famous tourist attractions in Paris. S4: I know the world-famous Eiffel Tower is in Paris.

S5: And Arch of Triumph.

T: Good. Please turn to page 54. Here is a short passage about Paris from a newspaper. It gives us more information about Paris. Read it quickly. Circle the things you like and underline the things you don’t like.

Sample answers:

Circled: it has some fantastic sights, including the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral; it’s usually quite convenient to take the underground train to most places; the wine is not expensive.

Underlined: it doesn’t have any beaches or mountains; traveling around Paris by taxi can cost a lot of money; it’s quite an expensive place; unless you speak French yourself, it’s best to travel with someone who can translate things for you.

Step V Role Play (3b: P54)

T: In general, Paris has a lot of interesting places. And there are other places in the

world which are worth visiting. Now I’ll suggest you some other cities, such as Hong Kong, Mexico City, New York and Sydney. In 3b, much information has been provided about these cities. Please work in pairs to make conversations using the information. First, who would like to read the model dialogue for us? Volunteer? After the Ss read the model dialogue, ask the Ss to make conversations and then act them out.

Sample conversation 1:

S1: Where would you like to go, Kathy?

S2: I’d like to visit Hong Kong.

S1: Isn’t it supposed to be very crowded?

S2: Yes, it is. But Hong Kong is also very interesting and it offers us a lot of


Sample conversation 2:

S1: Where would you like to go, Kathy?

S2: I’d like to visit Mexico City.

S1: Isn’t it supposed to be very relaxing?

S2: Yes, it is. But Mexico city is also exciting. We have a lot of things to do. Sample conversation 3:

S1: Where would you like to go, Kathy?

S2: I’d like to visit New York.

S1: Isn’t it supposed to be very touristy.

S2: Yes, it is. But New York is fascinating, and it has lots of wonderful galleries. Sample conversation 4:

S1: Where would you like to go, Kathy?

S2: I’d like to visit Sydney.

S1: Isn’t it supposed to be very expensive?

S2: Yes, it is. But Sydney is also beautiful and it has lots of fantastic beaches.

Step VI Homework

T: In this class, we’ve heard about some teenagers talk about “where they would like to go on vacation”. After class please do 4 on page 54.

Period 3 Vocabulary building

Language goals 语言目标

1. Words && expressions 生词和短语

convenient, wonderful, consider

2. Key sentences 重点句子

What else can you tell me? (P55)

Ability goals 能力目标

Enable the Ss to describe a scenery spot.

Emotion && attitude goals 情感和态度目标

The Ss are ready to enjoy beautiful sights in the world.

Strategy goals 策略目标

Brainstorming; Listening for specific information.

Culture awareness goals文化意识目标

Know about different places of interest around the world.

Teaching important points 教学重点

Learn how to talk about a travel spot.

Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式

Step I Revision (4: P54)

T: As we all know, in China there are many cities that have a long history, such as Xi’an and Luoyang. Do you know any other city which has a long history or has beautiful sights?

S1: Yes, I live near Shenyang. It has a long history. It used to be a capital. It also has some beautiful sights.

S2: Yes, my hometown is Hangzhou. It is one of the most beautiful cities in China.


T: Very good. Thanks. Can you think of some cities which are famous for their beautiful sights?

Ss: Yes.

T: Who would like to list some of the cities?

S3: Let me try. Guilin, Kunming, Xiamen, Suzhou, Nanjing, Wuxi ...

S4: Kaifeng, Luoyang, Xi’an, Taiyuan, Tianjin, Datong ...

T: Good. In the last period I asked you to do Pairwork on page 54. Have you finished? Sample answer 1:

Sample answer 2:

Step II Word Study (1: P55)

T: If you visit a city on vacation, what kind of things you should take into consideration? Try your best to think of as many as you can.

Ss: Are there any buses there? What if I don’t understand the language? Is it difficult to know the culture of this city? Do I like the food of the city? ...

T: Yes. There are a lot of things to think about. Now please list as many things that are important to you when you go on vacation as you can. That is, the things you must consider when you want to go on vacation.

Sample answers:

not too hot, near the ocean, have many tourist attractions, the air is fresh, can teach one something / educational, is beautiful / interesting / fun / exciting / peaceful ... Try to make the Ss use as many new words they’ve learned as possible.

Step III Listening (2a, 2b: P55)

T: Now please open your books to page 55. Let’s listen to the story about Jeff who has a summer job at a travel agency.

Play the tape for the first time, let the Ss do 2a. Then play the tape for the second time, let them do 2b. At last, play again and check the answers.

Step IV Pairwork (2c: P55)

T: Just now we have listened to the conversations between Jeff and the customers. Now suppose you are a customer of Jeff’s and your partner is Jeff, please work in pairs to make conversations. You can refer to the chart in 2b.

Sample conversation 1:

S1: Where would you like to go?

S2: I’d like to go somewhere warm.

S1: What else can you tell me?

S2: I don’t want to go somewhere cold and relaxing. And it has to be a place where there is an ocean. Thus I can enjoy sunlight every day.

S1: Well, I see ...

Sample conversation 2:

S1: Where would you like to visit?

S2: I’d like to pay a visit to somewhere thrilling and exciting.

S1: What else can you tell me?

S2: I don’t want to visit somewhere peaceful. I want to challenge myself.

S1: Well, I see ...

Step V Homework

Think of more famous cities in Europe or Asia. Write a short passage to introduce one of them.

Period 4 Integrating skills

Language goals 语言目标

1. Words && expressions 生词和短语

light, wonderful, provide, provide with, firm, spot, Confucius

2. Key sentences 重点句子 (P56)

It has to be a place where we can do lots of exercise.

The room needs to be big enough for three people.

Ability goals 能力目标

Enable the Ss to ask for and give advice for a trip.

Emotion && attitude goals 情感和态度目标

Enable the Ss to learn how to get others’ help and help others.

Strategy goals 策略目标

Using context; Transforming.

Culture awareness goals文化意识目标

Learn more about world scenery spots.

Teaching important points 教学重点

Enable the Ss to learn more about traveling.

Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式

Step I Revision

T: In the last period, I asked you to write something about a famous city and give a

brief introduction to it. Have you finished it?

A sample version:

For next summer holiday, why not consider taking a trip to London. It is the capital of UK, and it is also one of the most beautiful and liveliest cities in Europe. There aren’t mountains around it but there is a river going through it. The river is called Thames. London has a lot of beautiful sights, including the famous Westminster Church and Oxford University and Cambridge University.

It is expensive to travel around London, which is a big, crowded city. It is usually convenient for you to travel by underground train. Shopping in London costs a lot of money. As we all know, English can help you a lot in England.

Step II Reading and Writing (3a, 3b: P56)

T: We’ve heard conversations about travel last period. We know if we have problems in planning a trip, we can ask a travel agency for help. You can telephone them, write a letter to them, or write an e-mail to them. Now please read an e-mail written by S.T.Zhang on page 56. Let’s see what he wants to do. After reading, judge the statements in 3a.

A few minutes later, check the answers.

T: From your answers to 3a, I can see that you have understood the e-mail. Now imagine you work for Ace Travel Agency, please write a reply to S.T. Zhang.

A sample version:

Dear S.T. Zhang,

We are very glad to receive your e-mail. After reading it, I think I know your ideas. Our firm can offer almost every kind of services. And we decided to give you the following advice: You can go to the city of Dalian. It is a famous summer resort and is loved for its clear fresh air, blue sea, green hills. There are several beautiful beaches in Dalian, including Golden Pebble Beach, Fu Jia Zhuang Beach and the beach at Xing Hai. It’s an excellent place for swimming and water sports. When you get there, you can stay in any hotel near one of the three beaches. The price is not so

high. As for the transportation, it depends. If you have enough time, you may travel by train. In this way, you can enjoy beautiful scenery sitting in the train.


Ace Travel

Step III Groupwork (4: P56)

T: Since everyone has his own taste for travel, it’s difficult for us to agree with each other. Now I’d like you to make a survey. Please read the instructions in 4 and after you finish the survey, make conversations with your partners using the model dialogue in the box.

Sample answers:

A sample dialogue:

S1: I’d like to go to the Stone Forest in Yunnan.

S2: Why? It is hot, relaxing and expensive.

S1: But it is so beautiful.

Step IV Homework

T: Write a short passage to introduce a recent dream you had.

Period 5 Writing

Language goals 语言目标

1. Words && expressions 生词和短语

hope, pack, save, provide, cook

2. Key sentences 重点句子 (P57)

Which of these places would you like to visit most?

I’d like to go to a beautiful places.

I think it would be Paris.

Ability goals 能力目标

Enable the Ss to talk about the reasons why they would like to visit some places. Emotion && attitude goals 情感和态度目标

Enable the Ss to share their ideas why they would like to visit some places. Strategy goals 策略目标

Enable the Ss to write with the help of pictures.

Culture awareness goals文化意识目标

What makes a place of interest famous.

Teaching important points 教学重点

How to talk about the reasons of visiting some places.

Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式

Step I Revision

Check the homework.

A sample version:

I had a dream last night. I dreamed of flying to Haikou with my parents. Haikou is really a good place for us to visit. It is a bit hot, but it’s very interesting. There are many kinds of trees we haven’t seen before. That afternoon we went to the beach and saw many young people swimming there. The waves were so high, and I thought it

was too dangerous. But the swimmers were not afraid at all. I hated dangerous places, but my father said it was good for teenagers to have experiences in such places.

Step II Word Study (Self check 1: P57)

Let the Ss do Exercise 1 in Self check. First choose the correct words to fill in the blanks, then ask some Ss to make sentences with the words given.

Sample answers:


We haven’t heard from him for weeks but we’re still hoping for his letter.

Allison is hoping to be a high-school teacher.


Don’t forget to pack your toothbrush!

He takes a packed lunch to work every day.


We’re trying to save money for a trip to Europe.


Please put your litter in the bin provided.

The boss provided me with a car.

cook: (v.烹饪)

I like to cook Chinese dishes for my family.

Step III Writing Practice (Self check 2: P57)

T: Now please look at the pictures in Exercise 2. Can you tell me the names of the four places?

S: From the left to the right: the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the Sydney Opera House, the Big Ben in London and the Eiffel Tower in France.

T: Good. These places are very famous in the world. They are well worth visiting. Which place is your favorite?

S1: I like the Eiffel Tower best.

S2: I prefer the Sydney Opera House.


T: From your choices, I can see that you have different tastes. Now please tell me the reasons why you make such a decision.

A sample version:

I like Eiffel Tower best. It has a long history. It is different from some towers in our country, and it is made of iron instead of wood or bricks. Many years ago, one of my teachers told me there was a famous tower in Europe, I mistook it as the Tower of Pisa, but later I knew that they are different. I hope some day in the future I could have an opportunity to visit the Eiffel Tower.

Step IV Homework

Ask the Ss to preview the Reading.

Period 6 Reading

Language goals语言目标

1. Words && expressions生词和短语

typical, sail, Pacific, finding, as soon as possible, continue, programming, sportspeople, translator, conclusion, come true, attitude

2. Key sentences重点句子

Here are some of the findings of a survey about hopes and dreams. (P58)

And quite a few said they dream of going to the moon one day. (P58)

It was clear from the survey that teenagers have similar hopes. (P59)

Ability goals能力目标

Enable the Ss to talk about hopes and dreams.

Emotion && attitude goals 情感和态度目标

Enable the Ss to help others to achieve dreams.

Strategy goals 策略目标

Read with focus.

Culture awareness goals文化意识目标

Different hopes and dreams in different cultures.

Teaching important points教学重点

How to describe hopes and dreams.

Teaching procedures and ways 教学过程与方式

Step I Lead-in

T: Nowadays, many people have various kinds of beautiful dreams. Do you have any dreams? Today we’ll learn a new passage about dreams.

Step II Before you read (Section 1: P58)

Ask the Ss to look at the cartoon on P58.

T: Please open your books and turn to page 58. Look at the short dialogue in the cartoon. Who would like to read it to us? Volunteer?

Ask two Ss to read the two sentences.

T: Their wishes are not bad and easy to come true. Do you think so?

Ss: Yes.

T: Here I have two important words that both describe the things you wish to realize in the future. Do you know what the two words are?

Ss: Dream and hope.

T: Then what’s your hope? And what’s your dream? Write them down in the chart. Sample answers:

My hope is that my parents can buy a new bicycle for me next month.

My dream is that one day I can fly my own plane crossing the Pacific to America. ...

T: Then can you tell me the differences between them?

Ss: Dream means ambition or ideal, especially when it is unrealistic while hope means

desire for sth. to happen, combined with the expectation.

Step III Reading (Section 2; 3a, 3b: P58-59 )

T: I find some of your hopes and dreams are the same, while others are quite different. But I still think most teenagers have a lot of dreams generally. Let’s read the following passage and find out the general idea of this passage?

S1: It is about our hopes and dreams.

S2: It is an article about teenagers’ hopes and dreams.

T: Now please read the text again and then answer the following questions. Show the following.

1. Why do some students want to start work as soon as possible?

2. What is important to students about the work they do?

3. What example is given as an impossible dream?

Sample answers:

1. Because they want to help provide better lives for their parents.

2. Money is important, and the work should also be what they like.

3. A few said they dream of going to the moon one day.

Step IV After you read (3c: P59)

T: In the text the author told us a lot about Chinese teenagers’ dreams. Do you think there is anyone in the world who hasn’t hopes or dreams? And do you think all the dreams can come true? What about foreign students? Do they have dreams? Are their dreams different from ours? Now read again and find out.

S1: I think anyone in the world has dreams or hopes. Teenagers in China more or less have the same dreams as foreign students. Some dreams are realistic, so they can come true. But still there are lots of dreams that can’t be realized. Because even if we have got the ability, we haven’t the opportunity. So we must have realistic hopes and dreams and try our best to realize them.


T: Very good.

Step V Go For It! (Section 4: P59)

T: Everyone has a dream and I believe there is no exception to you. Now, please write down a dream you have on a piece of paper. Then work with your partners and make a plan.

A sample version:

I want to be mayor of Tianjin in the future.

Your partner: It is a good dream. But it’s a bit difficult to achieve. Now I can help you make a plan: you must study hard at school, and then you can enter a famous university and enhance your abilities in every aspect. Besides, you must know a lot about Tianjin.

Step VI Homework

T: After class, please write something about your dream and tell us how to achieve it.

Teaching Resources


一、拓展阅读: What makes a city great?


Q: You’ve been mayor since 1975, and you’ve succeeded in turning the downtown into a success story. What would you say is your secret?

A: Well, I don’t have any secrets. I work hard, as someone once said, whether it was Mark Twain or somebody, “the harder I worked, the luckier I got.” And then, with the city and particularly with the downtown area, it’s having a good strategic plan.

Q: Well, what do you think happens when someone wants it to be a tourist attraction?

A: I mean, it’s great. Tourism is very important for our economy. That kind of goes without saying. The thing is, if you make a city great for its citizens, people want to come visit. I mean, you go to Paris because it’s a great place to live in. People love living in Paris. It’s not because someone said, there’s some great tourist attractions in Paris. For Atlanta, I think it’s important to know we’re not building something to attract more tourists; it will do that. We’re building something for us as citizens of Atlanta. Whether we’re children or great-grandparents, it will be another element that makes things more interesting or worthwhile.

Q: There are some who say Atlanta is a nice place to live in, but not necessarily a place people think of visiting for its own sake.

A: I’ll tell you what it is, this is the difference: Living is not just the private realm (私人领地) that you own; it is a public realm that you share. And so you make the public realm, the downtown, the midtown, the main streets, the aquariums more interesting and desirable for the citizens who live there; then you have a public realm of greater interest for those who would want to come visit.

二、 小测试

I. 根据汉语意思,完成下列各句,每空一词。

1. 她是一个了不起的母亲。

She is a ____ mother.

2. 她的信给了与她处境相同的那些妇女极大的希望。

Her letter _______ ______ ______ women in similar situations.


I found the experience most_____.

4. 总的来说,她的作品不错,不过这篇文章糟透了。

___ ____ her work has been good, but this essay is dreadful.

5. 这有如梦想变成了现实。

It is like a dream ____ ____.

II. 书面表达。

假设你是刘霞,你的朋友Allan 要去中国的昆明旅游,他给你写了一封e-mail, 请你介绍一下昆明的情况。请根据下表所提供的信息,给Allan写一封e-mail。要求格式正确,词数:100左右。

Sample answers:

I. 1. wonderful 2. provided hope to 3. educational

4. in general 5. come true

II. A sample version:

Dear Allan,

Thanks for your e-mail. I’m glad to hear that you’re coming to China. Now let me

tell you something about Kunming.

Kunming, the capital city of Yunnan, is in the southwest of China. Kunming has a population of more than 5,000,000 with 22 ethnic groups and the Han people. The weather is neither too hot in summer nor too cold in winter. It is called “Spring City”. Kunming is a garden city which has many places of interest: the Western Hills, Dianchi Lake, the Golden Temple, the EXPO Garden, and the Stone Forest.

Great changes have taken place in Kunming. A lot of buildings, cinemas and hospitals have been built. People’s life is becoming better and better. People there are very friendly.


Liu Xia I’m looking forward to seeing you soon.

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