必修五. M5 Unit 1
characteristics environment analyze expert instruct
deliver extra physician spread remove
attend evidence pollute foresee cure
handle pump challenge neighborhood victim
affect valuable source face frighten
severe attack gather solve confuse
absorb suspected multiply clue enquiry
investigation announce movement universe reject
against theory privately create encourage
replace enthusiastic gradually ignore cautious
arise punish backward solar knowledge
put forward draw a conclusion be/get under control
expose … to … be to blame blame sb. for sth.
in addition link...to... die of/from
lead to make sense apart from
contribute to be enthusiastic about be curious about
point of view （be）strict with sb. look into
thousands of be determined to do
1. John Snow was a well-known doctor in London – so famous, indeed, that he attended
Queen Victoria as her personal physician..
2. But he became inspired when he thought about helping ordinary people exposed to
3. First he marked on a map the exact places where all the dead people lived.
4. He knew it would never be controlled until its cause was found.
5. He became interested in two theories that possibly explained how cholera killed
6. The second suggested that people absorbed this disease into their bodies with their
To prevent this from happening again, John Snow suggested that the source of all the
water supplies be examined.
7. Only if you put the sun there did the movements of the other planets in the sky make
8. Yet Copernicus’ theory is now the basis on which all our ideas of the universe are built.
9. He found that it came from the river polluted by the dirty water from London.
10. … he found supporting evidence from two other deaths that were linked to the Broad Street outbreak.
11. Yet he could not tell anyone about his theory as the powerful Christian Church would have
punished him ….
12. So between 1510 and 1514 he worked on it, gradually improving his theory until he felt it was complete.
13. He placed a fixed sun at the centre of the solar system with the planets going round it and only the moon still going round the earth.
14. … , so he only published it as he lay dying in 1543.
15. The Christian Church rejected his theory, saying it was against God’s idea and people
Who supported it would be attacked.
必修五 M5 Unit2
unite divide puzzle clarify relation
legal convenience attraction collection architecture
Influence project arrange wedding fold
sightseeing available delight uniform statue
thrill unfair smart suggestion province
clarify accomplish evidence connect countryside
describe conflict port unwilling administration
government institution solid remain industrial
roughly zone population construct combine
collection castle worthwhile available expand
competition invader enjoyable imaginary plus
treasure introduce description error possibility
splendid original furnish guard display
quarrel tense consistent
consist of to one’s surprise break away from
break down make a list of in memory of
feel proud of refer to link … to ….
on special occasions take the place of leave out
have an influence on at your convenience as well
in / with relation to under construction to their credit
find out on show feel proud of
1. It is a pity that the industrial cities built in the nineteenth century do not attract visitors.
2. You find most of the population settled in the south.
3. You must keep your eyes open if you are going to make your trip to the United
Kingdom enjoyable and worthwhile.
4. Worried about the time available, Zhang Pingyu had made a list of the sites she
wanted to see in London .
5. It looked splendid when first built.
6. What interested her most was the longitude line.
7. … so Pingyu had photo taken standing on either side of the line.
8. It seemed strange that the man who had developed communism should have lived and died in London.
9. When she saw many visitors enjoying looking at ….
10. Their followed St Paul’s Cathedral built after the terrible fire of London in 1666.
11. To their credit, the four countries do work together in some areas ……
必修五 M5 Unit3
vehicle carriage mud temple private
location settlement impression constantly require
remind guide previous tablet capsule
opening surrounding lack ache mask
bend press swiftly master flash
switch optimistic pessimistic opportunity length
alien enormous imitate extraordinary helmet
assist agency skip prize transport
stewardess tolerate adjustment fasten switch
spread timetable relax exhausted citizen
typist typewriter postage postcode button
friendly fault blame observe explanation
waste greedy recycle swallow available
material absorb efficiency manufacture perform
goods representative wander motivation
take up in all directions lose sight of/ catch sight of
in no time sweep up get / be caught in
depend on speed up give off
as a result suffer from be similar to
in no time on one’s feet be supposed to do
plenty of be previous to compare … with/to …
for health reasons jet lag under repair
search for as though show sb around
be disposed of make an impression on because of
used to do
1. The air seemed thin as though its combination of gases had little oxygen left.
2. Why not sit down and rest? = Why don’t you sit down and rest?
3. I still cannot believe that I am taking up this prize that I won last year.
4. Just relax, since there is nothing planned on the timetable today.
5. I lost sight of Wang Ping when we reached what looked like a large market because of too much carriages flying by in all directions.
6. I can still remember the moment when the space stewardess called us all to ….
7. Well-known for their expertise, his parents’ company , called “Future Tours”, transported me safely into ….
Worried about the journey, I was unsettled for the first few days.
I stared at the moving model of the waste machine, absorbed by its efficiency.
Described as an enormous round plate, it spins slowly in space to imitate the earth’s gravity.
必修五. M5 Unit4
photograph photographer edit edition editor
article journalist eager assignment whisper
acquire meanwhile trade case gifted
deliberately guilty technical thorough chief
defend crime normal combine senior
accurate employ polish scoop demand
approve process intention senior admirable
bribe deny challenge detailed colleague
experienced unusual professional amateur deadline
headline interview appointment dilemma prove
concise skeptical publish arrange trick
update submit delighted influence assistant
assess evidence suggest damages department
on one’s own be eager to do sth concentrate on
accuse…of go on a story cover a story
make sure ahead of have a good ‘nose’ for sth
be supposed to tell the truth keep in mind
inform … of take notes depend on
so as to look forward to make an appointment with
set (out)to do pass… on to…
1. Never will ZY forget his first assignment at the office of China Daily.
Only if you asked many different questions will you acquire all the information you
need to nkow.
Not only am I interested in photography, but I took an amateur course at university
to update my skills.
2. This is how the story goes.
3. Have you ever had a case where somebody accused your journalists of getting the
wrong end of the stick?
4. Meanwhile you have to prepare the next question depending on what the person says.
5. … Zhou Yang also took a copy to the native speaker employed by the newspaper to polish the style.
6. He knows how to do it.
必修五. M5 Unit5
aid injury burn organ skin
poison bleed wound treatment disease
tissue symptom choke blood swell
swollen mild infect throat wrist
iron electric ray radiation scene
sleeve honor damage squeeze damp
sense serious severe liquid imagine complex
apply ceremony bravery pressure include
cupboard pan stove scissors basin
kettle temporary host degree barrier
essential vital function victim tightly
extremely surface blouse shocking scream
pressure pour affect unbearable award
first aid get injured/burnt protect…against
depend on over and over again in place
fall ill sense of touch put one’s hands on
make a difference electric shock take off
present sb. with sth. a number of cut off
1. Burns are called first degree, second degree or third degree burns depending on
which layers of the skins are burnt.
2. John was studying in his room when he heard screaming.
3. She was lying in her front garden bleeding very heavily
4. There is no doubt that Jon’s quick thinking and the first aid skills he learned at school
saved Ms Slade’s life.
5. If burns are on arms or legs, keep them higher than the heart, if possible.
Remove clothing using scissors if necessary
6. Examples include burns caused by electric shocks, burning clothes, or severe petrol
7. … but there are other times when giving first aid quickly can save lives.