【课本习题】人教版 必修一 Unit 5
Unit5课内练习答案（P35Ex.1） 1T 2F 3T 4T 5F 6F
2.P35Ex.2 1. Elias visited Nelson Mandela because he needed legal help. He w
as not legally allowed to work without a passbook. He did not have one because he was not born in Johannesburg. Nelson Mandela was able to help him get the passbook. 2. Mandela helped black people by offering guidance to them on legal problems. This prevented them from being badly treated by the government. 3. Elias felt upset / angry about the unfair situation black people faced. He tells us in the story that black people could not choose where to live, his job or his homeland outside the city. 4. Nelson Mandela turned to violence because he felt there was no other way of changing this unfair situation.
3.P35Ex.3 1940 Elias was born 1946 Elias began school 1948 Elias left school 1952 Elias went to Nelson Mandela for advice
4.P36Ex.1 1league 2guidance 8principle 9mankind
3outof work 10youth
6.P36Ex.3 lawyer mankind attacked hopeful
violence legal vote worried about active
7.P37Ex.2 1. The mines where I worked were 9 km from my home. 2. The reason why I got a job was because of my hard work. 3. The time when I arrived was late at night. 4. The government building where we voted was very tall. 5. The date when I joined the ANC Youth League was the 5th of August.
8.P37Ex.3 1. I lived 2. I was staying 3. I worked 4. all my letters were sent 5. I did research 6. the government heard the bad news
9.P38Ex.2 The main idea is the three reasons why Elias joined the ANC Youth League.
12.Workbook 练习答案（P69Ex.1） 1F William Tyndale wrote the first English Bible. 2F He was born in the fifteenth century. 3T 4T 5F Everybody in England loved the Bible written by William Tyndale.
13.P69Ex.2 London fifteenth words expressions
14.P69Ex.3 1. The king was not happy because he did not want the people to read the Bible in English. (He wanted to have power over what people thought about Christianity. He knew that when people read the Bible for themselves they could decide for themselves. He was right because once people did read the translated Bible, they started arguing with the traditional way of understanding it. 2. He was put in prison and later killed. 3. They love his work very much. His Bible is still the most popular and his words are still used today.
15.P70Ex.1 youth be educated completed selflessly
worried about advised taught accepted As a matter of fact devoted peacefully
16.P70Ex.2 1. As a matter of fact, parents don’t want their children to be in trouble. 2. After Mandela came to power and became president, his government did their best to change the unfair situation for black people. 3. Robert was sentenced to three years in prison for stealing and released a month ago. 4. He begged me to let him join the club we have just set up. 5. As they were out of work, Mr and Mrs Black had to turn to their relatives for help. 6. John wanted to give 100 yuan as a reward to the taxi driver who had found his wallet. 7. If you fail, you shouldn’t lose heart. 8. After the attack, her eyes filled with terror every time she saw a dog.
17.P70Ex.3 Positive: intelligent bright smart sociable generous sincere frank devoted friendly active Negative: brainless quarrelsome simple-minded lazy stupid cold selfish
kind-hearted hard-working cruel stubborn
out-going ambitious mean
18.P71Ex.1 1.why I had to stay in the hospital for so long 2. where she was close to the sea 3. when natural disasters happened one after another 4. on which many beautiful peach flowers were shown 5. which was built sixty years ago 6. that his head teacher gave him during his three years of study in senior high school 7. who is well remembered by the Chinese people 8. who had been helping him and supporting him for such a long time 9. which is so far from your family
19.P71Ex.2 1. Dr Bethune, whose grandfather was also a well-known doctor, was born in Gravenhurst, Ontario,Canada. 2. Bethune was shocked by the terrible life of the poor children, for whom he created a free art school inMontreal. 3. After graduation Bethune moved to Monteal, where he gave free medical care to poor people. 4. Dr Bethune died from blood poisoning in 1939 and was buried in Shijiazhuang, which is a long way from his homeland. 5. Bethune left for China in 1938, when the war between China and Japan was under way. 6. After Norman Bethune died Chairman Mao Zedong wrote an article in which he praised
Bethune’s excellent qualities. 7. Henry Norman Bethune was a Canadian doctor who is known as “Bai Qiu-en” in China.
21.P72Ex.2 1. A point of view means one way of looking at things. 2. Because one person may not have seen everything that happened. 3. Because they each may have a different idea of the accident. Because they were in different places when the accident happened, they saw things differently.