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            考研英語滿分作文60個文章的亮點詞匯!助攻英語作文25+助!

            Source: 恒星英語學習網    2017-11-09  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  

            As is vividly depicted in the picture, thousands of graduates are in face of choices in their life. There are generally four choices for them now, which are searching for a job, getting admitted to be a postgraduate, studying abroad and creating their own enterprises. It seems that they are quite confused and don’t know which might be the best way.

            The implication underlying this picture is rather thought-provoking.Nowadays, many students in universities or colleges are not sure of what they want and where they will go in the future. They easily become anxious and helpless when choices confront them.

            What should we do? In my opinion, the most important thing is having a goal. It is crucial for us college students to understand what we actually want and what kind of men we want to be. And then follow your heart. If you have the ambition to be an expert in some fields, you will naturally choose to study abroad or take the entrance test for postgraduates. And if you are willing to improve your working skills or just feed yourselves early and support your families, you will be the hunters chasing after jobs or the creators of a new company.

            高分作文特點:
            1. 文章結構布局合理,字數在要求的范圍內160-200
            2. 模板句式的合理套用
            3. 句式不會特別復雜,長短句結合,出現幾個亮點詞匯作為點綴
            4. 字跡清晰,卷面整潔
            【請考慮閱卷老師時間有限,是否有時間閱讀你過長的文章,并分析你的長難句】


            60個文章的亮點詞匯
            1. be able to do sth → be capable of doing sth 能夠做某事,有能力做某事
            【例句】He is perfectly able to fulfill the important task. 他完全能完成這個重要的任務。

            2. about adv. → approximately, roughly大約地
            【例句】 The New York-based media company said the cuts would affect roughly 300 of its U.S.-based employees. 這個總部位于紐約的公司稱裁員將影響其在美國員工中的大約300名。

            3. agree v. → consent 同意
            【用法】agree/consent to sth,agree/consent to do sth同意、準許(做)某事
            After all, they'd never consented to genetic testing. 畢竟,他們從不同意基因測試。

            4. allow sb to do sth → enable/permit sb to do sth 使某人能夠做某事
            【例句】 The widespread Internet access enables ordinary people in China to shop online. 廣泛的互聯網接入使中國的普通大眾能夠在網上購物。

            6. always adv.: → constantly總是,一直
            【例句】Regulators constantly endeavors to curb the increasingly large bubbles in real estate and stock markets. 監管機構一直在努力遏制房地產和股市中日益增大的泡沫。

            7. be bad for: → be harmful for, be damaging/detrimental /injurious to 對…有害,不利于
            【例句】Obscenity is certainly detrimental to the society either it be in the West or in the East.不管在西方還是東方,淫穢肯定對社會有害。

            8. because → due/owing to the fact (that) 因為,由于
            because of → due/owing to, on account of 因為,由于
            【例句】The school's poor exam record is largely due to the fact that it is chronically underfunded. 這個學校糟糕的考試成績主要是因為其受到長期的投入不足。

            9. sb believe → It is sb's belief that ... 某人相信
            【例句】 It is his belief that the media can play an important role in helping this investigation reach a positive conclusion. 他相信媒體能在幫助此項調查得到一個正面的結論中擔當一個重要角色。

            10. best → unparalleled, incomparable, unsurpassed, unrivalled
            【用法】當best表示“最好的、最佳的”時,可以用unparalleled(無與倫比的)、incomparable(不可比擬的)和unsurpassed(不可超越的)等詞替換。

            11. be busy with sth → be (fully) occupied with sth 忙于某事
            be busy doing sth → be (fully) occupied (in) doing sth忙于做某事
            【例句】He's fully occupied looking after three small children. 他所有的時間都用來照顧三個小孩子了。

            12. buy v. → purchase 購買
            【用法】Where did you purchase the book? 你在哪里買到這本書的?

            13. choose sth → opt for sth 選擇某物
            choose to do sth → opt to do sth 選擇做某事
            【例句】After graduating he opted to take a job as a database programmer. 畢業后他選擇接受一份數據庫程序員的工作。

            14. choice n. → option 選擇
            【用法】option for sth,option to do sth,option of doing sth
            【例句】Teenage mothers often have no option but to live with their parents. 少女媽媽常常別無選擇,只能跟父母住在一起。

            15. consider sth → take sth into consideration/account 考慮到某事
            【例句】
            ①Environmental factors should be taken into consideration in the program.
            在這個項目中,環境因素必須被考慮。
            ②I don't think the opinion of the locals is being taken into consideration.
            我認為當地人的意見沒有被考慮。

            16. danger n. → hazard
            【用法】
            a danger/hazard to sb/sth 對某人或物的危險;注意,in danger表示“處于危險之中”,但一般不用in hazard。
            【例句】The road ahead will be long and full of hazards.

            前方的路漫長而充滿危險。

            17. dangerous adj. → hazardous 危險的,有害的
            【用法】
            be dangerous/hazardous for/to sb/sth 對某人或物是危險的、有害的
            【例句】
            ①It is now believed that the vaccine might occasionally be hazardous.
            現在人們認為疫苗可能偶爾有危險。
            ②Exposure to foreign universities can be hazardous to careers of Vietnam's young elites.
            接觸外國大學會對越南年輕精英有害。
            ③From 1966 every packet of Winstons had carried the warning that "smoking may be hazardous to your health".
            自1996年以來,每包云絲頓牌香煙都帶有警告:吸煙可能有害于您的健康。

            18. depend on → be dependent on/upon依賴(于),對…依賴
            【用法】
            可用副詞greatly、heavily和hugely修飾dependent。
            【例句】
            ①Markets are too dependent on unsustainable government stimulus.
            市場太依賴于不可持續的政府激勵措施。
            ②Contrary to popular wisdom, China's rapid growth is not hugely dependent on exports.
            與普遍的看法相反,中國的快速(經濟)增長沒有嚴重依賴出口。

            19. easy → effortless毫不費力的
            【例句】
            It's an effortless way to kick the smoking habit.
            這是一種毫不費力的戒除煙癮的方法。

            20. easily → with ease 輕易地;effortlessly 毫不費力地
            【例句】
            ①A horse can maintain this position effortlessly, thanks to an ability to lock its leg joints into place.
            馬能毫不費力地保持這種姿勢,由于一種能力能將它的腿部關節鎖定到合適位置。
            ②China have recoverd from the global financial recession and can maintain its economic growth with ease.
            中國已經從全球金融衰退中恢復過來,并能夠輕松地保持其經濟增長。

            21. It is easy (for sb/sth) to do sth. → It takes little/no effort (for sb/sth) to do sth. (對于某人/物來說),做某事不怎么費力。
            【例句】
            It takes little effort for China to maintain its economic growth.
            中國可以輕易地保持其經濟增長。

            22. make an effort to do sth 努力做某事 → pour a lot of effort into sth 對某事投入大量精力, make an endeavor to do sth(endeavor作名詞)努力做某事, endeavor to do sth(endeavor作動詞)努力做某事, try hard to do sth 努力做某事,try desperately to do sth 奮力做某事
            【例句】
            We college students should make an endeavor to promote the environmental awareness.
            我們大學生應該努力宣傳環保意識。

            23. enough (adj) →abundant, adequate, sufficient 充足的
            【例句】
            ①The old methods weren't adequate to meet current needs.
            老方法不足以能滿足目前的需要。
            ②We need sufficient time to deal with the problem.
            我們需要足夠的時間來處理這個問題。

            24. enough (adv) → abundantly, adequately, sufficiently 充足地
            【例句】
            Students must reach a sufficiently high standard to pass.
            學生必須達到足夠高的標準才能通過。

            25. expect v. → anticipate 預見;期待
            【例句】
            ①We don't anticipate any problems.
            我們沒有預見任何困難。
            ②Daniel was eagerly anticipating her arrival.
            丹尼爾急切地期待她的到來。

            26. in the future → in the years ahead, in the years to come在將來,在未來的歲月里
            【例句】
            ①The trend towards urbanisation may accelerate in the years ahead due to deep structural and economic reasons.
            由于深層次的結構和經濟方面的原因,城市化的趨勢在未來的歲月里可能加速。
            ②It is wise to focus more effectively on promoting entrepreneurship and innovation in the years ahead.
            明智的做法是在將來更加有效地關注創業和創新。

            27. get (v.) → obtain 獲得,得到
            【例句】
            ①He obtained a degree in physical education from Montreal's McGill University.
            他在蒙特利爾的麥吉爾大學獲得了一個物理學教育學位。
            ②The company has been able to obtain all the necessary copyright permissions.
            該公司能獲得所有必要的版權許可。

            28. give → offer, provide 提供,給予
            【用法】
            give/offer sb sth, provide sb with sth 為某人提供某物
            【例句】
            ①David will be offered the job of shadow chancellor.
            大衛將被予以影子內閣的職位。
            ②We would have provided him with clothes.
            我們給他提供衣服。

            29. be good for → be beneficial/favorable/helpful for/to, be good for, benefit 對…有利,有利于
            【用法】
            benefit在這里作及物動詞。
            【例句】
            ①Well managed migration is, apparently, very beneficial to the economy. 顯然,管理良好的移民對經濟非常有利。
            ②Market conditions are favorable to the privatization of state holdings.
            市場條件對國有資產的私有化有利。
            ③Do you think that immigration has benefited or damaged British society over the past 50 years?
            你認為在過去的50年中移民是有益于還是破壞了英國社會。

            30. be good at → excel at/in 擅長
            【例句】
            He excels at soccer. 他擅長足球

            31. hardly → scarcely幾乎不
            【例句】
            The city had scarcely changed in 20 years.
            這個城市在二十年間幾乎沒變化。

            32. help n. → aid, assistance 幫助,支持
            help v. → assist 幫助
            【精析】
            assist (sb) with/in sth, help sb with sth 幫助某人做某事;with sb's aid/help 在某人的幫助下
            【詞句】
            These measures were designed to assist people with disabilities.這些措施旨在幫助殘疾人。
            He succeeded with the aid of a completely new method he discovered.在他所發現的一個全新的方法的幫助下,他成功了。

            33. importance → significance 重要性
            ①I'm not downplaying the significance of that area to the people of this country. 我沒有低估那塊區域對于這個國家的重要性。
            ②Christmas is a holiday of great significance to Americans.
            圣誕節對于美國來說是有重大意義的節日。

            34. important → significant 重要的;critical, crucial, vital 至關重要的
            be important for/to → be critical/crucial/vital to 對于…至關重要
            be important à count, matter
            【例句】
            ①For most of the second half of the 20th century, governments played a crucial role in funding and directing pure research and early-stage development.
            對于20世紀下半葉中的大部分時間來說,政府在資助和指導純理論研究和早期開發方面扮演著至關重要的角色。
            ②The top five skills hiring managers say will be most critical to their businesses.
            招聘經理說這五種技巧將對他們的業務至關重要。
            ③Your contribution is crucial to the success of our company.
            你的貢獻對我們公司的成功至關重要。
            ④Their participation is vital to ensuring that assistance addresses the diverse needs within the community.
            他們的參與對于保證援助能解決社區內各種各樣需求至關重要。
            ⑤First impressions really do count.
            第一印象真得很重要。
            ⑥People need to realize that education matters.
            人們有必要意識到教育很重要。

            35. money → capital 資金
            【例句】
            The drought of foreign capital is beginning to wreck many economies in central and eastern Europe.
            外資的流失開始破壞中歐和東歐的許多經濟體。

            36. more and more + noun → an increasing number of + noun 越來越多的某物
            【例句】
            ①More and more supercomputers are being built outside America.
            越來越多的超級計算機正在美國之外被建造。
            ②As they attempt to cut costs, an increasing number of firms are outsourcing more of their production.
            隨著他們試圖削減費用,越來越多的公司把他們更多的生產外包出去。
            ③UK house prices have become unaffordable to an increasing number of the population.
            英國的房價變得讓越來越多的人不可承受。

            37. more and more → increasingly 越來越…
            【例句】
            ①I think that the world is more and more uncertain.
            我認為世界將變得越來越不確定。
            ②Success in business increasingly depends on chance encounters.
            在商界的成功越來越依靠機遇了。
            ③Scientists are increasingly worried about the amount of debris orbiting the Earth.
            科學家越來越擔心圍繞著地球飛行的殘骸量。
            ④Americans are increasingly choosing to live among like-minded neighbours. 越來越多的美國人正選擇住在志同道合的鄰居中間。

            38. most (of) → the majority of 大多數,大部分
            【例句】
            ①Despite receiving billions of dollars of aid, most of its 35m people remain poor.盡管接受了數十億的援助,其3500萬民眾中的大部分仍然貧困。
            ②In most countries, the majority of wealth is concentrated in a fairly small number of hands.
            在大部分國家,大部分財富集中于相當一小部分人手中。
            ③Technology has not simplified the lives of the majority of the people on the planet, including.
            科技沒有使地球上大部分人的生活變得簡單。

            39. method → approach 方法,手段
            ①China and India are finding two somewhat different approaches to getting rid of poverty, yet they have similarities.
            中國和印度找到兩種略有不同的方法擺脫貧困,盡管它們有相似之處。
            ②You should not hesitate to break away from conventional approaches.
            你應該毫不猶豫地拋棄傳統方法。

            40. often adv. → frequently經常地,頻繁地
            【例句】
            Limestone was frequently used as a building material.
            石灰石常被用作建筑材料。

            41. old → aged, elderly 年邁的,年老的
            the aged/old/elderly → old people 老年人
            【例句】
            The charity concert is designed to help the aged.
            這場慈善音樂會旨在幫助老年人。

            42. only adj. → sole 唯一的
            only adv. → solely 僅僅地
            【例句】
            ①Griffiths is the sole survivor of the crash.
            格里菲斯是這場墜機事故中唯一的幸存者。
            ②We simply cannot rely solely on the market to fix our problems.
            我們不能僅僅依靠市場來解決我們的問題。

            43. in my opinion → in my view, from my perspective/point of view / standpoint / viewpoint 在我看來,我的觀點是
            【例句】
            ①In my view, all these protesters are quite arrogant and plainly ignorant.
            在我看來,所有這些抗議者十分傲慢并且完全無知。
            ②From my perspective, tax cuts to 95 percent of working families is not wasteful.
            以我看來,對95%的工薪階層的減稅并非浪費。

            44. ordinary adj. → average 普通的
            【例句】
            ①It is estimated that the average American still pollutes between five and six times more than the average Chinese person.
            據估計普通美國人的污染量仍然相當于五六個中國人。
            ②Statistics have shown that the average students from religious schools do better academically than their counterparts of state school.
            統計顯示來自宗教學校的普通學生在學業上比國立學校的同級別學生表現更出色。

            45. pain → anguish, agony 身體或精神上的痛苦
            【例句】
            ①He battled mental and physical anguish.
            他忍受著精神上和身體上的痛苦。
            ②They can no longer tolerate the mental or physical anguish of a terminal illness.

            他們再也不能忍受一種絕癥帶來的精神或肉體上的痛苦。

            ③He had been in the hospital for several weeks and was in mental agony.
            他在醫院里住了數周,并且也處于精神痛苦之中。

            46. prepare, get ready → gear up 準備
            【用法】
            prepare for sth = get ready for sth 準備某事;
            gear up for sth = prepare to do sth = gear up to do sth 準備做某事
            be prepared to do sth = be ready to do sth = be geared up to sth 準備好做某事
            【例句】
            ①He gears up for a meeting with a presidential candidate.
            他準備和一位總統候選人會面。
            ②Nokia needs to gear up to provide services, not hardware.
            諾基亞需要準備提供的是服務,而不是硬件。
            ③The international community are geared up to help Haiti.
            國際社會準備幫助海地。

            47. poor adj. → impoverished 非常貧窮的; poverty-stricken 貧窮的; cash-strapped 拮據的,缺少資金的;economically disadvantaged 在經濟上處于不利地位的,即相對貧窮的
            【例句】
            ①It is indeed good news that China is every where in Africa opening businesses and creating employment for the impoverished people.
            這真是好消息:中國在非洲各地做貿易并為一貧如洗的人們創造就業機會。
            ②Elsewhere in India, the Muslim minority is economically disadvantaged.
            在印度其他地方,穆斯林相對貧困。

            48. rich, wealthy adj. → affluent 富裕的
            【例句】
            ①Death rates in Scotland are falling faster in more affluent areas than in poorer places, a study says.
            一項研究表明,在蘇格蘭富裕地區的死亡率相較于貧窮地區下降地更快。
            ②The cash-strapped Caribbean island now wants to attract a more affluent, bigger-spending class of tourists.
            這個沒錢的加勒比島正想吸引一個更加富裕、消費更多的游客階層。

            49. result from → stem from 源于,因…而出現
            【例句】
            ①The country's floods partly stemmed from over-use of forests by industry.
            該國的洪水部分原因是工業過度消耗森林。
            ②The violent protests stemmed from disputed elections in 2000, which the opposition says were rigged.
            這場暴力抗議源于有爭議的2000年的選舉,反對派稱其是作弊的。

            50. be sad → be grieved 悲傷
            【例句】
            ①I feel deeply grieved.
            我感到深深地悲傷。
            ②At present we are grieved and tomorrow looks uncertain.
            現在我很悲傷,明天開起來是不確定的。

            51. be similar to → resemble 相似,像
            【例句】
            ①Right now America's banking system resembles a pyramid.
            現在美國的銀行體系像個金字塔。
            ②Today's financial crisis resembles the one that happened three-quarters of a century ago.
            目前的金融危機像發生在四分之三世紀之前的那場金融危機。

            52. spend → expend, invest 在某方面花費時間、精力或資金等
            【精析】
            invest除了表示投資外,還可表示“在某方面花費時間、精力或資金等”,請看其在朗文字典中的解釋:to use a lot of time, effort etc or spend money in order to make something succeed,其用法為 invest (sth) in sth。
            expend也有相同的意思,用法為expend sth in/on (doing) sth。
            【例句】
            ①The city has invested millions of dollars in the museum.
            這個城市投入幾百萬到博物館上。
            ②You have to be willing to invest a lot of time in taking care of elderly parents.
            你必須愿意投入大量時間照顧年邁的父母。
            ③She's invested a lot of emotional energy in that business.
            她為那事費了很大的心血。
            ④Manufacturers have expended a lot of time and effort trying to improve computer security.
            工程師花費了大量的時間和精力去努力增加計算機安全。

            53. stop v. → cease 停止
            ①It is unrealistic to expect that forest degradation will cease.
            期待森林退化將停止是不切實際的。
            ②Playing fair would cease to have any value.
            公平競爭將不再有任何價值。
            ③Markets and the public cease to believe that prices will remain stable.
            市場和公眾將不再相信價格將仍然保持穩定。

            54. thank sb: ->be grateful to sb, feel/express/show gratitude to sb 感激某人,感謝某人,向某人致謝
            【例句】
            ①You should be grateful to him who gives you this opportunity.
            你應該感謝他,因為他給了你這個機會。
            ②The world must express its gratitude to Sri Lanka.
            世界必須向斯里蘭卡致謝

            55. think → argue 認為
            【例句】
            He argued that business schools could and should play a terrific role in raising the standard of management.
            他認為商業學校能夠而且應該在提高管理水準中扮演重大角色。

            56. though → despite the fact that 盡管
            【例句】
            She's taking her children on holiday, despite the fact that school starts tomorrow.
            她正帶著她的孩子去度假,盡管學校明天開學。

            57. be used to: -> be accustomed to 適應,習慣
            【例句】
            We were accustomed to studying in the library.
            我們習慣了再圖書館里學習。

            58. very adv.: -> extremely, exceedingly 非常地,極度地
            【例句】
            ①This decision is extremely unwise.
            這個決定非常不明智。
            ②He is exceedingly lean.
            他非常瘦。

            59. all over the world → on the earth/planet, across / all over / around / round / throughout + the earth / globe / planet / world, globally 全世界范圍內,全球
            【例句】
            ①What methods and models do scientists use to track the changes in temperature all over the earth?
            科學家用什么方法和模型來跟蹤全球范圍內的氣溫變化呢?
            ②Traditional medicines continue to thrive globally.
            傳統醫藥繼續在全球范圍內興盛。
            ③Obama is an inspiration to the youths all over the globe.
            奧巴馬是對全世界青年的一個激勵。

            60. want to do sth: aspire to do sth 渴望做某事
            【例句】
            The consulting firm aspires to hire top talents from a diverse set of backgrounds around the world.
            這家咨詢公司渴望雇到全世界有各種不同背景的頂尖人才。 


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