UNIT 1  Warming-up Micro Macro i1 i2 i3 Additional

WORD BANK

 

breakthrough

n. a sudden, dramatic, and important discovery or development, especially in science

突破

 

 

demarcate

v. [with obj.] set the boundaries or limits of

划分界限

 

 

deport

v. [with obj.] expel (a foreigner) from a country, typically on the grounds of illegal status or for having committed a crime

驱逐

 

diplomatic

a. of or concerning the profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations

外交的

 

dispute

n. a disagreement, argument, or debate

争端

 

embassy

n. the official residence or offices of an ambassador

大使馆

 

expel

v. [with obj.](一般作 be expelled) deprive (someone) of membership of or involvement in a school or other organization

赶走,驱逐

 

expulsion

n. the process of forcing someone to leave a place, especially a country

驱逐,逐出

 

long-term

a. occurring over or relating to a long period of time

长期的

 

partnership

n. the state of being a partner or partners

伙伴关系

 

planeload

 一飞机的人或物

 

unity

n. the state of being united or joined as a whole, especially in a political context

团结,联合

 

 

PROPER NAMES

 

Brazil 巴西

 

Libya 利比亚

 

Britain 英国

 

N'djamena 恩贾梅纳 (乍得首都)

 

Chad 乍得

 

Russia 俄罗斯

 

Chadian a. 乍得的  n. 乍得人

 

South Africa 南非

 

Cyprus 塞浦路斯

 

Sudan 苏丹

 

Damascus 大马士革 (叙利亚首都)

 

Syria 叙利亚

 

Georgian a. 格鲁吉亚的 n. 格鲁吉亚人

 

Turkey 土耳其

 

Listen now! And write down the missing words on the blanks in your text book.

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1. dispute with 2. normal relations 3. deported 4. unity 5. expressed gratitude,embassy 6. cut, ties 7. opened,  reestablished, went to war 8. cooled, expulsion, expulsion 9. challenged, demarcate, border 10.  partnership

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[ti:新概念英语第二册]
[by:http://www.lrc.com.cn]
[00:06.19]Lesson 4
[00:08.39]  An exciting trip
[00:12.30]First listen and then answer the question:
[00:18.71]Why is Tim finding this trip exciting?
[00:26.37]I have just received a letter from my brother,Tim.He is in Australia.
[00:33.59]He has been there for six months.Tim is an engineer.
[00:39.97]He is working for a big firm 
[00:42.97]and he has already visited a great number of different places in Australia.
[00:49.53]He has just bought an Australian car 
[00:53.04]and has gone to Alice Springs,a small town in thecentre of Australia.
[00:59.51]He will soon visit Darwin.From there,he will fly to Perth.
[01:06.66]My brother has never been abroad before,so he is finding this trip very exciting.