1.A White Heron
2.The Nutrients in Food
3.Creativity Will Dominate Our Time
4.I Havea Dream
6.Ecosystems in and out of Balance
7.Kidwith a Knife(PartⅠ)
8.Kidwith a Knife(PartⅡ)
9.You Call This a Mugging?
10.Man Searches for Lifein Space
11.Journey to the Bottom of the Earth
13.On the Seventh Day of the Christmas
14.The Borrowed Daughter
15.The Nigth Before Christmas
16.A Boywith a Mission
17.This Boys Life
18.My Brother Way
19.The Brewers Son
20.When the Wolf Wasat the Door
21.The Spark She Cant Explain
22.Dollys False Legacy
23.Unlock Your Own Creatiovity
24.Sleepa and Dreams
5. The bottom line is that the state is trying to save the lives of these teens so that they cancontinue to have social lives for many years to come. (L. 90)
Paraphrase:The most important thing is that the state is trying to protect these teensfrom traffic accidents, so they can continue to enjoy their social lives wellinto the future.
6. Parents will have to find more time in their busy schedules to make sure that their teens getfrom one place to another. (L. 94)
Paraphrase:Parents will have to set aside more time from their busy timetable to offerlifts to their children.
Key to th Exercises
Ⅰ. 1.C 2. B 3. C 4. A
6. The Next Society
1. Peter F. Drucker
Peter F. Drucker (1909-) is a writer, teacher, and consultant specializing in strategyand policy for businesses and social sector organizations. He has consulted with many ofthe world's largest corporations as well as with nonprofit organizations, small and en-trepreneurial companies, and with agencies of the U.S. government. He has alsoworked with free-world governments such as those of Canada, Japan, and Mexico. Aprolific writer on subjects relating to society, economics, politics and management,Mr. Drucker has published 30 books which have been translated into more than twentylanguages. He has been an editorial columnist for the Wall Street Journal and a fre-quent contributor to the Harvard Business Review and other periodicals.