M：I’m thirsty, Mom. May I have some juice?
W: Yes, here you are.
1. What does the boy want to drink?
M: Mom, I’ve got full marks in the math exam!
W: Well done!
2. How does the boy feel?
W: What are you going to do this weekend, Jim?
M: I’ll stay at home and watch TV.
3. What is Jim going to do this weekend?
M: Can I help you?
W: I’d like a pair of shoes in Size 7.
4. Where are they talking?
W: David, what do you want to be when you grow up?
M: My father wants me to be a reporter, but I prefer to be a doctor.
5. What does David want to be when he grows up?
M: Lucy, I hear you’re moving to Beijing.
W: Yes. My father has got a job there.
M: Oh, that’s great! But I will miss you.
W: Me, too. Let’s keep in touch.
M: OK. Don’t forget to call me when you get there.
W: I won’t. See you later.
6. Which city is Lucy moving to?
7. Why is Lucy moving?
W: Hello! May I speak to Tom, please?
M: Sorry. He is out for lunch. Shall I take a message for him?
W: Yes. This is jack. Will you please tell him to see me at 4 o’clock this afternoon?
M: Sure. But does he know where to see you?
W: Oh, not really. I’ll wait for him at my office. Thank you.
M: You’re welcome. Bye-bye.
8. What is Tom doing?
9. When does Jack want Tom to see him?
10. Where is Jack going to see Tom?
Liangliang was a five-year-old Chinese boy. He lived in a small town. He liked listening to stories and playing games. He was clever and ready to learn anything new. When he began to learn English, he became interested in it. He learned to sing the ABC song and count in English. One day when his mother, a nurse in a hospital, came home from work, he went up to her, looked up and said, “Mum, I can speak English!” The mother was very happy and asked him to say something in English. Liangliang smiled and said, “I love you!” His mother was so excited that she replied at once, “I love you, too!” To the mother’s surprise, the boy said in a loud voice, “I love you three! Four! Five!”
11. How old was Liangliang?
12. Where did Liangliang live?
13. What was his mother?
14. What did the boy say to his mother?
15. What kind of boy do you think Liangliang was?
Susan is my friend from America. She is 14 years old now. She is interested in science and good at it. Every summer she travels with her parents. She believes that traveling is an important part in her life. Of all the places she has visited, she likes London best because it is both modern and beautiful. She has learnt that china is a large country with lots of interesting places. This July, her family are coming to China. I’m very happy to know that they will first come to my city. They will stay here for 3 days. I will show them around the city. Then they will fly to Beijing. I’m sure they will have a nice time in China.
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June 26th, 2007
How is everything going? I’d like to introduce my best friend, Tian Tian, to you. She is 16 years old. She is a lovely girl with a round face and big eyes. She is very kind and easy to get along with. She likes reading and music, and she is especially good at playing the piano. Her favourite subjects are physics and chemistry.
Now she is going to George Spencer School in England to study for one year. I hope you can be good friends. She is arriving at Heathrow Airport at 4 pm on Aug. 1st.
Will you please be kind enough to meet her at the airport? Many thanks.