By Pan Xijing. Do you mind if I … ? Would you mind if I did ? I wonder if I could … ? Can / May / Could I … ? Does / Would it bother you if I … ?

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>By Pan Xijing Slide 2 Do you mind if I ? Would you mind if I did ? I wonder if I could ? Can / May / Could I ? Does / Would it bother you if I ? Slide 3 Do you mind if I ? Would you mind if I did ? I wonder if I could ? Can / May / Could I ? Does / Would it bother you if I ? Slide 4 Do you mind if I ? Would you mind if I did ? I wonder if I could ? Can / May / Could I ? Does / Would it bother you if I ? Certainly Sure, go ahead. No, not at all. not. Of course Yes, please do. Slide 5 Do you mind if I ? Would you mind if I did ? I wonder if I could ? Can / May / Could I ? Does / Would it bother you if I ? Im sorry, but Youd better No, please dont. Im afraid. . not. Slide 6 Wet Paint! Hands Off! Slide 7 Slide 8 illnesses a waste of money air pollution secondhand smoke fires dirty environment Slide 9 Slide 10 Chinese Population smokers male smokers 38% 89% Slide 11 on one handon the other hand government receive money / sales 24 billion yuan, 1989 28 billion yuan, 1989 illnessesfires smoke in bed advantage disadvantages Slide 12 on one handon the other hand government receive money / sales 24 billion yuan, 1989 28 billion yuan, 1989 illnessesfires smoke in bed advantage disadvantages 24 28 Slide 13 on one handon the other hand government receive money / sales 24 billion yuan, 1989 28 billion yuan, 1989 illnessesfires smoke in bed advantage disadvantages advantage overweight 24 28 Slide 14 British Population smokers 17 million &lt; 1/3 58 million 16---19 age group boys: girls: 28% 32% 20---24 age group men: women: 38% 39% Slide 15 Slide 16 If you were the boss of a tobacco company, what would you do to remain in business? Slide 17 Why do smokers continue to smoke? 1---2hsenjoy, relax, 2hs laterbad, uncomfortable go without smoking a new supply of NICOTINE Slide 18 Slide 19 38% of the Chinese population smoke. 70% of the water on the earth is salty. One smoker in four / One out of four dies from smoking. Three students in four / Three out of four are League members. Slide 20 One third of the worlds cigarettes are produced in China. Seven tenths of the water on the earth is salty. Slide 21 One third of the worlds cigarettes are produced in China. Seven tenths of the water on the earth is salty. three fourths / three quarters Slide 22 One third of the worlds cigarettes are produced in China. Seven tenths of the water on the earth is salty. a / one half Slide 23 One third of the worlds cigarettes are produced in China. Seven tenths of the water on the earth is salty. a / one quarter Slide 24 chance There is a chance that our Chinese athletes will get more gold medals than last Olympic Games. The chance is that all the graduates from No.1 High School can go to colleges and universities. Slide 25 compare with / to... Readers compare books to food. men smokers women smokers More men smoke in China, compared with / to women. Slide 26 remain Though Walt Disney has been dead for scores of years, his Mickey Mouse remains alive in many peoples heart. adj. n. -ed prepositional phrase Peter became a news reporter but John remained a woodcutter. Slide 27 It was very late, but the old man was still deep in thought. He was still absorbed in his work. = He remained absorbed in his work. = , but the old man remained deep in thought. Slide 28 -ed participle --- attribute illnesses caused by smoking = illnesses which / that are caused by smoking nicotine contained in tobacco characters drawn by Walt fallen leavesa retired worker Slide 29 predicative clause The surprise was that Annie was going to marry a young foreigner. Maybe it was because she loved his money. The problem was whether they could understand each other or not. what / when / where / why / how / because / whether Slide 30 go without One can not go without food and water. If the main speaker was absent, the conference would not go without him. Slide 31 </p>

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