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21世纪教学小组值班安排及内容

值班(时间5.19-7.8十二周至十八周)的安排如下:

黄小莉5.19-5.28;第五单元单词、课文

蒋丽君5.29-6.7;第五单元练习

张晓英6.8-6.17;第六单元单词、课文

黄玉蓉6.18-6.27;第六单元练习

闵菊辉6.28-7.8;总复习和学生针对考试的各方面问题

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自学参考书目

文化方面:《英美概况》、

5元丛书系列(包括《圣经》、《伊索寓言》、《天方夜谭》、《希腊罗马神话》、《莎士比亚戏剧故事集》等)

词汇方面:阅览21世纪综合教程14册单词一览表;

相关的四、六级词汇书

有助于提高口语的书目:书虫系列中经典小说的简写本

另外,可以在网上下载四六级真题训练和测试英语水平

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21世纪教学小组值班安排

值班(时间5.19-7.8十二周至十八周)的安排如下:

黄小莉5.19-5.28;

蒋丽君5.29-6.7;

张晓英6.8-6.17;

黄玉蓉6.18-6.27;

闵菊辉6.28-7.8。

 

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Teaching Plan for Comprehensive Class

Unit 6 

Intended for: non-English major freshmen(2)

Time: 5 periods

Topic: The EQ Factor

What’s Your Emotional IQ?

Objectives: The students should

 1. Understand the main idea and the organization of text A

2. Learn the way to write an argumentative essay

3. Grasp the key language points and grammatical structures in the text.

4. Conduct some reading, listening, speaking and writing activities related to the theme of the unit.

Method: mainly getting the students actively involved in your class.

1. reading extra materials relevant;

2. group discussion (scanning the key information);

3. pair work or role-play (reading work, acting work);

4. volunteers’ work (question-answer);

5. translation work (getting familiar with some important words and phrases)

Procedures:

I.       Pre-reading tasks (2 periods)

1.      Warm-ups by background information/ extra materials

2.      Listening ex.

3.      Lead-in questions

4.      New word study

5.      Reading together the whole text and do some preparatory work;

6.      Assignment for next class.

1)      Review the words and expressions by trying to do the voc. Ex.

2)      Preview the text to find your problems there.

II.    While-reading Tasks (2 periods)

1.      Review the new words by a dictation or translation and by checking up the students’ ex.

2.      Global understanding of both the structure and the text by checking up the students’ ex

3.      Detailed understanding of the text by questions

4.    Assignment

1)      Finish all the ex left (cloze, translation, text B, other reading, listening ex)

2)      Preview Text B

III. After-reading Tasks (1 periods)

1.      Checking up the students’ assignment.

2.      Fast reading of text B

 

 

Contents

课文A重点词汇

1)      interact (with) ---communicate with or react to

2)      It is interesting at parties to see how people interact socially.

3)      torment ---1) n. (肉体或精神上的)折磨,痛苦

4)        be in great torment; suffer torments from toothache

5)        He thought public speaking was a torment to him.

6)        2) 使某人备受折磨或痛苦

7)        He was tormented by hunger, anxiety, mosquitoes.

8)      empathy ---n. an ability to understand or share the feelings of others.

9)        What he lacks is empathy, the ability to put himself in the other fellow’s place.

10)              sympathy is a feeling of pity and sorrow for sb.

11)  Out of sympathy for the homeless children , she gave them shelter for the night.

12) standardize ---vt. 使(某事物)标准化或合乎标准

13) Car parts are usually standardized.汽车部件一般都是统一规格的。

14) n. standard 标准;规格;规范 be up to / below standard 达到或未达到标准

15) adj. standard 标准的;符合标准的;普通的;一般的

16) remedy ---1)n. 药品;I often use herbal remedies.

17)            2) 纠正、矫正办法 seek remedy for injustice

18) This mistake is beyond/past remedy.

19)           Adj. remedial 治疗的;纠正的;补救的;(为后进生提供)辅导的;补习的

20) undergo remedial treatment/therapy

21) take remedial measures 采取补救措施

22) remedial classes, lessons, groups

23) chill---1) n. 寒冷;着凉;冷淡;寒心

24) There is quite a chill on the air in the morning.

25) catch a chill着凉

26) The bad news cast a chill over the gathering. 这坏消息使参加聚会的人颇为扫兴。

27)      2v. make cold

28) The March wind chilled us.

29) Chill sb. to the bone/marrow

30) 课文A重点短语

31) 1.run/go on an errand--- be away on some business

32) The children are old enough to run on errands to the shops.

33) I ‘ve no time to go on errands for you.

34) 2. hold out for sth---refuse to give in and continue to demand more

35) The strikers held out for better pay and conditions

36) Be careful ,the dealers may hold out for a higher price.

37) 3.early on --- soon after the start of a past event 在初期;早先

38) Their role in the strike had become evident early on.

39) I knew early on in the film I was not going to enjoy it.

40) 4.shy away from---avoid or move away from doing sth. because of shyness, fear, etc

41) I ‘ve always shied away from close friendships 我总是避免与人深交。

42) 5. show up ---1) become visible; become increasingly vivid or obvious

43)  Small differences in temperature also show up.

44) The dust on the shelf shows up in the sunlight.

45)        2) (infml) appear; turn up

46) It was ten o’clock when he finally showed up.

47) 6.in the face of ---1) despite

48) He succeeded in the face of great danger.

49) Martha left home in the face of strong opposition from her parents.

50)             2) confronted by

51) No one wanted to surrender in the face of invasion.

52) In primitive times, men found themselves powerless in the face of nature.

53) amount to ---1) add up to 共计

54)     The cost amounted to $250.

55)                2)be equal or the equivalent of; be almost the same as

56)     His attitude towards her amounts to disgust.

57) In 1990 I had what amounted to a fresh start.

58) substitute for --- take the place of; replace

59) If you can’t go yourself , please find someone to substitute for you.

60) 9. count for ---amount to ; be worth

61)      Money counts for too much in our society.

62)      Attending regularly and taking an active part in class discussion counts for 30%of your mark for the semester.

63) 三.课文A语篇与难点

64) 课文语篇

65) I.课文主题

66) Why is it that the person who is the smartest in school is not usually the most successful in life? It may be because intelligence is only one of the factors that it takes to have a well-balanced , successful life. “The EQ Factor ” argues that the ability to understand and manage one’s feelings is actually much more important than simply being smart.

67)  II.课文结构

68)   Part I. ( Paras. 1-4 ) A little experiment on four-year-olds children indicates that emotional intelligence plays a very important role on the way to becoming high achievers.

69) Part II (Paras. 5-7) the author began to analyze how EQ is important to success and how it was coined

70) Part III (paras8-9) Goleman’s theory has practical applications in our communal life, but it also leads to controversy

71) Part IV (para10) the author introduced more different theories on how to make IQ and EQ complement each other well.

72) III.课文重点、难点

73) Some children grab for the treat the minute he’s out the door.

74) treat ---n. something especially pleasant or enjoyable

75) A meal in a good restaurant is a real treat.

76) the minute--- as soon as

77) I knew it the minute I saw him.

78) 2. High achievers, we imagine, were wired for greatness from birth.

79)   在我们的想象中,事业上取得巨大成功者在出生时就为伟大做好了准备。

80)   In figurative use, when high achievers are compared to “thinking machine”, they can certainly be wired too, meaning “equipped” or “prepared” .

81) This is where the marshmallows come in.--- This shows how the marshmallows are related with it.

82) When you say this is where … comes in, you are stating how something or someone is involved with a situation.

83) This is where my husband comes in.

84) This is where legislation comes in.

85) Scientists have worshipped the hardware of the brain and the software of the mind; the messy powers of the heart were left to the poets. 科学家们都崇尚大脑硬件和思想软件;而心灵的琢磨不定的力量则留给了诗人。

86) the regulation of emotion in a way that enhances living--- the control of emotion so that the quality of life is improved.

87) Goleman… has brought together a decade’s worth of behavioral research into how the mind processes feelings. 他把十年来的行为汇总为头脑如何处理感情。

88) a (period of time ) ‘s worth of sth.--- an amount of sth. for a specified length of time

89) a day’s worth of fuel     two weeks’ worth of supplies

90) 6. There may be no less original idea than the notion that our hearts hold dominion over our heads. 我们的心情主宰我们的头脑,这也许是最不新颖的观点。

91) 7. look for antidotes to restore “civility to our streets and caring to our communal life” --- try to find effective ways to make “ordinary people civilized and people in the neighborhood care for each other”

92) 8. invite misuse--- be likely to cause misuse

93) If a situation or action invites danger, trouble , etc. it makes danger or trouble more likely.

94) The wrong policy invited disaster.

95) assign a numerical value to a person’s character as well as his intellect 给一个人的性格和智力标上数值  

96) IV.句型结构

97) when it comes to sth./doing sth. 说到

98) (说到经商) when it comes to business, John is better at it than anyone else.

99) while 1) during the time that; when 2)although

100)              Could you look after the kids while I go shopping?

101)              While I do not agree with what you say, I understand your reasons for saying it .

102)              练习题

103)              Mike is the ____holder of the world 5000-meter race world recorder, but there is no guarantee that he will win in the Olympic Games.

104)              A)prevalent B) dominant C) current D) prominent

105)              2. Extensive reporting on television has helped to _________ interest in a wide variety of sports and activities.
 A) assemble        B) generate           C) yield             D) gather

106)              3. He is quite sure that it's ________ impossible for him to fulfill the task within two days.
 A) absolutely    B) exclusively    C) fully       D) roughly
4. There was a big hole in the road which ________ the traffic.
 A) set back     B) stood back    C) held up    D) kept down

107)              5. The ________ stuck on the envelope says "By Air".
 A) diagram     B) label          C) signal      D) mark

6. Mobile telecommunications ________ is expected to double in Shanghai this year as a result of a contract signed between the two companies.
 A) capacity     B) potential  C) possession   D) impact

108)              7. My brother's plans are very ________; he wants to master English, French and Spanish before he is sixteen.
 A) arbitrary  B) aggressive     C) ambitious   D) abundant

109)              8. The ship's generator broke down, and the pumps had to be operated ________ instead of mechanically.
 A) manually  B) artificially   C) automatically D) synthetically

110)              9. Jim knows little of mathematics, ____________ of chemistry.
A) and still less      B) as well as         C) no less than       D) and still more

111)              10. Vicky has been sad recently, for her plan to go to college ____________ at the last moment.
A) fell out          B) fell behind        C) fell through       D) fell off

112)              11. You had better ____________ teasing these newcomers, for that will hurt their feeling.
A) leave out         B) leave for          C) leave off          D) leave behind
12. Don't lose heart! You should _____________ your courage and overcome the difficulty.
A) hold up          B) set up            C) pull up           D) pluck up
13. He ____________ a sum of money every month to help the two orphans.
A) sets aside         B) sets up            C) sets along          D) sets in
14. His debts had to be _____________ after he committed suicide with his rifle.
A) laid off          B) written off        C) turned off         D) put off
15. The gentleman ____________ a cherub with his letter.
A) combined         B) included          C) kept             D) enclosed

113)              16. At the meeting both sides exchanged their views on a wide ____________ of topics they were interested in.
A) extent            B) number         C) collection         D) range
17. His ____________ has changed but he has kept the fine qualities of a scientific researcher.

114)              A) state               B) status              C) station              D) statue
18. She can speak French and German, to ____________ nothing of English.
A) say              B) speak            C) talk              D) tell
19. If you play with electricity, you may get an electric ____________
A) strike            B) beat             C) shock            D) knock
20. It was a wonderful play with a ____________ of over fifty actors and actresses.
A) list             B) group           C) bunch            D) herd

1-5 C B A C B   6-10 C C A A C   11- 15 C D A B D 16-20 D B A C B

 

 

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Teaching Plan for Comprehensive Class

Unit 5 

Intended for: non-English major freshmen(2)

Time: 5 periods

Topic: Prison Studies

Reading for Life

Objectives: The students should

 1. Understand the main idea and the organization of text A

2. Learn the way to write an argumentative essay

3. Grasp the key language points and grammatical structures in the text.

4. Conduct some reading, listening, speaking and writing activities related to the theme of the unit.

Method: mainly getting the students actively involved in your class.

1. reading extra materials relevant;

2. group discussion (scanning the key information);

3. pair work or role-play (reading work, acting work);

4. volunteers’ work (question-answer);

5. translation work (getting familiar with some important words and phrases)

Procedures:

I.       Pre-reading tasks (2 periods)

1.      Warm-ups by background information/ extra materials

2.      Listening ex.

3.      Lead-in questions

4.      New word study

5.      Reading together the whole text and do some preparatory work;

6.      Assignment for next class.

1)      Review the words and expressions by trying to do the voc. Ex.

2)      Preview the text to find your problems there.

II.    While-reading Tasks (2 periods)

1.      Review the new words by a dictation or translation and by checking up the students’ ex.

2.      Global understanding of both the structure and the text by checking up the students’ ex

3.      Detailed understanding of the text by questions

4.    Assignment

1)      Finish all the ex left (cloze, translation, text B, other reading, listening ex)

2)      Preview Text B

III. After-reading Tasks (1 periods)

1.      Checking up the students’ assignment.

2.      Fast reading of text B

 

 

Contents

Ⅰ。Words   

1.       roots and affixes

(1)    mammal: mamm (the breast)+ al (泛指物)

(2)    miniaturemini(small)+ature, minimum

(3)    maximum: max(great)+imum

(4)    correspondence: cor(with)+respond (to answer) +ence  

respond: re(back)+spond (to promise)

(5)    rehabilitation: re(back, again)+habilitate(to enable) habilis(able)

(6)    inmate: in(in)+mate(a companion)

(7)    interval: inter(between)+val(a rampart )

(8)    dormant: dorm(to sleep)+ant, dormitory

(9)    confer: con(together)+fer(to bring)

(10)ignorance: ig(in-, not) + nor(e)(norare, noscere: know)+ance

2.       Word games

(1)    emulate, penmanship, tablet, thumb, painstaking

It’s painstaking to improve one’s ragged handwriting. To do this it is necessary to thumb through and emulate some calligraphers’ penmanship. That’s to say, make a copy into your tablet.

(2)    burrow, mammal, termite, live off

It’s a burrowing African mammal, which live off termite.

(3)     Inevitable, word-base, broaden

To broaden your word-base is inevitable to be a good English learner.

(4)    imprison, rehabilitate, inmate

When an inmate is imprisoned, there is heavy emphasis on rehabilitation.

(5)    well-read, debater, devour, literature, maximum, isolation

A well-read debater tends to devour maximum number of literature works in a total isolation.

(6) outrage, engrossing

It is quick to be outraged with interruption in the middle of something engrossing.

(7) corridor, interval, footstep, feign

When it’s time to bed during our high school, we usually feigned sleep once footsteps approached in the corridor. At intervals we chatted on.

 

3.       Compounds

(1)    painstaking: n+doing(动宾)adj., awe-inspiring, hair-raising, self-respecting, breathtaking, fact-finding, man-eating, child-bearing, heart-breaking, peace-loving, movie-going

(2)    word-base, light-glow, footstep: n+n=n. (to Unit 1)

(3)    well-read, homemade: adv+v+ed=adj./adv., well-educated, well-done, half-done, manmade, handmade

(4)    outrage: out+n./v.=n./v. outnumber, outgrow, outgrowth, outgo, outlaw, outlive, outmatch, outpoint, outplay, outrank, outrun

. Phrases

1.       in person: physically present, personally

Many who today hear me somewhere in person, or on television, …, will think I went to school far beyond the eighth grade.

I talked a lot to my net pal, over the telephone or on the net, not in person.

Once you do something in person, it will be more impressive.  

2.       take charge of (to Unit 1): take control of, be responsible for

Bimbi had always taken charge of any conversation he was in, and I had tried to emulate him.

Elder sisters and brothers are often asked to take charge of their younger ones while the parents are away.

3.       go through the emotions (of doing sth.): pretend to do sth.; do sth. without sincerity or serious intention

So I had come to the Norfork Prison Colony still going through only book-reading motions.

The two cheats/frauds were going through the emotions of weaving (the weaving emotions) once someone was sent by the emperor to have a look.

Those revolutionaries were going through the emotions of doing something idle/ trifle when the footsteps of guards approached.

4.       along with: together with

It was both ideas together that moved me to request a dictionary along with some tablets and pencils from the Norfork Prison Colony school.

Each child, along with his given name, picks up a label.

He came along with some friends.

The body must be developed along with the mind.

5.       thumb through: turn the pages of (a book, etc.) quickly

I spent two days just thumbing uncertainly through the dictionary’s pages.

I usually thumb through newspapers.

He was thumbing through the news on the internet.

6.       down to: including even

In my slow, painstaking, ragged handwriting, I copied into my tablet everything printed on that first page, down to the punctuation marks.

She could describe what the other women in the room are wearing, down to the color of their stockings.

She is ready to find his faults, down to every word of his speech.

7.       live off: have as food; depend upon for support; live on, feed on

Aardvark lives off termites caught by sticking out its tongue as an anteater does for ants.

The family lived off his small earning.

Some of the college students live off their own part-time jobs.

8.       pick up: increase speed, speed up

I went a lot faster after so much practice helped me to pick up handwriting speed.

As the dark approached, she picked up her pace.

You are not allowed to pick up in the district.

9.       smile upon/on: encourage or approve of, favor

An inmate was smiled upon if he demonstrated an unusually intense interest in books.

Fortune smiled on us.

The government began to smile upon small business when it realized that they are the key to economic growth.

10.   check out: register a book, etc. as having been borrowed, opposite to check in

An inmate who was known to read a lot could check out more than the permitted maximum number of books.

I checked out a book from the library.

They checked out a classroom form the school.

11.   adjust to: become used to, be accustomed to

The glow was enough to read by, once my eyes adjusted to it.

It is hard fro the newborn to adjust to the light.

12.   reflect onthink deeply about; consider carefully about past events or about something that involves possibilities or opinions rather than definite facts

I have often reflected upon the new vistas that reading open to me.

I reflected upon that he had said to me.

The manager demand time to reflect upon what to do next.

13.   confer on: give an honour, a gift or status to sb. formally

I certainly wasn’t seeking my degree, the way a college confers a status symbol upon its students.

The honor was conferred on him just after the war.

A bachelor degree will be conferred on you 2 years later.

. Text

Pre-reading tasks

1. Pre-reading Questions

(1) Do you know some stories about prison study in our liberation war and in Cultural Revolution? For example?

(2) Do you think prison is good for study? Why?

(3) What do you think is the difference between prison study and college study?

2. Cultural Background (to the reference book)

(1) Malcolm X

(2) the Norfork Prison Colony/ the Charlestown Prison

(3) Elijah Muhammad

3. Organization and main idea

Part (Para 1): people’s impression of his being well-read

Part (Para2-14): the story of his prison study

Part (Para15-16): some outcomes of his prison study

4. Difficult Sentences

(1) Those who read something I’ve said, will think I went to school far beyond the eighth grade.

Many people who are present at my speech somewhere or hear them on television these days…will think that I have got much more education than just eight years’ schooling.

(2) But every book I picked up has few sentences which don’t contain anywhere from one to nearly all of the words that might as well have been in Chinese.

But every book I took up was full of sentences which contained one or almost all of the words which were completely unknown to me as if they had been in Chinese.

Might as well or may as well mean that somebody do not have a strong desire to do something and may feel slightly reluctant about it, or to suggest that no harm should be caused or no difference made by doing something.

Examples:

I may as well admit that I knew the answer all along.

Since nobody else wants the job, we might as well let him have it.

I thought I might as well go: you can’t keep saying no to people.

(3) Pretty soon, I would have quit even these motions, unless I had received the motivation that I did (received). (subjunctive mood)

Before long I would have stopped even that reading without understanding, if I had not been inspired by a desire to read.

 If I weren’t out here every day battling the white man, I could spend the rest of my life reading. (subjunctive mood)

(4) I was lucky enough to reason also that I should try to improve my penmanship. ---It certainly did me a lot of good to decide that I should also to improve my handwriting.

reason---vt. to use the faculty of reason, to think

Let’s go and reason things out with him.

To reason on such a subject is of little use.

(5) …which lives off termites caught (get hold of, seize) by sticking out its tongue as an anteater does for ants.

It always seemed to catch (find unexpectedly) me right in the middle of something engrossing.

   You will never catch (find)me with a free fifteen minutes in which I’m not studying something I feel might be able to help the black man…

   Every time I catch (take) a plane, I have with me a book that I want to read.

(6) No university would ask any student to devour literature as I did when this new world opened to me, of being able to read and understand.

I devoured literature more than any university students were required when I was able to read and understand.

(7) Where else but in prison could I have attacked my ignorance by being able to study intensely sometimes as much as fifteen hours a day?

Without intense study as much as fifteen hours a day in prison, I kept being a person of ignorance.

5. Language points

(1) This impression is due entirely to my prison study. (attribute …to, come out of, result from)

His success is due to hard work.

His growth is due to his family.

(2) When Bimbi first made me feel envy of his stock of knowledge. (metaphor, his knowledge is as much as a stock)

(3) It was both ideas that moved (to urge, to impel, to excite an action, to stimulate, to inspire) me to request a dictionary along with some tablets and pencils from the Norfork Prison Colony school.

move one’s blood: 使人奋发

The mother was moved by an irresistible intention. (P40)

(4) I went a lot faster after so much practice helped me to pick up (=speed up) handwriting speed.

   I could for the first time pick up (=take hold of, take in the hands) a book and read and now begin to understand what the book was saying.

(5) You couldn’t’ have got me out of books with a wedge. (metaphor)

You could never force me away from books.

(6) There was a sizable (quite large) number of well-read inmates.

(7) Some were said to be practically walking () encyclopedias.

a walking encyclopedia: a very informative person

a walking dictionary

She’s a walking history book.

(8) It always seemed to catch me right in the middle of something engrossing.

in the middle of doing sth. : be busy doing it and not want to be interrupted

I was in the middle of washing when the telephone rang.

He’s in the middle of planning his department budget. 

(9) At one-hour intervals the night guards paced (to go at a pace or with slow steps) past every room.

(10) As I see it today, the ability to read awoke inside me some long dormant craving to be mentally alive.

Today I believe that it was my ability to read that made me conscious of a strong inner desire to be mentally active which had long been be suppressed.

Crave implies the force of physical or mental need (as of hunger, thirst, love, or ambition), while desire often implies intention or aim.

He was craving for a smoke.

What people crave is peace and security.

He passionately desired to continue his career.

6. Sentence patterns

(1) But every book I picked up has few sentences which don’t contain anywhere from one to nearly all of the words that might as well have been in Chinese. (p158)

   You could hardly mention anything I’m not curious about.

   You will never catch me with a free fifteen minutes in which I’m not studying something… 

(2) Pretty soon, I would have quit even these motions, unless I had received the motivation that I did.

(3) It was both ideas that moved me to request a dictionary along with some tablets and pencils from the Norfork Prison Colony school.

(4) I certainly wasn’t seeking my degree, the way a college confers a status symbol upon its students.

(5) Where else but in prison could I have attacked my ignorance by being able to study intensely sometimes as much as fifteen hours a day?

7. After-reading Questions

(1) What have you learned from the text? What’s the impression you get from the text?

(2) The author said one of the biggest troubles with colleges is there are too many distractions. What do you think of the idea? Can you give some examples?

(3) What can you learn from the author?

8. After-reading tasks

. Exercises

1.       The young man worked hard in      of his father.

A. competition   B. emulation   C. assimilation    D. following

2.       He took it down, busily     it     and left.

A. looked…through   B. saw…through   C. thumbed…through   D. got…through

3.       The composer kept calm and accepted the       with philosophy.

A. inevitable   B. indispensable   C. incurable   D. unbelievable 

4.       She kept up a       with Mrs. Smith.

A. correlation   B. correspondence   C. correspondent   D. corruption

5.       All the staff in the hospital were devoted to the       of the injured by the storm.

A. habilitation   B. habilitate   C. rehabilitate   D. rehabilitation

6.       He      every word of the speaker.

A. devoured   B. devoid   C. devolved   D. deviated

7.       The Chinese people protested emphatically against the     committed upon them by the Japanese army.    

A. outlay   B. outlook   C. outrage   D. output

8.       There’s a two hour’s     to the next train.

A.      occasion   B. interval   C. transient   D. space

9.       She     herself sick when the teacher stood right before her.

A.      pretended   B. disguised   C. feigned   D. dissembled    

10. This country was subjected to the attacks of     economy.

A. asleep   B. latent   C. hidden    D. dormant 

11. The hero was      a medal due to his bravery in the flood. 

A. relied on   B. conferred on   C. counted on   D. built on

12. Every well-read man refuses to live in a state of     .

A. ignorance   B. recognition   C. deafness   D. dumbness

13. They stopped talking and went      the motions of reading as soon as the teacher came in.

A. by   B. over   C. on   D. through

14.   For dinner they have some hamburgers, vegetables,      dissert.

A. along   B. together   C. along with   D. among

15.   They examined carefully the person murdered       the brand of his coat.

A. downwards   B. down to   C. up to   D. upwards

16.   They couldn’t make their ends meet by      their father’s small salary.

A. living down to   B. living up to   C. living through   D. living off

17.   The government began to      small businesses when the realized that they were indispensable to economic growth.

A. smile at   B. smile upon   C. smile away   D. smile into   

18.   In the first week, freshmen are not permitted to      books from the library.

A. check at   B. check up   C. check out   D. check in

19.   You should      yourself     the new environment as soon as possible.

A. .adjust…to   B. used…to   C. be used…to    D. be accustomed…to

20.   In high school, you usually       the vistas that college will open to you.

A. thought   B. supposed   C. reflected upon   D. reflected

Keys: 1-5 BCABD   6-10 ACBCD   11-15 BADCB   16-20 DBCAC

 

 

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Band  Two

Unit 1

  1-5CAACB  6-10 CCCCD 11-15 CBBDD 16-20 CDAAA  21-25 DCADA  26-30 DCACA

Unit 2

  1-5 DDCCD 6-10 ACBAB 11-15 CDBAA 16-20 ADADC  21-25 CCACA  26-30 ABCBD

Unit 3

  1-5 BCBCD  6-10 DDCBD  11-15 DBDDD 16-20BACBB  21-25ACCAB 26-30 BDACC

Unit 4

  1-5 DBCAA 6-10 BCBCD 11-15 BDDBC   16-20 BDCDC 21-25 BABDC 26-30 BAAAC

Unit 5

  1-5 ADCCA  6-10 BCBCB 11-15 ACABC 16-20 ACCBB 21-25 BCADA 26-30 CADDC

Unit 6

  1-5 DBCBC 6-10 BCDAB 11-15 BCACB 16-20 BCCDA 21-25 ACDAC 26-30 BBCCA

Unit 7

  1-5 ADCDC 6-10 DACBC 11-15 AAAAC  16-20 CBCCB 21-25 CCBAA 26-30 ABBAC

Unit 8

  1-5 BCCAD  6-10 DCCAA 11-15 BCCCC 16-20 BCDAC  21-25 BCCBA  26-30 ABCAA

Unit 9

  1-5 DDCBC 6-10 BABDD 11-15 CDABC 16-20 CCBBB 21-25 BBDAD 26-30 CBAAB

Unit 10

  1-5 DCADB 6-10 ADCAB 11-15 DAADD  16-20 CDACB 21-25 BADCB 26-30 BBACA

Unit 11

  1-5 DCCDB 6-10 CACBC 11-15 ACBBC 16-20 BBBBD 21-25 ACCAC  26-30 CBBDC

Unit 12

  1-5 BAADA 6-10 CBDCC 11-15 DCCBD 16-20 BDBBB 21-25 CBCBA  26-30 DADCD

Unit 13

  1-5 DDCBC 6-10 CBDAB 11-15 DDCDC  16-20 BBCAC 21-25 BCACA 26-30 CDBAC

Unit  14

  1-5 ACDCB 6-10 CCBCC 11-15 BBCDB  16-20CCCBD 21-25 ADBBA 26-30 BABCC

Unit 15

  1-5 BCCCD 6-10 BBCCD 11-15 DDCAD 16-20 BDCCD 21-25 CADBA  26-30 BACDB

Unit 16

  1-5 CDCCC 6-10 ACACD 11-15 ACBAA  16-20 BCCBB 21-25 AAABC 26-30 DCBCB

 Unit 17

  1-5 DACCB 6-10 CADDA 11-15 DCAAB 16-20 ABCBA 21-25 CCCCA  26-30 CBBAB

Unit 18

  1-5 DCCAB 6-10 CCACD 11-15 CACCB 16-20 CDDCD 21-25 ABDCB 26-30 CDAAC

  Unit 19

  1-5 BDCDA 6-10 CDBCD 11-15 DBABA  16-20 AABCB 21-25 ABBAD 26-30 BCACB

Unit 20

  1-5 ACBBC 6-10 CABBA 11-15 CABCA  16-20 ABAAC 21-25 BDADD 26-30 DAADC
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Band   One

Unit 1

1-5 ABBAC 6-10 CCBCC 11-15 CBCAA 16-20 CCACB 21-25 ACBCD 26-30 CABCC 31-35 CBACC   36-40 BACBB

Unit 2

  1-5 BCACC   6-10 BBABA  11-15 CCCCA  16-20 ACBCC  21-25 AACCC  26-30  BBCBC

  31-35 AACBC  36-40 ACCBC

Unit 3

  1-5 CAAAA   6-10 ABABC  11-15 ACCBA     16-20 BAAAC  21-25 BCABA  26-30 CABBA

  31-35 CCBAC   36-40ACACC

Unit 4

1-5 BCAAB  6-10 BBBBB  11-15 CBCCC    16-20 CCABA  21-25 CABAB  26-30 CCBBB

31-35 BCCBC  36-40 BCCAB

Unit 5

1-5 ACAAB  6-10  ACAAA   11-15 CBABC     16-20 ACCCC  21-25 AACCA  26-30 CCAAA

  31-35 ABACB  36-40ACBBC

Unit 6

  1-5 CBBCA  6-10 BAAAA  11-15 CBBAA 16-20 CBCCB  21-25 CCCCA  26-30 CCBCC

  31-35 BACCA  36-40 CBBCB

Unit 7

  1-5 ACBBB  6-10 CCCAA  11-15 CCABC    16-20 CBCAC  21-25 CACCC  26-30 CACCB

  31-35 BCCAC  36-40  BACBC

Unit 8

1-5CABBB  6-10 ABBCB  11-15 CBCCA   16-20ACBBB  21-25 CACBC  26-30 CBCCC

31-35 ACCCC  36-40 CBBBB

Unit 9

1-5CBCAC  6-10 ACACA  11-15 CBACC   16-20CCCCB  21-25 CACCC  26-30 CAACC

  31-35 CACCB  36-40 AACCB

Unit 10

  1-5 CCCCB  6-10 BCACA 11-15 CBACC    16-20 AACCA  21-25 ACCCC  26-30 CBCBA

  31-35 ACBCA   36-40 CBBBA

Unit 11

1-      5AABDA  6-10 CDCCA  11-15 ADAAD    16-20CCDDD  21-25 CAABB  26-30 BBACD

Unit 12

  1-5 DACAD  6-10 AAACD  11-15 CADBB    16-20 CBAAD  21-25 AACDB  26-30 DCABC

Unit 13

  1-5 ACDBA  6-10 ACDBC 11-15 CABAC 16-20 CCBCB  21-25 BCCCC  26-30 CABBA

Unit 14

  1-5 CCBDD  6-10 BACCD  11-15 BDACA   16-20 BCDCD  21-25 DDDBB  26-30 DABCB

Unit 15

1-5 ACDDC 6-10 ABBCC  11-15 DADCB 16-20 BCADC  21-25 ABCDD  26-30 CCDAB

Unit 16

  1-5 DCBCA  6-10 DABDC  11-15 DDACD  16-20 AADCD  21-25 CADBC  26-30 CACBD

Unit 17

1-      5BCCCC  6-10 CBBCB  11-15 AADCA   16-20 DBBBD  21-25 ADDBB  26-30 BACBC

Unit 18

  1-5 BCCDC  6-10 CCBBD  11-15 ADABD 16-20 ACAAB 21-25 CDBAB  26-30 BBAAD

Unit 19

  1-5 BBCBA  6-10 ADCDA  11-15 AAACB  16-20 DAAAA  21-25 BCCDD  26-30 BCBAD

Unit 20

  1-5 BDAAD  6-10 BABCD  11-15 ABCAD   16-20 BBBBA  21-25 BADCD  26-30 BCCDD

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