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  Unit one

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  Unit Four

  Elementary Schools in early America

  On Ambition

  一篇洋洋洒洒400单词的波兰语阅读中,除了单词,还有壹对不起眼的东西—标点符号—其实对于我们了然小说,做对标题都有非常大的声援,前几天,跨考教育[微博]土耳其共和国语教学钻探室刘正锋先生就跟大家八18报考大学生[微博]阅读中的起关键作用的非常标点符号。

  Waiting in Line

  What accounts for the great outburst of major inventions in early
America — breakthroughs such as the telegraph, the steamboat and the
weaving machine?

  If ambition is to be well regarded, the rewards of ambition–wealth,
distinction, control over one’s destiny–must be deemed worthy of the
sacrifices made on ambition’s behalf. If the tradition of ambition is to
have vitality, it must be widely shared: and it especially must be
highly regarded by people who are themselves admired, the educated not
least among them. In an odd way, however, it is the educated who have
claimed to have given up on ambition as an ideal. What is odd is that
they have perhaps most benefited from ambition–if not always their own
than that of their parents and grandparents. There is a heavy note of
hypocrisy in this , a case of closing the barn door after the horses
have escaped–with the educated themselves riding on them. Certainly
people do not seem less interested in success and its signs not than
formerly. Summer homes, European travel, BMWs– the locations, place
manes and name brands may change, but such items do not seem less in
demand today than a decade or two years ago. What has happened is that
people cannot confess fully to their dreams, as easily nad openly as
once they could, lest they be thought pushing, acquisitive and vulgar.
Instead, we are treated to fine hypocritical spectacles, which now more
than ever seem in ample supply: the critic of American materialism with
a Southampton summer home; the publisher of radical books who takes his
meals in three-star restaurants; the journalist advocating participatory
democracy in all phases of life, whose own children are enrolled in
private schools. For such people and many more perhaps not so
exceptional, the proper formulation is, “Succeed at all costs but avoid
appearing ambitious.”

  问号

  The British queue up and the Americans wait in line, except for New
Yorkers, who wait on line. No one seems to know the reason for this
local idiom. It is

  Among the many shaping factors, I would single out the country’s
excellent elementary schools; a labor force that welcomed the new
technology; the practice of giving premiums to inventors; and above all
the American genius for nonverbal, “spatial” thinking about things
technological.

  The attasks in ambition are many and come from varions angles; its
public defenders are few and unimpressive, where they are not extremely
unattractive. As a result, the support for ambition as a healthy
impulse, a quality to be admired and fixed in the mind of the young, is
probably lower than it has ever been in the United States. This does not
mean that ambition is at an end, that people no longer feel its
stirrings and promptings, but only that, no longer openly honored, it is
less openly professed. Consequences follow from this, of course, some of
which are that ambition is driven underground, or made sly. Such, then,
is the way things stand: on the left angry critics, on the right stupid
supporters, and in the middle, as usual, the majority of earnest people
trying to get on in life.

  报考学士乌Crane语中,阅读著作中的问号一般都是设问的效能,只问不答,答案不言自明,请一定认真品味笔者想要表明的真人真事含义。譬如201四年阅读text一

  something to ponder while waiting in/on line.

  Why mention the elementary schools? Because thanks to these schools
our early mechanics, especially in the New England and Middle Atlantic
states, were generally literate and at home in arithmetic and in some
aspects of geometry and trigonometry.

  destiny n. 1.命运 2.定数,天命

  中有句话“We’re doing these things because we know they help people
stay off benefits and help those on benefits get into work faster。”
Help? Really?

  Another thing to ponder: It is estimated that Americans spednd up to
five years of their lives in that tedious, weary but unavoidable process
known as waiting. Studies show that otherwise rational people act
irrationally when forced to stand in line or wait in crowds, even
becoming violent.

  Acute foreign observers related american adaptiveness and
inventiveness to this educational advantage. As a member of a British
commission visiting here in 1853 reported, “With a mind prepared by
thorough school discipline, the American boy develops rapidly into the
skilled workman.”

  destined a. 一.命中已然,预定的 二.以…为指标地的

  此处help?really?中问号就暗暗表示我们小编对以上的说教是不行反对的。

  Queues are a grim reality of city life. While there seems to be no
consensus onthe city’s worst line, the ones mentioned most often in
talks here and there were lunchtime lines at banks and post offices and,
among younger people, movie lines and college-registration lines.

  A further stimulus to invention came from the “premium” system,
which preceded our patent system and for years ran parallel with it.
This approach, originated abroad, offered inventors medals, cash prizes
and other incentives.

  deem vt. 认为,视为

  同时,关于问号,大家还需求留意假设壹篇文章开篇就是问句,那么则属于难题答案型小说,对标题的应对正是全文核心。比方一九九八年text四

  ”Bank lines,” said Mark Sloane, an investor. “No matter what time of
day you bank, the number of tellers is inadequate to the number of
patrons. Even when the bank is open you see long lines infront of the
money machines outside.”

  In the United States, multitudes of premiums for new devices were
awarded at country fairs and at the industrial fairs in major cities.
Americans flocked to these fairs to admire the new machines and thus to
renew their faith in the beneficence of technological advance.

  hypocrisy n. 伪善,虚伪

  第3段:What accounts for the great outburst of major inventions in
early America-breakthroughs such as the telegraph , the steamboat and
the weaving machine?那么那篇作品的中坚,我们就一览无遗了。

  ”Supermarkets,” said Ed Frantz, a graphic artist, who once abandoned
a full shopping cart in the middle of a long checkout line. It was not a
political act. “The line was filled with coupon clippers and check
writers,” he recalled. “And suddenly I had to walk away. Food no longer
mattered.”

  Given this optimistic approach to technological innovation, the
American worker took readily to that special kind of nonverbal thinking
required in mechanical technology. As Eugene Ferguson has pointed out,
“A technologist thinks about objects that cannot be reduced to
unambiguous verbal descriptions; they are dealt with in his mind by a
visual, nonverbal process. The designer and the inventor are able to
assemble and manipulate in their minds devices that as yet do not
exist.”

  location n. 一.岗位,场地 二.外景拍片地

  冒号

  In any line the fundamental rule is first come, first served, or
what dsocial scientists call “distributive justice.” Exceptions may be
made, say, in fancy restaurants where the headwaiters have their
favorites, but, in general, the rule prevails.

  This nonverbal “spatial” thinking can be just as creative as
painting and writing. robert fulton once wrote, “The mechanic should sit
down among levers, screws, wedges, wheels, etc. , like a poet among the
letters of the alphabet, considering them as an exhibition of his
thoughts, in which a new arrangement transmits a new idea.”

  locality n. 地区,地点

  冒号前后是从抽象到现实的历程,前边更是补充表达后边的原委。所以我们壹再能够分句冒号后边的东西来标准精通冒号在此以前的开始和结果。一九99年题材问划线单词的趣味,最初的小说如下:We live in a society in which the medicinal
and social use of substances (drugs) is pervasive: an aspirin to quiet a
headache, some wine to be sociable, coffee to get going in the morning,
a cigarette for the nerves.
 那么大家依据冒号之后的解释,能够很轻便的从[A] widespread     [B]
overwhelming  [C] piercing  [D] fashionable 中选出准确答案 [A]

  If misery loves company, so do sports fans. Dr. Leon Mann documented
this several years ago when, as a Harvard professor, he studied the long
overnight queues for tickets to ball games in his native Australia.

  When all these shaping forces — schools, open attitudes, the
premium system, a genius for spatial thinking — interacted with one
another on the rich U.S. mainland, they produced that american
characteristic, emulation. Today that word implies mere imitation. But
in earlier times it meant a friendly but competitive striving for fame
and excellence.

  situated a. 位于…的,坐落在…的

  破折号

  ”Outside the stadium something of a carnival atmosphere prevails,”
he wrote in The American Journal of Sociology. “The devotees sing, sip
warm drinks, play cards and huddle together.”

  invention n. 1.发明,发明物 2.捏造,虚构

  spectacle n. 1.演出,场面 2.景象,壮观 3.[-s]眼镜

  如果句子出先3个破折号,则注明前面包车型客车剧情对破折号从前的从头到尾的经过起补充表达或臧否推断的职能,类似于冒号;

  Like the teams they had come to watch, the fans in line took
timeouts. Some worked in shifts, with certain members leaving to take
naps or eat meals, while others saved their places in line. Some staked
claims in line with items of personal property such as sleeping bags and
folding chairs. “During the early hours of waiting,” Dr. Mann noted,
“the queues often consisted of one part people to two parts inanimate
objects.”

  inventor n.发明家,发明者

  ample a. 1.足足的 二.宽敞的,面积大的

  假如句子中间有八个破折号,如In Australia—where an aging population,
life-extending technology and changing community attitudes have all
played their part—other states are going to consider making a similar
law to deal with euthanasia。

  Nobody has ever seriously studied Helen Quinn’s Saturday morning
line for Metropolitan Opera tickets, but perhaps someone should –Miss
Quinn is not an official at the Met.

  [联想词]

  amplify vt. 1.放大,增强 2.扩大,详述

  两破折号之间所夹内容一般称为“插入语”起互补表明效益,在报考博士30年的野史中,多少个破折号之间的插入语从来未有出过正确答案,所以可先跳过不看,以调整和收缩阅读量。

  For 15 years standees at the opera have been doing  just that,
 thanks to Miss Quin’s ticketing system. She makes, dates and numbers
her tickets– one for each of the 175 standing room spots available–
and dispenses them to early birds. Assured of a place, ticket holders
then leave and return shortly before 8 A.M. to line up for the real
tickets.

  inventory n.一.详细目录 二.存货清单

  exceptional a. 1.优越的,杰出的 2.例外的,独特的

  分号

  idiom n. 1.习语,成语 2.风格,特色

  breakthhrough n. 一.冲破,突破 二.重大成就,惊人开掘

  [联想词]

  分号前后是一碗水端平关系,假如句中有2个分企业,则注明分号前后语义同样,如199七年阅读中有道标题问6九.The
sentence“This is no flash in the pan” (Line 5, Paragraph 三) means that
________报考大学生丹麦语阅读中型小型符号暗藏大玄机,文都教育。。回到最初的小说中:This is no flash in the pan; over the past
couple of years, inflation has been consistently lower than expected in
Britain and America。

  ponder v. 思索,考虑,沉思

  [联想词]

  abnormal a. 反常的,异常的

  那么依据支行前后语义一样大家很轻便选出准确答案为[A] the low
inflation rate will last for some time。

  [联想词]

  breakdown n. 1.垮台,破裂 2.衰竭,衰弱 3.损坏,故障 4.分类

  queer a. 一.离奇的,分外的 2.不耿直的,眩晕的

  假设句中冒出七个或以上的分行,则注脚分号前后的东西在结构上是同等对待的。如玖六年第5篇中Among
the many shaping factors, I would single out the country’s excellent
elementary schools; a labor force that welcomed the new technology; the
practice of giving premiums to inventors ; and above all the American
genius for nonverbal , “spatial” thinking about things technological。

  contemplate vt. 一.图谋,计议 贰.怀想,周到挂念 三.注视,凝视

  premium n. 一.保障金 贰.额外国资本费 叁. 奖状,赠品,额外补贴

  ambitious a. 一.有雄心壮志的,雄心勃勃的 2.有野心的

  引号

  weary a. 1.疲乏的,疲倦的 贰.使疲劳的,令人厌恶的 vi.抵触的,不耐烦

  a. 一.高等的,优质的 二.贩卖价格高的

  [联想词]

  引号有三种作用1引用,贰重申,叁嘲笑

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  aspiration n. 刚烈的希望,志向,抱负

  尤其须要专注的是第两种表示讽刺的效益,因为它往往暗暗表示着小编并不鲜明的情态。比如“Scientific”
creationism, which is being pushed by some for“equal time” in the
classrooms whenever the scientific accounts of evolution are given, is
based on religion, not
science。那句话中creationism前边的Scientific加了引号,就标识笔者感觉创始论其实是不正确的。那么题目”Creationism”

  tiresome a.令人疲劳的,令人恨恶的

  subsidy n. 津贴,补贴

  enroll vi.(in,on) 入学,加入 vt.招收,吸收

  in the passage refers to ________. [A] evolution in its
true sense as to the origin of the universe[B] a notion of the
creation of religion [C] the scientific explanation of the earth
formation [D] the deceptive theory about the origin of the universe

  grim a. 1.讨厌的,糟糕的 2.严厉的 3.严酷的,无情的

  verbal a. 一.口头的 二.用言语的,用文字的

  [联想词]

  中准确答案就显然为[D]了。

  consensus n. [单](意见等)1致,一致同意

  [联想词]

  expel (expelled;expelling) vt. 1.把..除名,把..开除 2.驱逐 3.排出

  那么,我们怎么能领略具体到某句话中,引号到底是代表援引,重申,依旧表示讽刺呢?平时,假使加引号的词是包蕴褒义或然说正向意义的词,那么加了引号就标记的是戏弄了。

  patron n. 1.资助人,赞助人 2.老主顾,顾客

  vocal a. 发声的,嗓音的

  formulate vt. 一.构想出,规划 二.系统地演讲

  逗号

  resent vt. 对…表示忿恨,怨恨

  spatial a. 空间的,与上空有关的

  formulation n. 一.公式化 2.连串的论述 三.规划,构想

  逗号主若是用来私分并列成分。在报考大学生阅读中,如果逗号在此以前人名、地名、机构名称等专著名词,逗号之后照旧七个逗号之间内容为对那一个内容的地位、
地位等等的演说表达成分时,经常与解题无关,能够跳过不看。举例In order to
“change lives for the better” and reduce “dependency,”吉优rge Osborne,
Chancellor of the Exchequer, introduced the “upfront work search”
scheme。中,Chancellor of the Exchequer就能够跳过不读。

  graphic a. 1.生动的,形象的 2.绘画的,文字的,图表的

  literacy n.识字,有知识,读写手艺

  impulse n. 一.激动不已,不经常的意念 二.驱动,驱使 三.脉冲

  coupon n. 1.礼券,优惠券 2.配券,票证

  literate a.1.有读写技艺的 二.有知识修养的

  [联想词]

  clip n. 一.夹子,回形针,别针 2.弹夹,弹仓 3.剪,修剪 四.剪报,电影片断

  stimulus n. 1.促进 2.刺激

  propel (propelled,propelling) vt. 1.推进,推动 2.激励,驱使

  vt.(clipped;clipping) 1.夹住,扣住 2.剪,修剪 3.削减,缩短

  [联想词]

  curb vt. 控制,约束 n. 控制,约束

报考大学生丹麦语阅读中型小型符号暗藏大玄机,文都教育。  [联想词]

  provocation n. 1.挑衅,挑拨 2.刺激,激怒

  sly a. 1.狡猾的,狡诈的 2.会意的,会心的

  clamp n.夹头,夹具,夹钳 vt.(用夹具等)夹紧,固定

  provocative a. 1.挑衅的,煽动的 2.刺激的

  [联想词]

  prevail vi. 1.流行,盛行 2.获胜,占优势 3.说明,劝说,诱使

  precede vt. 在…之前,先于

  shrewd a. 机灵的,敏锐的,精明的

  prevalent a.流秆的,普遍的

  precedent n. 1.先例,范例,判例 2.惯例

  confidential a. 一.地下的,机密的 二.代表深信的

  misery n. 壹.缠绵悱恻,干扰,灾荒 2.劫难的光景,贫苦

  patent n.专利,专利权

  Unit Eight

  carnival n. 1.表演会 2.庆祝,欢宴 3.狂欢节

  a.专利(权)的,受专利爱戴的

  The Advantages and Disadvantages of Cars

  [联想词]

  vt.获得…的专利权

  The use of the motor is becoming more and more widespread in the
twentieth century; as an increasing number of countries develop both
technically and economically, so a larger proportion of the world’s
population is able to buy and use a car. Possessing a car gives a much
greater degree of mobility, enabling the driver to move around freely.
The owner of a car is no longer forced to rely on public transport and
is, therefore, not compelled to work locally. He can choose from
different jobs and probably changes his work more frequently as he is
not restricted to a choice within a small radius. Traveling to work by
car is also more comfortable than having to use public transport; the
driver can adjust the heating in winter and the air-conditioning in the
summer to suit his own needs and preference. There is no irritation
caused by waiting for trains, buses or underground trains, standing in
long patient queues, or sitting on windy platforms, for as long as half
an hour sometimes. With the building of good, fast motorways long
distances can be covered rapidly and pleasantly. For the first time in
this century also, many people are now able to enjoy their leisure time
to the full by making trips to the country or seaside at the weekends,
instead of being confined to their immediate neighborhood. This feeling
of independence, and the freedom to go where you please, is perhaps the
greatest advantage of the car.

  feast n. 1.盛宴,筵席 2.节日

  originate vi. 起源于,来自,产生

  when considering the drawbacks, perhaps pollution is of prime
importance. As more and more cars are produced and used, so the emission
from their exhaust-pipes contains an ever larger volume of poisonous
gas. Some of the contents of this gas, such as lead, not only pollute
the atmosphere but cause actual harm to the health of people. Many of
the minor illnesses of modern industrial society, headaches, tiredness,
and stomach upsets are thought to arise from breathing polluted air;
doctors’ surgeries are full of people suffering from illnesses caused by
pollution. It is also becoming increasingly difficult to deal with the
problem of traffic in towns; most of the important cities of the world
suffer form traffic jams. In fact, any advantage gained in comfort is
often cancelled out in city driving by the frustration caused by traffic
jams: endless queues of cars crawling one after another at the
intersections. As an increasing number of traffic regulation schemes are
devised, the poor bewildered driver finds himself diverted and forced
into one-way systems which cause even greater delays than the traffic
jams they are supposed to prevent. The mounting cost of petrol and the
increased tolls and road tax all add to the driver’s worries. In fact,
he must sometimes wonder if the motor car is such a blessing and not
just a menace.

  sociology n. 社会学

  vt.创造,创始,开创

  mobility n. 1.流动性,移动性 2.机动性

  sip v.(sipped,sippig)小口地喝,抿,呷 n. 小口喝

  [联想词]

  mobilize vt. 壹.动员 2.调动 vi.动员起来

  huddle vi. 1.聚众在联名 贰.把身子蜷成一团 vt.使聚焦在共同

  commence v.开始

  [联想词]

  n.挤在一道的人,一批杂乱的东西

  incentive n.刺激,鼓励

  summon vi. 一.召唤 二. (up)鼓起勇气 三.举办,召集

  inanimate a. 一.无生命的,非动物的 二.无生气的,单调的

  multitude n. 1.大量,许多 2.大众,民众

  irritate vt. 一.使恼怒,使烦躁 二.使(身体某部分)不适,使疼痛

  metropolitan a.大城市的,大都会的

  ambiguous a.引起歧义的,格局棱两可的,含糊不清的

  radius n. 半径

  dispense vt. 1.分配,分发 2.配(药),发(药) 3.实施,执行

  [联想词]

  air-conditioning n. 空调设备,中央空调系统

  [联想词]

  indefinite a. 1.不明了的,含糊的 二.Infiniti制期限的

  drawback n. 缺点,欠缺,不利条件

  disperse vi. 1.分散,散开 2.消散,消失 vt. 1.使分散,赶散 2.使消散,驱散

  exdplicit a. 一.明了的,明晰的;详述的 二.直言的,毫不隐瞒的,露骨的

  [联想词]

  Unit Five

  manipulate vt. 1.操纵,控制,影响 2.操作,使用

  setback n. 挫折,倒退,失败

  Aggressive Patriotism in Sports

  lever n. 1.杠杆 2.途径,工具,手段

  handicap n. 1.缺陷 2.障碍 vt. (handicapped;handicapping) 妨碍,使不利

  Some people believe that international sport creates goodwill
between the nations. Others say that the opposite is true: that
international contests encourage false national pride and lead to
misunderstanding and hatred. There is probably some truth in both
arguments, but in recent years the Olympic games have done little to
support the view that sports encourages international brotherhood. Not
only, was there the tragic incident involving the murder of athletes,
but the games were also ruined by lesser incidents caused principally by
minor national contests.

  vt. 撬动,撬起

  productive a. 一.丰收的,丰饶的 二.富有效率的

  One country received its second-place medals with visible
indignation after the hockey final. There had been noisy scenes at the
end of the hockey match, the users objecting to the final decisions.
They were convinced that one of their goals should not have been
disallowed and that their opponents’ victory was unfair. Their manager
was in a rage when he said:”This wasn’t hockey. Hockey and the
International Hockey Federation are finished.” The president of the
Federation said later that such behavior could result in the suspension
of the team for at least three years.

  wedge n.楔(子) vt. 把…楔入,塞入

  productivity n. 生产力,生产率

  The American basketball team announced that they would not yield
first place to Russia, after a disputable end to their contest. The game
had ended in disturbance. It was thought at first that the United States
had won, by a single point, but it was announced that there were three
seconds still to play. A Russian player then threw the ball from one end
of the court to the other, and another player popped it into the basket.
It was the first time the USA had ever lost an Olympic basketball match.
The American players then voted not to receive the silver medals.

  [联想词]

  surgery n. 壹.口腔科,产科手术 二.手术室

  Incidents of this kind well continue as long as sport is played
competitively rather than for the love of the game. In the present
organization of the Olympics there is far too much that encourages
aggressive patriotism.

  groove n. 沟,槽

  surgeon n. 男科医师

  tragic a. 1.悲惨的,可悲的 2.悲剧(性)的

  hinge n. 铰链

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  interact vi. 互相成效,相互影响

  dentist n.牙科医师

  dreadful a. 1.糟透了的,极不合意的 二.非常的,特别大的
三.可怕的,令人害怕的

  emulation n. 1.竞赛,竞争 2.仿效,仿真

  ward n.病房

  pathetic a. 壹.弱智的,令人生厌的 二.可悲的,可怜的,引起怜悯的

  imitation n. 1.模仿 2.仿制,仿制品 3.赝品

  bandage n.绷带 vt.用绷带包扎

  disastrous a. 1.凄美的,产生劫难的 贰.极坏的,很糟的

  strive vi. 努力,奋斗,力求

  intersection n.道路交叉口,交点

  catastrophe n. 大灾难,灾祸

  sculpture n.1.雕刻,摄影 贰.探讨作品,摄影品

  [联想词]

  destructive a. 破坏(性)的,毁灭(性)的

  [联想词]

  junction n.联结点,交叉口,枢纽

  comic a. 喜剧的,滑稽的

  carve vt. 1.切,把…切碎 2.雕刻,刻

  overpass n.天桥,立交桥

  incident n. 1.生出的事 二.事件,事变

  engrave vt. 1.在…上雕刻 2.使铭记,使牢记

  barricade n. 路 vt.在…设路障

  incidence n.[单]发生率

  statue n. 雕像,塑像

  bewilder vt. 使迷惑,难住

  incidentally ad.顺便说及,顺便提一句

  bust n. 1.胸像,半身像 2.胸部,胸围

  [联想词]

  indignation n. 愤怒,愤慨,义愤

  marble n. 1.大理石

  perplex vt. 使疑惑,使复杂化

  indignant a. 愤怒的,愤慨的,义愤的

  diploma n. 结业文化水平,毕业申明,资格证书

  baffle vt. 使困惑,难住

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  toll n. 壹.过路费 二.(事故等的)伤亡人数,损失 v.(缓慢而有规律的)敲(钟)

  fury n. 1.狂怒,暴怒 2.狂暴,猛烈

  diplomat n. 一.外交官,战略家 2.有应酬手腕的人,油滑的人

  divert vt. 一.使转向,使改道 二.调换,转移…的瞩目力 三.使娱乐

  furious a. 1.狂怒的,暴怒的 2.强烈的,激烈的

  perpetual a. 一.永久的,永远的,长时间的 2.无休止的,没完没了的

  diversion n. 1.退换,转向 贰.消遣,娱乐 叁.一时绕行走

  dismay n. 1.失望,气馁 2.惊恐,惊愕 vt. 1.使失望,使气馁
2.使惊恐,使惊愕

  Unit Two

  bless v. 一.使有幸得到,使具备 2.为…祈神赐福

  hockey n. 曲棍球

  Fight Again Youth Smoking

  blessing n. 一.祈神赐福 2.幸事,恩惠

  [联想词]

  Three years ago, appalled by how many children were becoming
addicted to cigarettes every year, the Vice President and I committed
this administration to stopping the sale and marketing of cigarettes to
children. Today, thanks to these efforts and the persistence of state
attorneys general, the public health community, and leaders in Congress,
we have the best opportunity ever to pass comprehensive anti-smoking
legislation that well save millions of our children from a premature,
painful, and very preventable death.

  menace n. 一.颇具危险的人 贰.胁制,要挟 vt. 威吓,要挟

  versus prep. 一.以…为对手,对 二.与…相对,与…比较之下

  This week, in a historic and resounding 19 to 1 vote, a key Senate
committee gave its stamp of approval to comprehensive legislation
sponsored by Senator John McCain, a Republican, and Senator Fritz
Hollings, a Democrat, that would cut youth smoking by half over the next
decade. This bill represents a dramatic step forward. It would raise the
price of cigarettes, give the FDA full authority to regulate tobacco
products, ban advertising aimed at children, and protect tobacco
farmers.

  [联想词]

  federation n. 1.联合会 2.联邦

  We still have work to do in this legislation. Above all, we need to
put in place tough penalties that will cost the tobacco industry if it
continues to sell cigarettes to young people. Just this week the Centers
for Disease Control released a disturbing report that more than a third
of teenagers in the United States now smoke, even though it’s illegal.

  intimidate vt. 恐吓,威胁

  suspension n.一.暂停,中止 2.甘休参预,临时剥夺
叁.悬架,悬置机构4.悬浮液五.悬,挂,吊

  It is time to hold tobacco companies accountable. Reducidng youth
smoking must be veerybody’s bottom line. Let’s remember — this is not
about politics or money, or seeking revenge against the tobacco industry
for past practices. We’re not trying to put the tobacco companies out of
business; we want to put them out of the business of selling cigarattes
to kids. This week’s progress in the Senate shows we have real momentum
in both parties to do just that.

  bully vt.欺压,吓唬 n.恃强欺弱者

  disturbance n. 一.搅扰,打扰 2.骚乱,混乱 叁.风寒感冒,烦恼

  There’re still maly issues to be worked out and many long nights
ahead. But we have within our grasp one of the most important public
health victories our nation has ever achieved.

  jeopardize vt. 危及,损害

  [联想词]

  Finally, lit me just pause a moment to observe the 30th anniversary
of the death of one of America’s greatest heroes, Dr. Martin Luther
King. His dream, deeply rooted in the American Dream, is a dream for all
Americans. Let us here at home always strive to heed Dr. King’s words
and live up to his legacy.

  terrify vt. 使害怕,使惊吓

  harassment n. 1.侵扰,骚扰 2.烦恼,困苦

  ——– Bill Clinton

  terrific a. 1.可怕的,吓人的 2.极度的,极大的

  patriotism n. 爱国主义,爱国精神,爱国心patriot n. 爱国者,爱国主义者

  appall vt.使惊骇,使惊诧极其

  Unit Nine

  patriotic a. 爱国的,有爱国心的,显表示情爱国精神的

  [联想词]

  The Definition of a Gentleman

  Unit Six

  terrify vt.使害怕,使惊吓

  It is almost a definition of a gentleman to say he is one who never
inflicts pain. This description is both refined and, as far as it goes,
accurate. He is mainly occupied in merely removing the obstacles which
hinder the free and unembarrassed action of those about him. His
benefits may be considered as parallel to what are called comforts or
convenience in arrangements of a personal nature: like an easy chair or
a good fire, which do their part in dispelling cold and fatigue, though
nature provides both means of rest and animal heat without them. The
true gentleman in like manner carefully avoids whatever may cause a jar
or a jolt in the minds of those with whom he is cast; – all clashing of
opinion, or collision of feeling, all restraint, or suspicion, or gloom,
or resentment; his great concern being to made every one at their ease
and at home. He has his eyes on all his company: he is tender towards
the bashful, gentle towards the distant, and merciful towards the
absurd; he can recollect to whom he is speaking; he guards against
unseasonable allusions, or topics which may irritate; he is seldom
prominent in conversation, and never wearisome.

  Manners Are Practically Non-Existent

  outrage vt.激起…的义愤,激怒

  He makes light of favors while he does them, and seems to be
receiving when he is conferring. He never speaks of himself except when
compelled, defends himself by a mere retort, he has no ears for slander
or gossip, is scrupulous in imputing motives to those who interfere with
him, and interprets every thing for the best. He is never mean or little
in his disputes, never takes unfair advantage, never mistakes
personalities or sharp sayings for arguments, or insulates evil which he
dare not say out. From a long-sighted prudence, he observes the maxim of
the ancient sage, that we should ever conduct ourselves towards our
enemy as if he were one day to be our friend. He has too much good sense
to be affronted at insults, he is too well employed to remember
injuries, and too indolent to bear malice. He is patient, forbearing,
and resigned, on philosophical principles; he submits to pain, because
it is inevitable, to bereavement, because it is irreparable, and to
death, because it is his destiny. If he engages in controversy of any
kind, his disciplined intellect preserves him from the blunder.

  Manners nowadyas in metropolitan cities like London are practically
non-existent. It is nothing for a big, strong schoolboy to elbow an
elderly woman aside in the dash for the last remaining seat on the tube
or bus, much less stand up and offer his seat to her, as he ought. In
fact, it is saddening to note that if a man does offer his seat to an
older woman, it is nearly always a Continental man or one from the older
generation.

  n.一.义愤,愤慨 二.暴行,骇人据书上说的轩然大波

  金玉良言

  This question of giving up seats in public transport is much argued
about by young men, who say that, since women have claimed equality,
they no longer deserve to be treated with courtesy and that those who go
out to work should take their turn in the rat race like anyone else.
Women have never claimed to be physically as strong as men. Even if it
is not agreed, however, that young men should stand up for younger
women, the fact remains that courtesy should be shown to the old, the
sick and the burdened. Are we really so lost to all ideals of
unselfishness that we can sit there indifferently reading the paper or a
book, saying to ourselves “First come, first served,” while a greyhaired
woman, a mother with a young child or a cripple stands? Yet this is all
too often seen.

  addict n.壹.有瘾的人 2.入迷的人

  It is one of the beautiful compensations of this life that no one
can sincerely try to help another without helping himself.

  Conditions in travel are really very hard on everyone, we know, but
hardship is surely no excuse. Sometimes one wonders what would have been
the behaviour of these stuot young men in a packed refugee train or a
train on its way to a prison-camp during the War. Would they have
considered it only right and their proper due to keep the best places
for themselves then?

  vt.使成瘾,使入迷

  The great tragedy of life is not that men perish ,but that they cese
to love.

  Older people, tired and irritable from a day’s work, are not angels,
either — far from it. Many a brisk argument or an insulting quarrel
breaks out as the weary queues push and shove each other to get on buses
and tubes. One cannot commend this, of course, but one does feel there
is just a little more excuse.

  [联想词]

  inflict vt. (on,upon)把…强加给,使遭受,使承担

  If cities are to remain pleasant places to live in at all, however,
it seems imperative, not only that communications in transport should be
improved, but also that communication between human beings should be
kept smooth and polite. All over cities, it seems that people are too
tired and too rushed to be polite. Shop assistants won’t bother to
assist, taxi-drivers growl at each other as they dash dangerously round
corners, bus conductor pull the bell before their desperate passengers
have had time to get on or offer the bus, and so on and so on. It seems
to us that it is up to the young and strong to do their small part to
stop such deterioration.

  cocaine n.可卡因

  [联想词]

  金玉良言

  toxic a.有剧毒的,中毒引起的

  afflict vt.使苦恼,折磨

  You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don’t
try.

  persistent a. 1.坚称的,执意的 二.相接的

  alleviate vt.减轻,缓解,缓和

  —-Beverly Sills

  persistence n.一.水滴石穿,执意 贰. 绵亘,持续状态

  hinder vt.阻碍,妨碍

  metropolitan a.大城市的,大都会的

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  stubborn a. 一.僵硬的,执拗的,倔强的 2.难对付的,难于克制的

  detain vt. 1.拘留,扣留 2.留住,耽搁

  municipal a. 市的,市政的

  legislation n.一.法律,法规 2,立法的,法律的创建

  jolt n. 1.震动,摇动,颠簸 2.震惊

  courtesy n. 1.谦恭有礼 2.有礼数的一坐一起(或言词)

  [联想词]

  collision n. 1.碰撞 2.冲突,抵触

  cripple n. 跛子,伤残人 vt. 一.使跛,使受到损伤致残 二.严重减弱,使陷于瘫痪

  legitimate a. 壹.创建的 二.合法的,法律认同的

  collide vi.1.碰撞 2.冲突

  stout a. 一.发福的,胖而大的 2.结果的,稳定的 三.勇敢的,大胆的,顽强的

  judicial a. 1.司法的,法庭的,审判的 2.明断的,公正的

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  sue vi.1.控告,起诉 2.要求,请求 vt.控告,起诉

  coincide vi. 一.同是雪生2.也就是,相壹致 三.职责重合,重叠

  sturdy a. 1.强壮的,结实的,坚固的 2.坚定的,坚强的

  prosecute vt.一.对…提起公诉,告发,检举 二.后续致力 vi.控诉,告发

  coincidence n. 1.巧合,巧事 2.一致,符合

  hardy a. 1.强壮的,坚强的,能努力的 二.耐寒的

  defendant n.被告

  suspicious a. 一.多疑的,困惑的 二.疑心的 三.表示出乎意料的

  robust a. 强壮的,健康的

  invalid a.壹.无效的,作废的 二.无可靠基于的 n.病弱者,残疾者

  gloom n. 1.昏暗,阴暗 2.忧郁,沮丧

  muscular a. 肌肉发达的,强壮的

  testify vi.1.作证,证明 2.表明,说明 vt.作证,证明

  gloomy a. 一.顾虑的,衰颓的 二.令人失望的 三.昏暗的

  fragile a. 1.易碎的,脆的,易磨损的 二.软弱的,柔弱的

  testimony n.1.证词 2.见证,证明

  bashful a. 局促的不安的,羞怯的

  irritate vt. 1.使恼怒,使烦躁 贰.使(肉体某有个别)不适,使疼痛

  premature a.壹.比预料时间早是 二.不成熟的,仓促的

  absurd a. 荒谬的,荒唐的

  irritable a. 1.易怒的,急躁的 2.(器官等)过敏的

  authority n.一.权力,管辖权 贰.官方,当局 3.当权者,行政管理机构
4.权威,专家

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  authoritative a.壹.权威性的,可靠的 二.专擅的,命令式的

  insane a. 壹.蠢极的,荒唐的 二.精神有失水准的,疯狂的

  aggravate vt. 1.加重,加剧,使恶化 2.激怒,使恼火

  authorize vt.授权,批准

  hysterical a.激情至极感动的

  angel n. 一.Smart 二.喜人的人

  [联想词]

  confer (conferred;conferring) vi.商谈,商议 vt.授予,赋予

  brisk a. 一.轻快的,龙腾虎跃的 二.兴隆的,繁忙活跃的 三.寒冷而干净的

  definitive a. 壹.最可信赖的,权威性的 2.决定性的

  retort v.反驳 n.反驳

  [联想词]

  accountable a. 负起义务的

  [联想词]

  energetic a. 精力旺盛的,充满活力的

  revenge n.报复,报仇

  refute vt.反驳,驳斥

  slack a. 一.不活跃的,萧条的,清淡的 二.不务正业的,大意的 三.松(驰)的

  momentum n.1.动力,冲力,势力 2.动量

  slander n.诽谤,诋毁

  n. (绳索等)松弛一些 vi.懈怠,懒散

  [联想词]

  gossip n. 一.流言蜚言 贰.爱说东道西的人

  weary a. 一.疲劳的,疲倦的 贰.使人疲劳的,使人恶感的 vi.(of)厌恶,不耐烦

  impetus n.1.推动,促进,刺激 2.推动力

  scrupulous a. 壹.有忧郁的 贰.仔细的

  shove vt. 1.乱推,挤 2.乱塞,随意做 vi. 用力推,挤 n.猛推

  strive vi.努力,奋斗,力求

  insulate vt. 隔离,使隔绝

  commend vt. 1.表扬,称赞 2.推荐

  heed vt.留心,注意,听从

  prudence n. 一.审慎,小心 二.精明,三思而行 三.节俭

  imperative a. 1.不可或缺的,急迫的,极首要的 二.下令的 n.
须求的事,必须做到的事

  legency n.遗赠的财富,遗产

  indolent a. 一.游手好闲的,怠惰的 二.让人困倦的

  growl vi. 一.(动物)发狺狺声 二.低志咆哮着说话

  deadly a.一.致死的,致命的 2.不共戴天的,殊死的 三.特别的,拾足的
ad.极度,特别地]

  malice n.恶意,怨恨

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  bereavement n.丧亲,丧友

  howl vi.嚎叫,吼叫,(风)呼啸 n.嚎叫,吼叫,(风)呼啸

  drastic a.1.极端的,严厉的 2.激烈的,迅猛的

  blunder n. (因无知大意等形成的)错误 vi.一.跌跌撞撞地走 2.犯错误

  yell vi. 号叫,叫喊 n.号叫,叫喊

  epidemic n.一.流行病 二.流传,流行 a.流行性的,流传极广的

  [联想词]

  mutter v. n.轻声低语,小声抱怨

  lure vt.吸引,引诱,诱惑

  stagger vi.摇晃,蹒跚 vt. 1.使吃惊 2.使错开

  mute a. 一.沉吟不语的,无声的 二.哑的,举说话的 三.(字母)不失声的
vt.化解(声音),减轻声音

  Unit Three

  stumble vi. 一.绊脚,绊倒 二.跌跌撞撞地走 3.结结Baba

  murmur v. n. 小声说话,小声抱怨,咕哝

  Beauty Is Meaningless

  tumble vi. 一.跌倒,摔下 贰.翻腾 三.不由自己作主的卷入 肆.(价格等)暴跌

  buzz n. 嗡嗡声 vi.发出嗡嗡声

  A young man sees a sunset and, unable to understand or to express
the emotion that it rouses in him, concludes that it must be the gateway
to a world that lies beyond. It is difficult for any of us in moments of
intense aesthetic experience to resist the suggestion that we are
catching a glimpse of a light that shines down to us from a different
realm of existence, different and, because the experience is intensely
moving, in some wqy higher. And, though the gleams blind and dazzle, yet
they do convey a hint of beauty and serenity greater than we have known
or imagined. Greater too than we can describe, for language, which was
invented to convey the meanings of this world, cannot readily be fitted
to the uses of another.

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  deteriorate vi. 变坏,恶化

  That all great art has this power of suggesting a world beyond is
undeniable. In some moods, Nature shares it. There is no sky in June so
blue that it does not point forward to a bluer, no sunset so beautiful
that it does not waken the vision of a greater beauty, a wision which
passes before it is fully glimpsed, and in passing leaves an indefinable
linging and regret. But, if this world is not merely a bad joke, life a
vulgar flare amid the cool radiance of the stars, and existence an empty
laugh braying across the mysteries, if these intimations of a something
behind and beyond are not evil humour born of indigestion, or whimsies
sent by the devil to mock and madden us , if, in a word, beauty means
something, yet we must not seek to interpret the meaning. If we glimpse
the unutterable, it is unwise to try to utter it, nor should we seek to
invest with significance that which we cannot grasp. Beauty in terms of
our human meanings is meaningless.

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  deterioration n. 变坏,恶化,堕落

  intense a. 1.强烈的,剧烈的,紧张的 2.认真的,专注的 3.热情的,热切的

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  [联想词]

  intensify v. (使)增强,(使)加剧

  crumble vt. 弄碎 vi. 崩溃,瓦解

  aesthetic a. 1.美学的,审美的 2.悦目的,雅致的

  perfection n. 完美,完善

  gleam vi.1.闪亮,闪烁 2.闪现,流露 n.1.闪光,闪亮 2.闪现,流露

  [联想词]

  [联想词]

  intact a. 完整无缺的,未经触动的,未受损伤的

  sparkle vi.1.发光,闪耀,闪烁 2.活跃,焕发 n.1.发光,闪耀,闪烁
2.活力,生气

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  glitter vi. 闪闪发光,闪耀 n.闪光,灿烂的高大 二.耀眼,辉煌

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  dazzle vt. 使炫丽 n.一.耀眼的光 二.令人啧啧陈赞的东西

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  serenity n. 1.平静,安详 2.晴朗,明朗

  denial n. 1.否认 2.拒绝

  undeniable a.不可不可以认的

  vulgar a. 1.粗野的,下流的 2.庸俗的,粗俗的

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  boscene a. 1.淫秽的,下流的 2.可憎的,可恶的

  flare vi. 一.(火焰)闪耀 2.突发,突然发怒 n.闪光复信号,照明弹

  [联想词]

  erupt vi. 一.(火山等)喷发 2.(战斗等)发生,突然发出

  ignite vt. 点燃,引发

  radiant a. 一.容光饱满的,喜上眉梢的 二.光芒四射的,光辉灿烂的 3.辐射的

  [联想词]

  radiate v. 1.发出(光或热),辐射 2.流露,显示

  radioactive a. 放射性的,有辐射的

  bray vi. 1.(驴)叫 二.以响而粗的声息说(或笑)

  whimsy n. 一.怪理念,离奇的主张 二.稀奇奇怪

  [联想词]

  bizare a. 怪诞的,奇形怪状的

  weird a. 1.以前都没有的,诡异的 2.怪诞的,神秘可怕的

  mock vt. 1.捉弄,揶揄 二.(为了作弄)模仿 vi.嘲谑,吐槽

  a. 1.模拟的,学习的 2.假的,假装的

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