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  1) thoughtful

  2) might as well/may as well/could as well

  3) draw your attention to

  4) marvelous

  5) settle for

  6) done with

  7) Competitive competitive

  8) pains/pained

  9) bonus

  10) shrink

  11) delivery

  12) overheard

  13) sour

  14) for rent

  15) stack

  16) reproduce

  1) inquired

  2) informed

  3) awful

  4) settle for

  5) trash

  6) claimed

  7) Normally

  8) a piece of cake

  9) be done with

  10) enable

  11) am entitled

  12) quite a while

  1) ask for

  2) was set up/has been set up

  3) pulled up

  4) gives off

  5) was held up

  6) keep up

  7) ran over

  8) made up

  9) be left out

  10) cut off

  1) It pained Jenny to learn of Jim's refusal to help her with the translation.

  2) The extra work to be assigned to you will greatly cut into your spare time.

  3) We'd been at the job for hours, but we hardly made a dent in it.

  4) You have no business saying those nasty things about Dick.

  5) We might as well listen to the radio program since there isn't anything interesting on television.

  1) standee

  2) payee

  3) grantee

  4) addressee

  5) a person who is absent

  6) a person who is being trained

  7) a divorced person

  8) a person who is appointed

  1) output

  2) breakdown

  3) setup

  4) Takeoff

  5) drawbacks

  6) breakthrough

  7) cutback

  8) takeover

  1) paper, store, shop, case, cream

  2) making, keeping, bathing, conditioning, walking

  3) market, way, stop, board/smith, ground

  4) pill, water, material, point, machine

  5) pour, look/put/come, come,

  6) out, back/up, through/down/out

  1) a dozen years

  2) dozens of times

  3) two dozen passengers

  4) dozens of phone calls

  5) three dozen boxes

  6) a dozen bottles/a dozen bottles of wine

  1) a great deal of pain "has been caused by evils which have never happened"

  2) the elderly lady Miss Morris quarrelled with was none other than her future mother-in-law

  3) this essay is well-written except for a few grammatical mistakes

  4) I just caught the train in time

  5) You can't eat your cake and have it too

  1) You ought to know better than to go swimming straight after a meal.

  2) Uncle Rob should have known better than to trust that treacherous son of his.

  3) Sally is old enough to know better than to spend all her money on fancy goods.

  4) Miss Miller certainly knows better than to explore the desert all alone.

  5) His college sons should have known better than to try to get the best out of their employees by threatening them with bodily harm.

  6) You ought to know better than to go out in this freezing weather in those thin clothes. You'll get frozen.

  1) delivery

  2) a piece of cake

  3) inquire

  4) pulling up

  5) stacks

  6) deadline

  7) marvelous

  8) enable

  9) cut into

  10) settle for

  11) settled our accounts

  12) minimum

  13) known better than

  1) advertisement/ad

  2) read

  3) No

  4) like

  5) words

  6) towards

  7) which

  8) sizes

  9) sitting

  10) water

  11) bottle

  12) one

  13) started

  14) passed

  15) run/pass

  16) into

  17) coming

  18) if

  19) quit

  20) hour

  21) wrote


  1) 我们接到通知,财政部长将于次日接见我们。

  We were informed that the Minister of Finance was to give us an audience /receive us the next day.

  2) 我觉得很奇怪,他似乎不记得自己的生日。

  I thought it odd that he didn't seem to remember his own birthday.

  3) 学期论文最迟应在下星期二交来,可是至今大部分学生却几无进展。

  Next Tuesday is the deadline for handing in the term papers, but most students have hardly made a dent in the work so far.

  4) 看到学生人数不断减少,校长心里很难受。(pain)

  It pained the headmaster to find the number of students shrinking.

  5) 在那个国家一般用现金付账,但支票变得普遍起来了,不久会代替现金作为人们结账的一种方式。

  Cash is commonly used in paying bills in that country, but checks are becoming more popular and will, in a short while, replace cash as a way for people to settle their accounts.

  6) 该公司声称,这条河流的污染不是它造成的。

  The company claims that it is not responsible for the pollution in the river.


  1) cited

  2) as for

  3) exaggerate

  4) Statements

  5) preface

  6) justified

  7) horizon

  8) authority

  9) follow up

  10) advanced

  11) and so forth

  12) threw light on/shed light on

  13) pressing

  14) burden

  1) refuted

  2) swallowed

  3) predict

  4) outlined

  5) proof

  6) For the sake of

  7) advanced

  8) cited

  9) In a way

  10) cast

  11) promptly

  12) appealed to

  1) rested on

  2) fall back on

  3) appeal to

  4) followed

  5) up

  6) was straying from

  7) aimed at

  8) bring out

  1) If the door was not opened by force, it follows that the burglar had a key

  2) Children tend to be credulous because they have not had much experience in the real world.

  3) The information the police had just obtained threw light on the mystery of the stolen antiques.

  4) The three-month military training may well work a change in his living habits.

  5) If this is the case, he is fully justified in blaming her.

  1) a band worn around the ankle

  2) a little brook

  3) a little star

  4) a little stream

  1) forecasts

  2) forefathers

  3) foresight

  4) foregoing

  5) forerunner

  6) forecast/foretell

  1) sunsolar

  2) dental


  4) paternalmaternal

  5) moonlunar






  1) John won't like it but Jack will.

  2) She was poor but honest.

  3) I've explained more than once and I'm not going to again.

  4) Is it a color or black and white film?

  5) Having washed and changed, Linda went out on to the verandah.

  6) His aunt and uncle had to work long hours to keep body and soul together.

  7) Do you want to buy seats in the orchestra or the balcony?

  8) I should have lent her the money and helped her out of the difficulty.

  9) Joe hid his face behind his newspaper lest he should have to speak to acquaintances and expose his uneasiness.

  10) When Sarah was finally reunited with her children at the airport they kissed and hugged each other.

  1) Because he is good, it doesn't follow that he is bright.

  2) Just because she failed the exam, it doesn't follow that she has no brains.

  3) Joan has been to France many a time, but it doesn't follow that she has obtained a good command of French.

  4) It's true that Ben's got a better job, but it doesn't follow that he'll be paid more.

  1) I'm sure Jim will come if asked.

  2) No artistic creation can achieve greatness if divorced from life.

  3) This hotel, if not well managed, will yield little profit.

  4) Joe was shocked to learn that his illness could result in total blindness if left untreated.

  1) To her horror, Mrs. Pride saw her neighbour killed in broad daylight.

  2) To our amazement, we heard the 70-year-old man had beaten the young athlete in the match.

  3) To his surprise, Ted found that his learned cousin knew very little about the subject.

  4) To her great relief, Mrs. Dane found her husband unhurt in the traffic accident.

  5) To my deep regret, I won't be able to attend the ceremony.

  6) To their dismay, the travellers found that the bridge had been washed away.

  1) starts off

  2) superstitious

  3) promptly

  4) exaggerates

  5) fall back on

  6) authorities

  7) aim at

  8) outlines

  9) throwing light on

  10) rests on

  11) credulous

  12) burden

  1) where

  2) by

  3) you

  4) don't

  5) come

  6) That's

  7) change

  8) over

  9) even

  10) reason

  11) understate

  12) someone

  13) task/thing

  14) way

  15) no

  16) much

  17) no

  18) position

  19) those

  20) can

  21) an

  22) little

  23) on

  24) hope


  1) 萧伯纳在他一个剧本的前言中提出这样的看法:今天人们比在中世纪时更加迷信。

  In the preface to one of his plays, Bernard Shaw advances the idea that people are more superstitious today than they were in the Middle Ages.

  2) 丈夫死后,她只好独自挑起抚养五个孩子的经济重担。

  After her husband died, she had to bear the severe financial burden of raising five children by herself.

  3) 证明或驳斥某个论点的最好办法之一是从亲身经历中举出例子。

  One of the best ways to prove or refute a point is to cite examples from your own experience.

  4) 亨特说贝蒂老是夸大他的缺点,这话很可能会引起一场争吵。

  Hunt's statement that Betty always exaggerates his faults may well lead to a quarrel.

  5) 我当时对她绝对信任,无论她告诉我什么,我都会相信。

  I trusted her so much that I would have swallowed any story she told me.

  6) 一家人聚拢来讨论经济问题时,父亲一开头就说,每月存点钱是绝对必要的,遇到紧急情况,我们可以依靠积蓄。

  When the family gathered to discuss matters of finance, Father started off by saying that it was absolutely necessary to set aside some money each month, for in an emergency we could fall back on our savings.







  语法:语法存在的本来意义是指导一个人如何将所掌握的单词组织成句子,而不是从ABCD中选出正确选项。高中时代迫于高考的淫威,大多数人能够熟练地将语法应用于试题,当然这些技巧在大学生活中也会像词汇一样被遗忘,然而不同的是,这些技巧也应该被遗忘。大学阶段应该多练习口语和写作的表达,同时监控自己表达时是否有错,让你的语法功底成为表达时的“后台监控程序“,刚开始可能会影响你思维的流利程度,好比电脑的后台程序多了就会变慢。但人脑是自动升级的,一旦你习惯了”后台监控程序“的存在,你就能流利精准地表达了。另外,英语的语法有很强的场景针对性,我们应该培养自己对于不同场景的语法灵敏度。笔者在大学时代的室友聊天时的高频话题之一就是”如果我有500万“,当别人在想象着如何挥霍这笔巨款时,笔者脑中只有四个字 ——虚拟语气;又如,日常对话中经常听到有人说:”如果不出意外的话“,那么语感好的同学就应该想到英语的将来进行时。




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