新视野大学英语第三版第二册读写所有单元答案

导读:1.enroll2revise3accumulate4accorded5evaluate6.prime7confirm8shrinking9sufficient10recruitEx.51.botherto2.isavailableto3.beencompelledto4.described…as4.exposed…to6.ratherthan7haveso

新视野大学英语第三版第二册读写所有单元答案

1. enroll 2 revise 3accumulate 4 accorded 5 evaluate 6. prime 7 confirm 8 shrinking 9 sufficient 10 recruit Ex.5

1. bother to 2.is available to 3. been compelled to 4.described…as 4. exposed…to 6.rather than 7 have something to do with 8 for its own sake Ex.6

1. A teacher, no matter how knowledgeable he is, cannot teach his students everything they want to know.

2. No matter where you travel, you can always find someone to communicate with in English since English is an important language.

3. No matter what work a person is doing, if he gives it his best each day, he creates lots of happiness for himself. Ex.7

1. Although the number of applications is small, there is little doubt that the program will help the students who really need financial aid.

2. There is no doubt that computer crime is a very serious problem, so people think that all hackers need to be punished for their actions.

3. Though the boy worked very hard and finally successfully passed the exam, there is no doubt that overwork and too much worry caused his illness. Ex.8

1 promising 2 worsens 3 shrinking 4 dominant 5 land 6 great 7 well-rounded 8 creative 9 elegant 10 constructive 11 skills 12 make

Unit 3 Discovery of a new life stage Text A Ex.1

1. Because people in different life stages are confronted with different problems and setbacks and each group of people in a particular time period have their particular worries and pains.

2.The norm refers to the general consensus that as soon as students graduated from college, they would enter adulthood and be able to find an ideal job leading to their career.

3. They are recognized as a new life stage that comes after high school graduation, continues through college and leads to starting a family and having a career.

4. Because nowadays so many young people are following this new lifestyle that it has become a trend. As long as the economic situation continues its long slide, this new stage is unavoidable. 5. Unlike their parents, a large number of young people are now delaying marriage, child bearing, and even employment during their odyssey years.

6. They often resent the pressure they’re feeling and keep a distance from their parents or even run away from home. Many also resort to computer games, iPods, iPhones, or iPads.

7. Their parents feel more anxious and upset seeing their children’s odyssey years continue to stretch without a clear direction.

8. The author thinks as people are getting to know the odyssey years better, both parents and

their children can tackle this phase better. For parents, they can understand their children more; for children, they can explore and discover themselves with a positive attitude. Ex.3

1. peculiar 2. radical 3. phase 4. sensible 5. predict 6. labeled 7. resent 8. witnessed 9. equivalent 10. parallels Ex.4 -ic

Chaotic dramatic academy -ion

Depression detection erosion

Classification confuse cooperate dictate -ist

Rightist journal Ex.5

1. journal 2. chaotic 3. cooperate 4. erosion 5. dramatic 6. confuse 7. academy 8. rightists 9. depression 10. dictate 11. detection 12. classification Ex. 6

K E A C L I G N H O Ex.7

1. saddled with 2. back off 3. gives way to 4. resorted to 5. make allowances for 6. wonder at 7. prior to 8. based upon/on Ex.8

The odyssey years are certainly a very complicated phase of life for young people. Not only do these young people need to overcome many difficulties, they also have to face many challenges from their parents. The differences between parents and children can be well observed in their completely different attitudes and views.

First, they differ in their attitude toward life. Parents always wonder what has gone wrong with the new generation. They feel that during their time, young boys and girls were better behaved, more obedient and had greater respect for elders. Young people, on the other hand, feel that they are capable enough to learn on their own rather than lean heavily on the older generation for guidance. Young people do not like to be spoon-fed by their parents.

The differences also appear in the way the two generations look at things. For example, the parents’ generation never understood Elvis and the Beatles. Because they couldn’t understand what was going on, they were frequently opposed to them and saw rock as “the devil’s music”. Young people, however, are crazy about the modern music and would love to listen to it for a hundred times a day. Wherever they go, they’ll have their iPod with them.

In conclusion, it’s very difficult for parents and their youngsters to get along due to their distinctive attitudes and the way they view things. To fill this gap, both parents and their grown

children need to be more understanding to each other. Ex.9

作为美国文化价值体系的一个重要组成部分,“个人主义”受到大多数美国人的推崇。美国人认为家庭作为一个群体,其主要目的是促进家庭各成员的幸福。与许多其他文化相比,美国家庭成员的主要职责,不是在社会上或经济上提高整个家庭的地位。人们通常认为,什么是对个人最好的要比什么是对家庭最好的更为重要。与自由相伴而来的是照顾自己的责任,因为所选择的自由承载了责任,即必须接受自己的选择所带来的后果。许多美国人给他们的孩子很多的自由,因为他们希望孩子们能够独立和自力更生。在美国人强调个人自由的同时,父母与孩子间平等的信念也对美国家庭产生了巨大的影响。

Ex. 10

Filial piety is the basic code of ethics in the ancient Chinese society. Chinese people consider filial piety as the essence of a person’s integrity, family harmony, and the nation’s well-being. With filial piety being the core of Confucian ethics, it has been the moral standard for the Chinese society to maintain the family relationship for thousands of years. It’s undoubtedly a traditional Chinese virtue. The culture of filial piety is a complex concept, rich in content and wide in range. It concludes not only cultural ideas but also institutional etiquettes. Generally speaking, it refers to the obligation of children to their parents required by the society, including respect, care, support for the elderly and so forth. Filial piety is fundamental to the ancient “Oriental civilization”.

Keys to Unit 3 Text B

Understanding the text 2

1. A 2. C 3. D 4. A 5. B 6. D 7. D 8. C

Words in use 4

1. hollow 2. restless 3. demonstrate 4. exiled 5. miserable 6. commercial 7. hesitated 8. erupt 9. refine 10. Feasible

Expression in use 5

1. are tired of 2 fall into 3 be strict with 4 not amount to much

5 drifted off 6 bonded with 7 resign himself to 8 surrender themselves to

Sentence structure 6

1. The man walked slowly, with one hand pulling with effort at his coat and the other holding tightly on to his trousers.

2. With more and more students joining it, the new club soon expanded and became the largest one on the campus.

3. With the Internet becoming increasingly popular for young people to connect with their friends, letter writing is becoming less and less common. 7

1. With the traditional values in their heads, most parents found it hard to accept their children’s thinking.

2. With this kind of jeans out of fashion, young people do not like to wear them any more now. 3. With the differences in their skills and abilities, the young and the old seem to live in two very different worlds..

Collocation 8

1 fluid 2 contemporary 3 radical 4 enormous 5 prideful 6 competitive

7 rebellious 8 transition 9 unavoidable 10 traditional 11 unique 12 peculiar

Keys to Unit 3 Text B

Understanding the text 2

1. A 2. C 3. D 4. A 5. B 6. D 7. D 8. C

Words in use 4

1. hollow 2. restless 3. demonstrate 4. exiled 5. miserable 6. commercial 7. hesitated 8. erupt 9. refine 10. Feasible

Expression in use 5

1. are tired of 2 fall into 3 be strict with 4 not amount to much

5 drifted off 6 bonded with 7 resign himself to 8 surrender themselves to

Sentence structure 6

1. The man walked slowly, with one hand pulling with effort at his coat and the other holding tightly on to his trousers.

2. With more and more students joining it, the new club soon expanded and became the largest one on the campus.

3. With the Internet becoming increasingly popular for young people to connect with their friends, letter writing is becoming less and less common. 7

1. With the traditional values in their heads, most parents found it hard to accept their children’s thinking.

2. With this kind of jeans out of fashion, young people do not like to wear them any more now. 3. With the differences in their skills and abilities, the young and the old seem to live in two very different worlds..

Collocation 8

1 fluid 2 contemporary 3 radical 4 enormous 5 prideful 6 competitive

7 rebellious 8 transition 9 unavoidable 10 traditional 11 unique 12 peculiar

Unit 4 Text A Ex. 1

1. The author uses this sentence to tell her own love story. She didn’t expect that she would end up marrying Butch. He became her boyfriend just because of her wish to find a cute boyfriend. She didn’t really want to marry him at the beginning.

2. Because when she met up with Butch the first time, he kept staring at her all night long. He flattered her and fell in love with her at first sight. He looked really wild or maybe even dangerous.

3. Because Butch had a “bad boy image” which was very tempting to a lot of girls, and his wild, dynamic personality was a little frightening. She didn’t know whether she could be getting along with him.

4. Though she always had an excellent reputation in respect to her schoolwork, she thought that her college life was dull, with no fun. In her opinion, college was supposed to be a time of great learning and also of some fun.

5. Because she was becoming more interested in him and she wanted to find out if she was the “right” date in the eyes of Butch, thinking of herself as a traditional girl.

6. It means that Butch didn’t want to do anything to change his bad situation. The word fate here refers to the fact that Butch was going to be expelled from the university.

7. Though Butch was wild and would sometimes display directly his love in front of her friends, he was always a perfect gentleman at his core. And they had a pure and responsible relationship for seven years.

8. The author and her husband’s faithful journey of love that started with a causal attraction but bloomed into a mature love proves that romantic love can last long through the ups and downs in life. Ex. 3

1. confess 2. tempting 3. commence 4. coordinating 5. granted 6. deserved 7. displayed 8. consequently 9. lodged 10. proceed Ex. 4 -ed

Contented compress complicate -ion

Identification justification qualification Illustration exhibit extension Interpretation plantation perception Ex. 5

1. qualifications 2. perception 3. plantations 4. compressed 5. exhibit 6. contented 7. interpretation 8. complicate 9. illustration 10. extension 11. identification 12. justification Ex. 6

N B G I H L E M K C

五星文库wxphp.com包含总结汇报、资格考试、人文社科、文档下载、教学研究、IT计算机、经管营销、外语学习、党团工作、考试资料、专业文献以及新视野大学英语第三版第二册读写所有单元答案等内容。

本文共5页12345