Section A. The Expensive Fantasy of Lord Williams
《读写教程 III》: Ex. II, p. 9
1. Because this is a title bought with stolen money. The guy’s real name is Anthony Williams.
2. It’s small, with a population of only 320.
3. No. He looks like a Scottish noble, soft-spoken and wealthy.
4. The truth is that the man with endless money and a friendly manner was not a lord at all but a government employee living out a fantasy that he was a Scottish noble and paying for it by stealing funds from Scottish Yard.
5. He stole more than eight million pounds over eight years and poured about five million pounds into the village.
6. Most of the stolen money was supposed to be used to pay spies and conduct secret activities against the Irish Republican Army.
7. He used the money to buy an estate, a beautiful home, and
a dozen noble titles. But most of all, he sunk his dishonest gains into the village, buying multiple cottages, a pu
b and a run-down hotel and turning them into very good-looking places.
8. His bank deposits were so large that they were noticed by the bank’s management. The bank then notified the police, who discovered that the criminal was one of their own.
9. Because in the eyes of some villagers Williams is a helper, pouring most of his stolen money into the village and giving jobs to 43 people.
10. He said in an interview after he was arrested: “I discovered this bloody huge amount of money. I went from the need to pay off a few debts to what can only be described as
greed. There is no way to justify it.”
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅲ, p. 9
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅳ, p. 10
1. To his embarrassment he discovered
2. like that
3. strike deals with
4. live it out
5. falls upon dark days
6. nothing but
7. captured the heart of the little boy with
8. raise a glass to
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅴ, p. 10
《读写教程 III》: Ex. VI, p. 11
1. well-advised (明智的)
2. narrow-minded (心胸狭窄的)
3. wide-eyed (眼睛睁大的)
4. soft-spoken (说话温和的)
5. big-headed (妄自尊大的)
6. single-minded (专心致志的)
7. well-meant (用意良好的)
8. quick-tempered (易怒的)
《读写教程 III》: Ex. VII, p. 11
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. VIII, p. 12
1. Well-meant as it was, the decision spoiled the peace talk in the Middle East.
2. Hard as he tried, he failed to deceive the police
commissioner in London in the end.
3. Poor as he was, she gave up the idea to marry him.
4. Friendly as he may seem, I won’t regard him as considerate.
5. Suspicious as she was of him, she never came to the idea that the wealthy, soft-spoken, well-mannered man was a criminal.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅸ., p. 12
1. Now (that) you have studied the above models and understood the meaning and usage of the expression “now that”, you know how to do the following exercises.
2. Now (that) I’ve heard the music, I underst and why you like it.
3. Now that the hotel is beautifully restored, many travelers like to stay in it.
4. Now that the criminal turned out to be one of their own, the London police commissioner publicly apologized for poorly supervising his department.
5. Now that you have got an MA degree, you are qualified for
a PhD program.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅹ, p. 13
1. My thanks go to those who still stuck by me when I fell upon dark days.
2. Now that he has published a popular novel which earns him
a large amount of money, he is able to buy a new house and a car.
3. The police said that their suspicions were aroused because the girl had other marks on her body.
4. How can you talk to her like that? She is the one who brought you up and helped you finish school.
5. Hard as the road for these students after school will be,
their prospects are bright.
6. In order to have enough money to run the business, he sold his newly-bought house at auction even at a substantial loss.
7. He is fully justified in criticizing the police commissioner for poorly supervising his department.
8. These ancient buildings which are under protection have been restored beautifully to attract foreigners.
《读写教程 III》: Ex. XI, p. 13
7. 但最主要的, 阿布迪先生通过获取银行贷款和与不同的人做
Section B. The Romantic Life of Secret Agent Albert
XVI. Choose the best answer to each of the following questions 1. D 2. A 3. C 4. A 5. D 6. B 7. C 8. D
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. XVII, p. 26
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. XVIII, p. 26
2. for for
5. At; towards
7. behind; on/off
Section A. Iron and the Effects of Exercise
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅱ, p. 38
1. The new study suggests that even moderate exercise may lead
to reduced iron in the blood of women.
2. She is an associate professor at Purdue University.
3. She may consume additional meat or take iron supplements.
4. Because they have a monthly bleeding.
5. Through a variety of mechanisms. For example, some iron is lost in sweat, and intense endurance exercise is sometimes associated with the bleeding of the digestive system.
7. You are in trouble. Your iron reserves go to zero and you may feel weak, tired and out of breath.
8. People are advised to have a yearly blood test to check blood iron reserves.
9. They are meat, chicken, fish, dates, beans, and some leafy green vegetables.
10. He should avoid drinking coffee or tea with meals.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅲ, p. 38
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅳ, p. 39
1. bounce back
2. summed up
3. up to
4. at risk
5. went to zero
6. goes up
7. out of breath
8. derived from
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. V, p. 39
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅵ, p. 40
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅶ, p. 40
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. VIII, p. 41
1. Mr. Howe, my favorite professor, has received a Distinguished Teacher Award.
2. Yesterday I went fishing —something I hadn’t done in years.
3. Some women are normally inactive, but then all of a sudden start a program of intense exercise —an action that violates the laws of sports science.
4. Even a brief visit to Greece, a modern country with ancient civilization, gives you a deep sense of the roots of our culture.
5. A people of inventors and discoverers, philosophers and soldiers, poets and craftsmen, the ancient Chinese gave the world many of its most useful things.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅸ, p. 42
1. His homework done, his composition written, Larry decided to go and see the film.
2. The manager sat quietly in the office, (his) eyes closed, waiting for the telephone to ring.
3. The room was in a mess, empty bottles and beer cans (being) everywhere.
4. When I walked in, Grandpa was sitting at the kitchen table, the newspaper spread before him.
5. Diana stood motionless at the end of the diving board, tears streaming down her cheeks.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅹ, p. 42
1. Most people with low iron reserves don’t know they have an iron deficiency.
2. It is not sufficient only to check levels of the blood protein
that transports oxygen.
3. Men are not safe, especially those who eat little meat and have a high level of physical activity.
4. It’s advisable for people in these groups to have a yearly blood test to check blood iron reserves.
5. Iron supplements may produce a feeling of wanting to throw up, and may be poisonous in some cases.
6. The best sources of iron are meat, chicken, fish, dates, beans, and some leafy green vegetables.
7. The reason why people sometimes take iron supplements is that
the supplements supplement the small amount that naturally occurs in grains.
8. Cook tomato sauce in an iron pot for three hours, and its
iron content increases strikingly.
Section B. Does Exercise Have Unexpected Benefits?
XVI. Choose the best answer to each of the following questions 1. D 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. A 6. C 7. A 8. A
《读写教程Ⅲ》:Ex. XVII, p. 55
《读写教程Ⅲ》:Ex. XVIII, p. 56
1. in addition to
2. In response to
3. is associated with
4. in contrast to
5. in the same way that
6. A succession of accidents
7. go through
8. are separated into
Section A. Where Principles Come First
《读写教程 III》: Ex. II, p. 69
1. It operates on the principle that if you teach students the merit of such values as truth, courage, integrity, leadership, curiosity and concern, then academic achievement naturally follows.
2. It is famous for its work with troubled youngsters.
3. Because teachers proteste d the program’s demands and the strain associated with more intense work.
4. The community feared the school would attract inner-city minority and troubled students.
5. In the Hyde School, all students are required to take performing arts and sports, and provide a community service. For each course, students get a grade for academic achievement and for “best effort”.
6. Parents must agree to accept and demonstrate the school’s philosophies and outlook.
7. The biggest obstacle for many parents is to realize their own weaknesses.
8. Faculty evaluations are conducted by the students.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅲ, p. 69
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅳ, p. 70
1. His girlfriend’s father saw him as a man who could not make
2. The course was cancelled over the students’ protests.
3. The problem is so difficult that we cannot work it out without the help of our teacher.
4. Children tend to do their utmost when they are encouraged by their parents who are making similar efforts.
5. The new teaching program didn’t work well in the school at the outset.
6. I was kind of excited when I received the letter that allowed me an interview.
7. The school is scheduled to open on September 1.
8. They appeared to offer a free lunch, complete with cigars and wine.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅴ, p. 70
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅵ, p. 71
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. VII, p. 71
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. VIII, p. 72
1. In Britain, as in America, there is a great demand for educational reform.
2. In Greece, as in Italy, people use a lot of olive oil in cooking.
3. As in the Hyde School, values such as courage, integrity, leadership, curiosity and concern are the first, most important lesson in some public inner-city schools in Maryland.
4. In China, as in Japan, a large number of middle school students take supplementary classes in order to get into a
5. As in the middle of the 1950s, many young people went down to the countryside in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅸ, p. 73
1. Once you’ve practiced a bit, you’ll find that it’s quite easy.
2. Once the meal was finished, the discussion began.
3. Once you show any fear, he will attack you.
4. The decision took about 10 seconds once he’d read a market research study.
5. Once customers come to rely on these systems, they almost never take their business elsewhere.
《读写教程Ⅲ》: Ex. Ⅹ, p. 73
1. Our school operates on the principle that moral values and academic achievements are equally important.
2. The new teaching program was suspended last term because the teachers in the department protested its demands and the strain associated with more intense work.
3. We see ourselves as preparing our students for a way of life by cultivating a comprehensive set of principles that can affect all of them.
4. The basis of the Character First idea is that every human being has a unique potential that is based on character, not intelligence or wealth.
5. We were warned by the teacher in the first lesson that students got a grade not only for academic achievement but also for attendance and best effort.
6. Once parents agree in writing to accept and demonstrate the school’s philosophies and outlook, the students can gain
7. In the Hyde School greater attention is paid to the establishment of a fruitful relationship with each student while in the traditional high school setting the focus is on the teacher and the material.
8. The school stresses the idea that it is worthwhile for parents to participate in school activities together with their children.
《读写教程 III》: Ex. XI, p. 73
3. 为了避免美国中学使用的其他品格培养方案所引发的争议，高尔德解释说，“全力以赴” 这一概念并不是要强迫学生接受某一套道德原则或宗教观念。
Section B. Cultural Differences in Western and Japanese
XVI. Choose the best answer to each of the following questions
《读写教程 III》: Ex. XVII, p.86
《读写教程 III》: Ex. XVIII, p. 86
1. in; from
5. From; to
6. between; up