新视野大学英语读写教程1课后答案 Unit 4 AHow to Make a Good..
1. conscious 2. depressed 3. ranges 4. impressed 5. encounter
6. introduction 7. match 8. physical 9. relaxed 10.contact
1. are committed to 2. takes…seriously 3. was absorbed in 4. focus on 5. made up his mind 6. driving me crazy 7. ranging from… to 8. at her best 9. Lighten up 10.kept her eyes on
1.C 2.M 3.F 4.I 5. E 6.B 7. H 8.J 9.A 10.K
1. It rained for two weeks on end completely flooding the village.
2. Not wanting to meet John at the party, she refused to attend it.
3. The bus arrived one hour late, causing me to miss the beginning of the game.
4. The marine sat thee in the dimly lit ward, holding the old man’s hand and offering words of hope and strength.
5. Realizing he was too sick to tell whether or not I was his son, I guessed he really needed me.
1. I was so excited about going traveling (that) I couldn’t sleep.
2. The chairman became so angry with his secretary (that) he decided to fire him.
3. She speaks English so well (that) you would think it was he native language.
4. He was so frightened (that) he broke eye contact and looked out the window.
5. His presentation was so interesting (that) everyone listened very carefully.
1. she was so absorbed in reading the book that she was not conscious of someone coming in.
2. He was late for almost an hour for the first meeting, leaving a bad impression on everyone.
3. Consciously or unconsciously, we make up our minds about people through their eyes, faces, bodies, and attitudes.
4. Professor Zhou was committed to the cause of language teaching all his life.
5. Many how-to books advise you that if you want to make a good impression, the trick is to be consistently you, at your best.
6. The media sometimes sends mixed messages, but most people believe what they see over what they hear.
1.C 2.C 3.B 4.A 5.C 6.B 7.C 8.A 9.C 10.C
11.B 12.B 13.A 14.C 15.A 16.B 17.C 18.A 19.A 20.B
Body language is important in many cases: trying to win an election, addressing a family party, talking business at a conference, or giving a seminar at school.
1. Besides speech, people use other forms to communicate.
2. We communicate a great deal with our body movements.
3. The clothes you wear also communicate many things.
4. Small ornaments you wear communicate many things, too.
5. A wealth of information from body language makes snap judgments seem sound.
Comprehension of the Text
1.D 2.C 3.C 4.A 5.B 6.B 7.A 8.D
1. status 2. sign 3. resented 4. promoted 5. assuming
6. estimate 7. campaign 8. judgment 9. acquainted 10. norms
1. account for 2. in part 3. is content with 4. feel at home 5. lack of
6. in relation to 7. become acquainted with 8. pick up 9. find out 10. a wealth of