pos→put："放" expose (ex<外面>expose 放在外面→暴露)； impose (im<里面>→強加)；depose(……)
l content contend consent bear dear fear gear hear near pear rear tear wear year
wild [waild] a.野生的,野性的(living in a natural state, not controlled by humans)
[聯想] →(同)feral(a.兇猛的); barbarous(a.野蠻的)
(反)tame (a.馴服的); domestic(a.家養的)
[經典用法]wild wind 強風，wild guess 瞎猜，wild times 亂世
seat [si:t] n.座位; vt.使座下(a place to sit ；to let somebody sit down.)
[經典用法聯想] →① have a seat/take a seat 就座
→②be seated/seat oneself/坐下
這里seat 是及物動詞,聯想→enjoy oneself 玩得開心:
dress oneself 給……穿衣
Pound(敲打)；pour（潑）；drop, chop, torpedo; sip(吮吸)……
fly; flow; flash（閃光）flame（火焰）；flow（流動）；flood（洪水）；flu（流感）；float（漂浮），fluid（流動性）；flush（沖洗）
l Do you like music? What do you think of Madonna and Michael Jackson?
l What's the relation between the sports field and the battlefield?
l What do you think of the difference between the white-collar workers(白領工人)and blue-collar workers(藍領工人)？
l What do you think of the saying "Wealthy man tends to be bad while a bad woman tends to be wealth"?
l Money can buy everything that you want.
l There's no true and pure friendship between man and woman.
l Capital punishment should be abolished.
l Health is wealth.
l Computer will control the human being.
l 突擊提高聽力的誤區 solution→
I like music.
I am fond of music.
I am crazy about music.
I take great interest in music.
Music exerts tremendous fascination on me.
Nothing can be compared, he maintains, with the first cockcrow, the twittering of birds at dawn, the sight of the rising sun glinting on the trees and pastures. NCE BOOK Ⅲ
Few things could be more impressive than the peace that descends on deserted city streets at weekends when the thousands that travel to work every day are tucked away in their homes in the country. NCE BOOK Ⅲ
1. 一冊（First Things First）：學習英語的敲門磚。經典示例：
ASSISTANT: Do you like this dress, madam?
LADY: I like the colour very much.
It's a lovely dress, but it's too small for me.
ASSISTANT: What about this one?
It's a lovely dress.
It's very smart.
Short skirts are in fashion now.
Would you like to try it？
2. 二冊（Practice and Progress）:構建英語的基石。
l No one could account for the fact that one of the boxes was extremely heavy. It suddenly occurred to one of the workers to open up the box. He was astonished at what he found.
Lesson 68 Persistent
I crossed the street to avoid meeting him, but he saw me and came running towards me . it was no use pretending that I had not seen him, so I waved to him. I never enjoy meeting Nigel Dykes. He never has anything to do. No matter how busy you are, he always insists on coming with you. I had to think of a way of preventing him from following me around all morning.
'Hello. Nigel.' I said. 'Fancy meeting you here?'
'Hi. Elizabeth.' Nigel answered. 'I was just wondering how to spend the morning---until I saw you. You're not busy doing anything, are you?'
'No, not at all.' I answered. 'I'm going to …'
'Would you mind my coming with you?' he asked, before I had finished speaking. 'Not at all,' I lied, 'but I'm going to the dentist.'
'Then I'll come with you.' He answered. 'There's always plenty to read in the waiting room!'
3. 三冊（Developing Skills）：掌握英語的關鍵。
Lesson 26 Wanted: A Large Biscuit Tin
No one can avoid being influenced by advertisements. Much as we may pride ourselves on our good taste, we are no longer free to choose the things we want, for advertising exerts a subtle influence on us. In their efforts to persuade us to buy this or that product, advertisers have made a close study of human nature and have classified all our little weaknesses.
Lesson 60 Too Early And Too Late
Punctuality is a necessary habit in all public affairs in civilized society. Without it, nothing could ever be brought to a conclusion; everything would be in a state of chaos. Only in a sparsely populated rural community is it possible to disregard it. In ordinary living, there can be some tolerance of unpunctuality.
4. 四冊（Fluency in English）：體味英語的精髓。
A man without an education, many of us believe, is an unfortunate victim of adverse circumstances deprived of one of the greatest twentieth-twentieth-century opportunities. (Lesson 41)
It is no use doing what you like; you have got to like what you do. Broadly speaking, human beings may be divided into three classes: those who are toiled to death, those who are worried to death, and those who are bored to death. (Lesson 58)
The only arguable plea for capital punishment is the right of society to retribution in this world with the prospect of life in another, but since what used to seem to the great majority of civilized humanity the assurance of another life beyond the grave has come to seem to more and more people less certain, a feeling for the value of human life has become deeper and more widespread.
4. 課文：→3R：Recite; Retell；Review