1.The world has changed a lot since the 1960s, and so have universities.
2.I really enjoyed my years at university, and so did Jackie.
3.Choosing the right course is always a major problem for new students, and so is organizing
one’s time on campus.
4.I’m t hinking of going to the lecture on post-colonial literature, and so is Li Ming.
5.I think the facilities in our college have improved over the last few years, and so has the
6.We can access the Internet in our student hostel, and so can everyone else on campus.
7.I’m not very interested in politics, nor are my friends.
8.I won’t be doing much tonight, nor will my roommate.
1.Starting out at college means meeting lots of interesting people.
2.Going to bed too late means not being able to concentrate the next day.
3.Doing a course in Lit Theory means spending a lot of time on difficult subjects.
4.Being interested in literature means having an open mind about other ways of life.
5.Protesting against the Vietnam War in the 1960s meant going out onto the streets.
6.Going to college today means spending a lot of time thinking about what you will do
的。当然，一点不假，高等教育仍然重要。例如，在英国，布莱尔首相几乎实现了到2010 年让50％的30 岁以下的人上大学的目标（即使愤世嫉俗的人会说，这是要把他们排除在失业统计数据之外）。
这门课是让你在课堂上扮酷的——带着一丝熬夜太多的困劲儿，穿着一件T 恤衫，上面印着“去过那儿，干过那事儿，对，这就是那件T 恤衫”，或诸如此类带有揶揄意味的俏皮话。
1.Instead of resolving contradictions, the series of measures taken by the government gave rise
to more violent clashes. The Opposition formed an alliance with the trade unions and launched a general strike, which ultimately brought about the downfall of the government. 2.Nowadays, the gap between the university and the real world is shrinking and students are
becoming more and more practical. Gone are the days when the university was an ivory tower in which scholars pursued knowledge as an end rather than a means to an end.
3.I never hoped to learn the subject well by attending those lectures. But I did go to lectures,
for it was the place where I could get the important points of the course and learn how to organize materials and how to reason.
4.Although I have been trying every means to solve the problem, I cannot work out a
satisfactory solution. But when I went to the kitchen to get a drink, something clicked and made me realize that the solution might be quite simple.
1.The moment I saw those old photos in the drawer, tears welled up in my eyes, for my
memory went back to the days when I lived happily with my grandparents, my parents and my brothers and sisters.
2.When a student slipped on a pool of water and fell over, people’s reaction diverged from one
another. Some approached caringly to see if he was hurt and if they could help; some just stood there confusing over what to do about it; while others just tuned out.
https://www.sodocs.net/doc/8011889788.html,st Saturday morning, I did the usual and went shopping in the supermarket. When I was
about to open the door of my car, I found that I did not have my wallet on me. I could do nothing but go back home in search of it, but I failed to find it anywhere.
4.When I was a second grader, one of my classmates got a red radio-controlled toy car as a
birthday gift. The rest of us could only admire, but could not imitate, because the car was expensive and was bought in Hong Kong, a place which seemed to us as far away as New Y ork at that time.
5.These are important documents, the content of which should be kept strictly confidential. If
you need to dispose of them, you must shred them or tear them up instead of throwing them out with the trash.
6.Nowadays, white-collar crimes such as forging checks, ID cards and credit cards have
become very common. Though we have learnt much about how to prevent ourselves from being cheated, it seems that we could be its victims at any time.
7.It has been several months since the earthquake. Life has returned to normal, and people are
busy going about their business. But there is no escaping the fact that the mental trauma the earthquake brought to people will never be wiped out.
8.Why does it matter that a library has many new books and electronic resources readily
available to the readers? This is because if so, the scholars know the latest development in their own fields and know whether their research is valuable.
1.So sudden, so striking was the news that I sat motionless on sofa for a few minutes. My
first instinct was to call our leaders to tell them what had happened and see what we could do for those colleagues who died or got injured in this traffic accident.
2.Paper books for children have an enormous advantage over e-books. For children, a
beautifully printed paper book is not only a book but also a toy they can play with.
Reading a paper book is rather different from reading a book on the screen.
3.In recent years, traditional media are in the tendency of decline and new media are
developing rapidly. However, this does not necessarily mean that traditional media have lost the market. When it comes to reading things like news, people are still used to such traditional media as newspaper.
4.With the explosion of the financial crisis, many enterprises find themselves in difficulties.
For those who have no circulating fund to invest in new production and would not let the vicious circle continue, the only thing they can do is turn to government for help.
5.Though they came across many difficulties, under his leadership they successfully found
a market for their products, and the overall situation was changing for the better. In
recognition of his outstanding contributions, the company decided to give him a flat as an award.
6.When John challenged him to fencing, he was very embarrassed because he knew that he
was no match for John at it. If he took the challenge, he would surely lose; but if he didn’t, he would be a coward.
7.He caught a cold yesterday. Assuming that he would get better after a good night’s sleep,
we sent him to school this morning. But later in the afternoon, he got back home with a fever and was confined to bed.
8.In the past few years, I have had several severe illnesses and lived in a state of poverty,
but I have never abandoned my dreams. In spite of everything I clung to my dreams, which have turned out to be a great support and comfort to me.
9.He cried his heart out when he heard that he was not in the list of the school team. After
all, he had gone through months of hard training and grueling competition, and had learned how to shoot with great skill and accuracy.
10.The coach, who was known for his strictness, had meant from the very start for all the
players to shut out all the distracting thoughts and push themselves beyond their limits to ensure that they win a medal at the 29th Olympic Games held in Beijing.
11.Since after he took over the team, the new coach has always borne in mind his mission
and finally made it to the championship of the league matches. When interviewed, the coach was at a loss for words because of excitement.
12.Football is an amazing sport. Despite the fact that most finals are 0-0, 1-0 or 2-1, people
keep flocking to see football fames. For me, it remains a mystery what is so attracting about football.
1.The burglars were throwing the stolen items to the pickup and were just about to drive away
when the guards watching over the living quarters found them and called the police.
2.The three soldiers had walked with difficulty through the woods for a whole day, trying to
navigate to the east bank of the river, only to find that they had been circling in the woods and were still dozens of miles short of their destination.
3.It seems to me that the scholar who talked about animal intelligence this morning has
obviously overestimated the animal intelligence. She went so far as to suggest that chimpanzees can communicate with humans through computers.
4.As volunteers, what we need to do is not just limited to smiling to those who come to us for
information and help. We must also learn skills for cross-cultural communication, without which our performance cannot be satisfactory.