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Unit 1 Fresh start

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1) I had just the feeling of a newcomer to college without the strength only an experienced student might possess.

(2) My apparent confidence.

(3) Some food to appease my hunger.

(4) Going with the tide of the majority was no longer crucial to your success.

(5) Foolish and glaring mistakes.

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1) distress; (2) clutched; (3) pose; (4) sneaked; (5) preoccupation;

(6) shackles; (7) curse; (8) deliberation.

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1) assure; (2) discretion; (3) relaxation; (4) humiliation; (5) strategy;

(6) embarrassment; (7) maneuverable; (8) immaturity.

4. Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1) lived up to; (2) headed for; (3) seek out; (4) has broken out;

(5)grope for; (6) trying …on; (7) go out to; (8) tipped off.

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) vague (indistinct); (2) inconspicuously (unobtrusively);

(3) self-restraint (self-control); (4) clever (intelligent,sensible);

(5) manner (behavior); (6) excited (agitated);

(7) sneak; (8) mature (sophisticated).

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1) became popular; (2) respect;(3) keep up; (4) lead to;

(5)understand; (6) found; (7) use; (8) start

Grammer.

https://www.sodocs.net/doc/5d6784052.html,bine each nominal clause in Column A with …

1~ 4 CDBF 5~8 AEHG

2. Rewrite the following sentences…

(1) My decision to resign was wise.

(2) Their readiness to accept the peace agreement really surprised the diplomatic world.

(3) My determination to pass the test helped me.

(4) Her failure to get into college disappointed her parents.

(5) My willingness to cooperate was appreciated.

(6) His refusal to help surprised me.

(7) The proposal that we should import more equipment is to be discussed at the meeting.

(8) Who can have told you that puzzles me.

3. Complete each sentence with what you think …

1~ 4 DBCC 5~8 ABDB

4. Combine the two sentences in each group…

(1) I spent the afternoon seeking out each of my classroom so that I could make a perfectly timed entrance before each lecture.

(2) He wrote glasses and a false beard so that nobody would recognize him.

(3) The stranger spoke very slowly so that I could understand what he said.

(4) She locked the door so that she wouldn’t be disturbed.

(5) John whispered so that others couldn’t hear him.

(6) Please arrive early so that we can start the meeting on time.

(7) John has brought a bicycle so that he may save money on bus travel.

(8) The lecturer showed some slides so that he might illustrate his point.

5. Complete the following sentences using the words in the box.

(1) Although/Though; (2) yet; (3) however/though;

(4) however/nevertheless/though; (5) Although/Though;

(6) Despite/In spite of ; (7) although/though; (8) however; (9) However; (10) Despite/In spite of.

Translation.

(1). It distressed me a great deal to hear the news that he had suffered repeated failures.

(2) He assumed an air of cheerfulness, even though he lost favor with his boss.

(3) Gulliver met with extraordinary adventures and saw a strange assortment of people.

(4) He will be furious with you if you repeat the same mistake.

(5) We were all greatly drawn by his frank views, humorous words and genial manner.

(6) After cheers and applause died down, the Nobel Prize winner began his speech.

(7) He is gifted with a sort of insight and foresight, so he rarely runs with the crowd.

(8) I feel realities are all very harsh, so one can hardly live up to his ideals. Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1) comes (2)others (3)what (4)going (5)not

(6) offer (7)relate (8)college (9)not (10)learn

Unit 2 the company man

Vocabulary

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1) died from self-motivated overwork;

(2) most likely; the presidency of the company; the highest position in the company;

(3)with no specific skills wanted by employers;

(4) trying to discover facts about his father; collecting memories of his father.

(5) a person vulnerable to heart attacks.

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1)survived; (2) grabs; (3) discreetly; (4) deceased, obituary;

(5)conceivably; (6)board; (7) classics; (8) executives;

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1) widowed; (2) nerves; (3) precisionist; (4) competitiveness

(5) execution; (6) presided; (7) marital; (8) accompanied

4. Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1) died of; (2) stay up; (3) cares for; (4) straightened out;

(5) picked out; (6) given up; (7) grabbed at; (8) considered for

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) exactly; (2) immediately; (3) slacker(idler, loafer) ; (4) outlive;

(5)disconcerted(abashed); (6) departed; (7) underweight(slim);

(8) successor

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1) disappointed; (2)wait; (3) required; (4)read; (5)meant;

(6) entered cheerfully; (7) intensifies gradually; (8) became extinct;

Grammar.

1.Put the verbs in brackets…

(1)have been playing/have played (2) has been putting/has put

(3) have pulled; haven’t touched (4) have been waiting; have waited

(5) have picked; have grown/have been growing; have never had

(6) has been getting/has got; has been rising/has risen; has come

(7) has been; has been looking; hasn’t found ; (8) has failed; has got

2. Choose “a” or “b” to end each sentence.

(1)a ; (2) b; (3) b; (4) b; (5) a; (6) a; (7) b; (8) a.

3. Complete the following dialogue with the proper forms…

A: ’ve been waqiting for; have you been doing

B: ’ve been shopping; ’ve bought

A: met; was waiting;

B: ’s; speaks;

A: has he been learning;

A: did you say

B: ’s been studying; was

B: Have you gone

A: ’re saying

B: isn’t; ’ve been walking

Translation.

1.My immediate boss is a typical workaholic, for he works for over ten hours each

day all the year round.

2.The principal attaches much importance to extracurricular activities and he

believes that they will help to cultivate students’tremendous interest in the external world.

3.He always grabs a shower, a sandwich and then a taxi to go to work every

Monday morning.

4.Since you are leaving the company, you should straighten out the accounts within

the week.

5.he often stays up late night in order to finish his Ph.D. dissertation on time.

6.Nothing can replace the profoundest love lodged in one’s heart of hearts.

7.He is considered a natural for the post of the president, for he has been an

excellent vice-president for almost ten years.

8.He is just too common to be picked out from the crowed.

Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1)hours (2)while (3)less (4)from (5)explain

(6)by (7)late (8)differences (9)influence (10)taking

Unit 3 Out of step

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1) pleasant/comfortable; practically

(2) very long; physical exercises

(3) was made to realize this

(4) decided not to have coffee and instead to go

(5) held in mind

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1) negotiated; (2) debonair; (3) dodging; (4) notion;

(5) compact; (6) contortion; (7) thrive; (8) undertaking

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1) disagreeable; (2) eccentricity; (3) acquainted; (4) ridicule;

(5)triumphant; (6) deficiencies; (7) woefully; (8) contorted.

4. Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1) going about; (2) going through; (3) pops out; (4) pace off;

(5) pulled up; (6) dug out; (7) stroll up to; (8) habituated to.

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) bustling(exciting); (2) old (time-honored);

(3) depressed( downhearted, low-spirited); (4) absurd (ridiculous);

(5) indifferent (unconcerned); (6) infuriating (irrigating);

(7) failure (defeat); (8) again.

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words

(1) encountered (2) cause; (3) agreed to;(4) limited to;

(5) idling about; (6)relied on; (7) tolerate; (8) deserted/abandoned.

Grammar.

1. Complete the sentences with the past perfect or past perfect progressive of the verbs in the brackets.

(1) had been talking; (2) had been working; (3) had worked;

(4) had been applying; (5) had broken; (6) had been standing;

(7) had swallowed; (8) had been

2. complete the following sentences according to the given situation.

(1) had been empty; (2) had been working for the company;

(3) had been waiting for me for half an hour; (4) had had lunch

(5) had left; (6) has been living; (7) had repaired the engine; (8) had told

3.put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.

had seen; returned; didn’t have; didn’t have; had; done; was; didn’t have; did; left; had; was; decided; picked; went; slammed; felt; had reminded; has searched; found; remembered; were.

4. Complete the following sentences with shall, should, will or would.

(1) will; (2) shall; (3) Should; (4) would; (5) will;

(6) shall; (7)should; (8) should; (9) would; (10) would.

5. Fill in the blank with one of the words and phrases in the box.

(1) nowadays; (2) ages ago; (3) lately, just; (4) soon, after a long time;

(5) immediately, Eventually;(6) once; (7) recently; (8) for weeks.

Translation.

1.The university is one of the most venerable institutions of higher learning in the

world.

2.If one is deficient in practical experience, he can hadly make himself a success

with only what he has acquired in class.

3.I felt exasperated by constant interruptions, for I had to finish writing the

monograph by the end of this week.

4.He feels that it is ludicrous to write on a contemporary theme in an ancient style.

5.The Bund in Shanghai was a place where young couples liked to come to coo in

the 70s and the 80s of the last century.

6.His daughter is very sedate for a girl about ten, for she likes reading more than

playing.

7.The couple strolled hand-in-hand along the country road when the sun in its first

splendor steeped the earth.

8.The poet was commonly considered as an eccentric romantic genius when alive. Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1)more (2)around (3)free (4)leave (5)programs

(6)ease (7)it (8)signed (9)environmental (10)handing

(11)only (12)With

Unit 4 Fun, oh, boy, fun, you could die from it.

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1) we would be morally too strict with ourselves to enjoy life;

(2) that made all other questions less significant;

(3) counting fun as the most important quality of life;

(4) the best example of having fun.

(5) by nothing more than simple exposure.

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1) overshadows; (2) traipse; (3) fetish; (4) flunked:

(5) swilling; (6) flicked; (7)epitome; (8) licentiousness:

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1) insured; (2) undeserved; (3) generosity; (4) benefits:

(5) regrettable; (6) mirthful; (7) blasphemy; (8) reverence

4.Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1) turn into; (2) occurred to; (3) end up; (4) step up;

(5) pay …back; (6) look forward to; (7) look for; (8) managed to

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) excursion(jaunt); (2) failing;

(3) irreverently(disrespectfully, contemptuously); (4) advertisements;

(5) quintessence( embodiment); (6) grief (sadness, melancholy);

(7) profane( revile); (8) examine (scrutinize)

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1) drew attention to; (2) represents ; (3) fully explain; (4) challenged by; (5) support;

(6) bored; (7) be welled understood; (8) visited

Grammar.

4. Complete the following sentences with the words and phrases in the box. (1) such …that; (2) thus; (3) in that; (4) With;

(5) so …that; (6) Owing to; (7) for; (8) Seeing that

5. Complete the following letter with the appropriate forms of the verbs given. Should/would like; have, heard; would, suit; doesn’t apply; won’t get; saw; had/was, left/leaving; said; was going; promised; (had)found; have heard; don’t know; went; know; should/would be; would phone; have tried; doesn’t seem.

Translation.

1.It goes without saying that Shakespeare overshadows all the other playwrights

throughout the ages.

2.The Great Gatsby is commonly deemed as the epitome of the Jazz Age of the last

century in America.

3.It is advisable for you not to put a damper on his enthusiasm to further his studies

at Harvard.

4.Young people tend to make a fetish of glamorous stars in sports and entertainment

circles.

5.They traipsed all the way to downtown area to watch the National Day fireworks

display.

6.He does not deserve such a severe punishment as he committed neither serious

errors nor gave crimes.

7.Every time I met him, he would talk a whole of nonsense.

8.Reputation is a trap into which many people are ready to fall.

Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1) as (2)hands (3)go (4)up (5)industries

(6)or (7)include (8)on (9)provided (10)aim

Unit 5 The real truth about lies.

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1)very important/shocking/traumatic; (2) avoid hurting the others’ feelings;

(3)modifying the truth;

(4) a course of action which can easily lead to something unacceptable, wrong or disastrous; (5)under any circumstances;

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1) supportive; (2) perceived; (3) prevarication; (4) astounded;

(5)undermine; (6) faltered; (7) fibs; (8) volunteered

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1) unethical; (2) feigned; (3) unsparing; (4) cynical;

(5) confoundedly; (6) lubricated; (7) entangled; (8) Willful

4.Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1) cover up; (2) blurted out; (3) set up; (4) find out;

(5) wear down; (6) specialize in; (7) professes to; (8) complimented, on;

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) evasion(equivocation); (2) chronic (repeated);

(3) common ( prevalent, omnipresent); (4) slightly;

(5) insult (reproach, criticize); (6) distort;

(7) growth (multiplication); (8) strengthened (consolidated)

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1)cancelled; (2)overcome; (3)follow; (4)fell into;

(5)make it more acceptable; (6)feel unhappy about;

(7)removed from consideration; (8)reserve for future use.

Grammar.

2. Complete each sentence with what you think the most appropriate…

1~5 CCBAD 6~10 BBBAA

3. rewrite the sentences below using the words and phrases from the box.

(1) He can’t have told us everything.

(2) Something must have gone wrong.

(3) She can’t be only thirty years old.

(4) They may not know yet.

(5) The road could/may have been closed.

(6) The police must know that.

(7) There may/could have been a traffic jam.

(8) The letter could/may arrive today.

(9) That will/must be my mother.

(10) There should be time to do some shopping.

Translation.

1. Hamlet feigned madness when he was hesitating what to do.

2. Prevarication is one of the techniques this businessman likes to employ.

3. Sometimes the light of the truth is just too dazzling, so white lies are ubiquitous.

4. Many women in America profess that they are unhappy with their status of second-class citizens.

5. On the impulse of the moment, he blurted out the secret.

6. You should get rid of any prejudice, resist temptations and let nothing warp your judgment.

7. Being over-sensitive and imaginative, he often weaves a tangled web in mind.

8. He is very popular among his peers as he always tries to spare others any trouble. Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1) service (2)rather (3)off (4)are

(5)advantage (6)much (7)relations (8)if

(9)as (10)moral (11)either (12)truth

Unit 6 How to write a rotten poem with almost no effort.

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1) extremely intense; (2) the practical principal;

(3) just like, following the example of ;(4) Probably, Quite likely;

(5) made a start despite the difficulty.

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1)epic; (2) squalid; (3)veritable; (4) pounded;

(5)aroma; (6) evolved; (7) lyrics; (8) claimed

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1) imponderables; (2) poetic/poetical; (3) accidentally; (4) unsought;

(5) cuddliest; (6) juicy; (7) disoriented; (8) versed

4.Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1) conjures up; (20 dealt with; (3) seek out; (4) think of

(5)ended/stared with; (6)break…up; (7)relates to; (8) came up with

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1)unfamiliar(strange); (2) fellowship(brotherhood);

(3)lower(degrade); (4)exceptional( excellent)

(5) caress (hug,embrace); (6) unrealistic(impractical)

(7) skilled (expert,proficient,successful); (8) product (compositio

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1) affects; (2) catching up with; (3) been involved with; (4) tell exactly

(5) rejected; (6)make understood; (7)tried to get; (8) thought seriously about Grammar.

1. Complete the following sentences with the appropriate verb forms.

(1) shake; (2) to do, wait, to let; (3) standing; (4) finding;

(5) take, make, drink; (6) leave; (7) being spoken; (8) be, look

https://www.sodocs.net/doc/5d6784052.html,plete each sentence with what you think the most appropriate of the four choices given.

1~4 CDBD 5~8 CAAC

Translation.

1.Sometimes, we have to make a choice because there is no middle ground.

2.He often conjured up visions of the past when he was free from the pressures of

life.

3.He often refreshed himself with a cup of strong black coffee when he felt fatigued.

4.He thrust past a throng of drunken men and bargaining women and walked on

through flaring streets.

5.Experienced translators, though lacking in theory, can render one language into

another by rule of thumb.

6.It was generally believed that the major purpose of the foreign minister’s trip was

to break the ice with regards to the relations between the two countries.

7.Reading good books and making friends with good people can elevate the mind.

8.The flowers and the colorful lights lent a festival atmosphere to this ancient small

town.

Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1)questions (2)will (3)ones (4)accounts

(5)apply (6)as (7)need (8)at

(9)wish (10)feel (11)music (12)case

Unit 7 The chaser.

Vocabulary

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words

(1) feeling very much worried and afraid;

(2) everything I sell could be well deemed as extraordinary;

(3) difficult to notice; which is more than enough;

(4) have much more everlasting effects than only the momentary impulse; (5) with extreme happiness and enthusiasm

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1)creaky; (2)peered; (3)acquaintance; (4)detachment;

(5)raptures; (6)giddy; (7)overwhelmed; (8)obliged

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1)obscurity; (2)acquainted; (3)perceptible; (4)apprehension;

(5)indifferent; (6)rapt; (7)overwhelmingly; (8) disobliging

4.Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1)save up; (2)care about; (3)indulges in; (4)reached for;

(5)peered about; (6)deals in; (7)was substituted; (8)better off.

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) perceptible (perceivable, noticeable); (2) postmortem;

(3)anxiously (fearfully); (4)temporary (transient);

(5) grave(cheerless); (6) profoundly(rigorously, strongly);

(7) apathetically(indifferently); (8) reason;

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1)expect; (2)have; (3)accept; (4)imagine;

(5)was; (6)work out;(7)became popular;(8)demanded

Grammar.

https://www.sodocs.net/doc/5d6784052.html,plete each sentence with what you think the most appropriate of the four

choices given.

1~4 CDAB 5~8 BCDC

Translation.

1. To me, you are definitely more than an acquaintance.

2. Many artisans deal in a variety of handicrafts in the region.

3. They went into raptures over the unexpected success.

4. Much to my surprise, he analyzed with detachment the dangerous situation that threatened all of them.

5. She peered at the strange from behind the curtain.

6. During the holidays, he indulged in the luxury of a bath of sunshine on the beach.

7. When she learnt the news of his death, she was overwhelmed with grief.

8. I’m not in favor of buying a house on the installment plan; instead, I maintain that everyone of us should save up for a rainy day.

Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1)if (2) no (3)through (4)with

(5)does (6)that (7)want (8)Here

(9)sung (10)and (11)but (12)upon

(13)precious (14)nor

Unit 8 Knowledge and wisdom

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1) consider, give proper value to each; (2)certainly, brought a good and

helpful effect to mankind, in reality; (3) talk about some thing less important, destroy or ruin each other; (4) connect with; (5) accordingly

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper form.

(1) pursue; (2) ceased; (3)attainable; (4)enmity;

(5)populous; (6)surpassed; (7)impartial; (8)appallingly

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1)beneficiaries; (2)undesirable; (3)horizontally; (4)descendants;

(5)increasingly; (6)philosophical;(7)unduly;(8)standardization

4.Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1)required of; (2) sought to; (3) descended to; (4) put first;

(5)contributed to;(6)engage in;(7)conferred, upon;(8)bound up with

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1) following(subsequent, succeeding); (2)enhance(advance);

(3)impressive (sensational); (4) unawareness(ignorance, unconsiousness)

(5)instill(indoctrinate); (6)confinement(restriction, restrain)

(7)virtue; (8)fairness(indifference, neutrality)

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1)contracted; (2)keep quiet; (3)investigate; (4)treat;

(5)go; (6)lost consciousness;(7)tolerate; (8) get rid of

Grammar.

4.Fill in the blanks with appropriate conjunctions.

(1)When, (2)lest, (3)Although, (4)not only …but also,

(5)because, (6)Although, (7)While, (8)since

5. complete each sentence with what you think the most appropriate of the four choices given.

1~4 BACD 5~8 BABD

Translation.

(1) The result of the experiment far surpassed their expectations.

(2) We should take full account of the cost of the project and the difficulties we might encounter.

(3) The fair weather contributed to the success of the scientific expedition.

(4) Ronaldo, one of the football stars from Brazil, scored several spectacular goals in the 2002 FIFA World Cup.

(5) Many honorary degrees from different colleges and universities in America were conferred upon Robert Frost for his remarkable contributions to poetry.

(6) Patience and perseverance are required in emancipation from bad habits.

(7) They tried to instill such new ideas into students’ minds.

(8) You should demonstrate impartiality in your assessment of the employees. Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1)of (2)others (3)create (4)from

(5)wisdom (6)benefit (7)without (8)All

(9)made (10)avoid (11) one (12)turn

Unit 11 On becoming a better student.

Vocabulary.

1. Explain the underlined part in each sentence in your own words.

(1)view again at another time from a different perspective;

(2)with immense pleasant surprise;

(3) be provided with ready answers and ideas;

(4)do pioneering work;

(5)Don’t let the knowledge you have acquired be a hindrance to your learning of something new.

2. Fill in the blank in each sentence with a word taken from the box in the proper

form.

(1)precedence; (2)stigma; (3)proportional; (4)strain;

(5)pertinent; (6)injurious; (7)relevance; (8)therapy

3. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of the given words.

(1)substantial; (2)motivation; (3)committed; (4)restrictions;

(5)subtle; (6)thrilling;(7)complacently; (8)unprecedented;

4.Fill in the blank in each sentence with an appropriate phrasal verb or collocation taken from the text.

(1)goes out of the way; (2) breaking through; (3)consists of; (4)hold on to; (5)object to;(6) live up to;(7)gave up;(8)based on

5. Give a synonym or an antonym of the word underlined in each sentence in the sense it is used.

(1)demonstrated(reveal, manifest); (2) flexible;

(3)interesting(extraordinary, outstanding) (4)abandon (yield, renounce)

(5)lead; (6) dissatisfaction(discontentment);

(7)mild(gentle); (8)harry (pester, harass)

6. Explain the underlined phrasal verbs in your own words.

(1)submitted; (2)take care of; (3)attentive in; (4)written in honor of;

(5)accept; (6)so involved; (7)enthralled; (8)began considering;

Grammar.

1. Complete the following sentences using the appropriate form of the verbs given.

(1) Being; (2)to spend, to make; (3)Hearing/To hear (4)To complete

(5)to be; (6) to be; (7)to sit, to hear, howling

(8) Teasing; (9)Playing;(10)Learning

3.Rewrite the underlined parts of the following sentences with….

(1)sitting at the back; (2)for you to do as you are told;

(3) to have swum across the Channel;

(4) to hear that he had already left the company;

(5) to open the window; (6) to trifle with;

(7) Being a qualified plumber, Paul had no difficulty in finding the leak.;

(8)ever written;(9) Left to himself, he usually gets the job done quickly.

(10) Hoping to find the will, she searched everywhere.

4. Complete the following sentences with the –ing participle of verbs.

(1) to his working, living. (2) having; (3) to stealing; (4) from stealing;

(5)for playing; (6) for doing; (7) being talked; (8) on becoming, from putting, for making.

5. Put in the correct prepositions or adverbs.

(1) up, for; (2) out; (3) to; (4)out , of;

(5)up, against (6) round to; (7) in, with; (8) on;

Translation.

1. He felt heavily weighted with such high expectations from his parents.

2. He interpreted the incident in a favorable light.

3. I detest him, for he often goes out of his way to backbite others.

4. Many religious teachings urge people to transcend the mundane success.

5. Personal initiative is one of the essential elements in promoting your career.

6. I don’t think it is a good method of teaching to spoon-feed students.

7. I will spare no efforts to accomplish the task by the end of the next month, for I don’t want to suffer from the stigma of having broken my promise.

8. I’ve got much information pertinent to the new policies in education.

Exercises for integrated skills.

2. Fill in each blank in the passage below with ONE word you think appropriate.

(1) used (2)first (3)have (4)going

(5)with (6)offended (7)Rather (8)sign

(9)being (10)address (11)rule (12)would

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