Vocabulary
III.
1. identify 2. attach 3. instinct 4. polish 5. unusual 6. offend 7. detail 8. slight 9. foundation 10. rob
IV.
1. details 2. robbed 3. offended 4. polishing 5. identify 6. slight 7. instinct 8. attached 9. foundation 10. unusual
V.
1.attached to 2. Looking through 3. hold dear 4. pulling into 5. face to face with 6. rather than 7. out of control 8. eaten away at 9. have mercy on 10. got to their feet
VI.
1. G 2.H 3.J 4.L 5.O 6.A 7.C 8.M 9.D 10.E
Sentence structure
1. They should have their pay increased.
2. I had my first book accepted for publication that year.
3. George had his papers taken form him at the police station
4. I had my wallet stolen while I was on holiday.
5. The couple are going to have their wedding photos enlarged at the store.
VIII.
1. rather than to her daughter
2. rather than harm them
3. rather than leaving everything to the last minute
4. Rather than using the last of my cash
5. rather than increase pay
Translation
IX.
1. The police had the photograph of the missing girl enlarged so that they could recognize her easily.
2. When I go to work, I prefer to take a bus rather than drive and that morning was no exception.
3. When he saw his granddaughter coming into the house (Seeing his granddaughter coming into the house), the old man got to his feet and moved several steps unexpectedly as if he could walk by himself.
4. At that time we focused our attention on that painting without noticing anything unusual around us, and we can’t offer any additional details.
5. The couple pulled their car into the parking lot and then headed for the cinema.
6. It’s a question we have to face no matter how unpleasant it is.
X.
1. 经验告诉他,妇女的天性昌保护自己而不是去伤害攻击者。
2. 自从她把墙重新粉刷了后,这房间好看多了。
3. 在这个国家的许多地方,青少年犯罪已经失去了控制,这个城市也不例外。
4. 抢劫案发生后的几周,他不敢出门,害怕自己再次与劫匪面对面遭遇。
5. 受害者向警察描述她是怎样突然遭到一个从灌木丛中出来的人抢劫的。
6. 如今,对许多美国人来说,周末工作已经不幸地成为了惯例,而不是例外。
Cloze
XI.
1.C 2.B 3.C 4.A 5.A 6.B 7.B 8.C 9.A 10.C
11.A 12.B 13.C 14.A 15.B 16.B 17.C 18.A 19.C 20.C
Text Structure Analysis
XII.
Analysis:
The set of actions leading to the main idea:
got up to his feet, found the keys, entered his house and called 911
the operator took a description and sent a police car
had a drink, the policemen came and took a report
Main idea: He reported the robbery to the police.
Structured Writing
XIII.
I climbed the ladder, heard my dive announced, and started the moves to thrust myself into the air. Then I dove into the pool. I enjoyed the quietness underwater, and then swam to the side of the pool. I was wondering about my score when suddenly, my coach leaped into the air. The crowd cheered, and I knew I’d won the gold medal.
Section B
Reading Skills
I,
1. For self-defense
2. She is afraid that she might kill someone.
3. According to the following paragraphs, the write feels uncomfortable about the imagined robbery because she unfairly imagined the robber was a black man.
4. According to common sense, a robber must be physically strong. The writer doesn’t see women as being strong enough to rob someone, and she thinks of black men as particularly dangerous.
5. A neighborhood with a bad name because of frequent crime, violence, or safely dangerous.
6. Killing a human being just for money is wrong, according to the writer.
7. Locking the doors at the sight of a black man is really shameful.
8. This means that the writer hopes the robber takes away the money and no violence occurs.
Comprehension of the Text
II.
1.C 2.B 3.C 4.B 5.C 6.B 7.A 8.C
Vocabulary
III.
1. intention 2. advocates 3. violence 4. dominate 5. reveal 6. omitted 7. confronted 8. affected 9. intended 10. transported
IV.
1. is intended for 2. be capable of 3. At the sight of 4. live with 5. are immune to 6. keep… from 7. Ignorance of 8. heard of 9. affected by 10. in reality