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http://www.eyfwrd.live/doc/3a97db1bb90d6c85ec3ac6b4.html, if properly used, can stimulate a child’s imagination.

2.The original building was erected in 1710 but this structure has been largely transformed

and extended.

3.Accuracy is fundamental to the programming of computers.(elemental基本的,主要的;

elementary基本的,初級的)

4.Those battered old trousers of his are a standing joke to all his friends.

5.He tries to liven up his lessons by telling an interesting anecdote about the president.

6.What you said was true, yet it was an unkind remark.

7.There has been an appreciable(相當可觀的) change in the country of late.(appreciative

感激的,賞識的;appreciated欣賞,感激)

8.Most of the students were no longer listening to her boring lecture.

9.Tourists are less aware of the equally rewarding historical interest and friendly

individuality of the ancient capital—the city of Winchester.

10.He made some preliminary(初步的,開始的,預備的)sketches which would serve as

guides when he painted the actual portrait.

1.You cannot plead(辯護) ignorance as your excuse; You should have known what was

happening all along.

2.As the medicine took effect, the nervous patient became quieter.

3.So long as we have Jim, a man with exceptional ability in management, things will be

working well even if we come up against (碰到,遭遇)unexpected difficulties.

4.Has changed her mind again? I wish she’d at least be consistent(始終如一的).

5.His exceptional ability in administration and his self-confidence(自信)make him an

excellent leader.(self-respect自重,自尊;self-centredness自我中心的,自私自利的;

self-regard自愛)

6.The students in the Advanced Teachers’ Training Class are asked to visit the n earby

middle schools for the observation of lessons.

7.As population growth sends the numbers of inhabitants rocketing(猛漲的居民), the city

shows every sign of overcrowdedness.

8.Bad office planning will frustrate both the employer and the employee and affect the

performance of their duties.

http://www.eyfwrd.live/doc/3a97db1bb90d6c85ec3ac6b4.htmlcators agree that sport provides an outlet for an adolescent’s feelings of aggression or

frustration.

10.Under these circumstances it might be best to group those gifted athletes in our

university.

11.Despite all my efforts, I am unable to make those slow students do the same amount of

work that most of the other students do.

12.She obviously had no intention of discouraging the individual growth and self-respect of

the students.

13.These athletes threw petrol on to the bonfire and the sudden flare(閃光,耀斑) lit up the

whole garden.

14. A teacher preparing for his lessons should always bear in mind the students’ creativity,

latent interest and talent.

15.It is not difficult to understand your reaction to grouping these gifted students according

to their interest and ability.

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