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2021年2月22日发(作者:坎坷不安)


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Unit 1 Traces of the past


Listening to the world


Sharing


Scripts


H = Hina; M1 = Man 1, etc.; W1 = Woman 1, etc.


Part 1


H: I have a busy social life. I go out most nights after work with friends. Last night, I


went out for a meal with an old friend from university



it was really good to see her.


Tell me about your social life. Do you go out a lot?


Part 2


M1: I do go out quite a lot, yeah. I ... I like to go out to bars and I quite like going to


friends’


houses and having dinner and things like that.


W1: I like to go to the cinema and um, I think the last movie I saw was The Hangover



it was very funny. And ... and I like to go to the theater also.


W2:


No,


we


don’t


go


out


a


lot




um,


possibly


weekends.


We


go


out


for


meals


or


something.


M2: Not too regularly. Weekends. I play golf …


um, socialize afterwards.


W3: During the day we do. Er, in the evening,


no, no. No, we don’t.



W4: My friends and I like to go out quite a lot. We go clubbing; we go to discos.


W5: Yes, I go out sometimes in the village. Er, we live in a small village, so a lot of


our social life is in the village, so we go out to


friends’ houses, go to parties, go to the


pub.


W6: Um, not so much … but I like it a lot. I like


to go to the theater, to the cinema,


.


meet friends, eat out.


W7: Sometimes I go out for a ... for a couple of drinks with some good friends, but ...


um, not very often. A couple of times a month maybe.


Part 3


H: Did you go out last night?


W4: We went to this club in Piccadilly Circus and we danced all night. We had a few


drinks, but then mostly dancing. And there was (were) a few guys there and they were


really cute and we, like, talked to them.


W5: We had dinner in an Italian restaurant by Tower Bridge and it was lovely. We


had a


lovely evening of just looking at the … the


river and enjoying the view and


enjoying lots of fun with the family.


W6:


Well,


I


went


to


the


cinema




seeing


the


last


Harry


Potter


film




ah,


which


I


enjoyed a lot. And afterwards I met some friends for


a … for a drink in town.



M2:


We


went


to


see,


er,


Mamma


Mia!


At


the


Prince


of


Wales


Theater,


and


it


was


excellent.


W2: We went to the theater. We saw a play by Tom Stoppard called Arcadia, which


was extremely interesting and we enjoyed it very


much. Afterwards, we went with


friends


for


a


meal.


We


had


a


Spanish


“tapas”


type


meal,


which


was


extremely



enjoyable.


W1: Um, last night I went to, um, Westfield Shopping Center, which is in the west of


London and I enjoyed a delicious meal there.


M1: Las


t night I went to a friend of mine’s


house which is in south London and um,


we went out and went to a fish and chip shop, bought some fish and chips and went


.


home and had that with a beer in front of the television.


Listening


Scripts


I = Interviewer; B = Baruti


I: Thank you for coming on the show, Baruti. We are all very interested to know more


about your work. But, first of all, let’s start


from the beginning. Um, where were you


born?


B: I was born in Johannesburg in 1962.


I: Can I ask you about your childhood?


B: Yes, of course. I was the fourth child in a very big family



there were 11 of us.


My father was a teacher and my mother cleaned houses for rich people.


I: Did you go to school?


B: Yes, I did. Education was very important to my parents.


I: When did you decide to work with poor children?


B: When I was in school, one of my friends lost


his parents. He had no family …


um … no


living grandparents, so he moved to a house for orphans. I visited him and


when I saw his life there, I decided to work with orphans.


I: When did you open your orphanage?


B: We opened it in 1996.


I: We?


B: Yes, my wife and I. We got married in 1990.


I: And who’s your hero?



B: I’m glad you asked that –



it’s Mother Teresa.



I often think about her words: “I can


.


do no great things, only small things with great


love.”



I: That’s very interesting. I have one more



question: What’s your favorite book?



B: Let me think about that. I like many books, but


Long Walk to Freedom


is one of


my


favorites. It’s the story of Nelson Mandela’s


life in his own words.


I: That sounds interesting. Thank you.


OK … now, it’s time to ask the audience


for


questions. Are there any questions for


Baruti? … Yes, you at the back …




Viewing


Scripts


Carlos Acosta is one of the greatest living ballet dancers. He was the first black


principal dancer at Covent Garden in London. He is famous around the world and in


his home country of Cuba he is a national hero.


Carlos now travels the world but always sees Cuba as his home. All his family


are


still


there.


In


Cuba


he


isn’


t


a


foreigner.


He


says


that


in


Cuba


a


child


learns


to


dance first and then to speak. He talks about the heat and the sea, about dance and


music and happiness.


“Cuba is always going to be my home. In my



heart, that’s the only country, you


know, and because


that’s where all my relatives are,


my



memories, you know, and


this is the only place


I’m never going to be a foreigner. You learn how


to dance first;


then you learn how to speak, you


know, in Cuba. It’s something that’s been passed


on


through


generation


to


generation.


And


it’s



also,


you


know,


the


heat,


and


the


tropic


(tropics),


and the sea and … it’s … it’s almost, that’s what



it’s asking for, dance and


music and happiness.”



.


Carlos


was


born


in


Havana,


the


youngest


of


11


children


in


a


poor


family.


He


often missed school. He was a champion breakdancer in the streets


but didn’t want to


be a professional dancer. When he was nine, his father sent him to a ballet school.


Carlos hated it. He told his father he wanted to do something else.


“So I … I did tell him many times that I didn’t



want to be … and that I wanted


to … to do


something else



football, you know



but he


didn’t want to hear it. So, I


went and … But



thank God he didn’t want to hear it because



thanks to that I’m here


now.”



At ballet school, Carlos wa


sn’t always a good



student and didn’t want to be a


dancer. But when he was 13, Carlos saw the Cuban National Ballet and he loved it so


much that he changed his mind about ballet. He decided to work hard and three years


later,


at


16,


he


traveled


to


Europe


for


the


first


time.


That


year


he


won


four


major


dance competitions and became famous all over the world.


Now he is an international star and he dances in many countries, but he still goes


home to Cuba several times a year to visit his family.



Speaking for communication


Role-play


Scripts


I = Isabel; M = Marek


Part 1


I: Hi, Marek. How was your weekend?


M: OK. And yours? What did you do?


.


I: I went for a walk. It was great!


M: Who did you go with?


I: With my boyfriend, Diego. He’s a football


player.


M: Oh. Where did you go?


I: By the river. It was really beautiful.


M: That sounds good.


Part 2


I: And you? What did you do?


M: Oh, I played football; cleaned the flat.


I: Who did you play football with?


M: With some guys from work. We play every weekend.


I: Really? Where did you play?


M: In the park. There’s a football pitch there.



I: Did you win?


M: Of course. I scored five goals!


I: Ha! I don’t believe you!




Group discussion


Scripts


I = Interviewer; W = Writer


I: We are very pleased to have you here, George. Shall we start from the beginning?


Could you tell us about your childhood?


W: Yes, of course. I was born in a small town in the northeast. My father was a truck

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