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21世纪大学英语读写教程第三册 Unit1

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Unit 1

Text A

Pre-reading Activities

1. How many of these idioms do you know? If any of them are unfamiliar1 to you, hypothesize about what they might mean. Then as you listen to the passage,
a) circle the idioms you hear in the dialogue, and
b) check to make sure your hypotheses are correct.

love at first sight
fall in love [with sb.]
make a pass at sb.
puppy love
have a crush on sb.
flirt2 with sb.
lovebirds
be head over heels in love
sweep sb. off his/her feet

2. Do you remember the first time you fell in love? Did you let the person know how you felt? Did you learn anything from the experience, or was it just a silly incident?

How I Got Smart Steve Brody

A common misconception among youngsters attending school is that their teachers were child prodigies3. Who else but a bookworm, with none of the normal kid's tendency to play rather than study, would grow up to be a teacher anyway?
I've tried desperately4 to explain to my students that the image they have of me as an enthusiastic devotee of books and homework during my adolescence5 was a bit out of focus. On the contrary, I hated compulsory6 education with a passion. I could never quite accept the notion of having to go to school while the fish were biting.
But in my sophomore7 year, something beautiful and exciting happened. Cupid aimed his arrow and struck me right in the heart. All at once, I enjoyed going to school, if only to gaze at the lovely face in English II.
My princess sat near the pencil sharpener, and that year I ground up enough pencils to fuel a campfire. Alas8, Debbie was far beyond my wildest dreams. We were separated not only by five rows of desks, but by about 50 I.Q. points. She was the top student in English II, the apple of Mrs. Larrivee's eye.
Occasionally, Debbie would catch me staring at her, and she would flash a smile that radiated intelligence and quickened my heartbeat. It was a smile that signaled hope and made me temporarily forget the intellectual gulf9 that separated us.
I schemed desperately to bridge that gulf. And one day, as I was passing the supermarket, an idea came to me. A sign in the window announced that the store was offering the first volume of a set of encyclopedias10 at the special price of 29 cents. The remaining volumes would cost $2.49 each.
I purchased Volume I — Aardvark to Asteroid11 — and began my venture into the world of knowledge. I would henceforth become a seeker of facts. I would become Chief Brain in English II and sweep my princess off her feet with a surge of erudition. I had it all planned.
My first opportunity came one day in the cafeteria line. I looked behind me and there she was.
"Hi," she said.
After a pause, I wet my lips and said, "Know where anchovies12 come from?"
She seemed surprised. "No, I don't."
I breathed a sigh of relief. "The anchovy13 lives in salt water and is rarely found in fresh water." I had to talk fast, so that I could get all the facts in before we reached the cash register. "Fishermen catch anchovies in the Mediterranean14 Sea and along the Atlantic coast near Spain and Portugal."
"How fascinating," said Debbie, shaking her head in disbelief. It was obvious that I had made quite an impression.
A few days later, during a fire drill, I casually15 went up to her and asked, "Ever been to the Aleutian Islands?"
"Never have," she replied.
"Might be a nice place to visit, but I certainly wouldn't want to live there," I said.
"Why not?" said Debbie, playing right into my hands.
"Well, the climate is forbidding. There are no trees on any of the 100 or more islands in the group. The ground is rocky and very little plant life can grow on it."
"I don't think I'd even care to visit," she said.
The fire drill was over and we began to file into the building, so I had to step it up to get the natives in. "The Aleuts are short and sturdy and have dark skin and black hair. They live on fish, and they trap blue foxes and seals for their valuable fur."
Debbie's eyes widened in amazement16.
One day I was browsing17 through the library. I spotted18 Debbie sitting at a table, absorbed in a crossword19 puzzle. She was frowning, apparently20 stumped22 on a word. I leaned over and asked if I could help.
"Four-letter word for Oriental female servant," Debbie said.
"Try amah," I said, quick as a flash.
Debbie filled in the blanks, then turned to stare at me in amazement. "I don't believe it," she said. "I just don't believe it."
And so it went, that glorious, joyous23, romantic sophomore year. Debbie seemed to relish24 our little conversations and hung on my every word. Naturally, the more I read, the more my confidence grew.
In the classroom, too, I was gradually making my presence felt. One day, during a discussion of Coleridge's "The Ancient Mariner26", we came across the word albatross.
"Can anyone tell us what an albatross is?" asked Mrs. Larrivee.
My hand shot up. "The albatross is a large bird that lives mostly in the ocean regions below the equator, but may be found in the north Pacific as well. The albatross measures as long as four feet and has the greatest wingspread of any bird. It feeds on fish and shellfish. The albatross has an enormous appetite, and when it's full it has trouble getting into the air again."
There was a long silence in the room. Mrs. Larrivee couldn't quite believe what she had just heard. I sneaked27 a look at Debbie and gave her a big wink28. She beamed proudly and winked29 back.
What I failed to perceive was that Debbie all this while was going steady with a junior from a neighboring school — a basketball player with a C+ average. The revelation hit me hard, and for a while I felt like forgetting everything I had learned. I had saved enough money to buy Volume II — Asthma30 to Bullfinch — but was strongly tempted31 to invest in a basketball instead.
I felt not only hurt, but betrayed. Like Agamemnon, but with less drastic consequences, thank God.
In time I recovered from my wounds. The next year Debbie moved from the neighborhood and transferred to another school. Soon she became no more than a memory.
Although the original incentive32 was gone, I continued poring over the encyclopedias, as well as an increasing number of other books. Having tasted of the wine of knowledge, I could not now alter my course. For:

"A little knowledge is a dangerous thing:
Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring."

So wrote Alexander Pope, Volume XIV — Paprika to Pterodactyl.
(1,034 words)

New Words

prodigy33
n. a person who has unusual and very noticeable abilities, usually at an early age 奇才;天才

child prodigy
an unusually clever child 神童

bookworm
n. a person devoted34 to reading 极爱读书者;书呆子

devotee
n. a person strongly devoted to sth. or sb. 热爱…者;献身于…的人

adolescence
n. 青春期

* compulsory
a. required by law or a rule 义务的;强制的

compel
vt. oblige or force (sb.) to do sth. 强迫;强求

passion
n. a strong, deep, often uncontrollable feeling 热情;激情

gaze
vi. look fixedly35 注视;凝视

princess
n. 1. 理想中的女友;心目中追求的女友
2. (oft, cap.) a female member of the royal family, usually the daughter of a king or queen or the wife of a prince [常大写]公主;王妃

prince
n. 1. 少女理想中的未婚者,白马王子
2. a male member of the royal family, especially the son of a king or queen 王子;亲王
3. (usu. sing.) (among, of) a very great, successful or powerful man of some stated kind [常单数](喻)大王;巨头;名家

sharpener
n. 卷笔刀;卷笔器

campfire
n. a wood fire made in the open air by campers 营火,冓火

quicken
v. (cause to) speed up 加快

scheme
v. make plans (for); plan in a deceitful way 计划;谋划
n. 1. a formal, official or business plan 计划;规划
2. a clever, dishonest plan 阴谋,诡计

volume
n. 1. one of a set of books of the same kind (一套书的)一册;一卷
2. (of) 体积;容积

encyclop(a)edia
n. a book or set of books dealing36 with a wide range of information presented in alphabetical37 order 百科全书

aardvark
n. 土豚,非洲食蚁兽

asteroid
n. 小行星;海星

* henceforth
ad. from this time onwards 自此以后

hence
ad. 1. for this reason, therefore 因此,所以
2. from this time on 今后,从此

erudition
n. learning acquired by reading and study 博学;学问

* cafeteria
n. a self-service restaurant 自助餐厅

anchovy
n. 凤尾鱼

sigh
n. the act or sound of sighing 叹息(声);叹气(声)

reliefn. feeling of comfort at the end of anxiety, fear, or pain (焦虑等的)解除;宽慰

casually
ad. in a relaxed way 随便地;漫不经心地

casual
a. relaxed; not formal 随便的;漫不经心的;非正式的

* sturdy
a. physically38 strong 强壮的

seal
n. 1. 海豹
2. 印记,印章
vt. 1. 盖章于
2. 封,密封

widen
v. make or become wider 加宽;变宽

* browse39
v. casually look or search, e.g. in a shop, in a library, at a book, etc., with no specific aim or object in mind 浏览

crossword
n. (= crossword puzzle) 纵横字谜,纵横填字游戏

frown
vi. contract the brows, as in displeasure or deep thought 皱眉头

* stump21
vt. put an unanswerable question to; puzzle 把…难住;使为难

* oriental
a. of, from or concerning Asia 东方的

amah
n. 阿妈(印度等一些东方国家的奶妈、女佣或保姆)

glorious
a. having or deserving glory; very delightful40 and enjoyable 荣耀的;令人愉快的

joyous
a. full of or causing joy 充满欢乐的;令人高兴的

romantic
a. 1. (of sth.) beautiful in a way that strongly affects one's feelings 有浪漫色彩的
2. (of sb.) showing strong feelings of love 多情的;浪漫的
3. being unrealistic or unpractical 不切实际的

* relish
vt. get pleasure out of; enjoy greatly 从…获得乐趣;很喜爱

confidence
n. belief in one's own or another's ability 信心

mariner
n. (obsolete) a sailor 〈废〉水手

marine25
a. 1. of ships and their goods and trade at sea 航海的;海事的
2. of, near, living in, or obtained from the sea 海洋的;海生的;海产的

n. 水兵

albatross
n. 信天翁

wingspread
n. the distance between the tips of a pair of fully41 spread wings 翼幅

shellfish
n. 贝壳类动物

shell
n. 1. the hard covering of a sea creature, egg, fruit, seed, etc. 动物的壳(如贝壳、蛹壳等),蛋壳;果壳;荚
2. the outside frame of a building (房屋的)框架;骨架

appetite
n. 1. one's desire to eat and one's feeling about how much to eat 食欲,胃口
2. (for) a strong desire 欲望;爱好

beam
vi. shine brightly; smile warmly 照耀;(面)露喜色;满脸堆笑
n. 1. 微笑;喜色
2. 光束

perceive
vt. notice; be conscious of 注意到;感觉;察觉
* revelation
n. the act of revealing sth., usually of great significance 揭示;暴露

asthma
n. 气喘,哮喘

bullfinch
n. 红腹灰雀

invest
vi. put money into sth. with the expectation of profit or other advantage 投资

investment
n. 1. 投资;投资额
2. the spending of (time, energy, etc.) to make sth. successful (时间、精力等的)投入

* betray
vt. be disloyal or unfaithful to 出卖,背叛

* drastic
a. strong, violent or severe 激烈的;迅猛的

consequence
n. (usu. pi.) the result or effect of an action or condition [常复数]结果;后果

* incentive
n. encouragement to greater activity; motivating factor; stimulus42 鼓励;刺激

paprika
n. 红灯笼辣椒

pterodactyl
n. 翼手龙

Phrases and Expressions

out of focus
not sharply defined 焦点没对准;模糊的

beyond one's wildest dreams
(in a way that is) better than what one expected or hoped for 超过某人所期望的(地);出乎某人意料的(地)

the apple of sb.'s eye
a person or thing that is the main object of sb.'s love and attention 某人的掌上明珠;宝贝

sweep sb. off his/her feet
make sb. feel suddenly and strongly attracted to you in a romantic way 使某人倾心

get sth. in
manage to say sth. about a subject 设法说完

play into sb.'s hands
do something which gives sb. an advantage 干对某人有利的事

file into
enter in a single line 鱼贯进入

step up
(infml) increase the size or speed of 〈口〉加快;增加

hang on sb.'s words
listen very carefully to 倾听;注意地听

feed on
eat habitually43 以…为食物;靠…为生

go steady with
date sb. regularly and exclusively 仅与(同一异性)经常约会

invest in
1. buy (sth.) with the expectation of profit or some other kind of advantage 投资于
2. (infml) 〈口〉买

in time
1. eventually 经过一段时间后;最终
2. at or before the right or necessary time 及时

pore over
study or give close attention to 钻研;专心阅读

Proper Names

Steve Brody
史蒂文·布罗迪(男子名)

Cupid
丘比特(罗马神话中的爱神)

Debbie
黛比(女子名)

Larrivee
拉里维(姓氏)

Spain
西班牙(欧洲西南部国家)

Portugal
葡萄牙(欧洲西南部国家)

Aleutian Islands
阿留申群岛(美国阿拉斯加州西南部)

Aleut
阿留申人

Coleridge
柯尔律治(1772—1834,英国诗人,评论家)

"The [Rhyme of the] Ancient Mariner"
《古舟子咏》(柯尔律治的著名诗作)

Agamemnon
阿伽门农(希腊神话中迈锡尼的国王,特洛伊战争中希腊联军统帅,战后回国被妻子及其情夫谋杀)

Pierian spring
比埃里亚圣泉;知识的源泉


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1 unfamiliar uk6w4     
adj.陌生的,不熟悉的
参考例句:
  • I am unfamiliar with the place and the people here.我在这儿人地生疏。
  • The man seemed unfamiliar to me.这人很面生。
2 flirt zgwzA     
v.调情,挑逗,调戏;n.调情者,卖俏者
参考例句:
  • He used to flirt with every girl he met.过去他总是看到一个姑娘便跟她调情。
  • He watched the stranger flirt with his girlfriend and got fighting mad.看着那个陌生人和他女朋友调情,他都要抓狂了。
3 prodigies 352859314f7422cfeba8ad2800e139ec     
n.奇才,天才(尤指神童)( prodigy的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • It'seldom happened that a third party ever witnessed any of these prodigies. 这类壮举发生的时候,难得有第三者在场目睹过。 来自辞典例句
  • She is by no means inferior to other prodigies. 她绝不是不如其他神童。 来自互联网
4 desperately cu7znp     
adv.极度渴望地,绝望地,孤注一掷地
参考例句:
  • He was desperately seeking a way to see her again.他正拼命想办法再见她一面。
  • He longed desperately to be back at home.他非常渴望回家。
5 adolescence CyXzY     
n.青春期,青少年
参考例句:
  • Adolescence is the process of going from childhood to maturity.青春期是从少年到成年的过渡期。
  • The film is about the trials and tribulations of adolescence.这部电影讲述了青春期的麻烦和苦恼。
6 compulsory 5pVzu     
n.强制的,必修的;规定的,义务的
参考例句:
  • Is English a compulsory subject?英语是必修课吗?
  • Compulsory schooling ends at sixteen.义务教育至16岁为止。
7 sophomore PFCz6     
n.大学二年级生;adj.第二年的
参考例句:
  • He is in his sophomore year.他在读二年级。
  • I'm a college sophomore majoring in English.我是一名英语专业的大二学生。
8 alas Rx8z1     
int.唉(表示悲伤、忧愁、恐惧等)
参考例句:
  • Alas!The window is broken!哎呀!窗子破了!
  • Alas,the truth is less romantic.然而,真理很少带有浪漫色彩。
9 gulf 1e0xp     
n.海湾;深渊,鸿沟;分歧,隔阂
参考例句:
  • The gulf between the two leaders cannot be bridged.两位领导人之间的鸿沟难以跨越。
  • There is a gulf between the two cities.这两座城市间有个海湾。
10 encyclopedias a88b1e8f5e10dbff92d83626a0e989f5     
n.百科全书, (某一学科的)专科全书( encyclopedia的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • However, some encyclopedias can be found on the Web. 同时,一些百科全书能也在网络上找到。 来自互联网
  • Few people think of encyclopedias as creative enterprises; but they are. 鲜少有人想到百科全书是创意的工作,但它确实是。 来自互联网
11 asteroid uo1yD     
n.小行星;海盘车(动物)
参考例句:
  • Astronomers have yet to witness an asteroid impact with another planet.天文学家还没有目击过小行星撞击其它行星。
  • It's very unlikely that an asteroid will crash into Earth but the danger exists.小行星撞地球的可能性很小,但这样的危险还是存在的。
12 anchovies anchovies     
n. 鯷鱼,凤尾鱼
参考例句:
  • a pizza topped with cheese and anchovies 奶酪鳀鱼比萨饼
  • Pesto, mozzarella, parma ham, sun dried tomatoes, egg, anchovies. 核桃香蒜,马苏里拉,巴马火腿,干番茄,鸡蛋,咸鱼。
13 anchovy wznzJe     
n.凤尾鱼
参考例句:
  • Waters off the Peruvian coast become unusually warm,destroying the local anchovy fishing industry.由于异常的高温,秘鲁海岸的海水温度变化异常,影响了当地的凤尾鱼捕捞业。
  • Anchovy together with sweet-peppergarlic,milk,chicken stock,and add cheese toasted.奶油状的搅打鸡蛋,放在涂有凤尾鱼糊的吐司面包上。
14 Mediterranean ezuzT     
adj.地中海的;地中海沿岸的
参考例句:
  • The houses are Mediterranean in character.这些房子都属地中海风格。
  • Gibraltar is the key to the Mediterranean.直布罗陀是地中海的要冲。
15 casually UwBzvw     
adv.漠不关心地,无动于衷地,不负责任地
参考例句:
  • She remarked casually that she was changing her job.她当时漫不经心地说要换工作。
  • I casually mentioned that I might be interested in working abroad.我不经意地提到我可能会对出国工作感兴趣。
16 amazement 7zlzBK     
n.惊奇,惊讶
参考例句:
  • All those around him looked at him with amazement.周围的人都对他投射出惊异的眼光。
  • He looked at me in blank amazement.他带着迷茫惊诧的神情望着我。
17 browsing 509387f2f01ecf46843ec18c927f7822     
v.吃草( browse的现在分词 );随意翻阅;(在商店里)随便看看;(在计算机上)浏览信息
参考例句:
  • He sits browsing over[through] a book. 他坐着翻阅书籍。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Cattle is browsing in the field. 牛正在田里吃草。 来自《简明英汉词典》
18 spotted 7FEyj     
adj.有斑点的,斑纹的,弄污了的
参考例句:
  • The milkman selected the spotted cows,from among a herd of two hundred.牛奶商从一群200头牛中选出有斑点的牛。
  • Sam's shop stocks short spotted socks.山姆的商店屯积了有斑点的短袜。
19 crossword VvOzBj     
n.纵横字谜,纵横填字游戏
参考例句:
  • He shows a great interest in crossword puzzles.他对填字游戏表现出很大兴趣。
  • Don't chuck yesterday's paper out.I still haven't done the crossword.别扔了昨天的报纸,我还没做字谜游戏呢。
20 apparently tMmyQ     
adv.显然地;表面上,似乎
参考例句:
  • An apparently blind alley leads suddenly into an open space.山穷水尽,豁然开朗。
  • He was apparently much surprised at the news.他对那个消息显然感到十分惊异。
21 stump hGbzY     
n.残株,烟蒂,讲演台;v.砍断,蹒跚而走
参考例句:
  • He went on the stump in his home state.他到故乡所在的州去发表演说。
  • He used the stump as a table.他把树桩用作桌子。
22 stumped bf2a34ab92a06b6878a74288580b8031     
僵直地行走,跺步行走( stump的过去式和过去分词 ); 把(某人)难住; 使为难; (选举前)在某一地区作政治性巡回演说
参考例句:
  • Jack huffed himself up and stumped out of the room. 杰克气喘吁吁地干完活,然后很艰难地走出房间。
  • He was stumped by the questions and remained tongue-tied for a good while. 他被问得张口结舌,半天说不出话来。
23 joyous d3sxB     
adj.充满快乐的;令人高兴的
参考例句:
  • The lively dance heightened the joyous atmosphere of the scene.轻快的舞蹈给这场戏渲染了欢乐气氛。
  • They conveyed the joyous news to us soon.他们把这一佳音很快地传递给我们。
24 relish wBkzs     
n.滋味,享受,爱好,调味品;vt.加调味料,享受,品味;vi.有滋味
参考例句:
  • I have no relish for pop music.我对流行音乐不感兴趣。
  • I relish the challenge of doing jobs that others turn down.我喜欢挑战别人拒绝做的工作。
25 marine 77Izo     
adj.海的;海生的;航海的;海事的;n.水兵
参考例句:
  • Marine creatures are those which live in the sea. 海洋生物是生存在海里的生物。
  • When the war broke out,he volunteered for the Marine Corps.战争爆发时,他自愿参加了海军陆战队。
26 mariner 8Boxg     
n.水手号不载人航天探测器,海员,航海者
参考例句:
  • A smooth sea never made a skillful mariner.平静的大海决不能造就熟练的水手。
  • A mariner must have his eye upon rocks and sands as well as upon the North Star.海员不仅要盯着北极星,还要注意暗礁和险滩。
27 sneaked fcb2f62c486b1c2ed19664da4b5204be     
v.潜行( sneak的过去式和过去分词 );偷偷溜走;(儿童向成人)打小报告;告状
参考例句:
  • I sneaked up the stairs. 我蹑手蹑脚地上了楼。
  • She sneaked a surreptitious glance at her watch. 她偷偷看了一眼手表。
28 wink 4MGz3     
n.眨眼,使眼色,瞬间;v.眨眼,使眼色,闪烁
参考例句:
  • He tipped me the wink not to buy at that price.他眨眼暗示我按那个价格就不要买。
  • The satellite disappeared in a wink.瞬息之间,那颗卫星就消失了。
29 winked af6ada503978fa80fce7e5d109333278     
v.使眼色( wink的过去式和过去分词 );递眼色(表示友好或高兴等);(指光)闪烁;闪亮
参考例句:
  • He winked at her and she knew he was thinking the same thing that she was. 他冲她眨了眨眼,她便知道他的想法和她一样。
  • He winked his eyes at her and left the classroom. 他向她眨巴一下眼睛走出了教室。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
30 asthma WvezQ     
n.气喘病,哮喘病
参考例句:
  • I think he's having an asthma attack.我想他现在是哮喘病发作了。
  • Its presence in allergic asthma is well known.它在过敏性气喘中的存在是大家很熟悉的。
31 tempted b0182e969d369add1b9ce2353d3c6ad6     
v.怂恿(某人)干不正当的事;冒…的险(tempt的过去分词)
参考例句:
  • I was sorely tempted to complain, but I didn't. 我极想发牢骚,但还是没开口。
  • I was tempted by the dessert menu. 甜食菜单馋得我垂涎欲滴。
32 incentive j4zy9     
n.刺激;动力;鼓励;诱因;动机
参考例句:
  • Money is still a major incentive in most occupations.在许多职业中,钱仍是主要的鼓励因素。
  • He hasn't much incentive to work hard.他没有努力工作的动机。
33 prodigy n14zP     
n.惊人的事物,奇迹,神童,天才,预兆
参考例句:
  • She was a child prodigy on the violin.她是神童小提琴手。
  • He was always a Negro prodigy who played barbarously and wonderfully.他始终是一个黑人的奇才,这种奇才弹奏起来粗野而惊人。
34 devoted xu9zka     
adj.忠诚的,忠实的,热心的,献身于...的
参考例句:
  • He devoted his life to the educational cause of the motherland.他为祖国的教育事业贡献了一生。
  • We devoted a lengthy and full discussion to this topic.我们对这个题目进行了长时间的充分讨论。
35 fixedly 71be829f2724164d2521d0b5bee4e2cc     
adv.固定地;不屈地,坚定不移地
参考例句:
  • He stared fixedly at the woman in white. 他一直凝视着那穿白衣裳的女人。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The great majority were silent and still, looking fixedly at the ground. 绝大部分的人都不闹不动,呆呆地望着地面。 来自英汉文学 - 双城记
36 dealing NvjzWP     
n.经商方法,待人态度
参考例句:
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
37 alphabetical gfvyY     
adj.字母(表)的,依字母顺序的
参考例句:
  • Please arrange these books in alphabetical order.请把这些书按字母顺序整理一下。
  • There is no need to maintain a strict alphabetical sequence.不必保持严格的字顺。
38 physically iNix5     
adj.物质上,体格上,身体上,按自然规律
参考例句:
  • He was out of sorts physically,as well as disordered mentally.他浑身不舒服,心绪也很乱。
  • Every time I think about it I feel physically sick.一想起那件事我就感到极恶心。
39 browse GSWye     
vi.随意翻阅,浏览;(牛、羊等)吃草
参考例句:
  • I had a browse through the books on her shelf.我浏览了一下她书架上的书。
  • It is a good idea to browse through it first.最好先通篇浏览一遍。
40 delightful 6xzxT     
adj.令人高兴的,使人快乐的
参考例句:
  • We had a delightful time by the seashore last Sunday.上星期天我们在海滨玩得真痛快。
  • Peter played a delightful melody on his flute.彼得用笛子吹奏了一支欢快的曲子。
41 fully Gfuzd     
adv.完全地,全部地,彻底地;充分地
参考例句:
  • The doctor asked me to breathe in,then to breathe out fully.医生让我先吸气,然后全部呼出。
  • They soon became fully integrated into the local community.他们很快就完全融入了当地人的圈子。
42 stimulus 3huyO     
n.刺激,刺激物,促进因素,引起兴奋的事物
参考例句:
  • Regard each failure as a stimulus to further efforts.把每次失利看成对进一步努力的激励。
  • Light is a stimulus to growth in plants.光是促进植物生长的一个因素。
43 habitually 4rKzgk     
ad.习惯地,通常地
参考例句:
  • The pain of the disease caused him habitually to furrow his brow. 病痛使他习惯性地紧皱眉头。
  • Habitually obedient to John, I came up to his chair. 我已经习惯于服从约翰,我来到他的椅子跟前。
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