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  • 新编英语教程?英语专业用(修订版)2教师用书[平装]
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  • 作者:李观仪(编者)
  • 出版社:上海外语教育出版社;第2版(1999年6月1日)
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    《新编英语教程·英语专业用(修订版)2教师用书》为普通高等教育“九五”国家级重点教材之一。

    目录

    Unit 1
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The present perfect progressive indicating a finished action
    2. The past progressive indicating a circumstance and the simple past indicating a past event
    3. The past perfect progressive
    4. The I was wondering if... pattern as a polite form of request
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    An American Sightseeing in Athens

    Unit 2
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The nominal clause used as
    1. the subject complement introduced by that
    2. the subject complement introduced by a wh- word
    3. the appositive
    4. the subject introduced by what
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Messages from the Media

    Unit 3
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The passive sentence
    I. involving the modal auxiliary have to
    2. converted from the active sentence with a direct and an indirect object
    3. involving the verb phrase/phrasal verb
    4. formed by the They say It is said.., patterns
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Killing Two Birds with One Stone

    Unit4
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Modal auxiliaries
    1. would + perfect infinitive used to express "unfulfilled wish"
    2. should ought to + perfect infinitive used to express "unfulfilled obligation"
    3. needn't + perfect infinitive expressing "unnecessary past actions"
    4. may/might + perfect infinitive used to express "speculations about past actions"
    5. can/could not + perfect infinitive used to express "negative deduction about past actions"
    6. must + perfect infinitive used to express "affirmative deduction about past actions"
    7. may might as well used with the second person pronoun expressing "suggestions"
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Too Many Cats

    Unit 5
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Indirect speech introduced by
    1. a simple past verb reporting a command
    2. a simple past verb reporting advice
    3. a simple present verb reporting a requesl
    4. a simple present verb reporting a reminder
    5. a simple present verb reporting a question
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Telephone Calls

    Unit 6
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The adverbial clause
    1. of purpose introduced by so that
    2. of result introduced by so... that
    3. of concession introduced by no matter + wh- word/even if
    4. of comparison introduced by than
    5. of comparison in the the more.., the more.., pattern
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Vitamins

    Unit 7
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The -ing participle used as the object of remember, forget and stop
    The infinitive used as the object of remember, forget and stop
    2. The infinitive used as a noun modifier preceded by for and its logical subject
    3. The infinitive used as the postponed object in the introductory it construction
    4. The -ing participle used as the object of a preposition
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Pigeons

    Unit 8
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The relative clause introduced by when
    2. The relative clause introduced by where
    3. The relative clause preceded by the way ( in which )
    4. The relative clause introduced by why
    5. Expressing increase by using times
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Don' t Forget to Remember!

    Unit 9
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The subjunctive were after I wish, indicating a present non-fact
    2. The subjunctive had been after I wish, indicating a past non-fact
    3. Sentences of unreal conditions related to the future
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Computers

    Unit 10
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The future expressed by be about to
    2. be going to in the past expressing "implied intention"
    3. The past perfect used in the hardly.:, when.., pattern
    4. The past perfect of hope + infinitive expressing "'an unfulfilled wish"
    5. The simple past in the It's time + subject + past-tense verb pattern
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Izmguage Without Words

    Unit 11
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The nominal clause used as
    1. the subject, introduced by It seems that
    2. the subject, introduced by It happens that
    3. the subject, introduced by It doesn' t matter + wh- word
    4. the object in the It all depends on + wh- word pattern
    5. the postponed object in the introductory it construction
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The Present

    Unit 12
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The passive sentence
    1. converted from an active sentence containing the make somebody do something pattern
    2. formed by get + -ed participle
    3. with a past perfect modal auxiliary
    4. converted from n active sentence containing the know think somebody to be pattern
    5. converted from an active sentence containing the want somebody to do something pattern
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Looking into the Future —— A talk given by Dr. Pyke in the 1980s

    Unit 13
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Modal auxiliaries
    1. ought to used to express "strong probability"
    2. used to expressing "a past action/situation which is no longer done/no longer exists"
    3. daren' t expressing "lack of Courage"
    4. should in the introductory it construction
    5. should used after certain verbs
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Announcements

    Unit 14
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Indirect speech introduced by various kinds of reporting words
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    The World of Hflen Keller

    Unit 15
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    The adverbial clause
    1. of time introduced by while as soon as the moment by the time
    2. of time and place introduced by whenever and wherever
    of concession introduced by however
    of time/cause introduced by now that
    3. of condition introduced by or else
    of purpose introduced by so ( that )
    4. of manner introduced by as if/as though, indicating an unreal situation
    of time/condition introduced by so long as as long as
    5. of degree introduced by so far as
    of alternative condition introduced by whether.., or not
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Why Do the British Drive on the Left?

    Unit 16
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The -ed participle used as the object complement in the have something done pattern
    2. The infinitive that takes a logical object, which is the subject of the sentence
    3. The -ing participle used as the object of the preposition
    4. The -ing participle Used as the postponed object in the introductory it construction
    5. The -ing participle used as the object complement LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Challenges

    Unit 17
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    1. The relative clause introduced by pronoun + of + which
    2. The relative clause introduced by who that and preceded by another relative clause
    3. The relative clause introduced by that and containing there be
    4. The relative clause introduced by which, its antecedent being the main clause
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Parent-Child Relationships

    Unit 18
    MAIN TEACHING POINTS
    Sentences of unreal conditions
    1. related to something being done at present
    2. with the connective unless
    3. with the connective supposing
    4. with the connective otherwise
    5. in the if it hadn' t been for.., pattern
    LISTENING COMPREHENSION
    Visiting the Taj Mahal
    A Sample Test
    Answers and Tapescripts for the Sample Test
    Key to the Workbook

    文摘

    Noisy Neighbours
    The party started shortly after nine. Mr. Wood, who lived in the apartment below, sighed to himselfas he heard the first signs the steady tramp of feet on the stairs and the sound of excited voices as theguests greeted each other. He knew that in just a few minutes the music would begin and, after that, thedancing. Luckily, Mr. Wood had brought some work home from the office which would keep him busy fora while, perhaps for a couple of hours or so. He hoped this would help him ignore the party that was go-ing on upstairs.
    By eleven o'clock Mr. Wood felt very tired. He was ready for bed but he knew from past experiencethat he was not going to be able to get to sleep. Putting on his pajamas, he propped himself up in bedwith a book. He tried to concentrate on his book, but the noise from the room directly above his head wastoo much. He found himself reading the same page over and over again. Giving up, he turned out thelight and buried his head in the pillows in a desperate effort to shut out the noise. Finally, after whatseemed like hours, he switched the light back on and looked at his watch. It was a little after threeo'clock. He was furious. Throwing back the covers, he jumped out of bed put on his robe and marchedout of the bedroom and across the living room to the front door of his apartment. He jerked the door openand charged out into the hallway, heading for the stairs.
    Gasping for breath after running up the stairs, Mr. Wood positioned himself at his neighbour's doorand knocked several times as loud as he could. But no one opened the door. This did not improve histemper. So he pounded on the door and shouted, "Open up in there!, A moment later the door openedand his neighbour, dressed in pajamas and rubbing his eyes, appeared in the doorway. Recognizing Mr.Wood and sensing that something terrible had happened, he asked, "What is it, Mr. Wood? What's thematter? Is the place on fire or something? No!"shouted Mr. Wood. "It's all this noise! How do youexpect people to get any sleep?" His neighbour looked surprised and said, "What noise?" Mr. Woodstopped and listened for a moment. There was silence.