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新概念英语第三册:Lesson24重点句型解析

新概念英语第三册:Lesson24 重点句型解析 Who was Sebastian? 1、We often read in novels how a seemingly respectable person or family has some terrible secret which has been concealed from strangers for years. How 引导宾语从句 has some terrible secret = has a skeleton in the cupboard = has a skeleton in the closet 家丑 which 引导的定语 从句修饰 secret seemingly adv.表面上地(= from appearance) -- a seemingly respectable person 表面上受人尊敬的人 2、The English language possesses a vivid saying to describe this sort of situation. Possess = own = have got to describe this sort of situation 来描述这种场景(做定语 用来修饰 saying) -- The English language possesses a vivid word to describe her beauty. 3、The terrible secret is called‘a skeleton in the cupboard’. 4、At some dramatic moment in the story, the terrible secret becomes known and a reputation is ruined. Some 某一个(修饰单数可数名词)= a certain Ruin vt.毁坏, 毁灭(泛指概念, 表示毁坏的过程不是一下完成的) = spoil vt.搞糟, 宠坏 v.扰乱 -- The rain ruined my holiday. = The rain spoiled my holiday. Destroy vt.破坏, 毁坏 v.消灭, 摧毁(完全摧毁, 不可修复) -- To tell the patient the truth is to risk destroying his hope. -- The earthquake destroyed almost the entire city. Damage vt.损害, 损坏, 使受损失(能够被修复) -- The car is damaged and it is be repairing now. 5、The reader's hair stands on end when he reads in the final pages of the novel that the heroine, a dear old lady who had always been so kind to everybody, had, in her youth, poisoned every one of her five husbands. one’s hair stands on end 某人感到毛骨悚然 = sb feel horrified (adj.带有恐怖感的, 惊骇的) -- My hair stands on end. 我感到毛骨悚然 set/make one’s hair stands on end 使某人感到毛骨悚然 -- horrid adj.恐怖的, 令人讨厌的, 可怕的 -- The horrid film really make my hair stands on end. in her youth 在她年轻的时候 everyone (单独用 every 和 one 连在一起) every one of (与 of 搭配 every 和 one 要分开) 6、It is all very well for such things to occur in fiction. It is all very well…but… 好到是好, 但是… -- It is all very well for you to suggest taking a few days’ rest, but how can finish our work in time? -- It is all very well for them to ask me to do it, but I am too busy. Occur vi.发生, 出现(某个事件出乎意料的、偶然的发生) -- 比 happen 更正式 -- When did the accident occur? It occurred to me to do… / It occurred to me that… -- It occurred to me to open the window. Happen vi.发生, 碰巧, 偶然(某个事件出乎意料的、偶然的发 生) -- When did the accident happen? Take place v.发生, 举行(事件根据安排而发生、举行) -- When will the wedding take place? 7、To varying degrees, we all have secrets which we do not want even our closest friends to learn, but few of us have skeletons in the cupboard. To varying degrees 从不同的角度来讲… Which



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