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Part One名词复数听辨及跟读练习
A. Read each noun and pronounce the plural1 form .
eye neck cheek arm lip nose
hand leg ear bed finger toe
tooth house room glass lamp baby
branch tax bush city inch cat
roof goose prince mass butterfly handkerchief
success holiday map shelf piano hero
month bridge library gentleman actor
waiter manager worker professor driver check
cake sweater skirt shirt shoe dictionary
toy chair skirt belt baseball watch
glove purse blouse robe dish broom
ring birdcage clock sofa rug stock
B. Ask the prices of these articles .
Example: How much are the plates? They’re eight dollars.
plate ($8.00) fork ($3.00) soup bowl ($7.00) glass ($5.00)
cup ($6.00) spoon ($3.00) chopstick ($1.00) bowl ($ 2.00)
saucer ($6.00) napkin ($4.00)
Example: Ask how many of certain articles you can buy for a certain amount of money.
How many spoons can you buy (get) for one hundred dollars? You can get thirty-three spoons.
C. Form questions like the models. Try to form questions about things that are around you in your school, home, city, or country .
Example: How many days does a week have? How many wings does a bird have?
day/week door/car book/the library
wing/brid lamp/your bedroom student/ the class
park/this city page/book people/ your country
university/your country chair/your office continent/ the earth
library/this city teacher/school nation/ the world
D. Listen to the questions and requests. Underline the form you hear, singular or plural .
1. Do you have the (ticket, tickets) in your pocket?
2. Do you sell (candy, candies) in this store?
3. Put the (book, books) on the (shelf, shelves).
4. Where can I find the best clothing (store, stores)?
5. Are you buying the (gift, gifts) for your (friend, friends)?
6. Will you mail the (package, packages) and (letter, letters) for me please?
7. Where can I wash my (shirt, shirts)?
8. What (city, cities) are you going to visit on your trip?
9. Can you answer the (question, questions) in this lesson?
10. Please give my (greeting, greetings) to your (brother, brothers) and (sister, sisters).
E. Read the following passage, paying attention to the pronunciation of the plural forms of nouns .
  Many sports draw hundreds of thousands of participants and spectators3 in the United States. For instance, skiing has 7.2 million participants each season.
  Why each season? Most sports in the United States are seasonal4. What is in season at present may not be played next month. Just now I mentioned spectators and participants. Some sports are called spectators sports, that is sports to watch, such as baseball, football, basketball, because the number of on-lookers is much bigger than the number of players. Other sports such as skiing and swimming, are participant sports, that is, sports for people to engage in. Participant sports draw spectator2 only on special occasions. Some sports are commercial and professional, in which players are paid for their participation5 and spectators are required to pay for their tickets. If you go to the United States, and want to watch a game in person, you can find ticket information by reading a newspaper or by calling the ticket office of the team. The names of the ticket offices of various teams are listed in the Alphabetical6 Telephone Books. Most major sporting events are surely telecast over television. And if you would rather play a sport than watch it, there are certainly many opportunities to do so. If you are interested in swimming or any indoor sports, go to the YMCA (Yong Men’s Christian7 Association) or the YWCA (Young Woman’s Christian Association). They offer sports programs to the public at inexpensive rates. They want people to get into sports.
  Let’s now come back to the figures. Skiing, about 7.2 million participants every season; college baseball games draw approximately 30 million spectators; and the U.S. government issues 55 million hunting and fishing permits every year. You can not go hunting or fishing without a permit.
  And at home, numerous people watch all kinds of sports on television, or listen to broadcasts on the radio. The sports fans at home are no less enthusiastic than those at the stadium. They sometimes even crash their television sets when their team loses.
  Then, Americans have as much fun reading and talking about sports. Usually several pages of the daily paper are devoted8 to discussing sports events. In almost any social gathering—dance, tea, cocktail9, dinner, etc.—people get around to talking about popular players; the team that won last year; who is going to win the championship in the coming season; what records are likely to be broken; what kind of fishing rod or gun is good to buy; or who is now even more popular that baseball heroes like Ty Cobb and Pete Rose and who is going to be the leading hitter and so on. Americans also wear the colors or even the official jerseys10 of their favorite teams when they go out. So, you see, a great topic for conversation is sports. And if you should visit the United States someday and stay there for some time, you are likely to get involved in a chat like that everyday.

Part Two动词第三人称单数综合练习
A. Read each verb and pronounce the third person singular, present tense .
Example: want-wants
want leave watch teach abandon seek
ride sleep sell land alleviate11 arise
sing laugh dig cry believe escape
hear run close breathe think breed
smoke race come take listen hang
shine spit forgive hold hear complain
hide fall swear stick shout carry
strike choose spring draw scold escape
mistake bend bite kick praise arise
cast burst ride breed drink seek
B. Repeat the phrases. Note that verbs usually have strong stress. Listen to and imitate the rhythm .
watches TV costs ten cents washes the plates
needs a book rains every day makes the beds
likes to swim eats at noon laughs and cries
ask for Tom account for the money make a bet
swim in the pool write a letter split12 into halves
begin to study buy a ticket cut down the trees
fight for freedom forget to take it give an example
know about the person lean against the wall lend me the book
C. Listen to these sentences read by your teacher or on tape and circle the form of the verb you hear .
1. leave at six o’clock leaves
2. play baseball plays
3. land over there lands
4. run to school every day runs
5. sleep all the time sleeps
6. smoke a lot smokes
7. wash the dishes washes
8. speak English speaks
9. listen to the music listens to
10. read the magazine reads
11. walk in the street walks
12. visit the place visits
13. carry the bag carries
14. beat the dog beats
15. buy a ticket buys
16. shake hands shakes
17. ride a motorcycle rides
18. leave the town leaves
D. Form sentences, using the subject he or she .
Example: He teaches English [in a Middle School].
teach/English fix/bikes manage/a restaurant
drive/a taxi read/love stories play/ football
write/books sell/furniture wash/dishes
bake/cakes race/cars make/speech
E. Give quick answers to the following questions; don’t forget to add the –s ending to the verbs when necessary .
1. Where does your father work?
What time does he get up every day?
How does he go to work?
Does he work very hard?
Does he come home for lunch or have his lunch in restaurants?
What time does he come home after work?
What does he do in the evening?
2. Does your mother work?
Where does your mother work?
Does she work in the same company as your father?
Does she go to work every day?
Does she go to work by bus or by bike?
Does she work hard?
Does she do the cooking at home after work or on weekends?
Who has more housework to do at home?
Does your father help your mother with the housework?
What does your mother usually do on Sunday?
3. You’ve a sister, don’t you?
Does she study or work?
Where does she study?
Does she live at home or at the school dormitory?
Does she get up at 6 in the morning?
How many courses does she have every day?
Does she feel busy? What does she do in her spare time?
Does she watch TV sometimes?
Does she like English?
Does she have many hobbies?
4. Who’s your best friend?
What does she do?
Where does she work?
What products does her factory turn out?
Does your friend enjoy her work?
How many hours does she work every day?
Does she work on the day-shift or night-shift?
Does she read newspaper every day?
Why do you regard her as your best friend?
Does she have an indeed friend?
5. Who’s your English teacher?
Does he live far away from your school?
Does he come to school every day?
How many hours does he teach every week?
Does he talk other things in class?
Does he speak a lot of English in class?
Do you like your teacher, why?
F. Read the following passages .
  The sight of him as he comes to the ten o’clock class is in itself something that has to be recognized as dramatic. In the pleasant autumn or spring, students stand high on the steps or out on the turf in front and watched in the direction of his house to see who can catch the first glimpse of him.
  “There he comes!” somebody calls, and then everybody who is in a position to see watches him as he hurries breezily along— a graceful13, tallish man in very light gray suit and gray fedora hat, with a full square beard at least as white as his suit, who moves with energy, and smokes passionately14 at a big cigar. Students say that he smokes an entire cigar while he walks the short distance along the iron fence of the old burying ground and across the street to the school gate. But as he comes through the gate he tosses15 the remnant16 of his cigar into the shrubbery with a bit of flourish, and the students still outside hurry in and scramble17 up the long stairway in order to be in their places—as he likes—before he himself enters. If any of them is still on the stairway when he comes in at the outer door like a gust18, they give way and he pushes up past them, and into the good-seized room and down the aisle19 to the front, throws his hat on the table in the corner, mounts20 the two steps to the platform, looks about with a commanding eye, and there is sudden silence and unrestrained expectancy21.


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1 plural c2WzP     
n.复数;复数形式;adj.复数的
参考例句:
  • Most plural nouns in English end in's '.英语的复数名词多以s结尾。
  • Here you should use plural pronoun.这里你应该用复数代词。
2 spectator nv9wi     
n.观众,目击者,旁观者
参考例句:
  • A spectator threw the ball back to the players.一个观众把球掷回给球员。
  • He was content to stand by as an impassive spectator.他满足于站在旁边做一个冷漠的旁观者。
3 spectators f68d48a1c64478cadff5c343371783c3     
n.观众,旁观者( spectator的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The spectators were wilting visibly in the hot sun. 看得出观众在炎热的阳光下快支撑不住了。
  • The policemen asked the spectators to stand well back. 警察要求旁观者靠后站。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 seasonal LZ1xE     
adj.季节的,季节性的
参考例句:
  • The town relies on the seasonal tourist industry for jobs.这个城镇依靠季节性旅游业提供就业机会。
  • The hors d'oeuvre is seasonal vegetables.餐前小吃是应时蔬菜。
5 participation KS9zu     
n.参与,参加,分享
参考例句:
  • Some of the magic tricks called for audience participation.有些魔术要求有观众的参与。
  • The scheme aims to encourage increased participation in sporting activities.这个方案旨在鼓励大众更多地参与体育活动。
6 alphabetical gfvyY     
adj.字母(表)的,依字母顺序的
参考例句:
  • Please arrange these books in alphabetical order.请把这些书按字母顺序整理一下。
  • There is no need to maintain a strict alphabetical sequence.不必保持严格的字顺。
7 Christian KVByl     
adj.基督教徒的;n.基督教徒
参考例句:
  • They always addressed each other by their Christian name.他们总是以教名互相称呼。
  • His mother is a sincere Christian.他母亲是个虔诚的基督教徒。
8 devoted xu9zka     
adj.忠诚的,忠实的,热心的,献身于...的
参考例句:
  • He devoted his life to the educational cause of the motherland.他为祖国的教育事业贡献了一生。
  • We devoted a lengthy and full discussion to this topic.我们对这个题目进行了长时间的充分讨论。
9 cocktail Jw8zNt     
n.鸡尾酒;餐前开胃小吃;混合物
参考例句:
  • We invited some foreign friends for a cocktail party.我们邀请了一些外国朋友参加鸡尾酒会。
  • At a cocktail party in Hollywood,I was introduced to Charlie Chaplin.在好莱坞的一次鸡尾酒会上,人家把我介绍给查理·卓别林。
10 jerseys 26c6e36a41f599d0f56d0246b900c354     
n.运动衫( jersey的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The maximum quantity of cotton jerseys this year is about DM25,000. 平方米的羊毛地毯超过了以往的订货。 来自口语例句
  • The NBA is mulling the prospect of stitching advertising logos onto jerseys. 大意:NBA官方正在酝酿一个大煞风景的计划——把广告标志绣上球服! 来自互联网
11 alleviate ZxEzJ     
v.减轻,缓和,缓解(痛苦等)
参考例句:
  • The doctor gave her an injection to alleviate the pain.医生给她注射以减轻疼痛。
  • Nothing could alleviate his distress.什么都不能减轻他的痛苦。
12 split avXwG     
n.劈开,裂片,裂口;adj.分散的;v.分离,分开,劈开
参考例句:
  • Who told you that Mary and I had split up?谁告诉你玛丽和我已经离婚了?
  • The teacher split the class up into six groups.老师把班级分成6个小组。
13 graceful deHza     
adj.优美的,优雅的;得体的
参考例句:
  • His movements on the parallel bars were very graceful.他的双杠动作可帅了!
  • The ballet dancer is so graceful.芭蕾舞演员的姿态是如此的优美。
14 passionately YmDzQ4     
ad.热烈地,激烈地
参考例句:
  • She could hate as passionately as she could love. 她能恨得咬牙切齿,也能爱得一往情深。
  • He was passionately addicted to pop music. 他酷爱流行音乐。
15 tosses ecc4558133329e02715734cca187a642     
v.(轻轻或漫不经心地)扔( toss的第三人称单数 );(使)摇荡;摇匀;(为…)掷硬币决定
参考例句:
  • She tosses aside the magazine and rises to follow. 她放下杂志,站起来跟着上去了。 来自辞典例句
  • After a few warm-up tosses, he put the shot 63 feet 6 inches. 几次试掷之后,他把铅球投出六十三英尺六英寸远。 来自辞典例句
16 remnant HBZzp     
n.残留部分,遗迹;adj.剩余的,残余的
参考例句:
  • He is suffering from some remnant feeling of disgrace.他还在为残留的耻辱感到苦恼。
  • She bought a remnant of silk at a bargain.她廉价购得一块零头丝布。
17 scramble JDwzg     
v.爬行,攀爬,杂乱蔓延,碎片,片段,废料
参考例句:
  • He broke his leg in his scramble down the wall.他爬墙摔断了腿。
  • It was a long scramble to the top of the hill.到山顶须要爬登一段长路。
18 gust q5Zyu     
n.阵风,突然一阵(雨、烟等),(感情的)迸发
参考例句:
  • A gust of wind blew the front door shut.一阵大风吹来,把前门关上了。
  • A gust of happiness swept through her.一股幸福的暖流流遍她的全身。
19 aisle qxPz3     
n.(教堂、教室、戏院等里的)过道,通道
参考例句:
  • The aisle was crammed with people.过道上挤满了人。
  • The girl ushered me along the aisle to my seat.引座小姐带领我沿着通道到我的座位上去。
20 mounts 88fe8a20e301ee4a9be9435e95d07450     
n.山峰( mount的名词复数 );托架;坐骑;衬纸板v.登上,骑上( mount的第三人称单数 );增加,上升;上演;准备
参考例句:
  • The uncollected garbage mounts in city streets. 未收的垃圾在市区街道上越积越多。 来自辞典例句
  • White backlash increases as the pressure for change in South Africa mounts. 南非求变的压力升高,白人的敌意也加深。 来自辞典例句
21 expectancy tlMys     
n.期望,预期,(根据概率统计求得)预期数额
参考例句:
  • Japanese people have a very high life expectancy.日本人的平均寿命非常长。
  • The atomosphere of tense expectancy sobered everyone.这种期望的紧张气氛使每个人变得严肃起来。
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