1.blind a. 1.瞎的，盲的2.盲从的，盲目的
a blind alley 死胡同;前途暗淡
例句：I think you should change your job. Your present one seems to be a blind alley.
2.identify vt. 1.把…和…看成一样2.辨别，鉴别
to identify sth. 辨认某物
例句：They asked them to identify 4 musical instruments and then to say which they would be like to play most and which they would least like to play.
3.respond v. 应答，答复;响应
1.I was so disappointed to find that no one responded to my proposal.
2.My headache failed to respond to the doctor's drugs and massages.
4.think v. 觉得，考虑，分析;记得
think over 仔细分析，想了解
例句：She said she would have to think it over because she wasn't sure that she wanted to sell it after all.
A:I believe I deserve a higher salary.
B:Let me think it over.
to think 你想…
例句：1.To think I trusted you!
2.To think I was once interested in becoming a veterinarian.
3.To think he wanted to walk all the way to the park!
1.above prep.在…之上，高于 adv.高处
be head and shoulders above 比...高出大量
例句：In calculus, Susan is head and shoulders above her classmates.
2.period n. 时期，年代;句号，句点
exam period 考试周
A:Let's ask Professor Brown if she can give us the final exam during the last week of classes.
B:You mean instead of during the exam period? Not much chance of that.
3.put v. 放置，安排;表达;采用
put off 推迟;拖延
1.A:Did you finally finish the paper you want to present at the conference?
B:I put it off and now it's too late.
2.A:Bill, have you finished the research paper for anthropology?
B:Not yet. I always seem to put things off until the last minute.
3.A:I'm no expert. But that noise in your refrigerator doesn't sound good. Maybe you should call and have it checked out.
B:You are right. And I suppose I've put it off long enough.
4.result n. 结果，后果 vt. 产生，发生，后果是
as a result 因比
例句：1.As a result, the general picture of relations between workers and employers in Britain has gone from bad to worse.
2.As a result, there are a running club to join and numerous books and magazines to read about running.
3.The female lions are leaner and swifter, and as a result, are better hunters than the males.
1.away from 避开，防止;从…到…距离有多远
tear oneself away from...将自身从…拉走特别感兴趣，不愿放下不做)
A:Do you think Janet will spend a week in the country with us?
B:only if she can tear harself away from her books!
2.A:Is Louis going to join us for a short break?
B:Yes, if she can tear herself away from her studies.
2.get along 相处
例句：1.It's not bad. Sometimes Ed turns his radio up too loud or makes too much noise, then get angry. Sometimes I leave my books and clothes lying around and he gets angry But usually we get along.
2.They are getting along fine in their new school.
3.get back 返回
get back one's feet 完全康复
例句：After the operation, you will certainly get back on your feet.
4.more adj.更多的，额外的 adv. 更多地
1.A:Have you heard what George said behind you?
B:I coulah't care less.
2.A:How do you feel about your performance?
B:I could't feel better.
than necessary 比应该的更要…;太…
例句：The laboratory was colder than necessary.
6.term n. 学期，任期;友谊;地位;条件
term paper 学期论文
例句：1.Professor Cox said you can pick up your term paper today at her office.
2.You like researching term papers?
3.I had the department secretary type my term paper.
7.textbook n. 教科书，课本
out of textbooks 没有教科书了
例句：The bookstore is out of textbooks for French 102.