Vocabulary
III.
1. preserve 2. clarify 3. demonstrating 4. scarce 5. assured
6. ensured 7. conscience 8. integrity 9. yield 10. appointed
IV.
1.to 2.In 3.of 4.for 5.on/upon 6.of 7.in 8.at 9.to 10.with
V.
1.G 2.L 3.B 4.O 5.D 6.N 7.C 8.E 9.I 10.K
Sentence Structure
VI.
1. Where I live there are plenty of sheep.
2. Your coat is where you left it.
3. I will go where you go.
4. Where conscience remains integrity stays.
5. Where he appears laughter can be heard.
VII.
1. What I say and do
2. what matters is not winning but participating
3. what we students should always keep in mind
4. what it takes to start and run a company
5. what we should do today
Translation
VIII.
1. I keep the picture where I can see it very day as it reminds me of my university days.
2. In some countries, what is called “equality” does not really mean equal rights for all people.
3. He is used to keeping a dictionary at hand so that he can find the meaning of new words he comes across.
4. When confronted with personal pressure, you should stand firmly for your belief that you will reach your ultimate goal.
5. In other words, be yourself and face reality, but don’t sell out to convenience.
6. I don’t like those people who always rely on external factors in order to feel good about themselves.
IX.
1. 汤姆相信“为钱而挣钱”,他的许多老同学都认为他的把自己卖给了营利主义。
2. 重要的是,你只有学会了尊重自己,才能赢得别人的尊重。
3. 使他取得成功的是他的决心,他不甘屈服的精神,也可能还有他的正直。
4. 老师表扬了那些学习用功、考试考得好的学生。
5. 通过唱唱歌,散散步,欣赏欣赏自然界的美,我就能使自己感觉良好。
6. 如果你继续这样努力工作,你在任何别的公司都能干得很好。
Cloze
X.
1.C 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.C 6.A 7.C 8.C 9.A 0.A
11.B 12.A 13.C 4.C 15.B 16.C 7.A 8.C 19.A 20.C

Structured Writing
XII.

Persistence is essential to success. Probably the greatest example of persistence is Abraham Lincoln. Born into poverty, Lincoln was faced with defeat throughout his life. He lost eight elections, twice failed in business and suffered a nervous breakdown. He could have quit many times. But he didn’t and because he didn’t quit, he was elected and became one of the greatest presidents in the history of the United States.
Section B
Reading skills
I.
1—F 2—E 3—A 4—G 5—B 6—C 7—D
Comprehension of the Text
II.
1. D 2.A 3.C 4.C 5.A 6.D 7.C 8.B
Vocabulary
III.
1. cheated 2. inclined 3. reconciled 4. contemporary 5. transformed 6. notion 7. ultimate 8. appropriate 9. curb 10. expense
IV.
1. to 2.of 3.as 4.for 5.over 6.in 7.of 8.on 9.of 10.of