[a newly born creature]
Mary had a baby last night.
[(1)the part behind the front; (2)the other way from forward]
The writer’s picture is on the back of the book.(1)
She stopped walking away and looked back at me.(2)
[(1)wrong; (2)acting against the law; (3)not good]
Bill made a bad decision.
(1)The prisoner was a bad man for most of his life.
(2)The water was dirty and had a bad taste.
[to make two sides or for cesequal]
I balanced my budget by not spending more than Iearned.
The earth is shaped like a ball.
[a device of strong,light material that rises when filled with gas lighterth an air]
Many hot air balloons race in NewMexico each year.
[a piece of paper used for voting]
I was asked to count the ballots and announce the winner.
[(1)to not permit; (2)to stop; (3)an official restriction]
Running is banned at our swimming pool.(1)
The cur few bans all night time travel.(2)
The protestors called for a banon smoking in public buildings.(3)
[an organization that keeps and lends money]
The man said he robbed banks because that is where the money is.
[to prevent or block]
He was barred from competingin the games because he used illegal drugs.
[anything that blocks or makes an action difficult]
The voting rights law removes most racial barriers to voting.
[(1)amilitary center; (2)to establish as a fact]
My brother is a tamilitary training base.(1)
Her research was based on experiments.(2)
[a fight between opposing armed forces]
Southern forces won the battle but lost the war.
[(1)to live; (2)to happen; (3)to exist]
The man is very sick and will not be here much longer.(1)
The wedding will be soon.(2)
Washington,D.C.,has been the capital for 200 years.(3)
[to hit again and again]
The prison guards denied they beat the prisoner.
[that which pleases the eye,ear or spirit]
All fell silent at the beauty of the mountains.
[for the reason that]
He left because he was sick.
[to come to be]
When did he become sick?
[a sleeping place]
The bed was so hard that I could not sleep.
Bill ate before he went to work.
[(1)to do the first part of an action; (2)to start]
He began to laugh when he saw me.(1)
Along walk begins with one step.(2)
[(1)at the back of; (2)in back of]
Our fastest runner was far behind the leader.(1)
I live behind that hill.(2)
[(1)to think; (2)to feel sure of; (3)to accept as true; (4)to trust]
I believe it may rain tonight.(1)
Jim believes his friend is a good writer.(2)
The lawyer believed the suspect’s statement.(3)
We believe in God.(4)
[an instrument that makes a musical sound]
Jim says he likes the sound of a church bell.
[(1)to be owned by; (2)to be a member of]
That book belongs to my sister.(1)
My brother belongs to the BoyS couts.(2)
The temperature outside is below freezing.
[the most good]
All of our singers are good but Lisa is best.
[(1)to turn against; (2)to be false to]
The spy betrayed his country.(1)
The boy betrayed his mother’s trust in him.(2)
[more good than]
Zach is a better base ball player than Al.
[(1)in the space or time that separates; (2)from one to the other]
I would like to meet with you between two and three o’clock.(1)
Secret talks between the two nations produced an agreement.(2)
[(1)of great size; (2)not small]
Texas is a big state.(1)
Mel is saw as a big baby.(2)
[a leg is lative proposal]
To be come law,a bill must be approved by both houses of Congress and signed by the President.
[the scientific study of life or living things in all their forms]
My school requires one year of study each of biology,physics and chemistry.
[a creature that flies]
I watched the bird fly away untilI could no longer see it.
[to cut with the teeth]
My dog sounds aggressive but he will not bite you.
[(1)dark; (2)having the color like that of the night sky]
I first saw him on a black and stormy night.(1)
The doctor arrived in a big black car.(2)
[(1)to accuse; (2)to hold responsible]
The police blamed him for the crime.(1)
Don’t blame me for your bad decision.(2)
[a cloth cover used to keep warm]
The flood refugees needed food and warm blankets.
[to lose blood]
Do you know how to stop your nose from bleeding?
[not able to see]
Being blind did not keep him from becoming a famous singer.
[(1)to stop something from being done; (2)to prevent movement]
He blocked any attempt to become friends.(1)
A truck accident blocked the road for an hour.(2)
[red fluid in the body]
A blood test is usually part of a yearly medical examination.
[to move with force, as in air]
The wind blows the autumn leaves.
[having the color like that of a clear sky]
My son has blue eyes.
[something built to travel on water that carries people or goods]
I like to fish from a boat.
[(1)all of a person or animal; (2)the remains of a person or animal]
Exercise can improve anyone’s body.(1)
Police found five bodies buried be neath the house.(2)
[to heat a liquid until it becomes very hot]
Boil one cup of water,add frozen vegetables and cook for five minutes.
[(1)a device that explodes with great force; (2)to attack ordest roy with bombs]
The bomb exploded outside th ebuilding.(1)
The war planes bombed enemy missile launchers.(2)
[the hard material in the body]
The girl broke a bone in her wrist when she fell.
[along written work for reading]
The professor has written six books about East Asia.
[adividing line between nations]
Many new factories have been built across the border in Mexico.
[(1)to come to life; (2)to come in to existence]
When were you born?(1)
The American Revolution was born in Massachusetts.(2)
[to take as a loan]
The bank refused to let me borrow any more money.
[not just one of two,but the two together]
Both of us were educated at the University of Virginia.
[a container,usually made of glass,to hold liquid]
He drank the last bottle of water.
[the lowest part of something]
The damaged submarine is still at the bottom of the ocean.
[something to put things into]
Put the old books in that box.
[a young male person]
The boys played together afters chool.
[to refuse to take part in or deal with]
The farm workers union called for a boycott of vegetables picked by foreign workers.
[the control center of thought,emotion sandbody activity of all creatures]
Scientists continue to discover new information about the chemistry of the brain.
[having no fear]
Leaving home was a brave decision.
[a food made from grain]
We have bread ate very meal.
[(1)to divide in to parts by force; (2)to destroy]
The glass broke in to many pieces.(1)
Years of hard work broke his health,but it did not break his spirit.(2)
[to take air in to the body and let it out again]
Breathe deeply before you begin your speech.
[a structure built over a water way,valley or road so people and vehicles can cross from one side to the other]
The city needs a new bridge across the river.
[(1)short; (2)not long]
Many people wish to speak,so please keep your comments brief.(1)
The cars lowed down briefly,then speeded up.(2)
[(1)giving much light;(2)strong and clear in color]
Bright sunlight hurts my eyes.(1)
The new grass is bright green.(2)
[to come with something]
Sam will bringTracy to the party.
[(1)to send information,stories or music by radio or television; (2)a radio or television program]
VOA broadcasts the news in Special English.(1)
The Special English broadcast can be heard almost everywhere.(2)
[a male with the same father or mother as another person]
I have three brothers,but no sisters.
[having the color like that of coffee]
Richard has brown hair and brown eyes.
[a spending plan]
Congress decided to add money to the education budget.
[to join materials together to make something]
Tim plans to build a house for his dog.
[anything built for use as a house,factory,office,school,store or place of entertainment]
My office is in that building next to the hotel.
[a small piece of metal shot from a gun]
The bullet hit the exact center of the target.
[(1)to be on fire; (2)to destroy or damage by fire]
The candles burned brightly enough for me to read the book.(1)
The wild fire burned much of the forest.(2)
[to break open suddenly]
The dam burst and sent a wall of water rushing down the valley.
[to put in to the ground and cover with earth]
Where do you think they buried the treasure?
[a public vehicle to carry people]
Ride the A-17 bus to 4th and Independence Avenue.
[(1)one’s work; (2)buying and selling to earn money; (3)trade]
My business is writing radio programs.(1)
The Internet is creating many new markets for business.(2)
I have done business with that company for many years.(3)
[(1)doing something; (2)very active]
Are you busy now?(1)
George was very busy this morning with an emergency case.(2)
[(1)however; (2)other than ;(3)yet]
She knew who called but I did no tknow.(1)
The boy ate nothing but candy.(2)
Jean was tired but she could not get to sleep.(3)
[to get by paying something,usually money]
Where did Lila buy those great clothes?
[(1)near;at;(2)next to;(3)from;(4)not later than]
Please sit here by me.(1)
They walked by the river.(2)
They performed a play by William Shakespeare.(3)
Her mother said that she had to be home by midnight.(4)内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-5677-10949-1.html