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Unit 1

P3:After Listening

Complete the following statements according to what you have heard.

1. much more advanced

2.apply some academic pressure gave in to his pleas/gave up

3. a duck takes to water

4. memorizing (stuff) thinking

5. ample space to grow

P10: Content Questions

Pair work

One of you asks the first six questions and the other answers. Starting from question7, change roles. When you have finished, the teacher may want to put some of the questions to you to check your progress.

1.They were studying arts education in Chinese

kindergartens and elementary schools in Nanjing.

2.Their 18-month-old son Benjamin was fond of trying to

place the key into the slot of the key box during their stay at the Jinling Hotel.

3.They would come over to watch Benjamin and then try to

teach him how to do it properly.

4.Because he realized that this anecdote was directly relevant

to their assigned tasks in China: to investigate early childhood education and to throw light on Chinese attitudes toward creativity.

5.Most of them displayed the same attitude as the staff at the

Jinling Hotel.

6.He emphasized that the most important thing is to teach

the child that one can solve a problem effectively be oneself.

7.He means that this incident pointed to important

differences in educational and artistic practices between China and USA.

8.The manner in which the Chinese staff saw the need to

teach the child by guiding his hand is characteristic of a broader attitude to education, one that stands in contrast to the Western preference for leaving the child to explore and learn unaided.

9.One example is of children at the age of 5 or 6 painting

flowers, fish and animals skillfully and confidently; in a second example, calligraphers 9 and 10 years old are producing excellent works; and in a third, young artists work on perfecting their craft for several hours a day. 10.Americans think that unless creativity has been acquired

early, it may never emerge, and skills can be picked up later. Chinese think that if skills are not acquired early, they may never be acquired, and there is no hurry to promote creativity.

11.This is mainly due to the difference in their way of


12.The author makes the suggestion that we should strike a

better balance between the poles of creativity and basic skills.


Working on Your Own

Do the exercises and then compare your answers with a partner.


1) The text begins with an anecdote.

2) His thoughts are mainly about different approaches to

learning in China and the West.

3) He winds up the text with a suggestion in the form of a



1) Chinese Americans

Show a child how to do something, teach children that they

or teach by holding the hand should rely on themselves for

solutions to problems

2) give greater priority to developing put more emphasis on skills at an early age, believing that fostering creativity in creativity can be promoted over time young children,

thinking skills can be

picked up later

P12 Language Sense Enhancement

1. (1)summarizing (2)value originality and independence

(3) contrast between (4) in terms of (5) harbor

(6)fearful (7)comparable (8)promote creativity

(9)emerge (10)picked up

P14: V ocabulary


1. 1)insert 2)on occasion 3)investigate 4)In retrospect

5)initial 6)phenomena 7)attached 8)make up for

9)is awaiting 10)not in the least 11)promote


2. 1)a striking contrast between the standards of living in the

north of the country and the south.

2)is said to be superior to synthetic fiber.

3)as a financial center has evolved slowly.

4)is not relevant to whether he is a good lawyer.

5) by a little-known sixteenth-century Italian poet have found their way into some English magazines.

3. 1)be picked up can’t accomplish am exaggerating

2)somewhat the performance have neglected

they apply to

3)assist On the other hand are valid a superior

P16 II . Confusable Words

1. continual continuous

1)continual 2)continuous 3)continual 4)continuous

2.principal principle

1)principal 2)principal 3)principle 4)principles


P18 III. Usage



3.herself/by herself/on her own



6.yourself/by yourself /on your own

P 18: Comprehensive Exercise

I . Cloze

1. (1)contrast (2)exaggerating (3)priority

(4)on the other hand (5)promoting (6)pick up

(7)assist (8) accomplish (9)on occasion (10)neglecting

(11)worthwhile (12)superior

2. (1)end (2)perform (3)facing (4)competent

(5)equipped (6)designed (7)approach (8)rest

(9)definitely (10)quality

P19 II. Tranlation


1)It takes an enormous amount of courage to make a departure from the tradition.

2)Tom used to be very shy, but this time he was bold enough to give a performance in front of a large audience.

3)Many educators think it desirable to foster the creative spirit in the child at an early age.

4)Assuming (that) this painting really is a masterpiece, do you think it’s worthwhile to buy/purchase it?

5)If the data is statistically valid, it will throw light on the problem we are investigating.


To improve our English, it is critical to do more reading, writing, listening and speaking. Besides, learning by heart as many well-written essays as possible is also very important. Without an enormous store of good English writing in your head you cannot express yourself freely in English. It is also

helpful to summarize our experience as we go along, for on so doing, we can figure out which way of learning is more effective and will produce the most desirable result. As long as we keep working hard on it, we will in due course accomplish the task of mastering English.

P25: Translation

1. 孩子们在糖果,电子游戏上的花费之大令家长们十分震惊(或者更确切地说,孩子们的超支行为似乎是在竭力仿效父母,这令家长们十分震惊),于是家长便设法把孩子们的钱存起来不让用。

2. 以复利计算,年息达到70%以上。

3. 他们使用自己的资金我不加任何限制,不作任何询问,我还根据要求随时提供打印的账单。

4. 教育孩子们看问题要有长远目光的唯一途径,是让孩子们


P25: Lanquaqe Pracrice

1. Match the definitions (定义)in Column(栏)B with the words

or phrases or phrases in Column A.

g1) h2) e3) c4) f5) a6) b7) d8)

2.Fill in the gaps with words or phrases chosen from the box.

Change the form where necessary.

1)adopt 2)account 3)from your point of view 4)ended up

5)furthermore 6)fund 7)annual 8)keeping track of 9)pace 10)intends 11)perspective 12)devise

P29a Part III Supplementary Exercises

2. Translate the following into English:

(parental duties ) (an ultimate purpose )

( make up for a misdeed ) (well-intentioned)

(worthwhile goals)

3.Translate the following sentences into English:

1)(But one of the most telling lessons Ellen and I got in the difference between Chinese and American ideas of education came not in the classroom but in the lobby of the Jinling Hotel where we stayed in Nanjing.)

2)(With a few exceptions my Chinese colleagues displayed the same attitude as the staff at the Jinling Hotel.)

3)(But the critical point was that, in the process, we were trying to teach Benjamin that one can solve a problem effectively by oneself.)

4)(In retrospect, it became clear to me that this incident was indeed key—and key in more than one sense.)

5)(The contrast between our two cultures can also be seen in terms of the fears we both harbor.)

Unit 2

P31 After Listening

1.the accuracy of his calculation

2.six and a quarter cents



P37 Comprehension Content Questions

Pair Work

1.The Salvation Army is a religious charitable organization. A Salvation Army bell ringer is a volunteer who helps it collect donations.

2.The boy asked him: Are you poor? He did it simply out of confusion and curiosity. Obviously he knew nothing about the Salvation Army bell ringer.

3.He said, “I have more than some people, but not as much as others.” This means that he was neither poor nor rich.

4.The boy’s mother scolded him because the question was socially inappropriate, especially to a person who looked poor.

5.Yes, economically he is poor. He lives in a small basement apartment. He doesn’t even have a color TV. He falls into the lowest income category. And so on.

6.No, the writer does not feel poor. This is because he has enjoyed good health and creativity which he thinks are much more important than material goods.

7.He feels out of place among people who are primarily

interested in material things.

8.She told him that she was interested in what’s on the inside. But after he took her to his poorly furnished apartment, she changed her mind completely.

9.It only shows that to her the most important thing was still material goods rather than what she had claimed before.

https://www.sodocs.net/doc/8f18993026.html,mercials can put people under pressure to purchase more than is really necessary.

11.Because December is the time for him to work for the Salvation Army as a bell ringer, which gives him a genuine sense of belonging and brings him happiness in helping others.

12.The boy’s question has helped the writer realize that, despite his lack of expensive possessions, he is rich in many other ways and should be thankful for that.

P38 Working on Your Own


2)the essay is meant to explain something that is, the author’s view of life.

3) that one can live a life full of riches without being rich financially.

2. Parts Paragraphs Main Ideas

Part One Paras. 1-2 The writer’s encounter with a

boy who raised the question

“Are you poor?”

Part Two Paras.3-12 In search of an answer the

writer finds that not having

expensive possessions doesn’t

make him feel poor mainly

because he enjoys life in many

other ways.

Part Three Para.13 In conclusion, the writer thinks

he’s grown to understand

more about himself because of

the boy’s question.

P39 Language Sense Enhancement

1. (1)attain (2)wear and tear (3)dependable

(4)modest (5)primarily (6)minimal

(7)exceptionally (8)illness-free (9)spirited

(10 )energizing

P41 V ocabulary


1. 1)abrupt 2)emotional 3)bless 4)wear and tear

5)dated 6)consequences 7)seemingly 8)in contrast to

9)Curiosity 10)genuine 11)primarily 12)sentiments

2. 1) confronted with more than one problem, try to solve the easiest one first.

2) vital to the existence of all forms of life.

3)some confusion among the students about what to do after class to follow up on the subject.

4)nothing more than a job and an apartment to be happy.

5)ticked him to think that she’d come to ask his advice.

3. 1)a lingering fabricating sentiments

2)fill out every item vital consequences

3) be denied tangible cherish attain

I I Words with Multiple Meanings


1.It is a long trip and will take us five hours by bus.

2.She arrived early and took a front row seat.

3.Don’t take me for a fool.

4.It takes a lot of imagination to fabricate such a story.

5.My uncle will take me (along on his trip) to the Arctic this


6.He took the dinner plate I passed to him.

7.Kevin took second prize in the weight-lifting competition.

8.If you don’t take my advice, you will regret it.

P45 III Usage

1. hanging

2.to give

3.to return

4.being praised

5. not having written

6.to say

7.to open

8.being helped P46 Comprehensive Exercises


1. (1)well-off/affluent (2)dated (3)falling into (4)bracket

(5)deny (6)tangible (7)pursuit (8)cherishes (9)place

(10)abrupt (11)focus (12)donations

2. (1)consume (2)fueled (3)annual (4)plain

(5)physically (6)security (7)indicates (8)equally

(9)traditional (10)follows

II .Translation


1)The company denied that its donations had a commercial purpose.

2)Whenever he was angry, he would begin to stammer slightly.

3)Education is the most cherished tradition in our family. That’s why my parents never took me to dinner at expensive restaurants, but sent me to the private school.

4)Shortly after he recovered from the surgery, he lost his job and thus had to go through another difficult phase of his life.

5)In contrast to our affluent neighbors, my parents are rather poor, but they have always tried hard to meet our minimal



With more and more donations coming in, our university will be much better off financially next year. We will thus be able to focus on the most important task that we, educators, must take on: to encourage students to attain their scholarly/academic goals, to train them to be dependable and responsible individuals, to prepare them for the life ahead, and to guide them in their pursuit of spiritual as well as material satisfaction.

P53 Translation

1. 只有在美国,一个亿万富翁才能像普通百姓一样生活,而不爱干扰。





P53Language Practice

1.Match the definitions in Column B with the word or phrases

in Column A.

f1) c2) g3) e4) b5) a6) h7) d8)

2.Fill in the gaps with words or phrases chosen from the box.

Change the form where necessary.

1)stunned 2)hold(fast)to 3)folks 4)generosity 5)discount 6)liable 7)ranks 8)on the run 9)make up 10)blends in 11)by all accounts 12)comes into contact with

P57a Part III Supplementary Exercises

2.Translate the following into English:

( the lowest income bracket) (the gift of creativity )

( the pursuit of material possessions) ( a turning point) (go through a rough time )

3.Translate the following sentences into English:

1)(Yet I feel nothing more than a passing whim to attain the material things so many other people have. )

2)( I’ve enjoyed exceptionally good health for 53years. It’s not just that I’ve been illness-free, it’s that I feel vigorous and spirited.)

3)(When I write a beautiful line of poetry, or fabricate a joke that tickles someone, I feel rich inside. I’m continually

surprised at the insights that come through my writing process. )

4)(What was most important to her, she told me, was “what’s on the inside.” I thought I had found someone special to share my life with. )

5)( The pressure to purchase is real. It may be true that everybody wants a high-end TV. After all, nobody wants to be a nobody.)

Unit 3

P59 After Listening

1.Boomers parents grandparents

2.cowards/cowardly questioned

3.harsh/difficult/hard entertainment having fun

P68 Comprehension Content Questions

Pair Work

1.There are seven characters—Father, Mother, Heidi, Diane, Sean, Restaurant Manager, and Mrs. Higgins.

2.No. Because what he dose usually ends up embarrassing them.

3.To buy a guitar.

4. To check if Sean was doing OK there.

5.He knew his father was going to embarrass him.

6.It was unnecessary and embarrassing.

7. He wanted Dan to pressure his son into asking Diane to the senior prom.

8.He would speak to his son and insist that the latter give Diane

a call.

9.She felt humiliated.

10.Because the Thompsons had just moved.

11.He tried to let her know how exceptionally talented a young woman Heidi was.

12.Because she couldn’t bear being embarrassed by her father. P69 Working on Your Own

1. No. Settings

2 The Thompson family dining room

3 An office at a high school

2. Scenes Main Ideas

Scenes One Father embarrassed Sean by talking too

proudly to the restaurant manager.

Scenes Two Father embarrassed Diane by persuading a

colleague into pressing his son to ask her to

the senior prom.

Scenes Three Father embarrassed Heidi by boasting to an

official at her new school about how

talented she was.

P69 Language Sense Enhancement

1.(1)once in a while (2)trade for (3)the problem

(4)he thinks (5)humiliated (6)class president (7)have (8)Actually (9)think (10)interference

P72 V ocabulary


1.1)typical 2)dumb 3)junior 4)glorious 5)welfare

6)came over 7)interference 8)fading 9)narrowed down 10)frank 11)schemes 12)at any rate

2. 1)consists of five generals and four police officers.

2)will be in a location overlooking the lake.

3)was humiliated by her comments about my family

background in front of so many people.

4)have any proof that it was Henry who stole the computer?

5)was exhausted after the long cycle ride.

3.1)hysterical was handed down by should have known

better than

2)twisted over and over talented son

3)patience not to keep him in suspense assured repeatedly P74 II.Collocation









P75 III. Usage


1.be admitted


3.be postponed


5.be banned


P75 Comprehensive Exercises

I Cloze

1. (1)typical (2)welfare (3)constant (4)frank (5)talent

(6)dumb (7)know better than that (8)repeatedly

(9)dread (10)interference (11)bet (12)assure

2. (1)despite (2)really (3)same (4)contact

(5)admitted (6)attempt (7)not (8)tend (9)different


II Translation


1)Have scientists found proof of water on Mars?

2)The planning committee has narrowed down the possible

locations for the nuclear power plant to two coastal town. 3)Sam not only lost his job but also both legs; he had to live on welfare for the rest of his life.

4)A jury consisting of 12 members voted in unison that Mary was guilty.

5)Sean felt humiliated to hear his talent being questioned.


George, the son of Mr. Johnson, liked listening to heavy metal music in the evenings., which made it hard for other residents in the community to fall asleep. Eventually the exhausted neighbors lost their patience and decided on direct interference. They called Mr. Johnson to tell him in a frank manner what they were thinking. Mr. Johnson assured them that he would certainly settle the issue. As soon as he put down the phone he scolded his son, “What has come over you? You should know better than to disturb others for your own amusement.”In the end George traded his CD’s for computer games software from his classmates.

P82 Comprehension Check.

Choose the best answer for each of the following.







P82 Translation




Unit 1 Part Ⅱ Reading Task Vocabulary Ⅰ1. 1)respectable 2)agony 3)put down 4)sequence 5)hold back 6)distribute 7)off and on 8)vivid 9)associate 10)finally 11)turn in 12)tackle 2. 1)has been assigned to the newspaper’s Paris office. 2)was so extraordinary that I didn’t know whether to believe him or not. 3)a clear image of how she would look in twenty years’time. 4)gave the command the soldiers opened fire. 5)buying bikes we’ll keep turning them out. 3. 1)reputation; rigid; to inspire 2)and tedious; What’s more; out of date ideas 3)compose; career; avoid showing; hardly hold back Ⅱviolating Ⅲ;in upon Comprehensive Exercises ⅠCloze back; tedious; scanned; recall; vivid; off and on; turn out/in; career ; surprise; pulled; blowing; dressed; scene; extraordinary; image; turn; excitement ⅡTranslation As it was a formal dinner party, I wore formal dress, as Mother told me to. 2)His girlfriend advised him to get out of /get rid of his bad habits of smoking before it took hold. 3)Anticipating that the demand for electricity will be high during the next few months, they have decided to increase its production. 4)It is said that Bill has been fired for continually violating the company’s safety rules. /Bill is said to have been fired for continually violating the company’s safety rules. 5)It is reported that the government has taken proper measures to avoid the possibility of a severe water shortage. /The local government is reported to have taken proper measures to avoid the possibility of a severe water shortage. 2.Susan lost her legs because of/in a car accident. For a time, she didn’t know how to face up to the fact she would never (be able to) walk again. One day, while scanning (through) some magazines, a true story caught her eye/she was attracted by a true story. It gave a vivid description of how a disabled girl became a writer. Greatly inspired, Susan began to feel that she, too, would finally be able to lead a useful life. Unit 2 Part ⅡReading Task Vocabulary Ⅰ1. 1)absolutely 2)available 3)every now and then 4)are urging/urged 5)destination 6)mostly 7)hangs out 8)right away 9)reunion 10)or something 11)estimate 12)going ahead 2. 1)in the examination was still on his mind. 2)was completely choked up by the sight of his team losing in the final minutes of the game. 3)was so lost in study that she forgot to have dinner. 4)has come up and I am afraid I won’t be able to accomplish the project on time. 5)of equipping the new hospital was estimated at﹩2 million. 3. 1)were postponed; the awful; is estimated 2)reference; not available; am kind of 3)not much of a teacher; skips; go ahead Ⅱ;on Ⅲor less of/sort of 4. kind of/sort of 5. more or less 6. or something Comprehensive Exercises ⅠCloze up; awful; practically; neighborhood; correspondence; available; destination; reunion; Mostly; postponing; absolutely ; savings; embarrassment; phone; interrupted; touch; envelope; signed; message; needed ⅡHalf an hour had gone by, but the last bus hadn’t come yet. We had to walk home. 2)Mary looks as if she is very worried about the Chinese exam because she hasn’t learned the texts by


Unit 4 Fresh Start In-Class Reading Fresh Start 新的开端 1当我父母开车离去,留下我可怜巴巴地站在停车场上时,我开始寻思我在校园里该做什么。我决定我最想做的就是平安无事地回到宿舍。我感到似乎校园里的每个人都在看着我。我打定主意:竖起耳朵,闭上嘴巴,但愿别人不知道我是新生。 2第二天早上我找到了上第一堂课的教室,大步走了进去。然而,进了教室,我又碰到了一个难题。坐哪儿呢?犹豫再三,我挑了第一排边上的一个座位。3“欢迎你们来听生物101 课,”教授开始上课。天哪,我还以为这里是文学课呢!我的脖子后面直冒冷汗,摸出课程表核对了一下教室——我走对了教室,却走错了教学楼。 4怎么办?上课途中就站起来走出去?教授会不会生气?大家肯定会盯着我看。算了吧。我还是稳坐在座位上,尽量使自己看起来和生物专业的学生一样认真。 5下了课我觉得有点饿,便赶忙去自助食堂。我往托盘里放了些三明治就朝座位走去,就在这时,我无意中踩到了一大滩番茄酱。手中的托盘倾斜了,我失去了平衡。就在我屁股着地的刹那间,我看见自己整个人生在眼前一闪而过,然后终止在大学上课的第一天。 6摔倒后的几秒钟里,我想要是没有人看见我刚才的窘相该有多好啊。但是,食堂里所有的学生都站了起来,鼓掌欢呼,我知道他们不仅看见了刚才的情景,而且下决心要我永远都不会忘掉这一幕。 7接下来的三天里,我独自品尝羞辱,用以果腹的也只是些从宿舍外的售货机上买来的垃圾食品。到了第四天,我感到自己极需补充一些真正意义上的食物。也许三天时间已经足以让校园里的人把我忘在脑后了。于是我去了食堂。 8我好不容易排队取了食物,踮脚走到一张桌子前坐下。突然我听到一阵熟悉的“哗啦”跌倒声。抬头看见一个可怜的家伙遭遇了和我一样的命运。当人们开始像对待我那样鼓掌欢呼的时候,我对他满怀同情。他站起身,咧嘴大笑,双手紧握高举在头顶上,做出胜利的姿势。我料想他会像我一样溜出食堂,可他却转身重新盛一盘食物。就在那一刻,我意识到我把自己看得太重了。


【一】全新版大学英语综合教程1课后题 Unit 1 Growing Up Part II Language Focus Vocabulary Ⅰ.1. …down back and on in 2. been assigned to the newspaper’s Paris office. so extraordinary that I didn’t know whether to believe him or not. clear image of how she would look in twenty years’ time. the command the soldiers opened fire. bikes we’ll keep turning them out. 3. , rigid, to inspire tedious, What’s more, out of date ideas , career, avoid showing, hardly hold back Ⅱ. violating Ⅲ. , in upon Comprehensive Exercises Ⅰ. Cloze 1. back

and on out/in 2. Ⅱ. Translation 1. 1.As it was a formal dinner party, I wore formal dress, as Mother told me to. 2.His girlfriend advised him to get out of/get rid of his bad habit of smoking before it took hold. 3.Anticipating that the demand for electricity will be high during the next few months, they have decided to increase its production. 4.It is said that Bill has been fired for continually violating the company’s safety rules. /Bill is said to have been fired for continually violating the company’s safety rules. 5.It is reported that the government has taken proper measures to avoid the possibility of a severe water shortage. /The local government is reported to have taken proper measures to avoid the possibility of a severe water shortage. 2. Susan lost her legs because of / in a car accident. For a time, she didn’t know how to face up to the fact that she would never (be able to) walk again. One day, while scanning (through) some magazines, a true story caught her eye /she was attracted by a true story. It gave a vivid description of how a disabled girl became a writer. Greatly inspired, Susan began to feel that she, too, would finally be bale to lead a useful life. Unit 2 Friendship I. Vocabulary 1. Fill in the gaps with words or phrases given in the box. 1) absolutely 2) available


3.Many products for sale seem to scream at us, "Buy me! Buy me!" Advertising is a big busin ess in our world with many products competing for our attention. Think of the last time you boug ht clothes. You probably noticed the variety of colors, patterns, fabrics and brands you could choo se from. Which kind of soft drink would you like to have today or what kind of computer do you want? Advertisers are skilled in the art of making their products look the best to appeal to our se nses. But products aren't always what they seem. Sometimes advertising is deceptive and as cons umers ,we must be careful about what we choose to buy. It is important to learn to compare prod ucts and identify our purpose in purchasing the things we need. But the good thing about advertising is that it helps people to make decisions and refine thei r choices. In the United States, the Ad Council creates timely public service messages to the nation. Th eir purpose is to raise awareness of public problems that citizens can respond to. Inspiring ads ca use individuals to take action and even save lives. Pollution in America, for example has been red uced over the years because of the creative Public Service advertisements that the council provid es" Please, please don't be a litter bug, 'cause every 'litter bit' hurts." Many families have taught t heir children to place litter in the trash can in response to this catchy phrase, which has affected g enerations as each succeeding generation has taught their children not to litter. 4.Nature imposes difficult conditions upon the earth from time to time . The tornado and fo rest fire destroy natural resources ,homes and other structures ,and very often harm or kill peopl e . Technological tragedies happen with little or no warning as we see trains crash and airplanes f all from the sky shortly after take-off. As tragic as calamities are , they seem to bring out the best in human nature . people trained in em ergency care arrive at the scene and begin assisting the inj ured .Others come with equipment to remove debris. Men , women ,and young people willingly c ome to the scene of an accident , hoping to be of help in some way . These selfless acts of kindne ss make our world a better place . compassion eases the wounds of calamities. American Airlines flight number 587 crashed less than three minutes after taking off from JF K Airport in New York in November,2001. Witnesses s aw an engine fire develop on the plane’s nu mber one engine located under the left wing of the aircraft .seconds later ,the airliner crashed int o eight homes ,completely destroying four of them .All 260 people aboard the airplane were kille d along with six people at the crash site ,leaving many people to mourn the loss of their loved on es .the residents (people who live in the area of the crash ) rallied together to comfort those griev ing, while others removed bodies from the wreckage and did the necessary clean-up. 工程实施困难的条件下在地上的时候。龙卷风和森林火灾破坏自然资源,房屋和其他建筑物,和经常伤害或杀死人。技术的悲剧发生在很少或没有预警,因为我们看到火车事故,飞机起飞后不久就从天空坠落。一样悲惨的灾难,他们似乎显示出人性中最好的。在急诊受训的人到达现场并开始帮助受伤的人则跟设备清除残骸。男人,女人,和年轻人自愿来到事故现场,希望能有帮助。这些无私的善举让我们的世界变得更美好。同情减轻灾害的伤口。 美国航空公司587号航班坠毁不到三分钟后从纽约肯尼迪机场起飞,11月2001。目击者看到一个引擎火灾发展在飞机上的1号引擎位于下飞机的左翼,接着后,客机坠毁八家,完全摧毁了四个260名乘客的飞机遇难连同6人在事故现场,造成许多人悼念失去的亲人,居民(住在崩溃的面积)聚集在一起,安慰那些悲伤,而另一些人则从残骸,并把尸体移走必要的清理。 5.Success can be reached in different ways by people in different careers. Bill Gates began at age to program computers,His vision for personal computing has been central to the success of M icrosoft Corporation, the company he founded with his childhood friend in 1975 . The former CEO of General Electric, Jack Welch, is a business legend. A famous quote by Mr. Welch is,” Chang before you have to. ”He believes in leading by example and encourages his empl oyees to do their best every day. Michael Jordan s aid,”I accept failure, but I can’t accept not trying.” He is one of the best athl etes to ever play team sports. His great smile, athletic achievements, and pleasant personality ha ve made him one of the most famous athletes in the world. Michael Jordan spent a lot of time pla ying basketball as a child but in senior middle school he was taken off the team . Instead of giving up , he worked through adversity and became the greatest basketball player yet .


1. Complete each of the following sentences with an appropriate form of the word in brackets. 1. (attention) Correct answer inattention 2. (qualify) Correct answer qualified Correct answer Navigation 4. Correct answer participants 5. Correct answer unconscious 6. Correct answer competence 7. Correct answer inequalities 8. morning. (request) Correct answer

requested 9. Correct answer varied 10. Correct answer partners 2. Fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate preposition or adverb. 11. Correct answer in 12. Correct answer of 13. Correct answer to 14. accident. Correct answer at 15. Correct answer beyond 16.

Your answer Correct answer from from 17. Your answer Correct answer to to 18. Your answer Correct answer on on 19. Your answer Correct answer in in Your answer Correct answer On On 3. Complete each of the following sentences by choosing the best answer from the choices given. 21. The buses, ___________ were already full, were surrounded by an angry crowd. A. most of which B. both of which C. few of them D. those of which 22. There's only one man ____________ the job. A. qualified for


Unit 1 Key to Exercises Part I Pre-Reading Task Script for the recording: Ways of learning is the topic of this unit. It is also the topic of the song you are about to listen to, called Teach Your Children sung by Crosby, Stills and Nash. Teach Your Children Crosby, Stills and Nash You, who are on the road, Must nave a code that you can live by. And so, become yourselr, Because the past is just a goodbye. Teach your cbildren well, Their lather's hell did slowly go by. And reed them on your dreams, The one they picks, the one you'll mow by. Don't you ever ash them why, ir they told you, you will cry, So just look at them and sigh and know they love you. Appendix I - 93 - And you, oi tender years, Can't know the rears that your elders grew by. Ana so please help them with your youtb, They seek the truth before tbey can die. Teacb your parents well, Tbeir children's bell will slowly go by. And reed them on your dreams, Tbe one tbey picks, tbe one you'll kno w by.


Key to Exercises Opener Mary is thinking of getting a tattoo tomorrow afternoon. She asks Mel to join her, but Mel cannot because she has to work tomorrow. And then Mary invites Mel to go to a party tomorrow night. Mel hesitates at first, but finally decides to go with Mary. They will meet at eight o’clock. Abbreviation Meaning 1. TGIF Thank God it’s Friday 2. AMA Ask me anything 3. OMG Oh my God! 4. YOLO You only live once 5. FOMO Fear of missing out 6. FYI For your information 7. LOL Laugh out loud 8. TBH To be honest 9. PPL People 10. ETA Estimated time of arrival Transcript: A: Hey, Mary. B: Hey, Mel. A: TGIF.

B: TGIF. A: Mel, I need some advice on something. B: AMA A: Yeah, thanks. I’m thinking of getting a tattoo. B: OMG! Really Are you serious A: Well, YOLO. B: That’s true. A: Well. B: When are you going to do it A: I’m thinking tomorrow afternoon. Do you want to come B: Oh, I’d love to come, but I’ve got to work tomorrow. Oh, major FOMO. A: What a shame! B: Yeah, A: Well, FYI, there’s a party tomorrow night. And if you are not busy, you can come to that instead. B: I’m not busy, but TBH I really need to take it easy this weekend. A: What That’s so not like you. B: LOL, that’s true. A: Party is in Hackney Wick. It’s gonna be good, good music, good PPL. B: Oh, major FOMO again. Oh, what the hell Yes, why not I’ll go.


Unit 1 Personal Relationship In-Class Reading The Gift of Life 以生命相赠 1 炸弹落在了这个小村庄里。在可怕的越南战争期间,谁也不知道这些炸弹要轰炸什么目标,而它们却落在了一所由传教士办的小孤儿院内。 2 传教士和一两个孩子已经丧生,还有几个孩子受了伤,其中有一个小女孩,8岁左右,双腿被炸伤了。 3 几小时后,医疗救援小组到了。医疗小组由一名年轻的美国海军医生和一名同样年轻的海军护士组成。他们很快发现有个小女孩伤势严重。显然,如果不立即采取行动,她就会因失血过多和休克而死亡。 4 他们明白必须给小女孩输血,但是他们的医药用品很有限,没有血浆,因此需要匹配的血型。快速的血型测定显示两名美国人的血型都不合适。而几个没有受伤的孤儿却有匹配的血型。 5 医生会讲一点越南语,护士会讲一点法语,但只有中学的法语水平。孩子们不会说英语,只会说一点法语。医生和护士用少得可怜的一点共同语言,结合大量的手势,努力向这些受惊吓的孩子们解释说,除非他们能输一些血给自己的小伙伴,否则她将必死无疑。然后他们问孩子们是否有人愿意献血来救小女孩。 6 对医生和护士的请求,孩子们瞪大眼睛,一声不吭。此时小病人生命垂危。然而,只有这些受惊吓的孩子中有人自愿献血,他们才能够得到血。过了好一会儿,一只小手慢慢地举了起来,然后垂了下去,一会儿又举了起来。 7 “噢,谢谢,”护士用法语说。“你叫什么名字?” 8 “兴,”小男孩回答道。 9 兴很快被抱到一张床上,手臂用酒精消毒后,针就扎了进去。在整个过程中,兴僵直地躺着,没有出声。 10 过了一会儿,他发出了一声长长的抽泣,但立即用那只可以活动的手捂住了自己的脸。 11 “兴,疼吗?”医生问。 12 兴默默地摇了摇头,但一会儿忍不住又抽泣起来,并又一次试图掩饰自己的哭声。医生又问是不是插在手臂上的针弄疼了他,兴还是摇了摇头。 13 但现在,偶尔的抽泣变成了持续无声的哭泣。他紧紧地闭着眼睛,用拳头堵住嘴,想竭力忍住哭泣。 14 医疗小组此时非常担忧,因为针不会使他们的小输血者一直感到疼痛。一定是哪里出了问题。恰好这时,一名越南护士前来帮忙。看到小男孩在哭,她用越南话很快地问他原因。听了小男孩的回答后,又立即作了回答。护士一边说,一边俯身轻轻拍着小男孩的头,她的声音亲切柔和。 15 一会儿,小男孩不再哭了,他睁开眼睛,用质疑的目光看着越南护士。护士点了点头,小男孩的脸上马上露出了宽慰的神色。 16 越南护士抬起头平静地对两名美国人说: “他以为自己快死了。他误解了你们。以为你们要他献出所有的血,小女孩才能活下来。” 17 “那他为什么还愿意这么做呢?”海军护士问。 18 越南护士把这个问题向小男孩重复了一遍。小男孩简单地回答道: “她是我的朋友。” 19 他为了朋友甘愿献出自己的生命,没有比这更伟大的爱了。


Unit 1 Living in Harmony Enhance Your Language Awareness 1. Text A amaze bunch bundle capacity commerce conquer display drop roast rob style symbol vague figure Text B appreciate participate shift slip 1)My neighbours are a friendly bunch of people. 2)Dave amazed his friends by leaving a well-paid job to travel around the world. 3)The employees in this company work an eight-hour shift . 4)The professor came to the classroom with a bundle of newspapers under his arm. 5)A passenger asked the driver: “Could you drop me off near the post office? I'd like to post a letter.” 6)The little girl's capacity for learning languages astonished me. 7)How many countries will be participating in the Olympic Games? 8)I like the typically French style of living. It is so romantic. 9)They have made their fortunes from industry and commerce . 10)They threatened to shoot him and rob him of all his possessions.


Teaching Planning College English Integrated Course Book Three Unit Two The Freedom Givers Zhong wen 1.Background Information Teacher: zhong wen Students: 56 sophomores Content of the textbook: unit-2 text A the Freedom Givers Textbook: foreign language teaching and research press Time duration:10 minutes 2.Textbook Analysis The author tells three stories about the Underground Railroad and early Black civil rights movement. The three stories are chosen because they are representative of all participants in this movement: John Parke r is a freed slave who later turned into a courageous “conductor”; Levi Coffin is a brave white “conductor”; Josiah Henson is a slave who struggled his way to freedom with the help of the Underground Railroad. We learn about the name of Josiah Henson at the beginning of the text, yet his full story is not told until the last part. In this way the author achieves coherence of text. 3.Students Analysis The class is made up of 56 students, with 30 girls and 26 boys ,who have a good knowledge of Basic English, but know very little about the American culture behind the language. So in this introduction part, It is necessary to introduce some background information to the students before reading 4.Teaching Objectives Students will be able to: 1.understand the main idea(early civil-rights struggles in the US, esp. the underground Railroad) 2.grasp the key language points and grammatical structures in the text, 3.conduct a series of reading, listening, speaking and writing activities related to the theme of the unit 4.Appreciate the various techniques employed by the writer (comparison and contrast, topic sentence followed by detail sentences, use of transitional devices,etc.); 5.Teaching Procedures: Greetings Step 1 Lead-in T: Today we are going to talk about the ethic heroes in American history, before the class, I’d like to introduce the slavery to all of you. T: Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States, during his term of office; he led the civil war and abolished the slavery. T: In the battle against slavery, not only did the president try his best to abolish this system, but also the people, especially the black people living in the South America try hard to fight for their own feat. Today, we will introduce some freedom givers in the American history. Before

新编大学英语1综合教程练习unit 8

UNIT 8 COPING WITH AN EDUCATIONAL PROBLEM I.I. Key words & phrases ability accumulate acquire adequate affect astonish compete complex decline faculty function handful humble idle ignorant jam luxury miracle portable scare slice suggestion swear upset better off break down compete with in amazement make a living by run out of search for sum up Additional Vocabulary scholarship 奖学金 this year’s graduate 应届毕业生 golden collar worker 金领工人 net capital 净资本 academic credit system 学分制 like water off duck’s back 把…当耳边风 netter 网虫 bullet train 子弹头列车 quality of population 人口素质 heuristic education 启发式教育 teach through lively activities 寓教于乐 emeritus professor 名誉教授 degrade oneself 掉(身价) stamp the card 打卡 WAP phone 上网手机 excessive consumption 提前消费 top student 高材生 inter-disciplinary talent 复合型人才 human capital 人力资本 intensive training class 强化班 alleviate burdens on students 减负 online love affair 网恋 magnet train 磁悬列车