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《新概念英语 2》

Unit 26 The best art critics

Who is the student"s best critic?

I am an art student and I paint a lot of pictures. Many people pretend that they understand modern art. They always tell you what a picture is "about". Of course, many pictures are not "about" anything. They are just pretty patterns. We like them in the same way that we like pretty curtain material. I think that young children often appreciate modern pictures better than anyone else. They notice more. My sister is only seven, but she always tells me whether my pictures are good or not. She came into my room yesterday.

"What are you doing?" she asked.

"I"m hanging this picture on the wall," I answered. "It"s a new one. Do you like it?"

She looked at it critically for a moment. "It"s all right," she said, "but isn"t it upside down?"

I looked at it again. She was right! It was!

Unit 28 No parking

What is Jasper White"s problem?

Jasper White is one of those rare people who believes in ancient myths. He has just bought a new house in the city, but ever since he moved in, he has had trouble with cars and their owners. When he returns home at night, he always finds that someone has parked a car outside his gate. Because of this, he has not been able to get his own car into his garage even once. Jasper has put up "No Parking" signs outside his gate, but these have not had any effect. Now he has put an ugly stone head over the gate. It is one of the ugliest faces I have ever seen. I asked him what it was and he told me that it was Medusa, the Gorgon. Jasper hopes that she will turn cars and their owners to stone. But none of them has been turned to stone yet!

Unit 54 Sticky fingers

What two interruptions did the writer have?

After peakfast, I sent the children to school and then I went to the shops. It was still early when I returned home. The children were at school, my husband was at work and the house was quiet. So I decided to make some meat pies. In a short time I was busy mixing butter and flour and my hands were soon covered with sticky pastry. At exactly that moment, the telephone rang. Nothing could have been more annoying. I picked up the receiver

between two sticky fingers and was dismayed when I recognized the voice of Helen Bates. It took me ten minutes to persuade her to ring back later. At last I hung up the receiver. What a mess! There was pastry on my fingers, on the telephone, and on the doorknobs. I had no sooner got back to the kitchen than the doorbell rang loud enough to wake the dead. This time it was the postman and he wanted me to sign for a registered letter!

Unit 58 A blessing in disguise?

Why does the vicar refuse to cut down the tree?

The tiny village of Frinley is said to possess a "cursed tree". Because the tree was mentioned in a newspaper, the number of visitors to Frinley has now increased. The tree was planted near the church fifty years ago, but it is only in recent years that it has gained an evil reputation. It is said that if anyone touches the tree, he will have bad luck; if he picks a leaf, he will die. Many villagers believe that the tree has already claimed a number of victims. The vicar has been asked to have the tree cut down, but so far he has refused. He has pointed out that the tree cut down, but so far he has refused. He has pointed out that the tree is a useful source of income, as tourists have been

coming from all parts of the country to see it. In spite of all that has been said, the tourists have been picking leaves and cutting their names on the tree-trunk. So far, not one of them has been struck down by sudden death! Unit 63 She was not amused

Why did Jenny want to leave the wedding reception?

Jeremy Hampden has a large circle of friends and if very popular at parties. Everybody admires him for his great sense of humour-everybody, that is, except his six-year-old daughter, Jenny. Recently, one of Jeremy"s closest friends asked him to make a speech at a wedding reception. This is the sort of thing that Jeremy loves. He prepared the speech carefully and went to the wedding with Jenny. He had included a large number of funny stories in the speech and, of course, it was a great success. As soon as he had finished, Jenny told him she wanted to go home. Jeremy was a little disappointed by this but he did as his daughter asked. On the way home, he asked Jenny if she had enjoyed the speech. To his surprise, she said she hadn"t. Jeremy asked her why this was so and she told him that she did not like to see so many people laughing at him!

Unit 68 Persistent

Why did Elizabeth tell Nigel that she was going to the dentist?

I crossed the street to avoid meeting him, but he saw me and came running towards me. It was no use pretending that I had not seen him, so I waved to him. I never enjoy meeting Nigel Dykes. He never has anything to do. No matter how busy you are, he always insists on coming with you. I had to think of a way of preventing him from following me around all morning.

"Hello, Nigel," I said. "Fancy meeting you here!"

"Hi, Elizabeth," Nigel answered. "I was just wondering how to spend the morning-until I saw you. You"re not busy doing anything, are you?"

"No, not at all," I answered. "I"m going to …"

"Would you mind my coming with you?" he asked, before I had finished speaking.

"Not at all," I lied, "but I"m going to the dentist."

"Then I"ll come with you," he answered. "There"s always plenty to read in the waiting room!

Unit 70 Red for danger

How was the drunk removed from the ring?

During a bullfight, a drunk suddenly wandered into the middle of the ring. The crowd began to shout, but the drunk was unaware of the danger. The bull was busy with the matador at the time, but it suddenly caught sight of the drunk who was shouting rude remarks and waving a red cap. Apparently sensitive to criticism, the bull forgot all about the matador and charged at the drunk. The crowd suddenly grew quiet. The drunk, however, seemed quite sure of himself. When the bull got close to him, he clumsily stepped aside to let it pass. The crowd poke into

cheers and the drunk bowed. By this time, however, three men had come into the ring and they quickly dragged the drunk to safety. Even the bull seemed to feel sorry for him, for it looked on sympathetically until the drunk was out of the way before once more turning its attention to the matador.

Unit 74 Out of the limelight

Why was their disguise "too perfect"?

An ancient bus stopped by a dry river bed and a party of famous actors and actresses got off. Dressed in dark

glasses and old clothes, they had taken special precautions so that no one should recognize them. But as they soon discovered, disguises can sometimes be too perfect.

"This is a wonderful place for a picnic," said Gloria Gleam.

"It couldn"t be better, Gloria," Brinksley Meers agreed. "No newspaper men, no film fans! Why don"t we come more often?"

Meanwhile, two other actors, Rockwall Slinger and Merlin Greeves, had carried two large food baskets to a shady spot under some trees. When they had all made themselves comfortable, a stranger appeared. He looked very angry. "Now you get out of here, all of you!" he shouted. "I"m sheriff here. Do you see that notice? It says "No Camping" -- in case you can"t read!"

"Look, sheriff," said Rockwall, "don"t be too hard on us. I"m Rockwall Slinger and this is Merlin Greeves."

"Oh, is it?" said the sheriff with a sneer. "Well, I"m Brinksley Meers, and my other name is Gloria Gleam. Now you get out of here fast!"

Unit 83 After the elections

Why did Patrick keep on asking the same question?

The former Prime Minister, Mr. Wentworth Lane, was defeated in the recent elections. He is now retiring from political life and has gone apoad. My friend, Patrick, has always been a fanatical opponent of Mr. Lane"s Radical Progressive Party. After the elections, Patrick went to the former Prime Minister"s house. When he asked if Mr. Lane lived there, the policeman on duty told him that since his defeat, the ex-Prime Minister had gone apoad. On the following day, Patrick went to the house again. The same policeman was just walking slowly past the entrance, when Patrick asked the same question. Though a little suspicious this time, the policeman gave him the same answer. The day after, Patrick went to the house once more and asked exactly the same question. This time, the policeman lost his temper. "I told you yesterday and the day before yesterday," he shouted, "Mr. Lane was defeated in the elections. He has retired from political life and gone to live apoad!"

"I know," answered Patrick, "but I love to hear you say it!"

Unit 89 A slip of the tongue

Who made the only funny joke that evening and why?

People will do anything to see a free show -- even if it is a bad one. When the news got round that a comedy show would be presented at our local cinema by the P. and U. Bird Seed Company, we all rushed to see it. We had to queue for hours to get in and there must have been several hundred people present just before the show began. Unfortunately, the show was one of the dullest we have ever seen. Those who failed to get in need not have felt disappointed, as many of the artistes who should have appeared did not come. The only funny things we heard that evening came from the advertiser at the beginning of the programme. He was obviously very nervous and for some minutes stood awkwardly before the microphone. As soon as he opened his mouth, everyone burst out laughing. We all know what the poor man should have said, but what he actually said was: "This is the Poo and Ee Seed Bird Company. Good ladies, evening and gentlemen!"

参赛流程:

1)抽签

2)自我介绍

3)背诵课文

4)回答问题

5)背诵结束,考生需回到原座位,等候安排。

评分细则:

评委从以下四个方面对选手进行综合评判:

一.语音语调:使用标准英语,发音清晰准确,流利(连读、词重音、句重音、语调和节奏);

二.流利程度:背诵内容与课文一致。背诵过程中不出现长时间的停顿或反复。在文章意思不发生改变的情况下,允许考生个别地方使用自己的词汇代替课文中的词汇;

三.语言技巧:考生能充分把握课文的内容,并将情感融入其中。背诵过程中具有幽默感,恰当的使用手势、眼神接触与身体语言。背诵时充满自信、有感情与气势;

四.回答问题:重点考察学生对文章的理解把握能力,自我表达能力和随机应变能力。