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Book Five Lesson One
東海高中 英語科教師
邱以冠、陳惠珊、楊麗卿
Words for production
blast n.愉快的經歷,狂歡,爆炸
parade n. 遊行
accidentally adv. 意外地、偶然地
bump v. (無意地)碰,撞
communication n. 溝通
flash v. (快速地)出示,使閃現
thumb n. 拇指
spread v. 張開,伸開
gesture n. 手勢,姿勢
financial adj. 財務的,金融的
issue n. (值得關注的) 議題,擔憂
considerable adj.
相當大的,相當多的
misunderstanding n.
誤解,誤會
innocent adj. 無惡意的,無心的
furious adj. 狂怒的,暴怒的
exit n. 出口,安全門
高血壓
不用吃藥
啊?
misconception n.
誤解,錯誤看法
emperor n. 皇帝
spare v. 赦免、饒恕
signal n. 信號、暗號
insulting adj. 侮辱的、無禮的
Good insects
beneficial adj.
有幫助的、有用的
均衡
飲食
equally adj.
同樣地、平等地
規律
運動
1. The summer camp was really a
blast ; we had a great time there.
那次夏令營真是愉快的經歷;我們在那
裡玩得很開心。
camp 詞類(n.)中文 (營地)
had a great time 中文 (玩得很
開心)
2. In Taiwan , a parade is held
annually on Double Tenth Day.
在臺灣,每年雙十節都會舉辦遊行。
(1) hold 詞類(v.)中文 (舉行)
動詞三態( hold — held — held )
(2) annually 詞類(adv.)
中文 (每年,每年一次)
(3) Double Tenth Day
中文 (雙十節)
(4) on + 節日/ 星期 /日期
3. Percy accidentally spilled the coffee
all over Ginny’s skirt ; he didn’t do it
on purpose.
Percy不小心將咖啡灑得Ginny整條裙到
處都是,他不是故意這麼做的。
(1) spill 詞類(v.)
中文 (使溢出)
動詞三態
( spill — spilled— spilled )
( spill— spilt— spilt )
(2) on purpose中文 (故意地)
4. A few kids chasing each other in
the park bumped against
Denise and fell.
幾個在公園內彼此追逐的小孩無意間撞
到Denise而跌倒了。
(1) kid 詞類(n.)中文 (小孩)
kid = (child)
(2) against 詞類(prep.)中文
(對著)
(3) fall 詞類(v.)中文 (跌倒)
動詞三態( fall — fell — fallen )
5. Olivia maintains good
communication with her
parents. They talk about almost
everything.
Olivia和父母保持良好溝通,他們幾乎
所有事情都談論。
(1) maintain 詞類(v.)中文
(維持,保持)
(2) almost 詞類(adv.)中文
(幾乎)
6. The police officer flashed his
pass and asked the guard to
open the gate.
這名員警出示他的通行證並要求守衛打
開大門。
(1) pass 詞類(n.)中文 (通行
證)
(2) guard 詞類(n.)中文 (守
衛)
7. I raised my thumb to approve
Tina’s plan to open a new
branch.
我豎起大拇指贊同Tina開分店的計畫。
(1) raise 詞類(v.)中文 (舉起)
(2) approve 詞類(v.)中文 (贊
成)
(3) branch 詞類(n.)中文 (分
公司)
8. The host of the dinner party
spread his arms wide to
welcome the guests.
晚宴主人張開雙臂迎接客人。
(1) host 詞類(n.)中文 (主
人)
(2) wide 詞類(adv.)中文 (張
得很大地)
(3) welcome 詞類(v.)中文
(歡迎)
(4) guest 詞類(n.)中文 (賓客)
9. The boss made a gesture to let
Phoebe know that she could
enter his office.
老闆做了一個手勢讓Phoebe知道他可以
進入他的辦公室。
(1) let 詞類(v.)中文 (讓),
後面接(原形動詞)
(2) enter 詞類(v.)中文 (進入)
10. The company is facing some
severe financial difficulties,
and it is very likely to close
down.
這家公司正面臨嚴重的財務困難,它很
有可能關門。
(1) severe 詞類(adj.)中文 (嚴
重的)
(2) difficulty 詞類(n.)中文
(困難)
11. Cost is not an issue in this
project. What we should
worry about now is how to get
it done on time.
費用並非這個計畫值得關注的問題,我
們現在應該擔心的是如何準時完成。
(1) cost 詞類(n.)中文 (費
用)
(2) project 詞類(n.)中文 (計
畫)
(3) get 詞類(v.)中文 (使得)
(4) on time 中文 (準時)
12. Seth is in considerable pain
because of the serious burns
he suffered in the accident.
Seth現在處於極度痛苦,因為他在意外
中受到嚴重燒傷。
(1) pain 詞類(n.)中文 (痛苦)
(2) because of + 名 詞,中文
(因為)
(3) burn 詞類(n.)中文 (燒
傷)
(4) suffer詞類(v.)中文 (忍受)
13. To avoid any possible
misunderstandings, let’s write
everything down on paper.
為避免任何可能的誤解,讓我們把每一
件事都寫下來。
(1) avoid 詞類(v.)中文 (避免)
(2) let’s + 原形動詞,中文 (咱
們)
(3) to + 原形動詞,中文 (為了)
= in order to
14. It was a perfectly innocent
question; I didn’t mean to
upset you.
這完全是沒有惡意的問題,我不是故意
惹惱你。
(1) perfectly 詞類(adv.)中文
(完全地)
(2) mean 詞類(v.)中文 (表
示…的意思)
(3) upset 詞類(v.)中文 (使心
煩意亂,惹惱)
15. Charles became furious with
his secretary for not being
informed of the important
message.
Charles對他的秘書大發雷霆,因為他沒
被告知這個重要訊息。
(1) for 詞類(prep.)中文 (因
為)
(2) be informed of 中文 (被告知)
16. When we heard the fire
alarm ,
we ran for the fire exit quickly.
當我們聽到火災警報時,我們很快地往
逃生門跑去。
(1) alarm 詞類(n.)中文 (警
報)
(2) for 詞類(prep.)
中文 (朝…方向去)
17. There is a popular
misconception today that the
more water we drink, the
healthier we are.
今日有一個廣為流傳的誤解,那就是我
們喝越多水越健康。
(1) The more….,the healthier 中文
(越多….越健康)
句型:
the + 比較級…. the + 比較級
中文(越….越)
18. Caesar Augustus was the first
emperor of the Roman
Empire,
and he ruled for nearly 41
years.
凱薩奧古斯都是羅馬帝國第一位皇帝,
他在位統治近41年。
(1) rule 詞類(v.)中文 (統治)
(2) nearly 詞類(adv.)中文 (幾
乎,差不多)
19. The queen ordered that the
man be killed, but she spared
his children.
皇后下令處死那個男子,但她卻赦免她
的孩子。
(1) order 詞類(v.)中文 (命令)
意志動詞
意志動詞共有“建議”、“要求”、“命令”、“規定”、
“主張”等五大類。其後接that子句作受詞時,that子句中要
使用助動詞should。而should往往予以省略,故that子句內動
詞必呈現原形狀態。
句型:S1+意志動詞 that S2 +(should)+VR(原形動詞)
意志動詞口訣:龜煮漸要命
龜→「規定」:rule、regulate
煮→「主張」:advocate、maintain
漸→「建議」:suggest、recommend、advise、
urge(呼籲)、propose
要→「要求」:require、request、demand、
ask、desire 、insist(堅持要求)
命→「命令」:order、command
例:They suggested (that) he (should) study hard.
(他們建議他努力讀書。)
例:Helen desired (that) Tom (should) treat her
well.(海倫要求湯姆好好對待她。)
例:The boss ordered (that) I (should) do
everything carefully.
(老闆命令我謹慎地做每件事。)
20. When Frida looked down at
her watch, I knew immediately
that it was a signal for me to
leave.
當Frida低頭看錶,我立刻知道那是要我
離開的暗號。
(1) look down 中文 (向下看)
(2) immediately 詞類(adv.)中
文 (立刻)
21. What you just said was quite
insulting to Erica. No wonder
she stared at you in anger.
你剛講的話對Erica相當無禮,難怪她生
氣地瞪著你。
(1) quite 詞類(adv.)中文 (相
當地)
(2) no wonder 中文 (難怪)
(3) stare at 中文 (瞪著)
(4) in anger 中文 (生氣地)
22. The new treatment has been
very beneficial to Tristan’s
health; he is getting better and
better every day.
新療法對Tristan的健康有幫助,他的健
康日漸好轉。
(1) treatment 詞類(n.)中文
(治療法)
(2) better and better中文 (越來
越好)
23. A balanced diet and regular
exercise are equally important.
We should not neglect either
of them.
均衡飲食和規律運動同樣重要。我們不
該忽略其中任一項。
(1) balanced 詞類(adj.)中文
(平衡的)
(2) diet 詞類(n.)中文 (飲食)
(3) neglect 詞類(v.)中文 (忽視)
(4) either 詞類(adj.)中文 (兩
者之中)任一的
1. make for 中文 (前往,往…移動)
As soon as Samuel got home, he
made straight for the kitchen to
find something to eat.
Samuel一回到家,就直接走向廚房找東
西吃。
2. in truth 中文 (事實上,實際上)
Helena insisted that she would
pay for the meal, but in truth she
couldn’t afford it at all.
Helena堅持要付這餐費用,但實際上她
根本付不起。
3. It goes without saying中文 (不
用說,顯而易見)
It goes without saying that my
family will always be there for me
when I’m in trouble.
顯而易見的是當我有困難時,我的家人
總是會陪著我。

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