Unit 2
I. Key words & phrases available estimate urge reference uneasy soak drag peer lifetime rescue be lost in / lose oneself in might / may (just) as well every no and then keep up let down in bad / good shape
Friendship
correspondence tough postpone destination stuff despair extent supply leap highlight lose tough come up right away keep in touch (with) get rid of draw on
Additional Vocabulary show biz 指娱乐界, 娱乐业,show business 的简称 room and board 食宿费用 turn a deaf ear to sth. 对……充耳不闻 put all cards on the table 打开天窗说亮话 an easy-going man 随和的人 online transaction 网上交易 the president elected 当选总统 jerry-built project 豆腐渣工程 do a thankless job 吃力不讨好 rouse sb. into full play 调动积极性 chain debts 三角债 memorial service 追悼仪式 sustainable development 可持续发展 look before you leap 三思而后行 track and field sports 田径运动 make witty remarks 说俏皮话 money laundering 洗钱 cross-strait relations 海峡两岸关系 Associated Press (AP) 美联社 show oneself up 现丑 competitive products 拳头产品
self-employed households / people 个体户 produce and market fake and shoddy commodities 制造销售假冒伪劣商品 abolish the welfare-oriented distribution (allocation) of public housing 取消福利分房 become self-employed or work in the private sectors of the economy 从事个体和私人经济
Ⅱ. Vocabulary & Structure

  1. In general, the amount that a student spends for housing should be held to one-fifth of the total for living expenses. A. acceptable B. advisable C. available D. applicable
  2. At a rough , we' ll spend another four weeks finishing this plan. A. estimate B. value C. evaluation D. account
  3. Be sure to the good habit of reading aloud every morning. A. keep on B. keep up C. keep in D. keep away
  4. I the old man to be careful because the road was very slippery. A. suggested B. supposed C. suspected D. urged
  5. He is quite sure that it's impossible for him to fulfill the task within two days. A. roughly B. exclusively C. fully D. absolutely
  6. Since the situation has changed, we have to making a decision. A. cancel B. postpone C. delay D. announce
  7. Beyond the mountain, lying in waves of green and brown, was my . A. goal B. aim C. destination D. object
  8. All our attempts to the child from drowning were in vain. A. regain B. recover C. reserve D. rescue
  9. When he couldn't get facts, Mr Smith would his imagination for his new articles. A. draw up B. draw out C. draw on D. draw down
  10. He gave up his study in college in because of his ill-ness. A. ash B. despair C. disable D. display
  11. It is useful to be able to predict the extent which a price change will affect supply and demand. A. from B. with C. to D. for
  12. There is no to the house from the main road. A. destination B. avenue C. exposure D. access

  13. I noticed she avoids making any reference her first husband in her latest book. A. to B. about C. on D. at
  14. The newspaper didn't mention the of the damage caused by the fire. A. range B. level C. extent D. quality
  15. She was so that she forgot to have dinner. A. lose in study B. lost in study C. losing in study D. to lose in study
  16. The teacher assigned a book for us to read after class. A. conference B. inference C. difference D. reference
  17. John didn't come to my birthday party because something unusual . A. came to B. came off C. came up D. came up with
  18. We are writing to the manager the repairs recently carried out at the above address. A. with the exception of B. with reference to C. with the purpose of D. with a view to
  19. If you don't like to swim, you stay at home. A. should as well B. can as well C. may as well D. would as well
  20. Many parents called me yesterday offering me their congratulations my good record. A. about B. for C. on D. at
  21. George wants $1,000 for his old car, but I don' t think it' s as much as that. A. price B. valuable C. value D. worth
  22. Having a fever means that your is too high. A. heat B. temper C. temperature D. temptation
  23. My aunt is rich and owns a lot of in the middle of our town. A. preparation B. prospect C. property D. prosperity
  24. A lot of Chinese live in that of San Francisco and have a business. A. distance B. display C. distinct D. district
  25. Barbara's wedding was a big . There were more than two hundred guests. A. action B. exchange C. occasion D. opportunity
  26. I didn't actually tell John the answers to the question, but I gave him several to help him. A. routes B. hints C. hits D. views
  27. George finally to find what he was looking for. A. succeeded B. managed C. attempted D. achieved
  28. I don' t think Mr. Williams is in his office, but I' 11 go and . B. watch C. observe D. notice A. check
  29. If you take your dog to the public park, you have to keep it under .
A. pressure B. duty C. control D. power
  30. I hadn't seen Peter for twenty years, and when we met, he had changed so much that I could hardly him. A. recognize B. recommend C. remind D. reveal
  31. In 1971, the people of that country were to every danger ? flood, famine, disease and war. A. suffered B. entitled C. exposed D. related
  32. Mrs. Johnson is very popular, and all her students have a great for her. A. record B. regard C. award D. reward
  33. I'm going to have an orange. That's my fruit. A. favorite B. fortunate C. popular D. proper
  34. These days, a singer has to work hard to build up his or her . A. image B. imagination C. impression D. figure
  35. It's clear that there's a strong between smoking and heart disease. A. band B. joint C. link D. ring
  36. Quite recently man has succeeded in sunlight directly into electrical energy. A. altering B. making C. converting D. transferring
  37. The explorers returned because they had food. A. run away with B. run out for C. run out of D. run up to
  38. When Mr. Johnson was old, his business on the farm was by his son. A. taken over B. taken away C. taken off D. taken up
  39. His new appointment takes from the beginning of next month. A. place B. effect C. post D. position
  40. We regret to inform you that the new type computers you ordered are . A. out of work B. out of stock C. out of reach D. out of practice
  41. You can borrow my tape-recorder if you it to me tomorrow, A. will return B. are returning C. return D. have returned
  42. It for a week and the streets were flooded. A. has rained B. had been raining C. was raining D. rained
  43. Mr. Smith has just phoned to say that he back till Wednesday next week. A. doesn't come B. isn't coming C. hasn't come D. not to come
  44. My bag is nowhere to be found, I it when I was on the bus. A. must drop B. had dropped C. should have dropped D. must have dropped
  45. All instruments before the experiment began. A. prepared B. were prepared C. had been prepared D. have been prepared
  46. With science and technology , industry and agriculture in China will develop rapidly. A. to modernize B. modernizing C. modernize D. modernized
there for many years, she knew the place quite well. A. Living B. Lived C. To live D. Having lived
  48. They are said a new library now on the other side of the river, which will be completed next year, A. to be building B. building C. to be built D. to have built
  49. I don't remember a chance to try this method. A. to give B. being given C. to be given D. giving
  50. It is no good to keep in the memory grammatical rules. You need to practise what you have learned. A. trying to B. to try to C. try to D. tried to

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Ⅲ. CET 4 Vocabulary

  1. I'm not sure the new car is properly insured. A. whether B. which C. what D. as
  2. No one knows damage the cosmic rays (宇宙射线) can do to a human being, but scientists feel that brief exposure is probably not very harmful. A. that B. what C. which D. whether
  3. Many of the human problems associated with living in the ocean are the problems of living in outer space. A. just as B. such as C. such that D. the same as
  4. The crime was not discovered till 48 hours later, gave the criminals plenty of time to get away. A. which B. that C. so D. what
  5. Please remind me of the appointment again tomorrow I forget. A. in the case B. in case C. in the case of D. in case of
  6. He didn't come to the meeting yesterday; otherwise he him. A. saw B. would see C. would have seen D. had seen
  7. asleep when a knock at the door awakened her. A. Scarcely did she fall B. Scarcely had she fallen C. No sooner had she fall D. No sooner did she fall
  8. I won't go to Japan next week, . A. he won't neither B. neither he will C. neither won't be D. neither will he
  9. the first to use nuclear weapons, B. At no time will be China A. At no time will be China C. At no time will China be D. Will at no time China be
  10. Of the two teachers, one is experienced but is not. A. the another B. another C. the other D. other
  11. There were no tickets for German trade exhibition. A. preferable B. available C. possible D. considerable
  12. The doctors that the total cost for the treatment of the disease will go from 5,000 yuan to 10,000 yuan. A. evaluate B. judge C. estimate D. conclude
  13. Your account of the accident has little with the story John told.
A. correspondence B. response C. responsibility D. conviction
  14. He lives somewhere in the of the railway station. A. neighbor B. neighborhood C. shelter D. region
  15. He feels it impossible to give up smoking. A. patiently B. practically C. perfectly D. privately
  16. They the local government to approve plans for their reform program. A. utter B. upgrade C. urge D. upset
  17. The young couple postponed children again and again. A. to have B. have C. for having D. having
  18. The boy had excellent from men for whom he had worked. A. diligence B. evidence C. difference D. reference
  19. They didn't arrive at their in time because of the extreme weather. A. destination B. aim C. purpose D. end
  20. In reading a novel, I generally over all the long descriptive passages. A. scan B. skim C. skip D. search
  21. He grasped her by the throat and started to the life out of her. A. choke B. check C. chase D. chew
  22. She through the mist, trying to find the right path. A. picked B. peered C. prayed D. poured
  23. I have tried all sorts of medicines to this cold. A. get out of B. get away from C. get ready for D. get rid of
  24. You will have to the wallpaper before you can scrape it off. A. incorporate B. absorb C. suck D. soak
  25. The little girl higher and higher when her brother pushed her. A. raised B. rose C. swung D. rocked
  26. The escaped prisoner was out of his hiding place. A. dragged B. pulled C. drawn D. tied
  27. He himself didn't realize to what his point of view had changed. A. extension B. extent C. content D. confidence
  28. Alone in London, without friends, work, or money, Shelley fell into. A. disadvantage B. danger C. disappointment D. despair
  29. He his childhood memories for the material of most of his stories. A. draws on B. draws in C. draws back D. draws up
  30. The lighting of the Christmas tree was the of the evening. A. harmony B. halt C. highlight D. horizon
  31. Many people fell asleep, but it seemed the meeting would never end. A. as such B. as if C. as well D. even if
  32. I had great difficulty in waking him, he swore that he was not asleep. A. If B. Although C. After D. Before
  33. He used to visit his old friend at Christmas, ? A. use not he B. did he C. used he D. didn't he
  34. The farmers in the country plant various crops, corn, bean, wheat and so on. A. such that B. as such C. such D. such as
  35. Many students enjoy questions in English in the class.
A. asking B. to ask C. to be asked D. to be asking
  36. He regretted to say that he the letter sooner. A. should write B. should have written C. had written D. had been writing
  37. I'm glad you want to talk about this. It's been for weeks. A. up my mind B. in my mind C. on my mind D. out of my mind
  38. I can tell you something you've been wanting to know. A. that B. which C. what D. as
  39. I couldn't move this leg. It was as if it stuck to the floor. A. be B. is C. were D. was
  40. Nobody believes he said, makes him really upset. A. that.. that B. which.. what C. what.. which D. that.. what
Ⅳ.Reading Comprehension (
  1)
It has been found that less than one shopper in five makes a complete shopping list before going to the store. The reason for this is that seven out of ten of today's purchases(购买)are decided in the store, where the shoppers tend toward impulse(冲动)buying. Buying groceries on impu
 

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