Part Ⅹ, p. 286
1. On the fine morning of May 26 a Navy aircraft took off from a military base on a mission to search for the enemy aircraft carrier.
2. The most extensive search effort in history, which involved 150 planes and dozens of ships, failed to turn up any sign of the missing aircraft.
3. I wouldn’t go so far as to say, as the author does in the book, that it’s the only explanation that covers all the facts.
4. Whatever you do, don’t look for a pay increase when you know the company is goin g through some difficulty.
5. The theory that I’m going to expand on in this book is that words do not stand for things and therefore cannot reflect the reality.
6. The Bermuda Triangle, known to soldiers as “the Graveyard of the Atlantic”, is not recognized by the U.S. Navy as a danger zone.
7. To date none of the books which have been published has offered convincing answers to the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.
8. The argument that beings from outer space have established a highly advanced civilization in the unexplored depths of the Atlantic inside the triangle sets off a dispute among scientists.
Part . XI, p. 286
Part Ⅹ, p. 253
1. It has made the headlines that the president’s wife threatened her husband with public exposure.
2. The wealthy lady’s repeated demand on a premarital agreement gre atly stung her future husband’s pride and ended up in his refusal to get married.
3. He got the money dishonestly, by forging his brother’s signature on a check, which was exposed by the media.
4. He cited a classic example to show that the police officer shot the man with justification because the man had shot at him first.
5. Make no mistake about it, some women would insist on the right to get a divorce if their husbands did not work and save money as much as they did.
6. The casual discovery of the fingerprint shed some light on the murder he had been sent to look into.
7. Unwilling to lay bare her private thoughts to a stranger, Mary only gave him an awkward smile.
8. What matters is not whether the engaged couple have faith in each other, but to view the marriage as it is, which has no bearing on romantic love.
Part XI, p. 253
Part Ⅹ, p. 225
1. In some western countries there are parents who are ready to clone children with nonfatal transplants in mind.
2. The book on cloning she asked for was not within my reach, so I referred her to the school library.
3. For Mary’s sake, I can lend you my car to get around your transport problem.
4. In the first place the couple didn’t want to clone a child, and in the second place they couldn’t afford to.
5. In theory it’s possible to clone a child to harvest organs, but in practice it would be psychologically harmful to the child.
6. He published an article under the name of “Braver” which stresses the idea that the process of cloning animals would work for humans as well.
7. As the author of this article warns us, human cloning might be something that makes men sadder than happier.
8. To some people, the question to clone or not to clone, in a sense, could be comparable to the
question to be or not to be.
Part Ⅹ, p. 192
1. Valentine’s day is the biggest day for the nation’s rose industry, as on this day the rose retailers will sell more than one million roses.
2. As for traditional flower shops, selling roses is no longer such a beautiful experience as before, because intense market competition has chased them almost out of business.
3. While discount rose retailers watch their business bloom, U.S. rose growers are going bankrupt as large amounts of foreign roses get into American markets.
4. As the imported roses account for 57% of the total American markets, the profit margin of the domestic rose growers has dropped substantially.
5. Some smart domestic rose growers have begun to work with the overseas rivals, instead of fighting them.
6. They are going to widen their business range through providing various kinds of service and becoming a representative for overseas flower producers.
7. Holding a bundle of roses in his hand, the young man walked into the office and put it on the desk of Lily, the girl he had long been in love with.
8. All the people in the office craned their necks to see this handsome young man and were eager to know the love story between the boy and the girl.
Part XI, p. 193
Part X, p. 161
1．The world has learned something concerning earthquake prediction from the Chinese, who have noted that before an earthquake, some animals would change their normal behavior.
2．As most of the people who die in earthquakes are killed by falling buildings, building structures must be improved so that they can withstand the power of earthquakes.
3．Besides working to improve building structures, people in areas where earthquakes are common should also prepare for the possibility of a great earthquake in several other aspects. 4．Keep an English-English dictionary handy, and when you cannot interpret a word with accuracy, you may refer to it any time.
5．It is sensible for every family to make earthquake emergency plans and all the family members should know how to leave the area during the chaos following an earthquake.
6．As the few remaining working telephone lines will be very busy, all of the family members should call to check in with a friend or relative who lives far away from the earthquake-stricken area.
7．People who live in the areas where earthquakes are a common occurrence should build houses that are resistant to ground movement.
8． A farmer noticed large schools of fish swimming near the surface of the water, which, he said, indicated the possible occurrence of an earthquake.
Part . XI, p. 162
Part X, p. 134
1. Mrs. Clark lies in bed motionless, and I wonder briefly if she is still alive.
2. In the final phase of his journey, the traveler in the desert depended on chewing tree leaves to ease his thirst.
3. These soldiers have received very strict training and been well equipped to fulfill the new task.
4. I clean her body carefully, trying to avoid hurting her, as she is only skin and bones.
5. Time seems to stand still. Mrs. Clark and I both become aware that she is dying, leaving this world.
6. When decorating the room, you should see to it that the carpets match the curtains.
7. It seemed that the little boy could read my mind, and he quietly gave me some newspapers of
8. Not until he saw his mother lying in bed, dying, did he realize how much he loved her.
Part XI, p. 134
Part X, p. 103
1. His parents did not approve of his plan to go and study abroad with a girl they had never met, but he went ahead and got to New York with her.
2. It is said that the painter used his aunt as the model in the painting whose face represented suffering yet strength.
3. The real Ken did not like the three-dimensional Barbie dolls, which were described as having the appearance of “a woman who sold sex”.
4. The novelist instantly rose to fame in 1950 with the publication of Good-bye, My Dear, a novel inspired by his experience with a girl on his older brother’s farm.
5. After the war, a character called Uncle Sam began appearing in political cartoons, and soon became America n’s most popular symbol.
6. The painting shows a serious-looking man and a woman standing alongside him in front of a farmhouse, their models being respectively the painter’s dentist and sister.
7. In order to have the buffalo on the other side of the nickel, he went to the Central Park Zoo to sketch an aging buffalo which was later killed for a wall decoration.
8. One story says that “US” was short for “Uncle Sam” whose real name was Sam Wilson who had once worked with a man who had signed a contract with the government to provide meat to the US Army.
Part XI, p. 103
Part Ⅹ, p. 73
1. Our school operates on the principle that moral values and academic achievements are equally important.
2. The new teaching program was suspended last term because the teachers in the department protested its demands and the strain associated with more intense work.
3. We see ourselves as preparing our students for a way of life by cultivating a comprehensive set of principles that can affect all of them.
4. The basis of the Character First idea is that every human being has a unique potential that is based on character, not intelligence or wealth.
5. We were warned by the teacher in the first lesson that students got a grade not only for academic achievement but also for attendance and best effort.
6. Once parents agree in writing to accept and demonstrate the school’s philosophies and outlook, the students can gain admission.
7. In the Hyde School greater attention is paid to the establishment of a fruitful relationship with each student while in the traditional high school setting the focus is on the teacher and the material.
8. The school stresses the idea that it is worthwhile for parents to participate in school activities together with their children.
Part XI, p. 73
Part Ⅹ, p. 42
1. Most people with low iron reserves don’t know they have an iron deficiency.
2. It is not sufficient only to check levels of the blood protein that transports oxygen.
3. Men are not safe, especially those who eat little meat and have a high level of physical activity.
4. It’s advisable for people in these groups to have a yearly blood test to check blood iron reserves.
5. Iron supplements may produce a feeling of wanting to throw up, and may be poisonous in some cases.
6. The best sources of iron are meat, chicken, fish, dates, beans, and some leafy green vegetables.
7. The reason why people sometimes take iron supplements is that the supplements supplement the small amount that naturally occurs in grains.
8. Cook tomato sauce in an iron pot for three hours, and its iron content increases strikingly. Part XI,
7 “人们认为只要不到第三阶段，就不会有什么问题，这种看法是不对的。”帮助策划珀杜研究约翰L 比尔德说。
Part Ⅹ, p13
1. My thanks go to those who still stuck by me when I fell upon dark days.
2. Now that he has published a popular novel which earns him a large amount of money, he is able to buy a new house and a car.
3. The police said that their suspicions were aroused because the girl had other marks on her body.
4. How can you talk to her like that? She is the one who brought you up and helped you finish school.
5. Hard as the road for these students after school will be, their prospects are bright.
6. In order to have enough money to run the business, he sold his newly-bought house at auction even at a substantial loss.
7. He is fully justified in criticizing the police commissioner for poorly supervising his department.
8. These ancient buildings which are under protection have been restored beautifully to attract foreigners.
Part XI, p. 13
7. 但最主要的, 阿布迪先生通过获取银行贷款和与不同的人做交易，仅支付威廉斯先生所欠他们的一部分，最后以大约50万英镑的价格，买下了绝大部分房产。