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Unit6 翻译

1) 据报道,那条铁路曾因洪水而停止修建。

It was reported that the building of the railway had been held up by a flood.

2) 罢工结果,资方接受了工人的要求。

The strike resulted in the management's accepting the workers' demands.

3) 煤矿工人们决定为争取更好的工作条件举行罢工。

The coalminers decided to go on strike for better working conditions.

4) 我很想买这本英文词典,遗憾的是我身上带的钱不够。

I'd like very much to buy the English dictionary. Unfortunately,

I haven't got enough money on me.

5) 我想先和你讨论一下这篇文章的英译稿,然后再把它寄给霍布斯先生。

I'd like to talk over with you about the English translation of the article before sending it to Mr. Hobbs.

6) 那位外国专家希望在三年内达到所有的目标。

The foreign expert hopes to achieve all his aims in three years.

7) 一个科学家要跟上本领域的新发展,你认为必须做些什么?

What do you think a scientist must do in order to keep up with

the latest developments in his field?

8) 作者认为,如果优秀工人经常得到加薪和提拔,他们就会有更大的生产积极性。

The author thinks that if excellent workers get frequent pay increases and promotions, they will have greater incentive to produce.

Unit7 翻译

1) 萨姆买不起他极想要的那种照相机,因为那相机太贵了。

Sam could not afford (to buy) the camera he longed for because it was too expensive.

2) 整个上午他都在忙于写那篇故事,只是偶尔停下来喝杯茶。

He was busy writing the story all the morning, only breaking off occasionally to have some / a cup of tea.

3) 他是个富人家的儿子,不过看上去已经家道中落了。

He is the son of a wealthy family, but he seems to have come down in the world.

4) 他常利用她缺乏生意头脑(business sense)而欺骗她。

He often took advantage of her lack of business sense to cheat her.

5) 王教授,请您赏光来参加我们星期六的英语晚会好吗?

Prof. Wang, would you do us a favor by coming to our English evening this Saturday?

6) 看外表他一点也不像是个八十多岁的老人。

He does not seem to be an old man in his eighties, considering

his appearance.

7) 他们肯定没打算把他培养成一名工程师,我猜想他们永远也不会这样做。

Undoubtedly they do not have the intention of making an engineer

of him, and I suspect they never will.

8) 我怀疑这家工厂什么质量控制也没有。经过一周的观察,我发现情况果真如此。

I suspected there was no quality control whatsoever in the

factory. After making observations for a week I found this was

indeed the case.

Unit8 翻译

1) 我很幸运,在我年轻的时候就学会了许多不同的技能。

I am lucky to have acquired a wide range of skills when I was young.

2) 这些画价值在五千万美元左右,绝不能直接暴露在阳光之下。

These drawings, which are worth something like 50 million dollars, must not be exposed to direct sunlight.

3) 我儿子写出他第一首诗的时候,我就知道他有天赋。

I knew my son got talent when he composed his first poem.

4) 由于流感(the flu)在社区传播,她用暖和的冬衣将自己裹起来,以防传染上这种


As the flu was spreading in the community, she wrapped herself in warm winter clothing to avoid catching the disease.

5) 被告(defendant)否认他曾经向政府官员付钱以获得合同。

The defendant denied that he had ever made any payment to the government official to get a contract.

6) 我吃惊地看到,当他妻子泄露了一个家庭秘密的时候,他掴了她一记耳光。

I was startled to see he slapped his wife in the face when she revealed a family secret.

7) 他说他掌握了一个关于战争的秘密文件,这使每一个在座的人都大为吃惊。接着他啪


He astonished everyone present by saying that he possessed a

secret paper about the war. He then snapped open his briefcase and began to read it.

8) 当他渐渐地获得了信心的时候,他的语调变得自然了,说起话来也就自然脱口而出了。

As he gradually acquired confidence, his tone became natural and his words came out spontaneously.

Unit9 翻译

1) 工厂和汽车排出的一氧化碳一类气体严重污染了大气。

Gases such as carbon monoxide, emitted by factories and automobiles, have seriously polluted the atmosphere.

2) 那位工业管理工程师的来信表明,他对该项计划是否可行有怀疑。

The industrial engineer's letter indicates that he doubts the feasibility of the plan.

3) 在美国,许多父母在孩子出生之前就为他们的教育留出一笔专款。

Many parents in the United States set aside a fund for their children's education before they are born.

4) 我已了解清楚,她的结论是以事实为根据的。

I have made sure that her conclusion is based on facts.

5) 几天前,由三位医生和两名护士组成的医疗队出发到山区去了。

The medical team, composed of three doctors and two nurses, set off for the mountain area a few days ago.

6) 这个村庄是以矗立在它前面的那座高山命名的。

The village is named after the high mountain that stands in front of it.

7) 他病了一个月左右,这使他在学习上耽误了很多。

He was ill for about a month, which has really set him back in

his studies.

8) 南方和北方之间于一八六一年爆发的那场战争在历史上称为"美国内战"。

The war that broke out between the North and the South in 1861 is known in history as the American Civil War.

Unit10 翻译

1) 教授走进教室时,我们正兴致勃勃地讨论中东(the Middle East)的形势。

We were caught up in a discussion about the situation in the Middle East when the professor walked into the classroom.

2) 一辆卡车驶进了学校积雪覆盖的操场。

A truck pulled into the snow-covered playground of the school.

3) 午夜(midnight)后某个时候,敌人被迫撤退了。

Sometime after midnight, the enemy was/were forced to retreat.

4) 就是在那间斗室里,他们勤奋地工作着,憧憬着美好的未来。

It was in that small room that they worked diligently and dreamed of better days to come.

5) 老太太听到铃响,便从椅子上站起来,向门口走去。

When she heard the bell ringing, the old lady rose from her chair and made her way to the door.

6) 经过一天的战斗,我们的士兵占领了敌人的一些重要阵地(position)。

After a day's fight, our soldiers succeeded in taking over some important enemy positions.

7) 老妇人愤愤地大声叫喊说,那个女店员骗了她。

The elderly woman angrily exclaimed that she had been cheated by the shop girl.

8) 我上汽车不久就注意到一个外貌很怪的男人。他穿着一件不合身的上衣,一动不动地坐在位子上。

Soon after I boarded the bus, I noticed a strange-looking man. He wore an ill-fitting coat, and sat rooted in his seat.


Lesson Eight The Kindness of Strangers Mike Mclntyre 1. One summer I was driving from my home town of Tahoe City, Calif, to New Orleans. In the middle of the desert, I came upon a young man standing by the roadside. He had his thumb out and held a gas can in his other hand. I drove right by him. There was a time in the country when you' d be considered a jerk if you passed by somebody in need. Now you are a fool for helping. With gangs, drug addicts, murderers, rapists, thieves lurking everywhere, "I don't want to get involved" has become a national motto. 2. Several states later I was still thinking about the hitchhiker. Leaving him stranded in the desert did not bother me so much. What bothered me was how easily I had reached the decision. I never even lifted my foot off the accelerator. 3. Does anyone stop any more? I wondered. I recalled Blanche DuBois's famous line: "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." Could anyone rely on the kindness of strangers these days? One way to test this would be for a person to journey from coast to coast without any money, relying solely on the good will of his fellow Americans. What kind of Americans would he find? Who would feed him, shelter him, carry him down the road? 4. The idea intrigued me. 5. The week I turned 37, I realized that I had never taken a gamble in my life. So I decided to travel from the Pacific to the Atlantic without a penny. It would be a cashless journey through the land of the almighty dollar. I would only accept offers of rides, food and a place to rest my head. My final destination would be Cape Fear in North Carolina, a symbol of all the fears I'd have to conquer during the trip. 6. I rose early on September 6, 1994, and headed for the Golden Gate Bridge with a 50-pound pack on my back and a sign displaying my destination to passing vehicles: "America." 7. For six weeks I hitched 82 rides and covered 4223 miles across 14 states. As I traveled, folks were always warning me about someplace else. In Montana they told me to watch out for the cowboys in Wyoming, In Nebraska they said people would not be as nice in Iowa. Yet I was treated with kindness everywhere I went. I was amazed by people's readiness to help a stranger, even when it seemed to run contrary to their own best interests. 8. One day in Nebraska a car pulled to the road shoulder. When I reached the window, I saw two little old ladies dressed in their Sunday finest." I know you're not supposed to pick up hitchhikers, but it's so far between towns out here, you feel bad passing a person," said the driver, who introduced herself as Vi. I didn't know whether to kiss them or scold them for stopping. This woman was telling me she'd rather risk her life than feel bad about passing a stranger on the side of the road. 9. Once when I was hitchhiking unsuccessfully in the rain, a trucker pulled over, locking his brakes so hard he skidded on the grass shoulder. The driver told me he was once robbed at knifepoint by a hitchhiker. "But I hate to see a man stand out in the rain," he added. "People don't have no heart anymore." 10. I found, however, that people were generally compassionate. Hearing I had no money and would take none, people bought me food or shared whatever they happened to have with them. Those who had the least to give often gave the most. In Oregon a house painter named Mike noted the chilly weather and asked if I had a coat. When he learned that I had "a light one," he drove me to his house, and handed me a big green army-style jacket. A lumber-mill worker named Tim invited me to a simple dinner with his family in their shabby house. Then he offered me his tent. I refused, knowing it was probably one of the family's most valuable possessions. But Tim was determined that I have it, and finally I agreed to take it. 11. I was grateful to all the people I met for their rides, their food, their shelter, and their gifts. But what I found most touching was the fact that they all did it as a matter of course.


大学英语精读 3 课后答案【篇一:大学英语精读第三版第三册课后答案(含 close 原文)】 >1) accent 2) turn against 3) a couple of 4) takes his time 5) fate 6) confirmed 7) witness 8) subsequent 9) stands a chance 10) trial 1) belief 2) brilliant 3) employment 4) has saved up 5) stood a chance 6) were awarded 7) presumably 8) conducted 9) casual 10) around (which student life) revolves 1) joe wrote to say that he had to put off his visit because of his illness. 2) despite the noise, they went on working as if nothing were happening. 3) traffic was held up for several hours by the accident. 4) called (up) on to speak at the meeting, i couldnt very well refuse. 5) mrs. stevenson looked in the cupboard and found there was not a single lump of sugar left. 6) it was the rumor that turned joe against his twin brother. 7) we wondered how sara was getting on in her new job. 8) although anne agreed with me on most points, there was one on which she was unwilling to give in. 9) visitors could photograph almost anything here without having to ask for permission.


综合英语 1 Comprehensive English1 【学分】4 【学时】64 【编写】袁邦照【审核】程莹 (一)授课对象 四年制本科英语专业学生 (二)课程的性质和地位 本课程是是本科英语专业低年级的一门学科基础课程,是英语专业基础阶段全面培养和提高学生语言能力和交际能力的一门课程,在整个基础英语教学中具有重要奠基作用。本课程的教学,是在学生已初步掌握一定的英语词汇、语音、语法基本知识和听、说、读、写基本技能的基础上进行的,因此,主要教学目的在于进一步提高学生综合运用英语的能力,特别是要加强口笔头语言表达能力,同时加深对词汇、语法、写作、修辞等方面的知识,同时指导学生学习方法,培养逻辑思维能力,为进一步接受英语专业高年级教育打下全面的牢固的基础。本课程以课文教学为中心,采用精讲多练、讲练结合的方式,主要通过语言基础训练与篇章讲解分析,启发学生学习语言的积极性和自觉性,使学生逐步提高语篇阅读理解能力,了解英语各种文体的表达方式和特点,扩大词汇量和熟悉英语常用句型,具备基本的口头与笔头表达能力,并逐步形成用英语思维的能力。 (三)课程教学的目标 1.改变观念:帮助学生尽快熟悉大学学习环境和自主学习方法;使学生养成良好的学习习惯;培养学生的独立工作能力。引导学生改变应试学习的观点,逐步树立“To know English is to speak English.”的观念。 2.语音:通过一对一纠音练习,语音模仿秀等,整顿学生的语音面貌,提高学生的朗读技巧。 3.词汇和语法:盘活中学所学语法和词汇,使之成为语言交际的实际技能。认知词汇3000-4000个(其中含中学已学2 000个),熟用其中1600-1800个及其最基本的搭配。听力:能在15分钟听写根据已学知识编写的材料(词数120左右,念四遍,第一、四遍语速为每分钟100个词,第二、三遍根据意群停顿),错误率不超过8%。要求学生每天收听CRI及VOA的Special English。熟悉新闻广播的特点和语速。 4.口语:能使用课文中的重点词汇和短语复述课文;能用英语正确表达所学的功能意念,以达到实际交流运用的目的。 5.阅读和写作:能读懂词汇量为2000-2500的浅易材料及简易读物,阅读速度每分钟60-80个词,理解基本正确,能抓住中心大意。对重点句子能够释义。学会初步使用“英英”


UNIT 1 As we are at the start of the course, this seems a good moment to offer some advice on how to make the task of learning English easier. 课程开始之际,就如何使学习英语的任务更容易提出一些建议似乎正当其时。 Some Strategies for Learning English Learning English is by no means easy. It takes great diligence and prolonged effort. 学习英语绝非易事。它需要刻苦和长期努力。 Nevertheless, while you cannot expect to gain a good command of English without sustained hard work, there are various helpful learning strategies you can employ to make the task easier. Here are some of them. 虽然不经过持续的刻苦努力便不能期望精通英语,然而还是有各种有用的学习策略可以用来使这一任务变得容易一些。以下便是其中的几种。 1. Do not treat all new words in exactly the same way. Have you ever complained about your memory because you find it simply impossible to memorize all the new words you are learning? But, in fact, it is not your memory that is at fault. If you cram your head with too many new words at a time, some of them are bound to be crowded out. What you need to do is to deal with new words in different ways according to how frequently they occur in everyday use. While active words demand constant practice and useful words must be committed to memory, words that do not often occur in everyday situations require just a nodding acquaintance. You will find concentrating on active and useful words the most effective route to enlarging your vocabulary. 1. 不要以完全同样的方式对待所有的生词。你可曾因为简直无法记住所学的所有生词而抱怨自己的记忆力太差?其实,责任并不在你的记忆力。如果你一下子把太多的生词塞进头脑,必定有一些生词会被挤出来。你需要做的是根据生词日常使用的频率以不同的方式对待它们。积极词汇需要经常练习,有用的词汇必须牢记,而在日常情况下不常出现的词只需见到时认识即可。你会发现把注意力集中于积极有用的词上是扩大词汇量最有效的途径。 2. Watch out for idiomatic ways of saying things. Have you ever wondered why we say, "I am interested in English", but "I am good at French"? And have you ever asked yourself why native English speakers say, "learn the news or secret", but "learn of someone's success or arrival"? These are all examples of idiomatic usage. In learning English, you must pay attention not only to the meaning of a word, but also to the way native speakers use it in their daily lives. 2.密切注意地道的表达方式。你可曾纳闷过,为什么我们说“我对英语感兴趣”是“I'm interested in English”,而说“我精于法语”则是“I'm good at French”?你可曾问过自己,为什么以英语为母语的人说“获悉消息或秘密”是“learn the news or secret”,而“获悉某


Lesson One Half a Day Naguib Mahfous 1. I walked alongside my father, clutching his right hand. All my clothes were new: the black shoes, the green school uniform, and the red cap. They did not make me happy, however, as this was the day I was to be thrown into school for the first time. 2. My mother stood at the window watching our progress, and I turned towards her from time to time, hoping she would help. We walked along a street lined with gardens, and fields planted with crops: pears, and date palms. 3. "Why school ?" I asked my father. "What have I done ?" 4. "I'm not punishing you, " he said, laughing. "School's not a punishment. It's a place that makes useful men out of boys. Don' t you want to be useful like your brothers?" 5. I was not convinced. I did not believe there was really any good to be had in tearing me away from my home and throwing me into the huge, high-walled building. 6. When we arrived at the gate we could see the courtyard, vast and full of boys and girls. "Go in by yourself, " said my father, "and join them. Put a smile on your face and be a good example to others. " 7. I hesitated and clung to his hand, but he gently pushed me from him. "Be a man, " he said. "Today you truly begin life. You will find me waiting for you when it's time to leave. " 8. I took a few steps. Then the faces of the boys and girls came into view. I did not know a single one of them, and none of them knew me. I felt I was a stranger who had lost his way. But then some boys began to glance at me in curiosity, and one of them came over and asked, "Who brought you?" 9. "My father, " I whispered. 10. "My father's dead, " he said simply. 11. I did not know what to say. The gate was now closed. Some of the children burst into tears. The bell rang. A lady came along, followed by a group of men. The men began sorting us into ranks. We were formed into an intricate pattern in the great courtyard surrounded by high buildings; from each floor we were overlooked by a long balcony roofed in wood. 12. "This is your new home, "said the woman. "There are mothers and fathers here, too. Everything that is enjoyable and beneficial is here. So dry your tears and face life joyfully. " 13. Well, it seemed that my misgivings had had no basis. From the first moments I made many friends and fell in love with many girls. I had never imagined school would have this rich variety of experiences. 14. We played all sorts of games. In the music room we sang our first songs. We also had our first introduction to language. We saw a globe of the Earth, which revolved and showed the various continents and countries. We started learning numbers, and we were told the story of the Creator of the universe. We ate delicious food, took a little nap, and woke up to go on with friendship and love, playing and learning. 15. Our path, however, was not totally sweet and unclouded. We had to be observant and patient. It was not all a matter of playing and fooling around. Rivalries could bring about pain and hatred or give rise to

大学英语精读第三册 翻译答案

大学英语精读第三版(上海外语教育出版社董亚芬主编) 第三册Book3 Unit1~Unit10 翻译答案 Unit1 翻译 1) 发言人(spokesman)明确表示总统在任何情况下都不会取消(cancel)这次旅行。 The spokesman made it clear that the President would not cancel the trip under any circumstances. 2) 杰克对书架上那些书一本也不了解,所以他的选择是很随意的。 Jack didn't know anything about any of the books on the bookshelf, so his choice was quite arbitrary. 3) 随后发生的那些事件再次证明了我的猜疑(suspicions)是对的。(confirm) The subsequent events confirmed my suspicions once again. 4) 我认为我们应该鼓励中学生在暑假找临时工作。 I think we should encourage high school students to find temporary jobs / employment during their summer holidays. 5) 令我们吃惊的是,这位常被赞为十分正直的州长(governor)竟然是个贪官(corrupt official)。 To our surprise, the governor who had often been praised for his honesty turned out to be a corrupt official. 6) 少数工人得到提升(be promoted),与此同时却有数百名工人被解雇。 A few workers were promoted, but meanwhile hundreds of workers were dismissed.


北京师范大学网络教育 《大学英语精读三》作业答案 客观题部分: 选择题(每题1分,共20题) 参考答案: 1. B 2. C 3. C 4. D 5. A 6. A 7. A 8. A 9. C 10. D 11. A 12. B 13. B 14. D 15. B 16. A 17. B 18. D 19. A 20. A 主观题部分: 翻译题(每题1分,共10题) 1. The park is located right in the center of town. 2. If you want to make a complaint, you’d better follow the correct procedure. 3. That hairstyle is in fashion this year, but I am afraid it will be out of fashion next year. 4. She waited at the bus stop until the last bus came in. 5. Never before have I met such a kind person. 6. The play was so wonderful that I soon lost myself in the excitement of it. 7. Social activities never get in the way of her studies. 8. He’s working on a new project which has to be finished by the end of the year. 9. In pursuit of a healthier diet, people are eating more fish than they used to. 10.The disease is spreading, and all young children are at risk. 1


大学英语精读第三版(上海外语教育出版社董亚芬主编)第一册答案Book 1 Unit 1 Study&Practice Vocabulary Activities 1. 1)e 2)g 3)j 4)a 5)b 6)i 7)c 8)d 9)h 10)f 2. 1) handling 2) summarized 3) process 4) absorb 5) are bound to 6) feel free 7) for instance 8) strategies 9) complained 10) has committed... to memory 11) Nevertheless 12) rely... on 13) Apart from 14) command 3. 1) over and over again 2) at a time 3) put it into practice 4) watching out for 5) by no means 6) concentrate on 7) In addition to 8) in detail Enriching Your Word Power 1. 1)action 2)employ 3)announce 4)examination 5)communication 6)express 7)compose 8)improvement 9)concentration 10)management 11)consider 12)motivate 13)development

15)discuss 16)operate 17)division 18)production 19)educate 20)repeat 2. 1) a) additional b) add c) addition d) addition 2) a) effectively b) effect c) effective d) effect 3) a)helpful b) help c) helpless d) help e) helplessly f) helpfully g) helpful 4) a) reliant b) reliable c) reliance, reliable d) relies e) reliably 5) a) repetition b) repeating c) repeatedly d) repeated e) repetition Usage 1) In my opinion 2) According to Mary 3) In our opinion 4) According to today’s papers 5) In most doctors’ opinion ( According to most doctors) Structure 1. 1) Shakespeare was not only a dramatist but also an actor. 2) Miss Crain not only took me home in her car, but also came the next day to see if I had recovered. 3) Hainan Island attracts tourists not only in winter but also in summer. 4) There is always a black market not only in Britain, but also in other European countries. 5) At the Athens Olympics in 2004, Liu Xiang not only won a gold medal in the 110-meter hurdles, but also broke the Olympic record. 2. 1) It is true that your sentences are all gramma tically correct, but they don’t make any sense. 2) It is true that they lost that battle, but they still went on fighting. 3) It is true that Tom’s very clever and hardworking, but I still don’t think he is the right person for the job. 4) It is true that learning English is by no means easy, but we can make the task easier by using some learning strategies. Cloze 1. 1) strategies 2) frequently 3) over and over again 4) commit to memory 5) acquaintance 6) watch out for 7) communicate 8) process


Page 39 6. Translate the following sentences into English. 1.It seemed impossible to me, but all the others looked very confident. Sth. seems (to be) + adj.(表) + to sb. 2.We looked around. There wasn't a building standing in sight. The earthquake seemed to have destroyed everything. Sth. /sb. +(seem + to do)复合谓语3.He seems to be in low spirits these days. Sth./Sb. + seem to be + 表语 wonder why. I think it's because he doesn't seem to be making much progress in his studies. He is afraid of being looked down upon by his classmates. Sb. + seem to do sth There seems to be 4.What are you looking for, Dick? I seem to have lost my key. How annoying! 5.If you find that a word doesn't seem to

make any sense in the sentence, you should look it up in the dictionary. That's the only way to learn to use a word. 6.They went on arguing for hours. Neither of them seem (to be) willing to listen to each other. I suddenly remembered someone saying "Discussion is an exchange of knowledge while argument is an exchange of ignorance." 7.The situation there seems to be very complicated. The government has promised to look into it. 8.My grandpa seems to be getting better and better, but he still needs somebody to look after him. 9.Economists have already come to the conclusion that the crisis seems to be coming to an end. W orld economy is looking up. 10.When I got well I looked at my bank account. To my sadness, I found my balance was almost zero. All my savings in


大学英语精读三课后翻译题及答案 UNIT1-P16 1.发言人明确表示总统在任何情况下都不会取消这次旅行。 The spokesman made it clear that the President would not cancel the trip under any circumstances. 2. 杰克对书架上那些书一本也不了解,所以他的选择是很随意的。 Jack didn’t know anything about any of the books on the bookshelf, so his choice was quite arbitrary. 3.随后发生的那些事件再次证明了我的猜疑是对的。 The subsequent events confirmed my suspicions/ confirmed me in my suspicions once again. 4.我认为我们应该鼓励中学生在暑假找临时工作。 I think we should encourage high school students to find temporary jobs during their summer holidays. 5.令我们吃惊的是,这位常被赞为十分政治的州长竟然是个贪官。 To our surprise, the governor who had often been praised for his honesty turned out to be a corrupt official. 6.只有少数工人得到提升,与此同时却又数百名工人被解雇。 A few workers were promoted, but meanwhile hundreds of workers were dismissed. 7.如果有机会,约翰也许已成为一位杰出的画家了。 Given the chance, John might have become an outstanding painter. 8.数小时后,有人看见那个男孩在林子里瞎转。 Several hours later, the boy was found wandering around in the woods. UNIT3-P59 1.许多美国大学生申请政府贷款交付学费。 Many American students apply for government loans to pay for their education/tuition. 2. 除阅读材料外,使用电影和录像会激发学生学习的兴趣。 Besides reading materials, the use of films and videotapes can stimulate students' interest in a subject. 3.这位律师试图说服陪审团他的当事人是无辜的。 The attorney/lawyer tried to convince the jury of his client's innocence. 4. 提问常常会引起创造的火花。 Asking questions often generates the spark of creativity. 5.我已经把我的简历寄往几家公司,但尚未收到回复。 I have sent off my resume to several corporations, but haven't yet received a reply. 6. 她的结论是建立在对当前国际情况进行了认真的分析的基础上的。 Her conclusion is built on a careful analysis of current international affairs. 7.我们满怀期望地来参加会议,离开时却大失所望。 We came to the meeting full of expectations, yet we left very disappointed. 8.暂时他只得接受了一份给一家化妆品公司发促销传单的活儿。