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Key to quiz 1 BII 2011 answers to all quizzes(1)

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Key to quiz 1 BII 2011 answers to all quizzes(1)

Key to quiz 1 BII (2011)

    I. Multiple choices

    1. A 2. A 3. B 4. A 5. D 6. B7. A8. A9. B10. C 11. C 12. A13. D14. C15. D

    16. D17. C18. D19. C20. B 21. D 22.A 23. D 24. C

    II. Cloze

    1-10 ABCDC DCABC

    III. Derivatives

    sufficient exposure arrogance fragmented qualify acquisition certificate identification fertilizing implicitly IV. Phrases translation

    1. fresh out of graduate school 2. reasonably penetrating ideas 3. bring you basic satisfaction 4. presiding over a family 5. have no business in university 6. 但愿你挣很多钱

    7. 这样跟他讲 8. 最初的糟糕经历之一 9. 没有存在的必要

    10. 学生当中有一人

    V. Sentence translation

    1. This is to certify that Wang Hua is now taking the four-year undergraduate program at Southwest University of Finance and Economics. Since his enrollment from September 2009, he has been studying in the School of Foreign Languages for Economics and Trade, majoring in English.

    2. No one could go through university unaided. We acquire knowledge by attending lectures, we add to our experience by reading in library, and we maintain contact with the ideas/minds of our peers through our friend circle.

    3. If you are too much into yourself/If you close your inner thought to the outside world, or if you are too arrogantly proud of yourself, to accept care or advice from others, (then) you can neither enjoy the pleasure of friendship nor bring happiness to others.

    4. How are you to do with your college days/time? To simply pursue a scroll/a piece of paper that read Bachelor

    of Art? Or to be out to equip yourself for a useful profession after graduation?

    5. We all could be nervous on important occasions. It is also true of teachers. Chances are that every teacher has had such experience of being stuck for word while teaching in class/in the middle of a class. 66. Are you going to be the head of your family where the members will have the chance to experience a democratic spirit?

    VI. Paraphrase

    1. Will you be head of a family where kids would be brought up in a democratic spirit?

    2. The B. S. certificate would be official proof that the holder had special knowledge of pharmacy, but it would also prove that he had made contact with some profound ideas of the past.

    3. A number of such push-button savages get college degrees. There is nothing we can do about it. But even with their degrees, we cant say that these people have received a proper college education. It is more accurate to say that they have stayed in college without learning anything.

    4. You have to take responsibility for the work you do. If youre a pharmacist, you should make sure that aspirin is

    not mixed with poisonous chemicals. As an engineer, you shouldnt get things out of control. If you become a

    lawyer, you should make sure an innocent person is not sentenced to death because you lack adequate legal knowledge and skill to defend your client.

    5. The existence of the liberal arts college itself says in an implied way: In our effort to make our faculty a place

    where our students can experience a variety of life they don’t have time to live themselves, we get a lot of help

    from many people and books, present and past.

    VII. Questions

    1. He didnt understand why it was important for him to read Shakespeare and wanted the teacher to explain to him. He thought it was a waste of time for a future pharmacist to read works of literature. 2. According to the writer, in a technical school students get training and learn skills for a job, while in a university, students receive not only training but also education that helps develop their mental and moral powers.

    3. He thinks that when a person is neither working nor sleeping he should be trying to improve his mind and enrich his life through learning about art, history, philosophy and literature.

    4. The purpose of a university is not only to train students, but to put them in touch with what the best human minds have thought.

    5. He argues that reading books help add to our human experiences and lead us into a different world. He uses some great figures works as examples. He even points out that one who does not read is neither fully developed nor useful to our society.

    6. Virgil is a great Roman poet who is best known for his epic poems. Dante is an Italian poet who admires Virgil so much that in his masterpiece The Divine Comedy Virgil was depicted as his guide his through the religious pilgrim.

    7. Chaucer established English as a literary language, and Dante was one of the first writers to abandon Latin for the language of people. They both contributed to the language use in literature.

    8. Shakespeare is the most famous poet and playwright in the English-speaking countries. He is said to have written 39 plays and more than 154 sonnets.

    Book II Quiz 2 Key:

    I. Translate the following phrases into English.

    1 urgent business

    2 flakes of snow drift down

    3 biting cold

    4 wrap ones hand

    5 blood-soaked bandage

    6 the clear outline of a wolf

    7 faint crying

    8 moon-flooded cabin

    9 fog ones mind with pleasure

    10 urgent business

    II. Choose the best answer from the four choices marked A, B, C and D.

    11. B 12. B 13. A14. A 15. A

    16. D 17. C 18. D 19. C 20. D

    21. D 22. D 23. A 24. D 25. C

    26. A 27. B 28. D 29.C 30. B III. Fill in the blanks with the right form of words given in brackets..

    31. alert 32. dimness 33. mischief 34. restlessly 35. drifting

    36. warmth 37. acceptance 38. demand 39. unchained 40. thickened

    IV. Paraphrase the following sentences from the text. Use your own words and put them into simpler English. 41. She (My grandma), being very angry, would drive Maheegun out of the house with a broom. He then would stay out of the way, move his head around the corner, and wait until her anger had stopped. 42. Although my grandpa had told me several times to chain Maheegun at night time, I got so happy playing with him that I forgot to do so one night.

    43. It was dangerous to continue walking in the heavy snow, so the only choice is to stay where I was for the night and hope that the storm might be over the next morning.

    44. Everything had been covered by the heavy snow.

    45 As I had lost a lot of blood, and it was extremely cold, I was feeling very sick and weak. V. Put the following Chinese sentences into English and English sentences into Chinese. 46. Almost detained by the sudden downpour with no taxis available, the boy decided to walk in the rain. He showed up at the girls an hour later with his body soaked wet and a bouquet of red roses.

    47. Will you take this lady in front of you as your wife for life? Will you love her, stay loyal to her, for better or

    worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness or health, until death do you apart? 48. To reform test-oriented education is to reform classroom teaching first, and a student-centered teaching

    approach should gradually take the place of a teacher-centered one. 49. She had just prepared to leave the village for a nearby town to get a job when the admission letter from

    Beijing University came. The whole family were thrilled, but then she felt hesitant because of the expensive

    tuition she had to pay. Luckily, relatives and friends reached out their hands to her. 50. 整个一片白色的世界都在那声充满野性的嗥叫下兴奋起来。又过了一会儿,从远处传来了一声狼叫,

    这更温柔的叫声是另一匹狼的回应?Maheegun晃动着,喉咙里发出充满着快乐的隆隆声。他快速地从石

    头上跑下来,径直朝着冰面那边去了。

    Key Book II, Quiz 3 (Class 1)

    I.

    1. A 2. C 3. D 4. B 5. C

    6. B7. A 8. D 9. C 10. A

    11. D 12. D 13. C 14. D15. B

    16. D 17. B 18. C 19. B 20. B

    21. C 22. A 23. A 24. A 25. C

    26. D 27. B 28. A 29. C 30. C

II. commitment, dismissal, prosecutor, priority, feasibility, observatory, certainty, Reality, evidenced, statistical

    conviction, justification, deterrent, prioritize, severity,

     III Translate the following Chinese/English phrases into English/ Chinese. (10 points) 41. .采取强硬态度 get tough with

    42. 等同于 amount to

    43. 恰好相反 the other way around

    44. 阐明我的观点 illustrate my point

    45. .相比较 measure…against…

    46. 杯水车薪 a drop in the bucket

    47. be soft on 心慈手软

    48. elite group 精英队伍

    49. the select few 精选的少数

    50. not worth the cost 不值得如此花费

IV. 翻译

    1. Everybody thought the jury would convict him of murder and sentence him to life imprisonment, but its the

    other way around. He was announced innocent and released.

    2. Measured against what you have achieved, this price amounts to nothing. 3. Prison officials must make room for the new prisoners sent in almost daily. 4. This idea is too bold to be taken into consideration. Youd better dismiss it.

    5. Given the high expense of prison construction, the public wont be willing to pay, and the efficient operation of the prison system remains a long-term issue.

V. Paraphrase.

    1. In Saudi Arabia or other countries, the number of crime is little, so it is workable to punish criminals harshly

    and not cause public complaint.

    2. Although researches into the relationship between crime and punishment have been carried on for ten years, we cant produce enough proof to show that severe punishment can reduce crime.

    3. The increasing number of crimes has made it more difficult to get criminals into prison while the decreasing number of high-school graduates has made it easier to be admitted into the college of a person’s choice.

    4. First, the police force is unable to find most criminals. Second, it is difficult to prosecute those they have found, try them and finally get a court to declare them guilty, and it costs a lot of money to do so, too. 5. This would add up to a total of only 15,000 crimes. This means that only that number of crimes would be prevented if those prisoners were locked up in prison for an additional year. But each year 41 millions crimes occur. Compared with 41 million, 15,000 is a very small number.

VI.

    1. They both have high standards of admissions. You need to be excellent enough to be accepted in elite colleges;

    similarly, you need to be the most serious offenders to be accepted in prisons.

    2. They both are powerless to deal with too large number of children or criminals.

    3. Longer prison sentences are not worth the cost. Its too expensive and the public wont be willing to pay.

    4. Some possible ways out: arouse the awareness of the public to maintain a higher ethical standards; narrow the

    gap between poor and rich; less exposure of violence on media

    5. In the name of self-protection, Americans are actually locking themselves in to the outer world. More distrust

    came.

    Key Book II, Quiz 3 (Class 2)

    I.

    1. A 2. C 3. D 4. B 5. C

    6. B7. A 8. D 9. C 10. A

    11. D 12. D 13. C 14. D15. B

    16. D 17. B 18. C 19. B 20. B

    21. C 22. A 23. A 24. A 25. C

    26. D 27. B 28. A 29. C 30. C

    II. conviction justification deterrent prioritize severity imprisoned commitment observation disapproval illustration

III Translate the following Chinese/English phrases into English/ Chinese. (10 points)

    1. .采取强硬态度 get tough with

    2. 等同于 amount to

    3. 恰好相反 the other way around

    4. 阐明我的观点 illustrate my point

    5. .相比较 measure…against…

    6. 杯水车薪 a drop in the bucket

    7. be soft on 心慈手软

    8. elite group 精英队伍

    9. the select few 精选的少数

    10. not worth the cost 不值得如此花费

IV. 翻译

1. He dismissed the thought as too unrealistic to bring any profit.

    2. Everybody thought the jury would convict him of murder and sentence him to life imprisonment, but its the

    other way around. He was announced innocent and released.

    3. Measured against my kindness to him, what he did amounted to an insult to my face. 4. He can tell the weather conditions in any given year.

    5. New convicts are sent to prison daily, and how to make room for them has become a big issue for the government.

V. Paraphrase.

    1. In Saudi Arabia or other countries, the number of crime is little, so it is workable to punish criminals harshly and not cause public complaint.

    2. Although researches into the relationship between crime and punishment have been carried on for ten years, we cant produce enough proof to show that severe punishment can reduce crime.

    3. The increasing number of crimes has made it more difficult to get criminals into prison while the decreasing number of high-school graduates has made it easier to be admitted into the college of a person’s choice.

    4. First, the police force is unable to find most criminals. Second, it is difficult to prosecute those they have found, try them and finally get a court to declare them guilty, and it costs a lot of money to do so, too. 5. This would add up to a total of only 15,000 crimes. This means that only that number of crimes would be prevented if those prisoners were locked up in prison for an additional year. But each year 41 millions crimes occur. Compared with 41 million, 15,000 is a very small number.

VI.

    6. They both have high standards of admissions. You need to be excellent enough to be accepted in elite colleges;

    similarly, you need to be the most serious offenders to be accepted in prisons.

    7. They both are powerless to deal with too large number of children or criminals.

    8. Longer prison sentence is not worth the cost. Its too expensive and the public wont be willing to pay.

    9. He put forwards his observation: getting tough with the criminals is not the solution to crime problem. 10. People are getting less and less secure about the outside world as well as about themselves.

    Key Book II, Quiz 4

    I.

    1. B 2. B 3. A 4. A 5. C

    6. C 7. D 8. A 9. C 10. A

    11. B 12. C 13. D 14. D 15. C

    16. D 17. D 18. A 19. D 20. C

    II.

    21-30 CBABD DCBCA

    III.

    31. Archoo! Woops, I just sneezed. Am I getting a cold? Ive got to take in a few tablets and nip it in the bud.

    32. I still remember on my first day here in SWUFE, quite a few new comers flushed in their face with excitement; but our enthusiasm ebbed away as learning pressure came.

    33. Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia when 2.2 million homes and businesses turned their lights off for one hour to make their stand against climate change. The number of participants of this year has exceeded 1 billion.

    34. I believe that diligence can make up for want of ability, therefore I will do all that I can in every course I am taking./I believe that diligence could make up for the want of ability, so I will try my best in every course I am taking.

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35. Come up with the right answer

    36. Pile dishes

    37. Act out of concern for sb

    38. Get on the subject

    39. Demonstrate indifference to sb

    40. Snap through the pages

    41. feel cornered

    42. pitch in to work

    43. make it up

    44. come to ones aid

    45. move fast and come to a hasty conclusion

    46. take my word

    47. might as well do

    48. be at

    49. snap through

    50. resort to

    III. Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the given words.

    inconsiderate attachment typical explosion shameful demonstrative Basic relaxed considering indifference IV. Put the following Chinese sentences into English, using the expressions given.

    61. Since 1976, the world has been warming at a faster rate.

    62. This holiday isn't much fun; we might as well go back home.

    63. Wont you do this for your mothers sake?

    64. After the Christmas dinner, we all pitch in to clean up the house.

    65. When we are in trouble, they will come to our aid immediately.

    V Paraphrase the following sentences.

    66. Yes, different he cried out loud. He was angry that his wife that she often repeated what he said and this led to the occasion that he seemed not telling the truth.

    67. She showed that she had no concern for him, which made him angry as she had expected. 68. The man had shown concern for his wife, and he hoped that his wife would show her concern in return by not continuing the unpleasant conversation.

    VI Answer the following questions.

    69. The husband argued that two people from two different cultures may not really know each other. The

    husbands view is not well supported because culture can be learnt and people from different cultures can

    know each other very well if they really take understanding and communication as the starting point.. 70. After their argument, the wifes question is not answered by the husband. The wife wanted to know whether it

    is herself that her husband loves rather than anything else.

    71. Though they married and lived together for a long time, still they do not know each other, and some times they

    still act or behave like strangers. We may also say that this is really a good retort to the husband, “people from

    the same culture may not know each other.

    Key Book II, Quiz 6

    I. 1-5 BBAAD 6-10 BABAB 11-15 CBCDA 16-20 BCAB A 21-25 CADBD 26-30 DBADB

    II. ADCCD ADBDC BCACB DCACB

    III. 1. whichthat

    2. intoof

    3. mustntcant

    4. forto

    5. went towent at

    6. to missmissing

    7. responsibleirresponsible

    8. silencesilent

    9. Add that

    10. Cross out in

    IV. 1. acknowledged hero

    2. in the line of duty

    3. the tail section of the plane

    4. a huge chunk of ice

    5. mechanical failure

    6. owe ones life to him

    7. be desperate to live

    8. a mass casualty

    9. cling to

    10. go under

    11. safe for the time being

    12. on a wild night

    13. to honor the hero

    14. dripping wet

    15. a lifetime free pass

    16. raging river

    17. be suspected of getting involved in the scheme

    18. get odd jobs

    19. pitch dark

    20. get the upper hand

    V. 1. With a sharp and loud noise, Washington, the neatly well-designed city of order was thrown into a terrible confusion.

    2. Last Wednesday, the bad weather, unconcerned about the consequences it might bring about as always, made Flight 90 fall down. On that same afternoon, human nature, groping for the flotation rings and struggling in the icy

    water, came to prove its greatness displayed in an unexpected tragedy.

    3. His name was unknown, so this make others believe that anybody could do same heroic deeds. Everyone could become a hero, just like him.

    4. Skutnik gave a remark that has been said before by many people in similar situations, but it is still admirable.

    5. The fact that the man in the water who had displayed such heroism did not leave his name and no one was ever able to find it out was another reason why the whole nation felt so touched by this story. It showed that the man was a very ordinary citizen. It also proved that he did what he did not for fame or any reward.

    Key Book II, Quiz 9

    I. 1-5 BADCA 6-10 BCBDD 11-15 CCACD 16-20 DADCA 21-25 CBDAA

II. 26-30ABDBA 31-35BCDBD

III. 36. refreshed

    37 featureless

    38. gratification

    39. superhuman

    40. predetermined

    IV.

    41. The 4-hour drive on fast roads was tedious; /the only fun we had /was to count the exit signs we were passing and/ to figure out how we’d feel if we stopped again.

    42. We visited a Civil War battlefield and stood on the little hill./ One hundred and twenty-five years ago, on a hot July afternoon/, 15,000 soldiers fighting for slavery, while trying to occupy the hill, /had no idea that they would fail and that half of them would be killed in the battle.

    43. When we got home/, we not only felt fresh/ and energetic,/ but also felt that we had experienced a new way of life.

    44. In the past,/ Americans were patient to have their desires satisfied. /We saved a little money each time we got paid/ in case we might need it in the future.

    45. But what I do want to say is this:/ before we go too far,/ all of us need to seriously consider changing our lifestyle/ of seeking a quick fix in our lives.

    V.

    46. As the saying goes, toothache is not a sickness, but it makes you suffer. You see, a couple of days ago my teeth suddenly began to ache. I thought it might be caused by the ice cream I had, so I found some pain killers, hoping to get a fast relief. After several days of vain attempt, I ended up seeing a dentist. Guess what? The villain turned out to be a wisdom tooth to be removed. Now I understand that now matter how I hate to see a dentist, once a toothache comes, Id better get it over with immediately.

    47. When going abroad for further study, Chinese students, more often than not, will have difficulties in adjusting to a new environment. Faced with a new culture, they may not know how to deal with foreigners: where to meet new friends, who to say hello to, what to talk about, when to leave, why to be polite but to keep the distance. Therefore, quite a few chose to hide themselves in the Chinese circle and linger over their own cultural atmosphere.

    延迟的满足感 Deferred gratification

    对生活浅尝辄止 Skim the surface of life

    耐心等待体重称的读数下降 Wait patiently for the scale to drop

    工厂的售卖门市 Factory outlet

    倡导妇女解放 Advocate womens liberation

    人与人之间的关系 Interpersonal relationship

    放慢脚步欣赏乡村的田园美景 Slow down to appreciate the pastoral view in

    countryside

    经典小说的浓缩版 Condensed version of a classic novel

    影响生活的各个层面 Infect every level of our life

    “什么都要,马上就要”的生活方式 we-want-it-all-and-we-want-it-now life style

    Key Book II, Quiz 10

    I. 1-5 BCDBC 6-10 BCDAC 11-15 ACBDA 16-20 BADDB

    II. 21-25 tools in recognize few indicating 26-30 alone because others that appropriate

III. 31. endangered 32. indulgence 33. intolerable 34. clarify 35. marvelous

    36. sentimentality 37.emergence 38.frugality 39.grievance 40.embracing

    IV. 41. When she was in her first year in high school, she was still unable and unwilling to spend money on fancy clothes. The biggest reason was that a teacher she really liked and respected suggested her starting to prepare for college.

    42. Several times she was almost partially made believe (marriage), but she would not shoulder up the possible danger of being an unpaid housewife instead of a well-paid clerk.

    43. Her jobs added more and more pressure and her hair turned gray and she became shorter. She started having ulcer and also stomaches.

    44. She stopped driving the used car of Ford which cost less money to use, and bought an expensive oneMercedes from a new car dealer. She also joined a country club.

    45. When she walked by her shining mirror, in the beginning in a unclear consciousness, and then in a more clear but painful felling, she saw herself as what it is like in other peoples eyes. She could not endure her look in the

    mirror.

V.

    46. Before the rain comes, I will use tree branches and roots to fix the window and door. Then nobody dare despise me!

    47. Everyone is putting his mind to prepare for the coming final test, and in our dorm there is no exception. However, we four have decided that once the tests are over, we would indulge in a luxurious supper. 48.To lighten the financial burden of his parents, he had lived a frugal life since his school days. He was now better off with a job, but the old habit still remained.

    49. She went on a spending spree from the specialty shops to beauty salon, emerging transformed into a woman who believed in miracles.

    50. The government promised to take all measures to keep post-disaster epidemic from spreading, and called on the whole nation to donate money and materials for people living in the disaster-stricken area.

worldly possessions

    ones mouth waters for ice-cream

    a small variety store

    indulge the fantasy

    go on a spending spree

    be halfway persuaded

    ones conscience bothers him.

    vague awareness

    ones heart races.

    marvel at

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