III. 1. rewarding 2. communicate 3. access 4. embarrassing 5. positive 6. commitment 7. virtual 8. benefits 9. minimum 10. opportunities IV. 1. up 2. into 3. from 4. with 5. to 6. up 7. of 8. in 9. for 10.with
V. 1.G 2.B 3.E 4.I 5.H 6.K 7.M 8.O 9.F 10.C Sentence Structure
1. Universities in the east are better equipped, while those in the west are relatively poor.
2. Allan Clark kept talking the price up, while Wilkinson kept knocking it down.
3. The husband spent all his money drinking, while his wife saved all hers for the family.
4. Some guests spoke pleasantly and behaved politely, while others wee insulting and impolite.
5. Outwardly Sara was friendly towards all those concerned, while inwardly she was angry. VII.
1. Not only did Mr. Smith learn the Chinese language, but he also bridged the gap between his culture and ours.
2. Not only did we learn the technology through the online course, but we also learned to communicate with friends in English.
3. Not only did we lose all our money, but we also came close to losing our lives.
4. Not only do the workers want a pay increase, but they also want reduced working hours.
5. Not only is the house expensive, but it is also too far away from my company.
1. Not only can students choose when and where to learn for an online course, but they can also take time to think through answers before making a reply.
2. She is excited by the idea of online learning while be considers it meaningless and useless.
3. Communicating with native English speakers is a very rewarding experience from which we can learn a lot.
4. Today, more and more people have access to the Internet through which they look for the
information they need.
5. He wants her to give up working and stay home to look after the children. She feels, however, that this is too much for her.
6. Now that we have finished the course, we shall start doing more revision work.
5.C 6,C 7.B 8.A 9.a 10.B 11.A 12.A 13.B 14.A 15.B
XII. I am proud to say that I succeeded in learning a foreign language. It was a real challenge and, needless to say, it took a lot of practice. I carried a small dictionary with me everywhere I went as well as a notebook in which I listed new words I came across. I also managed my time carefully so that I met the standards of the course and finished assignments on time. After years of persistence, I reaped the benefits of all my hard work. Section B
Comprehension of the Text
9. hindered 10. arose
9. of 10.In
9. stuff 10. thorough
1. off/ down
9. in 10.of
V. 1.H 2.F 3.D 4.K 5.B 6.C 7.L 8.I 9.O 10. N Sentence Structure
1. Kate saw her brother Bill as she was getting off the school bus.
Or: As she was getting off the school bus, Kate saw her brother Bill.
2. As she was standing up from he seat, mother dropped the glass to the ground.
Or: Mother dropped the glass to the ground as she was standing up from her seat.
3. A policeman fired at a thief as the thief was bolting out of the house.
Or: As the thief was bolting out of the house, a policeman fired at him.
4. As she ran to catch the school bus, Sandy thought of her talk with her mother.
Or: Sandy thought of he talk with her mother as she ran to catch the school bus.
5. As the teacher entered the classroom, all the students shouted “Happy birthday" to him. Or: All the students shout ed “Happy Birthday" to him as the teacher entered the classroom. VII.
1. She listened to her favorite rock music while singing along with the words.
2. She was putting on her jeans while asking me to hand her the sweater.
3. He banged on the door while opening it.
4. In the bathroom she put on some makeup while looking in the mirror.
5. The schoolmaster shot an angry glance at the naughty first grader while talking with his parents.
1. As she was about to turn off the music, her father burst into he room and shouted at her, “Can’t you turn down the music a little bit?"
2. the owner of the bar kept watching the girl dancing while pretending not to.
3. Rock music appealed to Sandy so much that she turned it up, paying no attention to her fa ther’s objection.
4. As usual, when his parents don’t like what he wears, they start bugging him.
5. At the meeting they discussed how to keep the lines of communication open between teachers and students.
6. It makes my blood boil to think of these young boys and girls who are forced by their parents to beg for money along the streets.
9.C 10.B 11.A 12.A 13.A 14.C 15.A 16.C 17.B 18.A 19.A 20.C Structured Writing
XII. The first thing you should do t make tea is to boil water. While waiting for it to boil, you
can get your teapot out and put the right amount of tea leaves into it. When the water has come to boil, pour it into the teapot. Then wait for a few minutes to let the leaves steep. Next? Enjoy the tea.
I. 1.F 2.F 3.O 4.O 5.F plus O 6.O 7.O 8.O Comprehension of the Text
II. 1.C 2.A 3.B 4.D 5.D 6.C 7.B 8.A
9. response 10. concept
9. adjust 10. amazed
9. on 10. about
9.A 10.F Sentence Structure:
1. He had his ears pierced even though I told him not to.
2. It was exciting game even though no goals were scored.
3. He was treated exactly like all the other workers even though he had just joined the company.
4. Even though you disagree with her, she’s worth listening to.
5. There was never enough money to support his family even though he was hard-working and did two jobs at the same time.
1. After learning some simple Chinese, the American girl was able to communicate with the other students in her class.
2. When doing the writing exercise for this course, you should remember that you are writing according to a specific structure.
3. Until finished, the problem was a continuous worry to me.
4. While working at the computer, the young man was listening to music over the radio all the time.
5. The grass will grow more quickly if watered regularly.
1. I have decided to accept the new post, even though the job is not very well paid.
2. The job has been taken to be very simple until (it is) actually started.
3. Now that you are planning to move to Canada, you must try to adjust to cold weather in winter.
4. He promised to help us to buy the house, but with a little reluctance.
5. This is an important meeting. Please see to it that you are not late for it.
6. He is experienced businessman who has engaged in foreign trade for quite a few years. IX.
X. 1.A 2.B 3.C 4.B 5.B 6.A 7.B 8.B 9.C 10.A
11.C 12.C 13.A 14.B 15.C 16. C 17.C 18.A 19.B
All of my classmates believe that Sandy has a good taste for music. The music she listens to always has a clear, strong rhythm and the music has a message for us to think about. Also, the words in the music are just like poems, so beautiful and easy for us to remember.
1. They found the man.
2. He reached the airport in time.
3. The old man dimly saw the young man.
4. The young marine sat by the old man the whole night.
5. A message came saying the real son was arriving
Comprehension of the text
9. apparent 10. enable
1. The government has called for an immediate investigation of the activities of the police.
2. We applied the medicine and in a few minutes Mrs. Johnson came to.
3. She coldly said goodbye to her friends. With that she shut the door and cried in the room.
4. Whatever your reason, I shall hold to my idea that people should be allowed to have private lives.
5. To our surprise the stranger turned out to be allowed to an old friend of my mother’s.
6. He’s not in the office; he’s now on his way to London for a meeting.
7. When setting out on a long walk, always wear suitable shoes.
8. He was too disappointed by this lack of success to try again.
9. The couple loves each other dearly, but now and again they quarrel.
10. In the subway station the poor old woman begged the passengers for money, but they paid no attention to her.
9. relaxed 10.contact
1. are committed to
3. was absorbed in
4. focus on
5. made up his mind
6. driving me crazy
7. ranging from… to
8. at her best
9. Lighten up 10.kept her eyes on
9.A 10.K Sentence Structure
1. It rained for two weeks on end completely
flooding the village.
2. Not wanting to meet John at the party, she refused to attend it.
3. The bus arrived one hour late, causing me to miss the beginning of the game.
4. The marine sat thee in the dimly lit ward, holding the old man’s hand and offering words of hope and strength.
5. Realizing he was too sick to tell whether or not I was his son, I guessed he really needed me. VII.
1. I was so excited about going traveling (that) I couldn’t sleep.
2. The chairman became so angry with his secretary (that) he decided to fire him.
3. She speaks English so well (that) you would think it was he native language.
4. He was so frightened (that) he broke eye contact and looked out the window.
5. His presentation was so interesting (that) everyone listened very carefully.
1. she was so absorbed in reading the book that she was not conscious of someone coming in.
2. He was late for almost an hour for the first meeting, leaving a bad impression on everyone.
3. Consciously or unconsciously, we make up our minds about people through their eyes, faces, bodies, and attitudes.
4. Professor Zhou was committed to the cause of language teaching all his life.
5. Many how-to books advise you that if you want to make a good impression, the trick is to be consistently you, at your best.
6. The media sometimes sends mixed messages, but most people believe what they see over what they hear.
11.B 12.B 13.A 14.C 15.A 16.B 17.C 18.A 19.A 20.B
Body language is important in many cases: trying to win an election, addressing a family party, talking business at a conference, or giving a seminar at school.
1. Besides speech, people use other forms to communicate.
2. We communicate a great deal with our body