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恭喜這個星期的每週金句得主是:12109 以及 12122。

他們寫的句子實在是太優秀了, 所以我不禁還是想起那句老話"我高中的時候,作文絕對沒有那麼好"。

各位同學如果想回味這些句子,可以參考閱讀計畫--第二週.

這週的閱讀功課如下:

一,填上書名以及閱讀的頁數。

       如: The Memory Keeper's Daughter (p.31-p.70)

二,選擇兩個精準的動詞,或形容的方式。

三,以這次寫作課的題目(Survival in an Isolated Island )為主,試著用這兩個動詞或形容的方式各造一個句子,每個句子至少要有12個字。

      OK. That's all for this week's reading work.

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  • 12109
  • Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

    P.29~P.498 of 498 pages(finished)

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    Comments about the book:

    This is the most amazing English novel I've ever read since getting into senior high!

    The plots were really appealing to me and the words used to describe the emotions of the characters were very accurate.

    I strongly recommend you Twilight, a mixture of fantasy, pure love, suspension and a little humor.

    ---------------------------

    1.Blood boiled under my skin,burned in my lips.

    2.In a very human gesture, he put his arms around me and pressed his face against my hair.

    ---------------------------

    1. Finding myself being abandoned at an isolate island, I felt my blood boiling under my skin and burning in my fast-beating heart.

    2. While looking for some edible wild herbs, I pressed my face near the groud and serched in the vegitation carefully lest I pick up the toxic ones and poison myself to death.
  • 12113
  • Tales of a fourth grade Nothing P1~p18


    1.I thought Mr.Yarby had a lot of nerve to hint that we had no manners.

    2.He sucks four fingers on his left hand and makes a slurping noise

    -----------------

    1.On the isolated island without rescue,I had a lot of nerve to wonder that wht I should do next.

    2.Somthing or someone made a slurping noise from the bush nearby,I tried to stay calm rather than scream out.
  • 12118
  • Matilda by Roald Dahl by Puffin Modern Classics
    From page 16 to 23 of 232 pages

    1. And all of a sudden, the answer hits me.
    2. Mrs. Wormwood sat munching her meal with her eyes glued to the American soap-opera on the screen.
    ----------
    1. All of a sudden, the idea how to call for help and escape from the island hit me.
    2. At dark night, I lied peacefully on the beach with my eyes glued to the magnificent stars sky.
  • 12121
  • The Curious Case if Benjamin Button
    by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    p.10~34 of 34 pages (finished)

    1)
    A full moon drenched the road to the lusterless color of platinum, and late-blooming harvest flowers breathed into the motionless air aromas that were like low, half-heard laughter.

    2)
    Benjamin jumped to his feet fairly quivering with enthusiasm.



    1)
    The early-morning mist drenched the island, just like the so-called name of beauty, Formosa.

    2)
    Quivering with cold and loneliness, I had no idea what to do next.



    P.S.
    Rather than reading this novel, I would reconmend you to see the movie.
    Through the book, it's just a story, but after watching it by your eye, you'll get more than in the book.

  • 12126
  • Digital Fortress
    By Dan Brown

    Page 53~86 of 430

    1. Strathmore was a brilliant cryptographic programmer, but his repertoire was limited primarily to algorithmic work.

    2. It appeared, as usual, that he had found favor with the shichifukujin-the seventh deities of good luck.

    ---------------

    1. The purpose of the six-gallon bottled water should not be limited primarily to thrist relieving, for those bottles actually have their own use.

    2. If I should find favor with the God of the Ocean Ma-zu, maybe rescue will come in a week or two before I run out of the limited resourse I have.


    p.s. "Matilda" was also filmed many years ago.
  • 12130
  • I, robot
    by Isaac Asimov
    Page 58~104

    1. fetch

    2. You must catch the rabbit before you can cook rabbit stew!

    (1)We need six gallon of water, or we have to work a mile to fetch water.

    (2)Knife and torch are necessary, because you must catch the rabbit before you can cook rabbit strew!
  • 121 27
  • Jim The Boy
    by Tony Earley
    p.21-34(230 in total)
    1.rummage
    Rummage around in your luggage so that you won't miss any thing that could help you survive.
    2.ink out
    If you are wounded,put a piece of your clothes on your wound,apply some pressure and let the blood ink out.
  • MOMO
  • Chasing Harry Winston

    Lauren Weisberger
    P.15-29

    1.
    Leigh and Adriana exchanged glances then looked at Emmy, who was completely <<absorbed>> in removing a cuticle in an apparent effort not to cry.

    2.
    The girl's age, her cheerleading, even her oh-so-adorable name might have been infuriating, but they weren't intolerable; the fact that she, too, <<yearned to be a mom as soon as humanly possible>> was the real clincher.

    ---------------------------------------


    1. When the Madagascarer is completely absorbed in calling her powerful ancestors' spirit, the whole island is covered in a heart-freezing atmosphere produced by mysterious VOODOO.

    NOTE: the Madagascarer is a member of our team, the aboriginal came from Madagasca.


    2. After seeing Madagascarer's astonishing VOODOO practice, the habitant of the isolated island is incurably fascinated by her and yet <<yearn to learn the incredible skills as soon as human possible>> so that they can progress their village into a higher-developed civilization.



    CHEER FOR FANNY!!
  • 12124
  • 阿0.0
    名字格式錯了
    momo=12124
  • 12103
  • In The Shadow Of The Mountain
    By Helen Naylor
    p.28-34 of 96 pages

    1. They can smell the spring.
    (They = sheeps resting on the grass)

    2. explore

    ---

    1. When we approached the jungle in the isolated island, the landscape was awe-inspiring as if we could smell the wilds.

    2. With the torch, we can explore the whole island and get what we want to survive for few days.
  • MOMO
  • 老師
    可不可以po一些比較有趣的文章啊??
    譬如說八卦之類的......

    噗噗噗
    ----------------我是分隔線------------------------------------------

    肉包TREASURE, ARE YOU MISSING ME NOW??
    WELL, I DO!!
    KISS*99999
    M~~~~ah
  • 12122
  • Matilda p.1-p.65

    1.At the age of four, she could read fast and well and she naturally began hankering after books.

    2.But the fact remained that any five-year-old girl in any family was always obliged to do as she was told, however asinine the orders might be.


    1)Being stranded on the islet, I began hankering the urban life I used to have before aboarding the ship.

    2)Having no other companions on the isolated island, I was obliged to live on my own.
  • 12112
  • The Witches
    p.118~p.208(finished)
    1.I snatched the sandwich out of his paw and threw it away.
    2.She froze and became absolutely motionless.
    --------------------
    1.When I saw a monkey grabbing some bananas in its hand, I tried to snatch the fruits from it with all my heart.
    2.Finding no one survived from the terrible accident except me, I froze immediately with enormous terror in my mind.


  • 12106
  • The Thirteenth Tale
    p.4-p22
    1)I set off on a wander, marking the territory of my new freedom.
    2)The wolf huff and puff all he liked;I would be as safe as in a fortress.

    1. After landing the isolated island, I set off on a wander to look around.

    2.perceiving something is appoarching, I start to huff and puff because of the nervousness.
  • 12120
  • The Reader(p.1-p.7)
    1. As the old year darkened and turned colder, I got weaker and weaker.
    2. I woke up every morning with a dry mouth and the sensation that insides were in the wrong place and too heavy for my body.
    1. As the weather darkened and turned colder, I had better find a safe refuge in this isolate island.
    2. In the time I have been isolated on the island, I thought my sensation that insides were in the wrong place and too heavy for my body. I can not believe this is truth.

  • 12107
  • The Reader
    By Bernhard Schlink

    -Her hand-writing never became fluid, but it acquired something of the severe beauty that characterizes the writing of old people who have written little in their lives.

    -Allied photographs and the testimony of survivors flashed on the mind again and again, until they froze into cliches.

    (1)Though the island was quite desolate, it still acquired something of the severe beauty that characterizes the original landscape of nature.

    (2)The image of the beasts flashed on my mind again and again, and they finally froze into cliches as the weariness swept over my body.
  •  12104
  • Revolutionary Road
    {P.1~ P.8}

    1.Their own homes misplaced as many bright new toys that had been left outdoors overnight and rained on.

    2.The curtain went up and the wall was still shaking with the impact of a stagehand's last-minute escape.



    1.Everything I brought to the isolated was put on the ground, and looked like bright new toys that had been left outdoors overnight.


    2.I held the torch to shine the dark forest; it still remained the impact of a wild animal's last-minute escape.
  • 12117
  • Ark Angle
    p1~p243

    1. illuminate
    -- A fire was made not only to warm myself up but also illuminate my camp side.

    2. drench
    -- Suddenly, the rain fall like pouring which drenched my clothes and mind.