Part Bhttp://user.qzone.qq.com/745416816 Text 1 Exercise 1:
  1. c
  2. a
  3.b Exercise 2:
  1. She suggested that her husband spend more time with his mother. She said to her husband, "Life is too short, but you need to spend time with the people you love. You probably won't believe me, but I know you love her and I think that if the two of you spend more time together , it will make us closer."
  2.
  1) ...she was waiting by the door with her coat on and she had her hair curled.
  2) She had told her lady friends about this. Text 2 Exercise 1:
  1. c
  2. d
  3. d Exercise 2:
  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F Part C
  1. b
  2. c
  3. b
  4. d
  5. d PART D My First Job My parents ran a small restaurant. It was open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. My first job was shining shoes for customers when I was six years old. My duties increased as I grew older. By age ten I was clearing tables and washing plates. My father made it clear that I had to meet certain standards. I had to be on time, hard-working and polite to the customers. I was never paid for any work I did. One day I made the mistake of telling Dad I thought he should give me ten pounds a week. He said, "OK, then how about you paying me for the three meals a day when you eat here and for the times you bring your friends here for free drinks?" He figured I owed him about 40 pounds a week. This taught me quite a lot. Unit 2 Part B Text 1 Exercise 1:
  1. b
  2. a
  3. d
  4. c Exercise 2: 1984 / son / medical school / tuition / afford it / realize / newspaper ads / extra business / advertisement / succeeded / agent / changed / phone call / put aside / doing / immediately / familiar / father-in-law's / visited / his father-in-law alive / coincidence. Text 2 Exercise 1:
  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. F
  5. F Exercise 2:
  1. He was intrigued.

  2. A bank statement.
  3. his father-in-law had put an amount of money in the bank for his grandchildren's education.
  4. A little over $15,0
  00.
  5. He could use the money to cover the tuition of his first year at a medical college.
  6. He is a doctor in Illinois. Part C
  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T
  6. T
  7. F
  8. T PART D Unexplained Parallels One of the best-known collections of parallels is between the careers of Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. Both were shot on a Friday, in the presence of their wives; both were succeeded by a Southerner named Johnson; both their killers were themselves killed before they could be brought to justice. Lincoln had a secretary called Kennedy; Kennedy a secretary called Lincoln. Lincoln was killed in the Ford Theater; Kennedy met his death while riding in a Lincoln convertible made by the Ford Motor Company -- and so on. Similar coincidences often occur between twins. A news story from Finland reported of two 70-year-old twin brothers dying two hours apart in separate accidents, with both being hit by trucks while crossing the same road on bicycles. According to the police, the second victim could not have known about his brother's death, as officers had only managed to identify the first victim minutes before the second accident. Connections are also found between identical twins who have been separated at birth. Dorothy Lowe and Bridget Harrison were separated in 1945, and did not meet until 1979, when they were flown over from Britain for an investigation by a psychologist at the University of Minnesota. (8 处答案为 met,
  34)They found that when they met they were both wearing seven rings on their hands, two bracelets on one wrist, a watch and a bracelet on the other. They married on the same day, had worn identical wedding dresses and carried the same flowers. Dorothy had named her son Richard Andrew and her daughter Catherine Louise; Bridget had named her son Andrew Richard and her daughter Karen Louise.(10 处答案 similar 自 己看下这个不一定, children) In fact, she had wanted to call her Catherine. Both had a cat called Tiger. They also had a string of similar mannerisms when they were nervous. How can we explain the above similarities? Unit 3 Part B Text 1 Exercise 1:
  1. b

  2. c

  3.a
Exercise 2:
  1. Because she wanted to understand each other's expectations so that potential problems could be avoided and they could live happily together.
  2. Cleaning up. Everything must be cleaned up and put away before going to bed.
  3. Sleeping. Time for bed: 11pm; time to get up: 6:30am except on weekends. Text 2 Exercise 1:
  1. F
  2.F
  3.T
  4.T Exercise 2:
  1. One rule says that if they get lost for more than five minutes when they are driving, they must stop and ask for directions.
  2. Once Tom and Linda got lost when they were driving to a friend's wedding. Linda wanted to stop at a gas station to ask the way, but Tom
  3. thought he could figure it out.
  4. As a result, they were late for the wedding because they went in the wrong direction for forty miles. Part C
  1. ...not so special/not extremes
  2. a. ...get angry quickly b. ...change themselves... PART D 原文 Husbands and Wives Don't See Things Alike Let's face it -- husbands and wives just don't see things alike. Take TV remote controls, for example. I'm a channel-grazer. When I watch the news, I flip back and forth through four different networks. "It drives me crazy when you do that," my wife complains. I don't understand why she has no interest in other channels. After all, she is a woman who wants to know everything going on in the neighborhood and among all the relatives. Just one button away might be an interesting program on How to Lose Fifty Pounds by Eating Chocolate Sundaes or How to Understand Weird Husbands. But, no, she won't change channels, not even if she dislikes the program she's watching. "This talk show host makes me so angry!" she cried one evening. "Then why don't you change the channel?" I asked. "Because I can't stand people who are always changing channels." Differences. No right or wrong, just differences. "The first law of civilization," said an old philosopher, "is to let people be different." I don't need to convert my wife to my ways, and she doesn't try to make me be like her. We simply take turns monitoring the remote control.
答案仅供参考
  1. The major difference between the speaker and his wife is their TV viewing habits.
  2. According to the speaker, he is more interested in talk shows while his wife is more interested in news programs.
  3. The wife seems to be more weird than the husband is.
  4. The speaker and his wife usually take turns working the remote control when they watch television.
  5. It can be inferred that women are generally more tolerant than men of their spouse's differences.
  6. The speaker and his wife maintain peace not by changing each other but by tolerance. Unit 4 Part B Text 1 Exercise 1:
  1. d
  2. c
  3.a Exercise 2: Sam has been a police officer for 30 years. He has done everything from patrol to undercover work. He has also done detective work and now he is supervising investigations. Sam thinks being a police officer is a very stressful job, but it depends on the assignment one has. In his opinion the biggest pert of the stress is the fear of the unknown and patrol is the most stressful assignment. Text 2 Exercise 1:
  1. T
  2. F
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T Exercise 2:
  1. ... One is an exercise program, another is a psychological program with counseling for officers. And there are several discussion groups as well for officers to sit down and talk about their stress with other officers.
  2.
  2)...He tries to get some sort of exercise every day.
  3)...his personal relationships, especially his relationships with his wife. Part C
  1. d
  2. d
  3. d
  4. b
  5. c PART D Finding Creative Outlets for Very Stressful Times Beautifying your home is a fun and practical pastime that can offer a wonderful sense of accomplishment. Few people may realize, however, that painting the walls, knitting bedspreads or sewing pillows can help relieve the life pressures we all experience.
Studies indicate that engaging in creative endeavors such as sewing and crafting can lower one's risk of stroke, kidney damage and heart disease. These calming, repetitive activities relax the mind and can lower blood pressure. Sharing such activities can also be a way to spend time with loved ones, which increases our sense of belonging and further reduces stress. People have always turned to working with their hands in times of stress. Handicraft works, with their symbols of hope, have a far greater impact when created by groups. Keep in mind the following tips to increase the stress-relieving benefits of your craft projects:
  1. Work with materials that stimulate the senses; work in a comfortable area without distractions; play your favorite music.
  2.(4 处答案 framing) Make a family project of selecting your favorite photos, and frame them so they can be enjoyed every day. In stressful times, the photos can lift your spirits as you recall happy moments.
  3. If your schedule is hectic, choose a practical project that will make the most of crafting time. If a simple kitchen curtain needs to be replaced, start there. Change sometimes compels us to see things in new ways. Unit 5 Part B Text 1 Exercise 1:
  1. D
  2. D Exercise 2:
  1. F
  2.T
  3.F
  4.T
  5.T
  6.F
  7.T
  8.F
  9.F
  10.T Text 2 Exercise 1:
  1. Reaching Everybody by Exposing Lies
  2. They launched an advertising campaign to call on youth to fight against tobacco companies by starting the "Not fro Sale" commercial on television and radio.
  3. They intend to spread the message that teenagers no longer want to be targeted by tobacco companies in their advertisements. Exercise 2:
  1. c
  2.a
  3.c
  4.c
  5.b Part C Skatescooter Mostly made in Switzerland In 1999 Not until it was popular in Japan For sport; for transportation from home to the underground or
from a bus stop to the office a variety of people, from students to business executives Can be folded up without difficulty and is easy to carry about PART D 答案(仅供参考)16 years old,go to college, clothes and boys, her grades slipped, a scholarship, wealthy, afford, tuition,normal,fashion and dating,a talk,think about ,putting college off,wait, 未知,push ,take her education, seriously 原文 She Doesn't Seem Ready for College Hi, Jenny, you don't look happy. What's wrong? Jenny: Well, Roger, I've got a problem. Roger: What is it? Jenny: You know my daughter Jane is 16 years old now. And we've begun talking about college. She says she wants to go, but she's let her grades slip and no matter how I urge her to study, all she seems interested in are clothes and boys. We're not wealthy, you know. And it won't be easy for us to afford the tuition if she can't get a scholarship. Is going to college the best choice for her right now? Roger: Do you mean that she doesn't seem ready for college? Jenny: You're right. Roger: Then you'd better have a serious talk with Jane about college. Jenny: A serious talk with her? Roger: Yes, to my mind it's quite normal for girls her age to be wrapped up in fashion and dating, but as a mother you have a right to expect her to pay attention to her studies too. Jenny: Yes, but how? Roger: Ask her how serious she is about college and how hard she's willing to work for it. Jane may be more committed than you realize. But if not, tell her she should think about putting college off for a while. That could give her the push she needs to take her education seriously. Jenny: Sounds like a good idea. Roger: And if you decide she should wait, she can get a job, take classes at a community college or do an internship to get experience. She may be just one of those who need to see a bit of real life before they settle down. Unit 6 Part B Text 1 Exercise 1:
  1. D
  2. C Exercise 2: Leaves are Nature's food factories. Plants take water from the ground
through their roots and carbon dioxide from the air. Then leaves turn water and carbon dioxide into sugar in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll. This process is called photosynthesis. Leaves are mostly green because chlorophyll is green. As a matter of fact, there are, in leaves, small amounts of yellow and orange all along, but they are covered up by the green chlorophyll in summer. They show up in fall as chlorophyll disappears from the leaves, due to the decline of photosynthesis. The bright reds and purples we see in leaves of trees like maples are made mostly in fall. The brown color of trees like oaks is made from wastes left in the leaves. Text 2 Exercise 1:
  1. C
  2. B Exercise 2:
  1. They are leaf pigments, length of night, and weather.
  2. It is the steadily increasing length of night. They change their colors at the same time no matter whether they
  3. are on a high mountain or in warm lowlands because the timing of color change seems to be genetically inherited.
  4. It is because their needle-like or scale-like foliage is covered with a heavy wax coating and the liquid inside their cells contains cold-resistant elements.
  5. In the Arctic because the winter there is too cold. Part C Exercise:
  1. T
  2.F
  3.T
  4.T
  5.F
  6.F
  7.T
  8.T Part D 答案 Where, 原文 For years Mr. Urquhart and his colleagues wondered where the migratory monarchs spent the winter. (第 3, 空答案 mystery 仅供参考, his 4 colleagues wondered)Despite their hopes, fieldwork in Florida and along the Gulf Coast discovered no large groups of wintering monarchs. Then in late 1972, his wife Norah wrote to newspapers in Mexico about the project, asking for volunteers to report sightings of the butterfly and help with tagging. Finally, in response came a letter, dated February 26
 

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