7 Pao-chun Wu: A living Legend

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7 Pao-chun Wu: A living Legend
• 1. legend 傳奇人物
• Mother Teresa’s love and kindness made her a
legend.
• 泰瑞莎修女的愛和寬容使她成為一位傳奇人物.
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2. baking 烘培
Our neighbor, Mrs. Smith,
loves baking. She often
prepares cookies and pies
for her family.
• 我們鄰居Smith喜愛烘培.她常做
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2. bake 烘;烤
Grandma is baking a birthday cake for my younger sister.
祖母正在為我妹妹考生日蛋糕.
2. bakery 麵包店
I love the soft touch of fresh bread from the bakery.
我愛這麵包店新鮮麵包的柔軟觸感.
3. master 大師;師傅
In many people’s eyes, Vincent Van Gogh was a master of art.
在很多人眼中,梵谷是一位藝術大師.
4. perform 表現;演出
To perform well, you need to practice more and be fully
prepared.
• 為了有出色表現,你必須努力練習做好充分準備.
• To perform well 不定詞 表示目的
• Be + prepared (被動式) 做準備
• 4. performance 表現;演出
• My parents are happy with my good performance at
school.
• 我父母對我在學校好的表現感到快樂.
• 5. continue 繼續
• Mr. Jones continued his work after he returned home.
• 返家後,Jones 先生又繼續他的工作.
• 6. stage 階段;時期
• Alice will get married in June and begin a new stage of
her life.
• Alice 將會在6月結婚,並展開她人生的新階段.
• Get 處於(某種狀態) +形容詞或過去分詞
• Get involved/angry/hungry/fat/bored/dressed/
married/ready/late/started
• 7. education 教育
• Family education is important to a child’s growth.
• 家庭教育對孩童的成長很重要.
• 7. educate 教育
• It is our duty to educate young children about the
important of learning from mistakes.
• 我們的職責是教育孩童從錯誤中學習的重要.
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7. educational 教育的
TV programs on discovery
Channel are very
educational.
• 探索頻道的電視節目具有教育意義.
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8. relax 放鬆
Taking a bath after a day of hard work helps me relax.
辛勤工作一天後,泡個澡可以幫助我放鬆.
Help + O + (to) V
9. date 與…約會
Paul has been dating Joyce for months. They are much
in love.
Paul 已經和Joyce 約會好幾個月的.他們很相愛.
Has/have + been +Ving 完成進行式
10. extra 額外的
Because the exam was difficult, the students were
given extra time to finish it.
因為考是很難,所以延長考試時間,讓學生完成考試.
Give動詞三態: give gave given
• 11. success 成功
• Mike never gives up and that is the secret of his
success.
• Mike 從未放棄,那是他成功的秘密.
• 11. successful 成功的
• Although Robert is young, he is already a very
successful businessman.
• 雖然Robert很年輕,但他已經是一個非常成功的
商人.
• 11. succeed 成功
• The teacher succeeded in winning her students’
trust.
• 這老師成功贏得學生的信任.
• 12. customer 顧客
• Regular customers of this airline can enjoy VIP
services.
• 這家航空公司的常客可以享受貴賓的服務.
• 13. quality 品質
• Pao-chun Wu’s bread is of high
• quality, so it sells very well.
• 吳寶春的麵包品質很好,所以賣得很好.
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14. attitude 態度
Having a positive attitude is
the key to happiness.
有積極的態度是快樂的關鍵.
• 15. smooth 順利的;平坦的
• We left in the morning and had a smooth flight to
New York.
• 我們早上出發,一路順暢飛抵紐約.
• 16. path 途徑;道路
• Richard didn’t join his family business. Instead, he
decided to choose a different path.
• Richard 沒有加入他的家族事業,反之,他決定選
擇一條不同的路.
• 17. pride 引以為傲的人或事
• My grandchildren are my pride and joy.
• 我的孫子們是我的驕傲和喜悅.
• 片語
• 1. be born into 出生於
• Jessica was born into a rich family, so she never had to worry
about money.
• Jessica 出生於一個富裕的家庭,所以她以前從不需擔心錢
的問題.
• Bear動詞三態: bear bore born
• 2. make ends meet 使收支平衡
• The worker earns little, so it is hard for him to make ends
meet.
• 這工人賺的錢少,所以他很難維持收支平衡.
• It is 形容詞 + for 人 + to V…
• Make + O + 原形動詞
• 3. give up 放棄
• The doctor asked my father to give up smoking.
• 醫生要求我爸戒菸.
• 4. at first 起初
• I didn’t like the man at first, but later I found he was
a nice guy.
• 我起初不喜歡這男人,但後來我發現他是個好人.
• 5. over time 逐漸地
• Our attitude toward life often changes over time.
• 我們對生活的態度常隨時間逐漸改變.
• 6. pay off 有所回報
• Keep going! I am sure your hard work will pay off
someday!
• 繼續加油! 我確信你的努力有一天會
• 有所回報!
• Sure/agree/find/hope/say/
• believe/guess/know/show/feel/
• hear/mean/think + that 子句
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• The smell of delicious bread is in the air.
• 美味麵包的味道在空氣中.
• The bread comes from the hands of Pao-chun Wu, the
champion of the “World Cup of Baking.”
• 這麵包來自世界麵包大賽冠軍吳寶春的手.
• Master Wu was born into a poor family with eight
children in Pingtung County.
• 吳師傅出生於屏東縣一個有
• 八個小孩的貧困家庭.
• Bear動詞三態:bear bore born
• Be + 過去分詞 (被動式)
• His father died when he was only 12, and his
mother had to work very hard to make ends
meet.
• 在他12歲時,她父親過世,而他母親必須非常努
力工作以維持生計.
• Had to 必須
• At school, Wu did not perform well. After he
finished middle school, he did not continue his
studies.
• 在學校,吳師傅的表現並不出色. 國中畢業後,
他沒有繼續升學.
• When Wu was 16, he began the next stage of his
life.
• 16歲時,吳師傅展開了人生的下一個階段.
• His mother gave him 50 dollars and a train ticket
to Taipei.
• 他的母親給他50元和一張到台北的火車票.
• Give動詞三態: give gave given
• Give + 人 +物
• Then, he started to work
• in a small bakery in Muzha.
• 接著,他就開始在木柵的
• 一個小麵包店工作.
• Wu didn’t have much education, and this made
things very hard for him.
• 吳師傅受過的教育不多,因此許多工作對他而言
非常艱辛.
• Make + O + 形容詞或名詞
• However, he didn’t give up. When others relaxed or
dated girls on holidays, he put in extra working
hours and sent most of his money home to his
mother.
• 然而,他沒有放棄.當其他人利用假日放鬆或和女生約會
時,他投入額外的時間工作,並把他大部份的錢寄回家給
母親.
• Send 動詞三態: send sent sent
• After years of practice, Wu finally became a baker.
• 經過多年的練習後,吳師傅終於成為一位麵包烘
培師.
• At first he did well, but his success did not last for
long.
起初他表現很好,但他的成功並沒有持續很久.
• Customers wanted higher-quality bread. Luckily,
Wu met a true master, Fu-guang Chen.
• 顧客們要的是更高品質的麵包. 幸運地,吳師傅
遇見了一位真正的大師,陳撫光.
• Meet 動詞三態: meet met met
• Chen made him change his attitude toward baking,
so he started using special ingredients, such as red
wine, roses, and lychees.
• 陳師傅使它改變了他對烘培的態度,所以他開始使用特
殊的烘培原料,如紅酒,玫瑰及荔枝.
• Because he wanted to get better at baking, he even
went to Japan to learn more.
• 為了精進烘培技術,他甚至去日本深造.
• Over time, his hard work paid off. He finally
became an international master of baking.
• 逐漸地,他的努力得到了回報. 最後,他終於成為一位國
際烘培大師.
• Pay 動詞三態: pay paid paid
• Master Wu’s early life was not smooth. Although
he started out on a bumpy road, he still found the
path to success.
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吳師傅的早年生活並不順.
雖然他在崎嶇不平的路上
開始他的人生,但他仍然找
到了成功之道.
• He is not only the pride of
• Taiwan but also a living legend.
• 他不僅是台灣之光,也是為
• 活生生的傳奇人物.
• Not only …but also不僅..而且
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Speaking– Ordering at a Restaurant在餐廳點餐
Alan and Angela are dining at a restaurant.
Alan 和Angela正在餐廳用餐.
Welcome to Big Mama’s. are you ready to order?
歡迎到畢媽媽餐廳.你準備好要點餐了嗎?
Yes, I’d like a pizza, and the lady will have today’s
special, seafood spagetti.
• 是的,我要來一份披薩,這小姐要今日特餐,海鮮義
大利麵.
• Would you like a starter?
• 你要前菜嗎?
• One chicken salad, please.
• 一份雞肉沙拉.
• Would you like some dessert? We have the best
tiramisu in town.
• 你想要甜點嗎?我們有鎮上最棒的提拉米蘇.
• Sounds great. I will have one.
• 聽起來很棒. 我要一份.
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OK, so it’s one pizza, and
spaghetti, one salad, and
one tiramisu, coming right up.好,所以是一份披薩,一
份義大利麵,一份沙拉,以及一份提拉米蘇. 馬上來.
• During the meal, Alan and Angela enjoy each
other’s company.
• 用餐時,Alan 和Angela享受對方的相伴.
• The food was great! Thanks for taking me here,
Alan. I had a great time.
• 這裡的食物真美味.謝謝你帶我來這裡.我今晚
很愉快.
• My pleasure.
• 我的榮幸.

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