Ex.3 1.B, 2.A, 3.D, 4.D, 5.C
Ex.4 1.media 2.images 3.abusive 4.fulfilling 5.recognition
6.status 7.stresses 8.aware 9.deserve
Ex.5 1. obligation 2. applauded 3. fulfilled 4. mirror 5. flexibility
6. devalue 7. striving 8. entailed 9. supposedly 10. Consequently
Ex6. 1. refer to as 2. at best 3. by the same token 4. at large 5. hold up …as
Ex.8 Translate the following sentences into English.
1. With his promotion, he has taken on greater responsibilities.
2. He felt he did not have to make such a commitment to John any more.
3. Mary likes to go shopping in her spare time, as opposed to Lucy, who prefers to stay at home reading.
4. At best he’s ambitious, at worst a power-seeker without conscience or qualifications.
5. We have striven to the full to convince him, but we have made no headway.
Ex12 1.D, 2.C, 3.A, 4.C, 5.A
Ex13 1.redefined 2.sphere 3.accomplishment 4.opposite 5.playmates
6.emotionally 7.equality 8.initiative 9.status 10.change
Ex14. 1. equality 2. sustained 3. clue 4. expansiveness 5. was sacked
6. defined 7. sphere 8. sour 9. depressing 10. division
Ex15. 1. in the way 2. falling apart 3. have ruled out 4. at this rate 5. took up
Ex. 17 1. The popularity of Internet provides people with quick and convenient access to information.
2. Since he doesn’t agree to this plan, there is not much point in thinking about it any more.
3. I haven't seen it myself, but it is supposed to be a very good film.
4. If you don't work hard, you'll end up nowhere.
5. It's up to the United States to take the initiative in banning nuclear weapons.
Ex2. 1.A, 2.C, 3.A, 4.A, 5.C
Ex4 1.warned 2.communication 3.dangerous 4.identities 5.cheated
6.illustrates 7.advantages 8.differently 9.appearance 10.opportunities
Ex5. 1.awaited, 2.have overtaken, 3.pose, 4.cues, 5.has undermined,
6.soptted, 7.judged, 8.distracted, 9.offend, 10.mask
Ex6. 1.brought out, 2.with the exception of, 3.thanks to, 4.taken in, 5.capable of
Ex8. 1. He is no more fit to be a headmaster than any schoolboy would be.
2. As for her father, she is not sure whether he will accept her and her baby.
3. Staying up late will undermine one’s health while going to bed early and getting up early will benefit it.
4. The ambassador personally conveyed the president’s message to the premier.
5. The girl decided to open up and tell the police what she had seen.
Ex12. 1.A, 2.A, 3.C, 4.B, 5.A
Ex14. 1.embarrassed, 2.tutor, 3.potential, 4.hence, 5.yield,
6.affection, 7.appropriate, 8.presentation, 9.romantic, 10.recommendation
Ex15. 1.in terms of, 2.participating in, 3.get down to, 4.base...on, 5.acts on Ex16. 1.courtesy 2.gentleman 3.embarrass 4.education 5.personality
6.behavior 7.affection 8.satisfy 9.appropriate
Ex17. 1. Excessive exercises does more harm than good to one’s health. Therefore we must control the amount of exercise we do.
2. He made a few attempts to join in their conversation, but he gave up out of timidness.
3. Trains cannot compete with planes in terms of convenience and speed.
4. Making a comparison between Chinese and American cultures will help you to better understand and adapt to your study environment in the USA.
5. It is a traditional Chinese virtue for the young on buses to yield their seats to the old, the weak, the sick and the disabled.