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新视野英语教程英语翻译答案3

新视野英语教程第三册课后答案
Unit 1
Section A
Reading out
(1)grew up (2) greenhouse (3) feeding (4) gathering (5) into (6) labor
Getting the message
1. The writer wrote in paragraph 1 that "the word 'bored' never found its way into my vocabulary" and that "the work was a labor of love".

2. The writer's father suffered a serious heart attack and was diagnosed with having heart disease.
3She felt them, on the one hand, different and strange, and on the other, exciting and fun.
4. Because she decided to take on her career as an actress in Los Angeles.
5. The writer's mother decided to go back to Arizona and resumed her life there.
6.
She means that for some reason or other she began to feel unsatisfied with her life in Los Angeles and that no matter what she tried, she could not get rid of this feeling of emptiness.
7. She found out the cause of her unhappiness by recalling when she was happiest and asking herself what was important to her.
8. It was nestled in a warm and sunny valley with pear trees in the yard.
and sunny valley with pear trees in the yard.
Using the right word
1) asleep (2) missing (3) resume (4) greenhouse (5) labor (6) departing (7) surroundings (8) fate

Working with expressions
1) from (2) up (3) As (4) through (5) from (6) with (7) on (8) as
Focusing on sentence structure
A 1. It has been hard to adjust to the idea that I was a junior clerk
It has been hard for me to adjust to the idea of being a junior clerk.

2. His illness accounted for (解释) the fact that he was not here yesterday.
His illness accounted for his not being here yesterday.

3. According to the passage, the writer's diving gave him a sense that he was successful
According to the passage, the writer's diving gave him a sense of being successful.
B 1. I never had any difficulty passing math tests.
Passing math tests was never difficult for me.

2. I felt a great pleasure helping you.
Helping you was a great pleasure for me.

3. I experienced a great joy seeing you back home.
Seeing you back home was a great joy to me.
Translating
1.What do you think one can do to be a happy person?
2. Since she left Shanghai and resumed her life in the country last year, a void has found its way into my heart.
3. It didn't even cross my mind that he would win the first prize.
4. I grew up in a big city, so the rat race is no longer new to me.
1. 慢慢地,我心里产生了一种阴暗的空虚感,它开始吞噬我的幸福。
2. 我父亲对回到那种忙忙碌碌的生活不怎么感兴趣,但我向他保证,这一次绝对会有所不同。
3. 像是命运的安排,我的生活很快又发生了变化,而且变化很大。
4. 我的环境不一样了,它既很陌生,但同时又激动人心,很有趣。
Using topic related terms
(1) replace (2) grown up (3) moved (4) surroundings (5) void (6) missed (7) fill
Sectio

n B
Getting the message
ACCDB
Using the right word
(1) passport (2) fasten (3) overseas (4) reject (5) neat (6) confirm (7) document (8) admire
Working with expressions
(1) over (2) apart (3) for (4) out (5) except; for (6) to; for (7) along; with (8) out; of
Cloze

Section C
A
(1) Jackson He; jhe@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html. (2) sw347@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (3) Sun, Aug 10th, 2008 (4) ljyang@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html and li_0821@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html. (5) It's about a meeting summary
B
(1) sw347@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (2) jhe@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (3) wwjohn@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (4) reply to meeting summary (5) open-ended (6) Jackson (7) no questions (8) thinking about the promotion (9) good (10) perfect (11) have a market investigation (12) Snow
C
AACCB









Unit 2
Section A
Reading out
(1) Advertising (2) numbers (3) make (4) react (5) helping (6)product
Getting the message
1. What proof does the text provide to show that advertising is part of our daily lives? Most people see and hear a mass of advertising messages every day. And people respond to the many devices that advertisers use to gain their attention.

2. What impression does advertising as a big industry make on the minds of many people?
Many people think advertising is a fascinating industry filled with attraction and excitement.

3. Why is advertising described as difficult?
Because it has to bring information to great numbers of people and make them respond.

4. What was advertising described as at the beginning of the 20th century?
It was described as "salesmanship in print".

5. What is the weakness of the method of selling something through person-to-person contact?
The cost is high; it takes a great deal of time and increases the cost of the product or service.

6. When did advertising first become important? What was the cause of its importance?
It first became important in the late 15th century. At that time, the traders of the rapidly growing cities and rural towns needed a way to tell people where their goods could be bought.

7. Who printed the first advertisement in the English language? And when? It was William Caxton in 1478.

8. What important historical event brought about the birth of modern advertising? It was the Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Using the right word
CBCBCADA
Working with expressions
(1)with (2) out (3) in (4) through (5) at (6) from (7) to (8) in
Focusing on sentence structure
A 1. To be a good football player, you have only to practice hard every day.
2. To make more people buy their products, the company has only to spend more money on advertising.
3. To save the young man she loved so much, the princess had only to lift her small finger to indicate the door her lover should go to.
B 1 Our educational policy is to ensure all the people, rich and poor alike, have an opportunity to go to school. .
2. The famous traveler's mission in life was to explore

all the big mountains and rivers in his country during his lifetime.
3. The dream of this famous black American politician was to see the day when all blacks in America would be treated in the same way as whites.
Translating
A 1. Teaching is an important profession—a fascinating one, filled with challenges and excitement.
2. If the great scientist were still alive today, he would no doubt expand his definition to include the latest research findings.
3. The best way to solve disputes between countries is through the United Nations.
4. Goods produced by big factories are taking the place of the goods produced by small workshops.
B1. 广告业是宣传印刷,是艺术,也是娱乐。
2. 广告业可以追溯到古希腊街头巷尾叫卖的小贩们——他们大声喊叫,把公司的产品信息传递给每个人,并因此获得一定的报酬。
3. 如果把“印在纸上的销售艺术”这一广告定义涵盖到广播和电视,那么这个定义至今仍然成立。
4. 从这些平凡的开端,广告业发展成了高度专业化和高利润的行业。
Using topic related terms
(1)fascinating (2)filled with attraction (3)a mass of (4)gain their attention (5)react to (6) effective (7) stay in business
Section B
Getting the message
DDCAB
Using the right word
variety(2) ideal (3) images (4)capable (5)emotional (6)attractive (7)linked (8) technique
Working with expressions
(1)of (2) with (3)of (4) on/upon (5) to/with (6) to (7) on/upon (8) of/about
Cloze
Section C
A (1) H (2) C (3) D (4) I (5) K (6) J (7) L(8) A (9) E (10) G (11) F (12) B
B (1) The Reader; typist (2) less than 65 wpm (3) $11/hour (4) Brett Murphy (5) friendly and enthusiastic; previous experience working with the public in a retail and/or restaurant environment (6) the Loop area (7) career growth and health insurance (8) BriazzChijobs@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html
C
SECRETARY/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
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Unit3
Section A
Reading out
up (2) choices (3) mood (4) something (5) victim (6) as
Getting the message
1. Because he was always happy and told others how to look on the positive side of the situation.
2. Everything is nice to me.
3. Yes. Because he chooses to be in a good mood every day or because he has a positive attitude towards life.
4. He tries to learn something from it.
5. No. He was really scared when he read something in the eyes of the doctors and nurses.
6. They believed Michael was dead.
7. No. Because what he reflected on was his young daughter at that moment.
8. Attitude is everything.
Using the right word
(1)victims(2) inch (3)transferred (4) latter (5) weekly (6)reflected (7) touch (

8) blamed
Working with expressions
(1) on (2) through (3) in (4) in (5) to (6) after (7) on/upon (8) to
Focusing on sentence structure
A1 He lied lest he (should) be punished.
2. They didn't say what was in their minds lest it (should) start trouble.
3. She has no courage to get married lest she (should) lose her job.
B1. Leave the house quickly after the earthquake as if it is going to fall any moment and is not solid any more.
2. Treat the dog nicely as if he is a member of our family, not an ordinary pet depending on us for a living.
3. Be positive about the misfortune as if it is a victory in your life, not a misery that makes you feel down.
Translating
A 1. The likely consequences of the incident need to be reflected on/upon.
2. He was within an inch of solving the problem.
3. If you want to transfer your property to someone, you should first make him the legal owner of it.
4. More than ten computers have been stolen since the company moved to this area, so the company decided to take action to stop it.
B1. 迈克尔决非等闲之辈,他总是那么乐观,总能看到事物积极的一面。
2. 假如某个员工哪一天遇到不顺心的事,迈克尔总是告诉他们如何看待事物积极的一面,以免他们继续感到沮丧。
3. 每当不幸降临时,我可以甘当受害者,也可以把它当成一种学习。
4. 我索性吼道:“我要活下去!快救我,把我当活人医治,别把我当成快要死的人!”
Using topic related terms
(1) Choice (2) choose (3) run-of-the-mill (4) positive (5) a type of learning (6) in a good mood (7) victim
Section B
Getting the message
CADBD
Using the right word
1)screamed (2)streamed (3) sewing (4)delayed (5)postponed (6) sole (7) reduced (8) committee
Working with expressions
(1)of (2)out; of (3) with (4) With (5) of (6) up (7) for (8) with
Cloze
Section C
A (1) DR 4316 (2) L. Lionado (3) Fifty/50 (4) $16.00 each (5) 5%
B1. Redways Company Ltd.2. It is located on Steward Street, Birmingham, England B 18 7AF. 3. $825. 4. 10 August 2008. 5. 30 days from receipt.
C (1) A. J. Wadekar, 212 Shastri Street, Bombay, India (2) GH/MW (3) Purchase Order No.: 5555K (4) an irrevocable letter of credit (5) pro forma invoice (6) 6 October 2008 (two months from today)
D
K. de Silva Ltd.
Unit 16, Mel Trading Estate,
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Halls Ltd.
16 Highton Way
Liverpool 12
England Purchase Order No.: 4462M
Date: 10 June 2008
Quantity Description Unit Total
150
100 XL watches
ZM8 wall clocks $100.00
$50.00 $15000.00
$5000.00
Total: $20,000.00


Delivery Date Required: Terms K. de Silva Limited
10 August 2008 30 days from receipt H. Stone

E
K. de Silva Ltd.
Unit 16, Mel Trading Estate,
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Halls Ltd.
16 Highton Way
Liverpool 12
England Your ref.: BC/DF
Our ref.: KS/WN

10 July 2008
Purchase Or

der No.: 4462M
Dear Sirs,
Thank you for your letter of 1 July and the enclosed catalogue.

We have studied your catalogue very carefully and would like to place the following order:
150 XL watches Cat. (6) ref.: M1626
100 ZM8 wall clocks Cat. (7) ref.: M1626

We will pay for the goods by banker's draft within 30 days on receipt of your pro forma invoice.

Yours sincerely,

(signature)
K. de Silva
Purchasing Manager










Unit4
Section A
Reading out
(1)remarkable (2) anyone (3) single (4) injured (5) defining (6) moment
Getting the message
1. It means a crucial moment, a moment that would change one's life.
2. Dispatch told him to conduct a gas investigation.
3. They found the smell in the living quarters.
4. Because it would cause a tremendous amount of damage to the entire area if the building blew up.
5. All the surrounding buildings must be evacuated immediately (Or: The residents must leave all the surrounding buildings immediately) and the police must be called to seal off the neighborhood.
6. Because he knew that Sherm had four children, but he was given such a dangerous task.
7. He prayed to himself.
8. The most remarkable thing that night was that not only didn't anyone die, but not a single person, not even a firefighter, was injured.
Using the right word
(1)defining (2)particular (3) announced (4)smoothly (5) remarkable (6)neighborhood (7) shift (8) remains
Working with expressions
(1)on (2) out (3) for (4) off (5) on (6) about (7) out (8) up
Focusing on sentence structure
A1She came up, holding a briefcase. .
2. He rushed off, forgetting to take his raincoat.
3. I worked right through the semester, neglecting food and rest.
B 1. His shirt caught on a nail, the little boy could not move.
2. Her eyes/Eyes closed, she did not see what happened in front of her.
3. The work done, we feel relieved and have a good rest.
Translating
A 1. The situation calls for quick response from the government; otherwise, heavy loss cannot be avoided.
2. The situation calls for quick response from the government; otherwise, heavy loss cannot be avoided.
3. Currently, they are conducting a full investigation to work (find) out what caused the accident. (Or: At present, they are conducting a full investigation into the cause of the accident.)
4. We need to check out what he said. If that is the case, we should take necessary measures to prevent cheating at exam from happening.
B 1. 尽管“煤气检查”最后很少是什么大问题,但是我们毕竟在从事安全工作。
2. 我猜这大概又是那种司空见惯的“无事电话”。我们驱车赶到那个区域,拼命用鼻子搜寻天然气的气味。
3. 局长采纳了这个建议,在他的指挥下,撤离工作进展得非常顺利。
4. 爆炸力使临近的很多大楼遭受严重的破坏,附近的住房有些被整个掀掉,只剩下了地基。
Using topic related terms
(1)wo

ke (2) up (3)What's up (4) district (5) on our hands (6) defining (7)quarters
Section B
Getting the message
ABACD
Using the right word
(1)breathing(2)appreciate(3)Gradually (4)defending(5)despair(6)rely(7)ordinary(8) anxious
Working with expressions
(1)on (2) as if/as though (3) for(4)on/upon (5) in (6) on/upon (7) at (8) with
Cloze
Section C
A
pro forma invoice
our ref.
your ref.
art. no.
commodity and specification
quantity
unit price and terms
total amount
shipment
destination
payment
insurance

B1. Timeright Watches. 2. J R Gomez. 3. 10%. 4. $3,894.04. 5. It means if the invoice is paid within 30 days there is an additional discount of 2.5%.
C略








Unit 5
Section A
Reading out
(1) up (2) in (3) out (4) who (5) Whatever (6) Maybe
Getting the message
1. A suitable name can serve as an outline for a child's future, helping to determine if the child will be a famous painter or a piano player, a lawyer or a landlord.
2. In some Asian countries, parents go to a name fortune-teller to get a name that will bring good luck to a child.
3. Yes. For example, in Africa, first names have two parts. The first part of a boy's first name usually follows a strict genealogy used for many generations.
4. In some Arabic-speaking countries, boys are given the first name of their paternal grandfather.
5. Yes. For example, some people name their children after famous rulers or public figures, like George Washington Carver, or even after their favorite soap opera actors on television.
6. No. Customs are not the only things that restrict the naming of children. Some governments employ specific personnel to omit names that may harm children from regular usage.
7. The boy's name, Sascha, sounds like a girl's name, and so the government insisted he have a middle name that showed he was a boy.
8. The author's view on this question is that, whatever the government and parents decide, though, it is really the children who have to live with their decisions. Maybe we should ask them.
Using the right word
BDBABCBA
Working with expressions
(1) as (2) in (3) in (4) after (5) from (6) in (7) out (8) of
Focusing on sentence structure
A1. He visited the pub again and again in the hope(s) that he might meet that girl once more.
2. She studied hard day and night in the hope(s) that she could pass the exam at the end of the term.
3. I came to this class in the hope(s) that I could learn something useful for my future work.
B 1. A good dictionary can serve as your best friend and best teacher, helping you master the language more efficiently.
2. Keeping a diary is a good exercise, helping cultivate the good habit of recalling and thinking over what one has done during the day.
3. Listening to classical music benefits one significantly, helping one refine one's taste and ennoble one's mind.
Translating
A 1. Life is not always like a fairy tale, and you have to live with it.


2. They were the smartest young people in Germany—the cream of the crop of their generation.
3. The thing has already been very complex, so you had better not step in again.
4. Thanks to your suggestion, it didn't take long to iron out the difficulties.
B1. 人们相信一个合适的名字能够大致勾勒出一个孩子的前程,有助于确定这个孩子将来是一位有名的画家还是出色的钢琴演奏家,是一位律师还是个旅馆老板。
2. 同一个家族的同一代人中的所有男孩,无论是亲兄弟还是堂兄弟,他们的名字的第一部分将是相同的。
3. 最后,一些人以有名的统治者或社会名人的名字来作为孩子的名字,比如像乔治?华盛顿?卡弗这样的名字,还有人以他们最喜爱的电视肥皂剧的演员的名字来给孩子取名。
4. 命名在日本也是一个问题,日本政府认为人们应该避免给孩子们取一些会被其他孩子取笑的名字。
Using topic related terms
(1) cultures (2) customs (3) fortune-teller (4) heritage (5) figures (6) government (7) approve of (8) left up to
Section B
Getting the message
DBACB
Using the right word
(1) greeted (2) characteristics (3) representatives (4) reluctant (5) formal (6) displayed (7) relax (8) conflict
Working with expressions
(1) along (2) of (3) as (4) of (5) by (6) In (7) at (8) from
Cloze 略
Section C
A(1) sd@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (2) hm347@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (3) aajohn@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html (4) pro forma invoice (5) pro forma invoice (6) Miller (7) enclose our pro forma invoice for the Shanghai tour (8) services have been (9) receiving your Preliminary Rooming List as soon as possible (10) there is anything else I can do (11) contact me (12) Sarah Deng
B (1) RESTAURANT MANAGER AND Asst. (2) fine dining (3) competitive, $8—$10/hour (4) Monday—Friday, 09:00—16:00 (5) 202/337-6520 (6) jwinkel@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/f79d7f97dd3383c4ba4cd23c.html
C
ABC Motor Ltd.
999 Huashan Road
Shanghai, China
Millways Company Ltd.
10 Horndean Way
Bristol BS2 6CS
England Purchase Order No.: 1162M
Date: 10 June 2008
Quantity Description Unit Total
10
5 MFH bicycles
FFH motors $70.00
$300.00 $700.00
$1,500.00
Total: $2,200.00


Delivery Date Required: Terms ABC Motors Limited
December 10th, 2008 30 days from receipt M. Stone










Unit6
Section A
Reading out
(1)tool (2)knowledge (3) based (4) surf (5) confronted (6) distorted
Getting the message
1. It contributes to global integration by enabling the free exchange of ideas.
2. The Internet breaks up society by isolating its individual users.
3. No. The breakup of society has been a sad reality for some time now. Even prior to the Internet's widespread application, folks were already becoming distanced from their extended families and neighbors.
4. The writer means that while people nowadays can and often do develop online r

elationships with distant folks without leaving their homes, they have not invested the time in activities which encourage a sense of community in their villages, towns and cities
5. The writer gives his nephew as an example. The boy would rather go online to play his games against his friends on the Internet than actually play with his friends.
6. Some would argue that the Internet is real since in practical terms, folks are shopping, traveling and having relationships. Some others would not think so because the virtual existences are created by some users who shop, travel and have relationships online. In the final analysis, it depends upon how a "real place" is defined or how we perceive the world about us.
7. It is to achieve balance in our lives.
8. It refers to the fact that the Internet may forever change our society and culture just as the automobile did.
Using the right word
CBABADBD
Working with expressions
(1)for (2) to (3)on/upon (4) in (5) like (6) in (7) above (8) in
Focusing on sentence structure
A 1. Depending (up)on who the readers are, the book may not be suitable.
2. He may very well have mastered over 20 languages, depending (up)on how the mastery of a language is defined.
3. Depending (up)on how one spends their money, a man with a lot of money may very well enjoy a better life than a man with little money.
B1. They have achieved remarkable economic successes without sacrificing environment.
2. He left home suddenly without saying goodbye to his parents.
3. The millionaire died without leaving a will for his family.
Translating
A 1. Eventually your daughter will leave home to lead her own life, but in the meantime she has to rely on your support.
2. Though she is confronted with money problems, she knows how to solve them.
3. Now that you have a computer and a cell phone, we can communicate more easily.
4. What this means in practical terms is that once you cheat, you lose.
B 1. 但是却很少报道可能存在这样一个前景:因特网可能孤立其用户而促进社会分崩离析
2. 当我们越过一些阶段看现在,我们看到了一个近乎残酷的讽刺:人们不必离开家就能够而且经常在网上与另一半球的人们建立关系。
3. 因特网或许是个真实的地方,这取决于如何定义“真实的地方”。
4. 尽管这么说,我仍认为开发因特网潜力的关键是要在我们的生活中取得平衡。
Using topic related terms
(1)widespread (2) Folks (3) Web (4)conflict (5) virtual (6)distort(7)isolated (8) breakup
Section B
Getting the message
ADCDC
Using the right word
(1) span (2) data (3) resisted (4) oblige (5) innocent (6) heading (7) highlight (8) distinguish
Working with expressions
(1)between (2) out (3) up (4) up (5) from (6) on (7) in (8) with
Cloze 略
Section C
AJohn Williams Ltd.
16 Tot Way
Norwich
Norfolk N16 7BH
March 7th, 2008


Hermis Travel
35 Whitehall
Lo

ndon SW1

Dear Sirs,

With reference to your advertisement in yesterday's Times, would you please send me full details and prices of your flights to New York?

Yours faithfully,

(Signature)
M Saunders
Export Manager
B 1
John Williams Ltd.
16 Tot Way
Norwich
Norfolk N16 7BH
March 7th, 2008

Hermis Travel
35 Whitehall
London SW1

Dear Sirs,

With reference to your advertisement in yesterday's Times, would you please send me full details and prices of your flights to New York?

Yours faithfully,

(Signature)
M Saunders
Export Manager
2 John Williams Ltd.
16 Tot Way
Norwich
Norfolk N16 7BH
March 7th, 2008

Hermis Travel
35 Whitehall
London SW1

Dear Sirs,

With reference to your advertisement in yesterday's Times, would you please send me full details and prices of your flights to New York?

Yours faithfully,

(Signature)
M Saunders
Export Manager
C(My company)
(My address)
(Today's date)

Fildlity
8,10,12 Hornsby Square
Southfields Ind. Park
Laindon

Dear Sirs,

With reference to your advertisement in yesterday's Times, would you please send me the price list and samples of your products.

Yours faithfully,

(My signature)
(My name)
(My position)









Unit 7
Section A
Reading out
(1) achieve (2) without (3) before (4) in (5) merely
Getting the message
1. The author interviewed some people who are quite successful at motivating others: the nation's top motivational speakers and best-selling authors of how-to-succeed books.
2. He realized that his future lay in his own hands when a high school teacher told him that "Someone else's opinion of you does not have to become your reality."
3. The motivational leaders are active in their lives and not just spectators.
4. Because goals that are not in writing are merely abstract ideas.
5. They should be willing to pay any price to make their dreams come true.
6. It is their unusual drive to be the best.
7. Not to give up until his/her goal is achieved.
8. They go after what they want─earnestly and passionately accomplish their dreams.
Using the right word
(1) belief (2) author (3) element (4) unusual (5) devote (6) published/had published (7) per (8) de

stination
Working with expressions
(1) down (2) on (3) after (4) at (5) on (6) in (7) on (8) up
Focusing on sentence structure
A 1. Instead of devoting himself to his studies, he wastes his time dreaming of becoming a football star.
2. If I hadn't gotten a cold, I'd be working instead of lying here in bed.
3. The students asked their teacher to let them watch the basketball match on TV instead of doing self-study in the classroom.
B 1. He knows the rule but does not know how to apply it to his work.
2. The most important was that they knew how to use their brains.
3. He was not able to explain how to go on with the experiment.
Translating
A 1. The story made him/her realize that one's future lies in his/her own hands and not in the approval of others.
2. It's your own fault. Don't blame others for the failure of your work.
3. The boss said it was up to you to decide whether to take it or not.
4. The twin sisters looked so alike that people could hardly distinguish one from the other.
B 1. 为了找到答案,我采访了一些人,他们在激励他人方面都十分成功,他们也是全国最优秀的激励他人的演说家以及有关成功之道方面的畅销书的作者。
2. 莱斯?布朗一出生就遭父母遗弃,而且还被戴上“弱智儿童”的帽子,因此他自己对未来的希望破灭了。
3. 你必须心甘情愿地为实现这个目标而付出一切代价,并经受生活中的所有磨难。
4. 所有这些成功者都有一个共同点:他们追求自己想要的一切——真诚而热切地实现自己的梦想。
Using topic related terms
(1) goes after (2) achieve his goal (3) devote himself to (4) trials (5) determination (6) come true (7) accomplish
Section B
Getting the message
BDCAB
Using the right word
(1) exception (2) directly (3) profit (4) freedom (5) consume (6) eliminate (7) discovery (8) feasible
Working with expressions
(1) with 2) on (3) on (4) in (5) apart (6) at (7) alone (8) up
Cloze 略
Section C
A1. Borg Corporation
10 Oslo Avenue
Malmo
Sweden2. L. Waters3. Yes, it is most likely the first time. 4. The people from the company want a catalogue and some information on trade discounts and guarantees. 5. Two years.
B(1) L. Waters (2) LW/MG (3) FW (4) Mr Waters (5) May 18th (6) enclose (7) trade discounts (8) two-year guarantee (9) 2
C (1) S Blackmore Marketing Manager Downland Fuels Ltd. Lake Road, Southampton Hampshire (2) SB/MT (3) MW (4) Ms Blackmore (5) you for your letter inquiring (6) enclose our price list, brochure (7) look forward to (8) from you (9) Sales Manager (or other) (10) 3










Unit 8
Section A
Reading out
(1) plan (2) searching (3) where (4) lined (5) landed (6) figure
Getting the message
1. She is a new college graduate. Her tiny ambition is to change the world.
2. Her biggest problem is no

t knowing where to go.
3. Yes. She started out as a waitress at a local restaurant while in school.
4. Through working as a waitress, she realized she had the ability to relate to people, and this led her to her choice of college major—management.
5. She also managed to hold a work-study job in the Management Department, and serve as a community assistant in a university apartment facility.
6. She says "I also have a very determined personality, and I don't like to leave things unsettled or incomplete. Both of these qualities combined have made me good at what I love to do."
7. She was joking around with a senior who seemed to interpret it as a sign of disrespect.
8. Her immediate plan is to spend the summer at home doing part-time work to save money and searching for the perfect job in New York City
Using the right word
(1) management (2) unsettled (3) interpret (4) interaction (5) ambition (6) training (7) burden (8) miserable
Working with expressions
(1) in (2) to (3) up (4) as (5) to (6) over (7) on (8) about
Focusing on sentence structure
A 1. This book is for any woman who has ever said "If only I knew where to find help."
2. If somebody tried to do that to you, you'd just go right up to them and tell them where to get off.
3. We had never experienced this kind of holiday before and had no idea what to expect.
B1. As far as shopping for clothes goes, it's a big bore.
2. As far as I can see, there are only two reasons for such an action.
3. At first I thought it was an accident, but as far as I can make out, the police consider that's unlikely.
Translating
A 1. Years ago people here got just as excited about buying a bike as they buy a car now.
2. She started out as a secretary, but three years later she moved up to a job as a manager.
3. You have to be aware of your audience when you're joking around with people.
4. Every month he would invite me over for dinner, and I would accept it with thanks.
B 1. 因此,除了肩负通常新毕业生要努力寻找第一个职业的负担外,辛迪还必须确定那项工作是什么
2. 我至今还有顾客和我保持联系,尽管我有几年不在那里工作了,他们依然给我发电子邮件,邀请我去喝茶
3. 与他人打交道令我非常兴奋,想做点与众不同的事情的欲望也令我感到非常兴奋,以至于有时我忘了在和谁说话。我得放慢点脚步,做自己该做的人。
4. 眼下,辛迪计划在家过暑假,为攒钱做点临时工,然后在纽约找一份理想的工作。她计划九月份到纽约去,同行的还有一位已经找到了工作的大学朋友。
Using topic related terms
(1) job-seekers (2) landed (3) work experience (4) ambition (5) dealing with (6) starting out as (7) moving up to
Section B
Getting the message
BDDCA
Using the right word
(1) identify (2) integrate (3) insights (4) outcome (5) estimate (6) alternati

ve (7) review (8) progress
Working with expressions
(1)with (2) with (3) to (4) like (5) down (6) to (7) at (8) over
Cloze 略
Section C
A1. It's Car Service Inc. 2. It provides specialized car services, including professional car washing and waxing. In addition, it retails a variety of automobile-related products. 3. They are automobile owners. 4. $135,000.
B (1) Door Step Videos (2) start-up company (3) $2 million (4) to secure funding either from outside investors or through a bank loan
C "High Country Fashions" will offer high-quality fashions for plus-size women. It will be established in a major retail center and will be a sole proprietorship. Annual gross sales of $200,000 are projected in the business plan. Total investment capital required is estimated to be $65,000, of which $60,000 is to be borrowed from a financial institution.