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Unti7： 1、New people are able to enjoy their leisure time to the full bymaking trips to the country or the seaside at the weekend,instead of beingconfined to their(immediate)
新世纪大学英语综合教程4听力答案 1-4单元 选择题部分： BACDB CACDD D ACAACB CBC DAB BDCA DAB 听材料，填单词部分 believed revolved doubt altered observations happening never combine
7. had corresponded?????
2. checked up on??????
3. torn down?
4. make a fortune ?
5. all of a sudden?
6. lost track of??? ???
7. Casting an eye over ????
8. broke up ??????
9. take pleasure in ???
11. turned up? ? ????
12. in so far as?? ???????
13. is under arrest??
14. pass on?
15. as to(1)
1.arrival???? 2.trial????? 3.approval????? 4.betrayal????????????? 5.burial??? 6.dismissal?????7.disposal 8.proposal?? 9.refusal? 10.removal???? 11.survival????? 12.withdrawal(2) 1. refusal? 2. arrivals? 3. removal? 4. dismissal? 5. survival 6. proposal 7. disposal 8. approval
?(3) 1. e? 2. c? 3. b? 4. a? 5. d?? ?(1)
1.??? whichever tent you are not using now
2.? whoever comes / come first
3.??? whichever / whatever condition our captain thought was the best
4.? Wherever / No matter where I go
5.??? whatever wishes their child / children expresses / express
6.??? However disappointed / No matter how disappointed you may feel about the surroundings / environment / situation
7.??? Whoever breaks it
8.??? whenever he concentrates on a problem(2)
1. It is not luck but hard work tha led him to today’s success.
2. Prof. Moen argues that it is energy that makes the world go round.
3. It was not until he had proved he was honest that he won the family’s trust.
4. It was clearly the headmaster himself who that opened the door for me.
7)??? as to
14)? moral excellence(1)
1.??? The friendship grounded on common / shared interest does not break up easily. / It is not easy for the friendship grounded on common / shared interest to break up.
2.??? Children must learn to distinguish between violence and bravery / courage in computer games.
3.??? There spring up so many new things every day in the world that it is no longer sensible to expect a person to know / keep track of everything.
4.??? Laws do not regulate such things as betrayal to friends; that is why there is what we call / is called \
5.??? Today’s culture is described as “fast-food culture”. Whatever they may be / are doing, people just pursue the greatest / maximum satisfaction within the shortest time.
6.??? As the saying goes, there is no such thing as a free lunch. If you want something, go and earn / work for it.(2)
As is commonly acknowledged / It is commonly recognised that humans are social animals. Bonded together in a community, we naturally expect to have friends. As to what friendship is, people have different notions / ideas. Some make friends for mutual utility. Once the ground for such friendship disappears, the friendship also breaks up. However, a lot more people long for \
?1. Bob and I became brother-like friends in our childhood. We played, dined and discussed our ambitions together. Once grown up, he started for the West to make his fortune while I became a policeman in New York. Before his departure, we had dinner together and we agreed that we would meet at the same place exactly twenty years from that date and time, no matter what our conditions might be or from what distance we might have to come.
came the day we were supposed to meet. I was on my beat then. Walking up to the appointed place which had been turned into a hardware store, I saw a man standing there with an unlighted cigar in his mouth. Before I could speak, he told me that he was waiting for a friend by the name of Jimmy Wells. When he struck a match to light his cigar, I saw a pale face with keen eyes and a scar. I recognized him immediately. It was Bob, and it was also the face of the man wanted by the Chicago Police. For a moment I felt like telling him to escape right away. After all, we had been friends for so many years and he had traveled all the way to see me! But then my sense of duty told me the right thing to do. I said good-bye to him and continued my patrol, his last words still ringing in my ear: “I’ll wait for half an hour. Jimmy will keep his promise if he’s alive…” I then sent for a plain clothes man and had Bob arrested.
unit 5 Writing Three Thank-You LettersAlex Haley served in the Coast Guard during World War ll.On an especially lonely day to be at sea-Thanksgiving Day-he began to give serious thought to a holiday that has become,for many Americans,a day of overeating and watching endless games of football.Haley decided to celebrate the true meaning of Thanksgiving by writing three very special letters.亚历克斯?黑利二战时在海岸警卫队服役。出海在外，时逢一个倍感孤寂的日子――感恩节，他开始认真思考起这一节日的意义。对许多美国人而言，这个节日已成为大吃大喝、没完没了地看橄榄球比赛的日子。黑利决定写三封不同寻常的信，以此来纪念感恩节的真正意义。Writing Three Thank-You LettersAlex Haley1 It was 1943,during World War II,and I was a young U.S.coastguardsman.My ship,the USS Murzim,had been under way for several days.Most of her holds contained thousands of cartons of canned or dried foods.The other holds were loaded with five-hundred-pound bombs packed delicately in padded racks.Our destination was a big base on the island of Tulagi in the South Pacific.写三封感谢信亚利克斯?黑利那是在二战期间的1943年，我是个年轻的美国海岸警卫队队员。我们的船，美国军舰军市一号已出海多日。多数船舱装着成千上万箱罐装或风干的食品。其余的船舱装着不少五百磅重的炸弹，都小心翼翼地放在垫过的架子上。我们的目的地是南太平洋图拉吉岛上一个规模很大的基地。2 I was one of the Murzim's several cooks and,quite the same as for folk ashore,this Thanksgiving morning had seen us busily preparing a traditional dinner featuring roast turkey.我是军市一号上的一个厨师，跟岸上的人一样，那个感恩节的上午，我们忙着在准备一道以烤火鸡为主的传统菜肴。3 Well,as any cook knows,it's a lot of hard work to cook and serve a big meal,and clean up and put everything away.But finally,around sundown,we finished at last.当厨师的都知道，要烹制一顿大餐，摆上桌，再刷洗、收拾干净，是件辛苦的事。不过，等到太阳快下山时，我们总算全都收拾停当了。4 I decided first to go out on the Murzim's afterdeck for a breath of open air.I made my way out there,breathing in great,deep draughts while walking slowly about,still wearing my white cook's hat.我想先去后甲板透透气。我信步走去，一边深深呼吸着空气，一边慢慢地踱着步，头上仍戴着那顶白色的厨师帽。5 I got to thinking about Thanksgiving,of the Pilgrims,Indians,wild turkeys,pumpkins,corn on the cob,and the rest.我开始思索起感恩节这个节日来，想着清教徒前辈移民、印第安人、野火鸡、南瓜、玉米棒等等。6 Yet my mind seemed to be in quest of something else-some way that I could personally apply to the close of Thanksgiving.It must have taken me a half hour to sense that maybe some key to an answer could result from reversing the word"Thanksgiving"-at least that suggested a verbal direction,"Giving thanks.可我脑子里似乎还在搜索着别的事什么――某种我能够赋予这一节日以个人意义的方式。大概过了半个小时左右我才意识到，问题的关键也许在于把Thanksgiving这个字前后颠倒一下――那样一来至少文字好懂了：Giving thanks。7 Giving thanks-as in praying,thanking God,I thought.Yes,of course.Certainly.表达谢意――就如在祈祷时感谢上帝那样，我暗想。对啊，是这样，当然是这样。8 Yet my mind continued turning the idea over.可我脑子里仍一直盘桓着这事。9 After a while,like a dawn's brightening,a further answer did come-that there were people to thank,people who had done so much for me that I could never possibly repay them.The embarrassing truth was I'd always just accepted what they'd done,taken all of it for granted.Not one time had I ever bothered to express to any of them so much as a simple,sincere"Thank you.过了片刻，如同晨曦初现，一个更清晰的念头终于涌现脑际――要感谢他人，那些赐我以诸多恩惠，我根本无以回报的人们。令我深感不安的实际情形是，我向来对他们所做的一切受之泰然，认为是理所应当。我一次也没想过要对他们中的任何一位真心诚意地说一句简单的谢谢。10 At least seven people had been particularly and lastingly helpful to me.I realized,swallowing hard,that about half of them had since died-so they were forever beyond any possible expression of gratitude from me.The I thought about it,the ashamed I became.Then I pictured the three who were still alive and,within minutes,I was down in my cabin.至少有七个人对我有过不同寻常、影响深远的帮助。令人难过的是，我意识到，他们中有一半已经过世了――因此他们永远也无法接受我的谢意了。我越想越感到羞愧。最后我想到了仍健在的三位，几分钟后，我就回到了自己的舱房。11 Sitting at a table with writing paper and memories of things each had done,I tried composing genuine statements of heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to my dad,Simon A.Haley,a professor at the old Agricultural Mechanical Normal College in Pine Bluff,Arkansas;to my grandma,Cynthia Palmer,back in our little hometown of Henning,Tennessee;and to the Rev.Lonual Nelson,my grammar school principal,retired and living in Ripley,six miles north of Henning.我坐在摊着信纸的桌旁，回想着他们各自对我所做的一切，试图用真挚的文字表达我对他们的由衷的感激之情：父亲西蒙?A?黑利，阿肯色州派因布拉夫那所古老的农业机械师范学院的教授；住在田纳西州小镇亨宁老家的外祖母辛西娅?帕尔默；以及我的文法学校校长，退休后住在亨宁以北6英里处的里普利的洛纽尔?纳尔逊牧师。12 The texts of my letters began something like,"Here,this Thanksgiving at sea,I find my thoughts upon how much you have done for me,but I have never stopped and said to you how much I feel the need to thank you-"And briefly I recalled for each of them specific acts performed on my behalf.我的信是这样开头的：“出海在外度过的这个感恩节，令我回想起您为我做了那么多事，但我从来没有对您说过自己是多么想感谢您――”我简短回忆了各位为我所做的具体事例。13 For instance,something uppermost about my father was how he had impressed upon me from boyhood to love books and reading.In fact,this graduated into a family habit of after-dinner quizzes at the table about books read most recently and new words learned.My love of books never diminished and later led me toward writing books myself.So many times I have felt a sadness when exposed to modern children so immersed in the electronic media that they have little or no awareness of the marvelous world to be discovered in books.例如，我父亲的最不同寻常之处在于，从我童年时代起，他就让我深深意识到要热爱书籍、热爱阅读。事实上，这一爱好渐渐变成一种家庭习惯，晚饭后大家围在餐桌旁互相考查近日所读的书以及新学的单词。我对书籍的热爱从未减弱，日后还引导我自己撰文著书。多少次，当我看到如今的孩子们如此沉迷于电子媒体时，我不由深感悲哀，他们很少，或者根本不了解书中所能发现的神奇世界。14 I reminded the Reverend Nelson how each morning he would open our little country town's grammar school with a prayer over his assembled students.I told him that whatever positive things I had done since had been influenced at least in part by his morning school prayers.我跟纳尔逊牧师提及他如何每天清晨和集合在一起的学生做祷告，以此开始乡村小学的一天。我告诉他，我后来所做的任何有意义的事，都至少部分地是受了他那些学校晨祷的影响。15 In the letter to my grandmother,I reminded her of a dozen ways she used to teach me how to tell the truth,to share,and to be forgiving and considerate of others.I thanked her for the years of eating her good cooking,the equal of which I had not found since.Finally,I thanked her simply for having sprinkled my life with stardust.在给外祖母的信中，我谈到了她用了种种方式教我讲真话，教我与人分享，教我宽恕、体谅他人。我感谢她多年来让我吃到她烧的美味菜肴，离开她后我从来没吃过那么可口的菜肴。最后，我感谢她，因为她在我的生命中撒下美妙的遐想。16 Before I slept,my three letters went into our ship's office mail sack.They got mailed when we reached Tulagi Island.睡觉前，我的这三封信都送进了船上的邮袋。我们抵达图拉吉岛后都寄了出去。17 We unloaded cargo,reloaded with something else,then again we put to sea in the routine familiar to us,and as the days became weeks,my little personal experience receded.Sometimes,when we were at sea,a mail ship would rendezvous and bring us mail from home,which,of course,we accorded topmost priority.我们卸了货，又装了其它物品，随后我们按熟悉的常规，再次出海。一天又一天，一星期又一星期，我个人的经历渐渐淡忘。我们在海上航行时，有时会与..内容来自www.book6789.com请勿采集。