II.T T F T T
1.Refer to Paragraphs 4,9,1
2. They are, first, to stand firmly for your convictions in the
face of personal pressure; second, always to give others credit that is rightfully theirs;
and third, to be honest and open about what you really are
2.Refer to Paragraph 8. the author concludes that you can’t give in when you know you are
3.Refer to Paragraph 9. This example shows that you should appreciate and accept those
who are smarter and brighter than you are.
4.Refer to Paragraph 12. They usually rely on external factors. They do so because,
neglecting the development of their inner value and personal growth, only their looks or status can make them feel good.
5.Refer to Paragraph 14 They are self-respect and a clear conscience.
6.Refer to the last paragraph. A life of principle will always win the day without
succumbing to the seductive sirens of an easy morality, and will take you forward into the 21st century without having to check your tracks in a rearview mirror.
IV. 1. Integrity means having one’s own norms and rules of judging what is right, what is wrong, which one should not give up for immediate personal advantages. o
2. Integrity is rare at present.
3. An explanation was given for how all instruments and material were used and located
during an operation.
4. When you are right, you should insist.
5. Unavoidably they will do everything possible to keep their looks and status. Vocabulary exercises
I. 1. that is current
2. difficult to find or obtain
3. make an effort to attain
4. Insist on/ Stick to; despite/when faced with
5. Always recognize and praise rightly other s’ achievement
6. behave in a way that is natural, or normal
II. 1. appointed 2. politically 3. account for 4. succumbed to
9. challenge 10. seductive
III. D A B C B A C A
IV. 1. Morality; morality; ethics; ethics
2. demands; asked; asking; demanded
3. real; genuine; real; genuine
4. preserve; preserve; save; save
1. truthful, upright, frank
2. outer, external, exterior
3. rare, uncommon, scant
4. fire, sack, dismiss
5. resolutely, determinedly, unyieldingly