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西安建筑科技大学土木、工管本科新视野英语2学习重点、难点、作业及答案

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1) Why is time so important for the Americans? 
2) How do Americans treat time?
3) What does speed mean to the Americans?
4) What is the American pace of life like?
3. Structure Analysis:
A Paragraph of General Statement Supported by Specific Details and Reasons
(See Page 12-13 of this book)
4. Translation Exercises
Unit 1 课后练习及答案
Section A
I Comprehension of The Text
1. The attitude is that if one is not moving ahead he is falling behind.
2. Time is treated as if it were something almost real. (People budget it, waste it, steal it, kill it, cut it, account for it; they also charge for it.) They do this because time is a precious resource.
3. Everyone is in a rush — often under pressure. City people always appear to be hurrying to get where they are going, restlessly seeking attention in a store or elbowing others as they try to complete their shopping.
4. Don’t take it personally. This is because people value time highly and they resent someone else “wasting” it beyond a certain appropriate point.
5. New arrivals in America will miss opening exchanges, the ritual interaction that goes with a cup of coffee or tea and leisurely chats.
6. Americans produce a steady flow of labor-saving devices. They communicate rapidly through faxes, phone calls or emails rather than through personal contacts.
7. The impersonality of electronic communication has little or no relation to the significance of the matter at hand.
8. It is taken as a sign of skillfulness or being competent to solve a problem or fulfill a job with speed in the U.S.
Vocabulary
III
1. charge 2. convention 3. efficient 4. obtain 5. competent 6. assessing 7. fulfill 8. conducting consequently 10. significance
IV.
1.behind 2. at 3. in 4. out 5. to 6.to 7. in 8. with 9. but 10.for
V.
1. L 2. C 3. D 4. N 5. O 6.A 7.E 8.G 9.I 10.K
Word Building
VI
1. commitment 2. attraction 3. appointment 4. impression
5. civilization 6. composition 7. confusion 8. congratulation
9. consideration 10. explanation 11. acquisition 12. depression

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