1. Ruth hesitated, uncertain of how to combine honesty and diplomacy in her answer.
露丝犹豫了，她不知道怎样回答才能既诚实又婉转。(be uncertain of ...不确定；不知道；combine...and/with...把...与...结合起来; 既...又...; diplomacy外交手腕 dɪˈpləʊməsi)
2. a dazzling array of flowers
一大片绚丽多彩的鲜花(dazzling 光彩夺目的;灿烂的ˈdæzliŋ He gave Alberg a dazzling smile.他冲着阿尔伯格粲然一笑)
3. There was a vast array of colours to choose from.
有各种各样的颜色可供选择。(a vast array of...大量的 əˈreɪ)
4. Susan flushed deeply and looked away.
苏珊脸涨得通红，目光转向别处。(sb flush deeply脸涨得通红flʌʃ; look away看别处)
5. He flushed angrily.
6. She felt a sudden flush of anger.
她突然感到一阵愤怒。(a flush of anger/embarrassment/ excitement相当于 a sudden feeling of ...一阵愤怒、尴尬、兴奋等)
7. I was overcome by an urge to cry.
我控制不住想大哭一场。(if someone is overwhelmed by an emotion, they feel it so strongly that they cannot think clearly 感情上使人感到不能自持，使不知所措)
8. Harriet was overwhelmed by a feeling of homesickness.
9. The children were overwhelmed with excitement.
10. Grief overwhelmed me.
11. You're not serious, are you? Ellen's jaw dropped.
你不是认真的，对吧?埃伦惊讶地张大了嘴。(sb's jaw dropped某人因惊讶或震惊张口结舌dʒɔ:)
12. He sneaked a look at her.
他偷偷地看了她一眼。(sneak a look /glance /peek at ...偷看一眼。I took a quick peek inside.我匆匆向里面偷看了一眼。)
13. Seeing her so upset really tore him apart.
看到她那么伤心，他感到很难受。(tear sb apart: to make someone feel extremely unhappy or upset 使心里不快；使极其难受)
14. She was torn between her love of dancing and her fear of performing in public.
她内心充满矛盾，既热爱舞蹈又害怕公开表演。 (if you are torn, you are unable to decide what to do because you have different feelings or different things that you want 左右为难，难以取舍；被折磨)
15. Jess was torn by anger and worry.
16. I shall never forget the generosity shown by local people.
我永远也不会忘记当地人的慷慨大方。(acts of generosity 慷慨之举; an act of great generosity 十分慷慨的行为; his generosity to the poor 他对穷人的慷慨)
17. It's been a hard few months, but we're finally beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
这几个月很艰难，但是我们终于见到曙光了。(light at the end of the tunnel 黑暗尽头的光明,指经历长期磨难后终于看到希望)
18. At last doctors have seen the light!
医生们终于明白过来了! (see the light: to suddenly understand something 忽然理解，顿悟)
19. A brick crashed through the window.
一块砖哗啦一声击穿了窗户。(to hit something or someone extremely hard while moving, in a way that causes a lot of damage or makes a lot of noise 很响地猛撞，猛击)
20. The plates went crashing to the ground.
21. A large branch came crashing down.
22. Thunder crashed and boomed outside.
外面雷声大作。(to make a sudden loud noise 发出巨响)
23. I felt tears well up in my eyes.
我感到泪水夺眶而出。(well/ well up 涌溢，开始流淌; Tears of joy flooded her eyes as she prayed silently: Thank you, God. Your love has spread through human hearts and hands. 喜悦的泪水溢出了她的眼睛， 她默默地祈祷着：谢谢您，上帝，你的爱已通过人类的心灵和双手传播了。)
24. Anger welled up within him.
他怒火中烧。(if a feeling wells or wells up in you, you start to feel it strongly 情绪变得强烈)
25. Once the deadline passed, everyone breathed a sigh of relief.
最后期限一过，大家都松了一口气。(breathe a sigh of relief 轻松地舒口气，松一口气)
26. She bowed her head and prayed.
她低头祈祷。(bow one's head 尤其是因为尴尬或难过或相信上帝而低头)
27. Phil stood; his head bowed in shame.
菲尔站在那里，羞愧地低着头。(in shame 羞愧地)
28. Dead leaves fluttered slowly to the ground.
枯叶缓缓飘落到地上。 (flutter 飘动，挥动，颤动ˈflʌtə Her eyelids fluttered but did not open. 她的眼皮动了一下，但没有睁开眼。)
29. The flag fluttered in the light breeze.
30. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.
31. What hurts is that he never even said goodbye.
令人伤心的是，他甚至没有和我道别。(What hurts is that 从句，使人伤心的是...)
32. It hurt me to think that you hated me.
想到你恨我，我就感到伤心。(it hurts (sb) to do sth...使人伤心)
33. Her voice was shaking as she announced the news.
她宣布这条消息的时候声音都在颤抖。(sb's voice shakes某人因担心﹑愤怒或害怕而嗓音发颤)
34. Reg's voice shook with rage.
雷吉气得声音都发抖了。(shake with rage气得声音都发抖)
35. His confidence was badly shaken.
他的自信心受到很大的打击。(shake sb's confidence /beliefs 动摇某人的信心/信仰等)
36. When asked if he wanted anything else, he just shook his head.
37. Mark shook his head in disbelief.
38. He warmly shook hands with me.
39. The little boy's hand was shaking.
40. I could see my neighbor shaking with laughter.
我看到邻居笑得浑身直抖。(shake with fear /laughter /anger...因...发抖)
41. She shook him to wake him up.
42. Shake the bottle before you open it.
43. The whole house started to shake.
44. His heart sank the way it always did when she left him.
他心情沉重，她离开他时他总是这样。 (your heart sinks 又作 your spirits sink 用于表示失去信心或希望，心情沉重，情绪低落)
45. She felt desperately tired, and her spirits sank.
46. Daniel slid out of the room when no one was looking.
47. She slid into the driver's seat.
她偷偷溜进驾驶座。(slide sth into / out of etc sth偷偷溜进入、溜出...)
48. A feeling of isolation swept over me.
忽然有一种孤独的感觉向我袭来。(sweep over sb 某种情感突然袭来)
49. His face wore a welcoming smile.
他脸上挂着热情的微笑。 (wear a smile/ frown /grin...面露，面带...表情)
50. Jo burst into the room.
乔冲进房间。(burst into sp冲进...)
51. The door burst open and Tom ran into the room.
52. He started to panic when he saw the gun.
53. Don't panic! We'll soon get you out of there.
54. The children fled in panic.
孩子们惊慌地逃走了。( in (a) panic惊慌地)
55. She got into a panic when she couldn't find the tickets.
她找不到票，慌了起来。(get into a panic感到惊慌)
56. She could sense her temper rising again.
她感觉到自己的脾气又上来了。(if a feeling or emotion rises, you feel it more and more strongly 感情或情绪变得强烈)
57. There was an atmosphere of rising excitement in the school.
58. The doctor sounded optimistic and John's hopes rose.
59. The chairman rose from his chair and came forward to greet her.
董事长从座位上站起身，上前迎接她。 (rise from the table / your chair从...站起身)
60. He put down his glass and rose to his feet.
他放下杯子站了起来。(rise to one's feet站起来)
61. If you work hard, you will get your reward.
62. The team have worked hard and their efforts have been rewarded with success.
球队很努力，他们的付出收获了成功。(be rewarded with sth: to achieve something through hard work and effort 得到回报；获得奖励)
63. Finally, Molly's patience was rewarded.
64. I leaped into the air with joy.
我开心得蹦了起来。(with / for joy开心地；the look of joy on her face 她脸上的喜悦表情)
65. She wept for joy.
66. We heard screams coming from the flat.
67. She saw the knife and let out a scream.
她看到刀，发出一声尖叫。 (let out a scream of laughter / terror...发出...尖叫声)
68. He fell back with a scream of terror and pain.
69. Get out! she screamed.
70. The police car approached, its siren screaming.
71. Failing an exam was a new experience for me.
72. This romantic evening cruise is a memorable experience.
这趟浪漫的乘船夜游是一次令人难忘的经历。(memorable / unforgettable experience令人难忘的经历)
73. Harry dashed off before she had a chance to thank him.
她还没来得及说声谢谢，哈里就匆匆离开了。(dash off: to leave somewhere very quickly 匆匆离开; dash into...冲进...)
74. Olive dashed into the room, grabbed her bag, and ran out again.
75. I glanced around me quickly. There was no one in sight.
76. Shut up, Boris said harshly.
77. At last, he could relax for a while.
78. He examined her thoroughly, talking softly all the while.
他给她作了彻底的检查，同时始终柔声细语地跟她交谈。(all the while始终,一直)
79. She continued working, all the while keeping an eye on the clock.
她继续工作，同时一直留神注意着时间。(keep an eye on...注意；留意)
80. She hung her head, not sure how to reply.
她垂下头，不知该如何回答。(hang your head to look ashamed and embarrassed 羞愧﹑尴尬地垂下头)
81. Daphne had hung her head in shame.
82. Tears of gratitude filled her eyes.
83. She had a deep gratitude towards David, but she did not love him.
84. The committee expressed its gratitude for the contribution he had made.
85. Will you let me take you out to dinner tomorrow in gratitude for what you've done?
为了感谢你所做的一切，我明天请你吃晚饭好吗？(in gratitude for sth为了感谢...)
86. She accepted his offer with gratitude.
87. When she saw his face, she was seized by fear.
她一看到他的脸，就感到无比恐惧。(be seized with/ by terror/ desire...: to suddenly be affected by an extremely strong feeling 充满了恐惧/欲望等)
88. I owe my parents a lot, he admitted.
我非常感激我的父母。他承认道。(owe sb a lot / owe sb a great deal非常感激...)
89. He chased the thief, tripped him up, and grabbed the camera.
他追上盗贼，把他绊倒后夺回了相机。(trip sb up绊倒)
90. He tripped and fell.