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  Text A    You Can't DO It Because It Hurts Nobody


  1. tough adj. 强壮的;粗暴的;老的;艰苦的

  1) The tough mountaineer succeeded in getting to the top of the mountain.


  2) Camels are tough and hardy creatures. (骆驼是能吃苦耐劳的动物。)

  3) Those tough law-breaking youngsters should be dealt with seriously. (应该严肃对待那些无法无天的青少年。)

  4) She complained about the tough steak.(她抱怨牛排太老。)

  5) They had a tough time during the war. (战争期间她们苦熬度日。)

  6) He'll be tough on you if you bother him. (如果你麻烦他,他会对你不客气。)

  7) It was tough to get a satisfactory job.(找一份令人满意的工作很不容易。)

  2. crime n. 罪;罪行

  criminal n. 罪犯  adj. 犯罪的;刑事的

  1) He committed a crime against the security of the state. (他犯了危害国家安全罪。)

  2) It is a crime to waste so much food. (浪费那么多食物是一种罪过。)

  3) The president is determined to bring down the crime rate. (总统下决心使犯罪率下降。)

  4) The wanted criminal had no place to hide. (被通缉的罪犯无处可藏。)

  5) The man was found to have a criminal record.(那人被发现有犯罪记录。)

  6) The criminal police are working on a major case. (刑警队在着手一起大案。)

  3. drunk adj. 醉的

  1) He was so drunk that he could not walk. (他醉得路都走不起来了。)

  2) He was charged with drunk driving. (他被指控酒后驾车。)

  3) The young man was drunk with success. (那个年青人因为成功而喝醉了。)

  4. custom n. 习惯;风俗

  customs n. 海关

  customary adj. 习惯上的

  1) It is her custom to go for a walk every morning. (她惯常每天早上去散步。)

  2) They didn't know much about the customs of the country they were going to visit. (对他们将要访问的那个国家的风俗习惯他们了解得不多。)

  3) It won't take you long to pass the customs. (通过海关检查不会花你们太多时间。)

  4) It is customary to exchange gifts at Christmas. (圣诞节时人们互赠礼物是一种习俗。)

  5. admit v. 承认;准许进入

  admission n. 承认;准许进入

  1) He admitted his guilt to the police. (他向警方承认犯罪。)

  2) The boy admitted to his teacher that he was wrong. (那男孩向老师承认自己错了。)

  3) There were no windows to admit air. (没有窗子可使空气流入。)

  4) David was admitted into the school basketball team. (大卫被纳为篮球队的队员。)

  5) None of them admitted to cheating on exams.(他们都不承认考试作弊。)

  6) She admitted to having a strong like for light beer. (她承认自己很喜欢淡啤酒。)

  7) His admission that he had committed the theft proved John's innocence.(他承认偷窃,从而证明了约翰的清白。)

  8) He was refused admission into the club. (他未获准加入俱乐部。)

  9) Admission to the park is free. (公园免费进入。)


  admit / admission emit / emission

  transmit / transmission submit / submission

  6. tape n. 磁带  v. 用带子捆扎;用胶布封住;把…录于

  1) The teacher asked us to listen to English tapes when we had time. (老师让我们有空时听英语磁带。)

  2) She spent a whole morning taping the presents.(她花了一个上午的时间捆扎礼物。)

  3) As there was nobody at home, he taped a note to the door.(因为家中无人,他便用胶布把一张字条粘贴在门上。)

  4) The robber taped the watchman's mouth. (抢劫犯用胶布封住守门人的嘴。)

  5) He taped the conversation secretly. (他偷偷把谈话用磁带录了下来。)

  7. jail n. 监狱

  1) He was put into jail for armed robbery. (他因武装抢劫被送进了监狱。)

  2) The young man escaped from jail. (那个年轻人逃出了监狱。)

  3) He was sentenced to two weeks in jail. (他被判监禁两周。)

  8. fatal adj. 致命的;重大的

  fatality n. 死亡者;死亡事故

  1) He received a fatal wound in the battle. (他在战斗中受了致命伤。)

  2) The fatal eruption of the volcano caused unimaginable losses. (火山毁灭性的喷发造成了难以想像的损失。)

  3) Mutual trust is fatal to friendship. (相互信任对于友谊来说不可或缺。)

  4) The accident caused several fatalities. (事故造成数人死亡。)

  5) They are trying to reduce the fatality of heart disease. (他们正努力降低心脏病的致命性。)

  9. threaten v. 威胁


  1) 加在名词后面:heighten, lengthen, hasten

  2) 加在形容词后面:shorten, brighten, quicken

  10. tolerate v. 忍受;宽恕

  tolerant adj. 容忍的

  tolerance n. 忍受;宽容;忍耐力

  1) I cannot tolerate his dishonesty. (我不能容忍他的不诚实。)

  2) We will not tolerate their distorting the fact. (我们不会容忍他们歪曲事实。)

  3) He is tolerant of different opinions. (他能容忍不同意见。)

  4) These plants are tolerant of extreme heat. (这些植物能耐酷热。)

  5) My tolerance of your impoliteness is limited. (我对你的无礼的忍耐是有限的。)

  11. limit n. 限制    v. 限制

  limited adj. 有限的

  1) She had reached the limit of her patience. (她已到了忍无可忍的地步。)

  2) He was fined for exceeding the speed limit. (他因超过车速限制而被罚款。)

  3) Try to limit your talk to 5 minutes. (请尽量把话在五分钟内说完。)

  4) He limited himself to 10 cigarettes a day. (他限定自己一天抽10支烟。)

  5) We must make good use of the limited resources. (我们必须好好利用有限的资源。)

  6) Time is limited, we have to step here today. (时间有限,我们今天只能讲到这儿。)

  off limits 禁止进入

  within limits 适度的;在一定范围内

  without limit 无限制地

  12. celebrate v. 庆祝

  celebration n. 庆祝

  1) We'll go to celebrate grandma's 70th birthday this weekend. (这个周末我们去庆祝祖母70岁生日。)

  2) They are singing and dancing to celebrate their victory. (他们唱歌、跳舞庆祝胜利。)

  3) The birthday celebration will be held at home. (生日庆典将在家举行。)

  4) The celebration of Chinese New Year used to include a display of fireworks. (过去中国新年庆典包括放焰火。)

  13. anonymous adj. 匿名的




  -ous是一个形容词后缀,如dangerous, famous

  1) He was greatly disturbed by the anonymous letter. (匿名信令他极度不安。)

  2) The author wishes to remain anonymous. (作者不希望披露姓名。)

  14. cheat v. 欺骗;作弊    n. 骗子

  1) The old lady told the policeman that she had been cheated of all her savings.(那位老太太告诉警察她被人骗取了她所有的积蓄。)

  2) He was cheated into believing that he was an adopted son. (他被骗得相信自己是个养子。)

  3) He said that many high school students cheated on exams. (他说许多中学生考试作弊。)

  4) The singer was said to have cheated on income taxes. (据说那位歌手在所得税上弄虚作假。)

  5) These drinks I've bought are a cheat, they taste so strange. (我买的这些饮料间冒牌货,味道很怪。)

  6) How could you be friends with these cheats? (你怎么能与骗子为友呢?)

  15. abstract a. 抽象的    n. 摘要    v. 提取;摘录…的要点

  1) He couldn't understand this abstract idea. (他不能理解这个抽象概念。)

  2) An abstract of this paper is needed. (需要有这篇论文的摘要。)

  3) He is abstracting a story for a book review. (他正在为一篇书评撰写故事梗概。)

  4) They are trying to abstract iron from ore. (他们正试图从矿石中提取铁。)

  16. rob v. 抢劫;非法剥夺

  1) He was robbed twice in the downtown area. (他在闹市区两次被抢。)

  2) A jewelry store was robbed last night. (昨晚一家珠宝店遭抢劫。)

  3) She was robbed of her purse on the bus. (在公共汽车上,她的钱包被抢。)

  4) The pain robbed him of sleep. (疼痛使他不能入睡。)

  5) The child was robbed of an opportunity to see his mother. (那孩子被剥夺了一次见母亲的机会。)

  17. fraud n. 欺骗;骗局

  1) He obtained the money by fraud. (他骗得了那笔钱。)

  2) His explanation was nothing but a fraud. (他的解释完全是骗人的鬼话。)

  3) What he did was a fraud on the customers. (他的所为是对顾客的一种欺骗行为。)

  18. swindle v. 诈骗    n. 诈骗行为

  1) He tried to swindle the insurance company. (他欺骗诈骗保险公司。)

  2) Some old people are easily swindled. (有些老人很容易受骗。)

  3) The boy swindled the old man out of his money. (那个男孩骗取了老先生的钱财。)

  4) The big bank swindle involved a lot of people. (许多人与这起诈骗银行的大案有牵连。)

  19. honesty n. 诚实;坦率


  如:delivery, discovery, recovery, flattery, modesty, jealousy.

  如果我们在honest, honesty前面加上前缀dis-则可以构成反义词。

  1) His honesty wins him a lot of friends. (他的诚实赢得了许多朋友。)

  2) In all honesty I'm at my wit's end. (说实话,我现在是智穷计尽。)

  3) He is honest to his friends (他对朋友很真诚。)

  4) Nobody wanted to have anything to do with this dishonest chap. (谁都不想与这个不诚实的家伙打交道。)

  5) His dishonesty gave his parents a shock. (他的不诚实令他的父母大为吃惊。)


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