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Lesson 16Text AThe Charcoal Pit Erika was worried. Her restaurant was losing customers. The new restaurant across the street now had more customers than she did. She had even seen some of her own customers going to eat at The Charcoal Pit. What was she going to do? One thing she could do was revise her . Maybe not everyone wanted hamburgers. She might add omelets and casseroles. The might help. Perhaps the decor of her restaurant was dated. She could redecorate the place. Erika decided to consult an interior decorator who could give her some new ideas. A face-lift for Burger Haven would certainly lift her spirits. In fact, she felt better after thinking of some improvements. Erika would fight to make her restaurant the most popular one in town.Text B There Is Hepe for Us ! Tina and Leela are talking to each other. They are standing outside a dance-hall and they are talking about dancing. TINA: I haven't danced for a long time. LEELA: Neither have I. TINA: We must go to a dance soon, or we'll forget how to dance. LEELA: Yes, we must. What have you been doing since I last saw you? TINA: I've been studying hard for my examinations. And you? LEELA: I've been learning Japanese every evening. TINA: Why have you been learning Japanese? Why not English? LEELA: I hope to visit Japan next yesr. TINA: Well, we'll both have to start learning all the new dances. LEELA: Yes, let's go into the dance-hall and ask if we can take dancing-lessons . TINA: A good idea. They can teach elephants to dance nowa days perhaps there's hope for us ! Questions on Text B7. Read the following passage once. Underline the key words while ing and retell the story to your partner. When I looked out the window and saw the snow drift in the driveway, I thought to myself that I should never have gotten out of bed. I had been making preparatioris for more than two days for a large dinner party to bc held that night and knew that several of the people I was expecting to come would be calling to cancel if the snow continued much longer. I called upstairs to tell Jerry to look out the window. Jerry heard me and quickly got out of bed. He knew that the weather people had been predicting snow. Now it had really come. To Jerry, two or three inches of fresh snow would be just what was needed to make the ski trip a big success. /200907/76786。

  • 【栏目介绍】:本栏目收集世界各地英语爱好者的录像视频,每期他们会根据某个话题进行口语交流。所以在这里你不仅可以学习到日常的交际口语,还能听到世界各地英语学习爱好者的声音,感受不同的英语口音。点击进入》》爱说英语汇总听力训练Questions may have more than one answer.1) He talks about students studying ______ .a) languageb) sciencec) music2) In the States, colleges looks at _____ .a) grades onlyb) community workc) Montesorri scores3) Who thinks grades are over-emphasized?a) Just herb) Just himc) Both of them本期话题Topic:Are grades overemphasized in school?Joseph: Hi, I#39;m Joseph.Jingwei: I#39;m Jingwei.Joseph: And we are both from Singapore. And this is a for elllo.org. Our question is are grades overemphasized in Singapore?Jingwei: Yes, definitely I think. You start from primary school, they slot you into different classes based on your grades, like you have the best class and you have the worst class. It#39;s kind of discriminating from a very young age, and then there is streaming as well. You get slot into EM1, EM2Joseph: EM3, and that#39;s like whoa! The social stigma is really huge, especially in Singapore. For me actually, this overemphasis on grades started way back like in kindergarden because parents would send their kids to like Montesorri special schools so that they get a head start, and especially back in two thousand when the gifted program was something that was every parent#39;s dream. Yeah, they would send their kids to extra classes, so from the age of six you would be having like piano classes, recorder, violin classes even, and even third languages like French, German.Jingwei: I took French.Joseph: Well, I know a little bit of Japanese, but Chinese and English are what I#39;m really good at. But yeah, I guess you can tell that the pressure on students in Singapore are really immense. I mean we have constant pressure. Not often but we do see cases where students have actually committed self-hurt or self-injury because of the stress of the examinations, and also we have them … each school needs a counselor, so that the students will be able to have some one to talk to them when the have excess stressJingwei: But grades especially because if you want to make it into a good school, they look at your grades, not so much on your extra curricular activity, especially for the universities in Singapore as well, compared to the States where look at say your community work or such, right. Singapore is just much more focused on grades. You have to make that A or you have to make that B.Joseph: Yeah, I guess that#39;s why the grades are the most important thing here in Singapore.Jingwei: Over-emphasized.听力ac b c /201208/196148。
  • 听力训练Answer the following questions about the .1) Why do people break the speed limit?a) They#39; e lateb) Laws aren#39; enforced2) Policemen don#39; usually _____.a) stop people for speedingb) give people tickets3) Why are there a lot of accidents?a) The roads are badb) People drive fast本期话题Topic:Do people drive fast in your country?Hello. My name is Felipe from Colombia. The question is do people drive fast in your country? Well, the answer is yes. In my country, I think people drive really fast and that#39;s I think because people usually step over the rules and law because, you know, there#39;s a speed limit everywhere in any country. But I think in my country the laws, maybe the laws are a little bit weak. The policemen, they don#39;t really control that much that people don#39;t, you know, go over the, exceed the speed limit so I think people feel like free to, you know, to drive any faster they want to. Usually people are driving, you know, so fast, and because of that there are many accidents and so on, you know. So I think, yes, people drive really fast in my country.听力b a b /201211/208635。
  • 2013年12月26日下午5时许,数名香港市民未经解放军驻港部队批准,并不顾军营营门哨兵的警告,强行闯入中环军营进行滋扰。【新闻】请看相关报道:The Hong Kong police on Wednesday detained two local males for illegally forcing their way into the headquarters of the People#39;s Liberation Army (PLA) Garrison in the island city last Thursday afternoon.因在上周四下午非法强行闯入解放军驻港部队总部,两名香港男子本周三被香港警方拘捕。【讲解】Force their way into表示“强行进入(某处)”,既然是“强行”那么自然是“”(without permission),且“无视警告”(defying the warning)的行为。比如:The protesters forced their way into the government building(示威者强行闯入了政府大楼)。香港警方认为,此次数名强闯解放军驻港部队总部(the headquarters of the People#39;s Liberation Army Garrison in Hong Kong)的行为触犯了香港《公安条例》(Public Order Ordinance),如果罪名成立,他们将面临最高2年的监禁。 /201401/271426。
  • 英语口语900句视频精讲音频版详见口语900句 /201403/278623。
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