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  下面为大家带来新概念英语第三册重点句型解析一文,希望对大家的新概念英语学习有所帮助。更多精彩尽请关注北京新东方英语学习部的新概念课程。 iLBORT !;  
  What was it aboutsnails that made the writer collect them for his friend on that day inparticular? 3^ UoK  
  1、People become quiteillogical when they try to decide what can be eaten and what cannot be eaten. rM= :{   
  come to 涉及, 谈及(常和 when 连用) When it come to sth When it cometo doing sth \f4rA?+f  
  -- When it comes to politics I know nothing. 谈到政治,我一无所知。 C=&n1/  
  -- He never complains when it comes tohelping his wife with the house work. 当谈及到帮妻子做家务活这件事的时候, 他从来不抱怨。 dYD;Z<l  
  2、If you lived in theMediterranean, for instance,you would consider octopus a great delicacy. dcmf~+T  
  for instance = for example adv.例如 z~`X4Segw  
  consider sth (to be) sth xf;>o$oN0P  
  3、You would not beable to understand why some people find it repulsive. 8=Oym~  
  4、On the other hand, your stomach would turn at the idea of frying potatoes in animalFat-- --the normally accepted practice in many northern countries. $-UVN0=  
  On the other hand 在另一方面(转折连词) N}n3 +F  
  一些 at 介词短语表示:当…就… 一…就… d*Mqs}8  
  at the idea of = at the thought of 一想到就… +zche  
  at the sight of 一看到就…, Yu" Q  
  at the mention of 一提到就…, (SW6?5  
  at the news of 一听到什么的消息就 {c3FJ5:  
  at the touch of 一碰到就…, #3_g8ni5X  
  at the sound of 一听到什么的声音就… !`Kg&t [&V  
  -- I was glad at thought of getting somethingto eat. ?'f  
  -- I always love at the mention of ghoststory. pEcYfj3M  
  Practice n.组织或个人的惯例性的做法、办事方式 J2x}@p  
  -- It is now quite common practice formarried women not to take their husband’s second name. l+2NA4s  
  已婚女子不用跟丈夫姓在现在是常见的做法了。 !YGHJwW:  
  -- the practice of closing shops on Sunday MQw}R7  
  -- My practice to studying English is to readevery day. D%3$"4M7!  
  Habit n.个人的习惯、习性 zT)cg$8%fY  
  -- Early to bed and early to rise is a goodhabit. 早睡早起是个好习惯。 ,|yscp8  
  Custom n.社会的习惯、风俗 |0}Xb|+  
  -- the custom of giving present at Christmas FD E?O]^  
  -- Social custom vary greatly form country tocountry. 不同的国家有不同的社会习俗。 |Y}YhUI&  
  5、The sad truth isthat most of us have been brought up to eat certain foods and we stick to themall our lives. S{l)hwlE  
  That 引导表语从句, 说明 truth的内容。 IYq#|^)5+  
  bring up v.抚养, 教育, 培养(常用被动语态,表示自小到大) Z_bVCe{  
  -- Joe is born in England, but brought up in France. oS%(~])\  
  -- She was brought up to believe that moneyis the most/great important thing in life. b1#C,UWK  
  -- I’ve been broughtup to eat fish, just because my mother is fond of fishas well. QpQ2hNf  
  -- He has been brought up to eat fryingpotatoes just because his parents are fond of that. a"YVr'|  
  -- He gave much attention to bring up hischildren. Stick to = keep to = not give up stick to the decision / stick to theidea / stick to the plan /77cjesZ9  
  -- We decided to stick to our previous plan. Ek `bPQ5  
  -- I made my decision and I am going to stickto it. Insist on doing sth. = Persist in doing sth. 坚持做某事 p : z ][I  
  6、No creature hasreceived more praise and abuse than the common garden snail. 7)<Ib j<M  
  = The common garden snail often receives morepraise and abuse than other creature. 比较级表达高级: C@ q#s  
  -- Nobody is more beautiful than you. .^=I&X/P  
  -- He is more intelligent than anyone else inmy class. lbt8S.fx  
  7、Cooked in wine, snails are a great luxury in various parts of the world. fh)eL<I  
  cooked 过去分词做定语, 与snail 构成被动关系。 @ntwdv;  
  8、There are countlesspeople who, ever since their early years, have learned to associate snails with food. 6 L4\UT r  
  Countless(adj.无数的, 数不尽的)= numerous(adj.众多的, 许多的, 无数的) n[!QrEeR},  
  Associate sth with sth 把某物和某物联系在一起 RjviHd#DXn  
  9、My friend, Robert, lives in a country where snails aredespised. NX %1L! #  
  People there don’tconsider snails to be a great delicacy "Ua-7Q&A  
  10、As his flat is ina large town, he has no garden of his own. tik*[1it  
  Has no garden of his own 没有自己的庭院 ^GM3nx$  
  11、For years he hasbeen asking me to collect snails from my garden and take them to him. c3l(,5DtH  
  12、The idea neverappealed to me very much, but one day, after a heavy shower, I happened to bewalking in my garden when I noticed a huge number of snails taking a stroll onsome of my prize plants. 5 5.2UN  
  The idea never appealed to me very much. =The idea never interested me very much. `T+> E0H(f  
  happen to do 偶然, 碰巧 .?3ro Q  
  -- I happened to out when he called. 53aJnxX  
  -- We both happened to be traveling on thesame plane. happen / chance  \H>T[  
  -- It happened that I was out when he called.= It happened that I was out when he called. 46)[F0,$r  
  When 表示正在这时突然(常与过去进行时、过去完成时连用,位于句中) x7E] }h  
  -- He was having a bath when the telephonesuddenly rang. Eu&$Rq}  
  -- We were about to start when it rained.taking a stroll 现在分词做定语修饰 snail snails taking a stroll= snails that were taking a stroll Wf "$  
  13、Acting on a suddenimpulse, I collected several dozen, put them in a paper bag, and took them toRobert. T'7>4MT(  
  on a sudden impulse 一时的冲动 "4WnDd 5"  
  -- Acting on a sudden impulse, she went shopping to buy several dresses. 6P >Y2xV:  
  14、Robert wasdelighted to see me and equally pleased with my little gift. E<-W & a}  
  = Robert was not only delighted to see me butalso pleased with my little gift. [Uq`B &F:  
  Be delighted to do %fS1g Sf h  
  Be pleased with sth X1P1 $RdkR  
  15、I left the bag inthe hall and Robert and I went into the living room where we talked for acouple of hours. qh6b;ae\x  
  I had forgotten all about the snails whenRobert suddenly said that I must stay to dinner. Snails would, of course, be the main dish. 5|eX@?QF58  
  16、I did not fancythe idea and I reluctantly followed Robert out of the room. lU Zj  
  Fancy(vt.爱好)= like eSObOG/  
  Reluctant(adj.不愿意的, 勉强的)= unwillingly(adv.不愿意地, 不情愿地) Y1r'\@L w  
  To our dismay, we sawthat there were snails everywhere: they had escapedfrom the paper bag and had taken complete possession of the hall! Lct_6?  
  Dismay n.灰心, 沮丧; 惊愕 rMJ@oc  
  to our dismay 使我们惊愕的是 t*Ro2QZ  
  take possession of v.占有, 占领 SbX^DAlB1  
  -- The solider take possession of enemies’ fort.(fort n.堡垒, 要塞) cu?6\@cD  
  -- terrorist(n.恐怖分子) :9 (kU  
  embassy(n.大使馆人员, 大使馆) X4:84  
  -- The terrorists took possession of theembassy. mz1m^p)~{  
  17、I have never beenable to look at a snail since then.
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