Lesson one Problem one Grammar: New Concept English Volume 2 Lesson 96

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Lesson one problem one Grammar:Lesson 95 1. Before he went home, he had cleaned the classroom.he had cleaned the classroom.2. Because she was tired, she went to bed early.Being tired, she went to bed early.3. After she had arrived at Beijing, the girl visited her grandparents in the suburb.After having arrived at Beijing, the girl visited her grandparents in the suburb.Let’s continue the sharing of key sentence patterns or grammar in Lesson 96 of New Concept English 2 this week.First read the text:Lesson 96 The dead returnA Festival for The dead is held once a year in Japan. This Festival is a cheerful voiceoccasion, for on this day, the dead are said to return to their homes and they are welcomed by the living. As they are expected to be hungry after their long journey, food is laid out for them. Specially-made lanterns are hung outside each house to help the dead to find their way. All night long, people dance and sing. In the early morning, the food that had been laid out for the dead is thrown into a river or into the sea as it is considered unlucky for anyone living to eat it. In towns that are near the sea, the tiny lanterns which had been hung in the streets the night before, are placed into the water when the festival is over. Thousands of lanterns slowly drift out to sea guiding the dead on their return journey to the other world. This is a moving spectacle, for crowds of people stand on the shore watching the lanterns drifting away until they can be seen no more.This lesson is mainly to review the content of the difficult parts after each text in Unit 4. Most of the content in this part is the discrimination of vocabulary, but also some content about grammar and pronunciation.Get out (of) get into (into) get on (with);To get along;Get on d. get offEscape;Get over;Get through D.Grow, turn, become, come, go, get, fall.The milk has gone sour.Everything she had said came true at last.She fell ill during The holiday.Between manager, director, and headmaster There is no male version of the job description.B.C. / A.D. skin, leather, complexion wax and candle 78 the textbook lesson focuses on the phrasal verbs about keep.Keep on d.Keep off C.Keep up D.Keep up with keep out keep in (vi) book lesson 79 focuses on the phrasal verb to take.Take off C.Take off;Take after D take upEngaged in;Take to take in B.Absorption;Cheat take down take over (7) Book lesson 80 focuses on the phrase caused by the preposition on.On business on foot on purpose on dutyOn the whole on fire on the average not on any account/on no accountLesson 81 Lesson 81 Pay attention to cloth, clothing and clothes. The salute to the salute and greet the salute to the salute and greet the salute to the salute and greet the salute to the salute and greet the salute to the salute and greet the salute to the salute and greet the salute to the salute.We can laugh at each other in the wash and wash up in the wash. We can laugh at each other in the wash. We can laugh at each other in the wash and wash up in the wash.The lesson in textbook 84 focuses on the use of formal objects.He thought it easy to pass the exam.I think it wrong for people to behave like that.A) too B) too C) fairly D) fairlyThe lesson in book 88 focuses on the phrasal verb “run”.Run out of C.Run after run over run over run into 89Free and single queue and row Fun and funny textbook lesson 90 focuses on subject-verb agreement.In English, some juxtatie subjects linked by and express singular concepts and take singular verbs.Fish and chips have always been a favourite dish in Britain.Make for make outIdentify;Understanding;Rewrite make up;Make up;Make up for (18) The lesson in textbook 92 focuses on inverted sentences led by so and neither.例 : He likes English and so do i. He is not a student. Neither am I. (19) Book 93 focuses on the stress of two-syllable words.In general, two-syllable words are used as nouns with the stress on the first syllable;Used as a verb with stress on the second syllable.Present (vt.), present (vT.), present (vT.), present (vT.), present (vt.)1. He took _____ the company after his father's death. (over/in)2. They ran _____ a dog on the road just now. (in/over)3. She gets _____ well with her classmates. (off/on)4. His mother told him to _____ after dinner. (wash/wash up)5. The boy is old _____ to do the work alone. (too/enough)6. Five thousand miles _____ a long way to go. (are/is)7. She is in bad _____ today. (mood/temper)8. He always wear smart _____. (clothing/clothes)9. She _____ alseep because she was too tired. (turned/fell)10. There are many products on _____ in the museum. (show/foot)