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大家说英语2009年11月3日课程学习笔记

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今天是11月3日,周二,下面开始本周的课程。
想要在线收听今天的课程,可以点击下面的连接!(在线收听地址一周内有效)
mms://air.hihit.net/studio/20091103lta.wma
网速不快的用户可以点击下面的地址收听,内容是相同的。
mms://air.hihit.net/studio/20091103lt.wma

(Andrea老师的开场白)
The title of today’s lesson is Daylight-Saving Time.
Here is your question: what ended on Sunday?

Information Desk ( Christina老师的讲台 )
1、   in time  短语.及时;在时限之内
2、   strange   形容词adj.奇怪的;不可思议的
3、   closed   形容词adj.停止营业的;关着的
4、   half-hour  半小时
5、   set  动词v.调整;校正

Conversation A (在对话中,Emma、Pam、Amy、Jack、Tom、Jason等都会经常出现)
Emma: Hi, Jason. You’re just in time. Can you take these cups?
Jason: Sure.
Emma: Thanks. So how was your weekend?
Jason: It was good, but it was a little strange.
Emma: How come?
Jason: Well, I came to the mall on Sunday for lunch. But when I arrived, the mall was closed.
Emma: What time did you arrive?
Jason: I arrived at 12:30.

Conversation B
Emma: Wait. That is strange. I was here on Sunday and we opened at noon.
Jason: I know.
Emma:  So what happened?
Jason: Well, I went home and came back a half-hour later.
Emma: Was the mall open then?
Jason: Yes, it was. That’s when I learned about Daylight-Saving Time.
Emma: Ah. Now I understand.

Conversation C
Jason: Daylight-Saving Time ended on Sunday. But I didn’t know, so I didn’t change my watch.
Emma: You didn’t set your clocks back.
Jason: Right. My watch showed 12:30 when it was really only 11:30.
Emma: So the mall really did open at noon. You were just here early.
Jason: Exactly.
Emma: Well, you learned. And that’s good, or you would always be an hour early for everything.
本段找到了今天问题的答案,Daylight-Saving Time ended on Sunday.

Information Desk
a half-hour和half an hour都是“半小时”的意思。
Daylight-Saving Time其实就是夏令时的意思,summer time。

当某物品、某机器出毛病时,不能运转了,可以用what is wrong with……?的句型。

Calendar Phrase
Do you have the time? 你可以告诉我现在几点了吗?
今天的对话中,还有一个句式要熟练运用:
What time did you . . . ?
例句有:What time did you go to school yesterday ?

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