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新概念2词汇 47-50

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Lesson 47

New words and expressions:

1. thirsty

A thirsty ghost

After walking a long way in the sun, they felt thirsty.

He was very thirsty.

2. ghost

A man with a guilty conscience is said to be afraid of ghosts.

The graveyard1 is haunted3 by ghosts.

3. haunt2

Mr. Thompson is going to sell it because it is haunted.

No one dared to live in the haunted mansion4.

People believed that after his death the house was haunted.

4. block

The next morning, he found that the doors had been blocked by chairs and the furniture had been removed.

All roads were blacked by the heavy snowfall.

You blocked my way.

5. furniture

He bought a set of furniture at a bargain price.

There is not much furniture in the house.

6. whisky

He also said that he had found five empty whisky bottles which the ghost must have drunk the night before.

He loves whisky.

Would you like two whiskies?

7. suggest

When I suggested that some villagers must have come in for a free drink, Mr. Thompson shook his head.

Your silence suggested that you agreed with the plan.

She is suggesting that it’s all my fault.

8. shake

She shook him by the shoulder.

You should shake the medicine before taking it.

9. accept

The villagers have told him that they will not accept the pub even if he gives it away.

She accepted the invitation.

I don’t accept your opinion.

Lesson 48

New words and expressions:

1. pull

My dentist had just pulled out one of my teeth and had told me to rest for a while.

He pulled the nail out of the plank5.

The doctor pulled out my bad tooth.

2. cotton wool

I tried to say something, but my mouth was full of cotton wool.

When the dentist at last removed the cotton wool from my mouth, I was able to tell him that he had pulled out the wrong tooth.

You can buy cotton wool at the drugstore.

She needed some cotton wool to treat her wound.

3. collect

He knew I collected match boxes and asked me whether my collection was growing.

He has collected many signatures of famous film stars.

He is interested in collecting stamps.

4. collection

His collection is beyond comparison.

He showed his collections to his friends.

5. nod

In answer to these questions I either nodded or made strange noises.

The students nodded their understanding.

His boss nodded his head in approval.

6. meanwhile

Meanwhile, my tongue was busy searching out the hole where the tooth had been.

Meanwhile, she took up two part-time jobs.

I was working. Meanwhile, he was having coffee.

Lesson 49

New words and expressions:

1. tired

Tired of sleeping on the floor, a young man in Teheran saved up for years to buy a real bed.

I was tired of the lecture.

I’m tired of your compliments6.

2. real

Such things can happen in real rife7.

Is your ring real gold?

3. owner

For the first time in his life, he became the proud owner of a bed which had springs and a mattress8.

Who is the owner of the hotel?

The lost ring has been restored to its owner.

4. spring

The spring was broken.

He jumped like a spring.

5. mattress

When he woke up, he was still on the mattress.

He was not used to sleeping on the spring mattress.

The mattress is too hard for him.

6. gust9

A gust of wind swept the bed off the roof and sent it crashing into the courtyard below.

A gust turned the boat over.

The wind blew in gusts10 for five days on end.

7. sweep

His hat was swept into the river.

In anger he swept the dishes off the table.

8. courtyard

Children are playing in the courtyard.

He planted many fruit trees in the courtyard.

9. smash11

Although the bed was smashed12 to pieces, the man was miraculously13 unhurt.

The footballer hit the window and smashed it to pieces.

The naughty boy smashed the vase with a hammer.

10. miraculously

Miraculously, all the passengers on the coach survived.

The workers miraculously completed the project.

11. unhurt

He was unhurt in the fight.

The driver was unhurt in the car collision

12. glance

Glancing at the bits of wood and metal that lay around him, the man sadly picked up the mattress and carried it into his house.

He glanced around the room and found no familiar faces.

13. promptly14

After he had put it on the floor, he promptly went to sleep again.

He did work promptly.

She answered the question promptly.

Lesson 50

New words and expressions:

1. ride

Taken for a ride

It is only a 20-minute bus ride.

They took a long airplane ride to get to New York.

2. excursion

I went on an excursion recently, but my trip took me longer than I expected.

Last year they made an excursion to Suzhou.

I joined their excursion.

3. conductor

“I’m going to Woodford Green,” I said to the conductor as I got on the bus, “but I don’t know where it is.”

The conductor is very friendly.

The conductor reminded passengers to keep on guard against the thief.

4. view

I sat in the front of the bus to get a good view of the countryside.

The view of Three Gorges15 is fascinating.

She had a beautiful view at the top of the mountain.
 


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1 graveyard 9rFztV     
n.坟场
参考例句:
  • All the town was drifting toward the graveyard.全镇的人都象流水似地向那坟场涌过去。
  • Living next to a graveyard would give me the creeps.居住在墓地旁边会使我毛骨悚然。
2 haunt d57yf     
vt.常出没于,使苦恼,萦绕;n.常去的地方
参考例句:
  • The area was a haunt of criminals.这个地区是罪犯经常出没的地方。
  • The college library is a favorite haunt.大学图书馆是人们喜欢的地方。
3 haunted 5rEz4M     
adj.闹鬼的;受到折磨的;令人烦恼的v.“haunt”的过去式和过去分词
参考例句:
  • There was a haunted look in his eyes. 他眼中透露出忧虑的神色。
  • The country is haunted by the spectre of civil war. 内战仿佛一触即发,举国上下一片恐慌。
4 mansion 8BYxn     
n.大厦,大楼;宅第
参考例句:
  • The old mansion was built in 1850.这座古宅建于1850年。
  • The mansion has extensive grounds.这大厦四周的庭园广阔。
5 plank p2CzA     
n.板条,木板,政策要点,政纲条目
参考例句:
  • The plank was set against the wall.木板靠着墙壁。
  • They intend to win the next election on the plank of developing trade.他们想以发展贸易的纲领来赢得下次选举。
6 compliments bdba48cb06b052d38cae49799c98ec9c     
n.问候,道贺,致意;赞美(话)( compliment的名词复数 );向…送礼以表示敬意;问候;致意v.表扬,恭维( compliment的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • He ladles out compliments to everyone, but he's not really sincere. 他见人就大加吹捧,但并非出于诚意。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • You pay her a few compliments and she immediately rises above herself. 你只要稍许赞扬她几句,她即会沾沾自喜。 来自《简明英汉词典》
7 rife wXRxp     
adj.(指坏事情)充斥的,流行的,普遍的
参考例句:
  • Disease is rife in the area.疾病在这一区很流行。
  • Corruption was rife before the election.选举之前腐败盛行。
8 mattress Z7wzi     
n.床垫,床褥
参考例句:
  • The straw mattress needs to be aired.草垫子该晾一晾了。
  • The new mattress I bought sags in the middle.我买的新床垫中间陷了下去。
9 gust q5Zyu     
n.阵风,突然一阵(雨、烟等),(感情的)迸发
参考例句:
  • A gust of wind blew the front door shut.一阵大风吹来,把前门关上了。
  • A gust of happiness swept through her.一股幸福的暖流流遍她的全身。
10 gusts 656c664e0ecfa47560efde859556ddfa     
一阵强风( gust的名词复数 ); (怒、笑等的)爆发; (感情的)迸发; 发作
参考例句:
  • Her profuse skirt bosomed out with the gusts. 她的宽大的裙子被风吹得鼓鼓的。
  • Turbulence is defined as a series of irregular gusts. 紊流定义为一组无规则的突风。
11 smash mxfwJ     
v.粉碎,打碎;n.轰动的演出,巨大的成功
参考例句:
  • We heard the smash of plates breaking in the kitchen.我们听到厨房里盘子破碎的声音。
  • The gifted author wrote one smash after another.这个天才作家创作了一篇又一篇轰动一时的作品。
12 smashed smashed     
adj.喝醉酒的v.打碎,捣烂( smash的过去式和过去分词 );捣毁;重击;撞毁(车辆)
参考例句:
  • Several windows had been smashed. 几扇窗户劈里啪啦打碎了。
  • In time-honoured tradition, a bottle of champagne was smashed on the ship. 依照由来已久的传统,对着船摔了一瓶香槟。 来自《简明英汉词典》
13 miraculously unQzzE     
ad.奇迹般地
参考例句:
  • He had been miraculously saved from almost certain death. 他奇迹般地从死亡线上获救。
  • A schoolboy miraculously survived a 25 000-volt electric shock. 一名男学生在遭受2.5 万伏的电击后奇迹般地活了下来。
14 promptly LRMxm     
adv.及时地,敏捷地
参考例句:
  • He paid the money back promptly.他立即还了钱。
  • She promptly seized the opportunity his absence gave her.她立即抓住了因他不在场给她创造的机会。
15 gorges 5cde0ae7c1a8aab9d4231408f62e6d4d     
n.山峡,峡谷( gorge的名词复数 );咽喉v.(用食物把自己)塞饱,填饱( gorge的第三人称单数 );作呕
参考例句:
  • The explorers were confronted with gorges(that were)almost impassable and rivers(that were)often unfordable. 探险人员面临着几乎是无路可通的峡谷和常常是无法渡过的河流。 来自辞典例句
  • We visited the Yangtse Gorges last summer. 去年夏天我们游历了长江三峡。 来自辞典例句
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