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    1 1 Unit 1 Women and Work

    P. 4 and 5 - A.1 and A.2 - Use the New Words and Phrases in a complete sentence. 1 2 I must not have heard the sentence before.

    1 3 be under-represented

    1 4 old boy network The old boy network helps in getting job. 1 5 juggle Ill have to juggle my working days round so that I’m free on Monday. 1 6 gyrate They gyrate and g-rate on election day.

    1 7 chronicle I heard the sad chronicle of his accidents. 1 8 bail out of The pilot bail out of the airplane before it explode. 1 9 toe the line If he doesnt toe the line ,fire him!

    1 10 jump ship The graduation always jump ship from one company to others. 1 11 minefield I do not think I will step into a minefield. 1 12 speculate We had to speculate about the result of the next election. 1 13 marginalize Our student should not marginalize to each other. 1 14 token It is a token of friendship.

    1 15 hard-core The hard-core off the opposition.

    1 16 green lighter

    1 17 megabuck He is a megabuck man.

    1 18 He tried hard to toe the line in the new job.

    A jury is not permitted to speculate on a matter about which insuffiecient 1 19 evidence has been presented in reaching its verdict

    His post-graduation plans are tentative at this point, as it has been 1 20 difficult to juggle job searching with school and hockey. 1 21 We must not marginalize the poor in our society.

    1 22 Warren is a top performer in --- tournaments, and has won many titles.

    French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard's filesm, such as Breathless (1959) and

    1 23 Everyman for himself (1980), chronicle the evolution of his political

    radicalism.

    He doesn't consider himself a hard-core golfer, but enjoyes getting out with 1 24 friends to golf.

    Applications by women are especially welcome and will be given preferential 1 25 consideration in areas in which women are under-represented .

    International law is a old boy network for anyone not familiar with its 1 26 complexity.

    One of the telling signs of institutionalized corruption is the existence 1 27 of a (n) token protecting etself against any complaints brought forward.

    Don't be content just because you have a few good partners, you never know 1 28 when they may decide to jump ship .

    Your personality are under-represented beween assertive and forceful, 1 29 determined and wild.

    1 30 P. 6 - B. Proper Nouns. Be prepared to answer who/what these proper nouns

    refer to.

    1 31 Lawrence Summers

    1 32 Anne Taylor Fleming

    1 33 P. 6 - C. Notes - Be prepared to answer what the headings mean. 1 34 Glass Ceiling

    1 35 Gender Discrimination

    1 36 Question IV.2. Oral English Practice.

    P. 10 - 1. Use the new words and phrases in a complete sentence. I must 1 37 not have heard the sentence before.

    Keep on's eye on something. The spectator always keep their eye on the 1 38 games.

    bang on the doors of something. If somebody is angry,he may bang on the door 1 39 of his hand.

    1 40 bail out After he had been charged,his parents bail him out. 1 41 play it safe Above all please play it safe,condoms and lube. 1 42 green lighters

    rise to the top When the economic crisis is coming,a lot of people may lost 1 43 work,so it is hard to rise to the top.

    1 44 bump one's head against I felt bump my head against something. 1 45 toe the line If he doesnt toe the line,fire him!

    1 46 Mimic He is good at mimic other people.

    1 47 get in the door They tried to get a foot in the door.

    1 48 left over Is there anything left over?

    1 49 break through Sciences have made a major break through in cancer research. 1 50 jump ship The graduation always jump ship from one company to others. 1 51 run on There is away a run on ice-cream in the warmer weather. 1 52 P. 10 - 2. Be prepared to discuss the following topics.

    Have you ever heard of or experienced any discrimination against femal

    1 53 students or female employees in China? What measures can be taken to

    effectively reduce such practices?

    Some people believe that, in order to achieve equality, certain top executive 1 54 positions should be reserved for women. Do you agree with them? Why?

     P. 104 Be able to read about 10 sentences from the transcript for

    presentation in front of the class. I will check to see if you have practiced

    1 55 this in front of your partner. When you read, do not “drone” pay attention

    to intonation, periods (full stop) and commas. Make sure your partner

    listens to you and corrects your pronunciation and reading style. 1 56 Be prepared to talk about the career of any 1 of the following women: 1 57 Irene Rosenfeld, Chief Executive, Kraft Foods

    1 57 Angela Merkel, Chancellor, Germany

    1 57 Indra Nooya, Chief Executive, Pepsico

    1 57 Lady Gaga, Singer and performance artist

1 57 Gail Kelly, Chief Executive, Westpac

    1 57 Beyoncé Knowles, Singer and fashion designer 1 57 Ellen DeGeneres, Talk show host

    1 57 Angela Braly, Chief Executive, Wellpoint

    1 57 Cynthia Carroll, Chief Executive, Anglo American 1 57 Sheila Bair, Chair, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1 57 Sarah Palin, Political maverick and commentator 1 57 Mary Schapiro, Chair, Securities and Exchange Commission 1 57 Ellen Kullman, Chief Executive, DuPont

    1 57 Sonia Sotomayor, Supreme Court Justice, U.S. 1 57 Ursula Burns, Chief Executive, Xerox

    1 57 Katie Couric, News anchor

    1 57 Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary, Health & Human Services 1 57 Anne Lauvergeon, Chief Executive, Areva

    1 57 Elena Kagan, Supreme Court Justice, U.S.

    1 57

    2 58 Unit 2 The Anti-war Mother’s Vigil

    P.14, A1: Be able to use any new word or phrase in a complete sentence I 2 59 haven’t heard before

    2 60 Vigil All night she kept vigil over the sick child. 2 61 Flurry A flurry of wind upset the small boat. 2 62 Vow We vowed never to discuss the subject again. 2 63 Outpost The commandos attacked the outpost at dawn. 2 64 Opt He opt for keeping learning in graduation. 2 65 Soundbite The channe is broadcast the soundbite.

    Galvanize How can we galvanize the students into taking the responsibility 2 66 for their own work?

    Proponent He later become a member of parliament and an ardent proponent 2 67 of Irish independence.

    2 68 Flashpoint Sheba Farm has long been a flashpoint for conflit in the regon.

    Misgiving I had serious misgiving about leaving him on his own in that 2 69 condition.

    2 70 Encampment A temporary encampment often in an unsheltered area.

    Overstay Following the meal,guest usually for two hours or so,but the 2 71 thoughtful person is careful not to overstay his welcome. 2 72 mow down You need to mow the lawn down at least once a week.

    P.15, A2: Be prepared to complete any sentence with the appropriate word or 2 73 phrase

    2 74 After college, Ruffin opted for the army over college 2 75 They overstayed their visas and were arrested 2 76 The day stared with a flurry of activity

    2 77 Despite her misgiving about leaving the baby alone, she decided to accompany

    her husband

    2 78 The day started with a flurry of activity

    2 79 The president-elect vow to do it all without raising taxes. 2 80 The prime minister has always been a strong proponent of women's rights. 2 81 2,000 demonstrators held a candlelit vigil outside the embassy. 2 82 The boy next door mow down the lawn for us.

    2 83 The possibility of defeat finally galvanize us into action. 2 84 The more serious flashpoint are outside the capital city. 2 85 P. 19-20, 1.4: Complete each statement with the best choice

    P. 20, 2.1: Be able to use any new word or phrase in a complete sentence 2 86 I haven’t heard before

    2 87 become the frontline Lately,the capter has become the frontline 2 88 a noble cause The young man sacrified himself for a noble cause. 2 89 sympathise with We sympathize with people in affication. 2 90 in a war against A majot step in the war against cancer. 2 91 stand behind somebody I will stang behind you as your solace. 2 92 in the long run She will succeed in the long run. 2 93 at the center of She always sit at the center of the classroom.

    our loved ones' names We always used our loved ones name to encourage 2 94 myself to work carefully.

    2 95 media coverage The wedding got massive media coverage. 2 96 bring somebody home His methods may bring the bacon home.

    P.105: Be prepared to read about 10 sentences from the Tapescript, out loud 2 97 to the class, in "perfect English", without hesitation or mistakes. 2 98 Be prepared to talk about Liu Xiaobo (Look him up on http://google.ca ) 2 99

    3 100 Unit 3 A Plane Crash

    P.24, II A1: Be able to use any new word or phrase in a complete sentence 3 101 I haven’t heard before

    3 102 Skid I skidded on a patch of ice.

    3 103 Ravine A deep ravine is on the left of the road .

    emergency chutes It is not allowed to stay the emergency chuts in the 3 104 airplane.

    3 105 Exit You missed your exit.

    3 106 Deploy How do I deploy my site?

    3 107 Snap It is a snap.

    3 108 Evacuate During the war children were evacuated from London to the country. 3 109 Circle The plane circled the town several times before it landed. 3 110 Spontaneous Hearing the joke,we burst into spontaneous laughter. 3 111 on board All the passengers were sately on board. 3 112 Euphoria When the weather is fine,we all feel euphoria.

3 113 duck down You have to duck down here.

    3 114 Inflate He who is GREAT need not inflate himself. 3 115 blow up A bomb blew up near Oxford Street this morning. 3 116 Bewildered I was completely bewildered by his sudden change of mood. 3 117 Log They log for a living.

    3 118 touch down The plane touch down slowly.

    Aquaplaning Water skiing is the sport of aquaplaning over the surface of 3 119 water on skis attched to the feet,whilt being towed bya at speed. 3 120 Buffet The boat was buffeted by the rough sea.

    3 121 Concrete The skyscraper is builded by concrete. 3 122 arrestor bed So the railroad will buy the spark arrestor. 3 123 an escape plate for a car

    P.25, II A2: Be prepared to complete any sentence with the appropriate word 3 124 or phrase

    3 125 Her life jacket failed to inflate.

    3 126 Helicopters circled overhead, trying to get pictures of the crime scene. 3 127 Dave snaps a picture of me and Sonia

    3 128 The plane finally touch down at Heathrow airport around midday. 3 129 Several families evacuated from their homes.

    3 130 There are two exits at the back of the plane.

    3 131 London was buffeted by storms last night.

    3 132 Air bags are only inflated when the car is struck from the front. 3 133 There was a bewildered expression on his face.

    3 134 Their car crashed and skided.

    3 135 P.26, II C1 & C2: Be prepared to explain what an Airbus is, or a Black Box 3 136 Airbus

    3 137 Black Box

    P.30 Be able to use any new word or phrase in a complete sentence I haven't 3 138 heard before.

    3 139 burst into flames The lorry hit a wall and burst into flames. 3 140 skid off The train skid off the river.

    3 141 far behind There is a supermarket far behind our school. 3 142 flee for one's life They fled for their lives in the train. 3 143 evacuate a plane For safely,they were evacuated the plane. 3 144 turn to horror He had turned to horror when he seeing the smoke. 3 145 come to a stop Work come to a halt when the machine broke down. 3 146 at that point He was wrong at that point.

    3 147 suffer minor injuries I suffer minor injuries for his help.

    be reunited with somebody The missing child was found by the police and 3 148 reunited with his parents.

    3 149 manage the situation We have manage the situation at any way.

    3 150 overrun the runway The plane has overruned the runway.

    cause damage to something High winds caused damage to many trees during the 3 151 night.

    3 152 the flight data Every air company have the flight data. 3 153 passengers and crew The plane crashed,killing all its passengers and crew. 3 154 emergency chutes It is not allowed to used emergency chutes in the air plane. 3 155 manage to do something He managed to snap the wood for help himself.

    spontaneous applause and cheering When it finally landed,there was 3 156 spontaneous applause and cheering.

    3 157 duck down I cannot do the duck down when the ball coming. 3 158 the emergency doors Every building have the emergency doors. 3 159 blow up The terrorists tried to blow up the plane. 3 160 above all Above all,stay calm!

    3 161 flying hours It spends 1.2 flying hours from xian to wuhan. 3 162 safety record The plane has a good satety record.

    3 163 call for Ill call for you when its time to go. 3 164 be certified to His signature is certified to ture. 3 165 voice recorders It is very hard /important to log the recorders.

    P.106: Be prepared to read about 10 sentences from the Tapescript, out loud 3 166 to the class, in "perfect English", without hesitation or mistakes. 3 167 Unit 3 A Plane Crash

    P.24, II A1: Be able to use any new word or phrase in a complete sentence 3 168 I haven’t heard before

    3 169 Skid I skidded on a patch of ice.

    3 170 Ravine A deep ravine is on the left of the road.

    emergency chutes It is not allowed to stay the emergency chuts int the 3 171 airplane.

    3 172 Exit You missed your exit.

    3 173 Deploy How do I deploy my site?

    3 174 Snap Its a snap.

    3 175 Evacuate During the war children were evacuated from London to the country. 3 176 Circle The plane circled the town severals times before it landed. 3 177 Spontaneous Hearing the joke,we burst into spontaneous laughter. 3 178 on board All the passengers were safely on board.

    3 179 Euphoria When the weather is fine,we all feel euphoria. 3 180 duck down You have to duck down here.

    3 181 Inflate He who is GREAT need not inflate himself.

    3 182 blow up A bomb blew up near Oxford Street this morning. 3 183 Bewildered I was completely bewildered by his sudden change of mood. 3 184 Log They log for a living.

    3 185 touch down The plane touch down slowly.

    Aquaplaning Water skiing is the sport of aquaplaning over the surface of 3 186 water on skis attched to the feet,whilt being towed bya at speed. 3 187 Buffet The boat was buffeted by the rough sea.

    3 188 Concrete The skyscraper is builded by concrete.

    3 189 arrestor bed We need a arrestor bed when the plane crashed. 3 190 an escape plate for a car

    P.25, II A2: Be prepared to complete any sentence with the appropriate word 3 191 or phrase

    3 192 Her life jacket failed to inflate.

    3 193 Helicopters circled overhead, trying to get pictures of the crime scene. 3 194 Dave snaps a picture of me and Sonia

    3 195 The plane finally touch down at Heathrow airport around midday. 3 196 Several families evacuated from their homes.

    3 197 There are two exits at the back of the plane.

    3 198 London was buffeted by storms last night.

    3 199 Air bags are only inflated when the car is struck from the front. 3 200 There was a bewildered expression on his face.

    3 201 Their car crashed and skided.

    3 202 P.26, II C1 & C2: Be prepared to explain what an Airbus is, or a Black Box 3 203 Airbus

    3 204 Black Box

    P.30 Be able to use any new word or phrase in a complete sentence I haven't 3 205 heard before.

    3 206 burst into flames The lorry hit a wall and burst into flames. 3 207 skid off The train skid off the river.

    3 208 far behind There is a supermarket far behind our school. 3 209 flee for one's life They fled for their lives in the train. 3 210 evacuate a plane For safely,They were evacuated the plane. 3 211 turn to horror He had turned to horror when he seeing the smoke. 3 212 come to a stop Work came to a halt when the machine broke down. 3 213 at that point He was wrong at that point.

    3 214 suffer minor injuries I suffer minor injuries for his help.

    be reunited with somebody The missing child was found by the police and 3 215 reunited with his parents.

    3 216 manage the situation We have manage the situation at any way. 3 217 overrun the runway The plane has overruned the runway.

    cause damage to something High winds caused damage to many tree during the 3 218 night.

    3 219 the flight data Every air company have the flight data. 3 220 passengers and crew The plane crashed,killing all its passengers and crew.

    emergency chutes It is not allowed to used emergency chutes in the air 3 221 plane.

    3 222 manage to do something He managed to snap the wood for help himself.

    spontaneous applause and cheering When it finally landed,there was 3 223 spontanenous applause and cheering.

    3 224 duck down I cannot do the duck down when the ball coming. 3 225 the emergency doors Every building have the emergency doors. 3 226 blow up The terrorist tried to blow up the plane. 3 227 above all Above all,stay calm!

    3 228 flying hours It spends 2 flying hours from xian to wuhan. 3 229 safety record The plane has a good safety record. 3 230 call for Ill call for you when its time to go. 3 231 be certified to Her signature is certified to true. 3 232 voice recorders It is very hard /important to log the voice recorders.

    P.106: Be prepared to read about 10 sentences from the Tapescript, out loud 3 233 to the class, in "perfect English", without hesitation or mistakes. 4 234 Unit 4 Campus Anxiety

    4 235 Pre-viewing

    4 236 P.34, A1: Go over the new words and phrases.

    4 237 Solicit They tried to solicit support for the proposal. 4 238 Donation They made a generous donation.

    4 239 Swirl Her long skirt swirled round her legs as she danced. 4 240 Epidemiology Epidemiology of chalk broad in bee larva in China. 4 241 Epidemic A flu epidemic broke out in February. 4 242 Scramble She scramble into some clean clothes.

    task force In India naval task force made up of three warship arrived at 4 243 shanghai on November.11.

    4 244 Endorse I fully endorse their approach.

    4 245 Affected The story affected her deeply.

    Quarantine All dogs brought into Britain must be kept in quarantine for 4 246 six month.

    4 247 Respiratory The lungs are respiratory organs. 4 248 Symptom The riots are a symptom of a deeper problem. 4 249 Virus HIV,the virus that is thought to cause AIDS. 4 250 Infect We must clean the wound before it becomes infected. 4 251 Chancellor He is the chancellor of the school. 4 252 Sweeping Football mania is sweeping the country. 4 253 Draconian It is a draconian legal code.

    4 254 any and everybody The news astonished any and everybody. 4 255 Plague The plague struck Europe.

    pour fuel into the fire I do think that the decision seem to have poured 4 256 fuel into the fire of fear.

    be of two minds (about something) We were of two minds of about the university 4 257 policy.

    precautionary Im going to photocopy all these document as a precautionary 4 258 measure.

    4 259 bummed I shall be extremely bummed if he turns up late again. 4 260 reversal The government insists that there will be no reversal of policy. 4 261 Suite He brought a three-piece suite.

    Ventilation There was no ventilation in the room expect for one tiny 4 262 window.

    4 263 Diagnose His illness was diagnosed as bronchitis. 4 264 Extension His extension number is 285.

    4 265 Specter The specter of unemployment haunted the country. 4 266 Ready Im always ready to help.

    4 267 P. 35, A2: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word or phrase 4 268 A technician --- a bad pump in the engine.

    4 269 I fully --- the measures taken to improve safety standards. 4 270 The monkeys were kept in --- for 31 days

    4 271 The --- caused 100,000 deaths inj London alone in the 1600s.

    The Second World War saw a dramatic --- of traditional attitudes towards 4 272 women.

    4 273 I --- whether to go with him.

    4 274 More policemen were sent to the area as a --- measure. 4 275 Rather than providing a solution their statements merely ---. 4 276 I tried to --- him for the bad news.

    4 277 First the doctor asked me to describe my ---.

    4 278 Any ---, however small, will be gratefully received. 4 279 That was how they made decisions which would --- our lives. 4 280 Doctors warn that a flu --- may be on the way.

    4 281 Rumors of a takeover began to --- around the stock markets. 4 282 They were --- to give the impression that the situation was under control. 4 283 P.35 Read C. notes

    4 284 SARS

    4 285 The University of California at Berkeley

    4 286 IV Post-viewing

    4 287 P. 41, 2.1 Go over the new words and phrases

    face masks We could iue face masks to all students ,we could close down 4 288 all schools.

    4 289 turn somebody away She turn away to hide her blush. 4 290 turn somebody back She turn back to hide her blush.

    respiratory symptoms Both effects have been linked to respiratory 4 291 symptoms.

    4 292 swirled around Her long skirt swirled around her leggs as she dances. 4 293 a tight housing market The citizen has faced a tight housing market. 4 294 on campus and off The police govern behavior on campus and off.

4 295 take action I am going to take action now.

    4 296 develop a temperature of

    4 297 an overreaction to something

    4 298 be unfairly blamed for He was unfairly blamed for the similar mistakes.

    be of two minds (about something) we are of two minds about the university 4 299 policy.

    be in one's position I wouldnt like to be in his position,for all his 4 300 wealth.

    4 301 be sent on a mission She was sent on a special mission to Belgrade.

    pour fuel into the fire I do think that the decision seems to have poured 4 302 fuel into the fire of fear.

    4 303 in excess of Never spend in excess of your income. 4 304 put pressure on We put pressure on the government to change the law.

    racialize an issue I thought that it would have the potential of 4 305 racializing a public health issue.

    4 306 travel precautions

    4 307 in excess of Never spends in exess of your income. 4 308 P. 42. Discuss the following topics

    4 309 How much do you know about SARS?

    Think back to the days when SARS played havoc with daily in China in early 4 310

    2003 and share with your classmates your experiences during that period. 4 311 Unit 4 Campus Anxiety

    4 312 Pre-viewing

    4 313 P.34, A1: Go over the new words and phrases.

    4 314 Solicit They tried to solicit support for the proposal. 4 315 Donation They made a generous donation.

    4 316 Swirl Her long skirt swirled around her leggs as she danced. 4 317 Epidemiology Epidemiology of chalk broad in bee larva in China. 4 318 Epidemic A flu epidemic broke out in February. 4 319 Scramble She scramble into some clean clothes.

    task force An India naval task force made up of three warship arrived at 4 320 Shanghai on November 11.

    4 321 Endorse I fully endorse their approach.

    4 322 Affected The story affected her deeply.

    Quarantine All dogs brought into Britain must be kept in quarantine for 4 323 six months.

    4 324 Respiratory The lungs are respiratory organs. 4 325 Symptom The riots are a symptom of a deeper problem. 4 326 Virus HIV, the virus that is thought to cause AIDS. 4 327 Infect we must clean the wound before it becomes infected. 4 328 Chancellor He is the chancellor of the school. 4 329 Sweeping Football mania is sweeping the country.

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