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《高级英语(二)》作业 I.Explain the italicized words in English 1.Broke and discouraged, he accepted a job as reporter. 2.and rushing them through with a magnificent dash and daring 3.Casually he debunked revered artists and art treasures. 4.So monstrous a discrepancy in evaluation requires us to examine basic principles. 5.There can be linguistic objection to the eradication of proper names. 6.and thus beguile ourselves for an hour or so after dinner 7.prefacing his remarks by “Of course it’s not for me to suggest to you” 8.So do I let my imagination play over the recesses of Laura’s character, 9.I would never have believed in the simple bliss of being, day after day, at sea. 10.which he imparts from time to time without insistence 11. Indeed, this nation’s best-loved author was every bit as adventurous as anyone had ever imagined. 12. that gave California a name for getting up astounding enterprises 13. “Well, that is California all over.” 14. He insisted that man drop his religious illusions 15. Has the dictionary abdicated its responsibility? II. Paraphrase 1.a man who became obsessed with the frailties of the human race 2.Bitterness fed on the man who had made the world laugh. 3.He is here because ignorance and bigotry are rampant. 4.All languages are dynamic rather than static. 5.But neither his vanity nor his purse is any concern of the dictionary’s 6.They make it easier to weather the bad times 7.The Russians will hold. But it’ll be a near thing. 8. Mark Twain digested the new American experience before sharing it with the world as writer and lecturer. 9. The case had erupted round my head. 10. spectators paid to gaze at it and ponder whether they might be related. 11.Mark Twain began digging his way to regional fame as a newspaper reporter and humorist. 12.“Let’s take the thing to court and test the legality of it.” 13.a flagrant example of lexicographic irresponsibility. 14.lexicography, like God, is no respecter of persons 15.They made it harder to make a big killing in good times 16.But it softens the ground for the second demand 17.I want my fill of beauty before I go. 18.who are bent on taking over the lion’s share of the trade 19.And when they go, so does a huge slice of the new traditional industries worth keeping. 20.Pug saw no point of equivocating. 21.there is a touch of rough poetry about him III. Translate the following into Chinese 1.From them all Mark Twain gained a keen perception of the human race, of the difference between what people claim to be and what they really are. 2.What underlies all this sound and fury? Is the claim of the G&C Merriam Company, probably the world’s greatest dictionary maker, that it required the efforts of three hundreds scholars over a period of twenty-seven years, working on the largest collection of citations ever assembled in any language ---is all this a fraud, a hoax? 3. Mark Twain suggested that an ingredient was missing in the American ambition when he said: “ What a robust people, what a nation of thinkers we might be, if we would only lay ourselves on the shelf occasionally and renew our edges.” 4. But, today, this vital British industry is more in peril than ever before. On almost all the major sea routes of the world, the British fleet risks being elbowed out by stiff foreign competition. 5.“……they vanish from a world where they were of no consequence; where they achieved nothing; where they were a mistake and a failure and foolishness; where they have left no sign that they had existed--- a world which will lament them a day and forget them forever.” 6.Smaller shipping lines do not have the resources to diversify. They face extinction. And when they go, so does a huge slice of the few traditional industries worth keeping. 7.Darrow walked slowly round the baking court. “Today it is the teachers,” he continued, “and tomorrow the magazines, the books, the newspapers. After a while, it is the setting of man against man and creed against creed until we are marching backwards to the glorious age of the sixteenth century when bigots lighted faggots to burn the man who dared to bring any intelligence and enlightenment and culture to the human mind.” 8.What I like best are the stern cliffs, with ranges of mountains soaring behind them, full of possibilities, peaks to be scaled only by the most daring. What plants of the high altitudes grow unravished among their crags and valleys? So do I let my imagination play over the recesses of Laura’s character, so austere in the foreground but nurturing what treasures of tenderness, like delicate flowers, for the discovery of the venturesome. IV. Translate the following into English 1.汤姆的聪明丝毫不亚于班上的第一名学生。 2.孩子们考试成绩优异,家长和教师都很满意。 3.我没有预料到会卷入这场争端。 4.合同签订不久,工程就开始进行了。 5.我们应不断地使自己的思想适应变化的情况。 6.一些西方国家担心产油国会用削价的办法把他们的生意挤跨。 7.为了提高选词的能力,你要注意词义上细微的差别。 8. 在压力下,他别无办法,只好离职。 9. 新上演的那出话剧充分表现了中国人民大无畏的革命精神。 10. 虽然种族隔离是违法的,但种族歧视在美国仍然以不同的形式存在着。 11. 你能用简明的语言概括这首古诗的中心思想吗? 12. 关于作者本人的情况,你能从文章本身猜出些什么? 13. 许多科技人员正努力学习外语,以便阅读第一手参考资料。 14. 我们更仔细地看了看,看看是否有什么我们过去没有看出的含义。 V. Answer the following questions 1.Why is Mark Twain one of America’s best- loved authors? 2.Why was so much attention paid to this trial in an out-of-the-way small town in the U.S.? 3.Why are new dictionaries needed? 4.How are the Third World countries trying to get a big share of the international sea-borne trade? 5.In Lesson15, what kind of coastline does Carr like? Why? 6. Why did Mark Twain become bitter late in life? 7. What do you think is the message of Lesson 10? 8. Comment on the title of Lesson 13. What is the implied meaning? 9. On the problem of aid to Russia, did Churchill and Roosevelt see eye to eye? In what way did their opinions differ? 10. Why, in Lesson 15, does Carr say: “God, is there no escape from suffering and sin?”?
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