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Unit Six Key to Exercises
Exercises I. Read the text again and decide whether the following statements are true or false. ( F )1.Julie's first visit to Beijing happened in ( F )2.Julie's father-in-law was a former American President.
( F )3.The exhibition "Journeys to Peace and Cooperation" was held to commemorate Julie's historic visit to China. ( T )4.One of Julie's most favorite items was the statue of Premier Zhou Enlai and Nixon when they were going to shake hands with each other. ( F )5.Nixon met with many obstacles from the Democratic Party in America when he first visited China.
II. Fill in the blanks with words or phrases from the Vocabulary Snapshot. Change the forms if necessary. 1.The shops are well stocked with food, clothing and other consumer items. 2.One of the new government's policies is to control public spending. 3.He looks quite young, but he is actually about 50. 4.Does this statement fully reflect your opinion on this matter? 5.The rice crop this year is 10 percent above average.
6.Letters, maps and pictures are documents. 7.In this museum are displayed over 800 priceless oil paintings. 8.I met the new manager this morning and found that we agreed on many basic issues. 9.What was her favorite subject at school? 10.When they were gone, the old lady sighed with relief.
III. Complete the sentences with the proper forms of the words given in parentheses. 1.South Korea and Japan jointly (host) hosted the World Cup Football Tournament( 比赛 ). 2.They did not dare to (opposition) oppose what the people so plainly desired. 3.Anything that is (urgently) urgent must be attended to immediately. 4.President Park felt (isolation) isolated and was anxious to improve his public image. 5.Those girls have (hatred) been hating each other since their school days.
6.The loss of 100 lives in the earthquake was a great (disastrous) disaster. 7.His (acknowledge) acknowledgement that he had stolen the expensive necklace proved that his sister was innocent. 8.They were allowed to record (converse) conversations and take pictures while they were in China. 9.He became highly experienced in international (diplomatic) diplomacy. 10.He had (criticism) criticized you in a very unfair way.
IV. Translate the Chinese into English. 1. 他的工作注定失败。 (be destined to) He was destined to fail in his work. 2. 他们未能求得解决问题的共同基础。 (common ground) They couldn't find common ground to solve the problem. 3. 他们竭力证明这项计划是为了公众的利益。 (be in the interest of) They tried their best to prove that this plan was in the interest of the public.
4. 得知儿子通过了考试时，她松了一口气。 (breathe a sigh of relief) When she learned that her son had passed the exam, she breathed a sigh of relief. 5. 天色暗下来了，是开灯的时候了。 (light up) It's getting dark -- time to light up. 6. 听到有人敲门，他跳下床，迅速地披上衣服。 (throw on) On hearing a knock on the door, he jumped off the bed and threw on his clothes.
7. 当他踏上祖国的土地时，泪水盈满了眼眶。 (hit the soil) When he hit the soil of his motherland, he burst into tears. 8. 园地需要马上浇水。 (cry out to be done) The garden is crying out to be watered.
V. Make sentences according to the models of sentence structure. Model 1 ◆ He said it would be a disastrous foreign policy to allow one billion of the most able people on earth -- the Chinese -- to live outside the family of nations in angry isolation. 1.a stupid decision, to allow him to, join the project team It would be a stupid decision to allow him to join the project team. 2.a brilliant idea, to go outing, this weekend It would be a brilliant idea to go outing this weekend.
Model 2 ◆ The reason this trip has fascinated historians for 30 years is that the document is unique in diplomatic history. 1.the reason, he died so quickly, he didn't listen to, doctor's advice The reason he died so quickly was that he didn't listen to the doctor's advice. 2.the reason, the engineer resigned, he had opinions, different from the general manager's, on network construction The reason the engineer resigned was that he had opinions different from the general manager's on network construction.
Model 3 ◆ It might not be known to a lot of people in China that you actually have married into another presidential family. 1.it might not be known, to the public, the President, in poor health It might not be known to the public that the President is in poor health. 2.it might not be known, to the children, their father, has become unemployed It might not be known to the children that their father has become unemployed.
Model 4 ◆ And there came a knock on the door. 1.there, came, the teacher, books under her arm There came the teacher, books under her arm. 2.there, came, the CEO, angry and sullen There came the CEO, angry and sullen.
Use the Right Word Choose the right word and put it in the blank in its proper form.
1.alike, like, likely A.His car is like mine. B.My father and I are alike in many ways. C.It is likely to snow. D.They are likely to go outing this afternoon. E.He treats all customers alike. F.The two sisters have like personalities.
2.alive, living, lively A.I thought he had been killed in the war. But he is still alive. B.The plant is still alive in such cold weather. C.My grandfather is over 80 now, but he's still very lively. D.A lively person is full of life and is always doing things. E.He is considered to be one of the best living musicians. F.Mary's brother is her only living relative, and he lives in Australia.
Grammar Tips I. Correct the errors, if there are any, in the following sentences.
1.Seen ( 改为 : Seeing) that he liked the sweater, I said "why not buy one?" 2.As she was too careless, so she failed in the final exam. 改为 : It is because she was too careless that she failed in the final exam. 或 : As she was too careless, she failed in the final exam. 3.The lady disliked him for the reason why ( 改为 : that) he was poor.
4.It is since ( 改为 : because) I had to attend an important meeting that I missed the football match. 5.He was fined because of ( 删除 : of) he broke some traffic rules. 6.He didn't invite me to attend his birthday party, not for ( 改为 : because, 或 that) I was too busy, but for ( 改为 : because, 或 that) I disliked him. 7.Thanks ( 改为 : Owing) to the heavy storm, many houses were destroyed.
8.-- Why didn't you give me a call when I was waiting for you? -- For ( 改为 : Because) I was engaged in some urgent business. 9.Now that you are old enough to judge things, so ( 删除 : so) you should start your own career. 10.The soldier's highest honor was not that he killed his enemy, but ( 添加 : that) he was willing to die.
II. Fill in the blanks with the words given in parentheses in a proper tense. 1.He said that he (type) had been typing out the letter before I entered. 2.He (want) had wanted to help you but he was too busy then. 3.Please don't come at three this afternoon. She (have) will be having a meeting then.
4.By the end of next month, he (study) will have studied in Canada for three years. 5.Those who have applied for the position (interview) are being interviewed in the manager's office. 6.After a week's rest, she looks much better than she (be) was.
7.How I wish she (attend) had attended my birthday party last night! 8.It is the second time that I (invite) have been invited to make a public speech. 9.I'd rather you (complete) completed the assignment tomorrow. 10.It's time we (call off) called off the gathering.
Practical Reading Use the information to answer the questions. 1.What is the name of the restaurant? Indy's. 2.At what time is the evening meal served on Wednesday? 6 pm to 9 pm.
3.How much does Roast Beef with Potato, Vegetable & Salad cost? $ 4.How many selections do you have for beverages? 5. 5.What is recommended as the best soup of the restaurant? Original French Onion Soup.
Practical Writing Finish the following welcome speech. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, It is a great honour to have Professor Sparks here today( 今天我们有机会与 Sparks 教授欢聚一堂，感 到十分荣幸 ), who is already known to us for his great achievements in biochemistry. First of all, please allow me to extend, on behalf of everyone present at this workshop, our warm welcome and respect to our guest from afar.( 首先， 让我代表今天出席会议的人, 向远道而来的贵宾表 示热烈的欢迎和敬意。 )
Professor Sparks has been engaged in the study of biochemistry and related subjects for many years. He has published many important academic works, offering his valuable theory to the further development of biochemistry.( 他发表了许多重要学术著作, 对生物化学的进 一步发展提供了宝贵的理论。 ) Recently he toured a number of places, giving many academic lectures on biochemistry and its application and winning high praise from his audience( 博得了听众的赞誉 ). His topic this afternoon( 今天下午他要讲的题目 )is "On Biochemistry and the Progress of Mankind". Now let's welcome Professor Sparks to make his speech.( 现在欢迎 Sparks 教授讲话。 )
Fun Time Riddles 1.What animal is your girlfriend? (Dear.) 2.Why is a river rich? (Because it always has two banks.) 3.Why does time fly? (Because many people are trying to kill it.) 4.When does an automobile go exactly as fast as a train? (When it is on the train.) 5.A doctor had a brother who went out west. But the man who went out west had no brother. How can this be? (The doctor was a lady.)