Book II Unit 2
7. 1. must have seen the tickets for tonight’s play 2. must have
been here many times
3. may have gone bad
4. may not have received the present
8. 1. Nancy was glad to have quit her part-time job before her final exams.
2. Aren’t you ashamed to have
eaten all the fruit in the basket?
3. We are really grateful to have received so much care during our visit here.
4. Henry was foolish to have
trusted such a liar.
9. 1. The public noticed that since
that local official left,
his position had been
vacant for a couple of
2. Seeing the girl looking around helplessly on the platform, the young porter asked politely if she needed any help.
3. I recognized your companion the minute he appeared at the door. He looked just as you had described. 4. We didn’t bother to find a hotel, for my good friend invited us to stay in her house and put a luxurious car
at our disposal. 5. While the professor was turning the suitcases inside out to find his glasses, his wife was sitting comfortably in an armchair watching the whole scene.
6. I turned my back on her because she expected me to treat her like a queen.
10. 1.seeing a doctor as soon as
possible 2.working for
another hour 3.
buying a new car
4. going to the cinema
5.having been to New York
6.quitting my job
7.speaking it 8.
being recognized 9.
spending all that money 10. losing my job
11. A formal letter of acceptance : kind invitation will be pleased to attend
A formal letter of refusal: be held at the Holiday Inn they are unable to attend due to a previous engagement
I. 1. shiny 2. snowy 3.dirty 4. windy 5.
brotherly 6. lovely 7.
II. 1. swarm into the long sleeper train 2. shut the window in my face 3. a terrible blow to my dignity
4. cut sb short sharply 5. turn one’s back on sb 6. a state not to be described 7. look around helplessly
8. be of service to sb 9. be entirely at sb’s disposal 10. turn sth inside out
III. 1. D 2. J 3. G 4. A 5. H 6. K 7. B 8. E 9. C
10. F 11. I
IV. 1. to 2. platform 3. swarming 4. if 5. sharply 6. face
7. blow 8. official 9. short 10. bother 11. on 12. treated 13. described
V. Passage 1 BDDCB Passage 2 CADBD
VI 1. an invitation 2. the 2
floor 3. another famous writer 4. beaming 5. the writer’s
Exercises for PRETCO I.
Section A BDBCA
Section B BCCBB
Section C 11. familiar 12. poets 13.endlessly 14. made 15. Combinations
II 1—10 ADADB BACBC 11-20 DDBCC CADBA
21. had lived 22. will be turned 23. to be invited 24. sleeper 25. Having been
26. foolish 27. less 28. helplessly 29.
luxurious 30. impatient
III 1. 1963 2. $ 1.8 billion 3. color cosmetics 4. men’s skin
care 5. 1-800-MARY KAY/
6. weapons 7. Benjamin Franklin 8. 2,000 million 9. 365 10. one’s closed car
IV 1. 他突然插进一则粗俗不堪的笑话？使当
时的庄严气氛丧失殆尽。 2. 他在遗嘱中安排
3. 这些旅客是和一些商人一起来的。 4. 他毫不费力地帮他妹妹解出了这道数学题。
V， Dear Mr. John Smith,
We are sorry we cannot
immediately send you the catalogue
and price list for which you ask in
your letter of March 10. Supplies
are expected from the printers in
two weeks and as soon as we
receive them, we will send you a