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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。6 o' W: V6 H# h% U7 M+ R. G/ A
  What was it about snails that made the writer collect them for his friend on that day in particular?8 ~' J0 R2 u; l3 X" Y* I  s
  1、People become quite illogical when they try to decide what can be eaten and what cannot be eaten.
3 C/ a/ X3 n! v- D  come to 涉及, 谈及(常和 when 连用) When it come to sth When it come to doing sth
! X# c( o; x8 v8 F9 r2 n  -- When it comes to politics I know nothing. 谈到政治, 我一无所知。
+ W' Y7 x/ ~+ J# T2 m! \  -- He never complains when it comes to helping 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。- Q. Q4 \$ P3 E9 M/ T# l
  2、If you lived in the Mediterranean, for instance, you would consider octopus a great delicacy.
! o" x* J; ?1 X5 P  for instance = for example adv.例如3 m& E! N9 e1 b) D, c
  consider sth (to be) sth1 Y" U; ~. Y% s$ d! ]* ?
  3、You would not be able to understand why some people find it repulsive.
% {6 _6 Z' L  t, O- Y  4、On the other hand, your stomach would turn at the idea of frying potatoes in animal Fat-- --the normally accepted practice in many northern countries./ D% i* g/ U* _6 [& R: r" i
  On the other hand 在另一方面(转折连词)2 `+ Y, ]6 k+ K% Z/ s+ d
  一些 at 介词短语表示:当…就… 一…就…) _# o# ~6 a$ [6 u4 W5 ?
  at the idea of = at the thought of 一想到就…) t' `8 ]: _' O* G! Y- ?
  at the sight of 一看到就…,$ Q* K( f  }: D6 D8 {# C
  at the mention of 一提到就…,
$ W, b/ ^。 I3 e# g# P$ z  at the news of 一听到什么的消息就4 R2 ]. A0 F. T) g& d" ^
  at the touch of 一碰到就…,
1 _2 P# x! ~1 D6 J% }2 u8 p  at the sound of 一听到什么的声音就…& v) I; X' M4 A) x" ~& i
  -- I was glad at thought of getting something to eat.
; b8 e# [. }) T% R* i4 W8 j  -- I always love at the mention of ghost story.
3 m8 }! E2 ]! C" y/ k! c  Practice n.组织或个人的惯例性的做法、办事方式
3 {8 ~3 D# l2 f  -- It is now quite common practice for married women not to take their husband’s second name.
, U& h7 |' _& R4 w  已婚女子不用跟丈夫姓在现在是常见的做法了。0 {* P5 E% p9 R: u
  -- the practice of closing shops on Sunday
' h6 F) ]: B1 e6 f5 r  -- My practice to studying English is to read every day.- |' f% l- q7 @, l: y' ^
  Habit n.个人的习惯、习性
0 M* [1 U) S3 d  u& Y& B; n  -- Early to bed and early to rise is a good habit. 早睡早起是个好习惯。. D2 O9 y( l$ Y9 B( a
  Custom n.社会的习惯、风俗
, }  {0 S/ e3 n* ?( e) W3 j  -- the custom of giving present at Christmas, E; K5 X6 i$ Q! n2 O2 }. c0 p
  -- Social custom vary greatly form country to country. 不同的国家有不同的社会习俗。  O7 S3 @& t3 A
  5、The sad truth is that most of us have been brought up to eat certain foods and we stick to them all our lives.. \( \2 d8 h3 w" g& ?& ~0 ~
  That 引导表语从句, 说明 truth 的内容。
' |2 b; n# e, `) T7 x$ A' h' |  bring up v.抚养, 教育, 培养(常用被动语态, 表示自小到大)
+ R$ D0 G, k% M0 N/ C  -- Joe is born in England, but brought up in France.- Y9 s. U7 b# }5 G; o
  -- She was brought up to believe that money is the most/great important thing in life.9 `8 E& {( D. s% f
  -- I’ve been brought up to eat fish, just because my mother is fond of fish as well.) U- L- k" O8 [9 {$ t
  -- He has been brought up to eat frying potatoes just because his parents are fond of that.
' X8 V3 X/ v2 C  S8 T- }, R% V  -- He gave much attention to bring up his children. Stick to = keep to = not give up stick to the decision / stick to the idea / stick to the plan
8 Q( x$ s; t9 z* A  -- We decided to stick to our previous plan.
# S) R4 C9 ~: K  -- I made my decision and I am going to stick to it. Insist on doing sth. = Persist in doing sth. 坚持做某事% X8 r9 G5 s* k$ o1 g- t- ^( |
  6、No creature has received more praise and abuse than the common garden snail.
$ L! q) H1 K% w  = The common garden snail often receives more praise and abuse than other creature. 比较级表达高级:* S+ b- a1 ?4 J
  -- Nobody is more beautiful than you.
% K2 G% p) C" e, j  -- He is more intelligent than anyone else in my class.4 B: Q7 Z) `) \8 ^1 s8 r7 b2 ~; [' N8 w
  7、Cooked in wine, snails are a great luxury in various parts of the world.
& L5 y4 E2 S/ o( h7 p9 ^  cooked 过去分词做定语, 与 snail 构成被动关系。! K. S5 t$ ]0 S
  8、There are countless people who, ever since their early years, have learned to associate snails with food.
: P4 X) Y; K8 K/ S  Countless(adj.无数的, 数不尽的)= numerous(adj.众多的, 许多的, 无数的)9 B% _. ~) O3 L- D2 E
  Associate sth with sth 把某物和某物联系在一起
$ [/ ]9 t4 w  y9 p/ s, M: R' o  9、My friend, Robert, lives in a country where snails are despised.0 K$ `3 N( o& c9 v8 r  }
  People there don’t consider snails to be a great delicacy
7 p2 P% |0 x$ F3 B  10、As his flat is in a large town, he has no garden of his own.. I  n, t% _: V0 C# V; @; Q
  Has no garden of his own 没有自己的庭院
0 y0 N: p+ x5 s8 i; x3 w: l1 u) ]  11、For years he has been asking me to collect snails from my garden and take them to him.  Z. d/ A% p# i4 Y6 f
  12、The idea never appealed to me very much, but one day, after a heavy shower, I happened to be walking in my garden when I noticed a huge number of snails taking a stroll on some of my prize plants.
。 X" e3 U( F1 T- f4 Z: R& T) }0 M" }  The idea never appealed to me very much. = The idea never interested me very much.
+ [5 z- a$ Q- U# X& }, k  u# J  happen to do 偶然, 碰巧
6 ?* B0 o。 K。 f/ s& K9 W' Q  -- I happened to out when he called.0 v5 ]- _* c: V$ W
  -- We both happened to be traveling on the same plane. happen / chance  b; S9 \1 K* O, ]+ [) {: ~# l
  -- It happened that I was out when he called. = It happened that I was out when he called.
- @  e5 A" O: p6 j" D* U  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)
& ?- K# Q' i, ^  -- He was having a bath when the telephone suddenly rang.
% O6 `! ^# v+ F) j  -- 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
( M8 ~; s- B; V2 W: ^' ?$ K  13、Acting on a sudden impulse, I collected several dozen, put them in a paper bag, and took them to Robert.
( |3 ?* {4 W- S% M( H7 ?  on a sudden impulse 一时的冲动
0 c' H. l5 d0 k7 h1 m. |8 r  -- Acting on a sudden impulse, she went shopping to buy several dresses.
( o' s2 u) q0 M& X7 t4 f2 Y0 ]$ N  14、Robert was delighted to see me and equally pleased with my little gift.0 Y% w1 d/ \! C. l+ w; d" @2 B
  = Robert was not only delighted to see me but also pleased with my little gift.
; }% `/ t0 @/ Q  Be delighted to do
0 `7 v6 e& f% C- |( G9 \0 D4 s  Be pleased with sth
8 x4 G* a& V( [6 y! _。 C2 _  15、I left the bag in the hall and Robert and I went into the living room where we talked for a couple of hours.
) u" i( l+ U5 y7 q5 X8 E, d5 m  I had forgotten all about the snails when Robert suddenly said that I must stay to dinner. Snails would, of course, be the main dish., L8 A. V. ~) Q0 c' X
  16、I did not fancy the idea and I reluctantly followed Robert out of the room.
8 S; P7 A) S/ D  Fancy(vt.爱好)= like
5 w9 w' e7 i" {; ^) G1 O  Reluctant(adj.不愿意的, 勉强的)= unwillingly(adv.不愿意地, 不情愿地)
0 d# M9 j5 _5 u  To our dismay, we saw that there were snails everywhere: they had escaped from the paper bag and had taken complete possession of the hall!' Q; p0 t' e0 S3 W4 F2 J4 `
  Dismay n.灰心, 沮丧; 惊愕4 a+ a4 \3 M6 w
  to our dismay 使我们惊愕的是
( ]# |( s, R5 K, a- a0 G& ~  take possession of v.占有, 占领# a6 m! x  h; Y& w
  -- The solider take possession of enemies’ fort.(fort n.堡垒, 要塞)
4 l" w. y/ g; b9 M$ K  -- terrorist(n.恐怖分子)
: G8 H) q" F+ s& B5 I" ^  embassy(n.大使馆人员, 大使馆)$ k0 x2 u5 O" _* ]/ m# q5 M" m
  -- The terrorists took possession of the embassy.8 W8 ~. j+ m* x
  17、I have never been able to look at a snail since then.) d/ A- w8 B" \5 V- i. ^$ d) X* X
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