1.The fact was that no matter how mature I liked to consider myself ,I was felling just
a bit first-gradish .
2.Freshmen manuals advised sitting near the front ,showing the professor in intelligent and energetic demeanor.
3.For three days I dined alone on nothing more than humiliation ,shame ,and an assortment of junk food from a machine strategically placed outside my room .
4.What I had interpreted as a malicious attempt to embarrass a na?ve freshmen had been merely a moment of college fun .
7.他天生有一种特别的洞察力和预见力，因此，他很少随大流。（run with the
（live up to ）
1.He distressed me a greet deal to hear the news that he had suffered repeated
2.He assumed an air for cheerfulness ,even though he lost favor of his boss.
3.Gulliver met with extraordinary adventures and saw a strange assortment of
4.He will be very furious with you if you repeat the same mistake .
5.We were all greatly drawn by his frank views、humorous words and general
6.After the cheering applause died down the Nobel prize winner began speech .
7.H e is gifted with a sort of insight and foresight ,so he rarely runs with the crowd.
8.I feel realities are after all very harsh ,so one can hardly live up entirely to his
1.He had no outside “extracurricular interests,” unless ,you think about a monthly
golf game that way .
2.“Missing him all these years ,” she must have given up part of herself which had
cared too much for the man .
3.He was one who tried to grab at his father ,and tried to mean enough to him to
keep the man at home .
4.At the funeral ,the sixty-year-old company president told the forty-year-old widow
that the fifty-one-year-old deceased had meant much to the company and would be missed and would be hard to replace .
5.为了按时完成博士论文，他经常熬夜。（stay up ）
（natural n .）
8.他实在太普通了，丢在人堆里根本找不着。（pick out ）
1.My immediate boss is a typical workaholic ,for he works for over 10hours each day all year round .
2.The principal attaches much importance to extracurricular activities interest in the external world .
3.He always grabs a shower ,a sandwich and then a taxi to go to work every Monday morning .
4.Since you are leaving the company ,you should straighten out the accounts within the week .
5.He often stays up late at night in order to finish writing his Ph.D. dissertation on time .
6.Nothing can replace the profoundest love in one?s heart .
7.He is considered a natural for the post of the president ,for he has been an excellent vice-president for almost 10 years .
8.He is just too common to be picked out from the crowd .
1.Nearly every day ,I walk to the post office or library or bookstore ,and sometimes ,if
I am feeling particularly debonair ,I stop at Rosey Jekes Café for a cappuccino .
2.We will go through the most extraordinary contortions to save ourselves from walking .
3.I …m sure he jogs extravagant distance and plays squash and does all kinds of healthful things ,but I am just as sure that he drives to each of these undertakings .
4.At the time ,it seemed ridiculous and exasperating, but afterwards I realized that I was possibly the only person ever to have entertainment the notion of negotiating that intersection on foot .
1.我几乎每天都步行到邮局，或图书馆，或书店，心情特别不错的时候路过Rosey Jekes 咖啡馆会进去喝一杯卡布奇诺。
1.The university is one of the most venerable institutions of higher education in the world .
2.If one is deficient in practical experience ,he can hardly make himself a success with only what he has acquired in class.
3.I fell exasperated by constant interruptions ,for I had to finish writing the monograph by the end of this week .
4.He feels that it is ludicrous to write on a contemporary theme in an ancient style .
5.The bund in shanghai was a place where young couples liked to come to coo in the 70s and the 80s of the last century .
6.His daughter is very sedate for a girl of about ten ,for she likes reading more than playing .
7.The couple strolled hand-in-hand along the country road when the sun in its first splendor steeped the earth .
8.The poet was commonly considered as an eccentric romantic genius when alive . Unit 4
1.”what is fun ?”because the question that overshadowed all other question :good questions like : was it moral ? was it kind ?was it beneficial ? was it generous? Was it necessary ? and (my favorite)was it selfless?”
2.when the pleasures got to the main thing ,the fun fetish was sure to follow .
3.It occurred to me ,while I was sitting around for the fun to start ,that not much is ,and that I should tell you just in case you are worried about your fun capacity .
4.The god of mirth is playing us back for all those years of thinking fun was everywhere by refusing to come to our party .
2.《了不起的盖茨比》(The great Gatsby )被普遍认为是美国上世纪爵士时代的
3.你最好不要在他去哈佛大学深造的兴头上泼冷水。（put a damper on）
4.年轻人容易盲目崇拜体育圈和娱乐圈迷人的明星。（make a fetish of ）
7.我每次遇到他，他总是说一大堆无聊的话。（a whole lot of ）
1.It goes without saying that Shakespeare overshadows all the other playwrights
throughout the ages .
2.The Great Gatsby is commonly deserved as the epitome of the jazz Age of the last
3.It?s advisable for you not to put a damper on his enthusiasm to further his studies
at Harvard .
4.Young people tend to make a fetish of glamorous starts in sports and
entertainment circle s
5.They traipsed all the way to the downtown area to watch the National Day
fireworks display .
6.He does not deserve such a severe punishment as he has committed neither serious
errors nor grave crimes .
7.Every time I met him ,he would talk a whole lot of nonsense .
8.Reputation is a trap into which many people are ready to fall.