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    • A New Taxi By LU Xiafei Supervisor: Victor GAO Zhejiang International Studies University Lesson 29
    • I have eaten my favorite food this morning. This makes me feel great today. What have you done this morning that makes you feel great today?
    • What have you done this morning that makes you feel great today? I have ?(done) this morning that makes me feel great today.
    • I went to school by bike this morning. How did you go to school this morning?
    •  
    •  
      • Verbs: carry, take, cost, land, drive, ride…
      • Nouns: island, passenger, water, roof , desert , field, sky, money…
      Can it +V+N ?
    •  
    • Have you ever seen this air taxi before ?
    • Have you ever seen this air taxi before ? No, I have not seen … Yes, I have seen …
      • How far can it fly?
      • Is it expensive?
      • How many passengers can it carry ?
    • Passage 29
    • Captain Ben Fawcett Taxi Recently, he has just bought an air taxi.
    • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service . The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter' . This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers . The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field . Paragraph One
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter' .
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
    • Taxi Pilatus Porter How many passengers can it carry ?
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere : on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land
      • ( v. 着陆) anywhere : on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land
      • ( v. 着陆) anywhere : on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
    •  
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      Paragraph One
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      Paragraph One
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers.
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      Paragraph One ①
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers .
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere: on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      Paragraph One ① ②
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers .
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere : on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      Paragraph One ① ② ③
      • Captain Ben Fawcett has bought an unusual taxi and has begun a new service.
      • The 'taxi' is a small Swiss aeroplane called a 'Pilatus Porter'.
      • This wonderful plane can carry seven passengers .
      • The most surprising thing about it, however, is that it can land anywhere : on snow, water, or even on a ploughed field.
      Paragraph One ① ② ③
    • It can carry 7 passengers It can land anywhere Paragraph One Unusual It is an aeroplane
    • Captain Fawcett's first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains . Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places . Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park . Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett's first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett's first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett's first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett's first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two Where did they first fly to ? They first flew to ?.
      • Captain Fawcett's first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two They first flew to__.
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh (威尔士的) mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
    • Welsh people Welsh mountain Wales
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh (威尔士的) mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two Where did they first start(fly) from ? They first flew from __ ?_ _.
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh (威尔士的) mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two They first flew from ____.
    • They flew from ___ to ____. Birmingham A village in Welsh mountain
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
    • a block of flats 一幢公寓
    • on the roof of a block of flats land
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion (再一次) , he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion (再一次) , he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion (再一次) , he landed in a deserted (废弃的) car park.
      Paragraph Two
    • Deserted
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains.
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two
    • How many places has he been to?
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains .
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two ①
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains .
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park.
      Paragraph Two ① ②
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains .
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion , he landed in a deserted car park .
      Paragraph Two ① ② ③
      • Captain Fawcett‘s first passenger was a doctor who flew from Birmingham to a lonely village in the Welsh mountains .
      • Since then, Captain Fawcett has flown passengers to many unusual places.
      • Once he landed on the roof of a block of flats and on another occasion, he landed in a deserted car park .
      Paragraph Two ① ② ③
    • It can carry 7 passengers Para . One Unusual It is an aeroplane First , in a lonely village in the Welsh mountains Once , on the roof of a block of flats on another occasion , in a deserted car park Para Two It can land anywhere Para. Three ?
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall, a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall, a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
    • Where did he want to go to? He want ed to go to ? .
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall , a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall , a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean , but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall , a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean , but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
    • A lonely island
    • Did captain Fawcett go to this lonely island?
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall, a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall, a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three Why?
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall, a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three because
      • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.
      • The man wanted to fly to Rockall, a lonely island in the Atlantic Ocean, but Captain Fawcett did not take him because the trip was too dangerous.
      Paragraph Three
    • It can carry 7 passengers Para . One Unusual It is an aeroplane First , in a lonely village in the Welsh mountains Once , on the roof of a block of flats on another occasion , in a deserted car park Para Two It can land anywhere Para. Three He refuse d to fly to a lonely island because it’s too dangerous. But It can land anywhere ③ ② ① Unusual
    • 7 passengers Unusual aeroplane village roof park anywhere refused But
    • Roof
    • desert n. 沙漠 v. 废弃;被抛弃 Have you ever been to a land of desert before ? A deserted baby