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大学英语精读第1册 课后所有的英译汉  

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大学英语第一册课后翻译答案分类:默认栏目
Unit One

1.      He failed in the exam, which has made him realize the importance of regular review of his lessons.

2.      Be sure to remember what your parents said to you before you left home.

3.      I am sure her knowledge of English is adequate for this job.

4.      The purpose of this essay is to let students know how to develop good study habits.

5.      Nowadays, people depend more and more on computers to solve all kinds of problems.

6.      Skimming not only helps you get some idea of what you are going to read but also helps you read faster and improve your comprehension.

7.      Some people think that boys are cleverer than girls. However, this is not necessarily the case.

8.      Even students of average intelligence can also be top students by improving their study habits.

Unit Two

1.      Fortunately, there was a hospital nearby. We immediately sent him there.

2.      After succeeding in landing on George Island, the captain sent a message to the headquarters by radio.

3.      He had made up his mind to go on with his experiment, but this time he was going to do it another way.

4.      While reading the novel, she couldn’t help recalling the five years that she had spent in the countryside.

5.      Mary felt it difficult to carry out her plan all by herself.

6.      We didn’t think he could cover the distance within a quarter, but he succeeded in doing so.

7.      Chichester refused to give up his old dream of sailing around the world, even after his doctor told him that he had lung cancer.

8.      While I was busy making a kind of new rats catcher. Mark came and dragged me out to watch a flower exhibition.

Unit Three

1.      That famous actor seemed content to play a minor part in the play.

2.      National Day is round the corner. Let’s give our bedroom a thorough cleaning.

3.      With much reluctance, she let a young doctor operate on her.

4.      They’ve already arranged for us to visit the Great Wall tomorrow. I’m sure we’ll have a good time there.

5.      After reading the letter, the old man was so disappointed that he tore it into little hits with trembling fingers.

6.      The old couple were proud of their grandson, who got three gold medals, two silver medals and a bronze medal at the 23rd Olympic Games.

7.      Even if his grandmother couldn’t come to attend his birthday party, she would send him a lovely present. Tom was sure of that.

8.      It was Mary’s twentieth birthday yesterday. Her father sent her a pair of boots. Her mother bought her a box of chocolates, and her boy friend brought her a bunch of red roses.

Unit Four

1.      To accept the job would involve working often on the weekends, but John didn’t mind.

2.      It is known t all that lung cancer is caused at least partly by smoking too much.

3.      My grandparents said that the man, who invented TV, once lived I their neighborhood.

4.      I proposed that we go to Prof. Smith’s office and invite him to take part in our English evening.

5.      She was operated on twice for the disease and was so weak that she could hardly stand up.

6.      The educationists think that the generation growing up with TV spends too much time on it to have enough time for study.

7.      I do hope that you can come up with a better solution than this.

8.      The painting doesn’t appear to be good at first glance, but after a careful study, we found that it was really a masterpiece.

Unit Five

1.      When Dr. Smith looked out of the window, he caught sight of a young man running to his clinic.

2.      Amy used to drink nothing but coffee.

3.      Myra broke into tears when she heard that her husband was injured in the accident.

4.      We haven’t seen Miss White for days. Is she ill or something?

5.      The director of the research institute himself made sure that everything was all right.

6.      Lennie was late for school again this morning. He ought to have gotten up earlier. He must have gone to bed too latte last night.

7.      Well, you ought not to have driven those children away. They came to help you intentionally, not to make trouble.

8.      It is very important for the nurses to stick to this rule.

Unit Six

1.      The construction of the railway had reportedly been held up by flood.

2.      The result of the strike was that the management accepted the demands of the workers.

3.      The coalminers have decided to hold strikes for better working conditions.

4.      I want to buy this English dictionary very much, but it is unfortunate that I haven’t brought enough money with me.

5.      I want to discuss the English translation of the article first and, then, send it to Mr. Hobbs.

6.      The foreign expert hopes that all the goals can be achieved within three years.

7.      What do you think a scientist must do if he wants to keep up with the new developments in his field?

8.      The author thinks, if the excellent workers often get pay increases and promotions, they would have greater incentive to work.

Unit Seven

1.      Sam couldn’t afford to buy the camera that he wants very much because it is too expensive.

2.      He had concentrated on writing that story the whole morning and only broke off occasionally to have a cup of tea.

3.      He is a son of a rich family, but he seems to have come down in the world.

4.      He often cheats her by taking advantage of her lack of business sense.

5.      Prof. Wang, would you do us a favour by attending our English Evening on Saturday?

6.      From his appearance, he does not seem to be an old man of eighty years old at all.

7.      Certainly, they have not had the intention of making him an engineer, and I guess they would never do so.

8.      I suspected that there was no quality control I this factory. After a week’s observation, I came to know it was true indeed.

Unit Eight

1.      She stooped to pick the handkerchief up and smoothed it our on the table.

2.      His words implied that e wanted to find a job in a government department.

3.      She stopped for a moment and wiped her mouth with a small handkerchief before continuing to tell us what had happened in the shirt factory.

4.      Mr. Adams was greatly shocked when he saw his 13-year-old son stealing money from his wallet.

5.      “Don’t interrupt me, please,” said Mr. Adams to his wife, “I’m talking to Tom about what he has just done.”

6.      How can I be responsible for what he said?

7.      The little boy was eager to relieve the woman’s pain but didn’t know what to do.

8.      He tried hard to control his feelings and pretended not to have heard the sad news.

Unit Nine

1.      Some chemicals should not be missed up together, because violent reactions may take place.

2.      Recent events have suggested that they are right in their attitudes toward the government’s new foreign policy.

3.      This philosopher of ancient Greece seemed able to express his complicated thoughts by simple words.

4.      The country was involved in foreign wars again and again.

5.      We had a very heated discussion on this question. However, it is not easy to tell exactly what each person said.

6.      In the past twenty years, there has been a great increase in the amount of research being done on the cause of cancer.

7.      Man’s learning ability seems limitless.

8.      Scientists all agree that a better understanding of the human brain will help man make the best use of its unlimited potential.

Unit Ten

1.      When the professor came into the classroom, we were caught up in the discussion about the situation in the Middle East.

2.      A truck pulled into the snow-covered playground in the school.

3.      Some time after midnight, the enemy was forced to retreat.

4.      It was in that small room that they worked hard and dream of a bright future.

5.      Hearing the bell ringing, the old lady rose from the chair and made her way to the door.

6.      After one day’s fighting, our soldiers successfully took over some important positions of the enemy.

7.      The old lady exclaimed with anger that the shopgirl cheated her.

8.      Soon after I boarded the bus, I noticed a strange-looking man. He wore an ill-fitting suit and sat rooted in his seat.
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