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  1. When Lightning Struck 1-1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement I. Reading aloud Reading aloud Read the following sentences aloud, paying special attention to sentence stresses. Audiovisual supplements • `Somehow I `managed to un`bolt the `door and `scramble `out. • She was from a `small `town in `east `Texas, and this was `only her `second `time on an `airplane.

  2. When Lightning Struck 1-2.1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement II. Audiovisual supplements Watch the film episode and then answer the following questions. Reading aloud Audiovisual supplements Film Episode: Lion King II Questions: 1. Why did Kovu hold an unfriendly attitude towards Kiara at the very beginning? 2. What do you think of Kovu? Is he brave? Answers for reference: • Because he thought Kiara was a coward and a pride lander. • 2. Open.

  3. When Lightning Struck 1-2.2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement KOVU : Who are you, pride lander? KOVU : What are you doing? KIARA: My father says to never turn your back on an outsider. KOVU : You always do what Daddy says? KIARA: No! KOVU : Bet ya do! Bet you’re Daddy’s little girl. [Scoffs] KOVU : An outsider doesn’t need anybody. I take care of myself. KIARA: Really? KIARA: Cool! KIARA: Run! KIARA: This way! KOVU : [Laughing] That was a close one. KIARA: [Laughing] Yeah. KOVU : Scoot! Reading aloud Audiovisual supplements

  4. When Lightning Struck 1-2.3 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement KOVU : Whoa! KIARA: Hey. Wh-what about me? KOVU : I-I’ll distract them! Run! Whoops! KOVU : Whoop — oh! KOVU : [Choking] KIARA: Look out! KOVU : [Whimpering] KOVU : [Screaming] KIARA: [Grunting] Move it! KIARA: [Laughing] KOVU : Whoa! KIARA: [Grunting] KIARA: I did it! I did it! [Blows raspberry] KIARA: [Laughing] KOVU : Ha! [Laughing] Reading aloud Audiovisual supplements

  5. When Lightning Struck 1-2.4 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement KIARA: Ho, man. Did you see the size of those teeth? KIARA: They were going, “Rr, rr, rr, rr.” KIARA: [Laughing] KIARA: He just totally ate me up right there. And I jumped on his head. And I popped him so good! We make such a good team! And you — you were really brave. KOVU : Yeah? You were pretty brave too. KOVU : My name’s Kovu. KIARA: [Giggles] I’m Kiara. Reading aloud Audiovisual supplements

  6. When Lightning Struck 1-2.4 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Reading aloud Audiovisual supplements ■

  7. When Lightning Struck 2-1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement I. Text introduction Text introduction The story is the writer’s objective and vivid narration of her extraordinary, unforgettable travel experience on a plane for the purpose of praising good people and their fine deeds and bringing out superb touching human relations witnessed at critical moments. Structural analysis Cultural background

  8. When Lightning Struck 2-2.1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement II. Structural analysis Text introduction Structural analysis — Paragraphs 1– 4 This part tells us about the setting and the unexpected happening, and introduces some main characters, of whom the writer is one. Cultural background — Paragraphs 5– 9 This part narrates and delineates the feelings, thoughts, and actions of the writer, the kindness of the glamorous young woman and the behavior of other fellow passengers on the plane when they were faced with the dangerous situation.

  9. When Lightning Struck 2-2.3 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Text introduction — Paragraphs 10 – 12 This part tells the readers what the passengers saw and did after they landed safely. Structural analysis Cultural background — Paragraphs 13 – 14 This part tells the readers the author’s gratitude to her fellow passengers and her purpose of writing this story.

  10. When Lightning Struck 2-3.1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement III. Cultural background Text introduction Lightning is the release of electrical energy in the sky. Lightning can start fires. It also can kill. During a storm, the normally neutral particles in clouds hit each other. They become electrically charged. As they flow toward each other, they form an electric spark of light. Some Structural analysis Cultural background Lightning Safety lightning is created between clouds. Other lightning is created within clouds. And some is created when negative charges from a cloud’s base move down to meet positive charges rising from Earth.

  11. When Lightning Struck 2-3.2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Lightning that strikes the Earth carries one or more electrical discharges called strokes. The bright light seen in a flash of lightning is called a return stroke. Return strokes travel at the speed of light. They discharge about one-hundred million volts of electricity. They heat the air to more than thirty-three-thousand degrees Celsius. Air heated by return strokes expands and produces the sound of thunder. Experts tell people to seek the safety of a building or a hard-top vehicle any time they hear thunder, even if it is not raining. People who are outside should make sure they are not the tallest things around. Bend low to the ground, but do not lie down. Do not stand near a tree or any tall object. Stay out of — and away from — water. Get away from bicycles and other things made of metal. A car is safe, but do not touch any metal inside. Text introduction Structural analysis Cultural background

  12. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement When Lightning Struck I was in the tiny bathroom in the back of the plane when I felt the slamming jolt, and then the horrible swerve that threw me against the door. Oh, Lord, I thought, this is it! Somehow I managed to unbolt the door and scramble out. The flight attendants, already strapped in, waved wildly for me to sit down. As I lunged toward my seat, passengers looked up at me with the stricken expressions of creatures who know they are about to die. “I think we got hit by lightning,” the girl in the seat next to mine said. She was from a small town in east Texas, and this was only her second time on an airplane. She had won a trip to England by competing in a high school geography bee and was supposed to make a connecting flight when we landed in Newark.

  13. When Lightning Struck 3.text2-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement In the next seat, at the window, sat a young businessman who had been confidently working. Now he looked worried. And that really worries me — when confident-looking businessmen look worried. The laptop was put away. “Something’s not right,” he said. The pilot’s voice came over the speaker. I heard vaguely through my fear, “Engine number two ... emergency landing ... New Orleans.” When he was done, the voice of a flight attendant came on, reminding us of the emergency procedures she had reviewed before takeoff. Of course I never paid attention to this drill, always figuring that if we ever got to the point where we needed to use life jackets, I would have already died of terror.

  14. When Lightning Struck 3.text3-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Now we began a roller-coaster ride through the thunderclouds. I was ready to faint, but when I saw the face of the girl next to me, I pulled myself together, I reached for her hand and reassured her that we were going to make it. “What a story you’re going to tell when you get home!” I said. “After this, London’s going to seem like small potatoes.” I wondered where I was getting my strength. Then I saw that my other hand was tightly held by a ringed hand. Someone was comforting me — a glamorous young woman across the aisle, the female equivalent of the confident businessman. She must have seen how scared I was and reached over.

  15. When Lightning Struck 3.text6-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement There was someone I wanted to call. Back in Vermont, my husband, Bill, was anticipating my arrival late that night. He had been complaining that he wasn’t getting to see very much of me because of my book tour. I had planned to surprise him by getting in a few hours early. Now I just wanted him to know I was okay and on my way. When my name was finally called to board my new flight, I felt almost tearful to be parting from the people whose lives had so intensely, if briefly, touched mine. Even now, back on terra firma, walking down a Vermont road, I sometimes hear an airplane and look up at that small, glinting piece of metal. I remember the passengers on that fateful, lucky flight and wish I could thank them for the many acts of kindness I witnessed and received. I am indebted to my fellow passengers and wish I could pay them back.

  16. When Lightning Struck 3.text4-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement “I tell you,” she confided, “the problems I brought up on this plane with me sure don’t seem real big right now.” I loved her Southern drawl, her indiscriminate use of perfume, and her soulful squeezes. I was sure that even if I survived the plane crash, I’d have a couple of broken fingers from all the TLC. “Are you okay?” she kept asking me. Among the many feelings going through my head during those excruciating 20 minutes was pride — pride in how well everybody on board was behaving. No one panicked. No one screamed. As we jolted and screeched our way downward, I could hear small pockets of soothing conversation everywhere.

  17. When Lightning Struck 3.text5-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement I thought of something I had heard a friend say about the wonderful gift his dying father had given the family: he had died peacefully, as if not to alarm any of them about an experience they would all have to go through someday. And then — yes! — we landed safely. Outside on the ground, attendants and officials were waiting to transfer us to alternative flights. But we passengers clung together. We chatted about the lives we now felt blessed to be living, as difficult or rocky as they might be. The young businessman lamented that he had not a chance to buy his two little girls a present. An older woman offered him her box of expensive Lindt chocolates, still untouched, tied with a lovely bow. “I shouldn’t be eating them anyhow,” she said. My glamorous aisle mate took out her cell phone and passed it around to anyone who wanted to make a call to hear the reassuring voice of a loved one.

  18. When Lightning Struck 3.text7-S Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement But then, remembering my aisle mate’s hand clutching mine while I clutched the hand of the high school student, I feel struck by lightning all over again: the point is not to pay back kindness but to pass it on.

  19. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement When Lightning Struck I was in the tiny bathroom in the back of the plane when I felt the slammingjolt, and then the horrible swerve that threw me against the door. Oh, Lord, I thought, this is it! Somehow I managed to unbolt the door and scramble out. The flight attendants, already strapped in, waved wildly for me to sit down. As I lunged toward my seat, passengers looked up at me with the stricken expressions of creatures who know they are about to die. “I think we got hit by lightning,” the girl in the seat next to mine said. She was from a small town in east Texas, and this was only her second time on an airplane. She had won a trip to England by competing in a high school geography bee and was supposed to make a connecting flight when we landed in Newark.

  20. When Lightning Struck 3.text2-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement In the next seat, at the window, sat a young businessman who had been confidently working. Now he looked worried. And that really worries me — when confident-looking businessmen look worried. The laptop was put away. “Something’s not right,” he said. The pilot’s voice came over the speaker. I heard vaguely through my fear, “Engine number two ... emergency landing ... New Orleans.” When he was done, the voice of a flight attendant came on, reminding us of the emergency procedures she had reviewed before takeoff. Of course I never paid attention to this drill, always figuring that if we ever got to the point where we needed to use life jackets, I would have already died of terror.

  21. When Lightning Struck 3.text3-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Now we began a roller-coaster ride through the thunderclouds. I was ready to faint, but when I saw the face of the girl next to me, I pulled myself together, I reached for her hand and reassured her that we were going to make it. “What a story you’re going to tell when you get home!” I said. “After this, London’s going to seem like small potatoes.” I wondered where I was getting my strength. Then I saw that my other hand was tightly held by a ringed hand. Someone was comforting me — a glamorous young woman across the aisle, the female equivalent of the confident businessman. She must have seen how scared I was and reached over.

  22. When Lightning Struck 3.text4-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement “I tell you,” she confided, “the problems I broughtup on this plane with me sure don’t seem real big right now.” I loved her Southern drawl, her indiscriminate use of perfume, and her soulfulsqueezes. I was sure that even if I survived the plane crash, I’d have a couple of broken fingers from all the TLC. “Are you okay?” she kept asking me. Among the many feelings going through my head during those excruciating 20 minutes was pride — pride in how well everybody on board was behaving. No one panicked. No one screamed. As we jolted and screeched our way downward, I could hear small pockets of soothing conversation everywhere.

  23. When Lightning Struck 3.text5-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement I thought of something I had heard a friend say about the wonderful gift his dying father had given the family: he had died peacefully, as if not to alarm any of them about an experience they would all have to go through someday. And then — yes! — we landed safely. Outside on the ground, attendants and officials were waiting to transfer us to alternative flights. But we passengers clung together. We chatted about the lives we now felt blessed to be living, as difficult or rocky as they might be. The young businessman lamented that he had not a chance to buy his two little girls a present. An older woman offered him her box of expensive Lindt chocolates, still untouched, tied with a lovely bow. “I shouldn’t be eating them anyhow,” she said. My glamorous aisle mate took out her cell phone and passed it around to anyone who wanted to make a call to hear the reassuring voice of a loved one.

  24. When Lightning Struck 3.text6-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement There was someone I wanted to call. Back in Vermont, my husband, Bill, was anticipating my arrival late that night. He had been complaining that he wasn’t getting to see very much of me because of my book tour. I had planned to surprise him by getting in a few hours early. Now I just wanted him to know I was okay and on my way. When my name was finally called to board my new flight, I felt almost tearful to be parting from the people whose lives had so intensely, if briefly, touched mine. Even now, back on terra firma, walking down a Vermont road, I sometimes hear an airplane and look up at that small, glinting piece of metal. I remember the passengers on that fateful, lucky flight and wish I could thank them for the many acts of kindness I witnessed and received. I am indebted to my fellow passengers and wish I could pay them back.

  25. When Lightning Struck 3.text7-W Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement But then, remembering my aisle mate’s hand clutching mine while I clutched the hand of the high school student, I feel struck by lightning all over again: the point is not to pay back kindness but to pass it on.

  26. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-S-Lord Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Lord Explanation: an expression of surprise, fear, worry, etc., often used in such phrases as Oh Lord!, Good Lord! Practice: Make sentences with the word: e.g. Oh Lord, I’ve forgotten the tickets! Good Lord, how amazing!

  27. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-S-Texas Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Texas Explanation: a state in the southwest of the USA, on the Gulf of Mexico, with Austin as its capital and Houston being its largest city

  28. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-S-Newark Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Newark Explanation: the largest city of New Jersey, USA, only 16 miles southwest of New York

  29. When Lightning Struck 3.text2-S-always figuring … Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement always figuring that if we ever got to the point where we needed to use life jackets Paraphrase: always thinking that if one particular moment should happen when we needed to put on life jackets 总是想如果真到了要用救生衣之时

  30. When Lightning Struck 3.text3-S_roller coaster Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement roller coaster Explanation: a small railway with steep slopes and sharp curves, found in amusement parks 过山车

  31. When Lightning Struck 3.text3-S_we were … Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement … we were going to make it. Paraphrase: … we would fly through the thunderclouds successfully. 我们一定能够安全穿越雷云。

  32. When Lightning Struck 3.text3-S_small potatoes … Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement small potatoes Explanation: If somebody or something is referred to as a small potato, it seems unimportant when compared to somebody or something else. Here the author implies that the girl’s visit to London is going to seem unimportant, compared to the incident. 不值一提的事物

  33. When Lightning Struck 3.text4-S_I'd have Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement … I’d have a couple of broken fingers from all the TLC. Paraphrase: I’d have one or two fingers broken because of the lady’s tender loving squeezes. The author was getting her strength and humorously implied that nothing serious would ever happen. TLC a shortened form for “tender loving care” 我肯定会有几根手指被她的关怀捏断了。

  34. When Lightning Struck 3.text5-S_And then … Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement And then — yes! — we landed safely. Explanation: The word “yes” can be used when you have just remembered something you were talking about. Here it is used to emphasize that we landed safely. e.g. What was I talking about? — Oh yes, I was telling you what happened at the shop that night.

  35. When Lightning Struck 3.text5-S_Lindt chocolates Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Lindt chocolates Explanation: Lindt is the brand name of a kind of chocolates.

  36. When Lightning Struck 3.text6-S_Vermont Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Vermont Explanation: a state in the northeast USA, in New England, with Montpelier as its capital

  37. When Lightning Struck 3.text6-S_book tour Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement book tour Explanation: a tour made by an author for the promotion of his or her book newly published 新书巡展

  38. When Lightning Struck 3.text6-S_terra firma Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement terra firma Explanation: dry land; solid ground, in contrast to water or air. The phrase comes from Latin, literally meaning “firm land”.

  39. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-slam1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement slam v. 1) to shut loudly and with force 2) to hit or attack someone or something with a lot of force e.g. We heard a car door slam. e.g. All 155 passengers died instantly when the plane slammed into the mountain. Collocation: slam the door in somebody’s face: to close a door hard when someone is trying to come in slam on the brakes: to make a car stop very suddenly by pressing the brakes very hard slam dunk: when a basketball player jumps high above the net and throws the ball down through it

  40. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-slam2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Practice: Translate the following sentences into English: 1) 她将盒子砰地摔在桌上。 2) 他愤怒地猛地把门关上。 She slammed the box down on the table. He slammed the door angrily.

  41. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W- jolt1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement jolt n. a sudden rough shaking movement e.g. People felt the first jolt of the earthquake at about 8 a.m. Comparison: rattle, shudder rattle: to shake and repeatedly hit against something else, making a continuous noise shudder: if something such as a piece of machinery or a vehicle shudders, it shakes uncontrollably with very small movements

  42. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-jolt 2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Practice: • Fill in the blanks with proper words: • Our house was so close to the railway that you could feel it • (jolt, rattle, shudder) every time a train went by. • 2) Our coach (jolt, rattle, shudder) and stopped. Then it started again. • 3) I woke up to the sound of cups and plates (jolt, rattle, shudder), and knew that Dad was already up. shudder ________ jolted ______ rattling ________

  43. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-swerve1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement swerve n. & v. 1) n. a sudden turn to one side 2) v. to make a sudden sideways movement while moving forwards e.g. He made a swift swerve to the left. e.g. The bus swerved off the road. Comparison: swerve, veer, turn swerve: to suddenly change direction, especially in order to avoid hitting something veer: to suddenly and unexpectedly change direction turn: to change your direction when you are walking or driving

  44. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-swerve2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Practice: Translate the following sentences into English: 1) 小汽车为避开这只狗急忙转向。 2) 始终盯着她脸庞的眼睛 The car swerved to avoid the dog. eyes that never once swerve from her face

  45. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-unbolt Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement unbolt v. to unlock

  46. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-scramble1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement scramble v. 1) to move quickly 2) to climb up, down, or over something quickly and with difficulty, especially using your hands to help you e.g. Alan scrambled out of the way. e.g. They tried to scramble up the cliff. Collocation: scramble somebody’s brains: to make someone unable to think clearly or reasonably scramble an egg: to cook an egg by mixing the white and yellow parts together and heating it in a pan

  47. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-scramble2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Practice: Translate the following sentences into Chinese: 1) The children scrambled up the hill. 2) He scrambled into jeans and a T-shirt. 孩子们爬上这座小山。 他匆忙套上牛仔裤和T恤衫。

  48. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-strap1 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement strap v. & n. 1) v. to fasten something or someone in place with one or more straps 2) n. a narrow band of strong material that is used to fasten, hang, or hold onto something e.g. soldiers with grenades strapped to their belts e.g. Could you help me fasten this strap around my suitcase? Derivation: strapless adj. strapped adj. Collocation: shoulder strap

  49. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-strap2 Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement Practice: • Fill in the blanks with proper forms of strap: • Can you lend me ten dollars? I’m a little for cash. • The of my bag is broken. • Susanna wore a black silk dress. strapped ________ strap _____ strapless _________

  50. When Lightning Struck 3.text1-W-lunge Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two: Global Reading Section Three: Detailed Reading Section Four: Consolidation Activities Section Five: Further Enhancement lunge v. to make a sudden forceful forward movement e.g. The reporters lunged for the telephone. The goats lunged at each other with their horns. Collocation: lunge at/forward/towards/out Practice: • Translate the following sentences into English: • 1) 一个疯子挥舞着刀子向我猛冲过来。 • 2) 他疯狂地扑向对手。 A mad man lunged at me with a knife. He lunged wildly at his opponent.