A. went to see the doctor B. was not afraid
A. The first day's work
C. All the dentist's work
A. No, he didn't.
A. A long time ago. B. After he paid him.
——I have a sore throat.
A. feeling best
C feel best
A. cold B. stomachache
A. eat a lot of food
C. lie down and rest
——Yes, you' re right.
A. too many
A. to keep
——Yes, music is relaxing.
A. stressed out
——Of course you can.
——I agree with you.
——But we can watch NBA games at home.
——Yes. I worked_______
A. Because he passed the exam yesterday
B. Because his family are really nice
C. That sounds like a good idea
D. Because his Chinese isn' t improving
It was very cold outside my car.I did not want to get out of it 41 we passed by a cafe.Suddenly I noticed a short old man,42 with some bits of cloth , shaking with the cold.He was waiting for anyone who would 43 him a coin or a cup of hot coffee.
C.Take it easy
This is a song millions of Americans will hear this New Year's Eve. lt ls called Auld Lang Syne (《友谊地久天长》).It is the traditional music played during the New Year's celebration. Auld I.ang Syne is an o1d Scot tish poern. It teIls about the need to remember old friends.
The words "auld lang syne" mean "old long since". No one knows who wrote the Poem first. However, a version(译文) by Scottish Poet Robert Burns was pubIished (出版 ) in l796. Thc words and msuic we know today first appeared in a songbook three years later.Thc song is playcd in thc Unitedl States mainly on New Year's Eve. Thc version you are
A. a newspaper
A. Robort Burns
A. on Ncw Year's Eve
Your schooldays should be some of the best and happiest days of your life. You shouldn't waste this wonderful opportunity to learn.Here is our advice for you to have a happy school life.
Advice 6 Talk about problems. —sometimes
A. regard school as a camp
B. do more difficult things
C.show interest in school subjects
A. you can rest
B. you can do your homework tomorrow
C.you're still supposed to study hard
B.not think about food in class
A. Advice 3.
2,000 years ago
There were only 250 million people on the earth.
400 years ago
The number was (66) _______ 500 million.
At the beginning of (67)___________
The world's population was about 1,700 million.
By the end of the 20th century
A UN report said that the world population had passed (68 )________ .
By the year 2010
It (69 )_________seven billion
73.如果你不舒服，你就得去看医生。（see the doctor）
76.Here are two fathers and two sons .How many people at least（至少）are there?___
77.What must you do before you return a book to the library?
78.Why is a river rich?
79.Each bottle of orange juice is $l. Two empty bottles can change one bottle of orange.If you have $20, how many bottles of orange juice can you drink at most?
80.From what number can you take half(一半) and leaving nothing?
（Huang Lei and Li Ying are meeting on the street.）
Huang Lei: Hi, Li Ying .I haven't seen you for a 1ong time. 81.______________
Li Y ing:Oh,I have been to Japan. I have just come back.
Huang Lei :Really?
Li Yirig :I went there three months ago.
Li Ying: Nobody with me. I went to join in a music competition.
Huang Lei:Have you ever been abroad?
Huang Lei: That is a good idea.Nowadays great changes have taken place in China. More and more children stutly 85___________________________
Li Ying:Wonderful! I went to many places in Japan and took a lot of photos there.Do
Huang Lei :Why not?Let's go right now.
64. like …or
66. over\more than
67. the 21th.
68. six billion
69. may be
70. You should have some hot tea with honey.
71. I hope you will feel better soon.
72. You shouldn’t eat anything for two hours.
73. If you don’t feel well, you should see the doctor.
74. I’m sorry to hear that you are ill.
75. It’s important to eat a balanced diet.
76. Three 77. Borrow a book from the library
78. Because it has two banks
81. Where have you been?
82. When did you go there?
83. Whom did you go with?
84. No,I haven’t.
85. How was your trip?
Text 1. W : Do you like bread, Bob?
M: Yes, but I like milk best. How about you, Jean?
W : I like tea best.
Q:What does Jean like best?
Text 2. M: You mustn't read in bed, Wei Fang.
W: Why not?
M:Because it's bad for your eyes.
Q:What's bad for Wei Fang's eyes?
Text 3. W :Where were you yesterday, Jim?
M: I was ill in bed. I couldn't go to school.
W :Are you feeling better now?
M:Yes, thank you.
Q:Where was Jim yesterday?
Text 4. W: Hi, Bruce. What's wrong?
M: I have a toothache.
W : Did you see the dentist?
M: Yes, but Doctor Li wasn't at work then. I will go there this afternoon again.
Q: Did Bruce see Doctor Li this morning?
Text 5. W: How are you feeling now, Michael?
M: Much better, but I have a terrible cough.
W :Don't worry, take these pills three times a day.
M : Thanks.
Q: What's the matter with Michael now?
Text 6. W : Do you often watch TV for a long time, Mike?
M: Yes, I always have a headache.
W : I think you should go to bed early tonight and you'll feel better tomorrow.
Q: What does the woman suggest Mike to do tonight?
Text 7. W : Ellen is the healthiest girl in our class.
M: I think so. She drinks enough water every day.
W : Really? Why?
M: Water can help your body in many ways.
Q: Why is Ellen so healthy?
Text 8. W: I called you at half past nine last night, but you were out.
M: I was at the theatre, but I came back after fifteen minutes.
Q: When did he come back last night?
Text 9. W : What food do you like best, David?
M: I like chicken and rice.
W: How often do you eat them
M: At least four times a month.
Q: How many times does David eat his favorite food a month?
M:What's the matter?
W:I have a fever.
M:Yes, you don't look well. You should drink lots of water.
W:Yes, you're right.
Girl: What's the matter?
Boy: I have a stomachache.
Girl: That's too bad. You should lie down and rest. And don't eat anything for two hours.
Boy: I guess I should.
Mom: What's the matter, Gina?
Gina: I'm tired.
Mom. Well, you should go to bed early.
Gina:: That sounds like a good idea.
Mom. You certainly shouldn't go to that party tonight.
Gina:: I guess you're right.
Bill: What's the matter,Tony?
Tony: I'm stressed out.
Bill: You should listen to some music.
Tony: That sounds like a good idea.
Bill: And relax, you shouldn't study tonight.
Tony: Okay. I think I'll stop.
Bill: What's the matter, Julie?
Julie: I'm thirsty.
Bill: You should have a drink.
Julie: I guess you're right.
Bill: What's the matter, Alan?
Alan: I'm hungry.
Bill: You should eat an apple.
Alan: That's a good idea.
Alan: You shouldn't play soccer before dinner.
Mr Robinson never went to see a dentist, because he was afraid, but when his teeth began aching a lot, he had to see a dentist. The dentist did a lot of work in his mouth for a long time. On the last day Mr Robinson said to him, "How much is all the work going to cost? "Twenty-five pounds. "said the dentist.But he did not ask him for the money. After a month Mr Robinson phoned the dentist and said: "You haven't asked me for any money for your work. "" Oh. "the dentist answered," I never ask a gentleman for money. " "Then how do you live?" Mr Robinson asked. " Most gentlemen pay me quickly," the dentist said, "But some don't. I waited for my money for two
months, and then I say, `That man is not a gentleman. and then I ask him for my money.友情提醒：本文来自教育资源库收集与整理，特别感谢原作者！