Key to exercises in Book 3
1. beneath 2. disguised 3. whistles 4. restrain 5. grasp 6. longing 7. praying 8. faithful 9. pledge 10. drain
1. tell ( our teacher) on you 2. track down 3. work it out 4. picking on me 5. reckoned with 6. call on 7. on his own 8. get through 9. in disguise 10. revolves around
1. G 2. O 3. D 4. I 5. K 6. L 7. B 8. F 9. A 10. N ?
1. advice 2. level 3. problems 4. necessity 5. skills 6. experience
8. value 9. tool 10. manner 7. solution
1. air-conditioned 2. handmade 3. thunderstruck 4. heartfelt 5. data-based 6. self-employed 7. custom-built 8. weather-beaten
1. well-informed 2. new-found 3. hard-earned 4. soft spoken 5. newly-married 6. widely-held 7. well-meant 8. well-educated
1. no matter how different it may seem from any other substance
2. No matter what a woman tries to do improve her situation
3. No matter what excuse he gives
4. No matter what anyone else may think
5. no matter how they rewrite history
1. Just as we gained fame in victory, we lost nothing in defeat. 2. Just as the head teacher plays a significant role in the school, Jane plays a significant role of leader in the classroom.
3. Whoever was out there obviously couldn’t see him just as he couldn’t see him.
4. She has been searching all her life for the perfect chocolate just as I have been searching for the perfect beer.
5. You can make those kinds of comparisons just as you were doing the analyses a minute ago
1. No matter how experienced a speaker you are, and how well you have prepared your speech, you will have difficulty making a speech at such a noisy reception. 2. Just as all his sister’s friends cared about him, Jimmy cared about them.
3. Car manufactures stamp a vehicle identification number at several places on new cars to help track down stolen vehicles.
4. If you dare tell on me when the teacher gets back I won’t say a word to you any
5. Some elderly people prefer to live on their own while the great majority choose to
live with their children.
6. Here is something that needs to be reckoned with: how to get the necessary finances to establish the company.
1. B 2. A 3. C 4. A 5. D 6. A 7. D 8. D 9. C 10 B 11. B 12. B 13. A 14. C 15. D 16. C 17. A 18. C 19. D 20. A
1 “It was an autumn night in my native Nova Scotia.”
2. They “ were vacationing in (it) for the night.”
3. “ It took me years, thought, to learn that the love in our family didn’t just happen.”
4. “ First, love needs time.”(Para. 3)
“Love needs another, harder to find quality as well, the ability to let go.”(Para. 7)
“ Finally, love needs words to make it real.” (Para. 11)
5. “ It can only be achieved through patience and understanding.”
1. C 2. B 3. D 4. D 5. A 6. D 7. A 8. C
1. hollow 2. considerate 3. rival 4. elastic 5. paralleling 6. inspire 7. manipulate 8. acknowledged 9. soaring 10 respective ?
1. on 2. apart 3. with 4. along 5. on 6. into 7. of 8. between 9. up 10. of
1. moderate 2. consume 3. advisable 4. modified 5. evidence 6. restricted 7. calculate 8. remedy 9. impact 10. sufficient IV.
1. bounce back 2. summed up 3. Up to 4. at risk 5. went to zero 6. goes up 7. interfere with 8. derived from 9. In general 10 take in
1. G 2. K 3. O 4. N 5. J 6. A 7. C 8. D 9. F 10. I
1. cost 2. pollution 3. potential 4. quality 5. chance 6. crime 7. interest 8. efficiency 9. strength 10. creativity
1. appearance 2. utterances 3. attendance 4. hindrance 5. maintenance 6. resistance 7. performance 8. existence 9. occurrence 10. acceptance VIII.
1. world-famous 2. ice-cold 3. snow-white 4. waterproof 5. waist-deep 6. carefree
1. Mr. Howe, my favorite professor, has received a Distinguished Teacher Award. 2. Yesterday I went fishing, something I hadn’t done in years.
3. Some women are normally inactive but then all of a sudden start a program of intense exercise, an action that breaks the laws of sports science. 4. Even a brief visit to Greece, a modern country with ancient civilization, gives you a deep sense of its culture.
5. The ancient Chinese, a people of inventors, discoverers, philosophers, soldiers, poets, craftsmen, gave the world many of its most useful things.
1. His homework done, his composition written, Larry decided to go and see the film. 2. The manager sat quietly in the office, (his) eyes closed, waiting for the telephone to ring.
3. The room was a mess, empty bottles and beer cans (being) everywhere. 4. When I walked in, Grandpa was sitting at the kitchen table, the newspaper spread before him.
5. Diana stood motionless at the end of the diving board, tears streaming down her cheeks.
1. The defendant, a woman of only 30, kept insisting on her own innocence. 2. All things considered, dates, beans and some leafy green vegetables are the best sources of iron.
3. No beverages are served with meals because they interfere with digestion. 4. Taking the popularity of the region into consideration, it is advisable to book hotels in advance. 5. If you have a feeling of wanting to throw up after taking this drug, stop taking it immediately and consult your doctor as soon as possible. 6. 6. Summing up the discussion, he said both parties should consider the most effective way to solve the problem.
2. 铁质储量为零时( 你会觉得虚弱(疲乏无力(喘不过气(这是缺铁第三阶段
1. D 2. C 3. C 4. A 5. D 6. A 7. B 8. D 9. C 10. B 11. A 12. B 13. D 14. A 15. D 16. A 17. D 18. C 19. C 20. A
1. O 2. F 3.F 4. O 5. F 6. O
Comprehension of the Text
1. D 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. A 6. C 7. A 8. A
1. implying 2. complicated 3. obstacle 4. exhibited 5. possess 6. multiplied 7. equip 8. speculate 9. concentrating 10. strength IV.
1. applied to 2. In response to 3. is associated with 4. in contrast to 5. in the say way that 6. attribute to 7. go through 8. engage in 9. benefited greatly from 10. stems from
Exercises on Web course only:
11. in addition to 12. are separated into 13. focus on 14. A succession of accidents
1. cultivate 2. comprehensive 3. controversial 4. suspend 5. insulted
6. preliminary 7. conventional 8. reform 9. worthwhile 10. publicity
1. His girlfriend's father saw him as a man who could not make a living.
2. The course was canceled over the students' protest.
3. The problem is so difficult that we cannot work it out without the help of our
4. Children tend to do/try their utmost when they know their parents are making similar efforts.
5. The new teaching program didn't work well in the school at the outset.
6. I was kind of excited when I received the letter that offered me an interview.
7. The school is scheduled to open on September 1.
8. They appeared to offer a free computer, complete with software and a printer.
9. In spite of hardships, they made real efforts that have resulted in more progress than expected.
10. Many people make things more difficult for themselves because they still operate
on the principle that you should not ask for help, or you might seem weak. V.
1.F 2. M 3. K 4. D 5. C 6. G 7. L 8.O 9. I 10. B
1. cold 2. competition 3. debate 4. desire 5.
4. heat 7. interest 8. love 9. pleasure 10.
1.historic 2. atomic 3. optimistic 4. energetic 5. economic
1. responsibility 2. rapidity 3. mobility 4. curiosity 5. publicity 6.
1. In Britain, as in America, there is a great demand for educational reform. 2. In Greece, as in Italy, people use a lot of olive oil in cooking. 3. As in the Hyde School, values such as courage, integrity, leadership, curiosity
and concern are the first, most important lesson in some public inner-city schools
4. In China, as in Japan, a large number of middle school students take
supplementary classes in order to get into a famous university. 5. As in the middle of the 1950s, many young people went down to the countryside
in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
1. Once you've practiced a bit, you'll find that it's quite easy. 2. Once the meal was finished, the discussions began.
3. Once you show any fear, he will attack you.
4. Once parents make a commitment to the program, they will be daily role models
for their children.
5. Once customers come to rely on these systems, they almost never take their
1. In his thinking, as in his behavior, he is very traditional. 2. Once the teachers agree to accept the new teaching program, they have to face
the strain it puts on them.
3. In the long run, it is worthwhile to pursue one's study after graduating from university instead of going to work directly.
4. As the school operates on the Character First principle, moral values and
academic achievements are stressed equally.
5. It is said that the meeting, which is scheduled to be held this month, will be put
off till next month.
6. The school sees its job as preparing its students for life by cultivating a comprehensive set of principles that can benefit all of them. XII.
1.B 2. D 3. A 4. B 5. D 6. B 7. A 8. D 9. C 10. B
ll. B 12. A 13. C 14. C 15. A 16. B 17. C 18. A 19. D 20. B
1. D 2. A 3. C 4. A 5. B 6. A 7. B 8. A
1. exert 2. analyzed 3. differ 4. consult 5. discarded
6. volume 7. delicate 8. convert 9. dismissed 10. flexible
1. in, from 2. on 3. to 4. beh ind 5. From, to
6. between, up 7. for 8. to 9. from 10. through
1. inspected 2. assembled 3. exaggerated 4. versions 5. universal 6. approved 7. recruit 8. evolved 9. dedicated 10. solemn
Exercises on Webcourse only:
11. contracts 12. Independence 13. reputation 14. destruction
1. worked on 2. approve of 3. went ahead 4. for sale 5. come up
6. refashioned into 7. rise to fame 8. captures my attention 9. evolved from 10. named
Exercises on Webcourse only:
11. posing for 12. go against
1. C 2. E 3. F 4. N 5. O 6. K 7. A 8. H 9. L 10. I
1. respect 2. influence 3. credit 4. confidence 5. support
6. acceptance 7. fame 8. insight 9. recognition 10. experience
N Concordance File
The bottom line is that you gain respect from others only when you 1 rwsblu10 have learned to respect yourself.
Because of their larger numbers and more active lifestyles, senior
2 citizens are gaining social influence in the country both politically srblu05
3 The witness’s story gained credit with the jury. nwblu09
Perhaps you have used clothing to gain confidence when you
4 anticipated a situation full of stress, such as a job interview, or a tbb2u08
La Pierre’s comments, which implied that the government was
intentionally failing to enforce gun laws in order to keep violent 5 erblu07 crime high, thereby gaining popular support for more restrictive
measures, was “outrageous.”
Some college administrators say public service may also help high 6 srblu06 school graduates gain acceptance to the college of their choice.
7 He did not gain distinction by continuously training for his event. rwsb2u02
Pupils use drama to gain insights into moral and social issues in 8 nwblu05 works of literature.
They are not doing this to gain recognition or money; they are doing 9 rwtb2u02 this for the sake of society
People gain work experience, and, in addition, employers can afford 10 rwtblu01 to employ them.
1. intelligence 2. consequence 3. significance 4. ignorance 5. indifference 6. competence 7. brilliance 8. magnificence
1. coexists 2. co-director 3. cooperate 4. co-pilot 5. co-author
1. Jimmy walked slowly to the corner of the playground, his face covered with tears. 2. The taxi sped away, its lights disappearing into the distance.
3. Their stomachs crying for food, their back burning from too much sun, both boys gathered their things and headed for home.
4. Barbara just lay there, her mouth trembling, her eyes unfocused, unable to say a word. 5. Then the two players let him fall to the track, his chest landing first, his head following, bouncing, and finally lying still.
1. Most snakes, although with a threatening appearance, aren’t really dangerous if you leave
2. Women, even though with the same abilities, have failed to approach the income of men. 3. Though with a severe lack of coal, the principal was not forced to close the school. 4. She is capable of making complete French meals even though with no cheese after salad. 5. When in doubt about the result of your test, call the test office.
1. Everything considered, this city is the world’s most exciting city.
2. Though with no approval from his parents, he went ahead with his plan to study abroad. 3. The bridge was named after the hero who gave his life for the cause of people. 4. It is said that the painter used his mother as the model in the painting whose faced represented suffering yet strength.
5. The writer instantly rose to fame in 1950 with the publication of a novel inspired by his experience with a girl on a farm.
6. 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 w2ith the government to provide meat to the US Army.
1. A 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. B 6. D 7. A 8. C 9. A 10. B 11. A 12. C 13. A 14. C 15. C 16. A 17. D 18. D 19. A 20. D
1. To crush is to press something so hard that it is damaged or destroyed. Here Mary compares herself to a thing that is too weak to resist the pressure, i.e., the harsh words from publisher. Mary admits that she is extremely upset.
2. At the very beginning Engelbreit did not expect to draw greeting cards; she aimed high. Now that she was told her style was better suited for drawing greeting cards, she felt it was a comedown from high expectation. To her, drawing greeting cards was a fall from her life’s goal.
3. The card is personified. As we know, a card cannot boast. Only the creator of the card boasts. However, the writer means to say that the card is communicating a proud message. 4. Acid means having a sour or bitter taste. When one has an acid tongue, he or she is very bitter to others, that is , he or she is very critical of others.
5. A trademark is a special name, sign, word, etc. marked on a product; it is a special sign or a distinctive characteristic. Now being cute is Mary’s distinctive feature.
6. A core is the central part of certain fruit. A core of one’s life is the most important part of
one’s life. The whole sentence means Engelbreit treasures old-fashioned art and values most. 7. When one puts his or her feet firmly on the ground, he or she is down-to-earth. In other words, he or she is very realistic and practical.
8. When you say an artistic work takes off, you mean it begins to be successful.
Comprehension of the Text
1. A 2. D 3. B 4. C 5. C 6. B 7. A 8. D
1. crush 2. astonishing 3. comprised 4. features 5. decorated 6. elaborate 7. influential 8. annual 9. humorous 10. sample Exercises on Webcourse only:
11. distribution 12. distinctive 13. commerce 14. license
1. to 2. down 3. on 4. into 5. to
6. with 7. off 8. at 9. up 10. up
Exercises on Webcourse only:
11. in, at 12. from, with 13. of 14. to
9. classification 10. recreation
1. by name
2. in high gear
3. turned out
4. At times
5. as to
6. stem from
7. put in
8. on the subject of 9. in the interest of 10. work on