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  • 1. Class 8
  • 2. a. 經理 ___ conference roomb. 工作 ___ wardrobec. 日子 ___ spelld. 拼寫 ___ datee. 衣櫃 ___ managerf. 會議室 ___ jobg. 光開關 ___ light switchh. 床單 ___ pillowi. 枕頭 ___ sheet
  • 3. a. 經理 _f_ conference roomb. 工作 _e_ wardrobec. 日子 _d_ spelld. 拼寫 _c_ datee. 衣櫃 _a_ managerf. 會議室 _b_ jobg. 光開關 _g_ light switchh. 床單 _i_ pillowi. 枕頭 _j_ sheet
  • 4. a b c d ef g h i j k l m n
  • 5. housekeeper wonton soup clock radio vitamins coffee pot lasagna flea Indonesia bartender Orchid Island water taps double bed Greece air conditioner
  • 6. Here are some words you might hear today:hand towel - 手巾 woodchuck - 土撥鼠tissues - 紙巾 chuck - 拋cupboard - 櫥櫃 toad - 蟾蜍scene - 場景 graze - 吃草lift (elevator) - 電梯 grassy - 草山nylon - 尼龍 grove - 小樹林light - 輕的 haircut - 理髮leather - 皮革 beige - 米色; 灰棕色
  • 7. Work with a partner to write 4 sentences.Each sentence must the words below:All men (100%)Most hotels (+/- 80%)Some LV bags (- 50%)None of the students here (0%)examples:1. All men are smart and wonderful.2. Most hotels have wonderful workers.3. Some LV bags are not real.4. None of the students here can speak Italian.
  • 8. 0% 100%never hardly ever occasionally sometimes generally usually always seldom once in a while fairly often frequently
  • 9. Do you know these propositions? next to near under behind over in onUnderline the prepositions in Exercise 2 (p 20).With a partner, make a sentence for each of theprepositions using things in this room.Look at 4.3.3 – Are the sentences correct? Fixany mistakes you find.
  • 10. 4.6.1 Look at the picture.What in the scene is different in this hotel?4.6.2 Correct the conversation.Practice the conversation with a partner.4.7.1 Listen. Do they talk funny?4.7.2 Match the sentences with the pictures.
  • 11. 4.8.1 Look at the pictures. Can you findsomething in this room for each color?4.8.2 Look at the adjectives (形容詞).Ask your partner to describe these words.4.8.3 Try to describe each of the pictures.4.8.4 Put the words in the correct order.
  • 12. A B college [ˋkɑlɪdʒ] colleague [ˋkɑlig] habit [ˋhæbɪt] hobby [ˋhɑbɪ] future [ˋfjutʃɚ] feature [fitʃɚ] thin [θɪn] thing [θɪŋ] live [lɪv] leave [liv]
  • 13. How much wood would awoodchuck chuck if awoodchuck could chuck wood? A three-toed tree toad loved a two-toed he-toad that lived in a too-tall tree.Growing gray goats graze ongreat green grassy groves.

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