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            新概念英語第三冊課文和筆記第40課:Who's who

            Source: 恒星英語學習網    2014-05-30  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  

            § Lesson 40 Who’s who 真假難辨
            【New words and expressions】 生詞和短語
            ●hoax n. 騙局,戲弄
            ●deception n. 欺騙,騙局
            ●self-respecting adj. 自重的
            ●indulge v. 使沉迷
            ●pneumatic adj. 氣動的
            ●drill n. 鉆
            ●silly adj. 無意義的,無聊的
            ●advance adj. 預先的,事先獲得的
            ●archway n. 拱形門樓
            ●remonstrate v. 規勸,告誡
            ●ironically adv. 諷刺地
            ●permission n. 許可
            ●grant v. 同意,準予

            ■hoax n. 騙局,戲弄
            play a hoax on sb. 戲弄某人
            play a trick on sb. 戲弄某人
            play a joke on sb. 開某人玩笑
            Eg: The boy student is thinking how to play a hoax on his classmate.

            ■deception n. 欺騙,騙局
            deception 無關緊要的騙局,并不是故意的欺騙
            Eg: She referred to the pills as sweet, so the harmless deception made it easy for her child to take them.
            deceit (故意的)欺騙
            Eg: We are incapable of deceit.
            fraud 對公眾的欺騙行為,多指官方的欺騙或財政舞弊
            trickery 欺騙(語氣上嚴厲),著重有步驟地詭計來謀取私利。
            Eg: He had gained control of the company by trickery.

            ■self-respecting adj. 自重的
            ■indulge v. 使沉迷
            indulge oneself in sth. 沉迷于…………== be indulged in
            Eg: He indulged himself in smoking and drinking.
            =He was indulged in smoking and drinking.
            v. 縱容
            Eg: She indulges her only son.

            ■pneumatic adj. 氣動的
            ■drill n. 鉆
            ■silly adj. 無意義的,無聊的
            foolish 強調愚蠢的,笨的,不明智的
            Eg: I remonstrated him not to do anything foolish.
            silly 無意義的, 無聊的,無知的
            Eg: Being called silly is not compliment.
            Don’t play such a silly hoax.
            stupid 人及言行缺乏良好的判斷力,天生的遲鈍
            Eg: His son is as stupid as all.
            dull 遲鈍的
            Eg: the old man’s hearing has become dull.
            She is a dull girl.
            ■advance adj. 預先的,事先獲得的
            advance information / in advance

            ■archway n. 拱形門樓
            ■remonstrate v. 規勸,告誡
            remonstrate sb to do sth 規勸某人做某事

            ■ironically adv. 諷刺地
            ■permission n. 許可
            ■grant v. 同意,準予
            ask sb. for permission請求許可
            give / grant sb. permission 準予許可


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