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洪恩环境英语第七册练习部分:lesson Six

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  Lesson Six.Listen to the following conversation between two friends who work in the same office.

But now he's excited about studying psychology at Southern.

Now repeat these phrases.

interesting

That sounds interesting! That sounds very interesting!

too bad

That's too bad. That's really too bad!

disappointing

How disappointing! How very disappointing!

Now you use one of these two expressions:either That sounds interesting!

or That's too bad!after each of the following sentences.

For example,if I say,"My son is studying psychology,"you say....

That sounds interesting!But if I say,"He failed his math test,"then you say...

That's too bad! All right?Let's begin.My son is studying psychology.

That sounds interesting!He failed his math test.

That's too bad!His SAT scores were very low.

That's too bad!He's going to major in business administration.

That sounds interesting!I'm ging to Japan next week.

That sounds interesting!I won't have time to see much of the country.

Thats too bad!I'm reading a good mystery novel.

That sounds interesting! The last chapter is missing.That's too bad!

Now listen to the following pairs of sentences.

My boss wants to take a course in computers.

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Maria wants to be director of the show.

Maria wants Mike to be director of the show.

Notice how the meaning of the sentence changes

when you put a direct object like me or Mike between a berb and its infinitive.

Here's another example.

Steven wants to be back before the baby arrives.

Steven wants Maria to be back before the baby arrives.

Now I want you to do this exercise.

You will hear a sentence and then an object.

Repeat the sentence,putting the infinitive.

For example,I say,"My boss wants to take a course in compouters.Me."

And you say...

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Or I say..."Steven wants to be director of the show.Mike."

And you say...

Steven wants Mike to be director of the show.

All right.Ready?Let's begin.My boss wants toi take a course in computers.Me.

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Steven wants to be director of the show.Mike.

Steven wants Mike to be director of the show.

Steven wants to be back before the baby arrives.Maria.

Steven wants Maria to be back before the baby arrives.

I'd like to buy new furniture.You.

I'd like you to buy some new furniture.
  Lesson Six.Listen to the following conversation between two friends who work in the same office.

But now he's excited about studying psychology at Southern.

Now repeat these phrases.

interesting

That sounds interesting! That sounds very interesting!

too bad

That's too bad. That's really too bad!

disappointing

How disappointing! How very disappointing!

Now you use one of these two expressions:either That sounds interesting!

or That's too bad!after each of the following sentences.

For example,if I say,"My son is studying psychology,"you say....

That sounds interesting!But if I say,"He failed his math test,"then you say...

That's too bad! All right?Let's begin.My son is studying psychology.

That sounds interesting!He failed his math test.

That's too bad!His SAT scores were very low.

That's too bad!He's going to major in business administration.

That sounds interesting!I'm ging to Japan next week.

That sounds interesting!I won't have time to see much of the country.

Thats too bad!I'm reading a good mystery novel.

That sounds interesting! The last chapter is missing.That's too bad!

Now listen to the following pairs of sentences.

My boss wants to take a course in computers.

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Maria wants to be director of the show.

Maria wants Mike to be director of the show.

Notice how the meaning of the sentence changes

when you put a direct object like me or Mike between a berb and its infinitive.

Here's another example.

Steven wants to be back before the baby arrives.

Steven wants Maria to be back before the baby arrives.

Now I want you to do this exercise.

You will hear a sentence and then an object.

Repeat the sentence,putting the infinitive.

For example,I say,"My boss wants to take a course in compouters.Me."

And you say...

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Or I say..."Steven wants to be director of the show.Mike."

And you say...

Steven wants Mike to be director of the show.

All right.Ready?Let's begin.My boss wants toi take a course in computers.Me.

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Steven wants to be director of the show.Mike.

Steven wants Mike to be director of the show.

Steven wants to be back before the baby arrives.Maria.

Steven wants Maria to be back before the baby arrives.

I'd like to buy new furniture.You.

I'd like you to buy some new furniture.
  Lesson Six.Listen to the following conversation between two friends who work in the same office.

But now he's excited about studying psychology at Southern.

Now repeat these phrases.

interesting

That sounds interesting! That sounds very interesting!

too bad

That's too bad. That's really too bad!

disappointing

How disappointing! How very disappointing!

Now you use one of these two expressions:either That sounds interesting!

or That's too bad!after each of the following sentences.

For example,if I say,"My son is studying psychology,"you say....

That sounds interesting!But if I say,"He failed his math test,"then you say...

That's too bad! All right?Let's begin.My son is studying psychology.

That sounds interesting!He failed his math test.

That's too bad!His SAT scores were very low.

That's too bad!He's going to major in business administration.

That sounds interesting!I'm ging to Japan next week.

That sounds interesting!I won't have time to see much of the country.

Thats too bad!I'm reading a good mystery novel.

That sounds interesting! The last chapter is missing.That's too bad!

Now listen to the following pairs of sentences.

My boss wants to take a course in computers.

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Maria wants to be director of the show.

Maria wants Mike to be director of the show.

Notice how the meaning of the sentence changes

when you put a direct object like me or Mike between a berb and its infinitive.

Here's another example.

Steven wants to be back before the baby arrives.

Steven wants Maria to be back before the baby arrives.

Now I want you to do this exercise.

You will hear a sentence and then an object.

Repeat the sentence,putting the infinitive.

For example,I say,"My boss wants to take a course in compouters.Me."

And you say...

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Or I say..."Steven wants to be director of the show.Mike."

And you say...

Steven wants Mike to be director of the show.

All right.Ready?Let's begin.My boss wants toi take a course in computers.Me.

My boss wants me to take a course in computers.

Steven wants to be director of the show.Mike.

Steven wants Mike to be director of the show.

Steven wants to be back before the baby arrives.Maria.

Steven wants Maria to be back before the baby arrives.

I'd like to buy new furniture.You.

I'd like you to buy some new furniture.