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  1. 新视野大学英语第二册教学课件 New Horizon College English

  2. Unit 3 Section A Marriage Across the Nations

  3. Background Information • A Red Red Rose • Racial prejudice in America • Marriage customs

  4. A Red Red Rose Robert Burns (1759-1796) ( Scottish poet) O my luve (=love)is like a red, red rose, That’s newly sprung in June; O my luve is like the melodie(=melody) That’s sweetly played in tune.(和谐地)

  5. As fair art thou(=you are fair), my bonie(pretty) lass, so deep in luve am I; And I will luve thee still, my deer, till a’ the seas gang dry. (=till all the seas go dry)

  6. Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear, And the rocks melt wi’ the sun; And I will luve thee still, my dear, While the sands o’ life shall run. And fare thee weel(=well), my only luve, And fare thee weel a while; And I will come again, my luve, Tho’(=though) it were ten Thousand mile!

  7. racism: the belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others. In the history of America, Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the prominent leaders against racial discrimination and striving for civil rights. I Have a DreamAddress to civil rights marchers by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 28, 1963

  8. Look at these photos of some celebrities. • Can you recognize them? 2.Do you know something about their families? 3.What do you call such marriages?

  9. 2 Wei Wei (韦唯)’s husband is a famous Swedish composer. Echo’s(三毛) husband is a Spanish professional diver. Maggie’s (张曼玉)is a wealthy Frenchman. And Jiang Wen’s (姜文)wife is French, too. Their marriages can be called marriages across nations.

  10. Marriage Vow From this day forward, take You to be my husband and / wife, I will love you. I will cherish you. I will be true to you, no matter whether there is sickness or health, until we are parted by death, and with this ring, as a symbol of this pledge. I now marry you.

  11. Vocabulary and Structure

  12. Life is full of ups and downs, but whatever happens, we should have a positive attitude toward life.

  13. 2. I sometimes wonder why life is always full of ups and downs.

  14. 2. He has seen the ups and downs in the history of the relations between the two countries. 3. Their marriage has gone through its ups and downs.

  15. Religious /racial tolerance 宗教(种族上的) 宽容 • 2. Tolerance of disagreement

  16. 3. It’s a culture in which there is absolutely no tolerance of disagreement. 4. Many old people have a very limited tolerance to cold. 3 carnatio

  17. 1. Heasked $1500 for his old car, but I thought it was only worth $1000. We finally reached a compromise and I paid $1250. 2. Both sides are determined to get what they want, and there seems to be no possibility of compromise. Birds of paradise

  18. 3.Compromise is an inevitable part of marriage. 4. Talks continue in the hope that the two sides will reach a compromise.

  19. 1.There are subtle differences in meaning between these two words. 2.His attempt to offer us a bribe is not exactly subtle. 3. Prejudice can take subtler forms than this. tulip

  20. I have no illusions about his ability, he is just no good. • 2. We are left with few illusions about our ally.(盟友) • 3. The mirrors all round the walls give an illusion of greater space. sunflower

  21. I was under the illusion that he was honest until he was caught stealing some money.

  22. 4 • Their working together was based on mutual respect, trust and understanding. • 2. Good friends should give mutual support and inspiration. • 3. Mutual suspicion / aid / assistance / affection Sword lily

  23. Mutual respect is necessary for the • partnership to work. • 2. I didn’t like Dev, and the feeling • seemed to be mutual. • 3. Their working together was based • on mutual respect, trust and • understanding. violet

  24. 5 • Cats and mice are seldom compatible. • 2. You should choose a roommate more compatible to your tastes. • Compatible with sb./ sth. Poppy flower

  25. 3. The new software is IBM compatible. (can be used with IBM computers) 4. The project is not compatible with the company’s long-term aims.

  26. 6 1. Iwonder how their ideas worked out in practice? 2. We didn’t plan it like that but it worked out very well. 3. Things worked out quite differently. Bird of paradise

  27. 4. Ken and Ella had loads of problems when they first got married, but things worked out in the end.

  28. 1. Afghanistan has gone through too many wars. 2. Go through hardships / difficulties.

  29. The poor old man has gone through all kinds of hardships in his life. How does he keep smiling after all he’s gone through?

  30. She divorced (与――离婚)her husband after so many years of unhappiness. • 2. The judge divorced (判――离婚)Mr and Mrs Jones.

  31. a budding love affair • 2. a budding crisis • 3. The maple trees /willows are budding early this year. Poppy flower

  32. Analysis of each part: Part I (Paras.1-4) Main idea: Gail and Mark decided to marry after being together for two years to get to know each other better and learn to take a realistic view on a mixed marriage. peony

  33. There has been a lot of resistance to this new law.

  34. When you introduced computerized billing, was there much resistance From consumers?

  35. His family was supportive of his attempts to be a writer. • 2. Mary was so supportive of John when he was fired last year.

  36. She counseled them not to accept his explanation. • 2. I counsel him not to spend a lot of time playing computer games. • 3. They counseled patience / caution. Butterfly orchid

  37. The story will be continued in subsequent issues (书刊的期) of the magazine. • 2. The events I am speaking of were subsequent to (=after) the war. • 3. We made plans for a visit, but subsequent difficulties with the car prevented it.

  38. These skills were then passed on • to subsequent generations.

  39. For years he harbored a secret wish to become a painter. The girl still harbors the idea of going abroad.

  40. He harbors a secret hatred against his boss. Forget me not

  41. I had serious reservations about his appointment as captain. ivy

  42. He has a prejudice against modern poetry << Pride and Prejudice >> Jane Austin daffodils

  43. Women still have to face a great deal • of prejudice in the workplace. • 2. Prejudice against black people is • common in many parts of America. • 3. Racial prejudice

  44. 1. The plan seems on the surface to be quite practical. 2. She seems rather shy on the surface, but she’s quiet different when you get to know her

  45. 3. On the surface Mrs. Lewis seemed nice enough but she had a nasty temper at times.

  46. There are various indications that another financial crisis is coming soon. • The two leaders greeted each other • with every indication of good feeling.

  47. He gave no indication of his own feelings at all.

  48. X-rays have confirmed that he has not broken any bones. • 2. The announcements confirm that the election would take place on June 20th. • 3. The rumors of an attack were later confirmed.

  49. I’d like to confirm a reservation for a double room on the first of July. 2. His success confirmed my belief that nothing is impossible to a willing heart.

  50. 3. The new evidence has confirmed the first witness’s story.