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21世纪大学实用英语综合教程(第三册)课文翻译及课后习题答案


21 世纪大学有用英语综合教程(第三册)答案 1~8Unit 1 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. curious 2. affects 3. emergency 4. locked 5. Relatively 6. complaining 7. protested 8. react 9. mood 10. unique 11. consciousness 12. surgery 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. the bottom line 2. thanks to 3. reflect on 4. had lost touch 5. went through 6. followed around 7. looking on 8. woke up 9. take action 10. after all 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. Each time my brother complained about the difficulty of his work, I asked him to look on the bright side. 2. The police reacted immediately when report came that two kids had been held up at gunpoint in a nearby building. 3. When I pointed out the mistakes in her calculation, instead of correcting them as soon as possible, Mary protested that it was not her fault. 4. Tom was curious about the joke I told my colleagues, but he didn’t get it. 5. Thanks to his positive attitude, Jack took action and saved his own life before he lost consciousness in the emergency room. 6. When I reflect on what I have achieved in the past, I have to say that success comes from hard work. That’s the bottom line. Unit 2 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. intense 2. concept 3. committed 4. deserve 5. selfish 6. compromise 7. matters 8. opponent 9. influence 10. effort 11. shortcuts 12. evidence 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. work at 2. According to 3. run through 4. in sight 5. live with 6. a variety of 7. When it comes to 8. live up to 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. Take Michael Jordan, it’s easy for people to see his achievements while neglect the price of blood and sweat that he has paid on the court in order to come out on top.

2. Right in the first English class, our teacher conveyed a clear message to us: as the basic building blocks of the language, new words must be memorized; any other shortcut is fool’s gold. 3. Thousands of Chinese laborers contributed greatly to the construction of America’s first transcontinental railroad, and their intense efforts deserve a page in American history. 4. When it comes to training, the coach has no problem living with all sorts of complaints of the players but he never compromises with any of them. 5. Traditional ethics seem especially important in some situations where the margin between right and wrong is as thin as an eggshell. 6. As competition intensifies, our opponents and we are all working hard to live up to higher service standards. Unit 3 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. withdraw 2. opposite 3. consult 4. seeking 5. chief 6. frustrated 7. gather 8. suggestions 9. numerous 10. crucial 11. approval 12. yield 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. give up on 2. kicked out 3. at the end of my rope 4. count!-out 5. provide!-wit 6. that is 7. on the brink of 8. moved forward 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. The health report stresses the importance of fresh fruit and vegetables in our diet. 2. I spent a whole week gathering the courage to say no to their request. 3. These journeys made him realize to the fullest extent that many of the world’s species were on the brink of extinction. 4. Approval of the patient’s family should be sought before doctors carry out such operations. 5. Improved consumer confidence is crucial to an economic recovery. 6. We gave up on the missing mountain climber after he had been missing for two weeks. Unit 4 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. mankind 2. determination 3. burden 4. define 5. financial 6. resources 7. research 8. cure 9. evil 10. hardship 11. suicide 12. suffered

6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. broke down 2. took!-for granted 3. look!-in the eye 4. couldn’t help but respect 5. crying over 6. no doubt 7. dressing up 8. slipped into 9. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. He was no doubt a great hero so people couldn’t help but cry over his death. 2. The actor used his celebrity status to fund research that might someday yield a cure for AIDS. 3. The disabled man once considered suicide to relieve his family of the heavy burden. 4. Children dress up as Superman to capture adults’ attention. 5. It wasn’t until I matured that I realized I shouldn’t be afraid to look adversity and hardship in the eye. 6. He could have easily stayed at home, for he had plenty of financial resources to keep him from worrying about medical bills. . Unit 5 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. discharged 2. anger 3. latter 4. relationship 5. engaged 6. backgrounds 7. miserable 8. invitation 9. match 10. folded 11. overseas 12. propose 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. broke down 2. from time to time 3. From the very beginning 4. knocked down 5. agreed to 6. talk!-round 7. due to 8. give in 9. in silence 10. go abroad 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. I just received a email in which Jessica expressed her regret of ending the relationship with her beloved boyfriend. 2. She broke down at the loss of her family, and the impact of this miserable incident remained for the rest of her life. 3. Both my parents object to my going abroad to further my studies. I wonder if I should give in or try to talk them round. 4. Edgar was not good with words, so whenever Jessica vented her anger on him, he only endured it in silence. 5. The cheerful background music matches his mood very well, for he’s just got engaged to his beloved girlfriend. 6. From time to time the system would utter a piercing noise indicating its inability to run properly.

Unit 6 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. rejected 2. properly 3. judgment 4. employer 5. lack 6. feedback 7. qualified 8. suitable 9. candidate 10. confident 11. potential 12. punctual 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. cope with 2. miss out 3. applied for 4. keep!-in mind 5. for a bit 6. reflecting on 7. fill out 8. get back 9. a variety of 10. To our amazement 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. Sometimes even if you are totally qualified for the job, you may still be rejected. 2. You should learn to cope with difficult situation. And even more important, don’t look to others for help. 3. To my shock/amazement, he was not only involved in a variety of extracurricular activities but also had applied for a part-time job. 4. Keep in mind that one more failure is one step closer to success. 5. Don’t dwell on the reasons that are out of your control, because this job doesn’t entirely suit you and your chances are slim. 6. Although you may not always like to hear negative feedback, whatever you do, don’t burn your bridges. Unit 7 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. tuition 2. anxiety 3. horrors 4. switched 5. quarter 6. steady 7. roughly 8. prospects 9. disorder 10. represent 11. apparent 12. population 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. were booked up 2. not getting anywhere 3. ups and downs 4. burst out 5. get along with 6. broke up with 7. in advance 8. had no choice 9. In spite of 10. take your own life 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. The students who seek psychological counseling represent only the tip of the iceberg. Most students endure the stress in silence. 2. The horror movie overwhelmed him so much that he began to suffer from a sleeping disorder, even insomnia. 3. Lisa had always been a straight-A student until her junior year, when she had to hold down two part-time jobs to pay her tuition.

4. In spite of the result of the aptitude test, John decided to switch his major from accounting to psychology. 5. He would rather remain a sales clerk, apparently because he prefers a steady life to a life full of ups and downs. 6. The computer has broken down on more than one occasion. Isn’t that enough for professional help? Unit 8 5. Fill in the blanks with the words given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. chemical 2. soil 3. disturb 4. mixture 5. substance 6. ruin 7. consumers 8. stable 9. pollution 10. supplies 11. decay 12. main 6. Fill in the blanks with the expressions given below. Change the forms where necessary. 1. leaked out 2. due to 3. are known as 4. depend on 5. giving off 6. make up 7. live on 8. have used up 10. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. With the construction of the nuclear power plant, this city now doesn’t have to worry about its own electricity supply. Instead, it can supply electricity to other cities nearby. 2. These vegetables do not decay when kept at a relatively stable low temperature. 3. This city is known as the financial center of the country. The development of its economy depends heavily on banking and foreign trade. 4. This plant only lives on the top of certain high mountains and gives off a very sweet smell in spring. 5. The main cause of this area’s water pollution i the chemical substance that leaks out of a paper mill by the river bank. 6. This kind of litter is made up of a mixture of chemical waste. It has poisoned the soil, ruining it completely.

 
 

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