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Unit 4 How to Make a Good Impression2


Unit 4

How to Make a Good Impression

Teach Content: Unit Four, How to Make a Good Impression on New Horizon College English Book One Teaching aims: 1) To help students enlarge their vocabulary related to body language and gesture. 2) Explaining some grammatical points and useful expressions to help the students catch idiomatic usage of some new word and enrich their vocabulary. 3) Analyzing the structure of the text to help the students improve their reading comprehension. 4) To let students know how to make a good impression to the other people especially for the first time. 5) To give students a good opportunity to make speech and to practice their oral English Emphasis: 1) understanding of the text 2) word-building and some important words 3) grammatical points Difficult point: understanding of long sentences
Section A 是本单元的 教学重点。

Teaching method: multi-media and writing on blackboard Preparations: 1) to collect some background information 2) to memorize the new words in the word list Teaching steps: 1) warming-up activities
目的: 帮助学员克服胆 怯心理, 使其敢于开口 说英语。 目的:启发学生思考, 引起学生的兴趣并为

2) leading in the passage

阅读课文作铺垫。

3) passage reading
目的: 了解学生对课文 的理解程度。

4) comprehension of the passage

5) explanation of some difficulties in the passage.

6) exercise

目的: 加深学生对课文 的理解并帮助其解决 课文中的重点难点问 题。

7) Section B

阅读技巧的培养

I. Warming-up Activities
1) Picture Identification

In this unit we’ll talk about impression. Firstly we should know what is impression? ---The opinion or feeling you have about someone or something. Do you know how first impressions are made? I mean how you make an impression on others or get the impression of others? ---By words. Only by words? Now I’ll hand out the paper to you, please look at the paper, what can you find in the paper? ---They are gestures/body language. Can you identify the meaning of each gesture? Ok we find these gestures express some information ---some make us happy, some make us annoyed. Now we know the way to make an impression —besides words---also includes body language, even tone of voice. You know in the first impression, the proportion of body language (how you carry yourself) is 55%, tone of voice (pace, enunciation) is 38%, actual words (content of what you say) is only 7%. So now we know body language/gestures play an important role in our communication. 2) Group discussion Do you always want to make a good impression on others, especially when you are facing your favorites? I think your answers are affirmative. Imagine you will attend a job interview, then how to make a good impression in it? (list the important points) What to wear: campus interview---informal but not casual Regional\national---more formal (suit, nice dress,

skirt\blouse) Attitude: enthusiastic, confident (without being defensive), outgoing, a sense of humor, polite, humble, not too aggressive, be yourself Ways to make a good impression: firm handshake , make eye contact, smile, practice good posture (don’t be stiff) be an active listener etc.

II. Leading in the passage
Before reading, ask students some questions related to the text in order to make them read the text purposely. Questions 1). Let the students listen to the tape and try to get the main idea then ask them to prepare to answer the questions. 2). Listen to the tape again and then ask them to answer the following questions with their own experiences. a. How long does it take us to judge the people we meet? b. What is one way you can have a positive effect on other people? c. What is the key to being the best person you can be?

III. Passage Reading IV. Post-reading Activities i. Structure Analysis This passage can be divided into two parts: Part One: (Para.1 & Para.2) It tells us what time you make the most important impression on others or others leave the most important impression on you. Part Two (Para.3 & Para.15) This part answers the question of

考虑到学员的英语水 平和课堂时间有限, 教 员可以安排学员在课 下预习时读课文

注意:提问、启发学生 思考 目的: 检验学生对课文 的理解

how to make a good impression on others. As far as text structure is concerned, it is typical of what we call listing. We can find that the writer offers some pieces of advice: “You are the message”, “Be yourself”, “Use your eyes”, and “Lighten up”. ii. Explanation of some difficulties in the passage. New Words
1. impression n. 1).the effect produced in someone's mind 印象,效果 e.g. He has told me his plan and he's made a good impression on me. 他已把他的计划告诉了我,他给我留下了很好的印象。 2).an idea or opinion that one forms about something 感觉,感想 e.g. I have the impression that he's not pleased. 我有这种感觉:他不太高兴。 2. conscious n. 1). realizing something 感觉到,意识到 e.g. The children were conscious of their mother's unhappiness. 孩子们意识到母亲的不快。 2). fully awake; knowing what is happening around 处于清醒状态,有知 觉的 e.g. The patient was conscious. 这位病人处于清醒状态。 ad. consciously 意识到地,感觉到地,神志清楚地 ant. unconsciously 无意识地,无感觉地,神志不清地 a. self-conscious 3. attitude n. 1). a position of the body 姿势,姿态 e.g. strike an attitude 装腔作势 2). the way one thinks and feels about something or someone 态度,看 e.g. What is your attitude to her work? 你对她的工作是怎么看的? 4. reaction n. 1). the way a person reacts to something 反应 e.g. What was his reaction to your idea? 他对你的想法有什么反应? 2) a course of change that occurs when two or more kinds of matter are
impress 词汇记忆策略 因其添加词缀后可变 为相应的名词、 形容词 和副词等, 所以动词是 学员记忆的重点之一, 而一些重要的前后缀 以及一些基本的变化 规律必须要求学员掌 握。

put together 5. range v. 1). occur (between certain limits) (在一定幅度或范围内)变动,变 e.g. Prices range from $10 to $25. 价格从 10 美元到 25 美元不等。 2). put things in rows; order in a line or line 排列,把……排成行 e.g. He had ranged the bottles from small to large in rows against the wall. 他把瓶子从小到大靠墙排成几排。 n. 1). a choice; a variety 种类;广泛(性) e.g. They can take part in a wide range of free time activities. 他们能参加各种各样的业余活动。 2). the distance over which an object can be sent or thrown; the distance over which a sound can be heard, etc. 射程; 距离,范围 e.g. We are within range of their guns. 我们正处在他们大炮的射程之内。 6. introduction n. 1). the introducing of one person to another 介绍,(正式)引见 e.g. He made the introduction and everyone shook hands. 他作了介绍,大家都握了握手。 2) the introducing of something 引进,采用 e.g. the introduction of new methods 采用新方法 7. interview n. 1. a meeting and discussion with someone seeking a job, etc (对求职者等的)面谈,面试 e.g. a job interview 招聘面谈 e.g. I've got an interview with the company. 我被这家公司邀去面试。 2. a discussion in which a television or radio reporter asks a person questions that he thinks listeners would like to hear the answers to(记 者等的)采访,访谈 e.g. a TV interview 电话采访 vt. question a person in an interview 面谈,面试;对...... 进行采访 e.g. They interviewed seven people for the job. 他们为这工作面试了七个人。 e.g. He was interviewed by reporters about his ideas. 记者就他的想法采访了他。 8. encounter n. a meeting with someone that happens by chance 意外(或偶然)相遇 e.g. a short encounter with a friend 与一位朋友的短暂相遇 vt meet or have to deal with (sth. bad, esp. a danger or difficulty) 遇到, 遭遇(尤指危险或困难) e.g. If you take up this assignment, you are likely to encounter many difficulties. 如果你承担这个任务, 就会遇到许多困难。

range from…to 从... 到... (范围或 幅度内)变化 vary change

interviewer interviewee trainer trainee employer employee

focus…on 使(注意

9. focus v. direct attention to one point 使(注意力)集中 e.g. The children's attention was focused on the stage. focus on 孩子们的注意力都集中在舞台上。 e.g. We must focus on increasing our home markets. 我们必须把注意力放在拓宽国内市场上 10. rate n. 1). the speed with which something happens or is done 速度,速率 e.g. He works at a very fast rate. 他工作的速度非常快。 2). the number of occasion within a certain period of time when something happens 比率,率 e.g. There is a high accident rate in this factory. 这个工厂的事故率很高。 11. absorb vt. 1). hold someone's attention completely or interest someone greatly 吸引……的注意力,使……感兴趣 e.g. History is a subject that absorbs her. 历史是一门使她全身心投入的课程。 (搭) be ~ed in 2). take in and hold something 吸收 e.g. This material absorbs water. 这种材料能吸水。 12. consistent a. 1). always having the same opinions, standard, behaviour, etc. 一贯的 e.g. He was consistent in arriving late. 他一贯迟到。 2). agreeing 一致的 e.g. This report is consistent with what we already know. 这个报道与我们所知道的是一致的 e.g. We must try to keep up a consistently high standard. 我们必须始终努力保持高标准。 13. contact n. 1). a state in which two people or things touch each other 接触 e.g. Children need a close physical contact with a caring adult. 孩子在身体上需要成年人的亲密爱抚。 2). communication with a person, official group, country, etc. 接触,联 系,交往 e.g. I've lost contact with most of my school friends. 我已与大多数中小学时的朋友失去了联系 14. make up one’s mind decide 下定决心,打定主意 e.g. I can't make up my mind between these two dishes that the restaurant offers. 饭店供应的这两道菜到底选哪一道,我拿不定主意

力)集中 He focused his attention on the map.

容易混淆的词 ratio

consistently ad. 一贯地,一直

形 近 词 比 较 : contract

15. lighten up

something you say to tell someone to stop being so 放松,不要生气

serious or annoyed

e.g. Lighten up, would you? She didn't mean to break the glass. 别生气了,行吗?她不是有意打碎瓶子的。

Language Points Explanation
1. Research shows we make up our minds about people through unspoken communication within seven seconds of meeting them. (Para. 1) Meaning: "Research shows within the first seven seconds when we meet someone, we form our opinion about him or her through nonverbal communication." make up our minds about people: "form our opinions about people". The phrase "make up one's mind" also means "decide". For example, I haven't made up my mind where to go yet. 我还没决定去哪儿。 At the age of 8 she made up her mind to become a doctor. 她 8 岁时就 打定主意要成为一名医生。 2.Consciously or unconsciously, we show our true feelings with our eyes, faces, bodies and attitudes, causing a chain of reactions, ranging from comfort to fear. (Para. 1) Meaning: "Whether we are aware of, or unaware of it, we use our eyes, faces, bodies and attitudes to express our feelings. This causes a sequence of various reactions from comfort to fear." 3.Consciously or unconsciously,...(Para. 1) consciously: ad. in a way you are aware of it conscious: a. realizing something; or fully awake; knowing what is happening around The children were conscious of their mother's unhappiness. 孩子们意识 到自己母亲的不快。 He was badly hurt, but he remained conscious. 他伤得很重,但仍未失 去知觉。 4....we show our true feelings with our eyes, faces, bodies and attitudes, ...(Para. 1) attitude: a position of the body; the way one thinks and feels about something or someone What is your attitude to her work? 你对她的工作是什么态度? 5....causing a chain of reactions...(Para. 1)
扩展:否定前缀

The phrase "causing a chain of reactions, ranging from comfort to fear." is an adverbial of result, used to describe the result of "show our true feelings..." "a chain of something" means a sequence of them happening one after another, for example, a chain of events 一系列事件 a chain of accidents 一系列的意外事故 a chain of thoughts 一连串的想法 a chain of bad luck 一连串倒霉的事情 6....ranging from comfort to fear. (Para. 1) The expression "ranging from comfort to fear" means reactions that include both of the opposites 'comfort' and 'fear' and anything in between. range from: occur between certain limits or "to put things in rows; order in a line or lines". For example, There are 80 students whose ages ranged from 20 to 40. 80 位学生年龄 从 20 岁到 40 岁不等。 Prices range from $10 to $25. 价格从 10 美元到 25 美元不等。 range: v. put things in rows; order in a line or lines He had ranged the bottles from small to large in rows against the wall. 他把瓶子从小到大靠墙排成几排。 range: n. a choice; a variety; or the distance over which an object can be sent or thrown; the distance over which a sound can be heard, etc. They can take part in a wide range of free time activities. 他们能够参加 各种各样的业余活动。 We are within range of their guns. 我们正处于他们炮火的射程之内。 7....an introduction to your future spouse...(Para. 2) Please notice that introduction is often followed by "to". get an introduction to a well-known professor 介绍给一位著名的教授 give me an introduction to 把我介绍给...... 8.... a job interview...(Para. 2) a job interview 求职面试 a personal interview 面谈 a press interview 记者采访 a telephone interview 电话采访 9....an encounter with a stranger... (Para. 2) encounter: n. a meeting with someone that happens by chance My meeting with my friend in New York was not an expected encounter. 在纽约遇到我的朋友是出乎意料的。 An encounter between you and the man you have hurt will not serve any good purpose. 与那位被你弄伤的人碰面是不会有什么好处的。

encounter: vt. meet or have to deal with (sth. bad, esp. a danger or difficulty) The President was unwilling to encounter his judges. 总统不愿与法官 们遭遇。 Even if he encounters a tiger his thinking ability usually enables him to kill the animal successfully. 即使他遭遇一只老虎,他的智力通常也能 使他成功地把它杀死。 10. Focus on the first seven seconds. What did you think and feel? How did you "read" the other person? (Para. 2) Meaning: Pay special attention to the first seven seconds. What did you feel and think? How did you understand the information about the other person? focus on: pay attention to; have as its main point of interest We must focus on our sales force as the chief means of improving trade. 作为促进贸易的主要手段,我们必须加强我们的销售队伍。 This year our meeting focuses on the question of children's rights. 今年 我们的会议集中讨论儿童权益的问题。 11.You are the message. (Para. 3) Meaning: "Your eyes, face, body, and attitudes — the whole you send the information about you to others." 12.I've helped them make persuasive presentations, ...(Para. 3) make a presentation: give a speech on sth. make an appealing presentation of the matter 对此作出吸引人的展示 make a complete presentation of the present status of human knowledge of the science 对人类当前对这门科学所了解的现状作了完整的陈述 13. The secret has always been you are the message. (Para. 3) Meaning: The best way has always been you yourself give off the information about you to others. When we say that a way of behaving is the secret (of achieving something,) we mean it is the best way or the only way to achieve it. 14. You were committed to what you were talking about and so absorbed in the moment you lost all self-consciousness. (Para. 5) Meaning: You were giving all your attention to what you were saying and you were so interested in it that you lost all your worries and embarrassments about what you looked like, how you behaved and what others thought of you. 15.You were committed to what you were talking about...(Para. 5) be committed to: spend one's time, attention or energy on sth.

He is very committed to the cause of language teaching. 他对于语言教 学事业十分投入。 If you want to become an actor, you really have to commit yourself to it. 要是你想成为一名演员,就得全身心地投入。 16....and so absorbed in the moment you lost all self-consciousness. (Para. 5) be absorbed (in): give all one's attention (to) sth. The artist was so absorbed in her work that she didn't hear her visitor enter the room. 这位艺术家聚精会神于自己的工作,以至于没有听到 来访者进了房间。 Time passes quickly when you are absorbed in reading a good book. 当 你全神贯注阅读一本好书时,时间会过得很快。 The structure "so + adj. /adv. +(that)" is used to express "to such a degree as to produce a particular result, causing a particular situation, etc. For example, He was so ill (that) we had to send for a doctor. 他病得很重,我们得派 人去请医生。 17.Many how-to books advise you to stride into a room and impress others with your qualities. (Para. 6) Meaning: "Many books that offer advice on how to make a good impression tell you to walk into a room with quick, long steps and make others feel admiration and respect for your good qualities." How-to books are books offering advice. impress sb. with sth.: feel admiration and respect for sth. She's always trying to impress people with her new clothes. 她总是试 图用穿新衣给人留下印象。 The same sentence can be rewritten with "make an impression": She's always trying to make an impression on people with her new clothes. 她总是试图用穿新衣给人留下印象。 18.... and tell you to fix your eyes on the other persons. (Para. 6) fix one's eyes on: keep one's eyes on All the people fixed their eyes on me, which made me feel very embarrassed. 所有的人都把目光盯着我,使我很尴尬。 19.If you follow all this advice, you'll drive everyone crazy - including yourself. (Para. 6) Meaning: If you act in the way the how-to books tell you, you'll make everyone upset or annoyed, and make yourself upset and annoyed too. If you say someone or something drives or makes you or sb. crazy, you mean they make you or sb. severely annoyed or upset. The endless music is driving me crazy. 这没完没了的音乐弄得我受不

了。 20.The trick is to be consistently you, at your best. (Para. 7) Meaning: The skilled way is that you always have your same behavior, attitude and good qualities all the time and perform as well as you are able to. The adjective form of "consistently" is "consistent", meaning "always having the same opinions, standard, behaviour, attitudes, qualities," etc. He was consistent in his attitude. 他的态度是前后一致的。 The second statement is not consistent with the first one. 第二份声明与 第一份声明不一致。 at one's best: performing as well or effectively as one is able to He was never at his best early in the morning. 他清晨从来不在最佳状 态。 At her best, she's a really first-class dancer. 在最佳状态时,她真是一 位一流的舞蹈家。 21.The most effective people never change from one situation to another. They're the same whether they're having a conversation, addressing their garden club or being interviewed for a job. They communicate with their whole being; the tones of their voices and their gestures match their words. (Para. 7)Meaning: The most effective people remain consistent in all situations. They act in the same way whether they're talking with others, or they're giving a speech to others in their garden club, or they're being interviewed for a job. They communicate not only with their speech but also with their eyes, faces, bodies and attitudes; the tones of their voices and their gestures are consistent with their words. 22...addressing their garden club...(Para. 7) address: vt. direct one's speech to The President addressed the Congress to review the past year and announced plans for the next. 总统向国会讲话总结了过去一年的情况, 宣布了今年的计划。 The Education secretary had to address a crowd of teachers who were negative about the new changes in education. 教育大臣不得不向一群反 对教育领域新变化的教师讲话作解释。 23.They communicate with their whole being...(Para. 7) Communicate with: talk with others through means of Deaf people communicate with sign language. 聋哑人通过手语与人交 流。 communicate with: share or exchange opinions, feelings or information, etc.

You can communicate in the quickest possible way with people in many countries by email. 你可用电子邮件以最快的方式同许多国家的人进 行交流。 24.Public speakers, however, often send mixed messages. (Para. 8)Meaning: Public speakers, however, often send confused messages that is, what they say does not agree with what they do. The word "speakers" means persons who make a speech to a group of people. Tonight's speaker is a well-known artist. 今天的演讲者是一位著名艺 术家。 25.My favorite is the kind who say... (Para. 8) Meaning: The public speakers I like best to use as an example of their sending mixed messages are the speakers who say... 26.The audience always believe what they see over what they hear. (Para. 9) Meaning: The audience always think what they see with their own eyes is more important than what they hear, that is, seeing is believing. The word "audience" means a group of people who watch or listen to a play, concert, speech, the television, etc. For example, The audience was /were wild with joy. 观众欣喜若狂。 27.He's not being honest. (Para. 9) Meaning: "He is, for the present time, not saying something honest. He is lying." "Be" is not usually used as the main verb in progressive tenses. However, you can use it in progressive tenses to describe someone's behavior at a particular time as in the sentence. Here some more examples: You're being very silly. (= You're doing silly things.) 你做得傻极了。 I was being very careful. (= I was doing something carefully.) 我是特别 小心。 He is being nice to me. 他对我显得特别好。 28.Some people start to say something while looking right at you, but three words into the sentence, they break eye contact and look out the window. (Para. 10) Meaning: Some people look at you only when they begin to say something, but very soon they begin to look somewhere else. 29.Smiling is important. It shows you are relaxed. (Para. 11) Meaning: "Smiling is important. It shows you feel calm or not worried." relaxed: a. become less worried or tense

You'll feel relaxed after you take a hot bath. 洗个热水澡后你会感到浑 身轻松。 30.I disagree. If I did agree, I certainly wouldn't look at my feet or at the ceiling. I'd keep my eye on the lion! (Para. 11)Meaning: I don't agree that entering a room full of people is like going into a lion's cage. Suppose I agreed with such a thought, I would not look at my feet or at the ceiling but look carefully at the lion to make sure it would not kill me because the lion was most dangerous. Notice the emphatic use of "did" in "If I did agree...". Here are some more examples of the use of "did" for added stress. He did tell me about it. 他的确告诉了我这事儿。 In the present tense, "do" or "does" is used: I do feel sorry for him. 我确实为他感到遗憾。 A little knowledge does seem to be a dangerous thing. 看来一知半解确 实是件危险的事。 Also in the sentence, please note the use of the "if clause" to talk about unreal situations. For example, If he started it now, he would not finish it in time. 就算他现在开始做,也 不可能按时完成这项工作了。 If you had asked, I would have told you. 如果你当时问了,我会告诉你 的。 31....scolded each worker and enjoyed making them fear him. (Para. 12) Enjoy can't be used without an object. When we talk about having fun, having a nice time in general, we can either say enjoy doing something or enjoy oneself. I don't enjoy traveling very much. 我不太喜欢旅游。 Well, have a good holiday. Enjoy yourself, and don't do anything that you wouldn't do. 好,祝你假日愉快 ! 玩个痛快,不要做任何你不愿 做的事。 32.Then the chairman threw back his head and roared with laughter. (Para. 13) Meaning: Then the chairman suddenly moved his head back and laughed in a very loud, deep way. roar: make a loud, deep sound The wild animals roared in the woods. 那头野兽在丛林里大吼大叫。 The chairman roared with anger when he heard the bad news. 听到坏消 息,主席气得大叫。 33.Humor broke the stress of a very uncomfortable scene. (Para. 13) Meaning: Humor ended the stress of a very uncomfortable situation.

34.You can always see people who take themselves too seriously. (Para. 14) Meaning: You can always find people who believe they themselves are important, should be given attention and are humorless. If you take someone or something seriously, you believe that they are important and should be given attention. Snap judgments, if they are taken seriously, have usually been considered a lack of common sense. 快速判断,要是认真对待的话,通 常被看成是缺乏判断力的表现。 You take everything too seriously! Relax and enjoy yourself. 你对什么 事都这么认真,放松一下,好好玩玩吧! Don't take him seriously He's always joking. 别把他当回事儿,他老开 玩笑。 35.Usually they are either brooding or talking a great deal about themselves. (Para. 14) Meaning: Very often, they are either thinking or worrying a lot or they are talking a lot about themselves. 36.Take a good hard look at yourself. (Para. 15) Meaning: Use enough time and energy to think about yourself thoroughly. 37.You already have within you the power to make a good impression, because nobody can be you as well as you can. (Para. 15) Meaning: You now have the ability that exists in yourself to produce a good effect on other people, because nobody can use your good qualities as well as you can.

iii. Assignment:
1. Read the text and try to get the main idea. 2. Read the text again and do the Exercises I on P.83 and Exercise V on P.85. 3.Vocabulary: 1). Keep all the words and phrases in mind; 2). The practice at P. 83---84 4. Translation: Put the sentences at P. 86---87 into English. 5. Writing: Many kinds of sports occur on our university grounds

V. Further Development
Passage B Body Language

1. The Main Part:
1). Before read the text, pay attention to the reading skills, and do the exercises. 2). Read the text for about 10 minutes and try to get the main idea. And do the work on p98-99. 3). Briefly analyze the text and focus on the important new words and expressions. 4). Do the exercises on the book after class and tell them it will be checked next time.



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