《Developing and Developed Countries》ppt33（6份）
Module 2 Developing and Developed Countries Section Ⅰ Introduction & Reading
1．He needs a high i________ to support such a big family.
2．My mother m________ me to see what size of dress I should wear.
3．It is unbelievable that there are still many people in rural (农村) areas living below p________ line.
4．One of her g________ is to get a gold prize in the Olympic Games.
5．The government is making efforts to r________ the traffic noises in order to let citizens have a quiet sleep.
6．The government is spending a lot of money on ________ (教育)．
7．With the ________ (发展) of international exchanges between China and the world, Chinese becomes more and more popular.
8．Cars of this kind have been put into ________ (生产)．
9．The soldiers have to stand for hours without changing ________ (姿势)．
10．His score is now well into double ________ (数字)．
1．It is knew that he will go abroad next month.
2．I'd like to pay a visit to a friend of mine with time permitted.
3．It is occurred to me that I should phone you.
4．Hunger is a big problem in some places, especial in some lonely areas.
5．The police are making efforts reduce traffic accidents.
6．The old photos buried in the bottom of the suitcase reminded me of those happy old days we had spent together.
In most developed countries the government provides free education for children because it realizes that educated citizens are useful to the country in their later life. Most countries also have private (私立的) education. This means that parents can pay to send their children to certain schools. People who agree with this system say that it gives parents a larger choice of schools. Other people think that private schools give the children who go to them an unfair advantage over other children.
At the age of three, many children go to nursery school. Two or three years later, they enter a primary school. At the age of 11 they go to a secondary school. ThenModule 2 Developing and Developed Countries Section Ⅱ Grammar
although， however， but， while， though
1．She's at the age of 80, ________ she still goes swimming every day.
2．—Would you like to go to the movies tonight?
—I'd like to, ________ I'm busy preparing for the final examination.
3．She thought I was talking about her daughter，________， as a matter of fact, I was talking about my daughter.
4．________ in poor health, she continued to carry out her duties.
5．Danny wants to go abroad for further study, ________ his brother wants to stay and earn some money in their hometown.
6．________ small, the rooms were pleasant and airy.
7．________ she was asleep, thieves broke in and stole her handbag.
8．He knows so many difficulties are in front of him. He will not, ________， give up.
9．________ he loves his students, he is very strict with them.
10．He sat for a ________， thinking about what Jenny had said to him.
1．She was hungry ________ the news of her friends.
2．The government should tares ________ (control) the disease.
3．If I were ________ your position, I would make an apology to him immediately.
4．If their performance isn't up ________ our expectations, we shouldn't get angry.
5．I'll mare ________ the time of the train.
6．Have you figured ________ how much the trip will cost?
7．We found the house easily with the little boy ________ (lead) the way.
8．The bed is comfortable ________ (lie) on.
9．Jane was making efforts ________ (finish) her task on time by working through her lunch time.
10．Today's homework was easy ________ (do), so Mike finished it quickly and went out to play.
1．Although the weather is not fine, but we have had a high harvest this year.
2．The watch is old, but, it is in good condition.
3．Poor although he is, he is happy.
Module 2 Developing and Developed Countries Section Ⅲ Integrating Skills & Cultural Corner
1．He gave her French lessons in e________ for her teaching him Chinese.
2．They are different from each other in hobbies and ________ (娱乐)．
3．There is no living thing in the river because it is seriously p________.
4．Your room is s________ to mine, so they have much in common.
5．The street was c________ with people and the traffic was held up.
6．The terrible flood destroyed thousands of houses and made many people h________.
7．The ________ (慈善团体) offered a great deal of money and food to the homeless people.
8．The local ________ (居民) are all familiar with the famous writer.
9．With the development of ________ (旅游业), thousands of foreigners want to pay a visit to China.
10．What is your ________ (看法，观点) of the matter?
1．Close to the post office stand two women, who are watching the gate close.
2．The entertainment is of great useful in educating children.
3．I have offered to paint the house in exchange with a week's accommodation.
4．The basic design of the car is very similar with that of the earlier model.
5．Brought up by his grandparents, Tom wasn't used to live with his parents.
6．Love may create the wonder, and may make people to become satisfied and optimistic.
If you go into the woods with your friends, stay with them. If you don't, you may get lost. If you do get lost, this is what you should do.
Sit down and stay where you are. Don't try to find your friends—let them find you. You can help them to find you by staying in one place.
There is another way to help your friends or other people nearby to find you. Give them a signal by shouting or whistling (吹口哨) three times. Stop. Then shout or whistle three times again. Any signal given three times is a call for help. You will be helped by others.
p the shouting or whistling, always three times together. When people hear you, they will know that you are not just making noise for fun. They will let you know they have heard your signal. They will give two shouts, two whistles or two gunshots. When a signal is given twice, it is an answer to a call for help.
If you don't think that you will get help before night comes, try to make a little