音同異義配對學詞彙

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並列題名:Words in Pairs : learning vocabulary through homophones

作者:趙榮德著

出版年:2014[民103]

出版社:商務印書館(香港)

出版地:香港

格式:PDF,JPG

ISBN:978-962-07-7085-2 ; 962-07-7085-4

附註:部分內容為英文


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想英語學得好,掌握詞彙是重要的一步。本書提供學習詞彙的新方法,就是透過讀音相同、意義不同的“同音異義詞”(homophones) 來學習詞彙。

  • Try it!(p.ix)
  • Answers(p.x)
  • 學習 homophones 有甚麼好處?(p.1)
  • 認識 puns:“Nothing to lose but your chains.”(p.3)
  • 1 economic aid, a senior aide(p.4)
  • 2 infirmities that ail us, the bitter taste of ale(p.5)
  • 3 thrown to the air, heir to the throne(p.7)
  • 4 all its bearings, play with an awl(p.8)
  • 5 allowed us to speak aloud(p.9)
  • 6 alter your life, the altar(p.10)
  • 7 an arc of light, Noah’s Ark(p.11)
  • 8 aren’t going to, cabled her aunt(p.13)
  • 9 up in arms, live on alms(p.14)
  • 10 rapid ascent, have his assent(p.15)
  • Practice 1(p.17)
  • Answers(p.17)
  • 11 an aural delight, an oral message(p.18)
  • 12 kept him in awe, stick one’s oar in(p.19)
  • 13 bail the project out, bale hay(p.20)
  • 14 bald words, bawled at us(p.21)
  • 15 band together, be banned from athletics(p.23)
  • 16 an oil baron, a barren island(p.24)
  • 17 get to the first base, a bass voice(p.25)
  • 18 be that as it may, have (got) a bee in one’s bonnet(p.26)
  • 19 old bean, has been and won(p.27)
  • 20 bear a grudge, in bare feet(p.29)
  • Practice 2(p.31)
  • Answers(p.31)
  • 21 beat it, sweet corn and beet(p.32)
  • 22 give a wide berth to someone, give birth to something(p.33)
  • 23 grab a bite, stored … byte(p.34)
  • 24 blew all the fuses, feel blue(p.35)
  • 25 bore into you, chase a boar(p.37)
  • 26 born and bred, couldn’t have borne to be alone(p.38)
  • 27 bow to that bough(p.39)
  • 28 The boys in blue, kept the buoys in line(p.41)
  • 29 on the bread line, thoroughbred(p.42)
  • 30 break in, brake at every bend(p.43)
  • Practice 3(p.45)
  • Answers(p.45)
  • 31 brewed a pot of coffee, brood on rows(p.46)
  • 32 bridle at the suggestion, a bridal shower(p.47)
  • 33 worth a browse, raised his brows(p.48)
  • 34 build up character, be billed as something(p.49)
  • 35 bury one’s head in the sand, berry picking(p.50)
  • 36 bust your knee, bussed in(p.51)
  • 37 fly by, buy something(p.53)
  • 38 under canvas, canvass for(p.54)
  • 39 the carrot and the stick, a carat(p.55)
  • 40 cash cow, a cache of illegal guns(p.56)
  • Practice 4(p.59)
  • Answers(p.59)
  • 41 wear a cast, a reliable indication of caste(p.60)
  • 42 without good cause, remove cores(p.61)
  • 43 impose a ceiling, sealing the flasks(p.62)
  • 44 cereal product, adventure serial(p.63)
  • 45 conquer a fear, the conker season(p.65)
  • 46 a city council, counsel of your elders(p.66)
  • 47 change course, coarse language(p.67)
  • 48 got caught, on court(p.68)
  • 49 cruise ship, the crews of ships(p.70)
  • 50 a strong current, a currant bun(p.71)
  • Practice 5(p.73)
  • Answers(p.73)
  • 51 has / have seen better days, in a complete daze(p.74)
  • 52 be a dear, The Deer Hunter(p.75)
  • 53 desert someone, What’s for dessert?(p.76)
  • 54 avoid the draft, take a deep draught(p.77)
  • 55 after due consideration, morning dew(p.79)
  • 56 earn some money to buy an urn(p.80)
  • 57 faint voices, make a feint(p.81)
  • 58 long fair hair, full fare(p.82)
  • 59 a twist of fate, the school fête(p.84)
  • 60 a wonderful father, go farther(p.85)
  • Practice 6(p.87)
  • Answers(p.87)
  • 61 land on one’s feet, a brilliant feat of something(p.88)
  • 62 dress with flair, the flare of the match(p.89)
  • 63 a flawed argument, the question floored him(p.90)
  • 64 come into flower, tablespoons of flour(p.91)
  • 65 has got flu, her hand flew to her mouth(p.92)
  • 66 for you, come to the fore(p.94)
  • 67 fought for a place, defend the fort(p.95)
  • 68 foul mouth, a fowl scratched for…(p.96)
  • 69 make the fur fly, fir trees(p.97)
  • 70 gamble on a recovery, gambol with newborn lambs(p.98)
  • Practice 7(p.100)
  • Answers(p.100)
  • 71 in great spirits, grate on(p.101)
  • 72 with a groan, have grown big(p.102)
  • 73 be my guest, you’ve guessed it(p.103)
  • 74 a sense of guilt, the gilt of the ring(p.104)
  • 75 hail a taxi, for the hale and hearty(p.105)
  • 76 get in somebody’s hair, as fast as a hare(p.107)
  • 77 the dining hall, a long haul(p.108)
  • 78 a folk heroine, smuggled out heroin(p.109)
  • 79 hi, in high spirits(p.110)
  • 80 a hymn of praise, it was him(p.111)
  • Practice 8(p.113)
  • Answers(p.113)
  • 81 eat a horse, in a hoarse voice(p.114)
  • 82 May I, catch his eye(p.115)
  • 83 idle curiosity, the idol of his family(p.116)
  • 84 be in colour, a village inn(p.117)
  • 85 wait on the quay, a key issue(p.118)
  • 86 He who knows and knows that he knows, …her nose is bleeding(p.120)
  • 87 memory lane, has lain idle(p.121)
  • 88 practise law, in theatrical lore(p.122)
  • 89 a leak of gas, the stuffing of pork and leek(p.123)
  • 90 at the least sign of trouble, leased my house to(p.124)
  • Practice 9(p.127)
  • Answers(p.127)
  • 91 led a demonstration, lead is a poison…(p.128)
  • 92 lent colour to, leant forward to(p.129)
  • 93 skip lesson, lessen the pain(p.130)
  • 94 trading links, the lynx-eyed scrutiny(p.131)
  • 95 on loan, lone drivers(p.133)
  • 96 divide the loot, the strings of the lute(p.134)
  • 97 Praise the Lord, laud the brave feats(p.135)
  • 98 made no attempt to, nag at the maid(p.136)
  • 99 main gripe, a mane of white hair(p.137)
  • 100 by mail, male preserve(p.139)
  • Practice 10(p.141)
  • Answers(p.141)
  • 101 friendly manner, an English manor house(p.142)
  • 102 martial arts, marshal support(p.143)
  • 103 the election of the mayor, a mare(p.144)
  • 104 a mean trick, serious mien(p.145)
  • 105 win the medal, meddle in my affairs(p.146)
  • 106 meet the needs of, no real meat in his speech(p.147)
  • 107 rust like metal, prove her mettle(p.149)
  • 108 be of like mind, be heavily mined(p.150)
  • 109 coal miners, sell alcohol to minors(p.151)
  • 110 missed the runway, mist lingered(p.153)
  • Practice 11(p.155)
  • Answers(p.155)
  • 111 mode of attire, the lawn be mowed(p.156)
  • 112 this morning, in mourning(p.157)
  • 113 take a lot of muscle, garnished with mussel(p.158)
  • 114 the Muse of Poetry, the cat mews(p.159)
  • 115 If need be, knead it well(p.160)
  • 116 new entrants, I knew…(p.161)
  • 117 Not surprisingly, undo this knot(p.163)
  • 118 or else, iron ore(p.164)
  • 119 his finest hour, the rest of our lives(p.165)
  • 120 overseas aid, oversees the work(p.167)
  • Practice 12(p.169)
  • Answers(p.169)
  • 121 in pain, frosty pane(p.170)
  • 122 pair off, picked a pear(p.171)
  • 123 a discerning palate, a cargo pallet(p.172)
  • 124 deadly pale, a pail of water(p.173)
  • 125 pander to her every whim, the giant panda(p.174)
  • 126 past her youth, passed by(p.176)
  • 127 paste up, paced the floor(p.177)
  • 128 at peak hours, out of pique(p.178)
  • 129 peel off, a peal of laughter(p.179)
  • 130 peer group, on the pier(p.181)
  • Practice 13(p.183)
  • Answers(p.183)
  • 132 phase in, faze him(p.185)
  • 133 pidgin English, a homing pigeon(p.186)
  • 134 on a friendly plane, made it plain(p.187)
  • 135 as you please, pleas for help(p.188)
  • 136 a plum job, plumb the mystery(p.190)
  • 137 a recent poll, around the pole(p.191)
  • 138 pour out his troubles, pore over the problem(p.192)
  • 139 jump the queue, takes his cue(p.193)
  • 140 cataracts of rain, rein in your temper(p.195)
  • Practice 14(p.197)
  • Answers(p.197)
  • 141 raise me up, the sun’s rays(p.198)
  • 142 raw talent, the lion’s roar(p.199)
  • 143 read the situation, in the red(p.200)
  • 144 in the sack, a closed sac(p.202)
  • 145 set sail, make a sale(p.203)
  • 146 see you home, overlooking the sea(p.204)
  • 147 cede the point, seed money(p.206)
  • 148 things seem bad, ripped at the seam(p.207)
  • 149 have seen better days, shoot this scene(p.208)
  • 150 sees a thousand graces, seize the gun(p.209)
  • Practice 15(p.211)
  • Answers(p.211)
  • 151 sell these cars, put into the cell(p.212)
  • 152 temperature sensor, …banned by the censor(p.213)
  • 153 sent up smoke, off the scent(p.214)
  • 154 sheer boredom, shear sheep(p.215)
  • 155 shoot the film, slide down the chute(p.216)
  • 156 on your side, sighed with relief(p.218)
  • 157 a common sight, cite Scripture(p.219)
  • 158 forego their sleighs, envy slays the simple(p.220)
  • 159 a tall tale, wagged its tail(p.221)
  • 160 taught us, the rope is taut(p.223)
  • Practice 16(p.225)
  • Answers(p.225)
  • 161 tee off, a lot of tea(p.226)
  • 162 the winning team, tourists teem in the streets(p.227)
  • 163 shed no tears, two tiers of management(p.228)
  • 164 their illnesses, agree with you there(p.229)
  • 165 occur through human error, threw her books(p.231)
  • 166 tick along fine, nervous tic(p.232)
  • 167 tied up the tide(p.233)
  • 168 for a long time, rosemary and thyme(p.234)
  • 169 the use of the hall, ewes from the lambing field(p.236)
  • 170 a vain effort, a weather vane(p.237)
  • Practice 17(p.239)
  • Answers(p.239)
  • 171 just you wait, lost weight(p.240)
  • 172 wore her hair in braids, war and famine(p.241)
  • 173 warn against, was worn out(p.242)
  • 174 waste your breath, around the waist(p.244)
  • 175 a wave of horror, waive trial(p.245)
  • 176 in a way, weigh yourself(p.246)
  • 177 week in and week out, a weak speller(p.247)
  • 178 soaking wet, whet your appetite(p.249)
  • 179 a whale of a time, wail with terror(p.250)
  • 180 what awful weather, a 60-watt soft light bulb(p.251)
  • Practice 18(p.253)
  • Answers(p.253)
  • 181 where it’s at, porcelain ware(p.254)
  • 182 Whether you like it or not, at the mercy of the weather(p.255)
  • 183 I forget which, the heartless witch(p.256)
  • 184 the whole thing, a hole in his argument(p.258)
  • 185 whose turn, who’s been working(p.259)
  • 186 wield a pen, wheeled the baby(p.260)
  • 187 the whine of the motors, the wine complements the food(p.261)
  • 188 traditions will wither, his whither(p.263)
  • 189 won’t miss anything, his wont(p.264)
  • 190 chips of wood, would relieve(p.265)
  • Practice 19(p.267)
  • Answers(p.267)
  • 191 wrap up the job, a sharp rap(p.268)
  • 192 wreak havoc, the reek of evil(p.269)
  • 193 the poor wretch, made me retch(p.270)
  • 194 wrote a cheque, by rote(p.271)
  • 195 wry smile, rye has many advantages(p.273)
  • 196 the yolk will curdle, a yoke of oxen(p.274)
  • 197 if you come back with a flea in your ear, an ewe lamb(p.275)
  • 198 a penny for your thoughts, a hero of yore(p.276)
  • Practice 20(p.278)
  • Answers(p.278)