Unit 7 Feeling
Useful Words And Expressions
1.emotional intelligence= EQ也就是 Emotional Quotient情感智商
Traditional education only focuses on students' intelligence, but neglects to cultivate their emotional quotient.
Children with very low or high IQs often have problems at school.
IQ is just one measure of intelligence.
3.share with 分享 共享
I share a house with four other people.
4.figure sth or sb out短语动词意思是弄懂 弄明白 想出
Can you figure out the answer to question 5?
5. bother ['bɔðə]
vt. 努力 、尽力或者费心
v. take the trouble to do something; concern oneself ; cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations; to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
He hasn't even bothered to write.
You could have phoned us but you just didn't bother.
Oh, OK. Sorry to bother you.
I've never opened up to anyone like I do to you.
We have seen how China has opened up to the world.
7. counselor ['kaunsələ]
n. someone who gives advice about problems；someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp；a lawyer who pleads cases in court
But in most schools the counselor deals with lots of school issues as well as personal ones.
The counselor gave us some disinterested advice.
8.undivided attention=complete attention 全部的注意力
If you just wait till I've finished this bit of work, I will give well you will have my undivided attention.
Plan your time so that you can give each task its due undivided attention.
9. maintain eye contact with保持目光的接触
He's very shy and never maintains eye contact with others.
If you're telling the truth, why are you avoiding eye contact with me.
Unit 8 Staying Healthy
Useful Words And Expressions
both physical and mental health身心健康
Physical health is equally important as well as mental health.
To keep physically health, first of all we should have a balanced diet.
Laughing is good for your mental health.
2. a balanced diet均衡饮食
eat a healthy balanced diet合理饮食
maintain a healthy balanced diet保持健康均衡的饮食
a healthy balanced diet guide一个健康均衡的饮食指南
常见的 junk food
Kentucky Fried Chicken 肯德基
4. achieve [ə'tʃi:v]
v. to gain with effort; to succeed in doing sth
The government's training policy he claimed was achieving its objectives.
She finally achieved her ambition to visit South America.
I have been working all day but I feel as if I have achieved nothing.
5. positive ['pɔzətiv]
adj. good or useful; hopeful or optimistic; completely certain or sure that something is correct or true
On a more positive note, we are seeing signs that the housing market is picking up.
The past ten years have seen some very positive developments in East-West relations.
There is a very positive response to our new design people seem very pleased with it.
6. negative ['neɡətiv]
adj.expressing refusal to do something; haracterized by the absence of distinguishing or marked qualities or features; lacking positive attributes
We received a negative answer to our request.
The metaphors of darkness are overwhelmingly negative: danger, decay, and death.
7. optimistic [,ɔpti'mistik]
adj. expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds; expecting the best
adj . affirmative
She is very optimistic about her chances of winning a gold medal.
He is optimistic, the fill ideal youth.
Right. We should have an optimistic view of life.