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全新版大学英语(第二版)综合教程_第四册_Unit7课后练习答案[1]

Key to Unit 7 Book 4
Vocabulary: I. Fill in the gaps with words or phrases given in the box. Change the form where necessary. 1) 1. divined 2. nerves 3. solidarity 4. sacred; mourn 5. coated 6. perish 7. hijack 8. grief 9. farewell 10. take revenge on 11. revolves 12. denounced 2) 1. drop… off 2. applied for 3. went off 4. are gaining on 5. bring down 6. blotted out 7. think back on 8. picking at 3) 1. brought down the American housing market in 2008 2. what will happen after his son steps into his shoes? 3. not in the mood to go out 4. long before the market began to show signs of weakness 5. mourn the loss of the tranquil life we had in the countryside 4) 1. in the aftermath of; to blot our; the tragic 2. armed; at dust; accomplices; explosives 3. in the space of; no illusion II. Collocation: 1. a little of 5. many 9. few of II. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

2. a few; most of // many of 6. many of 10. Some

3. much 7. much of

4. few 8. little

Usage: As the boy grew older she sings as beautifully as a nightingale // sings like a nightingale they don’t see themselves as servants of the people As she had left her key in the office Just do as you are told Areas once regarded as rural as they do in China As he was brave and loyal as well

Comprehensive Exercises: I. Cloze 1) Text-related 1. mood 2. tragic 5. toppling 6. solidarity 9. mourning 10. perished 2) Theme-related 1. crashed 2. horrible 6. utterly 7. truly

3. in the (immediate) aftermath of 4. chaos 7. take revenge on 8. thinking back on

3. harsh 8. justify

4. protect 9. rewarded

5. remove 10. devastating

II. Translation 1) Translate the sentences into English, using the words or phrases in brackets: 1. Some high-ranking officers of the armed forces started a coup, toppling the government and throwing the country into chaos. 2. The falling market shattered the illusion about getting rich quickly 3. Thinking back on the history of World War II, we can see that the formation of the Allies was the natural product of the development of political and military circumstances then. 4. Paul felt stung when Jim called him a religious fanatic. But as he was in no mood for q quarrel // not in a quarreling mood, he simply pretended not to hear it. 5. People say that time heals all wounds. But for those who have lost their loved ones in the event, will time fill up the void in their hearts? 2) Translate the passage into English, using the words and phrases given below: Today, long after the earthquake shook // hit my tome-town, I can still recall, in crystal detail, what I saw as I ran out of my home with my parents. The building just across the street toppled right before our eyes, debris flew everywhere and a cloud of choking dust blotted out the sun. Horror-stricken people ran in all directions, crying and screaming. Now, many years after that tragic event, a new town has risen on the wreckage of the old one. In the town square, a memorial has been build to remember those killed in the disaster. It seems the wounds in people’s hearts have healed, but the memory will linger.