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    新视野大学英语读写教程3(第三版)课后答案新

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    Unit 1 TEXT A Language focus Word in use [3] 1.whereby 2. pursuit 3. inhibit 4. maintain 5. patriotic 6. transcend 7. endeavor 8. dedication 9. prestige 10. nominate Word building [4] -ant inhabitant inhabit participate participant attend attendant pollute pollutant descend descendant contest contestant tolerate tolerant result resultant -ful neglect neglectful resource resourceful boast boastful respect respectful [5] 1.resultant 2. tolerant 3. pollutants 4. inhabited 5. participants 6. descendants 7. attendants 8. respectful 9. contestants 10. neglectful 11. resourceful 12. boastful Banked cloze [6] 1.eventually 2. premier 3. endeavor 4. bypass 5. handicaps 6. committed 7. attained 8. transcend 9. feats 10. slightest Expressions in use [7] 1. removed from 2. failed in 3. in pursuit of 4. deviated from 5. precluded from 6. triumph over 7. work their way into 8. written off TEXT B Understanding the text [2] CBADBBCD Language focus Word in use [4] 1.indulge 2. propelled 3.aggravated 4.dazzled 5. alleviated 6.renowned 7.eloquent 8. destined 9.scorns 10. Applause Expression in use [5] 1. up 2.in 3.on 4.up 5.to 6.on 7.as 8.out sentence structure [6] 1. He prefers to start early rather than leave everything to the last minute 2. She prefers to be the boss, to be in charge and to organize others rather than be organized by some whom she may not even rate very highly. 3. My brother prefers to take the whole blame himself rather than allow it to fall on the innocent. [7] 1. Try as he would 2. Search as they would 3. Hard as we work Try as we might Collocation Warm-up 1. repeated 2.overwhelming 3.immense 1.heroic 2.sound 3.substantial 1.attained 2.fueled 3.achieved [8] 1. sudden opportunities 2. immense obstacles 3. amazing determination 4. profound difficulties 5. overwhelming failures 6. poverty-stricken 7. substantial hardship 8. repeated misfortunes 9. sheer persistence 10. dazzle audiences 11. achieve fame 12. strong will Unit 2 Language focus Word in use [3] 1.intervene 2.underestimate 3.recede 4.deem 5.bleak 6.appraise 7.paralyzed 8. symptoms 9. dismay 10. brink Word building [4] dominate dominance avoid avoidance rely reliance acquaint acquaintance clear clearance annoy annoyance admit admittance resemble resemblance assure assurance bore bored privilege privileged distract distracted [5] 1.bored 2.priviledged 3. assurance 4. dominance 5.aviodance 6. acquaintance 7. reliance 8. clearance 9. distracted 10. annoyance 11. admittance 12. resemblance Banked cloze [6] 1. characterized 2. aspects 3. amount 4. recede 5. exposed 6. vicious 7. challenge 8. excessive 9. reaction 10. paralyze Expressions in use [7] 1. pulled to a stop 2. black out 3. pop up 4. stopped short 5. plowed through 6. threw himself into 7. let yourself go 8. grabbed for Language focus Word in use [4] 1. vertical 2.evaporate 3.plight 4.intent 5. abort 6.vulnerable 7.proximity 8.evoke 9. lofty 10.necessitate Expression in use [5] 1. in the event of 2. immuned to 3. settled back 4. on board 5. in/into position 6.was…stunned by 7. for sure 8. hint of Sentence structure [6] 1.Nothing excites me as much as a brilliant movie with an interesting plot, fantastic acting ,wild visual and a strong script. 2.Over the course of her entire life, she’d longed for nothing as much as knowledge about her mother. 3.Her daughter is at a state hospital and wants nothing as much as to be part of a family. [7] 1.In teaching practice, it is essential that we (should) teach students proper grammar, sentences structures and writing skills. 2.It is important that students should be given opportunities to express their perspectives to cultivate their responsibility and independence. 3.It is crucial that the younger generation should pursue an active and positive role in promoting environmental protection. Collocation Warm-up 1. massive 2. incredible 3. terrible 4. relaxed 5. absolutely 6. unremarkable [8] 1.emotionally impossible 2. amazing power 3. visibly frightened 4.incredible impact 5.impromptus rescues 6.instantaneously hysterical 7. calm confidence 8. true courage 9. massive waves 10. would-be rescuer 11. vicious waves 12. rough water Unit3 Language focus Word in use [3] 1.integral 2. cherish 3. afflicted 4. noteworthy 5. portray 6. compliment 7.domain 8. anonymous 9. conscientious 10. perpetual Word building [4] general generalize normal normalize public publicize minimum minimize mobile mobilize invest investor dictate dictator conquer conqueror investigate investigator moderate moderator elevator elevate [5] 1.normalize 2. moderator 3.immunized 4. investors 5. mobilize 6. conqueror 7. elevate 8. publicizes 9. investigator 10. minimized 11.generalize 12.dictator Banked cloze [6] 1) domain 2) define 3) popularity 4) mentally 5) diplomatic 6) committed 7) devote 8) surviving 9) embarked 10) humanitarian Expressions in use [7] 1.embark on 2. be deprive of 3. turn down 4. taken captive 5. live on 6. share in 7. was stricken by 8. led by example Word in use [4] 1.skeptical 2. coincidence 3. mounted 4. contrive 5. simulated 6. manifest 7. divert 8. infected 9. upgraded 10. temperament Expressions in use [5] 1. on 2. in 3. as 4. into 5. to 6. to 7. with 8. under/on Sentence structure [6] 1. It is not his carefree attitude that made him seem eccentric; it is his conspicuous interest in film that made his classmates shun and mock him. 2. It is not his experience in filmmaking that sabotaged transfer attempts; it is his poor grades that forced film schools to withhold acceptance. 3. It is not because things are difficult that we fail to dare; it is because we do not dare that things are difficult. [7] 1. see things as they are 2. understand the world as it is 3. accept people as they are warm-up 1.internationally famous 2. rigorous schedule 3.jeopardize hope 4.emotionally draining 5. physically dangerous 6. overwhelming misery 7. perpetually signify 8. conspicuous interest 9. repeatedly try [8] 1.internationally 2.committed 3.compassionate 1.repeatedly 2.thrill 3.terrific 1.overwhelmingly 2.desperate 3.physically 4.rectified 1.personal 2.emotionally Unit4 Language focus Word in use [3] 1)compulsory 2)contemplate 3) imprisoned 4) globalize 5) offset 6) groan 7) stubborn 8) cluster 9) ambiguity 10) consoled Word building [4] respect respectable negotiate negotiable distinguish distinguishable avail available profit profitable renew renewable memory memorize author authorized visual visualize stable stabilize social socialize [5] 1) profitable 2) renewable 3) authorized 4) negotiable 5) visualize 6) socialize 7) attributable 8) respectable 9) avail 10) stabilize 11) distinguishable 12) memorize Bank cloze [6] 1) contemplate 2) comfort 3) sparked 4) ventured 5) diverse 6) witnessed 7) stunning 8)glimpse 9) positive 10) dictate Expression in use [7] 1) settle for 2) more often than not 3) mingled with 4) traded for 5) was saturated with 6) are open to 7) endowed with 8) make up for Words in use [4] 1)ethnic 2) conceive 3)presumed 4) despised 5) irritate 6) disregarded 7) downside 8) venerable 9) susceptible 10) suppress Expression in use [5] 1) from/against 2) from 3) with 4) into 5) to 6) into 7) for 8) off Sentence structure [6] 1) The day following was, as it turned out, the last of Mr. Wraxall’s stay at Raback. 2) As it turned out, the war went on for more than four years, with horrible losses of personnel and material on both sides. 3) Madigan had been studying Mr. Barrett for a couple of month, as it turned out the man was rather mysterious. [7] 1. took his behavior with a smile. 2. took it with gratitude 3. took it with a deep bow Collocation warm-up overly fearful disorienting diversity solo travel swap stories globalized world foreign travel [8] 1. exotic places 2. lovely dream 3. multinational excursions 4. pleasant experiences 5. foreign travel 6. valuable open-mindedness 7. ample opportunities 8. disorienting diversity 9. local folklore 10. swap stories 11. modern aviation 12. credible insights Unit5 Understanding the text Word in use [3] 1) gauged 2) dedicate 3) commonplace 4) suffice 5) revenue 6) simultaneous 7) incentive 8) prone 9) innovations 10) fostered [4] real realism imperial imperialism commercial commercialism human humanism terror terrorism recruit recruitment resent resentment enroll enrollment refresh refreshment ship shipment enforce enforcement [5] 1) refreshment 2) shipment 3) enforcement 4) commercialism 5) realism 6) recruitment 7) enrollment 8) imperialism 9) resentment 10) Terrorism 11) humanism Banked cloze [6] 1) employees 2) notion 3) primary 4) foster 5) reflects 6) motivation 7) monetary 8) aspects 9) gossiping 10) miserable Expression in use [7] 1) correlate with 2) refrain from 3)count down 4) slaving away 5) coincide with 6) contented with 7) be designated as 8) conformed to WORD IN USE [4] 1) Rash 2) specialty 3) ponder 4) utilize 5) pierce 6) bias 7) ensue 8) impart 9) infectious 10) hospitality Expression in use [5] 1) out 2) on 3) away 4) to 5) to 6) in 7) away 8) up Sentence structure [6] 1.Although I am already very tall, I wear high heel all of the time, be it day or night. 2)A lower euro will actually help European exports become affordable and more competitive around the world, be they German automobiles or Italian leathers. 3)Every time there is a major new event , be it a natural disaster or a historic moment, we take it for granted that there will be pictures and videos. [7] 1) find himself eating foods he never heard of before. 2) found herself faced with a math test. 3) found herself standing in front of Tom’s company. collocation warm-up 1) prideful 2) high 3) special 4) trivial 5) sole 6) friendly 7) cheerful 8) instant 9) charitable [8] 1) unhappy 2) personally 3) optimum 4) truly 5) monetary 6) sole 7) personal 8) trivial 9) special 10) high 11) friendly 12) cheerful Unit 6 Language focus Word in use [3] 1) evacuated 2) stray 3) diluted 4) gigantic 5) standpoint 6) nutrition 7) inflicted 8) pervasive 9) naive 10) permeated [4] moment momentary supplement supplementary custom customary vision visionary mission missionary discipline disciplinary complex complexity fatal fatality available availability feasible feasibility authentic authenticity desirable desirability [5] 1) visionary 2) fatality 3) availability 4) customary 5) feasibility 6) momentary 7) disciplinary 8) supplementary 9) missionary 10) authenticity 11) complexity 12) desirability Banked cloze [6] 1) appalling 2) innumerable 3) distinction 4) casualties 5) unrecorded 6) massacres 7) foster 8) stage 9) decline 10) stabilize Expression in use [7] 1) flew at 2) wove her way through 3) radiated from 4) conceive of 5) was lined with 6) dive into 7) next to nothing 8) stayed down Words in use [4] 1) supervise 2) petitioned 3) clutching 4) vicinity 5) fragrance 6) dispatched 7) dwelling 8) haunted 9) timid 10) encloses Expression in use [5] 1) to/into 2) in 3) together 4) apart 5) with 6) off 7) with 8) off Sentence structure [6] 1) Henry refuses to change his mind because he holds that our advice is worth next to nothing to him. 2) Once a gambler is addicted, all the efforts to help him get rid of the bad habit will be worth next to nothing. 3)Your recommendation is worth next to nothing to those who do not want to listen. [7] 1) looks like it is going to burst. 2) looks like the work would stretch well into next year. 3) looked like they planned to invade within the following few days Collocation Warm-up 1) A 2) C 3) B 4) B 5) C 6) B [8] 1) emotional intensity 2) brilliant sky 3) walked briskly 4) helplessly wandering 5) trembling voice 6) tremendous roar 7) deserted road 8) violently dipping 9)inevitable death 10)profound fatigue 11) pervasive threat 12) dangerous evil Unit 7 Language focus Word in use [3] 1) donate 2) spiral 3) termination 4) layoff 5) subsistence 6) spectrum 7) complied 8) reclaimed 9) originated 10) expired Word building [4] emit emission omit omission suspend suspension predict prediction distribute distribution corruption corrupt generous generosity formal formality local locality mature maturity peculiar peculiarity liable liability [5] 1) emission 2) suspension 3) formalities 4) prediction 5) omission 6) distribution 7) locality 8) peculiarity 9) corrupting 10) generosity 11) maturity 12) liability Banked cloze [6] 1) slump 2) mortgages 3) incredibility 4) crashing 5) spread 6) promote 7) catastrophic 8) verge 9) oversight 10) stabilize Expressions in use [7] 1) put down 2) wind up 3) scrape together 4) on the verge of 5) in all likelihood 6) deteriorate into 7) are in a position 8) gave way to Word in use [4] 1) amplifying 2) assimilate 3) intrinsic 4) entail 5) commodity 6) mentality 7) envisage 8) allocated 9) equity 10) ambiguous Expression in use [5] 1) in 2) on 3) in 4) in 5) into 6) off 7) in 8) to Sentence structure [6] 1) what if it rained and then froze all through those months? 2) what if all children were kind to animals? 3) what if a major earthquake hit the Seattle area? [7] 1) so we ended up seeing a different one 2) you might end up getting something you don’t want 3) but who knew it would end up being a career. Collocation warm-up 1. constant harassment 2. employment spectrum 3. unsure futures 4. fall sharply 5. further increases 6. profound grief [8] 1) falling sharply 2) unimaginable situation 3) economic slump 4) tenant eviction 5) purchasing power 6) further increases 7) stock market crash 8) sinking finances 9) negative equity 10) daily stress 11) long-term unemployment 12) employment spectrum Unit 7 Language focus Word in use [3] 1) donate 2) spiral 3) termination 4) layoff 5) subsistence 6) spectrum 7) complied 8) reclaimed 9) originated 10) expired Word building [4] emit emission omit omission suspend suspension predict prediction distribute distribution corruption corrupt generous generosity formal formality local locality mature maturity peculiar peculiarity liable liability [5] 1) emission 2) suspension 3) formalities 4) prediction 5) omission 6) distribution 7) locality 8) peculiarity 9) corrupting 10) generosity 11) maturity 12) liability Banked cloze [6] 1) slump 2) mortgages 3) incredibility 4) crashing 5) spread 6) promote 7) catastrophic 8) verge 9) oversight 10) stabilize Expressions in use [7] 1) put down 2) wind up 3) scrape together 4) on the verge of 5) in all likelihood 6) deteriorate into 7) are in a position 8) gave way to Word in use [4] 1) amplifying 2) assimilate 3) intrinsic 4) entail 5) commodity 6) mentality 7) envisage 8) allocated 9) equity 10) ambiguous Expression in use [5] 1) in 2) on 3) in 4) in 5) into 6) off 7) in 8) to Sentence structure [6] 1) what if it rained and then froze all through those months? 2) what if all children were kind to animals? 3) what if a major earthquake hit the Seattle area? [7] 1) so we ended up seeing a different one 2) you might end up getting something you don’t want 3) but who knew it would end up being a career. Collocation warm-up 1. constant harassment 2. employment spectrum 3. unsure futures 4. fall sharply 5. further increases 6. profound grief [8] 1) falling sharply 2) unimaginable situation 3) economic slump 4) tenant eviction 5) purchasing power 6) further increases 7) stock market crash 8) sinking finances 9) negative equity 10) daily stress 11) long-term unemployment 12) employment spectrum Unit 8 Word in use 3 1) indignation 2) provocative 3) militant 4) overlap 5) conferring 6) defiance 7) hesitant 8) milestone 9) cradled 10) preaching Word building 4 man manhood mother motherhood calculate calculation complicate complication imitate imitation assassinate assassination circulate circulation accommodation accommodate accuse accusation defect defection exhaust exhaustion 5 1) circulation 2) accusation 3) accommodate 4) defection 5) manhood 6) imitation 7) complication 8) exhaustion 9) assassination 10) calculation 11) motherhood Banked cloze 6 1) automatic 2) charge 3) presumption 4) attached 5) handy 6) confer 7) contact 8) bounce 9) tumble 10) intellect Expression in use 7 1) at their disposal 2) insulate him from 3) irrespective of 4) has a high opinion of 5) has authority over 6) for your part 7) get away with 8) dispense with 9) provide for 10) tiptoeing around Word in use 4 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Expression in use 5 1) to 2) through 3) off 4) down 5) to 6) out 7) under 8) in/back Sentence structure 6. 1.Admittedly taking measures that are likely to increase the greenhouse effect will be morally graver than having done nothing to reduce it. 2. Admittedly they are the perfect guides to keep you informed of the various things happening around you. 3. Admittedly those who oppose to the viewpoint also have their reasons to a certain extent. 7. 1.When the time comes to demonstrate your unique set of sporting skills and physical gifts 2.But when the time came to put some money into the home 3.when the time comes to pay for my classes collection 1) versatile 2) shatter 3) unquestioning 4) stony 5) hair-tearing 6) substandard 8 1) hair-tearing 2) negative 3) substandard 4)stony 5) perfect 6) unilateral 7) shatter 8) secretly 9) unquestioning 10) true 11) intensity 12) ultimate

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