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北师大版高二英语选修6《Unit17 Lesson 1》课件

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      Lesson 1  
What’s So Funny 
Do you find this picture
funny?
Read the headlines and 
predict what each story is 
about.
Match the words with the definitions.

withdraw   get on or into a train, 
           ship etc

  board    person who manages  
           business for others 

   agent   take back, draw back
passenger  make or be slow or late

   delay   person being conveyed  
           by bus or train etc
Words from the passage B and definitions

  overlook        answer

   mature         ignore

   reply          old enough to 
                  made decisions
hesitate     make something 
             more clear

 clarify    pause in doubt
Read the first and last lines of the 
stories, look at the pictures and
match the stories and the picture
with the headlines.
A / 3 / Check your  spelling
B / 1 / Family harmony 
C / 2 / memory loss
Read the three stories and then answer 
the following questions:
  1. Why does the woman write a
      cheque for $50?
 2.  why does the girl decide to change 
      her response when her father asks 
      her the second question?
3. What does the man mean when he   
    says “Do you know who I am?”
Answers:
  1. Because she doesn’t know how to 
      spell 40.
  2. Because she thought she could have 
      been to Thailand with her mother.
  3. The man means that he is a very 
      important person.
Voice your opinion

   Which of the stories do you like
   most? Why? retell your favorite
   story. Do you have your funny
   stories? If yes, share your own
   funny story with the whole class.
Phrase picking up

   have trouble/difficulty in doing 
    sth.
   cash a cheque
   withdraw … from…
   open/ close a bank account 
   forgetful
board a flight
boarding card
push one’s way to the front 
check in/ check out
Read the following sentences from 
anecdote C:
One unfortunate counter agent was 
dealing with all the passengers 
when an angry man, who had been 
queuing for some time, pushed 
his way to the front.
More examples:
1. I was in the town centre then, where 
  I  
    had been doing some shopping.
2. I had been thinking about this for   
    some time when one day I saw the 
    boys’ mother in the street.
What is Past Perfect Continuous?

  • long activities in the past that 
   happened before other past 
   events:
       She was rescued by a man who 
   had been working in a nearby 
   garage.
b.  the repeated actions that 
  happened before a particular point 
  in the past
     We had only been driving for 
  about fifteen minutes when Jill 
  asked me to stop the car.
c . An action that was still in progress  
    and had not been completed at a  
    particular time in the past. 
    I had been waiting for the train for  
    over an hour when they announced  
    that it had been cancelled.
Finish Ex. 5 
1.She was very tired after she had 
 been working for hours without a 
 break.
2.Their clothes were muddy because 
   they had been playing football.
3.She was fired because hadn’t been 
   coming to work on time.
4.She was very angry because she 
  had been waiting her boyfriend for 
  half an hour.
5.His ear ached because she had 
  been talking on the phone for 
  hours.
6.He was messy because he had been 
  repairing his car all afternoon.
7. She was very scared because she 
 had been watching a thriller on 
 TV. 
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