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各位同学: 此文档是扫描之后制作而成,难免会有一些错漏之处,仅供参考! NHCE-B2--Unit 1 Section A Comprehension of the text I. 1. The atittude is that if one is not moving aead, he is fallng behind. 2. Time is treated as if it were something almost real (People budget it, save it, waste it, steal it, kill it, cut it, account for it; they also charge for it) They do this because time is a precious resource. 3. Everone is in a rush-often under pressure. City people always appear to be hurrying to get where they ae going, restessly seeking attention in a store, or elbowing others as they try to complete their shopping. 4. Don't take it personally. This is because people value time highly, and they resent someone else "wastng" it beyond a certain appropriate point. 5. New arrivals in America will miss opening exchanges, the ritual interaction that goes with a cup of coffee or tea and leisurely chats. 6. Americas produce a steady fow of labor-saving devies. They communicate rapidly through faxes, phone calls, or emails rather than through personal contacts. 7. The impersonality of eletronic communication has little or no relaton to the significance of the matter at hand. 8. It is taken as a sign of skillfulness or being competent to solve a prblem or fulfill a job with speed in the US. Vocabulary III. 1. charge 2. convention 3. efficient 4. obtain 5. competent 6. assessing 7. fulfill 8. conducting 9. consequenty 10. significance Exercses on Web course only: 11. restless 12. surroundings 13. elbowed 14. budgeted 15. acute IV. 1. behind 2. at 3. in 4. out 5. to 6. to 7. in 8. wit Exercises on Web course only: 11. at 12. of 13. under 9. but 10. for

V. 1. L 2. C 3. D 4. N 5. O 6. A 7. E Word Buiding VI. 1. commitment 2. attraction 3. appiontment 4. impression 5. civilization 6. composition 7. confusion 8. congratulation 9. consideraton 10. explanation 11. acquisition 12. depression VII. desirable favorable considerable drinkable advisable remarkable 1. advisable 5. remakable 2. desiable 6. preferable acceptble preferable 4. considerable 8. acceptable 8. G 9. I 10. K

3. favorable 7. drinkable

Sentence Structure VIII. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. much much much much much less less less less less can he write English aticles can he maage a big company could he carry it upstairs have I spoken to him to read a lot outside of it

IX. 1. Having meals at home can cost as little as two or three dollars, wherea eating out at a restaurant is always more expensive. 2. We thought she was rather proud, whereas in fact she was just very shy. 3. We have never done anythng for them, whereas they have done so much for us. 4. Natalie prefers to stay for another week, whereas her husband prefers to leave immediately. 5. Some praise him highly, whereas others put him down severely. Translation X. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. She wouldn't take a drink, much less would she stay for dinner. He thought I was lying to hm, whereas I was telling the truth. How do you account for the fact that you have been late everyday this week? The increase in their profits is due partly to their new maket strategy. Such measures ae likely to result in the improvement of work effciency. We have already poured a lot of time and energy intothe project, so we have to

carry on. XI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 我认为他不会抢劫, 更不用说暴力抢劫了。 男工平均工资每小时 10 美元, 而女工才每小时 7 美元。 自然界的平衡一旦遭到破坏, 就会带来很多不可预知的影响。 期终考试迫在眉睫, 你最好多花点时间看书。 有趣的是, 消费者发现越来越难以辨别某些品牌的原产国。 其部分原因来自于全球化带来的 影响, 部分原因是由于产地的变化。 6. 最近一次调查表明,妇女占总劳动力的 40%。 Cloze XI. 1. C 2. B 3. B 4. A 5. D 6. B 7. C 8. D 11. D 12.C 13.C 14. B 15. A Structured Writing XIV. A lager and lager part of society is expressing its concern about environmental protection. Active in their concern, teachers and students hold specific meetings to discuss environmental protection. Also, city planers take environmental problems into serious consideration. And, though reducing pollution can be expnsive, factories often take every possible measure to do their part. Many people are concerned and active because air and water pollution affects everyone and makes it diffcult for cities to survive and businesses to make a profit. Section B Reading Skills I. Main idea of Para. 1: Studying in a different country is a new experience, but there are also some challenges. Main idea of Para. 2: Te frst stage of culture-shock adjustment is "the honeymoon". Main idea of Para. 3: The second stage of culture shock, "the hostilty stage", eventualy occurs. Main idea of Para. 4: At this point some defense mechanisms are devised to protect yourself aganist the effects of culture shock. Main idea of Para. 6: The third stafe of culture shock adjustment, "recovery", starts. II. 1. D 2. A 3. C 4. D 5. A 6. C 7. B 8. B 9. A 10. C

Vocabulay III. 1. utilize 2. reject 3. considerable 4. temporary 5. acceptable 6. recognition 7. alleviate 8. appreciate 9. furthermore 10. interact Exercises on Web course only: 11. distressed 12. hostility 13. favorable 14. marvelous IV. 1. interact with 2. gone though 3. deal with 4. received from 5. adjusting to 6. familiar to 7. In spite of 8. were tired of 9. prevented from 10. came to

NHCE-B2--Unit 2 Section A Vocabulary III. 1. promising 2. amusing 3. lowered 4. persist 6. swear 7. unfair 8. presence 9. frownng Exerses on Web couse ony: 11. outburst 12. indifferent 13. fussing 14. tropical 5. rank 10. approximately

IV. 1. on 2. upon 3. on 4. in 5. by 6. to 7. in 8. of 9. on 10. out Exercises on Web course only: 11. into 12. of 13. at 14. out 15. on V. 1. O 2. K 3. D 4. H 5. J 6. E 7. M 8. G 9. B 10. A

Word Buiding VI. 1. observe-observer: one who observes a person or an event 2. ski-skier: one who skis 3. visit-visitor: one who visits somebody or some place 4. learn-learner: on who learns something 5. report-reporter: one who reports on persons or events for a newspaper 6. drink-drinker: one who often drinks alcohol, esp. too much VII.

tropical global occasional dangerous occasional musical natural 1. tropical 5. global 2. musical 6. dangerous 3. occasional 7. natural

central environmental 4. environmental 8. central

Sentence Structure V. 1. 2. 3. 4. They didn’t lose heart despite lots of frustation. Despite the heavy rain, the boys played football in the yard all afternoon. I will try my best despite the slim chances of success. Despite a thorough search for the escaped prisoner in the mountain, no sign of him was found. 5. Despite their increased income, their life became poorer because of the rising prices. IX. 1. nor 2. nor 3. nor 4. nor 5. nor do I think it necessary to do so would they go to my sister's do we have her telephone number would I like to go to work immediately would I

Translation X. 1. Despite the fact that she is the only child in her family, she is never babied by her parents. 2. Mike did not come to the party last night, nor did he call me to give an explanation. 3. The person sitting next to him did publish some novels, but he is by no means a great writer. 4. He has no interest in football and is indifferent to who wins or loses. 5. The manager needs an assistant that he can count on to take care of problems in his absence. 6. This is the first time that he has made a speech in the presence of so large an audience. XI. 1. 尽管那项计划一开始就证明是不切实际的, 但是他们还是坚持要实施。 2. 我无法说服他接受这项计划,也无法使他认识到这项计划的重要性。 3. 你是怎么把那么多东西塞进这个小行李箱的? 4. 别人对他怎么看, 他全不在意。 5. 我能否指出你犯了个小错误? 6. 他母亲让他开车慢一点儿, 但是他从不把她的话放在心上。 Cloze X.

1. B 2. D 3. B 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. A 8. A 9. B 10. D 11. B 12. D 13. B 14. C 15. D XIV. Computers, just like any new technology, have a negative side. As more and more computersare used in production lines, may jobs ae being taken over by computer-controlled machines. As a result, may workers are fnding themselves jobless. This constitutes a threat to soial security. Another problem is computer crimes. For example, some people are finding ways to break into the bank computer systems and transfer large sums of money to their own accounts. There have been may reports like this. One more negative effect of computers is, that they bring about health problems. Sitting in front of computers all day undoubtedly affects people's health. Back pain, wrist pain, falling eyesight, to name only a few. Section B Reading Skill I. 1. D 2. A 3. A 4. C 5. B Comprehenion of the Text II. 1. D 2. B 3. C 4. D 5. A 6. C 7. A 8. B Vocabulary III. 1. sake 2. sacrificed 3. crack 4. persuing 6. overcome 7. indicated 8. opponents 9. stripped Exercses on Web course only: 11. amazing 12. condemned 13. suspicion 14. rumor 5. explosive 10. denied

IV. 1. Natasha made herself stand out in the group interview by acting as the leader in her goup. 2. To be successful, you need a careful plan, good luck, help at the right time, and above all, hard work. 3. They are not doing this to gain recognition or money; they are doing this for the sake of society. 4. It was actually what he said rather than what he did that made me sad. 5. Once my mother sets her mind on something, it will be very hard to stop her. 6. Years of research had set the stage for their success in their field. 7. Local people are used to the phenomenon, so they are not surprised at all. 8. Today at this meeting we are going to focus on the question of air pollution. 9. He never expected that his best friend would charge him with cheatng in the exam. 10. His parents were so strict with him in his studies that he had little time to

participate in any activities outside of class. Exercses on Web course only: 11. I was interested to see the elephants stripping trees of leaves with their long trunks. 12. I had told you again and again to find a more suitable person for this position, but you simply wouldn't hear of it. 13. A trained dog can act as a guide to a blind person.

NHCE-B2--Unit 3 Section A Comprehension of the text I. 1. The writer is a black man who is not a America citizen. 2. According to him, during their two yeas together they had experienced the usual ups and downs of a couple learning to kow, understand, and respect each other. In addition he thought they had honestly confronted the weakesses and stengthens of each other's characters. 3. They learned a great deal about tolerance, compromise, and being open with each other. 4. As with many couples, they got married for the wrong reasons and found out many yeas later that they were incompatible. They didn't take enough time to know each oter. 5. Her mother, counseled Gal to be really sure she was doing the right thing. 6. He immediately suspected that Mark was marrying his daughter in order to remain in the United States. 7. He quoted statistics showing that mixed couples had a higher divorce rate than couples of the same race and gave examples of mixed couples he had counseled who were having marital difficulties. 8. People can be very cruel toward children from mixed marriages. Vocabulary III. 1. mutual 2. illusion 3. canceled 4. overlooked 6. resolve 7. prejudice 8. compromse 9. confirm Exercises on Web course only: 11. hesitate 12. harbored 13. quote 14. suspect 5. proceeded 10. subsequently

IV. 1. have nothing to do with 2. tang cae of 3. met with 4. on the surface 5. work out 6. incompatible with 7. ups and downs 8. learned of 9. indication of 10. all along Exercises on Web course ony: 11. compromise between 12. For a time 13. supportive of V.

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Word Buiding 1. shopping 2. feeling 3. storage 6. beginning 7. gathering 8. removal 11. writing 12. marriage 4. cooking 9. arrival 5. ending 10. passage

VII. 1. relationship 2. citizenship 3. leadership 4. membership 5. boyhood 6. livelihood 7. brotherhood 8. authorship 9. adultood 10. neighborhood Sentence Structure VIII. 1. It is never too bad (for us) to do something about the situation. 2. One is never too old to learn. 3. It is never too late (for you) to put a stop to his madless. 4. It is never too late (for you) to mend your ways. 5. His income was never too small to support his family. IX. 1. My best friend, Anna, was here last night. 2. The company manager, Mr. Madison, gathered his staff and announced the decision. 3. You should have seen an ophthalmologist, an eye doctor. 4. He sent for the accountant, the most experienced person in accounting. 5. "Leave it to me," said David, the man on night duty. X. 1. You are never too experienced to learn new techniques. 2. There remains one problem, namely, who should be sent to head the research there. 3. Their relationship did meet with some difficulty at the beginning because of cultural differences. 4. Though he has had ups and downs, I believed all along that he would succeed someday. 5. I have smee reservations about the truth of your claim. 6. She isn't particularly tall, but her slim figure gives an illusion of height. XI. 1. 应尽早告知年轻人: 必须认真对待法律。 2. 他现在面临一个重要决定, 这个决定可能会影响他的整个前程。 3. 即使在情况最糟糕的时候, 你也必须保持镇静和信心。 4. 人际关系的成功与否与双方相处是否融洽以及交流是否顺畅有很大关系。 5. 他受到袭击, 身受重伤, 随后不治而亡。 6. 他的举止至少在表面上像个正常人。 Cloze

XII. 1. A 2. C 3. B 4. B 5. C 6. B 11. B 12. A 13. D 14. C 15. D Structured Writing XIV. Many people place so much emphasis on success that they think any failure is bad. Faiure is never pleasant because it hurts people. But in fact it can make a positive contribution to our life once we learn how to make the best of it. We can learn from a disastrous party how to give a good one. And we can learn fom an ill-chosen first house what to look for in a second. Even a total failure can give us fresh ideas or a change of direction. Repeated failures lead to success and prove to be beneficial to us as we experiment every day to find out the right way of doing things. Section B I. 1. F 2. F 3. O 4. F 5. O 6. O 7. O 8. F 9. O 10. F 7. C 8. D 9. C 10. D

Comprehenion of the Text II. 1. C 2. A 3. D 4. C 5. B 6. B 7.A 8. D

Vocabulary III. 1. arrange 2. criticism 3. innocent 4. criticizing 5. miserable 6. modest 7. compelled 8. somehow 9. anticipate 10. brilliant Exercises on Web course only: 11. ingredient 12. dialect 13. bubbled 14. diplomatic IV. 1. on 8. On 2. from...to 3. off 4. with 9. Concerning 10. to 5. away 6. about 7. over


NHCE-B2--Unit 41 Section A Vocabulary III. 1. forbid 2. idential 3. objection 7. declined 8. resisted 9. fancy 4. warmth 5. volunteers 10. decrease/decline 6. overseas

Exercises on Web course only: 11. vanish 12. connection 13. departure IV. 1. without fail 5. more than 9. vanished into V. 1. O 2. J 3. G 2. volunteer for 6. am thankful for 10. was free to 4. H 5. L 6. A

14. aboard 4. right away 8. forbidden from

3. as long as 7. wrote back

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Wording Building VI. weakness kindness happiness sadness strangeness illness easiness tiredness darkness laziness nervousness carelessness 1. sadness 2. weakness 3. carelessness 4. illness 5. darkness 6. kindness 7. laziness 8. nervousness V. dirty sunny curly salty healthy angry rainy easy silky icy wealthy windy lucky noisy tasty 1. noisy 2. wealthy 3. sunny 4. lucky 5. tasty 6. healthy 7. angry 8. icy Sentence Structure VIII. 1. It is necessary for the manager to finish the whole task before leaving for a holiday. 2. It is a shame to take so much money for doing so little. 3. It is our responsibility to help people around us who are in trouble. 4. It is a surprise for us all to realize he has been cheating us. 5. It is pleasant for the mother to see her daughter growing into a young lady. IX. 1. as long as she got her father’s agreement 2. As long as you set a goal for yourself 3. As long as she covers all the expenses herself 4. as long as she does her job well 5. As long as you never lose heart Translation X. 1. It is a great pleasure to meet friends fom afar. 2. It doesn't matter whether the cat is black or white as long as it catches mice. 3. You must let me have the money back without fail by ten o'clock tomorrow morning. 4. Allow me to take part in this project: I am more than a little interested in it.

5. Everyone knows that he is special: He is free to come and go as he pleases. 6. Watching the unhappy look on her face, I felt as though she wished to say something to me. XI. 1. 现如今, 仅仅受过中等教育的人要想找份好工作越来越难了。 2. 留得青山在, 不怕没柴烧。 3. 如果你对所购物品不满意, 我们将很乐意退款。 4. 我们对这块伟大的美丽的土地心怀感激之情, 多年来它迎接了众多的人来这里的海滩游览。 5. 让老师吃惊的是, 没人自愿当班长。 6. 那条狗忠心耿耿地继续在火车站等待主人, 直到两年后死去。 Cloze XII. 1. B 2. C 3. A 4. D 5. B 6. A 11. A 12. B 13. D 14. C 15. C XIII. Point of view presented at the beginning of the paragraph: She declined his request for her photo. Reon for her objection: 1. If you feelngs for me are real and honest, what I look like won't matter. 2. I’d be disgusted by the idea that you love me for my beauty. 3. If I’m plain, I would think that you were writing to me because of loneliness instead of love. 4. When you come to New York and you see me, you can make your decision. Both of us are free to stop or to continue. XIV. Parents have to save a large amount of money for their children to Study abroad. Apart from the international fight, they have to pay for their Daily expenses, such as food, shelter, entertainment, long-distance telephone calls, and clothing. In addition, the children should have some money ready to cover unexpected expenses. Section B I. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I am almost dead. I am moving across the landscape. I have achieved a modest amount of prosperity. A friend convinces me to go on a blind date with a lady friend of his. Roma gets a faraway look in her eyes. 7. D 8. D 9. C 10. A

Comprehension of the text I.

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Vocabulary III. 1. insurance 2. descended 3. precision 6. specify 7. accustomed 8. embraced Exercises on Web course only: 11. whip 12. scenery 13. products 4. trace 9. knelt 5. stain 10. prosperity

IV. 1. The Rockefeller family achieved a huge amount of prosperity in the oil business. 2. What all workers have in common is expecting better workng conditions. 3. You don't kow what his feelings will be, as they change from day to day. 4. This is generally a warm place, but we do get freezing weather on occasion. 5. Every year at Christmas drunk driving takes its toll on the joyful atmosphere. 6. Many people still cling to the hope that one day there will be peace between the two countries. 7. He was so angry that he lost control. 8. The climate in Alaska is a far cry from that of Florida. 9. How on earth did she manage to pass the test? 10. His career as a teacher came to an end when he broke his leg, but he continued to write textbooks for students.

NHCE-B2--Unit 5 Section A Comprehension of the text I. 1. She feels terrible. She wants to weep and she does weep a little. 2. He smoked Prince Albert tobacco in cigarettes he rolled himself. 3. Her father was hooked by cigarettes. Though he smoked Prince Albert tobacco, he never looked as fashionable as Prince Albert; he continued to look like a poor, overweight, hard-working colored man with too large a family. 4. By that time, her father's health had become poor. His breathing was difficult; he had to rest very often when he was climbing stairs. It was not unusual for him to cough for an hour. 5. Money that should be spend for food goes to the tobacco companies. As a result, over time, people starve themselves of both food and air, effetively weakening and hooking their children, and eventually killing themselves. 6. Cigarette ends are so poisonous that if a baby swallows one, it is likely to die. Also, the bolied water fom a bunch of cigarette ends makes an effective inseticide. 7. She still remembers how carefully she ate when she was pregnant, and how patiently she taught her daughter how to cross a street safely. But now

her daughter smokes, which amounts to killing herself by taking poison, as her father did. 8. Smoking is a form of self-battering that also batters others who must sit by. Vocabulary III. 1. hardened 2. shelter 6. noticeable 7. bunch 3. slim 8. drag 4. weaken 9. grateful 5. Literally 10. hooked

Exercises on Web course only: 11. lagely 12. swallowed 13. package IV. 1. leaned on 2. close at hand 5. coupled with 6. is directed...at 9. struggling to 10. a bunch of Exercises on Web course only: 11. pick up 12. coupled with Word Buiding VI. 1. Under the present situation the property prices are just beginning to harden again. 2. In the past few years, these inside conficts have weakened the government’s position. 3. Every Sunday the father takes his child to libraries, museums, exihibitions or natural parks, as he believes that this helps to broaden the child's mind. 4. The days are lengthening as summer approaches. 5. As she was waiting for the result to come out, her excitement heightened. 6. The taking on of a new secretary lightened his workload considerably. 7. As he listened to his assistant reporting on the progess of the project, the manager's face darkened with anger. 8. Before night fell, the setting sun reddened the clouds. VII. 1. arrival 5. freedom 2. expectations 6. profitable 3. understandable 7. lucky 4. Visitors 8. gathering 3. die of 4. are starved of 7. are...dressed in 8. grateful to

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Sentence Structure VIII.

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John went to the cinema with his brother, which surprised me. The boy broke the window, for which he was criticized by the teacher. He tore up my photo, by which I was angered very much. It was raining hard, for which the team stayed indoors Connie changed her mind for the second time, which came as no surprise to us.

IX. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The teacher spoke so quietly that the students could hardly hear her. The lecture was so boring that many listeners fell asleep. The student has so many books that he does not know what to do with them. The old man was so ill that his neighbors had to send for a doctor. Her remarks are so funny that everyone laughs to tears.

Translation X. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. He spoke confidently, which impressed me most My father is so forgetful that he is always looking for his keys. I’m very grateful to you for all the help you have given me. The bad light, coupled with the wet gound, made driving very difficult. Being starved of funds, they had to cancel their plan to start a business. They always lean on us wherever they are in trouble.

XI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 飞机可能会晚点几个小时,要是那样,我们等着就没有什么意义了。 乔治常常说谎,因此当他说他考试得了高分时没人相信他。 除了附近位于十字路口的那家小工厂,一切都静悄悄的。 缺少睡眠的人会感到很难集中心思干活。 我安排人去机场接克拉克先生,然后带他去宾馆。 一到达山顶,游客们都高兴地大叫起来。

Cloze XII. 1. C 2. C 3. B 4. A 5. B 11. D 12. A 13. A 14. D 15. C Structured Writing XIV. There are many problems for mixed marriages; The number one reason is the cultural differences between the mixed couple, like those in custom and lifestyle. Many people have prejudice against mixed marriages. They often feel shocked to see people of differert races get married and have doubts about such marrirages. 6. D 7. A 8. D 9. C 10. B

What's more, children from mixed marriages tend to be looked down upn or even badly treated by their peers. Mixed marriages face many trials, and as a result, mixed couples have higher divorce rates than couples of the same race. Section B Reading Skills I. 1. 2. 3. 4. giving them many material possessions change continually and frequently a sudden, uncontollable feeling of regret makes (the parent-child relationship) go wrong; taking (some of the happiness and mutual respct) away from (parents and their children) 5. start a new course of improved behavior II. 1. A 2. C 3. D 4. D 5. A 6. B 7. B 8. C Vocabulay III. 1. assigned 2. compensate 3. prompt 4. manner 5. tendency 6. undermined 7. submit 8. inferred 9. fluctuates 10. responded Exercises on Web course only: 11. definite 12. sensitive 13. improvements IV. 1. Jean wrote the speaker's address down in her notebook for fear that she might forget it. 2. Passengers must show their tickets on demand. 3. Officials are bound to investigate any possible corruption. 4. l took it for granted that you would come with us, so I bought you a ticket. 5. She has been selfish all the time, but she has promised to turn over a new leaf and become more loving toward others. 6. People in this region have pined for a peaceful life since the religious war broke out three decades ago. 7. Poor health had made it difficult for Jim to hold down a job for more than a year. 8. Betty gets very depressed at times because of the pressure of her work. 9. The boys at my school used to make fun of me because l have a fat nose. 10. Jenny kept begging me for a new bicycle, and I finally gave in. Exercises on Web course only: 11. As he attempted get off the train, he seemed to lose strength, and half fell 14. barely 15. harmful

to the ground. 12. It seems logical to suppose that wilder and wilder swings must in the end get out of control. 13. Dunne was murdered, along with three guads. 14. The hotels were packed with tourists.

NHCE-B2--Unit 6 Section A Comprehension of the text I. 1. She didn't like her first name because it didn't suit her good looks and elegant manner, and it made her think she should be a cook. 2. She felt more comfortable with herself and other people started to take her more seriously. 3. The writer thinks that the name change didn't cause Debbie's professional achievement, but it surely helped by making her feel more self-confident about her talents. 4. The writer thought that his name, Joe, made him seem more qualified to be a baseball player than an art critic. He also believed that if he had a more refined name, like Arthur or Adrian, his name would appear complete. 5. The woman felt ill at ease because the attractive man, whom she wanted the writer to introduce her to, was the same person whom she had once turned down due to his dull-sounding name. 6. We often project name-based streotypes onto people. For example, one of the writer’s women friends confessed that while taking charge of a group of four-year-olds at the nursery school, she became confused by their personalities because of their names. 7. One study showed that teachers gave lower grades to essays written boys with less appealing names than they awarded to the same papers by boys with beter-sounding names. 8. If you are determined enough, you can change your name. Vocabulary III. 1. confessed 6. convey 2. reserve 7. qualify 3. professional 8. refined 4. impressive 9. substitute 14. awarded 5. latter 10. approval

Exerses on Web course ony: 11. label 12. despair 13. prominent 15. characteristic 16. applications IV.

1. Correct form: fill out; synonym: fill in 2. Correct form: feel comfortable with; synonym: feel comfortable about 3. Correct form: attach first importance to; translation:非常重视; 把…放在第一位 4. Correct form: turned down; synonym: rejected; refused 5. Correct form: came (up) to; definition: moved toward 6. Correct form: pressing me for; definition: try in a determined way to get sth. 7. Correct form: free from/of; definition: not infuenced by 8. Correct form: stuck with; translation: 不得不接待; 被迫接待 9. Correct form: for better or worse; definition: whether the result is good or bad 10. Correct form: took charge of; synonym: took responsibility for Exercses on Web course only: 11. Correct form: guilty of; defnition: having committed some crime 12. Correct form: ill at ease; defintion: not relaxed; uncomfortable 13. Correct form: project ... on/upon; definition: imagine someone else is having the same feelings as you 14. Correct form: convey to; synonym: make it known to V. 1. M 2. K 3. L 4. F 5. I 6. C 7. H 8. O 9. E 10. B Word Buiding VI. illegal impolite irregular impatient irresponsible inconsistent inappropriate 1. impatient 6. incapable VII. unnoticeable uneasonable ungrateful unlimited uncertain uncover unrecognizable unfashionable undo untidy unfold unload 1. unreasonable 5. ungrateful 2. unfolded 6. unloading 3. uncertain 7. unlimited 4.uncovered 8. undid incapable incorrect indefinite

2. irresponsible 3. inconsistent 4. illegal 5. inappropriate 7. irregular 8. impolite 9. incorrect 10. indefinite

Sentence Structure VIII. 1. 2. 3. 4. so so so so is is is is air to man the eagle of all birds beer to the British tea to the Chinese

5. so do the English love their beer IX. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. While waiting at the doctor's, I read an entire short story. After using the brush; put it in its propr place. Before being in the army, he was an engineer. I deliberately didn't read the book before going to see the film. When buying a new car, it is best to seek expert advice.

Translation X. 1. (Just) as a machine needs regular running, so does the body need regular exercise. 2. He learned to play the piano while studying in the United States. 3. To our disappointment, he turned down our invitation. 4. The reality is that, for better or worse, the world has changed with the advance of new technologies. 5. Most of the female students in my class appear to be ill at ease when (they are) required to answer questions. 6. The local government took charge of the security for the sports meeting. XI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 足球之于意大利人,就像乒乓球之于中国人。 教师没急着要班里同学现在作决定,而是要他们仔细考虑后再下决心。 我不知道那是什么饮料,我喝了那么多; 结果那些小伙子只能送我回家,因为我有点醉了。 在中国北方,三月份往往多风。 尽管如此,政府已经同意总支出增加 6.2%。 信息被定义为通过陈述事实向大脑传达的知识,它可以有多种形式。

Cloze XII. 1. C 2. A 3. B 4. B 5. D 6. B 7. A 8. C 9. D 10. C 11. C 12. B 13. A 14. A 15. A Structured Writing XIV. My hometown and my college town have several things in common. First, my town is a small town. It has a population of only about 10,000 people. Located in a rural area, it’s surrounded by many acres of farmland which are devoted mainly to grow corn and soybeans. As for my college town, it’s small too. Having a population of about 11,000 local residents, it lies in the center of farmland which is used to raise hogs and cattle. Therefore living in my college town makes me feel at home.

I enjoy it. Section B Reading Skill I. 1. The writer wants to describe a soiological exercise that might seem to validate a standard criticim of sociologial research. (Para. 1) 2. During spring break from a local college, my friend and I went downtown to shop.(Para. 2) 3. The aim was to look like street people and to observe what difference that made in the way other people responded to them - whether the appearance of poverty would invite prejudice on them. (Para. 3) 4. They went into the bargain store of a local charity where they politely asked access to a bathroom. (Para. 4) 5. People judge by appearances. (Para. 7) Comprehenion of the Text II. 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. T 5. F 6. T 7. T 8. F Vocabulary III. 1. tidy 2. prevail 3. emotional 4. imitating 5. discourage 6. bargain 7. wander 8. superficial 9. concealed 10. accompanies Exercises on Web course only: 11. inherent 12. exclusive 13. internalized IV. 1. turned out 4. acting out 8. took sides 2. is not really up to 3. went to geat lengths 5. spoke of 6. Judging by 7. out of character 9. blow his cover 10. more or less 14. apart from 14. mild 15. validate

Exercises on Web course only: 11. turned to 12. out of bounds 13. tune out


NHCE-B2--Unit 7 Section A

Vocabulary III. 1. react 2. tense 3. recommended 4. destructive 5. perceive 6. emphasis 7. stirred 8. priority 9. attributed 10. stimulate Exercises on Web course only: 11. viewpoint 12. Excess 13. financial 14. independently 15. troublesome IV. 1. 4. 7. 9. V. 1. N 2. E 3. G 4. J 5. I 6. A 7. C 8. L 9. D 10. O blow his top 2. Among other things 3. take charge of put emphasis on 5. is attributed to 6. from my viewpoint substituted low-fat oil for butter 8. cut down on keep you audience in mind 10. out of control

Word Buiding VI. 1. endless 5. beautiful VII. realize nationalize privatize economize characterize normalize socialize criticize 4. economize 8. characterizes 2. thoughtful 6. successful 3. harmful 7. fearless 4. restless 8. joyful

1. nationalized 5. realized

2. criticize 6. soializing

3. normalized 7. privatized

Sentence Structure VIII. 1. When you are studying abroad, misunderstandings can result from cultural differences, among other things. 2. Online learning requires, among other things, commitment and discipline to keep up with the flow of the course. 3. The research work was severely criticized for its poor management, among other things. 4. They discussed, among other things, the future of the oil industry. 5. The article shows, among other things, the negative effects of generation gap

between parents and children. IX. 1. The more often I practice, the better I play. 2. The higher we got up in the air, the colder it became. 3. The more carbon the steel contains and the quicker the cooling is, the hader the steel becomes. 4. The more I thought about his suggestion, the more doubtful I became. 5. The more he eats, the fatter he becomes. X. 1. At the meeting they discussed, among other things, the present economic situation. 2. The more I learned about the nature, the more absorbed I became in its mystery. 3. The doctor recommend that those stressed people should try something new, interesting and challenging in order to give their negative feelings an outet. 4. The teacher gives more homework to the student who has bad grades instead of cutting it down. 5. By contrast, American parents are more likely to attribute their childen's success to natural talent. 6. One of a teacher's priorities is to stimulate students' interests and their creativity. XI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 除了其他内容,他的研究还牵涉到发展中国家与艾滋病的斗争。 这些人明白了他们的服务越好,他们就挣得越多。 尽管父亲似乎忧虑不安,但苏珊感觉不到他在表情或行动上有什么变化。 能获得多少经济资助已成为学生选择上哪所学校的更重要的因素。 她已经减少了外出和买衣服的花费,但她还是没钱开始还债。 控制压力的方法之一是认识到生活中有很多事情是我们无法掌控的。

Cloze XII. 1. D 2. A 3. D 4. C 5. D 6. B 7. B 8. C 9. B 10. B

Exercises on Web course only: 11. D 12. B 13. C 14. C 15. B Structured Writing XIV. My friend Jack has become a workaholic. He has too strong a desire to prove himself. According to him, good enough is never good enough. While others want

only to finish a few things, he aims to do everything by himself. Also, he is unwilling to spend time with hs family or friends, playing with the dog, or going fishing. He would feel guilty if he did so, because he believes that all his time should be spent working. He even wishes that he could have a day of 26 hours or even more. He has become a workaholic whether he likes it or not. Section B Reading Skills I. 1. It is generally about what a workaholic is like. (Title) 2. No. "There's a big distinction between working hard and being a workaholic." (Para. 1) 3. Not necessarily. "According to some psychology counselors, workaholism can be both good and bad for us." (Para. 4) 4. Three. (Para. 6) 5. We should lead a balanced life. (Para. 10) Comprehenion of the Text II. 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. F 7. F 8. T Vocabulary III. 1. constant 2. ambition 3. consequence 4. evident 5. summarize 6. welfare 7. schedule 8. attaining 9. loyal 10. indispensable Exercises on Web course only: 11. hazard 12. modes 13. consumption IV. 1. 2. 3. 4. There isn't anyting to do other than wait to see what will happen. Although Bill was going to the movies, he told Joe nto the contrary. I wonder who it was that defined man as a rational animal. Travelling in that country isn’t necessarily expensive; you can find reasonably priced hotels and restaurants. 5. Janet tends to get angry if you bother her. 6. I would rather walk there than go by bus. 7. She was held for 20 days and at times she feard her life. 8. He's been burning the midnight oil for a week now, getting ready for finals. 9. For many people the only possible way to escape from poverty is to move to other countries. 10. Born in Milan, he dropped out of unversity to devote herself to music. 14. discharged 15. rational

Exercises on Web course only: 11. Nuclear power is relatively cheap. But on the other hand, you could argue that it's not safe. 12. Mary is sufferng from ill health at the moment. 13. Millions of lives are at risk because of the lack of food. 14. The food isn't good, but at least it is cheap. 15. That's why I never married - I didn't want to be tied to the kitchen sink.

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