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高中英语必修四Unit 4 Body Language语言点总结  

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 高中英语必修四Unit 4 Body Language语言点总结

 

Word usage:

1.major  1) adj.  more important or serious than other things

          2) v.  major in sth.  to study sth. as your main subject at university

          3) n.  a subject you major in.

The house needs major repairs.

He is a major writer.

Her major subject is chemistry.

Alice majors in economics.

His major is history.

 

2. represent   v. 1) to act officially for another person or group of people

              2) to be a sign for another thing

              3) to describe or show a person or thing in a particular way

They said that they represented the committee.

The dove represents peace.

What does X represent here?

 

3.curious  adj. 1) [never before a noun] eager to know sth. or to learn about sth.

               2) odd or strange

The boy was curious about everything he saw.

We were curious about where she’d gone.

I heard a curious noise last night.

 

4. experience   1) n.  a)  [U] knowledge or skill which comes from doing or feeling sth. for a long time rather than from books

                 b) [C] sth. that happens to you and has an effect on your mind and feelings

              2) vt.  to feel or to be influenced by sth. that happens

She had no experience of life at all.

Have you had any experience of teaching English?

Please tell us about your experiences in Africa.

I had a rather odd experience the other day.

We have experienced many defeats, but we believe that we will succeed.

 

5. introduce   v.  make (a person) know to others; bring into use

           I introduced John to Mary last year, and now they are married.

           Would you please introduce yourself?

           Potatoes were introduced into Europe from South America.

 

6. approach   1) vt.  come nearer to; set to do

2) n. the act of coming nearer; access

       Silently we approached the enemy’s camp.

       The time is approaching when we will have to leave.

The approach of winter brings cold weather.

 

7. express    1) vt. put into words; show feelings;

             2) n. fast train or delivery; a rapid, efficient system for the delivery of goods and mail

           He can not express how he felt about the matter.

           Could you express yourself in English?

           Send the letter by express.

 

8. action   n.  deed or conduct; process of doing

            Actions speak louder than words.

            We are tired of talking about the problem---now is the time for action.

            The police had to take firm action to deal with the case.

 

9. general  adj.  involving or applying to all persons or things of a group or category; concerning the overall aspects of a subject

        There is a general feeling that this law isn’t working properly.

        The school gives a good general education.

        Worry about high food prices has now become fairly general.

 

10. avoid   v. keep away from; prevent

         I avoided him as much as possible.

They all avoided mentioning that name.

She braked suddenly and avoided an accident.

 

11. comedy   n. amusing play or film; amusing incident

       One of his new comedies is to be presented.

       Do you prefer comedy or tragedy?

       There will be a comedy show in TV this evening.

 

12. misunderstand  v. unable to understand the correct meaning; misinterpret

           His intentions were misunderstood.

                 He misunderstood what I said.

                 They pretended to misunderstand my complaint.

 

13. similar  adj.  showing resemblance; resembling but not the same; of the same kind or amount

      His problem is similar to yours.

My view is similar to hers.

They had similar opinion.

 

14. expression   n. communication of an idea, emotion, etc.; the manner that expresses feeling

I sent them flowers as an expression of thanks.

There was no expression on her face.

"Shut up" is not a polite expression.

 

15. agreement   n. accord or harmony of opinion and way of thinking; treaty

My parents are in agreement on what color to paint the house.

The three sides reached an agreement to stop the war.

      We are in agreement with their decision.

 

16. chest   n. part of the body wrapped by ribs and the breastbone; big strong box for storing things in; treasury of a public institution.

He has a severe pain in the chest.

      He’s got a weak chest.

      I keep the tea in a chest.

 

18. gesture  n.  movement of the body to express an idea, intentions or attitude.

    v. to make a gesture.

We hold a party for our new colleagues as a gesture of friendship.

Handshake is a gesture of friendship.

She was gesturing so excitedly that I knew something was wrong.

 

19. adult  1) n. group-up or mature person

         2) adj. grow-up or mature

He'd spent all his adult life in the army.

Sam is a rather adult child.

In this sense, children and adults have equal rights.

 

20. punish  v. to inflict penalty on

Motorists should be severely punished for speeding.

The teacher punished her students for cheating in the exam.

He has never been punished by his parents.  

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