100BX fuxitimu - 1(‚ “ d 1 Under our careful consideration and research we found that the plan he’d suggested may not be unrealizable and may

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Unformatted text preview: 1 (‚ “ d ] ) 1. Under our careful consideration and research, we found that the plan he’d suggested may not be unrealizable and may even be the most concrete. ����� ����� � ��� ��*Ł � r p � � � 2. The establishment of Nobel Prize serves, firstly, to commemorate Nobel, and secondly, to raise the academic standard. � � *“ d �] ‚ �� � *“ d �] ‚ �� ��� 3. If only this time’s commercial fee could earn a higher profit, I will be able to invite even more professors, to help (produce) even more talented persons. � *“] �d ‚ � � � � *“] d ‚ � � � � � 4. According to the expert’s estimate, merely the severe problem of polluted water would already be enough to damage the natural environment, not to mention polluted (dirty) air. � � � � � “] *d ‚ � “� ] *d ‚ “] d ‚ � 5. How could the capitalists regard the petitioning laborers as evil men? To do so seems really completely without rationality, and cannot reasonably solve the problems. �� �� � �����Ł �*� p r ��� “d ] ‚ � *d “] ‚ *(]‚ “d ) 1. We all feel that it was you who first purposely humiliated him; otherwise he could not have made trouble with you. �� ] *“ ‚ d “d‚ ] � � � �� *“ ¸ d] � � 2. Let’s just listen to his view (opinions); why add to one’s own troubles, and also damage many year’s friendship? � � *“d ] ¸ � � � � � � � 3. To decide everyone’s future prospects simply on the base of his (notion of) “going where one’s interests lead one,” (this) is truly illogical. �� � �� � *“] �‚ d � *“] d ‚ � � � 4. It could be best to ask experts, and to act (only) after there is an unanimous opinion, so as to avoid increasing possibilities of danger. “d ] ‚ � � �� � �*d “] �‚ � “d ] ‚ �� 5. His expression, now serious, now naive, truly will not let people comprehend his mentality. � ��� ��� *“d �] ‚ � � � 6. This kind of method which you think intelligent is for you a long­term solution, but for others, completely useless (of no avail). “d‚ *] � � ��� � � ��� �� � � � � ��� 7. Find a reliable person to fuss about for you, in order to avoiding being taken advantage of. � ��� � � � � � 8. Arrange (things) appropriately beforehand, share responsibilities together, so that everybody will not be delayed, and effective results will be achieved. �� � � � � � *“∙D �ł � �� 9. Why not take advantage of this ready­made opportunity, to act as go between for those two “disappointed in love,” so that they will no longer be negative (passive). � � � ���� ( � � � � �“∙ł �D * � 10. Had it not been for your resenting his injustice, they would probably have wholly denied (wiped away wit one stroke) his contribution. � � � � �* ł “ ∙ D �� *ł “ ∙ D (D “ ∙ł )2 1. He gave us a deadline because he did not want any trouble at the time of the offering. * “ł∙ D � , � � . 2. What’s so unusual about braving the elements to notify (people) in order to assemble everyone’s forces? Why should he be angry ? �� “∙D ł �� � �� � ,� (���� ? ? 3. According to his usual habits, he will return to his home around 8 o’clock. � , “∙ø �D * . 4. When he mentioned this matter, his words couldn’t help but become dispirited (melancholy); it was obvious that he was very sad. �∙D “ł * � (����� � �� , �∙ ø “D * . 5. To be separated by 30 kilometers could be considered a long distance. �� � . 6. As soon as harvest season arrives, everyone becomes very excited. We get busier and busier; no one has any time at all. � � ,� � , yu4 even further , . 7. Lately, Shuisheng’s situation has been difficult. We had better keep this kind of news from him! “ ∙ł D � � “, ∙ø *D � � . 8. In my memory, his appearance and his stature (figure) both seem very young; how could he now have become so old that he has a face full of wrinkles? � � , , � � * ∙ø ,D “ ? 9. Fortunately, when you met with the younger generation, you didn’t hide, and never showed your fear; otherwise they would think that you couldn’t bridge the generation gap. � _����� , ,� _���� ! 10. Except for the bulky furniture, he stuffed everything into the bag, no matter whether it was old and worn­out or not. It’s no wonder people talk. �*“∙È D � � �� � , . � � “∙È D *“∙È ,D “∙È D ,� � () 1. I have only ridden that bicycle for three days, and it has already made noise everywhere, and shakes left and right. D “ ∙ ¨ , � , � ,∙È “D . 2. The master’s wife consoled A Cang, telling him to be very patient (=enduring) and to take the master as a model. In this way he could become a good carpenter very quickly. ��� � ,� *∙ È ,D “ ����.*Ł ���p r . 3. Your so carelessly chopping and cutting (like this) really makes a person angry. ��� , *∙ È “D . 4. He would rather hitch a ride with someone he doesn’t know than spend money buying a ticket and make himself sorry. �� *∙¨ “D � ,� � � . 5. He was angry for a long time, (and) only with difficulty did he pay less attention (=no longer take notice of) having been deceived and tormented by the people from the foot of the hill. � �� , �� “D ∙È , ��� p � . 6. He doesn’t want to bother searching repeatedly. Furthermore, there is no standard, so it is same as that there is no result. “∙ ¨ *D , “, È ∙D , “� È *D ∙ . � 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 1 ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 2 ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ...
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