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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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IV. 1. interact with 2. gone through 3. deal with 4. recovered from
5. adjusting to 6. familiar to 7. In spite of 8. were tired of
9. prevented from 10. came to
Unit 2  Section A Time-Conscious Americans
I. Language study
A. New words and Expressions:
1. ecology and biology: pay attention to the two the prefixes eco- and bioeg,
ecobalance , ecocide ,ecospecies
biochemistry, biography, biosphere
2. awareness n. the state of having knowledge or consciousness about sth.
E.g. People living on the earth have increased the awareness of the environmental protection, as the
damage to the earth is serious.
Be aware of : notice, pay attention to.  Eg. :
She is to attentive to her work to be aware of my coming.
Note: it can not be followed by a “ that “ clause.
But, she is not aware of what is going on here.
3. regardless of: synonyms including “In spite of”, “Despite”
E.g. Regardless of the strong objection, he went on carrying out his plan firmly.
4. i nitiative: (1) n. an action taken to sole a difficulty
E.g. The government is taking some fresh initiatives to control the explosive growth of population here.
(2) n. power or right to take action.
E.g. The initiatives has passed to the students.
5. abundant. a. rich, more than enough
be abundant in: be rich in
E.g. The water is n abundant in/ with minerals.
6. species: sl., pl.
E.g. The rare bird has become an endangered species.
There are several thousand species of trees in this forest.
7. extensive: (1) a. large in area,
Eg. The land is flat. And the views are extensive.
(2) a. large in amount , wide- range
Eg. Her knowledge of the subject is extensive.
The opposite word is “intensive” ,
Eg. She made an intensive study in the subject.
8. a gree to: Compare
Agree to
Agree with
Agree on
Eg, They agreed to start early.
They agreed to the plan/ suggestion./ arrangement.
I am afraid that I cannot agree with you./what you are saying.
The two sides agreed on the terms of ceasing fires.

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