Lesson 3 The Sea World Lesson 3 The Sea World. crab dolphin polar bear penguin whale seal shark fish Which of these animals can you see in the pictures?
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<p>Lesson 3 The Sea World Lesson 3 The Sea World crab dolphin polar bear penguin whale seal shark fish Which of these animals can you see in the pictures? crab dolphin penguinshark whale 1.fish which use a light to attract food Virtual Reality Voyage Read the brochure. Find where you can see these things in Underwater World: 2. dolphins in performance Sea Theatre 3. fish that appear to fly in the water Ocean Floor 4. sea creatures that children can touch Discovery Pool 5. a big iceberg Polar World starfish tropical fish rays shark squids seal penguins polar bear crabs dolphin 1. How do they stop it from melting? It was great but I felt quite cold after a while. Polar World Match these comments from visitors to the different areas of the Underwater World. 2. On the one hand, we loved most of the attractions, especially the one for the children. On the other hand, I didnt think that the cafe was as good as it should be. Discovery Pool 3. I learned a lot. I mean, I didnt know that a fish could be noisy! However, I thought some of the other effects were less realistic. Virtual Reality Voyage You can use the following sentence structures such as 1. Would rather than 2. Prefer to 3. Better than 4. The most 5. Less than You can use the following sentence structures such as 1. Would rather than 2. Prefer to 3. Better than 4. The most 5. Less than Which part of Undersea World would you like to visit? Why? 1. Physically strong. 2. From or in another country especially a tropical one. 3. A thin flat part of fish, used for swimming and keeping balance. athletic exotic fin Vocabulary Find the words in the text that match the following sentences. 4. Perform difficult acts or movements with the body. 5. Good at learning, understanding and thinking about things. 6. Very impressive. 7. Appear to exist by the use of computer virtual. acrobatic intelligent spectacular virtual 1. There are spectacular shows every two hours. every: The bus go every 10 minutes. 10 We had to stop every few miles. Language points 2. Watch rays flying through the water. watch Zhang Heng liked watching the stars in the sky as a child. Watch what I do, then you try. , We watched to see what would happen next. Watch out! Theres a car coming. watch out! 1. The toadfish is as big as your stereo. 2. Look carefully for the tiniest fish in the world. 3. They are less colorful than some other fish. 4. It is not as big as a housefly. a. to say that two people, things or activities are similar or equal a b. To say that something is unique b c. to say that two people, things or activities are not equal c c Match the underlined structures (1- 4) with the uses (a, b, c) Grammar 1. as + + as Tom is as tall as Jack. She could do as well as a man. 2. < not (so) + + as She is not so careful as you. I did not do my homework so carefully as you. 3. > + than This room is bigger than that one. 4. the + , the + The more you eat, the fatter you will be. The busier the old man, the happier he feels. The more you study, the more you know. 5. asas + than This kind of plane flies twice as fast as that kind. Our classroom is three times larger than yours. Exercise -- Is your headache getting _____? -- No, its worse. A. better B. bad C. less D. well A 2. Americans eat ____ vegetables per person today as they did in A. more than twice B. as twice as many C. twice as many as D. more than twice as many D 3. In recent years travel companies have succeeded in selling us the idea that the further we go, _____. A. our holiday will be better B. our holiday will be the better C. the better our holiday will be D. the better will our holiday be C 4. Greenland, ____island in the world, covers over two million square kilometers. A. it is the largest B. that is the largest C. is the largest D. the largest D 5. After the new technique was introduced, the factory produced ___ cars in 2002 as the year before. A. As many twice B. as twice many C. twice many as D. twice as many D 6. This year they have produced ___ grain ___ they did last year. A. as less; as B. as few; as C. less; than D. fewer; than C 7. Of the two shirts, Id better choose ____one. A. the less expensive B. most expensive C. less expensive D. the most expensive A 1. A large sea fish with teeth that are as sharp as knives. And a point fin on its back. It is smaller than a whale. There are several types of the fish, some of which can attack people swimming are called the deadliest killer. sharks Guess what the animal is 2. The sea creature has no bone, its body is softer and longer than a child. It has as many as ten short arms around its mouth. It is more delicious than lots of sea food, so mote common than other fish in market. squid Homework decide which one expresses the similar meaning with the sentence below (a, b, c). write the adjectives in the correct form. Exercise 6 Exercise 7 write sentences comparing the pictures, use these adjectives. complete the text with the correct forms of the words in brackets. Exercise 8 Exercise 9</p>
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World Geo 3200/3202 November 2010. Introduction In this lesson you will: 1.5.2 Define the terms sea cave, sea arch, and stack. (k) 1.5.3 Explain how sea