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Passage A Care for Our Mother Earth










7.was isolated





1. transform

2. all the way

3. sit back

4. resulting from

5. share…with

1.How did the war, which brought terrible disasters to mankind, impact on such a poet?

2.Mothers are sometimes blind to the faults of their beloved children, which will cause the

children to make the same mistake again.

3.As a new immigrant in this completely strange country, she always felt isolated.

4.Acting before thinking often results in failure, so we should think before we leap.

5.The time for talking is past; we must take positive action to protect our environment. P21 1~5 DACAB


Passage A Einstein’s Compass

P36 1~5 CDACB

P37 1. fundamental

2. ultimate

3. sparked

4. apparently

5. patience

6. curiosity

7. convince

8. detail

9. responses

10. (has) stirred

P37 1. fooled…into

2. came upon

3. join in

4. come up with

5. up to

P43 1~5 ADBBC

1.Reporters pressed the spokesman for an explanation of the military attack.

2.His election speech failed to convince the voters that he was the right person for the

Senate seat.

3.While I admit that there are problems, I don’t agree that they cannot be solved.

4.His first debate on TV made a deep impression on his audience.

5.All things are interrelated and interact with each other.




Read and complete 6

1. attain

2. modest

3. attractive

4. precise

5. campaign

6. market

7. manufactures

8. sponsor

9. imported

10. brands

P9 1. frown…on

2. for instance

3. as a result

4. when it comes to

5. under…umbrella




P81 1~5 CBCDA

P 82 1. string

2. stir

3. controversy

4. combat

5. excessive

6. regulations

7. instincts

8. reckless

9. prohibition

10. irrational

Read and complete 7

1. to his name

2. keep at bay

3. under the Sun

4. jumped the gun

5. lined up


Passage A Tongue-tied Read and think 3


Read and complete 6

1. qualify

2. had committed

3. hint

4. assume

5. vague

6. peculiar

7. retreat

8. puzzled

9. misleading

10. confused

Read and complete 7

1. resorted to

2. racking one’s brain

3. hangs on

4. jotted down

5. at a loss


1. features

2. denied

3. appeal

4. usage

5. bet

6. independent

7. associate

8. was stumped

9. refresh

10. educate

Read and complete 14

1. for the sake of

2. pick up

3. break your back

4. get at

5. left off

大学体验英语-综合教程3 Unit6

Passage A The Woman Taxi Driver In Cairo Read and think 3


Read and complete 6

1. counterpart

2. efficient

3. relief

4. vague

5. core

6. punctually

7. approach

8. economy

9. exception

10. invite

Read and complete 7

1. pull…through

2. belongs to

3. ever since

4. in turn

5. milled about

Passage B A Russian Experience

Read and think 12


1. stretches

2. intense

3. beloved

4. ability

5. positive

6. converting

7. manner

8. toast

9. absorbed

10. be sheltered

Read and complete 14

1. in fine form

2. thanks to

3. give way to

4. is made up of

5. what makes…tick

大学体验英语-综合教程3 Unit7 Passage A Agony from Ecstasy Read and think 3


Read and complete 6

1. deepened

2. were exposed

3. curled

4. throb

5. nightmare

6. utter

7. confusion

8. pulse

9. somewhat

10. creep

Read and complete 7

1. on top of

2. as if

3. in a state of

4. ahead of

5. if only

Passage B Drug Warriors Read and think 12

1. a police detective

2. a drug bust

3. a major operation/a big day

4. had failed to do a good job

5. arrest packets

6. violent crimes

7. smoothly/successfully

8. excited

9. a complete victory

10. they will eventually win

Read and complete 13

1. coordinated

2. suspects

3. raids

4. venture

5. innocent

6. execute

7. afterwards

8. gang

9. issue

10. intelligence

Read and complete 14

1. in charge of

2. carry out

3. on the edge of

4. laid out

5. gave…up

大学体验英语-综合教程3 Unit8 Passage A Return from the Cage Read and think 3


Read and complete 6

1. venture

2. comfortable

3. confine

4. daze

5. drifted

6. lingered

7. bewildered

8. overwhelmed

9. innocent

10. terrified

Read and complete 7

1. sticks out

2. come by

3. under way

4. in search of

5. adjust to

Passage B Yes to Peace—No to Violence

Read and think 12


Read and complete 13

1. erode

2. cease

3. conflicts

4. mandate

5. exhausted

6. promote

7. preferable

8. prolonging

9. compromise

10. was condemned

Read and complete 14

1. take advantage of

2. for the sake of

3. come into contact

4. open the door to

5. takes a stand


Unit 2

Exercise 6

Exercise 13

1.The lecturer at the conference turned out to be the daughter of an old friend of mine.

2.It is 5 years since his retirement, but he has remained active in academic circles.

3.If you do have financial difficulties, you can apply for a student loan.

4.The scientist had worked hard at the new material for 10 years before he made his own

way in the end.

5.The chief airplane manufacturers in the world are pushing the envelope to make faster

and longer range airplanes to compete for bigger share of the market.

Unit 3

Exercise 6

1.Thoughts are expressed by means of language.

2.I have bought so many new books this year that it’s really difficult for me to keep count of


3.The old lady feels assured that her son will come back home today to celebrate her


4.His mother insisted that his pocket money should not exceed 100 Yuan per month.

5.We bought a car last month, which was registered under my name.

Exercise 13

1. A great man can dominate4 a difficult situation by force of character.

2.According to the latest report, tourists do not have to apply for an entry visa to some

Southeast Asian countries.

3.The color of the envelope suggests that the letter might be from a woman.

4.Trains can’t rival planes for speed, but many people prefer to travel by train.

5.People are much more likely to accept this mode of administration once they see that it

really works.

Unit 4

Exercise 6

1.The band shot to fame in the 1980s with that single album.

2.Take a risk, and you may lose again, but you would have improved your chances to win.

3.Scientists are pushing themselves to the limits in their research for finding a cure for


4.Now we see the point of the Internet: we can get information from all over the world just

by clicking the mouse.

5.Some people believe the government will regulate the research of human cloning sooner

or later.

Exercise 13

1.George is nuts about Chinese culture and has decided to learn Chinese in an evening


2.The reporters got wind of Diana’s visit to the city and rushed to the airport for the news.

3.After two months of restless effort, the police finally tracked the criminal down in a

southern city.

4.The two companies have already agreed in principle to go ahead with the project.

5.If the quality of your products isn’t improving for real, I don’t think they wi ll be competitive

in the market.

Unit 5

Exercise 6

1.It’s one thing to understand the principle, it’s another thing to put it into practice.

2.It is reported that jogging makes you three times less likely to suffer from a heart attack.

3.Almost half of the British people have no idea what the euro is worth in relation to the

pound, according to the latest survey.

4.The area should have been made into a park for everyone to enjoy but now some

apartment buildings stand there.

5.I’m wondering whether all the related information could add up to a clear picture of him.

Exercise 13

1.He drinks more wine than is good for his health.

2.He knew that at this moment his parents were eagerly waiting for him to return home for

the New Year.

3.What appeals to us is not only his intelligence but also his sense of humor.

4.The latest movie made by that internationally famous director turned out to be a total


5.It seems that some youngste rs don’t have patience with anything.

Unit 6

Exercise 6

1.He breathed / heaved a sigh of sorrow and told us that he had seen a better day when he

was young.

2.He has a strong sense of responsibility, and that’s why he is chosen to tak e control of the


3.Wherever you go, be it for business or pleasure, it is always a good idea to find out as

much as you can about the place.

4.Let’s be careful. The situation may be about to repeat itself.

5.In fact, the air q uality of a house has a grate deal to do with children’s health, and adult’s

health for that matter.

Exercise 13

1.Why is it that people spend so much time and money on traveling?

2.Traveling by air is quick and safe. No wonder it is a popular choice for travelers.

3.Most of the students in my college have enrolled in the course of web page design and

the computer center is always filled with people day and night.

4.It has always been my dream to have friends all over the world. Thanks to the Internet,

my dream has come true.

5.Free information on-line, convenient communication with friends, attractive games, to him

this is what Internet is all about.

Unit 7

Exercise 6

1. A lot of people believe that the se pills help them sleep. All I can think is, “if they only


2.He kept chipping away at the problem until he had completely solved it.

3.The country boy was exposed to many strange things in the city. He felt greatly shocked

as if he had entered a future world.

4.Within only one year of graduating from college, he went from a student who pursued his

dream to a person who didn’t care about a thing.

5.I have been given permission to do the interview in that area, and that’s not something

that everyone gets.

Exercise 13

1.With the beginning of the war came ten years of killing and destruction.

2.We shall continue to do what we have always been doing.

3.Most of them had been up since the morning before yesterday. But none of them will

sleep tonight either.

4.Born and raised in Chengdu, Li Ming still remembers the time when he lived in a / the


5.He treated a young child in a cruel manner in broad daylight and was taken to the police

by the neighbors.

Unit 8

Exercise 6

1.The thefts in recent months paled in comparison with this case.

2.Several years have passed since the traffic accide nt, and he still can’t shake away the

guilty feeling.

3.Though we had put forward a proposal to reduce cost, the board members didn’t appear

to take it seriously.

4.The bare hills around haven’t minded the villagers of the importance of prote ction the


5.It is unlikely for his hearty laughter to ring in our office again.

Exercise 13

1.As long as there is a chance for peace, we must take advantage of it for the sake of out

younger generation as well as the people present here.

2.The historic handshake between them opened the door to peace and marked the end of


3.We should exhaust every possibility in our fight against those who attempt to torpedo the

peace process and force them to cease to engage in terrorism.

4.Although his peace policy received broad support, the cause for peace was still fraught

with difficulties and pain.

5.In my case, I will come into contact with all those concerned with the project to work out

the best scheme.

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