★publish v. 出版
Eg: They have already published the magazine.
= print vt.
Eg: the book has already been published.
The book has gone to press.
★fax n. 传真
sent a fax
★impatient adj. 不耐烦的
patient adj. 有耐心的
patiently adv. 有耐心地
impatient adj. 不耐烦的
impatiently adv. 不耐烦地
★fire v. 解雇
He was fired from his job.
The manager disissed him from his company.
sack(俚语) vt. 解雇，辞退
Eg: If you do it wrong again you will be sacked.
★originally adv. 起初，原先，从前
go to extremes 走极端
provide = supply 给…，提供（通常与介词搭配连用）
provede sb. With sth. / provide sth. for sb.
He provided them with a bed for the night.
He provided a bed for them for the night.
instruct sb. to do sth ==tell sb. formally to do sth. 正式告诉某人做某事
‘…a journalist had been instructed by a well-known magazine to write an article on the president's palace in a new African
主动语态：A well-known magazine instructed a journalist to write an article on the president's palace in a new African republic.’
The teacher instructed him to take the examination.
on ==about 侧重强调课题专一
A book on radio
When the article arrived = When the editor received the article
refuse to publish it
refuse: vt. 拒绝（态度严厉）
decline: vt. 婉言谢绝
repudiate: vt. 断然拒绝
which 指代the high wall
set out to do sth.==decide and try to do 决定，打算，着手做=set about doing
Eg: He set out to make his first 1,000,000 in 5 years
take sb. a long time to do sth. 某事花了某人很久的时间
It took me five days to write the article.
two more faxes = another two faxes
reluctantly = unwillingly 勉勉强强地，不情愿地
as it had originally been written = in its original way
not only 位于句首，必须采用倒装形式
The poor man had not only been arrested, but had been sent to prison as well.