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L 10 - Intermediate Rader of Modern Chinese Lesson 10...

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Intermediate Rader of Modern Chinese Lesson 10 Sentence Patterns
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e ..... e ( · ) to evoke the interest (sympathy, attention) of 1. someone 2. someone toward ( e ) something or 3. someone doing something ;A = e e e e
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e ..... e ( · ) to evoke the interest (sympathy, attention) of 1. someone 2. someone toward ( e ) something or 3. someone doing something This textbook is both childish and full of the authors preconception. How can such boring materials evoke students’ interest to learn ? e e e e e e e e e
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e ..... e ( ? · ) to evoke the interest (sympathy, attention) of 1. someone 2. someone toward ( e ) something or 3. someone doing something I don’t agree with you. In my opinion, as long as the teaching materials can evoke students’ attention to(ward) social issues, they can evoke their interest to learn. ? ? ? e e e e ? e e e ?
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e = e (in this lesson) Although I understand that this author wants to express her ideas about (toward) feminism in this book, I feel that she doesn’t have to view every man as a male chauvinist.
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