新课标人教版高中英语必修三 Unit1 精品学案(教师版)
必修三 Unit 1 Festivals around the world
单元要点 词语 辨析 1. take place / happen / occur / come about / break out 2. celebrate / congratulate 3. gather / collect 4. award / reward beautify v.美化，变美
1. beauty n.美，美丽；美人， 美的东西
beautiful adj. 美的， 美丽 的 beautifully adv.美丽 地；优美地
2. religion n. 宗教,信仰
religious adj. 宗教 的 , 虔 诚的
3. satisfy vt. 满足；使满意 词 形 变 词 汇 部 分 化
satisfying adj.令人满意的 satisfied 感到满意的
4. arrive vi. 到达，到来
arrival n. 到达,到来,到 达者/物
5. depend vi.依靠,信赖, 决定于
dependent adj.依靠的,依 赖的 independent adj.独立的,自主的
dependence n.信赖，依赖 independence n. 独立，自立
6. energy n. 活力，精力，能源 energetic adj. 精力充沛 的，充满活力的 7. apologize vi. 道歉，认错 8. sad adj. 悲哀的；十分糟 糕的，令人伤心遗憾的 apology n. 道歉，认错
energetically adv. 精力充沛 地，积极地
sadly adv. 悲哀地；凄惨 sadness n.悲哀；悲痛；凄惨 地
1. mean (meant, meant) vt.&vi. 意思是；意味着；打算；预定 2. starve vi.&vt. (使)饿死；饿得要死 重 点 单 词 3. belief n. [c,u] 信任；信仰；信心 4. gain vt. 获得；得到 n.[c,u] 收获；获利
5. admire vt. 赞美；钦佩；羡慕 6. permission n.[u] 许可；允许 7. remind vt. 提醒；使想起 8. forgive (forgave, forgiven) vt. 原谅；饶恕
1. take place 发生;举行 2. in memory of 纪念；追念 重 点 词 组 3. dress up 盛装；打扮；装饰 4. play a trick on 对某人搞恶作剧/诈骗/开玩笑 5. look forward to 盼望；期待 6. turn up 出现；到达；发现；调大(音量等) 7. keep one’ s word 守信用；履行诺言 8. hold one’ s breath 屏息；屏住气 9. set off 出发；动身；使爆炸 1. The country is covered with cherry tree flowers so that it looks as though it might be 重点句子 covered with pink snow. 2. It was obvious that the manager of the coffee shop was waiting for Li Fang to leave. 重点语法 情态动词的两类重要用法：1．表示推测 一、根据句子的意思翻译或按要求填词。 1. take place / happen / occur / come about / break out take place 表示“发生、举行、举办” ，一般指非偶然性事件“发生” ，有某种原因或事先安排。 happen 作“发生、碰巧”解，一般用于偶然或突发性事件。 occur 作“发生、想到、突然想起”解，其意义相当于 happen。 come about 表示“发生、产生” ，多指事情已经发生了，但还不知道为什么，常用于疑、否 break out 意思为“发生、爆发” ，常指战争、灾难、疾病、火灾或者争吵等事件的发生 1). Great changes have __taken place__ (发生) in our hometown during the past ten years. 2). It occurred to me that (我突然想起) I saw him on my way home yesterday. 3). I happened to see (碰巧看见) your sister crying on my way to school yesterday. I was in such a hurry that I had no time to ask what had happened to (介词) her? 4). When the Second World War broke out (爆发), Tom was only a newborn infant. 5). I’ ll never understand how it came about (发生) that you were late three times a week. 2. celebrate / congratulate celebrate“庆祝” ，后面跟某个节日或物。 congratulate“祝贺” ，一般搭配为 congratulate sb. on (doing)sth.“祝贺某人某事” 。 Let’s hold a party to celebrate your birthday and at the same time congratulate you on your passing the examination. 2．征询意见
3. gather / collect
这两词用不及物动词时用，常可互换，都表 “ 聚集；聚拢 ”
gather 强调将分散的东西收集在一起。 collect 对某些事物进行逐渐的收集，强调为了研究目的或爱好而做的有鉴别、有计划的收集 1). The dustmen collect the rubbish once a week. 2). A group of people like collecting stamps. 4. award / reward award n.“奖品” 、 “奖金” ，指因为作出杰出成就而受奖 win/get/receive an award for sth. vt.“授与” 、 “颁发” 、 “判给” award sb. sth. = award sth. to sb. reward n.“赏金” 、 “酬金”或一些非金钱的报酬 as a reward vt. 表示“报答” 、 “酬谢”之意 reward sb. for sth. / reward sb. with sth. 1). They awarded John the first prize in the contest. 2). Is that how you ___ reward _____ me for my help? 3). The film won an ____ award __ for _its photography.
二、用括号内所提供词的适当形式填空。 1). We should respect the ________ (religion) activities of the local people. 2). To the experts’ _________ (satisfy), the sick child had a quick recovery. 3). He is the most _________ (energy) boy I have ever met. 4). Nowadays lots of young people want financial ________ (depend). 5). Mike was arrested on his ________ (arrive) from New York. 6). You must make an ________ (apologize) to your sister for being so rude. 7). He expressed his ________ (sad) about what had happened. 8). Their house is ________ (beauty) decorated. 1). religious 2). satisfaction 5). arrival 6). apology 3). energetic 7). sadness 4). independence 8). beautifully
三、重点词汇练习 1. mean (meant, meant) vt.&vi. 意思是；意味着；打算；预定 (sth.) mean doing sth. 意味着? had meant to do sth. 本来打算做某事 (sth.) be meant to do sth. 被预定/指定/认为做 (sb) mean to do sth. 打算做? be meant for 打算作??用；打算给? What do you mean by...?你??是什么意思？
1). In some parts of London, missing a bus means waiting (wait) for another hour. 2). What did he mean by (介词) saying that remark?
3). I had meant to come（本来打算来）yesterday, but I had an unexpected visitor. 4). 这些房间是打算用作少年活动中心的。These rooms are meant for the children’s centre. 2. starve vi.&vt. (使)饿死；饿得要死 starvation n.[u] 饿死 starve sb to death 把某人饿死
starve to death = die of starvation/hunger 饿死
starve for sth. = be starved of sth. = hope/long for sth. 希望/渴望得到某物 1). Thousands of people starved to death/died of starvation in Africa. 2). These children are starving for love. 3. belief n. [c,u] 信任；信仰；信心 believe vt.&vi. 相信 beyond belief 难以置信
have belief in sth/sb 对某事物/人的真实性和正确性所具有的信心 in the belief that... 相信 ??
It is my belief that... 我相信??
1). It is my belief that nuclear weapons are immoral.（我相信） 2). The cruelty of the murders was beyond belief. （难以置信） 4. gain vt. 获得；得到 n.[c,u] 收获；获利
1). 表示经过努力一点一点地获得自己渴望的东西 He has gained rich experience in these years. 2). 表示速度、重量等慢慢增加 3).（钟，表）走快 He gained weight after recovery from his illness.
This clock gains five minutes a day. 这只钟每天快 5 分钟。
1). He has gained rich experience in these years. 这些年他已获取了丰富的经验。 2). He gained weight after recovery from his illness. 康复后他的体重增加了。 3). No pains, no gains. 一分耕耘,一分收获。 5. admire vt. 赞美；钦佩；羡慕 admiration n.[u] 钦佩；羡慕 in admiration 赞美地/钦佩地
admire sb. for sth./ doing sth. 在某方面钦佩某人
1). 我们都钦佩他的勇气和胆识。We all admire him for his courage and bravery. 2). 我钦佩地看着那小女孩弹钢琴。I watched the girl playing the piano in admiration. 6. permission n.[u] 许可；允许 permit vt.准许；许可；允许 permit n.许可（证） ；执照 with/without (one’ s) permission 得到（未经）允许 give sb. permission to do sth.: permit sb. to do sth. ask sb. for permission 征求某人的许可 have one’ s permission 得到某人的同意
1). They entered the area without permission (未经允许). 2). The prison authorities permit visiting (visit) only once a month.
3). We have arranged to play tennis on Saturday, weather permitting (permit). 4). You will need to obtain planning permission (permit) if you want to extend your house. 7. remind vt. 提醒；使想起
remind sb. of sth. 使某人想起某事 remind sb. to do sth. 提醒某人做某事
remind sb. of / about sth. 提醒某人记住某事 remind sb. that... 提醒某人/使某人想起??
1). 这些照片使我想起我的童年。These photos remind me of my childhood. 2). 请提醒我要每天服三次药。Please remind me to take my medicine three times a day. 或 Please remind me that I should take my medicine three times a day. 8. forgive (forgave, forgiven) vt. 原谅；饶恕 1). I’ ll never forgive you for what (因你所说的话而原谅你) you said to me. 2). They forgave (forgive) him for his crimes. 3). Forgive my interrupting (interrupt) you. 四、重点词组练习 1. in memory of = to the memory of 纪念；追念 [短语归纳] in + n. + of 短语： in honour of 为了纪念??；向??表示敬意 in charge of 负责 in praise of 歌颂 in favor of 赞同, 支持
in need of 需要 in search of 寻找 in possession of 拥有 in place of 代替
2. dress up 盛装；打扮；装饰 dress up for sth. 为某事而盛装 be dressed in 穿着(衣服或颜色) 1). The boy was dressed in a short pant. 2). He dressed up as Christmas Father to amuse the children. 3. play a trick/tricks on 对某人搞恶作剧/诈骗/开玩笑；对某人施计谋 1). He was let in by playing a trick on (介词) the guard. 2). She hated being played (play) tricks on in public. 4. look forward to 盼望；期待 [短语归纳] 短语中 to 是介词，后接名词、代词及动词-ing 形式： lead to 导致；通向 object to 反对 refer to 查阅；提到 stick to 粘住；坚持 see to 负责，处理 add to 增加 dress up as sb. 打扮成为某人 dress sb./oneself 给某人或自己穿衣服
add up to 总计 compare......to 把??比作 get down to 着手做?? get/be used to 习惯于 put an end to 结束，停止 admit to 承认
get close to 接近；差点
pay attention to 注意?? devote...to 贡献??给；致力于??
1). He has been looking forward to seeing (see) it for a long time. 2). The day I had been looking forward to came (come). 3). I used to get (get) up late, but now I’ m used to getting (get) up early.
5. turn up 出现；到达；发现；调大(音量等) turn on 打开(煤气、自来水、电灯等) turn around/about 转过身来 turn off 关上 turn down 减弱，降低，拒绝
turn out 生产，制造；(常与 to, that 连用)结果是
turn to sb./sth. (for help) 向??求助，查阅 1). It turned out that it was Tim who broke the vase. 2). The sad child turned to his mother for comfort. 6. keep one’ s word (= keep one’ s promise) 守信用；履行诺言 break one’ s word/promise 违背诺言，失信 have a word with sb. 和某人说几句话 in a/one word 总之，简言之 Word came that… 有消息传来说?? have words with sb. 与某人争吵 in other words 换句话说
beyond words 无法用语言表达
have/say the last word 下结论；说了算 7. hold one’ s breath 屏息；屏住气 (be) out of/short of breath 上气不接下气 catch one’ s breath 屏住气；歇口气 8. set off 出发；动身；使爆炸
take back one’s words 收回自己说过的话 lose one’ s breath 气喘嘘嘘；上气不接下气
waste one’ s breath (on sb/sth)（对某人/某事物）白费唇舌
set off for a place 出发到某地 set up 创立，建立 set sth aside 搁置某物；节省或保留钱或时间 set about doing sth 开始（某工作） ；着手做某事 set out to do sth. 开始做某事
1). The new government must set about finding solutions to the country’ s economic problems. 2). The children set off the fireworks in the yard. 3). She sets aside a bit of money every month. 4). They set up a statue in honor of the national hero. 5). They’ ve set off/out on a journey round the world. 9. as though / as if 1). She acted as though nothing had happened．她装得好像什么事也没发生过似的。 2). It looks as if it is going to rain．看样子天要下雨了。 3). The child talks as if she were an adult. 那孩子说话的样子好象她是个大人。 2. It was obvious/clear that …= obviously/ clearly, … “很明显??，显而易见??” It is/was + adj./n./p.p. + that-clause 1). 真奇怪，这么重要的会议，他居然缺席。 It was strange that he should have been absent from such an important meeting. 2). 显然，你错了。It is obvious that you are wrong. / Obviously, you’ re wrong. 3). 他竟然向我们撒慌，真是可耻。It was a shame that he should have lied to us.
4). 据报道，双方的会谈有进展。 It is reported that the talks between the two sides are making progress. 五、语法填空 Christ child Market is a pleasant festival for children in Kitchener, Canada. My husband, my daughter and I attended 1 this year.
As we walked through Victoria Park, I breathed in the fresh smell of winter. The bare branches of the trees were shining with Christmas lights 2 the new-fallen snow. In the open 3 smiling as they held their can
areas were children, parents, grandparents and their relatives, dies in their hands and waited 4
(patience) for the magic event to begin.
As we joined the crowds, we quickly forgot about that COM, for I saw the excitement of the children and the 5 (welcome) smiles of the people around me. Soon the crowd moved to 6 7 (wait) for us. At the center young children were playing
Kitchener City Hall. In the distance we could see all the officials of the square, the summertime fountain had turned to ice, about. 8 9
the crowds walking into the square, the opening ceremony began: songs, dances and 10 , causing
performances. Then the Christmas lights on the Christmas tree were turned
everyone to cheer with delight. Christ child Market officially opened! 1.it 指 Christ child Market 这个节日 2.against “以??为背景；衬托” 3.all 指代他们所有人。 4.patiently 5.welcoming “热情的，欢迎的，友好的” 。6. waiting 7. where 8. With “随着” 9. other 前面提到唱歌，跳舞，那么这里就是其他节目。10. on 六、基础写作 在当今世界，了解最新信息是很关键的。请你结合下面的提示，写一篇关于信息的短文。 信息的重要性 1．在许多领域，成功与否取决于是看得到最新信息 2．失败与缺乏信息有关 信息的来源渠道 1．阅读报刊、收听广播、观看电视等 信息的前景 信息将起着越来越重要的作用 2．上网查询资料 turn on 固定搭配。
In the modem world, it is important to be well informed, because success in many fields depends on getting the latest information. While, failure often results from the lack of necessary information. There are many ways of getting information. For example, we read newspapers and news
magazines, listen to the news on the radio, watch it on television, and we can also surf the Internet for various kinds of information. It is believed that information will play a more and more important part in the future. 七、完形填空 Just up the road from my home is a field, with two horses in it． From a distance，each horse looks like any horse． But if you get closer, you will of the horses is 37 ． 38 has made him a safe and 36 something quite interesting ——one
His owner has chosen not to have him put down（杀死）, comfortable barn （马棚） to you will hear the sound of a 40 horse is a small bell． It 43 ． 42 39
． This is pretty amazing．But if you stand nearby and listen， 41 to the
．It is coming from a smaller horse in the field．
the blind friend know where the other horse is，so he can
As you stand and watch these two friends you'll see that the horse with the bell is always 44 the blind horse，and that the blind horse will 45 46 for the bell and then slowly walk to way． 47 49 each evening, he will stop
where the other horse is，trusting he will not be led the
When the horse with the bell returns to the shelter of the 48 to look back，making sure that the blind friend isn't too
behind to hear the bell． 50 us away just
Like the owner of these two horses，the kind people around us do not because we are not perfect or because we have 52 51
．Sometimes we are the blind horse，being 53 us． And we are the guide horse 54
by the little ringing bell of those who come to 55 ．
other times, helping others to find their 36.A．doubt 37.A．strong 38.A．so 39.A．leave out 40.A．drum 41.A．Added 42.A．watches 43.A．follow 44.A．getting off 45.A．answer B．notice B．deaf B．because B．let out B．trumpet B．Attached B．feels B．smell B．leaving out B．listen
C．decide C．blind C．but C．decide on C．bell C．Turned C．lets C．drive C．checking on C．blame
D．recognize D．lamb D．as D．live in D．violin D．Applied D．finds D．instruct D．breaking down D．account
46.A．high 47.A．barn 48.A．suddenly 49.A．high 50.A．put 51.A．fames 52.A．cheated 53.A．beat 54.A．on 55.A．job
B．wide B．hotel B．occasionally B．deep B．throw B．houses B．punished B．teach B．at B．knowledge CABDB
C．wrong C．camp C．slightly C．wide C．burn C．problems C．guided C．help C．over C．justice CCCBD
D．crowded[ D．garage D．quickly D．far D．blow D．treasures D．taken D．change D．among D．way
36-55 BCCDC ACACB 八、阅读理解
A How Do Animals Catch their ZZZ's（打鼾声）？ Different creatures have developed some pretty creative ways to get their rest and stay safe． The lizard likes to sleep at the far end of small branches hanging out over a pond or lake in the rain forest． If a snake tries to slither up the branch to eat it, it will shake the branch and knock the lizard off, and the lizard will fall safely into the water． Chameleons can change color to match their surroundings in order to hide even while sleeping． Gorillas like to sleep high in the trees． They build a new bed every night, sometimes taking up to half an hour to pile branches, twigs, and leaves into a comfortable bed． Birds also find it safe to sleep in the trees, but unless they have eggs or young chicks, they don't use a nest． They just lock their feet around a branch and hang on． A special tendon in their legs is automatically tight when they are at rest, so they won't let go and fall． Dolphins live underwater, but must come to the surface to breathe． Scientists now believe that dolphins may sleep with only half their brain, while the other half stays awake to keep them safe and breathing． Seals also do this, lying on their sides on the surface of the water with one flipper underwater paddling to keep their noses above the surface． Some ducks may also have this ability, and actually sleep with one eye closed and one eye open． 56.How does a chameleon protect itself while sleeping?A A．By changing its body colors． B．By hanging out over a pond．
C．By sleeping with half their brain． 57.Why will not birds fall when they are at rest?D
D．By making beds with branches．
A．They build nests and sleep in them．B．They fall asleep automatically． C．They have a loose tendon in their legs．D．They lock their feet around a branch． 58.How do dolphins breathe?B A．They breathe underwater． B．They come to the surface to breathe． D．We don't know．
C．They breathe underwater or come to the surface to breathe． 59.What does the writer intend to tell us?B A．The cleverest animal is the gorilla because it can make beds． B．Differences in habitat can lead to different living habits． C．The ways animals catch their ZZZ's are pretty much the same． D．In order to protect themselves most animals choose not to sleep B
It was the first snow of winter—an exciting day for every child but not for most teachers． Up until now, I had been old enough to dress myself, but today I would need some help． Miss Finlayson, my kindergarten teacher, had been through first snow days many times, but I think she must still remember this one． I managed to get into my wool snow trousers． But I struggled on my jacket because it didn't fit well．It was a hand-me-down from my brother, and it made me wonder why I had to wear his ugly clothes． At least my hat and scarf were mine, and they were quite pretty． Finally it was time to have Miss Finlayson help me with my boots(靴子） ． In her calm, motherly voice she said, "By the end of winter, you will all be able to put on your own boots.” I didn't realize at time that this was more a statement of hope than of confidence（信 心） ． I handed her my boots and stuck out my foot． Like most children, I expected grown-ups to do all the work． After much pushing, she managed to get the first one into place and then, with a sigh （叹气）worked the second one on too． I said, "They're on the wrong feet．” She struggled to get the boots off and went through the joyless task of putting them on again． "They're my brother's boots, you know," I said． "I hate them"． Somehow, from long years of practice, she managed to act as though I wasn't an annoying（烦
人的）little girl． She pushed and pushed, gently this time． With a greater sigh, seeing the end of her struggle with me，she asked, "Now, where are your mittens（连指手套）？’’ I looked into her eyes and said, "I didn't want to lose them, so I hid them in the toes of my boots．” 60.The little girl was more satisfied with her＿．D A．trousers B．jacket C．boots D．hat
61.Miss Fmlayson had difficulty with the girl's boots mainly because＿．B A．the girl got them from her brother C．they were on the wrong feet B．the girl put something in them D．they did not fit the girl well
62.Why does the author Miss Finlayson would remember that first snow day?C A．Because the little girl was in her brother's clothes． B．Because it was the most exciting day of the winter． C．Because the little girl played a trick on her． D．Because the little girl wore a pretty scarf． 63.W e can learn from the text that Miss Finlayson A．was losing confidence in the little girl． C．became disappointed with the little girl． C Museum of London At the Museum of London you can experience and discover the hidden treasures in our city's history． From talks, walks and tours to evening classes, there's always something happening at museums． The museum is here for you all year round so you can relax in our cafes, find a gift in our shop or just enjoy the sights． National Army Museum The museum is available to wheelchair users． And baby changing units are available in the male and female toilets． The museum cafe offers freshly-made tea and coffee and seasonal food． The National Army Museum Shop offers different kinds of goods（商品）which can be ordered by telephone or mail order, and an online shop has opened． Opening hours: 10: 00 a． m．-5：30 p． m． B B．gradually lost patience with the little girl． D．was getting bored with the little girl．
Garden Museum The Garden Museum explores and celebrates British gardens and gardening through its collect ion． A planned program of talks, children's activities and plant shows runs throughout the year． The shop offers a lot of perfect presents for t hose who love gardens and the garden cafe serves delicious freshly-made food． The museum also welcomes volunteer gardeners． Musical Museum The Musical Museum contains many collections of musical instruments． The museum is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday． W e are planning many special performances to which you are all invited． If you would like to have a party or use our facilities （设备）,then please call us for further details． The museum shop provides a number of presents for musical instrument lovers． For further details please visit the website at www． visit-hounslow． com． 64.We can learn from the text that all the museumsA A．have a gift shop for visitors C．offer large baby changing units B．have collections of instruments D．offer different sight-seeing tours
65.What's special about the Garden Museum?D A．You can order goods by mail． C．You can relax in the cafes all day． B．You can have freshly-made seasonal food． D．You can work as a volunteer there． C
66.If you want to hold a party, you should go to A．the Garden Museum C．the Musical Museum
B．the Museum of London D．the National Army Museum D
Too much TV watching can harm children's ability to learn and even reduce their chances of getting a college degree, new studies suggest in the latest effort to examine the effects of television on children． One of the studies looked at nearly 400 northern California third-graders． Those with TVs in their bedrooms scored about eight points lower on math and language arts tests than children withou t bedroom TVs． A second study, looking at nearly 1000 grown-ups in New Zealand, found lower education levels among 26-year-olds who had watched lots of TV during childhood． But the results don't
prove that TV is the cause and don't rule out that already poorly motivated youngsters （年轻人） may watch lots of TV． Their study measured the TV habits of 26-year-olds between ages 5 and 15． Those with college degrees had watched an average（平均）of less than two hours of TV per weeknight during childhood, compared with an average of more than 2 1/2 hours for those who had no education beyond high school． In the California study, children with TVs in their rooms but no computer at home scored （得 分）the lowest while those with no bedroom TV but who had home computers scored the highest． While this study does not prove that bedroom TV sets caused the lower scores, it adds to findings that children shouldn't have TVs in their bedrooms． 67.According to the California study, the low-scoring group mightA A．have watched a lot of TV C．be unable to go to college B．not be interested in math D．have had computers in their bedrooms
68.What is the researchers' understanding of the New Zealand study results?D A．Poorly motivated 26-year-old watch more TV． B．Habits of TV watching reduce learning interest． C．TV watching leads to lower education levels of the 15-year-olds． D．The connection between TV and education levels is difficult to explain 69. What can we learn from the last two paragraphs?C A． More time should be spent on computers． B． Children should be forbidden from watching TV． C．TV sets shouldn't be allowed in children's bedrooms． D．Further studies on high-achieving students should be done． 70.What would be the best title for this text?B A．Computers or Television C．Studies on TV and College Education B．Effects of Television on Children D．Television and Children's Learning Habit E（七选五） Every boy and every girl expects their parents to give them pocket money． Why do their parents just give them a certain amount? 71 F
The amount of money that parents give to their children to spend as they wish differs from family to family． money． 72B Some children get weekly pocket money． Others get monthly pocket
First of all, children are expected to make a choice between spending and saving． Then parents should make the children understand what is expected to pay for with the money． At first, some young children may spend all of the money soon after they receive it ． Parents are usually advised not to offer more money until it is the right time． 73 G
In order to encourage their children to do some housework, some parents give pocket money if the children help around the home． Some experts think it not wise to pay the children for doing that． 74C
Pocket money can give children a chance to experience three things they can do with the money． They can spend it by giving it to a good excuse． They can spend it by buying things they want ． 75 A Saving helps children understand that costly goals require sacrifice （ 牺
牲） ． Saving can also open the door to future saving and investing（投资）for children． A．They can save it for future use． B．Timing is another consideration（考虑） ． C．As helping at home is a normal part of family life． D．Some children are not good at managing the pocket money． E．Learning how to get money is important for children． F． One purpose（目的）is to let kids learn how to manage their own money． G．By doing so, these children will learn that spending must be done with a budget 八、短文改错 After watch “English TV”last Sunday in the morning, I phoned my classmate and told him to see a film in the afternoon. Before the film was over , we returned to school to do our lessons. While we are having a rest in the corridor（走廊）, I saw Mr. Liu , my head teacher. He told me that we had made some progresses in English, but my Chinese lagged behind, especially my Chinese composition. He suggested I must read more and keeping a diary every day. In the evening my father told me that reading newspaper would do me well for improving composition writing. That was 加 really good idea! What they have said was quite right, and I should follow their advice. 1 . watching 去 have 2. After 3. were 4. I 5. progress 6. should 7. keep 8. good 9. 加 a 10.