洪恩环境英语第五册练习册 Lesson 7
日期:2012-04-25 23:24

(单词翻译:单击)

Lesson Seven, Listen to the dialogue.
This is a conversation in a library.
Excuse me.I 'm new in town, and I 'd like to get a library card.
What do I have to do?
First you must show me something with your address.
Here's my telephone bill.Do I have to show you anything else?
No. That's all I have to see.
How much does the library card cost?
You do not have to pay anything.
What if I return a book late?
Then you have to pay a fine.The fine is fifty cents a day.
Also, you musn't write in the books.
What if I lose a book?
Then you must pay for it.We also have a few rules when you 're in the library.
You must not talk loudly.You musn't smoke.
You must not eat in the library.
OK.Thank you very much.You 're welcome.
Listen to the dialogue again.
Excuse me.I 'm new in town, and I 'd like to get a library card.
What do I have to do?
First you must show me something withe your address.
Here's my telephone bill.Do I have to show you anything else?
No. That's all I have to see.
How much does the library card cost?
You do not have to pay anything.
What if I return a book late?
Then you have to pay a fine.The fine is fifty cents a day.
Also, you must not write in the books.
What if I lose a book?
Then you must pay for it.We also have a few rules when you 're in the library.
You must not talk loudly.You musn't smoke.
You must not eat in the library.
OK.Thank you very much.You 're welcome.
Now practice saying these sentences from the dialogue.
Listen to the whole sentence once.
Then repeat the parts that you hear.
I 'm new in town, and I 'd like to get a library card.
Now repeat.
I 'm new in town and I 'd like to get a library card.
Listen.
What do I have to do?
Repeat.
What do I have to do?
Pay special attention to thepronunciation of have to.
Repeat.
have to have to do?
What do I have to do?
Now continue.
Listen to the sentence the first time and repeat it the second time.
First you must show me something with your address.
First you must show me something with your address.
Do I have to show you anything else.
Do I have to show you anything else?
No. That's all I have to see.
How much does the library card cost?
You do not have to pay anything.
What if I return a book late?
Then you have to pay a fine.
Also, you must not write the books.
You must not talk loudly.
You must not smoke.
You must not eat in the library.
Very good.
Now, let me ask you a few questions about the dialogue.
What does the man in the dialogue have to do to get a library card?
He has to show something with his address.
Good!
Does he have to pay for the library card?
No. He does not have to pay anything.
Right.
What does he have to do if he returns a book late?
He has to pay a fine.
What must not he do to the books?
He must not write in the books.
What three things are prohibited in the library?
You must not talke loudly.
You must not smoke.
You must not eat in the library.
Now let's practice some sentences about things that are necessary or things that are prohibited.
Use must or must not to express these ideas, as in these examples.
It's necessary to be a good boy.
You must be a good boy.
It's prohibited to run around.
You must not run around.
Now you try it.
It's necessary to be a good boy.
You must be a good boy.
It's prohibited to run around.
You must not run around.
It's prohibited to talk loudly.
You must not talk loudly.
It's prohibited to touch anything.
You must not touch anything.
It's necessary to stop.
You must stop.
It's prohibited to make noise.
You must not make noise.
It's necessary to be careful.
You must be careful.
It's prohibited to play with those photos.
You must not play with those photos.
Good!
Now tell what things are necessary for Mar Beth to do and what things are not necessary for Mary Beth to do.
Listen to the examples.
It's necessary for Mary Beth to do that.
Mary Beth has to do that.
It is not necessary for Mary Beth to do that.
Mary Beth does not have to do that.
OK.
Now you do it.
Remember, use has to or does not have to.
It's necessary for Mary Beth to do that.
Mary Beth has to do that.
It is not necessary for Mary Beth to do that.
Mary Beth does not have to do that.
It's necessary for Mary Beth to work late.
Mary Beth has to work late.
It is not necessary for Mary Beth to work late.
Mary Beth does not have to work alte.
It is necessary for Mary Beth to finish to show.
Mary Beth has to finish the show.
It is not necessary for Mary Beth to finish to show.
Mary Beth does not have to finish the show.
It is necessary for Mary Beth to get a baby sitter.
Mary Beth has to get a baby sitter.
It is not necessary for Mary Beth to baby sitter.
Mary Beth does not have to get a baby sitter.
It is necessary for Mary Beth to hurry.
Mary Beth has to hurry.
It is not necessary for Mary Beth to hurry.
Mary Beth does not have to hurry.
Excellent!
This is the end of lesson Seven.
See you next time.

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重点单词
  • addressn. 住址,致词,讲话,谈吐,(处理问题的)技巧 vt.
  • conversationn. 会话,谈话
  • marvt. 破坏,毁坏 n. 污点,瑕疵 abbr. 海上的