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Unit3大学英语综合教程1课后答案

2018-01-16 大学英语

  全新版大学英语综合教程全套教材由复旦大学、北京大学、华东师范大学、中国科学技术大学、华南理工大学、南京大学以及麦克米伦等著名院校和出版机构的资深教授及英语教学专家合作编写而成。下面是小编分享的.Unit 3的课后答案,希望能帮到大家!

  Unit 3

  Part I Pre-Reading Task

  Script for the recording:

  Have you ever heard about the famous American folk musician Bob Dylan? Listen, he's about to sing you a song called The Times They Are A-changin':

  The Times They Are A-Changin'

  Bob Dylan

  Come gather round people

  Wherever you roam

  And admit that the waters

  Around you nave grown

  And accept it that soon

  You'll be drenched to the bone.

  If your time to you

  Appendix I - 105

  Is worth savin'

  Then you better start swimmin'

  Or you'll sink like a stone

  For the times they are a-changin' .

  Come writers and critics

  Who prophesize with your pen

  And keep your eyes wide

  The chance won't come again

  And don’ t speak too soon

  For the wheel's still in spin

  And there's no tellin' who

  That it s namin’ .

  For the loser now

  Will be later to win

  For the times they are a-changin' .

  Come senators, congressmen

  Please heed the call

  Don't stand in the doorway

  Don't block up the hall

  For he that gets hurt

  Will be he who has stalled

  There's a battle outside

  And it is ragin .

  It'll soon shake your windows

  And rattle your walls

  For the times they are a-changin' .

  Come mothers and fathers

  Throughout the land

  And don t criticize

  What you can't understand

  Your sons and your daughters

  Are beyond your command

  I

  - 106 - Appendix I

  Your old road is

  Rapidly agin'.

  Please get out of the new one

  If you can't lend your hand

  For the times they are a-ckangin' .

  The line it is drawn

  The curse it is cast

  The slow one now

  Will later he fast

  As the present now

  Will later he past

  The order is

  Rapidly fadin'.

  And the first one now

  Will later he last

  For the times they are a-changin' .

  The song you have just heard was also written by Bob Dylan when a young man in his early twenties. Like many a young man throughout the ages he felt misunderstood by his parents' genera?tion, a generation he was quite happy to blame for all the ills of the world. He saw a gap between young and old, a gap made wider by different attitudes to change, the young welcoming it, the old resisting it. But change is coming whether we like it or not, coming like a flood that no one can escape. So you had better:

  ... admit that the waters around you have grown

  And accept it that soon you'll he drenched to the hone.

  For those whose job it is to comment on the news and to predict what will happen next, we live in interesting times.

  Come writers and critics

  Who prophesize with your pen And keep your eyes wide The chance won't come again

  Appendix I - 107 -

  But they should not be too quick in predicting what is going to happen. The wheel of fortune is still spinning and those at the bottom of society may find themselves later rising up. And so:

  ... don't speak too soon For the wheel's still in spin Ana there's no telling who That it' s naming For the loser now Will he later to win

  Many of Dylan's early songs were, like this one, protest songs, songs aimed against injustice. And so he warns politicians not to stand in the way of those who are fighting for justice, a fight that will

  ... soon shake your windows And rattle your walls.

  He sees his parent's generation as too ready to criticize their children and unable to understand their hopes and dreams:

  Come mothers and lathers Throughout the land And don't criticize What you don't understand

  Dylan sees the older generation's way of doing things as outdated. If they are unwilling to change their ways then they should step aside and let a new generation take over. As he says to them:

  Your old road is

  Rapidly a gin

  Please get out of the new one

  If you can't lend your hand

  For the times they are a-changin'

  - 106 - Appendix I

  Part II Text A

  Text Organization

  No. Settings

  1 A fast-food restaurant

  2 The Thompson family dining room

  3 An office at a high school

  2.

  Scenes Main Ideas

  Scene One Father embarrassed Sean by talking too proudly to the restaurant Manager.

  Scene Two Father embarrassed Diane by persuading a work-mate into pressing his son to ask her to the senior prom.

  Scene Three Father embarrassed Heidi by boasting to an official of her new school about how bright she was.

  Vocabulary

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