PART ONE: GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE
1. him, he 2. their, they 3. It 4. It, it 5. hers 6. His 7. myself 8.that
9. That 10. those
1. that’s 2. it 3. yours 4. you, yourselves 5. no one 6. Anybody
7. this’ll 8. everyone, everyone 9. that 10. anyone else’s
1.nor do I plan to do so.
2.nor have I never met him.
3.nor would he answer the questions of the reporters.
4.nor does it explain the success of the developing countries.
1.Afraid of failure
2. Though not necessary
3. Glad to accept
4. Cold and hungry
1. Once in bed
2. Once signed
3. Once he began to investigate the matter 4. Once the money is gone.
1-5 ADADC 6-10 CBAAC
PART TWO: VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION I.
1. enable 2. surprising 3. complaints 4. envious 5. eagerness
6. reluctance 7. unfinished 8. mysterious 9. inventions 10. encouragement
1 startled 2 clings 3 bothers 4 enable 5 regretted 6 paced 7 amazed 8 located 9 leaning 10 stress III.
1 on 2 of 3 to 4 to 5 out 6 about, about 7 out/off 8 to 9 in 10 to IV.
1-5. ABCBA 6-10. ACABA
1.C 2.C 3.B 4.A 5.D 6.B 7.B 8.D 9.A 10.C
11.D 12.A 13.B 14.D 15.C 16.A 17.B 18.D 19.A 20.A
PART THREE: READING COMPREHENSION I. 1-5 GEADC
II. 1-5ACBBC6-10 BBACC
1. loving feelings in public places 2. On the street, in the park, in restaurants, ，and even on trains and buses！. 3. Custom does not permit them to do so. 4. They often kiss each other. 5. They shake hands.
1. show envy of…
2. be content to do sth.
3. be envious of others
4. regain one’s balance of mind
5. cling to
6. complain about the weather 7. on the/one’s way to the school
8. military exercise
9. rush to the hospital
10. engage in teaching
27. Even if he is accepted to the university
28. nor could she understand anything we said
29. Once you understand this rule
30. please see to it that the order for the goods is sent out as scheduled
31. she has adjusted to life here
32. Anxious for a quick decision
PART FIVE: WRITING
I. Sentence structure
1. (1) He is a great president, even if he has many enemies.
(2) You mustn’t be conceited even though you have achieved great success.
2. (1) Unwilling to accept the job, he still nodded his agreement.
(2) Far from free to express himself in English, he still managed to describe what he had seen and heard.
3. (1) Once bathed in the warmth of such families, you will feel the great power of love.
(2) When comparing different cultures, we often pay attention to their differences. 4. (1) When I think of that experience now, I still feel amazed at my father’s calmness in the face
(2) When I think of the military training now, I still feel amazed at how much willpower I displayed then.
5. (1) I think of my hometown when I feel lonely, when I am in low spirits, and when I run into frustration.
(2) This honest official thinks of the people’s great trust when he uses his power, when he makes a choice between personal interest and larger interests, when he faces various attractions.
II. Practical Writing
1. make persuasive presentations, answer unfriendly questions, communicate more effectively. 2. how sorry I was, how unworthy I was, how I regretted it.
3. when I complain about trifles, when I am envious of another’s good fortune, when I don’t have a “good heart”.