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9B unit4 vocabulary课件

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9B Unit 4 Vocabulary

Learning

aims

Learn some English idioms.
Find out more English idioms.

Step one

Revision

Finishing the table
Time In 1930 In 1946 In 1949 In 1962 In 1966 In 1969 Major events
He was born in Ohio. He received his pilot’s licence. He joined the navy. He was selected to be an astronaut. He went into space in Gemini 8. He walked on the moon.

Step two Presentation

What did the Mission Control think when the spacecraft began spinning out of control on its way back to earth.
It was better to be safe than sorry.

Step two Presentation

What does “it is better to be safe than sorry mean? 宁可事先谨慎有余,不要事后追悔莫及

Step two Presentation

Telling a story
It was very cloudy when I left school yesterday afternoon.

Soon after I left, it began to rain. It was raining cats and dogs.
Suddenly, I remembered I hadn’t closed all the windows, so I called Simon and Daniel to go back to school because many

hands make light work.
After we closed the windows, I asked Simon and Daniel to come to my home for supper. We wanted to make pizza for ourselves, but we really didn’t know how to make it, and finally made a mess! It seems that too many cooks spoil the

broth.

Step two Presentation Questions: 1 Was the rain heavy or not?
It was very heavy

2 What’s the meaning of “many hands make light work”?
It means that having many helpers makes a task easier and faster to complete.

3 They had tasty pizza at last, didn’t they?
No, they didn’t

Step two Presentation

The meaning of the English idioms An idiom is a phrase or sentence whose meaning is not clear from the meanings of its individual words. It must be understood as a whole because it often does not mean what it appears to mean.

Step two Presentation

A guessing game 1 the early bird catches the worm
捷足先登

2 many hands make light work
人多力量大

3 raining cats and dogs
倾盆大雨

4 when the cat’s away, the mice will play
山中无老虎,猴子称大王

Step two Presentation 5 too many cooks spoil the broth

人多手杂反误事
6 every dog has its day

人人皆有得意时
7 don’t put all your eggs in one basket
切勿孤注一掷 8 the grass is always greener on the other side

邻家芳草绿,隔岸风景好

Step three

exercises

Write the letters in the brackets
a the early bird catches the worm b many hands make light work c raining cats and dogs d when the cat’s away, the mice will play e too many cooks spoil the broth

f every dog has its day
g don’t put all your eggs in one basket h the grass is always greener on the other side

Step three exercises
( E ) 1 If too many people are involved in a task, it will not be done well. ( F ) 2 Everybody can have good luck or be successful some time in their

life.
( A ) 3 The person who is the earliest will get what he or she wants. ( C ) 4 It is raining very heavily. ( D ) 5 When the person in power is absent, people will do as they like. ( B ) 6 Having

many helpers makes a task easier and faster to complete.

( H ) 7 What we do not have always seems better than what we have.
( G ) 8 Do not put all you have in one thing because you may lose

everything

Step four

Practice

Making some sentences with the English idioms

For example:

1 It was raining cats and dogs last night, so we couldn’t go out. 2 My father is a very careful investor, he never puts all his eggs in one basket. ------

Step five 延伸拓展

as busy as a bee
see the elephant

忙忙碌碌 大开眼界 吹牛 不可惹(惹不起)的人 爱屋及乌 班门弄斧 一石双鸟,一箭双雕

talk horse
a sleeping dog

Love me,love my dog.
Teach fish to swim

kill two birds with one stone

He who would catch fish must 不入虎穴焉得虎子 not mind getting wet. paint the lily
画蛇添足
招惹是非 家贫如洗 混水摸鱼 沧海一粟

wake a sleeping dog
as poor as Job

fish in troubled water
a drop in the ocean

know sth like the back of one's hand 对某事了如指掌

English idioms 英语习语
1.burn the boat 自绝退路,破釜沉舟 2.one‘s hairs stands on end 发根竖立, 毛骨悚然 3.hang by a hair 千钧一发 4.kill the goose that lays the golden eggs 杀鸡取卵 5.fish in troubled water 混水摸鱼 6.fish in the air 白费力气 7.a drop in the ocean 沧海一粟 8.laugh off one‘s head 笑破肚皮 9.know sth like the back of one‘s hand 对某事了如指掌 10.wake a sleeping dog 招惹是非 11.as poor as Job 家贫如洗

English idioms 英语习语
behind bars down and out eat like a bird hang in the balance in the dog house let sleeping dogs lie monkey business pull one‘s leg waste one‘s breath be for the birds 坐牢 穷困潦倒,孤苦无助 胃口小,吃的少 未见分晓 窘迫,陷入困境 莫惹是非 胡闹 愚弄 白费唇舌 荒唐可笑的;毫无价值的

英语习语的翻译
一、直译法 Armed to the teeth 武装到牙齿 A wolf in a sheep’s clothing 批着羊皮的狼

英语习语的翻译
二、同义习语套用法 Walls have ears 隔墙有耳 Strike while the iron is hot 趁热打铁 To be in the same boat 同舟共济 A drop in the oceans 沧海一粟 At six and sevens 七颠八倒,乱七八糟

英语习语的翻译
三、意译法
“to rain cats and dogs” 如用直译法译成“下猫和狗 雨”,读者就会摸不着头脑,习语的意义没能真正译出, 需用意译法,译成:“下倾盆大雨”,

To break the ice 打破沉默 Born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth 生长在富贵之家 Two heads are better than one 人多智慧大 to face the music 勇敢地面对困难

翻译下列习语:

1.So said, so done. 3.Dreams are lies.
4.Do not teach fish to swim.

说到做到。言出必行。

2.One can not be in two places at once. 一心不可二用。
梦不足信。 不要班门弄斧。

5.An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
7.Love me, love my dog. 8.Seeing is believing. 9.Well begun is half done. 1

0.When in Rome, do as Roman do.

日吃苹果一只,身体健康不求医。 6.One man's meat is another man's poison. 萝卜青菜,各有所爱。
爱屋及乌 眼见为实 好的开端是成功的一半 入乡随俗


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