必修 3 重点词汇，短语，句子复习总结 必修三 M3 Unit1 重点单词 starve plenty satisfy feast hunt origin trick independence gather harvest agricultural custom admire energetic shape religious social permission possibility grateful apologize sadness obvious forgive decorate award ancestor festival beauty celebrate ancient light honor belief spirit Christian weep wipe event sweets poet drown heart-broken 重点短语 take place in memory of play a trick on look forward to as though have fun with sb. turn up keep one’s word hold one’s breath do harm to dress up day and night set off throw away 重点句子 1. Festivals and celebrations of all kinds have been held everywhere since ancient times. 2. Some festivals are held to honor the dead or to satisfy the ancestors, who might return either to help or do harm. 3. It’s now a children’s festival, when they can dress up and ……. 4. ….. to honor Mohandas Gandhi, the leader who helped gain India’s dependence from Britain. 5. China and Japan have mid-autumn festivals, when people admire the moon and ….. 6. Some western countries have very exciting festivals, which take place forty days before Easter. 7. The country, covered with cherry tree flowers, looks forward to the end of winter and to the coming of spring. 8. She could be with her friend right now laughing at him. 9. It’s obvious that the manager of the coffee shop was waiting ….. 必修三 M3 Unit1 重点单词 starve plenty satisfy feast hunt origin trick independence gather heart-broken agricultural custom admire energetic harvest religious social permission possibility grateful apologize sadness obvious forgive decorate ancestor award festival celebrate beauty light ancient shape belief spirit Christian event sweets poet drown
honor weep wipe independence 重点短语 take place in memory of play a trick on look forward to as though have fun with sb. turn up keep one’s word hold one’s breath do harm dress up day and night set off throw away 重点句子 1. Festivals and celebrations of all kinds have been held everywhere since ancient times. 2. Some festivals are held to honor the dead or to satisfy the ancestors, who might return either to help or to do harm. 3. It is now a children’s festival, when they can dress up and …. 4. … to honor Mohandas Gandhi, the leader who helped gain India’s independence. 5. China and Japan have mid-autumn’s festivals, when people admire the moon…… 6. Some western countries have very exciting carnivals, which take place forty days before Easter. 7. The country, covered with cherry tree flowers looks as though it is covered with pink snow. 8. The most energetic and important festivals are the ones that look forward to the end of the winter and to the coming of the spring. 必修三. M3 Unit 2 重点单词 diet energy digestion balance roast ought slim curiosity research customer weakness strength debt gently limit benefit sigh combine item packet serve business frustrate fit cooperation menu fat heavy curiosity hostess discount raw fried barbecue fibre consult warmly advertise admit offer 重点短语 balanced diet ought to lose weight put on some weight on one’s way even though throw away according to rather than amount to cut down before long be amazed at feel sick in debt be tired of be curious about get away with tell lies get rid of in research of earn one's living glare at benefit from take off 重点句子 1. But don’t you think it would be better if you were a bit thinner? 2. So that is what they did.
3. Their balanced diets became such a success that before long Wang Peng became slimmer and Yong Hui put on more weight. 4. … but I found your menu so limited that I stopped worrying and started advertising …. 5. Wang Peng sat in his empty restaurant feeling very frustrated. 6. He thought of his mutton, beef and bacon cooked in the ….. 7. Suddenly he saw his friend Li Chang hurrying by. 8. Something terrible must have happened, if …… 9. Even though the customers might get thin after eating …. 10. He did not look forward to being in debt …. 11. They were both enjoying dumplings and breast of chicken cooked with garlic. 必修三 M3 unit3 重点单词 scene permit stare account appearance patience silly jealous unbelievable rude manner scream indeed decade humor character director passage pound wealth spot author reserve survive doubt offer advantage order pavement lucky dessert follow steak wander wonder/wonderful fault businessman funny amazing seek pleasure scream genuine fake issue bow jail crime properly 重点短语 make a bet go ahead by accident account for to be honest shoulder to shoulder in rags even if care about get into trouble as a matter of fact as for… give/pay attention to bring up be known as/for at this moment lead the way give up on the contrary on one’s way a large amount of in a … manner take care of earn a living from the bottom of my heart 重点句子 1. Dressed in the finest clothes, he drove by the brothers’ house in Portland Place, and, seeing they were back, went to get Portia at ….. 2. I never would have believed it. 3. I must give you a job, as I promised. 4. You have got a job open that I want 5. …. But not worth one tenth as much as how Henry felt about Portia. 6. It’s well-known that Americans like to eat a lot 7. Would you mind waiting just a few minutes? I wonder, Mr. Adams, if you’d mind us asking a few questions? 8. But it’s all I have on me. 9. I hope you’ll come here whenever you like.
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You must come whenever you want and have whatever you like. I found myself carried out to sea by a strange wind. It was the ship that brought you to England. The fact is that I earned my passage by working as an unpaid hand, which accounts for my appearance. At this moment, they see a penniless young man wandering on the pavement outside their house. It’s Henry Adams, an American businessman, who is lost in London ….
必修三. M3 Unit4
重点单词 astronomy atmosphere system violent solid explode surface harmful development spread method depend exist presence disappointed publish gravity force gradually cheer combine explore settle fundamental allow atom mystery chain reaction multiply dinosaur produce oxygen generally climate lessen exhausting approach faint opportunity carbon dioxide solve thus crash feed 重点短语 think of…as… in time cool down go by now that come into existence be different form lay eggs give birth to on one’s surface as well as prevent ... from escape from get close to cheer up break out to one’s disappointment as a result of be harmful to sb depend on in one’s presence watch out in one’s turn 重点句子 1. That empty hole is like a mouth always needing to be fed. 2. I cheered up immediately … watching the earth become smaller…. 3. We watched, amazed as the fire broke out on the outside of the spaceship. 4. This disappearance made possible the rise of mammals on the earth. This produced a chain reaction, which made it possible for life to develop. 5. …. The earth may become too hot to live on. 6. They are putting too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which prevent heat from escaping the earth into space. 7. So whether life will continue on the earth for the millions of year to come will depend on whether this problem can be solved. …. It was not clear whether the shape would last or not.
必修三. M3 Unit5
重点单词 minister extremely continent settle eastward within surround border harbor figure
terrify official wealthy distance flow downtown tradition broad bush fall schoolmate approximately coast measure chat rapidly scenery manager complete aboard nearby cowboy prize realize slightly distant urban port fresh tour cross confirm coast 重点短语 be/go on a trip rather than catch sight of as well as because of go on a tour of go through as far as be surrounded by settle down have a gift for at dawn be close to figure out in the distance 重点句子 1. … there was frost on the ground, confirming that fall had arrived in Canada. 2. The thought that they could cross the whole continent was exciting. Some people have the idea that you can …., but they forget the fact that …. 3. People say it is Canada’s most beautiful city, surrounded by mountains and the Pacific Ocean. 4. It’s so wet there that the trees are extremely tall, some measuring over 90 meters. 5. The next stop was Calgary, which is famous for the Calgary Stampede. 6. The girls were surprised at the fact that ocean ships can sail up the Great Lakes. 7. … they could see the misty cloud that rose from the great Niagara Falls, which is on the south side of the lake. As they sat in a buffet restaurant looking over the …,a young man sat down with them.