新版新视野大学英语读写教程第四册答案unit 5-unit 6
1. Substantial 2. concerning 3. negotiation 4. exaggerate 5. withdrawn
6. commissions 7. financed 8. secure 9. impose 10. donation
1. by 2. in 3. of 4. to 5. up
6. on/upon 7. with 8. in 9. in 10. between
1.O 2.E 3.G 4.1 5.J 6.B 7.K 8.N 9.M 10.D
1. approaches 2. reward 3. protection 4. honor 5. advice
6. access 7. advantages 8. help 9. sympathy 10. understanding
1. foresight 2. forewarned 3. foreground 4. postgraduate
5. post-race 6. foresaw 7. post-Christmas 8. post-election
1. e-shopper 2. e-merchant 3. e-journal 4. e-classroom
5. e-commerce 6. e-mail 7. e-dictionaries 8. e-cash
1. It's pointless to go there next Monday-there's a public holiday.
2. It is easy to talk about having high moral standards, but, in practice, what would one really do in
such a situation?
3. It is interesting to see different cultures and ways of life.
4. It is really astonishing that she refuses to talk to you.
5. It is important that she come straight to me when she arrives.
1. Suppose you object to carrying out a particular managem_ent order and you are afraid of the manager, what would you do?
2. Suppose you have just got married and you are about to work abroad for three years, how would you explain it to your newly-married wife?
3. Suppose someone couldn't understand why you didn't arrest Harry, would you explain to remove the doubts?
4. Suppose your tenant fails to pay the rent in time, would you throw him out?
5. Suppose you are a very heavy smoker and are anxious to break the habit, where could you get help?
1. Suppose you found out that your colleague takes bribes, would you just ignore it?
2. We've given up on him because he is so stubborn. It is pointless to argue with him.
3. He hit upon a good method to speed up the progress of the experiment, but opinions differed amongmembers of the group on it.
4. Today I'm able to square my profession with my interest, which I wasn't able to do before.
5. The ability to visually distinguish between red and green is essential to becoming a driver.
6. The team consisted of seven people who met on a regular basis to share their information with each other.
1 ．A 2. D 3．C 4.B 5．B 6. D 7．A 8.C 9.C 10.A
11 ．B 12.D 13.B 14.A 15．C 16.D 17.B 18.C 19.D 20.B
Typically there are two kinds of people who choose to live alone on purpose. The first group of people
is artists. They believe in the inspiration in solitude. One of my friends is a writer. He enjoys the time
when he is alone because he can stay up late to read and, above all, concentrate on his writing without
fear of being interrupted by others. On his wall he posts a quotation from Thoreau: "I never found
the companion that was so companionable as solitude." The second group consists of people who
are disappointed with their marriage or family life. A woman I know has been living alone since her
husband left her five years ago. She is not waiting for his return but she is just disappointed with life.
1. They act out various types of situations to bring the people in the training camp into some real life
2. Because the journalists are inexperienced in deciding whom to shoot, whether or not to shoot and when to shoot. As a result, they "killed" innocent people because of mistakes of judgment.
3. They probably don't want to take on more responsibilities.
4. They want armed officers to ensure social security instead of protecting themselves by carrying guns.
5. The policeman has been so much occupied with some extra duties that they wouldn't have time even for answering questions.
Comprehension of the text
1.F 2.F 3.T 4.F 5.F 6.T 7.F 8.T
1. tackle 2. imitating 3. dimmed 4. fake 5. impressive
6. encountered 7. ccluivalent 8. widespread 9. priority 10. residents
Exercises on Web court only:
11. temporary 12. apparently 13. innocent 14. prosperous
1. up 2. away 3. up 4. up 5. up
6. out 7. to 8. on 9. up 10. from
Exercises on Web course only:
11. of 12. of 13. in 14. to