restless(不安)， vex (烦躁)-vexed embarrassing-embarrassment
Scare-scared, frighten-frightened panic (vt,使…恐慌, n, 恐慌)
fear (vt.n) horror –horrible
Be filled with /be full of terror/fear in a cold sweat
Be overwhelmed with terror/horror 吓懵了 be scared to death 吓得要死
1)feel one’s head spinning
Found herself trapped in theelevator alone, alone and the emergency call broken, she felt her headspinning, too scared to know what to do.
2) it never entered one’s head that 某人从未料想到
3) one’s head goes/went blank 脑子一片空白
It never entered her head that she would be followed by voyeur(偷窥狂). Her head just went blank, too panicto know what to do.
4)shake one’s head in terror/ panic/fear
She shook her head violently in panic when the nurse was preparingto give her a injection.
5) hair stand on end 头发立起来了
The horrible scene made my hair stand on end
1)One’s face flush/burn with nervousness/embarrassment脸红
Jack’s face flushed/burnt with nervousness when seeing his belovedgirl.
2) one’s face went/goes pale with fright/terror
Seeing the tiger approaching, the man’s face went pale with greatterror.
Her face went pale and stood there tongue-tied.
3） cold sweat well up all over one’s forehead. 额头直冒冷汗
With the end of the exam approaching, he grew increasingly anxious,cold sweat welling up all over his forehead but he was too busy to finish thepaper.
1)Drop one’s eyes/head with terror/scare/ panic.
Ben looked at me in horror for a moment and dropped his eyes.
2)dare not look into /straight into one’s eyes. 不敢直视某人的眼睛
Seized by nervousness, he dare not look into his father’s eyes.Instead, he grasped his schoolbag, going to his bedroom.
3)Shut one’s eye tightly 紧闭双眼
The moment her Gaokao score was to appear on the screen, she shuther eyes tightly, too nervous to face it.
4） full of terror /horror
He turned to me, with eyes full of terror.
1)Bite one’s lip 咬唇
The candidate bitten his lips heavily, hoping to release hisnervousness a bit and clam himself down.
2)Hold one’s breath
Grasp for breath
He hidden himself under the bed, holding breath with great panicand finally, the murder’s footsteps faded away, he crawled out, grasping forbreath.
3)One’s heart be in one’s mouth 紧张得心都到了嗓子眼
I was so nervous that my heart was in my mouth when I entered myteacher’s office.
4)Squeeze a smile/ manage asmile nervously/ embarrassingly
Everyone was roaring with laughter except the actor on the stage whosqueezed a smile with great embarrassment .
5)One’s throat tightened / tongue tightened 脖子/舌头发紧
I felt so scared/nervous that my throat /tongue tightened.
6)Fumble words with greatpanic /nervousness (支支吾吾)
I fumbled words with great nervousness while having an interview.
The pounding in my ear screened out of the voice of others. Only a few words somehow filtered through.我脑子一直嗡嗡作响，几乎听不见别人的声音。只有只言片语进入了我的脑子。
1)clasp one’s hands 紧握双手
2)the hand/hands shake/tremble
I clasped my hands behind my back, so he couldn’t see themshaking/trembling.
3）Squeeze one’s hand/wrist/thigh 掐手/腰/大腿
To release his nervousness, he squeezed his hand so hard that itached.
4)Cold sweat well up in hispalm 手心直冒汗 one’s palms be in cold sweat.
One’s palms be sweating.手心冒汗
Seized by terror, his palms were in a cold sweat.
I was seized by a strong sense of horror and my palms were sweating.
1)Stand rooted to theground 愣在原地
2)Frozen to the ground/spot 愣在原地
3)Knees(膝盖) feel weak as if they were made ofrubber. 膝盖发软
Overwhelmed with terror, he stood rooted to the ground and felt hisknees as weak as rubbers.
4）walk up and down restlessly
His face looked pale andhe walked up and down restlessly in my room.
5） didn’t have the nerve to move an inch .一点都不敢动
I didn’t have the nerveto move an inch and I was shaking like I had rubber bones.
6）Run/rush /with great terror/panic
He ran/rush down the street with great panic
7）Flee /flee away (过去式：fled)
The boy fled away with great panic
1） one’s heart pound /pounded wildly 疯狂跳
2） one’s blood run cold 血液变凉了
3） fear strikes/struck intoone’s heart 恐惧直击心灵
The horrible scene made my blood run cold and my heart pound wildlywith the fear striking into my heart.
1）I shook all over in cold sweat. 全身冒冷汗
2）she shook all over, feeling like sitting on pins and needles(如坐针毡)
3) A flood of terror well up in me
Walter John was a 20-year-old college student from Homewood,Alabama. As a young man in college far away from home, hedidn’t have much money. He had to work part-time to cover his living costs.Recently he gave up his part-time job in the fast-food business andfound a new one at a home-moving company called Bellhops.The pay for his new job was higher, and John gained more flexibility with hishours, which allowed him to focus on his studies a bit more. He wanted to do everything hecould to secure this new employment opportunity,so he thought he had to try his best tomake sure that everything would go well on his first day!
But sometimes, life hits you unexpectedly. A day before John beganhis new job, his car broke down! With little money to hisname, he couldn’t have his car repaired at the garage. None of his friends were able totake him to work. What was worse, the public transportation was not running at hisworking time. If he took a taxi, it would cost him half his salary. Therefore, he decided towalk to the company.
In order to get there by six in the morning, he thought that the safest way would be to leave at midnight. John even challengedhimself to arrive there one hour earlier. Even though it seemed like such a far walk, Johnknew he was fit enough to do it. This was challenging, but John knew it was possible.He grabbed his wallet and his phone and left his apartment. As soonas he stepped out of the door, he realized that walkingalone in the dark at midnight can be dangerous.
Moreover, he had to walk through a largewood as well as many blocks of the city. Therefore, he went back to take a bat (球棒) and a kitchen knife for safetypurposes. In case a wild animal or some bad personattacked him, at least he would have something for protection.
1. 续写词数应为 150 左右：
P1: Finally John started his long walk.
P2: At that time, a car was drawing closer.
Possible version 1
Finally John started hislong walk. Soon, he finished the blocks and was entering the wood. The wholewoods were covered in the dime moonlight and dead silence except some suddencracks from the distant unknown birds. Horror crept on John. He quickened hisfootsteps, and even ran through the path. One hour later, he was close to theedge of the woods, so exhausted that he decided to sit down for a rest. Suddenly,an animal’s roar came out behind. He turned back and was shocked to find twowolves were glaring at him. He lifted his feet to run but was desperate to findhis leg was trembling violently and felt weak as if they were made of noodles.He tried hard to reach his kitchen knife and the bat with his shaking hands.The wolves were approaching alarmingly. He was on the verge of breaking,shutting his eyes tightly, tears welling up.
At that time, a car was drawing closer. As if grabbing the laststraw of hope, John sprang up, throwing the knife and bat, running wild, yellingand waving at the car. Soon, the flashing lights were turning on and so did thehorn. Wolves seemed to be scared, stopped alertly but grumbled behind. John waspicked up by the car. The car owner was a middle -aged gentleman, who askedwhat had happened to John and why he risked himself in such an early hour. Johntold him how much he treasured the job and what a tough life he was living.Half hour later, they stopped in front of a building. John got off the car andwas about to thank the gentleman who was putting on his uniform when he spottedthe logo on it “Bellhops”. He fixed inastonishment but before he could utter a word, the gentleman pat his shoulder”hi, young man, let’s have a taste at my company’s breakfast! ”