洪恩环境英语第五册练习册 Lesson 8
日期:2012-04-25 23:25

(单词翻译:单击)

Hello again.
Lesson Eight.
First we 're going to review auxiliary verbs.
We 'll begin with this sentence.
I have to go.
Listen and repeat that sentence slowly.
I have to go.
And now a little more quickly.
I have to go.
Now let's make some sentences.
I say." Must." And you say ... I must go.
I say," Should." And you say ... I should go.
Ready?
Let's begin.
Must.
I must go.
Should.
I should go.
Want to.
I want to go.
He.
He wants to go.
Did you change want to wants?
Very good!
Must.
He must go.
Can.
He can go.
Is going to.
He's going to go.
To the store.
He's going to go to the store.
Has to.
He has to go to the store.
They.
They have to go to the store.
Very good!
was not that fun?
Let's also review question forms in the same way.
First repeat the question.
Do you study English?
Now change the question with the words I give you.
I say," Do you study English? She." And you say ... Does she study English?
Ready?
Let's begin.
Do you study English?
She.
Does she study English?
Should.
Should she study English?
Can.
Can she study English?
Want to?
Does she want to study English?
You.
Do you want to study English?
Have to.
Do you have to study English?
He.
Does he have to study English?
Excellent!
Now listen to should, had better, and have to in this dialogue.
Remember that had better is used to give someone strong advice or a warning.
It's a stronger way to say should.
But it is not quite as strong as have to.
Come on. charles.
Hey, wait a minute.
Slow down.
This is not the big time.
Hey, maybe you should take a break.
No, I 'm OK.
Are you sure you 're OK?
Hey, you 'd better sit down.
Yeah.
I 'm a little dizzy.
I have to stop for minute.
You know.
Charles, you should start taking better care of yourself.
Yeah, yeah.
No, Look.
I 'm your frined and I can tell you.
You 'd better get in shape, or you 're going to have to heart attack.
Yeah, maybe you 're right, Maybe I should get in shape.
Notice how the characters pronounce had better.
If we sue pronouns, we make a contraction.
Repeat.
You 'd better sit down.
I 'd better sit down.
He 'd better sit down.
We 'd better sit down.
They 'd better sit down.
Now, listen to these people and their problems or situations.
Give them advice using had better and the verb phrase that I give you.
Here's an example.
I have a terrible toothache.
Go to the dentist.
You 'd better go to the dentist.
All right?
Do you understand?
Try it.
I have a terrible toothache.
Go to the dentist.
You 'd better go to the dentist.
I have a headache.
Take some aspirin.
You 'd better take some aspirin.
I 'm going to have a heart attack!
Get in shape.
You 'd better get in shape.
All my clothes are too tight.
Go on a diet.
You 'd better go on a diet.
Someone stole my purse?
Call the police.
You 'd better call the police.
I 'm late.
I 'm going to miss the beginning of the show.
Take a taxi.
You 'd better take a taxi.
I feel dizzy.
Sit down.
You 'd better sit down.
I 'm tired.
Get more sleep.
You 'd better get more sleep.
I 'm really fat.
Lose some weight.
You 'd better lose some weight.
The kitchen is really dirty.
Clean it up.
You 'd better clean it up.
All this exercise makes me thirty.
Drink some water.
You 'd better drink some water.
Well done!
This is the end of Lesson Eight.

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重点单词
  • kitchenn. 厨房,(全套)炊具,灶间
  • contractionn. 收缩,缩写式,痉挛
  • auxiliaryn. 帮助者,辅助物,助动词 adj. 附加的,辅助的
  • understandvt. 理解,懂,听说,获悉,将 ... 理解为,认为
  • phrasen. 短语,习语,个人风格,乐句 vt. 措词表达,将(
  • dentistn. 牙科医生
  • suevt. 控告,起诉 vi. 请求,追求,起诉