1.They would stare at them.
2.He felt embarrassed/ashamed.
3.He never let on.
4.He usually walked there with the help of his son.
5.He was pulled on a child’s sleigh to the subway station.
6.He liked baseball,dances,and parties.
7.He asked them to sit down and fight with him.
8.He was proud of his son.
9.He missed him very much and was sorry for what he had thought about him.
10.He learned to have a good heart from his father.
1.the difficulty in coordinating the steps
2.whether a person has a good heart
3.a good heart
4.the baseball team
5.sat down to fight
6.what the son has achieved,i.e.serving in the Navy
7.sensed my reluctance to be seen with him during our walks
8.the reluctance to walk with him
1.More than3,000cars were recalled yesterday because of a brake problem.
2.He came to the meeting despite his serious illness.
3.See to it that the same mistake won’t happen again.
4.Now that they’ve got to know more about each other,they get along better.
5.Then I found myself surrounded by five or six boys.
6.I send you my best wishes on this happy occasion.
1.This book is easy to find in the library.
2.Kitchen floors are not easy to keep clean.
3.George is hard to get along with.
4.His attitude is difficult to accept.
5.This information would be impossible to gather without using computers.
It became increasingly difficult for her parents to understand her behavior.
It is very difficult for the government to deal with the problem.
It is impossible for you to win such a prize.
It was hard for us to take such criticism.
It is convenient for you to prepare these meals.
1.At that moment,we really had no vocabulary with which to express our feelings.
2.He was then14years old,a rather late age at which to start a formal education.
3.But a regular inspection every four or five years cannot provide enough information by which to judge the effectiveness of a school.
4.They can usually find another person with whom to share the pain.
5.The professor helped John choose a likely publisher to whom to send his novel.
6.They believe that marriage will provide them with a partner in whom to trust.
A.paces:a single step in running or walking
B.pace:the phrase“keep pace with”means change,increase or move as fast as sth.or sb.else
C.pace/speed:rate or speed in walking,running,advance of a plan
D.speed:a(rate of movement)calculated by dividing the distance travelled by the
A.adjust:If you adjust something such as your clothing or a machine,you correct or alter its position or setting.
B.adjusted:make small changes in order to improve sth.or make it more suitable. We use“carefully”to modify“adjust”but not“change”.
C.change:make or become different
D.changed/adjusted:change or move slightly
A.precisely/exactly:accurately and carefully
B.precisely/exactly:used to emphasize that a particular thing is completely true or correct
C.exactly/precisely:used when emphasizing that sth.is no more and no less than a number or amount,but“exactly the same”is more commonly used.
D.precisely/exactly:correctly;no more,no less than a number or amount
A.puzzled:confused because you cannot understand sth.,especially because it is different from what you expect.We say“puzzled face”but not“confused face”.
B.puzzled/confused:unable to understand what sb.is saying or what is happening.
C.confused/puzzled:you do not know exactly what is happening or what to do.“Get confused”is more commonly used.
D.puzzled/confused:unable to understand sth.or the reason for sth.5.
A.urged:request earnestly or strongly recommend
B.persuade:make sb.believe or do sth.by talking to him
C.urged:encourage or stimulate sb to do sth.
D.persuade:make sb.believe or do sth.by talking to him
3.Expressions in Chinese Romances
4.Agree or Disagree
5.What Is Love?
6.What’s Wrong with Them?
Part 4.Further Development