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  Unit 1

  1. Tell your friend that you are concerned about him/her and you will meet after class and talk then.

  2. While walking the dog, you were careless and it got loose and was hit by a car.

  3. Tell him/ her that he / she should have studied, so you don't let him/her look at your paper

  4. She and her family hid away for nearly twenty-five months before they were discovered.

  5. I don’t want to set down a series of facts in a diary as most people do.

  6. I wonder if it’s because I haven’t been able to be outdoors for so long that I’ve grown so crazy about everything to do with nature.

  7. I can well remember that there was a time when a deep blue sky, the song of the birds, moonlight and flowers could never have kept me spellboud.

  8. One evening when it was so warm,, I stayed awake on purpose until half past twelve in order to have a good look at the moon by myself.

  9. Another time five months ago, I happened to be upstairs at dusk when the windows was open, I didn’t go downstairs until the window had to be shut.

  10. The dark, rainy evening, the wind, the thundering clouds held me entirely in their power.

  11. It was the first time in a year and a half that I’d seen the night face to face.

  12. It’s no pleasure looking through these any longer because nature is one thing that really must be experienced.

  13. I’m having some trouble with my classmates at the moment. I’m not getting along well with some of them in class.

  14. I would be grateful if you could give me some advice.

  15. Here are some tips to help you.

  16. Join in some discussions and show interest in other people’s ideas.

  Unit two

  1. In some important ways, they are very different from one another.

  2. Later in the next century, people from England made voyages to conquer other parts of the world and because of that, English began to be spoken in many other countries.

  3. Native English speakers can understand each other even if they don’t speak the same kind of English.

  4. So why has English changed over time? Actually all languages change and develop when cultures meet and communicate with each other.

  5. It was based more on German than the English we speak at present.

  6. So by the 1600’s Shakespeare was able to make use of a wider vocabulary than ever before.

  7. The latter gave a separate identity to American English spelling.

  8. India has a very large number of fluent English speakers because Britain ruled India from 1765 to 1947.

  9. Today the number of people learning English in China is increasing.

  10. In fact, China may have the largest number of English learners. Will Chinese English develop its own identity? Only time will tell.

  11. Believe it or not, there is no such thing as standard English.

  12. This is because in the early days of radio, those who reported the news were expected to speak excellent English.

  13. However, on TV or the radio, you will hear differences in the way people speak.

  14. Geography also plays a part in making dialects. Some people who live in the mountains of the eastern USA speak with an older kind of English dialect.

  15. Although many Americans move a lot, they still recognize and understand each other’s dialects.

  16. She told us to go around the corner on the left and keep going straight for two blocks. The subway will be on our right.

  Unit three

  1. Which kind of transport do you prefer to use: bus or train

  2. Ever since middle school, my sister Wang Wei and I have dreamed about taking a great bike trip.

  3. Two years ago, she bought an expensive mountain bike and then she persuaded me to buy one.

  4. They are Dai and grew up in western Yunnan Province near the Lancang River, the Chinese part of the river that is called The Mekong River in other countries.

  5. It was my sister who first had the idea to cycle along the entire Mekong River from where it begins to where it ends.

  6. Although she didn’t know the best way of getting to places, she insisted that she organize the trip properly.

  7. My sister doesn’t care about details. She can be really stubborn. She gave me a determined look-the kind of look that said she would not change her mind.

  8. When I told her the air would be hard to breathe and it would be very cold, she said it would be an interesting experience.

  9. Once she made up her mind, nothing can change it. Finally, I had to give in.

  10. It becomes rapids as it passes through deep valleys, travelling across western Yunnan Province.

  11. It makes wide bends or meanders through low valleys to the plains where rice grows.

  12. Although it was autumn, the snow was already beginning to fall in Tibet.

  13. Our legs were so heavy and cold that they felt like blocks of ice.

  14. Wang Wei rode in front of me as usual. She was very reliable and I knew I didn’t need to encourage her.

  15. It was fun especially as it gradually became much warmer.

  16. At this point, ve had to change our caps, coats, gloves and trousers for T-shirts and shorts.

  17. In the early evening we always stop to make camp. We put up our tent and then we eat.

  18. There was almost no wind-only the flames of our fire for company.

  19. We can hardly wait to see them.

  Unit 4

  1. Describe to your partner what might happen to the objects in the photos when the earthquake happens.

  2. In the farmyards, the chickens and even the pigs were too nervous to eat.Mice ran out of the fields looking for places to hide. Fish jumped out of their bowls and ponds.

  3. But the one million of people of the city, who thought little of these events, were asleep as usual that night.

  4. At 3;42 am everything began to shake. It seemed as if the world was at an end.

  5. It was felt in Beijing, which is more than two hundred kilometers away.

  6. A huge crack that was eight kilometres long and thirty meters wide cut across houses, roads and canals.

  7. In fifteen terrible seconds, a large city lay in ruins.

  8. Two-thirds of them died or were injured during the earthquake. Thousands of families were killed and many children were left without parents.

  9. Everywhere they looked nearly everything was destroyed. All of the city’s hospitals, 75% of its factories and buildings and 90% of its homes were gone.

  10. Tens of thousands of cows would never give milk again. Half a million pigs and millions of chickens were dead.

  11. Later that afternoon, another big quake which was almost as strong as the first shook Tangshan. Some of the rescue workers and doctors were trapped under the ruins.

  12. All hope was not lost. Soon after the quakes, the army sent 150.000 soldiers to Tangshan to help the rescue workser.

  13. The army organized teams to dig out those whose were trapped and to bury the dead.

  14. Workers built shelters for survivors whose homes had been destroyed.

  15. Fresh water was taken to the city by train, truck, and plane. Slowly, the city began to breathe again.

  16. Such a great number of people died because the earthquake happened while they were sleeping.

  17. Your speech was heard by a group of five judges, all of whom agreed that it was the best one this year.

  18. Your parents and your school should be proud of you.

  19. Next month, the city will open a new park to honour those who died in the terrible disaster.

  20. As you know, this is the day when the quake happened thiry-five years ago.

  Unit 5

  1. He fought against the German Nazis and Japanese invaders during World War II.

  2. He strongly believed in the three principles: nationalism; people’s rights; people’s livelihood.

  3. He gave up a rich life for his ideas and fought for his country to be free from the UK in a peaceful way.

  4. That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

  5. The time when I first met Nelson Mandela was a very difficult period of my life.

  6. It was in 1952 and Mandela was the black lawyer to whom I went for advice.

  7. He was generous with his time, for which I was grateful.

  8. The school where I studied for only two years was three kilometres away.

  9. However, this was a time when one had got to have a passbook to live in Johannesburg.

  10. The day when Mandela helped me was one of my happiest.

  11. He told me how to get the correct papers so I could stay in Johannesburg. I became more hopeful about my future.

  12. The last thirty years have seen the greatest number of laws stopping our rights and progress, until today we have reached a stage where we have almost no rights at all.

  13. The parts of town in which they had to live were decided by white people.

  14. The places outside the towns where they were sent to live were the poorest parts of South Africa.

  15. We were put into a position in which we had either to accept we were less important, or fight the government.

  16. We first broke the law in a way which was peaceful.

  17. When this was not allowedonly then did we decide to answer violence with violence.

  18. I was very happy to help because I knew it would help us achieve our dream of making black and white people equal.

  19. It was a prison from which no one escaped.

  20. Mr Mandela began a school for those of us who had little learning.

  21. He taught us during the lunch breaks and the evenings when we should have been asleep.

  22. He said they should not be stopped from studying for their degrees.

  23. I didn’t work again for twenty years until Mr Mandela and the ANC came to power in 1994.

  24. They said that the job and the pay from the new South African government were my reward after working all my life for equal rights for the Blacks.

  25. Now I am proud to show visitors over the prison, for I helped to make our people free I their own land.

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