高级英语第三版第二册paraphrase

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1.And it is an activity only of humans.

And conversation is an activity found only among human beings.

2.Conversation is not for making a point.

Conversation is not for persuading others to accept our ideas or points of views.

3.In fact, the best conversationalists are those who are prepared to lose.

In fact , people who are good at conversation will not argue to win or force others to accept his ideas.

4.Bar friends are not deeply involved in each other s lives.

People who meet each other for a drink in a pub are not close friends for they are not deeply absorbed in each other’s private lives.

5.....it could still go ignorantly on ...

The conversation could go on without anybody knowing who was right or wrong.

6.There are cattle in the fields ,but we sit down to beef.

These animals are called cattle when they are alive and feed in the fields , but when we sit down at the table to eat, we call their meet beef.

7.The new ruling class had built a cultural barrier against him by building their French against his own language.

The new ruling class by using French instead of English made it hard for the English to accept or absorb the culture of the rulers.

8.English had come royally into its own.

English received proper recognition and was used by the King once more.

9.The phrase has always been used a little pejoratively and even facetiously by the lower classes.

The phrase , the King’s English ,has always been used disrespectfully and jokingly by the lower classes.(The working people often mock the proper and formal language of the educated people.)

10.The rebellion against a cultural dominance is still there.

As the early Saxon peasants , the working people still have a spirit of opposition to the cultural authority of the ruling class.

11.There is always a great danger that “ words will harden into things for us. ” There is always a great danger , as Carlyle put it , that we might forget that words are only symbols and take them for things they are supposed to represent.

1. The burying-ground is merely a huge waste of hummocky earth, like a derelict building-lot.

1.The buring-ground is nothing more than a huge piece of wasteland full of mounds of earth looking like a deserted and abandoned piece of land on which a building was going to be put up.

2. All colonial empires are in reality founded upon that fact.

2. All the imperialists build up their empires by treating the people in the colonies like animals (by not treating the people in the colonies as human beings).

3. They rise out of the earth, they sweat and starve for a few years, and then they sink back into the nameless mounds of the graveyard.

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