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发表于 2008-4-9 17:32:10 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
职称英语常用单词汇总

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发表于 2008-4-11 16:00:55 | 显示全部楼层
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下来学习学习
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2009年职称英语考试猜题押题、保过解题技巧和应试方法
卫生类A级
猜题和押题
每年职称英语考试书上大约有35分左右的题(阅读和完型各15分、词汇给5分,另外的10分有一本好字典就能得到大部分约7-8分)。
一、去年卫生A级未增加新内容,考的老题,今年增加了4篇(阅读15 Million Americans Suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder和Surprised by a Miracle、 完型Middle Age: A Low Point for Most和 Your Child's Stomach Pain All in His Head?),故今年一定会在这4题中出题,尤其15 Million Americans Suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder和Your Child's Stomach Pain All in His Head? 需要特别注意,因为在去年的试题中完型考的有小孩的文章,在概括大意中考的是有关老人沮丧的文章,我认为出题者对老人和小孩特别关爱,出题的可能性比较大,加外的二篇也不能太。
二、词汇出题A、B有五道是书上原题,而且一样,故这五题不会出现A级的词汇,所以我们只要记住B级的就可以了。还有一点很重要,出题时一定会是扣紧在一起的五题,所以我估计在3、4、7三篇中出。
三、我们好好掌握以上的题,就基本上可以拿到40到45分了,另外15到20分怎么拿到手就是我下面所要讲的问题了。
保过的解题方法和技巧
一、词汇题:你把上面的五道记住,可以为你节约大约5分钟的时间,另外的十道题你要买一本同义词亮字典,15分钟左右你能得到7到10分。这样你的词汇分是12到15分。
二、阅读判断:这题不要做,我把近几年的都总结了一下,你可以自己去看看对不对,每年的答案都是A B C A B B C 或者是B A C A B B C 或者是A B C A B B C或者是B A C B B A C四个答案,第五和B和三、七的 C永远不变,你怎么猜不需要我说你都能得5分,如你反一和四做一下你就能得7分,怎么样?5+12是17分了。
三、阅读理解:书上的原题我等会做为例题讲一下,这题你可不能错哟。先把解题思路、方法、技巧说一下。(你也可以到网上听一下孙伟老师的免费课,我也只听了他的免费课,在此深表谢意)这是孙伟老师的原文:
英文文章结构三项基本原则
牢牢地抓住英文写作的“三步曲”
●中心
●举例说明
● 作者观点或文章结论
英国人的思维方式总是把最重要的东西——即中心放在前面,在写一篇文章时,英国人也是如此。第一句点明文章主题,然后举例说明,最后明确表明作者的观点。这是典型的英国人的思维方式,了解这一点对考好试、写好文章非常重要。我称之为“三步曲”。
一.  牢牢抓住英文写作的“三步曲”
●中心  ●举例说明  ●作者观点或文章结论。
二. 阅读理解解题程序
1. 牢牢抓住中心——围着中心转
2………………………………
三.阅读理解测试要点     擒贼先擒王
1.文章的中心思想—— 做所有题围着中心转         
第一段—第一句 有 but “……..” ---- today this day  so  yet however therefore在这些词后 .       如果第一句是 not第二句是中心句。
第二段—第一句是but “…….”----  today this day so  yet  therefore…在这些词后
2.文章中具体细节(查细节)   查细节关键词
3.作者的观点或文章结论——最后一句大多与文章中心一致
4.对错选择——解题要领及步骤
5.解释词义和指出代词所代替的成分,
四.阅读题型四大原则:
此项特别重要----绝对原则。
五、  如何抓住文章和句子的重心
注意主从句---●宾语从句看从句 ●状语从句看主句 ●定语从句—看主句(先行词以从句看懂一个就行)
因为是免费课,所以不全,我就个人所见补充一下:
1、所有的题(除主旨题外,主旨题的答案一般在段落的1、2或末尾句)我们都可以把它转为细节题来做,做题先把大标题读懂,不懂一定要查字典。
2、理解文章的中心,按孙老师的方法。
3、不要看读文章,我们也读不懂!我们用查细节关键词的方法做细节题。用题干中的关健词去找文章中的词,也叫关健词定位,关健一般为专有名词(大写的)、数字年代、比较级最高级、加引号的词等。
4、看题目的选项当有二个选项类同或相反时,答案往往是其中之一。含有否定意义词的选 项往往表示的是肯定意义,如有三个选项类同,另外那个选项可能是答案。不管我们怎么做题,最后一定要关健回归文章定位再确定。
看题目的选项当有只要选项中出现All of the above,一定是正确答案 ,还有些表示 大约、可能的、客观的词如can  may  might  could  usually  the same  likely  necessary  objective  some  have to  could  vital  可能是正确答案,但一定要回原文定位关键词,有些绝对化的词如only  always  all  every  none of above   each  nothing  indifferent  absolutely  must  none等如在选项中出现,此一般不是正确答案 。
5、是非题的答案90%是选D(最后一个答案)。解释词义和指出代词所代替的成分查字典,答案往往得词的引伸义。作者的态度一定是肯定和客观的,如出现Positive 等是正确答案。
6、主旨题,往往管理层大标题和重要句所表达的中心思想保持一致。文章中出现but  only词,后面往往是答案所在句。
7、注意词义的转换:education教育包含teacher  student  school  universisity等,数字+people 与 population  climate 与温度方面,resource资源等等。
8、下面是今年新增加的二篇阅读
15 Million Americans Suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder  
    Social anxiety disorder prevents some 15 million Americans from lea** normal social and romantic lives, a new survey finds.
    The disorder leaves many isolated, ashamed and often misdiagnosed. Thirty-six percent of those with social anxiety disorder have symptoms for 10 years or more before seeking help, the Anxiety Disorders Association of America reports.
    "Social anxiety disorder is when somebody has an intense, persistent and irrational fear of social or performance situations," Jerilyn Ross, the association's president and CEO, said during a teleconference Wednesday.
    "The condition causes people to avoid common, everyday situations and even other people for fear of being judged or criticized or humiliated or embarrassing themselves," Ross said.
    Social anxiety disorder can interfere with daily routines and job performance, Ross noted. "It also makes it very difficult for people to develop friends and romantic partnerships," she said.
    People with this disorder recognize their fear is excessive and irrational, Ross noted. "But they feel powerless to do anything about it," she said.
    Social anxiety disorder can start in the early teens, Dr. Mark H. Pollack, director of the Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders and a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, said during the teleconference.
    "This is a disorder that starts affecting people early on 1," Pollack said. "The typical age of onset is early adolescence, age 12 or 13, and many individuals report a history of anxiety dating back to2 earlier childhood."
    The disorder also has physical symptoms, inclu** heart palpitations, feelings that their throat will close up3, sweating, blushing, faintness, trembling and stammering, Ross said.
    Among people with the disorder, 75 percent said the condition affected their ability to do normal activities. In addition, 69 percent said they didn't want people to think they were crazy, and 58 percent said they were embarrassed by their condition, Ross said.
However, when the condition is diagnosed and treated, many reported improvement in their lives. In fact, 59 percent who were receiving treatment said treatment had a positive effect on their ability to have a romantic relationship. In addition, 39 percent who had received treatment said knowing that treatment can be successful aided their decision to get help, Ross noted.
阅读上面的的短文,下面有5个问题,每个问题有四个备选答案。请根据短文的内容
选择正确的答案。
1. People with social anxiety disorder are known for their fear of
A being left alone.
B lea** normal lives.
C embarrassing other people.
D facing social or performance situations.
2. What do people with social anxiety disorder think of their fear?
A They think it's beyond their control.
B They think it's beneficial.
C They think it's controllable.
D They think it's justified.
3. Which is NOT tree of people with social anxiety disorder?
A They're often isolated and ashamed.
B They find it difficult to make friends.
C They often fail to get timely treatment.
D They tend to judge or criticize other people.
4. The symptoms of social anxiety disorder include all the following EXCEPT
A heart palpitations.
B sore throat.
C sweating.
D blushing.
5. It can be seen from the last paragraph that treatment of the disorder
A has no positive effect at all.
B is unavailable to most sufferers.
C tends to be refused by the sufferers.
D can lead to improvement in the sufferers' lives.

Surprised by a Miracle

    I had been working in the trauma unit at a local hospital for about a year. You get used to families thinking that1  a "coma" patient is moving their hand or doing something that they were asked to do. "Following commands" is what' we call it. Often it's "wishful thinking" on the
Families' part.2 Nurses can easily become callous to it.
    On this particular night during visiting hours, my patient's wife came in. I had taken care of him for several nights. I was very familiar with his care and what he was able to do. Actually, he didn't do anything. He barely moved at all, even when something would obviously hurt him, such
as suctioning.
    His wife was very short, about 5 feet tall. She had to stand on a stool to lean over him, so that she could see his face and talk to him. She climbed up on the stool. I spoke to her for a few minutes, and then stepped out to tend to my other patient. A few minutes later, she came running out of the room. In an excited voice, she said, "Donna, he's moving his hand!"
    I immediately thought that it was probably her imagination, and that he had not actually done it on purpose. 3 He had been there about a month at the time and had never made any movements on purpose. I asked her what had happened and she said, "I asked him to squeeze my hand and he
did !"
    This led me to another train of questioning. "But, did he let go4 when you asked him to?" She said yes, that he had done exactly what she asked.
    I went into the room with her, not really believing that I would see anything different than I had always seen. But I decided that it would be better to pacify her than to make her think I didn't believe her or that she was somehow mistaken.
    She asked him to squeeze her hand, which he did. I said, "Well, ask him to let go." He continued to squeeze for a moment, so that when he finally did let go, I really still didn't believe that he had done it on purpose. So, I said, "Ask him to hold up one finger." He did as asked.
Well, hmm, this was starting to get my attention. I looked at him, his face still somewhat swollen and his eyes still closed. "Stick out5 your tongue!" I said. He did it. I almost fell on the floor. It was the first time I had ever seen anyone "wake up."

阅读上面的的短文,下面有5个问题,每个问题有四个备选答案。请根据短文的内容
选择正确的答案。
1. The first paragraph indicates that more often than not a coma patient___________.
   A  is found to be following commands.
   B  is thought to be following commands.
   C  is used to following commands.
   D  is callous to nurses' commands.
2. What was the condition of the patient before that particular night?
   A  He talked only with his wife.
   B  He barely moved at all.
   C  He moved only when hurt.
   D  He was too lazy to do anything at all.
3. How did the author feel upon first hearing what the excited wife said?
   A  She was amused.
   B  She was doubtful.
   C  She was scared.
   D  She was shocked.
4. What did the patient do on that particular night?
   A  He squeezed and let go his wife's hand.                                                            
   B  He held up one of his fingers.
   C  He stuck out his tongue.
   D  All of the above.
5. The author "almost fell on the floor" because ___________.
   A  she could hardly believe her eyes.
   B  she had been working too hard.
   C  she had been deceived.
   D  she had been tripped.
9、总结:阅读理解题的答案ABCD四个出现 的频率差不多,每题相同答案不会超过二次,3345出现或3444出现,如出现异常要再多检查,时间安排为一小时为宜。先做好书上原题,把答案列出后,估计后二题ABCD大概出现的次数,做到心中有底。按以上方法做题,书上原题不会错,另二道应该能对6道以上,计一下分5+12+15+6*3 = 50 分了。
四、概括大意与完成句子:
1、前面四道概括大韶山解题方法与阅读理解题一样,你至能拿到2分以上,后面四题用到语法各关健词定位並用。
2、出题方法与原则是将一句不完全的句子补全,句子的基本结构是主谓宾状,缺什么我们补什么。主要考点是:词汇和语法搭配。如be+done+by  表被动  then+--er或more  表比较  as(such)+原级+as  等,only+...  Not+...untill   not+...but  表倒装,固定搭配有enjoy  spend 后要跟doing+- ,let  make  have + do  ,known + as等等。
3、例题:
A Baby's Growth

1 To describe a baby's growth, the old saying "one thing leads to another" should really read, "one thing leads to an explosion." The perfection of vision and the ability to hold his head up allow appreciation of visual space. The evolution of increasingly efficient reaching also lets the baby appreciate and participate in his three-dimensional world.
2 You may notice that your baby can grab toys with either hand. This is partly because the baby has learned to grasp an object even if it touches his hand lightly or his eyes are averted. By the end of the fourth month, he can probably alternate hands to grab the toys or transfer a toy from one hand to the other. He may even wave it briskly, then transfer it and repeat the waving, shuttling it back and forth between hands. In imitating the behavior of one hand with the other, the baby may be becoming aware that he can do the same thing with each arm and that each hand is distinct from the other. This awareness is important to his receiving information about space. The baby also begins to see himself act when he repeatedly reaches for and grasps things. He starts to distinguish himself from the outer world.
3 If you would like another sign of this growth process, try one of Gesell's measures of mental growth, the behavior of a baby before a mirror. Accor** to Gesell, a baby will smile at his image at around twenty weeks of age. Hold your baby up to a mirror and watch him examine the faces there. He will probably attend most to his own image and perhaps smile at it. As his image returns the smile, he may become active and vocalize. He may also look back and forth between your image and you as if the duplication puzzles him. A baby who knows his mother's face cannot understand two of them. Calling soffiy to your baby, as he looks at your confusing double, complicates matters even further. His turning back to the real you shows that a baby four months old is likely to have the ability of preference in discrimination.
4 An early attachment to one object -- a toy or a stuffed animal -- is another index of discrimination, as well as self-development, for the baby's interests are going beyond himself. Most babies do not prefer one toy this early, but some will. After exploring each toy, your baby may start reaching and playing with one special one. In the months to come, the toy or anything else the baby identifies with himself by wearing or carrying may become a "lovey". A "lovey" will be slept with, chewed, hugged, loved, and "talked to." These "loveies" give the baby a way of coping with the necessary separations from the mother. A friendly and familiar toy bear may just make him easier on himself. Rather than feeling threatened, a mother should be flattered by her baby's extension of affection elsewhere. A baby with the heart to find a "lovey" is showing early mental resourcefulness and flexibility.

练习:
   阅读上面的的短文,下面有两项测试任务:(1)第1-4题要求从所给的6个选项中为指定的四段选择1个正确的小标题;(2)第5-8题要求从所给的6个选项中选择4个正确选项,分别完成每个句子。
1. Paragraph 1 D
2. Paragraph 2 B
3. Paragraph 3 A
4. Paragraph 4 E
A Gesell's Measure of the Baby's Mental Growth
B Growth of the Baby Through Playing with Toys
C The Baby's Confusion in Front of a Mirror
D Significance of Each Stage of Development in a Baby's Life
E The Baby's Love for "Loveies" Indicates Early Mental Resourcefulness and Flexibility
F The Functions of a "Lovey"

5. The baby s ability to sense the visual space owes to .D
6. In imitating the behavior of one hand with the other, the baby is able to . C
7. A baby will smile at his image at . A
8. The baby's extension of affection should make the mother . B
A around twenty weeks of age
B feel flattered
C tell one hand from the other
D the perfection of vision and the ability to hold his head up
E has preference among his toys
F explore his toys

4、总结:如没有考语法和固定搭配时用关键词回归定位解题。此题型E和F答案一般不同时出现,F出现的机率要大好多,可做为做题时参考。本题用时不能超过10分钟,如能仔细,8分题一般能拿5分以上。计一下分5+12+15+6*3 = 50 +5=55 分了。  
五、补全短文
1、此题型我本人觉得最难,我想了好久,没有一种答题方法能有好的得高分的手段,但2到4分还是容易的。最长的答案和F答案是99%的正确率。(不能说100%,习题中就出现过F和最长的答案落选的情况)。
2、但是此题是仅次于阅读理解的高分题,心有不甘,思前想后,只有用语法结合关键词定位准确率稍好。记得孙伟老师提过英语的基本句型只有三个:主系表、主谓宾状和谓主状,所以第一步要分析选项的句子结构,找到主语(此点特别重要),英语的每段都有中心,他的所有句子都围着中心转,所以句子和主语基本上是中心句主语的重现或指代或同义改写等,其它方法可以帮我们少走弯路。如选项中出现引号,文章中段落里也会有引号。如文章中有why出现,选项中可能会出现because  because of  due to  owing to  reason 等。做题时先看空格前一句,后看空格后一句,再分析一下主题句,看看主语是不是一样。然后关健词定位。
3、例题:
More Efforts Urged to Empower Women at AIDS Conference

    Prevention is a central issue being discussed at the sixteenth International .AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada. Twenty-four thousand delegates are at the conference whichends Friday.

    Bill and Melinda Gates called for faster research to. develop preventions like microbicide for women to use when they have sex. 1--D------ Melinda Gates said the way to "change this epidemic" is to put power in the hands of women. In southern Africa, for example, about sixty percent of adults living with HIV are women. Bill Gates said women today often have no choice but to depend on men not to infect them. "A woman should never need her partner's permission to save her own life," he said as the conference opened Sunday, 2 ----E---------

     On Monday, former President Bill Clinton said more people would get tested for HIV if an aggressive effort took place to fight the stigma. But reducing fears of social rejection is not enough. 3 ---------B-----

     Researchers at the conference presented the results of a new study of HIV testing. It involved more than one hundred thousand people tested in California last year. Some received a quick test, with results in about twenty minutes. The others received a test that is more commonly used; the results takes two weeks. The researchers say twenty-five percent of the people who had the longer test did not return to learn the results. 4 ----F---------George l.emp of the University of California led the study. He says quick tests could be especially important in developing countries with limited transportation.

   Speakers at the AIDS conference also discussed high rates of new HIV infections among black Americans. Julian Bond is chairman of the NAACP7, a lea** civil rights group.

5 -----A--------Public health officials say half of all new HIV infections in the United States are in blacks. African-American delegates at the conference said they will prepare a five-year plan to reduce infection rates and increase tesnng.
练习:
阅读上面的的短文,文章中有5处填空,下面有6组文字,请根据文章的内容选择5组文字,将其分别放回文章原有的位置,以恢复文章的原貌。
  A The chairman said African Americans must, in his words, "face the fact that AIDS has become a black disease. "
  B Mr. Clinton said people also need a guarantee they would get medicine to suppress the virus.
  C Delegates at the conference have worked out an action plan to fight the wide spread of this terrible disease all over the world.
  D They hoped that such products could protect against infection with the,virus that causes AIDS.
  E The world's richest man said "stopping AIDS" is the top priority of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  F But that was true of only two percent of those who had the quick test.
4、总结:此例有4空要用主语。故分析选项的主语非常重要。切记要用主语做为关键词来验证误。做本题型不要贪,能做对一定要有100%的把握,然后就全填最长或F答案,想拿高分说不定会全错,我做习题时就出现了这种情况。计一下分5+12+15+6*3 = 50 +5=55 +2=57分了。

六、完形填空
1、此是书上原题,基本上不变,只要我们认真做后,看二遍就能记住,如果不是书上的原题,一般的人也能拿到6到9分。
2、技巧我就不多讲,因为是书原题,只要记住就行了。
3、考试时间 安排是,先做完形填空(1分钟),再做阅读理解书上那篇文(5分钟), 然后阅读判断(1分钟),再做词汇(15分钟),然后是阅读理解的另外二篇(60分钟),再科做概括大意和完成句子(10分钟),最后再做补全短文(10分钟),还有20分钟再检查几遍.
4、计一下分5+12+15+6*3 = 50 +5=55 +2=57+6=63如果是考书上原题就能得15分,那说是57+15=72分了。怎么说你也能过关了。祝你考试圆满成功,由于时间紧和篇幅不能太长,我只能说到这么多了。


Is Your Child's Stomach Pain All in His Head?
   We all know there are times that kids seem to complain of a stomach ache to get out of chores or going to school. Don't be so sure that the pain they  feel is all in their mind. We're learning more now about a condition called "functional abdominal pain" that is experienced by millions of kids every day.
   Like many teenagers, Kyle Brust makes it a point to do his homework as soon as he gets home. Unlike most, Kyle often did his with a terrible stomach ache. In fact, the pain often started while he was at school, but getting help there was getting harder.
   "Some of my teachers wouldn't let me go, because I'd asked so many times before and they thought I was trying to get out of class ," says Kyle.
        Kyle's mom Marilyn says she couldn't blame the  teachers . After all, she'd taken him to the doctor several times herself, and even they couldn't find anything wrong .
   "You know, you're running the tests and nothing's coming up. So, is it in his head, is he just an extremely stressful child? It's just frustrating because we're not fin** any answers," says Marilyn.
      It turns out Kyle was suffering from a condition known as functional abdominal pain, that affects as many as one out of every ten kids in this country. Even though the cause of the pain may not be obvious, there are real consequences.
    "It really does hurt, and these kids really do suffer,." says Dr.Campo, MD at Nationwide Children's Hospital. To help them , Campo is looking into a new approach. He's conducting clinical trials of an antidepressant that changes the way the body handles a chemical called serotonin. In a preliminary study, Dr.Campo found that in about eight out of ten  cases , the drug normally used to treat emotional pain worked to ease the pain in the stomach .
        "We think about it as being important in anxiety and depression and that's all quite true,. but what's really interesting is that 95% of our body's serotonin is in our gut," says Campo.
        Campo believes these kids have extremely sensitive intestines, and controlling the effects of serotonin may help ease the pain. It seemed to work for Kyle, who is now completely pain free for the first time in years.


Middle Age: A Low Point for Most
   People around the globe hit the height of their misery and depression in middle age, a new international study suggests.
        The fin** by British and American researchers was based on an analysis of well-being among approximately 2 million people in 80 nations. With few exceptions, the observation appears to apply across the board, regardless of gender, culture, geography, wealth, job history, education, and marriage or parental status.
   "The scientific fact seems to be that happiness and positive mental health follow a giant 'U' shape through life,." said study author Andrew J.Oswald, a professor of economics at Warwick University in Warwickshire, England. "For the average person, it's high when you're 20, and then it slowly falls and bottoms out in your 40s. But the good news is that your  mental health picks up again, and eventually gets back to the high levels of our youth."
   The fin** was based on the pooling of several different sources of happiness data, inclu**:. two multi-decade happiness/satisfaction surveys (first launched in the 1970s), involving about 500,000 American and Western European men and women; four rounds of the 80-nation "World Values Survey" conducted between 1981 and 2004 in North America, Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Central and South America; and a 2004-2007 survey involving nearly 1 million Britons.
        The bottom-line: For most people throughout the world, the highest probability for depression striking is around 44 years of age .
In the United States, however, some as-yet unexplained gender differences were observed, with happiness among men dipping the most in their early 50s, whereas women hit their nadir around the age of 40.
        The researchers cautioned that cheerful people tend to live longer than unhappy people -- a fact that might have skewed the overall fin**. But they also suggested that evidence of a happiness curve might simply reflect a midlife choice to give up long-held but no longer tenable aspirations, followed by a senior's sense of gratitude for having successfully endured while others did not.
        "That said, some might find it helpful simply to understand the general trends of mental health as they go through their own life," said Oswald. "It might be useful for people to realize that if they are  low in their 40s, this is normal. It is not exceptional. And just knowing this might help."
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职称英语常考词汇必备
1.        abide by (=be faithful to ; obey)忠于;遵守。abide by常接下列名词:one’s word (遵守诺言),  
        one’s promise, a law, an agreement, a contract, a decision。abide vt. (常用于否定句或疑问句)
        忍受。
2.        be absent from…缺席,不在……。
3.        absence of mind (=being absent-minded)心不在蔫。
4.        absorb(=take up the attention of )吸引……的注意力;使……全神贯注。常用被动语态:be absorbed in全神贯注于……。近义词有:be engrossed in ;be lost in ;be rapt in; be concentrated on; be focused on; be centered on.
5.        (be) abundant in (=be rich in ,be well supplied with)富于,富有。
6.        access (to) (不可数名词)能接近,进入,了解have /gain access to有(机会、手段、权力)得到/接近/进入。
7.        by accident (=by chance, accidentally)偶然地,意外地。注意:without accident (=safely)安全地,意外;accident insurance (意外事故保险)
8.        of one’s own accord(=without being asked; willingly; freely)自愿地,主动地。
9.        in accord with与……一致。注意:out of one’s accord with同……不一致。
10.        with one accord(=with everybody agreeing)一致地,异口同声地。
11.        in accordance with(=in agreement with)依照,根据。
12.        on one’s own account有三种意义;1) (=so as to advance one’s own interests)为了某人的缘   
   故,为了某人自己的利益。意为:on one’s account;2) (=at one’s own risk)自行负责;3) (=by oneself)依靠自己。account的常用习语有:1)on account赊账;2)on account of (=because of, owing to, due to, as, for, since, thanks to, by reason of, in view of, in virtue of)因为;3)on no account或not on any account(=not for any reason; by no means)不论什么原因也不;4)of…account有……重要性。
13.take…into account(=consider)把……考虑进去,此外,take account of考虑,注意到。
14.give (sb.) an account of说明,解释(理由)。
15.account for (=give an explanation or reason for)解释,说明。
16.on account of (=because of)由于,因为。
17.        on no account(=in no case, for no reason)绝不要,无论如何不要。注意:放句首时句子要倒装。
18.        accuse…of…(charge…with, blame sb. for sth., blame sth. on sb., complain about)指控,控告。
19.        be accustomed to (=be in the habit of ,be used to)习惯于。注意:be accustomed to中的to后既可跟动词不定式,又可跟动名词。be used to doing/n.意思是习惯于,但be used to do是use
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