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New Horizon College English

Unit 1 Section B

The Romantic Life of Secret Agent Albert

新视野

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Test Yourself-----Multiple Choice

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Directions: For each sentence there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D). Choose the ONE answer that best completes the sentence.

1. Fuel scarcities and price increases ____ automobile designers to develop completely new lines of small cars and trucks.

A) prompted B) persuaded

C) imposed D) enlightened

A)prompted

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2. As he was the only person who has the key, Simon felt himself ____ suspicion.

A) under B) in

C) beyond D) upon

A) under

3. It was such a grand view that it ____ strong emotion in us sight-seers.

A) roused B) rose

C) arose D) aroused

D) aroused

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Test Yourself-----Multiple Choice

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4. It was ____ of you not to play the piano while I was having a sleep.

A) considerate B) careful

C) considering D) considerable

A) considerate

5. Some of the old ____ about the space age are coming true.

A) fantasiesB) delusions

C) nightmares D) impressions

A) fantasies

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Test Yourself-----Multiple Choice

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6. A lot of old buildings in the town were ruined during the earthquake, but they were beautifully ____ soon by the local people. A) recovered B) restored C) resumed D) returned

B) restored

7. Reading ____ the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.

A) rectifies B) prolongs C) minimizes D) furnishes

D) furnishes

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8. While the development of the suburbs has created problems, it has also provided ____ modern housing for millions of people. A) excessive B) immense C) memorable D) substantial

D) substantial

9. She worked hard at her task before she felt sure that the results would ____ her long effort. A) justify B) testify C) rectify D) verify

A) justify

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10. Hunger could be his only for killing a living thing.A) sensation B) cause

C) purpose D) motive

D) motive

11. I will ____ my lawyer to write out the agreement.

A) inform B) notify

C) announce D) report

B) notify

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12. A benefit performance is a performance for which a charitable organization has bought out at a discounted price and ___ funds by selling tickets at a full price.

A) furnishes B) raises C) accumulates D) contributes

B) raises

13. Although these people knew that their boss was in a difficult situation, they were still ____ him. A) sticking to B) sticking with C) sticking on D) sticking by

D) sticking by

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14. The secret agent concealed his real mission, so many local people were____ into thinking that he was a good person.

A) betrayed B) driven

C) deceived D) convinced

C) deceived

15. The coming of the railways in the 1830s ____ our society and economy.

A) transferredB) transformed

C) transmitted D) transported

B) transformed

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16. One day, you will have to ____ this foolish behavior. A) payB) pay for C) pay back D) pay off

B) pay for

17. The French pianist who had been praised very highly ____ to be a great disappointment.

A) turned upB) turned out

C) turned in D) turned down

B) turned out

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18. He has never done this type of work before; I am not sure how he will fit _____ with it.

A) in B) on

C) into D) up

A) in

19. She cut her hair short and tried to ______ herself as a man. A) decorateB) disguise

C) fabricateD) fake

B) disguise

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20. Your advice would be ___ valuable to him,

who is at present at his wits’ end.

A) exceedingly B) excessively

C) extensively D) exclusively

A) exceedingly

21. At first, the speaker was referring to the problem of pollution in the country, but halfway in her speech, she suddenly ___ to another subject.

A) committed B) switched

C) favored D) transmitted

B) switched

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22. On hearing the bad news, she sprang up ______.

A) for a start B) with a start

C) at the start D) from the start

B) with a start

23. Wouldn’t it be wise to _____ the possibility of rain before planning the garden party?

A) check in B) check through

C) check out D) check on

D) check on

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24. It was such a solemn occasion that not even a child ____ a sound.

A) delivered B) uttered

C) voiced D) spoke

B) uttered

25. My father seemed to be in no ____ to look at my school report.

A) emotion B) mood

C) attitude D) feeling

B) mood

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26. His face ____ with pain when badly hurt by the shopkeeper.

A) contracted B) was twisted

C) was twinkled D) twisted

B) was twisted

27. The naughty boy ____ in his shoes when he saw the cane in his father’s hand.

A) shivered B) trembled

C) frightened D) feared

A) shivered

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28. The students couldn’t _____ what the teacher was trying to explain.

A) grip B) seize

C) grasp D) snatch

C) grasp

29. The older New England villages have changed relatively little ____ a gas station or two in recent decades.

A) except for B) in addition to

C) except D) besides

A) except for

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30. Having come from a ____ society, Dick found it hard to adjust to a small town.

A) abundant B) wealthy

C) sufficient D) large

B) wealthy

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words and phrases
特工

读到

首先;一则

枪声

secret agent

read about

for one thing

the crack of guns

Words and Phrases
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经营

暗自笑了

振作点

为…冒生命危险

很可能

deal in

laugh to oneself

Take cheer.

risk one’s life for sth

may well

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一份特别重要的文件

影响历史的进程

灯一亮

你真吓了我一跳。

我发誓

兴风作浪

a paper of singular importance

affect the course of history

as the light came on

you gave me quite a start

I swear

raise the devil

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邪恶地笑了笑

站在我们的立场

检查

应门

气得脸色发青

毫不犹豫地

smiled an evil smile

from our standpoint

check on

answer the door

black with anger

not hesitate to do sth

sentences
Sentences
  • 步枪的射击声打破了乡村的寂静。
  • The silence of the village was broken by the crack of a rifle.
  • 一来我没钱,再说我太忙了。
  • For one thing, I've no money; and for another I'm too busy.
  • 她毫不掩饰自己的感情。
  • She made no disguise of her feelings.
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我刚一进这幢房子,灯全亮了。
  • Just as I entered the house, all the lights came on.
  • 那么多年后与她重逢,我非常激动。
  • It gave me a real thrill to see her again after so many years.
  • 如果你惊醒了孩子,母亲会非常生气。
  • Mother will raise the devil if you wake the baby.
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屋子的另一边站着一个男人,手里握着一支小手枪。屋子的另一边站着一个男人,手里握着一支小手枪。
  • Across the room, a small gun in his hand, stood a man.
  • 我们应从顾客的立场出发来考虑。
  • We should consider things from the standpoint of the customers.
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她一想到要独自走进那屋子就哆嗦。
  • She shivered at the thought of going into the house alone.
  • 公交车里空空的,只有一位老太太。
  • Except for one old lady, the bus was empty.
  • 阿兰发誓他会尽他所能帮助我们。
  • Alan swore that he would do everything in his power to help us.
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外面一片漆黑。
  • Outside was utter blackness.
  • 脸色惨白的查尔斯还在发抖,他盯着侍者离去的身影.
  • White-faced and shaking, Charles stared after him.
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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

read about / of:discover or find out about

sb. / sth. by reading 读到

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read to oneself 默读

read sb. 了解/理解某人

read between the lines 理解言外之意

Every day he comes back, he begins to read about stock prices .

每天一回到家,他便开始阅读有关股票价格方面的材料。

v about l1
arrange about

argue about

ask about

bring about

安排

辩论

询问

带来

V + about (L1)

V+about+sth 中about 表示“论及,谈起,涉及,着手”等意思

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care about

Complain about

go about

hear about

inquire about

在意

报怨

着手

听说

打听

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know about

quarrel about

read about

see about

set about

speak about

了解

争论

读到

负责处理

开始

谈起

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talk about

think about

trouble about

tell about

worry about

谈论

考虑

担心

讲述

着急

corridor etc l2
corridor etc.(L2)
  • passage: [C] also passageway, hall, hallway- a long narrow connecting way, esp. inside a building 通道
  • Her room is just along the passage.
  • corridor: a passage, esp. between two rows of rooms 通道;走廊;回廊
  • Go down the corridor, to the second room on the right.
  • Room 101 is at the end of the corridor.
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aisle: 1) a narrow passage between rows of seats, shelves, etc., e.g. in a theatre, plane, or large shop (剧院观众席间的)狭长过道
  • 2) a passageway for inside traffic, as in a department store, warehouse, or supermarket. 内部通道
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porch: a roofed entrance built out from a house or church 门廊, 走廊
  • channel: a narrow sea passage connecting two seas海峡
  • The English Channel is between France and England.
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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

romantic:a.1. appealing to fancy 传奇性的,有浪漫色彩的 2. not practical 不实际的,空想的

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a romantic girl 浪漫的女孩

romantic life 传奇的/浪漫的生活

romantic notions 不切实际的想法

The romantic tales of love and war are very popular particularly with young people.

具有浪漫色彩的爱情与战争故事尤其受到年轻人的青睐。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

for one thing…; for another…:一则······,二则······;原因之一是······,原因之二是······

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1.一则我不喜欢这颜色,二则我嫌价格太高。

1. For one thing, I don’t like the colour, and for another the price is too high.

2. Walkman is quite popular among young people. For one thing, it’s convenient and inexpensive; for another it brings them much pleasure.

2. 随身听在年轻人中很流行。一是因为它方 便、便宜。二是因为它能给人们带来精神享受。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

deal in: trade in; buy and sell 经营,做······买卖

比较: deal with处理,应付,对付

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1. 那家合资公司主要经营中国的纺织产品。

1. That joint venture mainly deals in the textile products made in China.

2. The sick man was difficult to manage but the nurse dealt with him all right.

2. 这个病人不好管,但那位护士却对付得很好。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

disguise: n.伪装;伪装物

vt.hide or cover up 伪装;掩盖

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1. 他看起来像个农民,但实际上他是个化了装的警察。

1. He looked like a farmer, but he was really a policeman in disguise.

2. He made no attempt to disguise his anger.

2.他不想掩饰自己的怒气。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

mysterious:a.hard to explain or understand 神秘的,难解的,不可思议的

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1. 他死得很神秘,警方正在调查此案。

1. He died in mysterious situations and the police are looking into it.

2. 作为演员,尽管她已被多次采访,她的生活仍是神秘莫测。

2. She’s an actress whose life has remained mysterious, despite the many interviews she has given.

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

exploit:n. brave and adventurous acts 英勇的行为, 冒险的行为 vt.利用,开发,剥削

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1.他战时的英雄事迹被拍成了电影和电视连续剧。

1. His wartime exploits were later made into a film and a television series.

2. 西部大开发就是要开发利用我国西部地区丰富的水、矿产和其它自然资源。

2. The western development is to exploit the abundant water-power, mine and other natural resources of the western area.

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

exceedingly:adv.to an unusual degree非常地,极度地

ex-: out; beyond (向外,超出)

前缀

Family members:

export 出口, 输出

expose 展开, 揭露

exit 出口

exhale 呼气

exclude 排外,排斥

excavate 挖出,发掘

expel 赶出,逐走

extract 抽出,拔出

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

Family members

proceedv. 前进, 进行

procedure n.步骤, 手续

processn. 过程

procession n. 行进的行

列, 队伍

succeed v. 继承,接续

exceedv.超过, 越过

excessn. 过度, 过分

excessive adj. 过多的,

过分的

excessively adv.

过分地,非常地

ceed, cede, cess: go; move forward (走)

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prep oneself l15
prep + oneself (L15)
  • to oneself for one's own private use; not to be shared 暗自地;私下的(常与have,think,say 等动词连用)
  • He said to himself, “I cannot do such a thing.”
  • in itself considering only the thing specified; in its true nature 本身,实质上
  • This novel is a history in itself.
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by oneself alone; without help from others 单独;独自;独立(前面加上all,起强调作用)
  • You can complete the task by yourself.
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for oneself personally; alone 为了自己;亲自;独自
  • If you don’t believe me, you can go and see for yourself?
  • of oneself automatically 自动地
  • The accident did not happen of itself.
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between ourselves also between you and me, between you, me, and the gatepost/bedpost, - infml without anyone else knowing; privately 秘密地, 别告诉别人
  • Keep it between ourselves.
exercise
Exercise
  • 1. Don’t you feel lonely living all _______ yourself?
  • 2. The door opened _______ itself.
  • 3. When one dines in a restaurant one likes a table _______ oneself.

by

of

to

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Exercise

Between

  • 4. _______ ourselves, (I think) he's rather stupid.
  • 5. Card playing is not harmful _______ itself; it is only when combined with gambling that it may be harmful.
  • 6. Do you have anything to say _______ yourself?

in

for

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

switch on:connect (electricity or an appliance) 接通, 开启

归纳记忆

turn on 打开 switch off/turn off 关闭 switch (over) to 切换到,转变成

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1. Entering the room, he switched on the light and began to read a novel.

1.一进屋,他就打开灯,开始读一本小说。

2. As the new semester has begun, we must switch over to our studies.

2.新学期已经开始,我们应当把注意力转移到学业上来。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

thrill:n.a feeling of excitement by sth. pleasant 兴奋, 激动, 紧张感 vt.使激动, 使兴奋

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a thrill of pleasure 一阵惊喜a thrill of fear 一阵恐慌a thrill of discovery 发现之惊喜a thrill of joy 一阵高兴

If something thrills you or if you thrill at something, it gives you a feeling of great pleasure and excitement.

如果有什么事令你惊喜,或者你对什么事感到惊喜,你会感到非常地激动和快乐。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

except for:with the exception of; apart from 除······ 之外(不同类)

except 表示“除······之外”(不包括在内) besides 表示“除······之外” (包括在内)

比较

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1. I know nothing about him except for the fact that he lives next door.

1. 除了知道他住在我隔壁外,其它的我一无所知。

2. 除了一些拼写错误之外,这篇文章的确写得不错。

2. This essay is really well-written except for some spelling mistakes .

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

swear:vt.1. promise to tell the truth or do sth. in a particular way 发誓 2. use rude words in anger or surprise 咒骂

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1. Released from the prison, he swore to turn over a new leaf.

1.刑满释放,他发誓要重新做人。

2. 在作证前,证人必须宣誓保证说实话,不做伪证。

2. Before giving evidence, the witness must swear that he or she will tell the truth.

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

devil:n.an evil being, often in human form but with a tail and horns 魔鬼

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raise the devil / hell / the roof (with) 非常生气,大声抱怨between the devil and the blue sea 进退维谷like the devil 拼命地go to the devil 堕落

当销售者拒绝向顾客退赔时,在场的许多人对他非常生气。

When the seller refused to pay compensation for the customers, many people present raised the devil with him.

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

utter:a.complete; extreme 完全的,彻底的 vt.make (a sound or sounds) with the mouth or voice发出,说

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utter darkness一片漆黑 utter nonsense一派胡言 an utter stranger完全不认识的人 utter a word说一句话

utter a cry of pain发出痛苦的喊叫

utter a sound发出声音

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

simplify: vt.make sth. easy to do or understand; make simple 使易懂;简化

-fy: 使成为······, 变成······,······化

后缀

Family members:

simple + -fy simplify简化

pure + -fy purify净化

solid + -fy solidify加固

beauty + -fy beautify美化

clear + -fy clarify使明确

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mood:n.the way to feel at a particular time 心情,情绪

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in a good / bad mood 情绪好或不好

in the / no mood for sth. or to do sth.

有/ 没有心情做某事

1. If you are in a bad mood, you feel angry and impatient.

1.如果你情绪不好,你就感到不快和不耐烦。

2. 有兴致时,我喜欢去电影院看电影。

2. I like to go to the cinema when I am in the mood for it.

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check on:make sure that sb. / sth. is correct, safe as by examination 检查,核实,调查

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  • Before you leave the classroom, it’s necessary for you to check on whether all the windows and doors are closed.

1.在离开教室之前,你有必要检查一下所有的门窗是否关好。

2. The police are checking on every passenger to make sure that everything is all right.

2. 警察在对每位旅客进行检查,以保万事大吉。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

swift:a.quick or rapid 快的,迅速的, 敏捷的

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a swift decision 迅速的决定

a swift movement 迅速的移动

be swift to do sth. 做······ 迅速

be swift in (doing) sth. 做······ 速度快

be swift to anger 易于发怒的

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

twist: vt.1. bend or crush弯曲或挤压 2. give a false meaning to (words) 曲解,歪曲 n.a change in the way that sth. happens 变化,转折,改变

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twist one’s body 扭动身体

twist sth. into … 把······ 扭成

twist sth. around sth. else 把······缠在······

a twist of fate 命运的转机

give sth. a twist 把······拧一下

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

grasp:vt.1. hold sth. firmly 抓住 2. understand, esp. sth. difficult 理解,领悟 n.抓住;理解,领悟

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grasp sb.’s hand 抓住某人的手

grasp an argument 领会论点

grasp at an opportunity 抓住机遇

in the grasp of sb. 在某人的掌握之中

thorough grasp of sth. 对某事的彻底理解within / beyond one’s grasp 对某事能够/ 不能理解

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heave: vt.1. lift (sth. heavy) with effort 很费劲地举起,抬起 2. utter ( sth.) with effort (用力)发出(叹息声)

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1. 我惊讶地看到小男孩提起重重的手提箱把它放在了橱架上。

1. I was surprised to see the little boy heaving the heavy suitcase onto the closet shelf.

2. Tortured by the illness, the old man heaved a groan on the bed.

2. 由于病痛的折磨,老人在床上发出呻吟。

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Text B: Comprehension Guide & Language Points

sigh:vi.take a long deep breath that can be heard, expressing sadness, tiredness, etc. 叹息,叹气 n.the act of sound of sighing 叹息声

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sigh with relief/utter a sigh of relief 松了口气utter/heave a sigh 发出叹息

sigh over one’ unhappy fate 为不幸的命运叹息sigh for sth. 渴望,怀念

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1. 听到自己英语考试没及格,他叹息着离开了教室。

1. Hearing his failure in the English exam, he left the classroom with a sigh.

2. 老人独自一人坐在树下,渴望美好的昔日时光再度出现。

2. The old man was sitting under a tree alone, sighing for the good old times to return.

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shiver: vi.shake slightly because of feeling cold, ill or frightened 战栗, 发抖 n.the act of shivering 战栗, 发抖

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1.身体会因为冷或害怕而颤抖。

1. Your body will shiver when you are cold or frightened.

2. Hearing the good news, Mary gave a shiver of delight.

2.听到那个好消息,玛丽兴奋地颤抖着。