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福建师范大学18年8月课程考试《高级英语阅读(二)》作业考核试题
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IReadLesson10,TextA“TheUSwasRight”,translatethefollowingsentencesintoChinese.(阅读教材《高级英语阅读教程(下册)》第10课课文A,翻译以下句子)
 CouldwenothavewarnedtheJapaneseinadvancecriticsaskedand
droppedademonstrationbomb?Thatalternativewasvetoedonthe
groundsthebombmightnotworkorthattheplanecarryingitmight
beshotdown.Moreoveritisquestionablehoweffective
ademonstrationbombmighthavebeen.
IIReadlesson8TextATheGirlintheFifthRowanswerthefollowingquestions
TEXTATheGirlintheFifthRow
OnmyfirstdayasanassistantprofessorofeducationattheUniversityofSouthernCaliforniaIenteredtheclassroomwithagreatdealofanxiety.Mylargeclassrespondedtomyawkwardsmileandbriefgreetingwithsilence.ForafewmomentsIfussedwithmynotes.ThenIstartedmylecturestammeringnooneseemedtobelistening.
AtthatmomentofpanicInoticedinthefifthrowapoisedattentiveyoungwomaninasummerdress.Herskinwastannedherbrowneyeswereclearandalertherhairwasgolden.Heranimatedexpressionandwarmsmilewereaninvitationformetogoon.WhenIdsaysomethingshewouldnodorsay&quotOhyes!&quotandwriteitdown.SheemanatedthecomfortingfeelingthatshecaredaboutwhatIwastryingsohaltinglytosay.
Ibegantospeakdirectlytoherandmyconfidenceandenthusiasmreturned.AfterawhileIriskedlookingabout.TheotherstudentshadbegunlisteningandtakingnotesThisstunningyoungwomanhadpulledmethrough.
AfterclassIscannedtherolltofindhernameLiani.HerpaperswhichIreadoverthesubsequentweekswerewrittenwithcreativitysensitivityandadelicatesenseofhumor.
IhadaskedallmystudentstovisitmyofficeduringthesemesterandIawaitedLianisvisitwithspecialinterest.s.Iwantedtotellherhowshehadsavedmyfirstdayandencouragehertodevelopherqualitiesofcaringandawareness.
Lianinevercame.AboutfiveweeksintothesemesterShemissedtwoweeksofclasses.Iaskedthestudentsseatedaroundheriftheyknewwhy.Iwasshockedtolearnthattheydidnotevenknowhername.IthoughtofAlbertSchweitzerspoignantstatement&quotWeareallsomuchtogetherandyetwearealldyingofloneliness.&quot
Iwenttoourdeanofwomen.ThemomentImentionedLianisnameshewinced.&quotOhImsorryLeo&quotshesaid.&quotIthoughtyoudbeentold...&quot
LianihaddriventoPacificPalisadesalovelycommunityneardowntownLosAngeleswherecliffsfallabruptlyintothesea.Thereshockedpicnickerslaterreportedshejumpedtoherdeath.
Lianiwas22yearsold!AndherGodgivenuniquenesswasgoneforever.
IcalledLianisparents.FromthetendernesswithwhichLianismotherspokeofherIknewthatshehadbeenloved.ButitwasobvioustomethatLianihadnotfeltloved.
&quotWhatarewedoing?&quotIaskedacolleague.&quotWeresobusyteachingthings.WhatsthevalueofteachingLianitoreadwritedoarithmeticifwetaughthernothingofwhatshetrulyneededtoknowhowtoliveinJoyhowtohaveasenseofpersonalworthanddignity?&quot
Idecidedtodosomethingtohelpotherswhoneededtofeelloved.Iwouldteachacourseonlove.
Ispentmonthsinlibraryresearchbutfoundlittlehelp.Almostallthebooksonlovedealtwithsexorromanticlove.Therewasvirtuallynothingonloveingeneral.
ButperhapsifIofferedmyselfonlyasafacilitatorthestudentsandIcouldteachoneanotherandlearntogether.IcalledthecourseLoveClass.
Ittookonlyoneannouncementtofillthisnoncreditcourse.Igaveeachstudentareadinglistbuttherewerenoassignedtextsnoattendancerequirementsnoexams.Wejustsharedourreadingourideasourexperiences.
Mypremiseisthatloveislearned.Our&quotteachers&quotarethelovingpeopleweencounter.Ifwefindnomodelsoflovethenwegrowup?lovestarvedandunloving.ThehappypossibilityItoldmystudentisthatlovecanbelearnedatanymomentofourlivesifwearewillingtoputinthetimetheenergyandthepractice.
FewmissedevenonesessionofLoveclass.Ihadtocrowdthestudentsclosertogetherastheybroughtmothersfatherssistersbrothersfriendshusbandswives—evengrandparents.Scheduledtostartat7p.m.andendat10theclassoftencontinueduntilwellpastmidnight.
OneofthefirstthingsItriedtogetacrosswastheimportanceoftouching.&quotHowmanyofyouhavehuggedsomeone—otherthanagirlfriendboyfriendoryourspouse—withinthepastweek?&quotFewhandswentup.Onestudentsaid&quotImalwaysafraidthatmymotiveswillbemisinterpreted.&quotFromthenervouslaughterIcouldtellthatmanysharedtheyoungwomansfeeling.
&quotLovehasaneedtobeexpressedphysically&quotIresponded.
&quotIfeelfortunatetohavegrownupinapassionatehuggingItalianfamily.Iassociatehuggingwithamoreuniversalkindoflove.?
&quotButifyouareafraidofbeingmisunderstoodverbalizeyourfeelingstothepersonyourehugging.Andforpeoplewhoarereallyuncomfortableaboutbeingembracedawarmtwohandedhandshakewillsatisfytheneedtobetouched.&quot
Webegantohugoneanotheraftereachclass.Eventuallyhuggingbecameacommongreetingamongclassmembersoncampus.
WeneverleftLoveClasswithoutaplantosharelove.
ForLoveClassassignmentweagreedtosharesomethingofourselveswithoutexpectationofreward.Somestudentshelpeddisabledchildren.OthersassistedderelictsonSkidRow.ManyvolunteeredtoworkonsuicidehotlineshopingtofindtheLianisbeforeitwastoolate.
IwentwithoneofmystudentsJoeltoanursinghomenotfarfromU.S.C.Anumberofagedpeoplewerelyinginbedsinoldcottongownsstaringattheceiling.Joellookedaroundandthenasked&quotWhatllIdo?&quotIsaid&quotYouseethatwomanoverthere?Gosayhello&quot
Hewentoverandsaid&quotUhhello.&quot
Shelookedathimsuspiciouslyforaminute.&quotAreyouarelative?&quot
&quotNo.&quot
&quotGood!Sitdownyoungman.&quot
Formetouchingstoriespleasevisit?http//www.24en.com/
Ohthethingsshetoldhim!Thiswomanknewsomuchaboutlovepainsuffering.Evenaboutapproachingdeathwithwhichshehadtomakesomekindofpeace.Butnoonehadcaredaboutlistening—untilJoel.Hestartedvisitingheronceaweek.Soonthatdaybegantobeknownas&quotJoelsDay.&quotHewouldcomeandalltheoldpeoplewouldgather.
Thentheelderlywomanaskedherdaughtertobringherinaglamorousdressinggown.WhenJoelcameforhisvisithefoundhersittingupinbedinabeautifulsatingownherhairdoneupstylishly.Shehadnthadherhairfixedinageswhyhaveyourhairdoneifnobodyreallyseesyou?BeforelongothersinthewardweredressingupforJoel.
TheyearssinceIbeganLoveClasshavebeenthemostexcitingofmylife.WhileattemptingtoopendoorstoloveforothersIfoundthatthedoorswereopeningforme.
IateinagreasyspooninArizonanotlongago.WhenIorderedporkchopssomebodysaid&quotYourecrazyNobodyeatsporkchopsinaplacelikethis.&quotButthechopsweremagnificent.
&quotIdliketomeetthechef&quotIsaidtothewaitress.
Wewalkedbackto?thekitchenandtherehewasabigsweatyman.&quotWhatsthematter?&quothedemanded.
&quotNothing.Thoseporkchopswerejustfantastic.&quot
HelookedatmeasthoughIwasoutofmymind.Obviouslyitwashardforhimtoreceiveacompliment.Thenhesaidwarmly&quotWouldyoulikeanother?&quot
Isntthatbeautiful?HadInotlearnedhowtobelovingIwouldhavethoughtnicethingsaboutthechefsporkchopsbutprobablywouldnthavetoldhim—justasIhadfailedtotellLianihowmuchshehadhelpedmethatfirstdayinclass.Thatsoneofthethingsloveissharingjoywithpeople.
Anothersecretofloveisknowingthatyouareyourselfspecialthatinalltheworldthereisonlyoneofyou.IfIhadamagicwandandasinglewishIwouldwavethewandovereverybodyandhaveeachindividualsayandbelieve&quotIlikemerightthisminute.JustasIamandwhatIcanbecome.Imgreat.&quot
Thepursuitoflovehasmadeawonderof?mylife.ButwhatwouldmyexistencehavebeenlikehadIneverknownLiani?WouldIstillbestammeringoutsubjectmatteratstudentsyearafteryearwithlittleconcernaboutthevulnerablehumanbeingsbehindthemasks?Whocantell?LianipresentedmewiththechallengeandItookitup!Ithasmadeallthedifference.
IwishLianiwereheretoday.Iwouldholdherinmyarmsandsay&quotManypeoplehavehelpedmelearnaboutlovebutyougavemetheimpetus.Thankyou.Iloveyou.&quotButIbelievemyloveforLianihasinsomemysteriouswayalreadyreachedher.
Questions
1.?Whydidthegirlinthefifthrowimpressthewritersodeeply?    奥鹏作业答案

2.Thewriter‘spurposeforopeningLoveCourseistohelppeoplelearn
tobelovinginhisclasshesuggestssomewayssinwhichpeoplecanlearntolovewhataresomeofthem?Whichwaydoyouthinkismosthelpful?
IIIReadlesson4TextBDoTrueorFalseQuestions(阅读教材第4课课文B,判断对错)
WashingtonIrving’sSunnysideinTarrytownNewYork
  AccompanyingaplanofSunnyside(unprintedhere)aformerresidenceofWashingtonIrvinginNewYorkisthefollowingtext.Wehaveleftoutitstitlewhichindicatesclearlyitspurposeinthehopethatthereaderwillreconstructitafterreadingthetext.
  SunnysideisoneofthefewsurvivingandbestdocumentedexamplesofAmericanromanticisminarchitectureandlandscapedesign.AndrewJacksonDowningfeaturedSunnysideinhisTreatiseontheTheoryandPracticeofLandscapeGardening(1841)asanexampleofthe&quotprogressiveimprovementinRuralArchitecture...&quotwhichheexplainedstrivestobein&quotperfectkeeping&quotwith&quotsurroundingnature&quotbyits&quotvaried&quotand&quotpicturesque&quotoutline.Architecturalbeauty&quothetaught&quotmustbeconsideredconjointlywiththebeautyofthelandscape&quot
  Walkingthe24acregroundsisapleasureineveryseason.SwansglideonthepondIrvingcalled&quotthelittleMediterranean&quotandastoneflumedelightstheearwiththesoundofrushingwater.Apathleadsupasmallriseandfromtheredowninto&quottheglen&quotanduptothehouse.BehindthehouseanotherpathwindsalongtheHudsonforviewsoftheriveratitswidestpointtheTappanZee.
  ThemodeststonecottagewhichwaslatertobecomeSunnysidewasoriginallyatenantfarmershousebuiltinthelateseventeenthcenturyonthePhilipsburgManor.DuringtheeighteenthcenturythecottagewasownedbyabranchoftheVanTasselfamilythenameIrvinglaterimmortalizedin&quotTheLegendofSleepyHollow&quot.
  Irvingpurchasedthecottagein1835anddirectedtheremodelingaddingDutchsteppedgablesancientweathervanesanddevelopingGothicandRomanesquearchitecturalfeaturesforotherpartsofthehouse.Hewassopleasedwithhishomethatin1836hewrotetohisbrotherPeter&quotIamlivingmostcozilyanddelightfullyinthisdearbrightlittlehomewhichIhavefitteduptomyownhumor.EverythinggoesoncheerilyinmylittlehouseholdandIwouldnotexchangethecottageforanychateauinChristendom.&quot
  TodaysvisitortoSunnysideseesIrvingshomemuchasitappearedduringthefinalyearsofhislife.Theauthorsbooklinedstudycontainshiswritingdesk—agiftfromhispublisherG.P.Putnamandmanypersonalpossessions.ThediningroominwhichIrvingandhisdinnerguestsoftengatheredtoenjoythebeautifulsunsetsovertheHudsonRiveradjoinstheparlor.HereIrvingplayedhisflutewhilehisniecesSarahandCatherineaccompaniedhimontherosewoodpiano.Thepianoandotheroriginalfurnishingsstillgracetheroom.ThesmallpicturegalleryofftheparlorcontainssomeoriginalillustrationsforIrvingswork.Thekitchenwasquiteadvancedforitsdayhavingahotwaterboilerandrunningwaterfedfromthepondthroughagravityblowsystem.Theironcookstovewasalsoa&quotmodernconvenience&quotreplacingtheopenhearthinthe1850s.
  Thesecondfloorofthehousecontainsseveralbedroomseachofwhichhasitsownpersonalcharacter.TheguestbedroomisfurnishedwithaFrenchstylebedandpaintedcottagepieces.TheingeniousarchesinthisandotherroomsweredesignedbyIrving.Hisbedroomwherehediedin1859containstheauthorstesterSheratonbedalongwithhiswalkingstickandanumberofhisgarmentsandpersonaleffects.ThesmallbrightroombetweenthebedroomsmighthavebeenusedbyIrvingsnephewandbiographerPierreMunroIrvingwhocaredforhisuncleduringthelastmonthsofhislife.Theroomwasusedoriginallytostorebooksandpapers.ThebedroomusedbyIrvingsniecescontainsanIrvingfamilyfieldbedwithhandmadebobbinlacehangingsachestofdrawerssewingstandsandanornamentalstove.TheguestroomcontainsacastironbedprobablymadeinoneofthefoundriesalongtheHudson.
  
WriteTrue(T)orFalse(F)forthefollowingquestions.
1.SunnysideistheformerresidenceofWashingtonIrvinginWashingtonD.C
2..SunnysideisatypicalrepresentativeofRomanticismofAmericancityarchitecture.
3.AccordingtoAndrewJacksonDowningarchitecturalbeautymustbeinharmonywiththebeautyofthesurroundinglandscape.
4.Duringthe18thcenturythecottagewasownedbyVanTasselwhowasmentionedbyIrvinginhisbook“theLegendoftheHollow”.
5.Irvingdidn’tmakeanychangetothecottageafterhepurchasedit.
6.Today’sSunnysidehaschangedalotcomparedwithitsappearanceinIrving’stime.
7.SunnysidewasbuiltneartheHudsonRiver.
8.ThestudythediningroomtheparlorandthekitchenareallonthefirstfloorofIrving’shouse..
9.Allthebedroomsonthesecondfloorarealmostfurnishedinthesamestyle.
10.WashingtonIrvingwascaredforbyhisdaughterduringthelastperiodofhislife.
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II,Answerquestions
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