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Unit1
Enjoy the colorful campus life!
II. Basic Listening Practice Keys: 1.C 2.D 3. B 4.D 5.A III. Listening In Task 1:On the first day Keys: (1)the first day (2)changing (3)really good (4)hard workers (5)went over her head (6)explained (7)notes (8)Wednesday (9)participation (10)education Task 2:How to select elective courses? Keys: (1)extra training (2)chemistry (3)accounting (4)many fields of study (5)better potential (6)business degree (7)challenging (8)how to learn (9)better understanding (10)narrow-minded Task3: How to get straight A's? Keys:1.B 2.C 3. D 4.A 5.D IV. Speaking Out MODEL1 MODEL2 MODEL3 V. Let?ˉs Talk Task 1:Maintaining the quality or increasing the intake? Keys: (1)quality (2)young (3)25(4)difficult (5)government (6)quality (7)cut (8)extra-cautious (9)afford (10)experience (11)more (12)blame (13)budget (14)puzzled (15)service Task 2:What's your answer? According to the interviewee, it's difficult to strike a balance between maintaining the educational quality and making sure as many people as possible receive university education. In the past years, China has been confronted with the same problem. The university enrollment has been on the increase and some institutions of higher learning do not have enough teachers and teaching facilities, thus affecting the educational quality. Task 3:Let's group work! VI. Further Listening and Speaking Listening Task: Task1: Problems with our educational system Script: Hi, everybody. My topic today is "Problems with our educational system". I disagree on a lot of the ways that things have happened for a long time in our educational system. It seems that educators just want to give standardized tests, which focus only on academic performance and neglect students' abilities and interest in other areas. I think there are a lot of people who are very intelligent, but haven't had the opportunities they could have had if they had learned in a broader-minded educational system. I feel that a lot of courses that students are required to take in high school are too academic, and, as a result, many kids have lost their interest in learning.Educators often fail to recognize various kinds of intelligence. They simply exert a lot of pressure on students to be as well-rounded as possible. I think being well-rounded isn't really possible. And

as a consequence, some students I believe to be intelligent can't get into good colleges if they, you know, haven't scored well on the math section, even if they are brilliant writers. Another thing that disturbs me is that the so-called weak students are separated from the rest of the school. Some kids are kept in a separate class if their grades are lower than others'. And they're very aware of their social position, you know. I think it causes them to act in a way that is not really positive. They're just acting in a way they are expected. Often their grades go from bad to worse. And that's pretty sad. I think that many of the kids in those classes are intelligent, but they never actually realize their potential because of the way they are treated early on in their education. Keys: (1)standardized tests (2)abilities and interest (3)interest (4)pressure (5)well-rounded (6)get into good colleges (7)the rest of the school (8)from bad to worse Task 2: The final exam Script At a university, there were four sophomores taking a chemistry course. They were doing so well on all the quizzes, midterms, labs, etc. that each had an "A" so far for the semester. These four friends were so confident that on the weekend before the final, they decided to go up to the University of Virginia and party with some friends there. They had a great time and didn't make it back to school until early Monday morning. Rather than taking the final then, they decided to find their professor after the final and explain to him why they missed it. They explained that they had planned to come back in time for the final exam, but, unfortunately, they had a flat tire on the way back and didn't have a spare. As a result, they missed the final. The professor thought it over and then agreed they could make up the final the following day. The guys were relieved and elated. The next day, the professor placed them in separate rooms, handed each of them a paper, and told them to begin. They looked at the first problem, worth five points. It was a simple question on a chemical reaction. "Cool," they all thought at the same time, each one in his separate room, "this is going to be easy." Each finished the problem and then turned the page. On the second page was a question worth 95 points: "Which of the tires was flat?" Keys: (1)course (2)quizzes (3)semester (4)confident (5)party (6)make (7)missed (8)they had a flat tire on the way back and didn't have a spare (9)placed them in separate rooms, handed each of them a paper (10)On the second page was a question worth Task3: Harvard University Script Harvard University is the oldest institute of higher learning in the United States. Founded 16 years after the arrival of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, the university has grown from nine students with a single master to the present enrollment of more than 21,000 students, including undergraduates and students in 10 graduate and professional schools. Over 14,000 people work at Harvard, including more than 2,100

faculty members. Harvard has produced eight American presidents and many Nobel Prize winners. During its early years, Harvard offered a classic academic course based on the model of English universities, but consistent with the prevailing Puritan philosophy. Although many of its early graduates became ministers in Puritan churches throughout New England, the university was never formally affiliated with a specific religious group. Under President Pusey, Harvard started what was then the largest fundraising campaign in the history of American higher education. It was an 82.5-million-dollar program for the university. The program increased faculty salaries, broadened student aid, created new professorships, and expanded Harvard's physical facilities. NeiI L. Rudenstine took office as Harvard's 26th president in 1991. As part of an overall effort to achieve greater coordination among the university's schools and faculties, Rudenstine encouraged academic planning and identified some of Harvard's main intellectual priorities. He also stressed the importance of the university's excellence in undergraduate education, the significance of keeping Harvard's doors open to students from families of different economic backgrounds, and the task of adapting the research university to an era of both rapid information growth and serious fund shortage. Keys: 1.B 2.A 3. C 4.D 5.D Viewing and speaking: Task 1:University budget cuts Script Host: Well, David Lammy, the University Minister, joins me from Westminster. Now thanks for joining us this lunchtime, Mr. Lammy. How do these cuts... tie in with your much trumpeted commitment to increasing higher education? Interviewee: Well, I think it's important to remind viewers that we will spend well over 12 billion pounds on higher education this year and to also say that there will be more students at university next year than ever before in our history. But what is important is that when they get to university, is that they have good facilities, good buildings, that they have good contact with their lecturers and, for students from poorer backgrounds that they receive a grant. And you know 40 percent of students who are going to university are in receipt of some grants. So we have to plan... Host:But there's going to be less money next year. That's the bottom line, isn't it? Interviewee: Er, we are asking universities to make a one percent cut in their teaching grant. That's 51 million out of a total budget of over five billion. Look, I think there are families across the country preparing for Christmas spending a bit less and they're, you know, it's a lot more than one percent that they're, they're feeling. So I think this is reasonable to ask universities if we are to ensure that we can continue to send more young people to university and we remain committed to that. Host:And briefly, what about these two-year degrees? This is a reduction in standards, isn't it? Interviewee:Well, we, we, we... It's important in this country that we remember that students aren't just the classic 18- to 21-year-old undergraduates. We want mature students. We want more parttime students

and over the last few years we've been growing the number of foundation degree, two-year degrees that ensure that transition into high university and high level skills. That's what we want to support and that's what we're indicating in the grant letter that we've sent to universities over the last few days. Host:OK. David Lammy, thank you so much for joining us. Interviewee:Thank you. Keys: (1)increasing (2)12 / twelve (3)more (4)facilities (5)lecturers (6)poorer (7)grant (8)one (9)budget (10)less (11)young (12)classic (13)part-time (14)growing (15)two-year Task 2:Talk after viewing Script There will be more students at universities next year than ever before in our history. When they get to university, they have good facilities, good buildings, as well as good contact with their lecturers. Students from poorer backgrounds receive a grant. 40 percent of students who are going to university will receive some sort of grant. Unit 1 test Part I Keys: 1.A 2.B 3.D 4.B 5.D Part II (1)for (2)with (3)opportunity (4)tuition (5)explore (6)encounter (7)adventure (8)As with any country, it is not advisable to carry large amounts of cash around with you (9)Traveler's checks are one of the safest and easiest ways to transport money, because you may have them replaced if they get lost or stolen (10)It is wise to bring about $100 with you in U.S. cash, so you will be able to manage upon your arrival in the States Part III 1.C 2.A 3.B 4.D 5.A Part IV 1.C 2.A 3.A 4.D 5.C 6.B 7.A 8.C 9.B 10.C

Uint2
Our globe is in danger!
I.Lead in Task 1: sandstorm ; air pollution ; deforestation water pollution ; melting polar ice cap ; light pollution drought ; desertification ; littering II. Basic Listening Practice Keys: 1.B 2.D 3. A 4.A 5.C III. Listening In Task 1:We should have proper respect for nature! Script: Martha:Do you think most people in your culture respect nature? Ed:I think so. Um... more now than before. Martha:What do you think is the most serious environmental problem in the world today? Ed: Today... I think damage to the ozone layer is a big problem, and another problem is pollution in big cities and things like that. Martha: How do you learn about environmental problems? Ed: Um... through school. A lot of clubs promote environmental safety, and some TV programs, too. They talk about environmental safety and stuff like that. Martha: Do you think students should learn more about the environment at school? Ed: I think so. So, as they grow older, they can be more aware of all the problems that are going on, and also to prevent more problems from occurring. Martha: If you

could create a new law to help the environment, what would it be? Ed: A new law for the environment? Um... I'd probably say that when people throw away their cigarette butts, they have to throw them into the garbage bin, not just throw them everywhere because it's just littering and I hate that. So they should be fined if they throw them on the floor or on the ground. Martha: That's a good idea. What do you personally do to help protect the environment? Ed: I'm so against littering. I never litter. If I see somebody litter, I get really angry. So I always throw my trash into the garbage bin. Keys: (1)nature (2)environmental problem (3)pollution (4)promote (5)aware of (6)from occurring (7)law (8)throw away (9)fined (10)trash Task 2:River pollution Script: If you see dead fish floating on the river or notice that the water is discolored and smelly, you know the river has been polluted, and there are four main possible causes for it. First, fertilizer. If large amounts of fertilizer or farm waste drain into a river, the concentrations of nitrate and phosphate in the water increase considerably.Algae use these substances to grow rapidly, turning the water green. This massive growth of algae leads to pollution. When the algae die, they are broken down by the action of the bacteria, which quickly multiply, using up all the oxygen in the water and therefore causing the death of fish. Second, industrial waste. Factories sometimes discharge chemical waste into rivers. Examples of such pollutants include cyanide, lead, copper, and mercury. These substances may enter the water in such high concentrations that fish and other animals are killed immediately. Sometimes the pollutants enter the food chain and accumulate until they reach toxic levels, eventually killing fish and other animals. Third, oil pollution. If oil enters a slow-moving river, it forms a rainbow-colored film over the entire surface, preventing oxygen from entering the water. Fourth, warm water. Industry often uses water for cooling processes, sometimes discharging large quantities of warm water back into rivers. A higher temperature of the water lowers the level of dissolved oxygen and upsets the balance of life in the water. Keys:1.D 2.A 3.B 4.C 5.D Task3: Curbing carbon emissions Script: Although it is not an easy task, China is striving to fulfill the promise to cut its carbon dioxide emissions per unit of GDP by 40 to 45 percent in the next 10 years. Zhang Guobao, Director of the National Energy Administration, said, "The government puts great emphasis on seeking harmonious development between cities and the environment, and is readjusting the energy structure by giving priority to the development of clean and low-carbon energies, including hydroelectric, nuclear, wind, and solar power." Government authorities have closed small, coal-fired plants with a total capacity of 60.06 million kilowatts in the past four years. This year's target of closing 10 million kilowatts of capacity will be achieved by August. "We have promised to the international community that 15 percent of our power will be generated from nonfossil sources by 2020," Director Zhang said. At present, non-fossil energy accounts for only 7.8 percent. China is making efforts to increase the proportion of clean energy in its total energy

consumption. Statistics show that China invested US$34.6 billion in clean energy last year, exceeding the United States which invested US$18.6 billion. Thus, China has become the world leader in generating clean energy. Five years earlier, China's investment in clean energy was only US$2.5 billion. However, China's carbon emission reduction target cannot be achieved easily. The shift to a low-carbon economy might be met at a cost to society. For instance, more than 400,000 people were laid off as a result of the shutdown of small coal-fired power plants in the past four years. Many studies indicate that the effort to curb greenhouse gas emissions may delay China's development, affect people's income, and lead to unemployment. Keys:1.D 2.D 3.A 4.B 5.C IV. Speaking Out MODEL1 MODEL2 MODEL3 V. Let?ˉs Talk Task 1:Disappointment over climate negotiations Keys: 1) doesn't really actually commit anyone to doing anything, 2) the atmosphere simple can't take the kind of emissions we've been seeing in the business-as-usual scenario and there's no real commitment to change that. 3) There's no real commitment to put serious money on the table 4) It's not backed by action, 5) It does not constitute a... a deal. 6) It's a hollow shell 7) it lacks anything on emissions cuts 8) There's no guarantee that there will be new money, that the money will be real, that there's actually a commitment to get there, or that it will be channeled in new ways, Task 2:What's your answer? Two speakers hold a negative attitude toward the world climate conference. Task 3:Let's group work! Developed countries should bear more responsibilities. First, they caused most of the world pollution in their industrialization process. Second, they are already economically advanced, with more funds to deal with pollution problems. On the other hand, developing countries caused less pollution in the past, and now they need rapid development. Therefore, an international agreement the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 stipulated common but differentiated responsibilities for developed and developing nations, which means that both should be responsible for environmental protection and cut carbon dioxide emissions, but the former must take more responsibility. Recently, however, some wealthy countries have insisted that developing countries like China should shoulder more responsibilities. VI. Further Listening and Speaking Listening Task: Task1: The environment and the development Script: Li:Hi, Professor Wang. I'm Li Lin, a correspondent for the university newspaper. The staff and students here are getting more and more interested in the relationship between the environment and economic development. What do you think is the most serious environmental problem at present? What measures should we adopt to improve the environment and develop the economy at the same time? Wang: There are many environmental problems: air pollution, water pollution, desertification, overfishing, destruction of natural habitats, acid rain, overconsumption of wild animals and plants, etc. But lying at the center of all those problems, as I see it, is the contradiction between economic growth and the environment. Since the United Nations

Earth Summit in 1992, growing number of people and governments have adopted the new idea of "sustainable development". This means today's economic growth should not wipe out the resources and options for future generations. Planning and development should ensure not only economic growth, but also social advancement and environmental health. In other words, some economic behavior must be restricted or controlled. Instilling principles of sustainable development into government planning, resource management and economic policy is the most important step China can take to solve its environmental problems. China has already taken some remarkable steps to reduce damage to the environment. For instance, following the huge floods of 1998, the government banned logging in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River in order to protect forests and reduce the risk of floods. Still, the basic contradiction between the environment and development persists. Much work is to be done before we can achieve the aim of a balance between economic growth and the environment. Keys: (1)water pollution (2)overconsumption (3)economic growth (4)resources (5)social advancement (6)restricted (7)government planning (8)economic policy (9)remarkable steps (10)balance Task 2: Thick cloud of pollution covering southern Asia Script A United Nations study says a thick cloud of pollution covering southern Asia threatens the lives of millions of people. Scientists say the pollution could increase lung disease and cause early death. The cloud is also damaging agriculture and affecting rainfall levels. It has affected many countries in southern Asia. The pollution cloud is three kilometers high. Scientists say it can move halfway around the world in a week. The cloud is the result of forest fires, the burning of agricultural waste, and huge increases in the burning of fuels by vehicles, industries, and power stations. Pollution from millions of bad cooking stoves has made the problem worse. Many poor people burn fuels like wood and animal waste in such stoves. Scientists say the cloud of pollution appears to cool the land and oceans by blocking sunlight. They say it reduces the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth's surface by as much as 15 percent. At the same time, heat inside the cloud warms the lower parts of the atmosphere. Harmful chemicals from the cloud are mixing with rainfall. This acid rain damages crops and trees and threatens public health. Scientists are concerned that the pollution will intensify during the next 30 years as the population of Asia increases to an estimated 5,000 million people. Keys:1.D 2.B 3.A 4.C 5.C Task3: Mountain regions face a number of dangers Script Mountain people around the world are in great danger of the negative effects of the worsening environment, according to a UN report. As global warming and deforestation accelerate and technology makes wilder places more accessible, environmental and social pressures on the world's remotest regions increase. The UN has found that many mountainous regions—inhabited by one out of five of the world's people—are barely recognizable when they are compared to what they were like 60 years ago. This is mostly because forests were cut to make way for cattle grazing and agriculture. The authors of the UN study expect 98 percent

of the mountain areas to experience severe climate change by 2055. Biological losses are expected to be heavy. The mountains of Europe, parts of California and the northwest Andes in South America are among the most threatened mountain areas in the world and should be given priority in conservation. The UN is anxious to raise awareness of the problems facing mountain areas because they are inhabited by some of the most vulnerable people. These people could lose their culture and their livelihood with even the smallest shifts in climate. At the same time, many mountain regions are losing people. Thousands of villages in Europe are deserted most of the year. In other areas like Nepal, people are drifting to the cities in search of work. Keys: (1)negative (2)report (3)warming (4)pressures (5)mountainous (6)barely (7)make way for (8)expect 98 percent of the mountain areas to experience severe climate change by 2055 (9)The UN is anxious to raise awareness of the problems facing mountain areas (10)Thousands of villages in Europe are deserted most of the year Viewing and speaking: Task 1:Santa's home town in danger Script Weather experts may have found a new problem caused by global warming, one which many people will pay attention to: There are signs that Santa's home in the North may be in trouble because of warmer temperatures. The Finnish town of Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle, which many Europeans say is the home of Santa Claus, has had its warmest winter in 40 years. As a result, there has been much less snow than usual—meaning no snowmen, no snowballs, and possibly not enough snow for Santa to ride his sleigh on. More important for local residents, it may mean fewer tourists, as well. Santa's wintry home town normally attracts thousands of visitors each year, and millions of dollars. Anne Pelttari-Bergman, the town's tourist director, worries that the town could be in trouble if snow levels do not return to normal. She explains: "Snow is really important for us, of course, for Santa Claus, for Christmas tourism, and also for our winter tourism because winter is our best season. It is really important for us." Weather experts and town residents are hoping this warm winter is an one-time thing. Few people can imagine a holiday when even Santa does not have a white Christmas. Keys: (1)signs (2)warmer temperatures (3)warmest (4)snow (5)attracts (6)trouble (7)normal (8)season (9)one-time (10)white Task 2:Talk after viewing Script The image of Santa Claus flying in a sleigh pulled by reindeer and leaving toys and gifts for every child is known worldwide, and Santa Claus has become the most beloved of Christmas symbols. But if the weather at Santa's home town were to become so warm that there was no more snow at Christmas, Santa Claus would lose his charm. So snow is really important for Santa Claus, for his home town's Christmas tourism, and its winter tourism as winter is the best season in Santa's home town. Unit 2 test Part I Keys: 1.C 2.C 3.B 4.C 5.D Part II (1)chemicals (2)atmosphere (3)particles (4)trapped (5)lasts (6)human-based (7)progressed (8)Even in Ancient Rome people complained about smoke put into the atmosphere (9)Air

pollution can have serious consequences for the health of human beings (10)Cities with large numbers of automobiles or those that use great quantities of coal often suffer most severely from air pollution problems Part III 1.A 2.C 3.D 4.C 5.B Part IV 1.B 2.C 3.D 4.C 5.C 6.A 7.D 8.D 9.B 10.C

Uint 3
Culture makes me what I am
Task 1:On the first day Collectivism Individualism Individualism Collectivism II. Basic Listening Practice Keys: 1.B 2.A 3. D 4.B 5.A III. Listening In Task 1:Competition in America Keys:1.C 2.A 3. C 4.B 5.D Task 2:How to select elective courses? Keys: (1)roots (2)what (3)moral (4)diligence (5)sin (6)teachings (7)centuries (8)If it's worth doing at all, it's worth doing well (9)In English a new word has been created to describe people who work compulsively (10)Others hold that workaholics are valuable members of society because they are extremely productive Task3: Cross-cultural tips on doing business Keys:1.D 2.A 3. D 4.A 5.C IV. Speaking Out MODEL1 MODEL2 MODEL3 V. Let?ˉs Talk Task 1:International Slavery Museum Keys: 1. (1)transatlantic slave trade (2)unknown lands (3)dignity or payment 2. (1)rich (2)cotton and sugar 3. (1)all over the world (2)family history (3)changed 4. 200th anniversary 5. (1)banned (2)taking part in (3)slavery (4)freed Task 2:What's your answer? VI. Further Listening and Speaking Listening Task: Task1: Problems with our educational system Script: To Americans, punctuality is a way of showing respect for other people's time. Being more than 10 minutes late to an appointment usually calls for an apology and maybe an explanation. People who are running late often call ahead to let others know of the delay. Of course, the less formal the situation, the less important it is to be exactly on time. At informal get-togethers, for example, people often arrive as much as 30 minutes past the appointed time. But they usually don't try that at work.American lifestyles show how much people respect the time of others. When people plan an event, they often set the time days or weeks in advance. Once the time is fixed, it takes almost an emergency to change it. If people want to come to your house for a friendly visit, they will usually call first to make sure it is convenient. Only very close friends will just "drop in" unannounced. Also, people hesitate to call others late at night for fear they might already be in bed. The time may vary, but most people think twice about calling after 10:00 p.m. To outsiders, Americans seem tied to the clock. People in some Eastern cultures value relationships more than schedules. In these societies, people don't try to control time, but to experience it. Many Eastern cultures, for example, view time as a cycle. The rhythm of nature—from the passing of seasons to the monthly cycle of the moon—shapes their view of events. Ifthey have wasted some time or let an opportunity pass by, they are not very worried, knowing that more time and opportunities will come in the next cycle. But Americans often want to jump at the first opportunity. They are

unwilling to stand by idly and give up the opportunity. The early American hero Benjamin Franklin expressed that view of time like this: "Do you love life? Then do not waste time, for that is the stuff life is made of." Keys:1.C 2.B 3.A 4.C 5.D Task 2: Our personal space Script Our personal space, that piece of the universe we occupy and call our own, is contained within an invisible boundary surrounding our body. As the owners of this area, we usually decide who may enter and who may not. When our space is invaded, we react in a variety of ways. We back up and retreat, stand our ground as our hands become moist from nervousness, or sometimes even react violently. Our response shows not only our unique personality, but also our cultural background. For example, cultures that stress individualism such as England, the United States, Germany, and Australia, generally demand more space than collective cultures do, and tend to become aggressive when their space is invaded. This idea of space is quite different from the one found in the Mexican and Arab cultures. In Mexico, the physical distance between people when engaged in conversation is closer than what is usual north of the border. And for Middle Easterners, typical Arab conversations are at close range. Closeness cannot be avoided. As is the case with most of our behavior, our use of space is directly linked to the value system of our culture. In some Asian cultures, for example, employees do not stand near their bosses; the extended distance demonstrates respect. Extra interpersonal distance is also part of the cultural experience of the people of Scotland and Sweden, for whom it reflects privacy. And in Germany, private space is sacred. Keys:1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.B Task3:We don't know what to do with them. Script A Russian, a Cuban, an American businessman, and an American lawyer were passengers on a fast train speeding across the French countryside. As time wore on, they gradually became friendly with one another, introducing themselves and shaking hands. Eventually, the Russian took out a large bottle of vodka and poured each of his traveling companions a drink. Just as the American businessman was sipping the vodka and praising its fine quality, the Russian hurled the half-full bottle out of the open window. "What did you do that for?" asked the startled American businessman. "Vodka is plentiful in my country," said the Russian. "In fact, we have thousands and thousands of liters of it—far more than we need." The American businessman shook his head and leaned back in his seat, obviously baffled by the Russian's reasoning. A little later, the young Cuban passed around a box of fine Havana cigars. The men enjoyed this treat and made admiring remarks about the pleasure of smoking good Havana cigars. At that very moment the Cuban took a couple of puffs of his cigar and then tossed it out of the open window. "I thought the Cuban economy was not good this year," the American businessman said. "Yet you threw that perfectly good cigar away. I find your actions quite puzzling." "Cigars," the Cuban replied, "are a dime a dozen in Cuba. We have more of them than we know what to do with." The American businessman sat in silence for a moment. Then he got up, grabbed the lawyer, and threw him out of the window.

Keys: 1.The Russian hurled the half-full bottle of vodka out of the open window. 2.He answered, "Vodka is plentiful in my country. In fact, we have thousands and thousands of liters of it—far more than we need." 3.The businessman said, "I thought the Cuban economy was not good this year. Yet you threw that perfectly good cigar away. I find your actions quite puzzling." 4.He replied, "Cigars are a dime a dozen in Cuba. We have more of them than we know what to do with." 5.The American businessman sat in silence for a moment. Then he got up, grabbed the lawyer, and threw him out of the window. He did that probably because he thought there were too many lawyers in the United States. Viewing and speaking: Task 1:Reviving the image of tea Keys: (1)disappearing (2)kicking (3)tea shop (4)image crisis (5)update (6)compete (7)fast (8)product designers (9)contacts (10)similar (11)want (12)challenge (13)consumer (14)traditional Task 2:Talk after viewing Script As people become espresso fiends and cappuccino connoisseurs, the traditional British tea are being kicked off the menu by designer coffees. Unit 3 test Part I Keys: 1.B 2.C 3.B 4.B 5.D Part II (1) values (2) purpose (3) true (4) Nowhere (5) equality (6) races (7) laboratory (8) Although Edwards specifically mentions young men, young women also compete in organized sports without regard to their race or economic background (9) Many Americans believe that learning how to win in sports helps develop the habits necessary to compete successfully in later life (10) the competitive ethic taught in sports must be learned and cultivated in youth for the future success of American business and military efforts Part III 1.C 2.A 3.B 4.D 5.D Part IV 1.D 2.B 3.A 4.D 5.D 6.C 7.A 8.B 9.B 10.A

Unit 4
Taste the sweets and bitters of family life
Lead in > Task 1 Extended family DINK family Basic listening practice 1-5 CABCD Listening in > Task 1 Nuclear family Single parent family Correct answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) typical known Generally find apartment sole (7) (8) (9) (10) principal Dual-earner families are the predominant type for families with children in the United States adequate day care of children is necessary for dual-earner families companies are getting involved in the arrangement of day care Listening in > Task 2 1-5BAABA Listening in > Task 3 1-5AAADC Let's talk > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Correct answer cry relief strong understanding angry left wondering five sad stress friends helps Christmas cousins presents

Let's talk > Task 2 1 She felt it was very traumatizing, but in other ways it was a relief to just talk about it. 2 She makes drawings when she feels sad. She feels that it's like a wave of calmness just washes over her. It relieves a lot of stress. She talks to her friends or invites them for a sleepover. They do lots of silly and fun things together 3 (fake Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 1 Your answer (1) (2) Correct answer divorce her husband irresponsible divorce her husband irresponsible (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Task 2 1-5BCADC Task 3 changing jobs stability bills poverty line apartment yells at calls him names half changing jobs stability bills poverty line apartment yells at calls him names half (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Correct answer the last word remarriage failures picture eight times wife dating loneliness and anxiety second response to her lukewarm warmed up accepted ripe blended into right Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 Correct answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Task 2 1 fake Lovely similar room apologize children patience listen angry medicine fantastic 2 fake 3After a quarrel with my parents, I often feel regret. I tend to think about all the care and concern they showered on me in the past, and then I will try my best to make up with them by all means. Sometimes I will simply apologize to them or give them a big hug so that we can quickly forget all the problems. If they are too angry, I may do some house chores such as tidying up the room or making a meal while waiting for their fury to calm down. Alternatively, I will buy a gift they like to please them. As a last resort, I will ask my grandparents to come to persuade my parents out of their rage. 1-5DADCC Correct answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) 1-5CABDA 1-5ADBCA6-10CABCD at wheel tone expression Honey divorce speed I don't want you to try to talk me out of it because I don't love you any more I want the bank accounts, and all the credit cards, too No, I've got everything I need

Unit 5
Here are the seasons to enjoy
Lead in > Task 1 Dragon Boat Festival Spring Festival Halloween Christmas Thanksgiving Mid-Autumn Festival Lantern Festival Valentine's Day Basic listening practice 1=5 CABCC Listening in > Task 1 1-5DCDAB Listening in > Task 2 1-5ABABA Listening in >

Task 3 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Let's talk > Task 1 Correct answer buy office wear likes cats pet time special dish little party little trip countryside(5) where's the best place to celebrate that is here in Times Square (2) we stay here and say hello and enjoy the party (7) I always wanted to do new years in New York City (4) we're here to watch the ball drop (8) I just want to be around the people and the lights and everything (1) we're standing here until the ball drops (6) We need love, a lot of love (3) I just want to wish everybody a happy new year Let's talk > Task 2 1 He thinks the winter does not matter so long as they stay there and say hello and enjoy the party. He wants to celebrate the New Year's Day in New York because he thinks it is the center of the universe. It's a rare chance to celebrate the New Year's Day in New York. I enjoy the warm atmosphere of celebrating the New Year's Day together with others 2The main messages of this woman's words are "love" and "good wishes". She thinks there's too much hate in the world and we need a lot of love. They represent universal human feelings, and therefore are shared in Chinese people's celebration of the New Year's Day. 3(fake Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 1 1-5ADCBC Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 2 Correct answer celebration popular American died remarrying daughter 1900s the tradition was born, on the third Sunday every June, close to the anniversary of Sonora's father's death The card probably has a nice message on it saying what a great dad their father is British people might give their dad a bit of a rest—make him a cup of tea, or even wash his car and mow the lawn (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Task 3 1He thought that if men were not married, they would not mind joining the army. So he passed a law to forbid any more marriages. 2He kept on performing marriage ceremonies, secretly. 3They came to the jail to visit him. They threw flowers and notes up to his window. 4She was one of those young people and the daughter of the prison guard 5Before he was killed, Valentine left the girl a little note thanking her for her friendship and loyalty. He signed, "Love from your Valentine." That note started the custom. Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 Correct answer (1) fun (2) headache (3) 150 (4) two million / 2 million (5) feeling (6) atmosphere (7) traditional-looking (8) lights (9) regulations (10) family (11) translates (12) children (13) most famous (14) different (15) spreads Task 2 1Because the 400-year-old market has 150 stalls that sell all kinds of

toys, gifts, and special foods. 2There's something quite medieval about the atmosphere at the market. There are quite a lot of old, traditional-looking stalls and a cathedral in the background with lights all around. Sometimes, the brass band plays Christmas carols. Clearly, the market maintains its Old World atmosphere. 3fake. CACDD Correct answer (1) (2) (3) (4) hang remains symbol performed (5) (6) (7) (8) what that represent By the year 1600, some Germans began bringing evergreen trees into their homes. They put fruit, nuts and sweets on the trees They say he did this to show how wonderful the stars had appeared to him as he traveled one night The Christmas tree tradition spread to many parts of the world. Today, some form of Christmas tree is part of most Christmas celebrations (9) (10) DABCD CABCCABDAC

Unit 6
Here are tips for finding a job.
Lead in > Task 1 1I think many people prefer to find a job that they really like. After all, most people want to enjoy themselves rather than have plenty of money without a sense of achievement and happiness. On the other hand, some people may choose a well-paid job instead of a job close to their heart out of financial considerations. If one is in serious financial difficulty, one can hardly afford the luxury of a dream job 2I think it is. Although many employers lay emphasis on candidates' educational background and work experience, some believe that candidates' character is equally important for a successful career. For example, in contemporary society, many projects require the coordination of a group of people rather than a single person's efforts. Therefore, a good team player is often welcome. 3To start with, the interviewers may ask you about your education to see if you have the basic knowledge required for the job you are applying for. Perhaps most of them will ask you about your work experience in this field to see if you have the necessary skills for the job you have in mind. They may also ask about your character, weaknesses and strengths to find out what kind of person you are. They may even ask you something that is not directly related to the job. Your answers tend to show your intelligence level and communication skills Basic listening practice CDACB Listening in > Task 1 1-7ABAABAA Listening in > Task 2 1-5BCCAD Listening in > Task 3 1-5CAACB Let's talk > Task 1 Correct answer (1) 900 (2) customer calls (3) 70 (4) human resources (5) supported (6) customer-facing (7) place (8) two (9) right people (10)realistic Let's talk > Task 2

? (3) Candidates have a telephone interview that would last somewhere in the region of 15 minutes. ??? ? (2) Candidates come to have a tour of the centre. They get to see the role, see how it feels, and feel the culture of the company. (1) Candidates complete an application form. (4) Candidates have a two-hour assessment consisting of a role-play which looks at their customer service ability and a competency interview. Let's talk > Task 3 1T-Mobile is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telecom; it is Deutsche Telecom's global mobile phone operation. There are 900 people working at the company's call centre; 760 of them are employed in handling customer calls and they are managed by 70 team managers and 10 operations managers. Generally speaking, I prefer to work for a large company because it often has a good reputation, is less likely to go bankrupt, ensures you a fairly stable job, and sometimes gives you a good salary. But I may not say "no" to a small company if I can assume more responsibilities, have more opportunities for career development and promotion, or receive a higher salary. 2In a role-play the company recruiters can look at the candidates' abilities and potential. To prepare for such a role-play, basically I can do two things. To begin with, I will make a list of the tasks required by the job as well as a list of the things I can say and do in order to demonstrate my customer service ability. Moreover, I can ask friends and family members to take part in a role-play with me so that I can become familiar with the situation and find out my problems. I can also video tape the role-play to further identify problems and make improvement. Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 1 Correct answer (1) coast (2) impressed (3) shipping company (4) cargo (5) communication skills (6) essential (7) asset (8) team spirit (9) her age (10) her parents Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 2 1-5BAABA Task 3 1-5CCBAD Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Correct answer selection pressure marketing interview business (6) nervous (7) laugh (8) redundant (9) difficult (10) sacking Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 2 1The interviewer must make the interviewee feel at ease because otherwise he or she might end up in hiring someone who is completely wrong for the business. I might do the following to make myself less nervous in an interview: —I will close my eyes for a while and take a deep breath. Also, I'll try to smile a bit to make myself feel better. —Before the interview, I should get fully prepared. I will familiarize myself with the usual questions and appropriate answers. Also, I will collect a lot of information about the company I want to join and its requirements for the advertised position. When I am equipped with

sufficient information, I will feel more confident and less nervous. —I won't treat the interview too seriously. Even if I fail, it does not mean the end of the world, and I still have further opportunities elsewhere. —I might have simulated interviews with my fellow students or family members. When I become more familiar with the interview procedure, I will be less afraid. 2They should be very compassionate because it is someone's livelihood that they are dealing with. And if possible, they could write a new CV for the laid-off people to help them find a new job. I may try to encourage the laid-off workers by saying, "You are so intelligent; you will find a better job sooner or later. If possible, I will recommend the laid-offs to other companies 3To begin with, I will calm down and think about my weaknesses and ways to overcome them. I can think about my strengths and how I can make use of them in my future job-seeking. I will update my résumé and try to find a new job. I will call my friends and relatives to see if any of them can help me land a job. If I can't find a suitable job now, I will consider a training course that can update my skills so that I will become more competitive in the job market. Test CBCDC Correct answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) ice Examples parking response provide impression ages If this is the place where you would be working, they would automatically be worried that you will be late for work everyday (9) They might be historical questions regarding your previous employment or education Make a statement, then support it by giving an example of a situation and how you handled it (10) CBACD DABCBCAADC

Unit 7
Why don’t we start a business of our own?
Lead in > Task 1 L 略 Basic listening practice 1-5 BCABC Listening in > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Task 2 Correct answer reception new connections distributed green hand business cards talk business card follow up more ground piece of cake 1-5CBBAD Listening in > Task 3 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Let's talk > Task 1 Correct answer rapid growth shock large shot up hard opportunities different stable money own Correct answer technology-oriented higher returns options Venture capital cash founders business ideas potential intellectual property protection 100 percent / 100% creators stock $16.5 million failure rate (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Let's talk > Task 2 ·1He thought there were not enough opportunities to use all his abilities because Samsung is a massive organization. Besides, he wanted to try something different from working in a big company. 2He can make more money and there won't be many troubles. Also there won't be anybody looking over his shoulder Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 1 1-5DCCAC Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 2 BABBA Task 3 CBDCA Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 略 Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 2 1Kraft is trying to acquire or take over Cadbury. 2Cadbury is a wonderful iconic business with remarkable market positions and great positions in growth markets which is delivering for its shareholders today. It has no strategic issues, no financial issues and no managerial issues. 3It depends. If the acquiring company is an economically strong one and makes us a good offer, I would be only too glad to see the proposed takeover. On the other hand, if the acquiring company does not think our small company is worth a lot and the shareholders' interests are affected, then I would certainly be against the takeover. Part IADDCD PartII Correct answer resulting demand on trends elderly trend pet-related Look at existing businesses and the products and services they offer, and then determine if there's a need for more of those products or services Keep an open mind and continue to assess everything you read and hear from a business point of view Dream, think, plan, and you'll be ready to transform that business idea into the business (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) you've always wanted CBDAC BDBCA BDCDD

Unit 8
Here is a darker side of society.
Lead in > Task 1 1Some people think smoking makes them relax. Some people smoke just because all those around them smoke. Some young people even think smoking is cool. Smoking is harmful to one's health. It can lead to many

diseases. Long-term smoking may result in lung diseases, or even lung cancer. Also, some heavy smokers may suffer from breathing difficulty, high blood pressure, heart trouble, amongst other disease. Moreover, cigarettes cost money. 2Yes. The family-planning or one-child policy is one of the reasons. What's more, the rapid economic development, continuous increases in living standards and the improved medical service have all contributed to the increasing average lifespan. This can cause a lot of problems. Few young people have to support more old people. The larger elderly population requires more social security spending, special public facilities such as homes for the elderly and nursing homes, and more medical services, which are a heavy burden on society. To deal with the challenges, we must develop our economy to accumulate more funds so as to establish a sound social security system and old-age insurance system. We also need to establish more public facilities for senior citizens. 3Poverty may lead to many problems. Because of a shortage of money, sick people can't afford to go to the hospital, children can't afford to go to school, and some jobless people live far below the poverty line. Worse still, some needy people may become so desperate that they hate society and commit crimes or suicide. Poverty can be eliminated by generating more employment, raising the level of education, drawing upon the resources of every social institutions, etc. 4Before unemployed people can find a new job, their basic living standard should be met. Generally speaking, most people prefer to find a job rather than live on a handout. So it is important for them to be trained for reemployment. The government should offer training programs to update their skills so that they will become competitive in the job market again. Basic listening practice CCBAD Listening in > Task 1 BACCD Listening in > Task 2 CDCBC Listening in > Task 3 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) Let's talk > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) Correct answer easier loneliness passed away Correct answer 49 first birthday health care systems reduce expenses increasing lower faster education reduce poverty more opportunities live better social ladder (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) brain health problems younger doctor assumption history attitudes Let's talk > Task 2 1Bereavement. Her mum passed away last year, and that has left a big hole in her life. 2They have chronic health problems, but unlike younger addicts, they are less likely to overdose, so they don't appear on anyone's radar. Doctors assume that pensioners don't do drugs, so they refuse to give them treatment. 3(fake Further listening and speaking > Further

listening > Task 1 BACBC Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 2 1She thinks many of the big spenders on lottery tickets are poor; they spend money they can't afford to spend. 2He just buys lottery tickets for fun. He thinks if he won a huge amount, it would be exciting. 3They buy lottery tickets out of desperation. Also the thrill of a win, of something for nothing, is addictive. 4Casinos are opening everywhere, many people go on gambling on holidays, and one can even take a gambling cruise. 5It will be helpful for habitual gamblers only when they want to be cured themselves. Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 3 CDABA Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Correct answer condition dignity fire further distinction status prosperity fate Answering mission Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 2 1Because peace is a condition for every member of the human family to live a life of dignity and security. 2The mission of the United Nations in the new century is to answer the needs of individual human beings in need. 3The government of poor countries should develop its economy so that its people can enjoy an increasingly better life. To promote continuous economic development, it should also try to improve the country's standard of education, science and technology as well as to create a harmonious society featuring fairness and equality. The United Nations should encourage developed nations to render help to developing countries because humanity is indivisible and every member of the human family should have the opportunity to live a life of dignity and security. Only in this way can we eliminate the root causes of terrorism. Test CBADD Your answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Correct answer habit crucial among decade did issues adult teens get turned off if you ask them a lot of direct questions The first phone call generally takes about 45 minutes, with discussion about why the teen began smoking and the extent of the habit Now 260 teens who have participated in the program are being followed (10) ABCBD CBACB ABCDC

Unit 9
What mode of travel do you prefer?
Lead in > Task 1 plane Correct answer: plane bike Correct answer: bike truck / lorry Correct answer: truck / lorry ship Correct answer: ship bus Correct answer: bus motorcycle Correct answer: motorcycle

subway / underground Correct answer: subway / underground Basic listening practice CBCDA Listening in > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) Listening in > Task 2 ACCDD Listening in > Task 3 ABDDA Let's talk > Task 1 Correct answer security checks searched fear carry-ons checking greater seized digital camera take pictures bags on his way strange 1. What did the team at Britannic Challenge HQ decide? Your answer close 12.9 miles dreamed Correct answer close 12.9 miles dreamed (1) (2) (3) 2. What does David Hem pleman-Adams say? Correct answer exhausted cup of tea 3. What did Hempleman-Adams do after 90 hours in the air with barely any sleep? Correct answer abandon set down low 4. What does a team member say about Hempleman-Adams? Correct answer Pole fly over 5. What is happening this evening? Correct answer on fast asleep (1) (2) Let's talk > Task 2 1Yes, of course it is dangerous. If the balloon bursts, I would plunge to the ground and be dead. Also, I might be frozen to death at night if the heating equipment fails 2I don't want to fly there on a balloon. After all, such a flight is really meaningless, and I won't get any benefits from it 3(fake Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Correct answer a couple of hours less than an hour fare regular passengers convenient the same day conditions of aircraft accidents large quantities of cargo far away Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 2 DCDAB Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 3 1. What was one pilot's welcome message? Your answer Correct answer (1) (2) best none of them best none of them 2. What did a pilot say when he advised the passengers to stay inside the plane? " (1) (2) Your answer land wings Correct answer land wings 3. In case of emergency, should adults first save themselves or their children? What did the Southwest Airlines employee say about this? Your answer small children before Correct answer small children before (1) (2) 4. What did a flight attendant imply by saying "Captain Kangaroo bounces us to the terminal"? Correct answer smoothly 5. How did an attendant warn the passengers not to leave anything behind? Correct answer distributed evenly clean it Correct answer landing followed headed present succeeded arrested publish attention happened cheering charge dropped humorous missed get back (1) (2)

Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 2 1 I think he should be punished; otherwise people might follow suit and also visit Buckingham Palace without approval, causing disorder. But he does not deserve a severe punishment because he did not have a criminal intent and did not cause a serious problem. 2 Paragliding may be the most exciting form of flying, but it seems to me to be a bit dangerous. Staying in a helicopter is safer and you can enjoy the scenery more clearly than in a plane. Flying by plane, you can hardly see anything interesting, but you can travel more quickly and comfortably to distant places. Personally, I would like to fly in a helicopter for both the fun and the safety. Test CDCBC Your answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Correct answer tiny identity maintain fuel networks insurance external Ticket prices include a number of fees, taxes If airlines carry passengers without proper documents on an international flight, they are responsible for carrying them back to the originating country While airlines as a whole earned 6% return on capital employed, airports earned 10% (10) CABDC ABDCB DBADB

Unit 10
With a failing memory, you meet a lot of new people.
Lead in > Task 1 1-5AAABA 6-10ABAAA Basic listening practice CDABC Listening in > Task 1 1-5BCDCA Listening in > Task 2 ABBAB Listening in > Task 3 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Let's talk > Task 1 Your answer brain nerve connections musical instrument your brain blood circulation vegetables Protect and support healthy sugar Improve remembering temporary Your answer memory power test new saw verdict seconds Correct answer brain nerve connections musical instrument your brain blood circulation vegetables Protect and support healthy sugar memory loss nerve functions tobacco Improve remembering temporary Correct answer memory power test new saw verdict seconds memories endure volunteers staring 10,000 / 10000 slide show 70 percent / 70% lose where (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) staring 10000 slide show 70% lose where Let's talk > Task 2 1To test the memory power of our brains. 270 percent. I'm afraid I don't agree. How much we can remember the things we see depends on many factors. For me, I may remember only a small

proportion of the items I saw if there are many items. 3A person with a good memory can learn well, work efficiently, and remember kindnesses received. A forgetful person may easily forget daily worries, forgive others for their offenses, and forget sad things Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 1 ABDDC Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 2 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) Correct answer excellent marks principles picture Association familiar with Consolidation already learned 16 / sixteen Distributed Practice shorter muscle exercise Further listening and speaking > Further listening > Task 3 1Maybe we can't remember the name. 2We can repeat the name back to the person to help us store the name in our "memory bank 3We can repeat the name. In addition, we can visualize something different, unusual, or ridiculous about the person's appearance, position, or actions that ties in with his or her name. 4The descriptive information on one side of the card and the name on the other side. 5We can look at it repeatedly, seeing the "picture" in our mind's eye as we look at the name; or when we see the name, visualize the "picture" we have assigned to the name. Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Correct answer intelligent paintings shown cover including local atmosphere unique painter mouth Further listening and speaking > Viewing and speaking > Task 2 At Marine World, U.S.A., a group of dolphins were taught to pick up the trash in their pool and bring it to their trainer for a fish reward. One dolphin seemed to be getting more trash than the others. It was discovered that the dolphin had hidden trash and would tear a piece off for his reward, and then return and tear off another piece for another reward Test Part I BCBCD Part II Correct answer (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Part III damage symptoms sharp involved fitness mind over They also may remember things better by mentally connecting them to other meaningful things Stress, anxiety, or depression can make a person more forgetful much pain and suffering can be avoided if older people, their family, and their doctors recognize dementia as a disease BCBAD Part IV BCACD CBABD


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