1. The town is very dirty. There is much l everywhere.
2. My sister works in a restaurant. She is a w .
3. Don't be so noisy. It's a p place.
4. I want to help him. But I can't find a s to his problem.
5. It's i to take away others' things without asking.
pick up cut in line wait in line
right away put out
6. I get very angry when people .
7. — She the book and gave it to me.
— What a good girl she is!
8.Would you mind your cigarette? Smoking is not allowed here.
9. When you are waiting for the bus, you must and wait for your turn.
10. — Who won the match?
— I think Mr Yuan is going to tell us the results .
1. You should try do such a thing again.
A. don't B. not
C. not to D. to not
2. — What can I do for you?
— I bought this pen here yesterday, but it well now.
A. didn't work B. won't work
C. isn't working D. doesn't work
3. — Would you mind doing the washing?
— . I will do it right now.
A. Certainly B. Thank you
C. No, not at all D. Of course
4. My sister spends learning English every day.
A. some time B. some times
C. sometimes D. sometime
5. — Please the TV a little. Your sister is sleeping.
— Sorry, I will do it at once.
A. turn on B. turn off
C. turn down D. turn up
6. — Can you put the pens in the box?
— OK. I'll do it a minute.
A. at B. in
C. on D. for
7. It's raining outside. Please your raincoat.
A. put up B. put on
C. put down D. put away
8. — Did they go to an country?
— Yes, they did.
A. English-speaking B. speaking-English
C. spoken-English D. English-spoken
9. The sign "No Smoking" means " ".
A. Smoking here is not allowed
B. You can smoke here
C. You'd better not smoke here
D. Smoking is not good for your health
10. The fire was by the firemen in the end.
A. put up B. put on
C. put off D. put out
1. Would you mind my taking this away? (同义句)
Would you mind this away?
2. Would you mind not following me around? (同义句)
Could you please me around?
3. Etiquette is different in every country. (同义句)
Etiquette is in every country.
4. Would you mind getting up a little earlier? (改为否定句)
Would you mind a little earlier?
5. My friend didn't give the English book back to me until yesterday. (同义句)
My friend didn't the English book me until yesterday.
The clock I yesterday now.
, we should also be late for the meeting.
I my food twenty minutes ago and it yet.
There is a wallet on the ground. Please .
I will these books to the library .
Harry(Born in 1970)
11 Went to Loughborough Grammar School for 6 years
18 Went to London University for 3 years
22 Went to live in Paris
23 Met Sally at a party
24 Got a job in a record shop
25 Married Sally
26 Bought a house in Wimbledon
Sally(Born in 1966 in Ontario, Canada)
11 Joined a drama group
15 Came to live in England
23 Taught in Poland for two years
24 Met and married Paul
Had a daughter, Polly, born on 13 May, 1992
26 Divorced (离婚) Paul
Started teaching in a school in London
27 Met Harry
1.Harry went to Loughborough Grammar School .
A. six years ago B. when he was twenty
C. three years ago D. in 1981
2. Harry in 1995.
A. was studying in Paris B. was living in Paris
C. married Sally D. bought a house
3. Sally taught in for two years.
A. Wimbledon B. England
C. Poland D. a record ship
4. Polly's birthday is .
A. on 23 March B. in September
C. on 13 May D. in August
5. Sally when she was twenty-six years old.
A. taught in London B. divorced Harry
C. met Paul D. came to Poland
American people like to say "Thank you" when others (1) them or say something kind to them. People of many (2) countries do so, too. It is a very good habit (习惯).
You should say "Thank you" when someone passes you the salt on the table, when someone walking before you keeps the door (3) for you, when someone says you have done your work (4) , or you have bought a nice thing, or your city is very beautiful.
"Thank you" is used not only between friends, but also between parents and children, brothers and sisters, husbands and wives.
"Excuse me" is another short sentence they use. When you hear someone say so behind you, you know that somebody wants to walk past you.
It is impolite to break others (5) while they are talking. If you want to speak to one of them, say "Excuse me" first, and then begin talking. You should also do so when you want to cough or make any unpleasant (不悦的) noise before others.
Let's all learn to say "Thank you" and "Excuse me".
A. good B. well C. another
D. other E. open
(2) (3) (4)
(1) not polite
(2) send out air from the lungs （肺） with noise
not only... but also...
(1)You should say "Thank you" when .
A. someone helps himself
B. someone says something kind to you
C. someone walking after you keeps the door closed
D. someone says the work you have done is not good
(2) To say "Thank you" is .
A. a good habit B. too hard
C. not between husbands and wives
D. a boring thing
(3) If you want to walk past somebody before you, you say " ".
A. Thank you B. Excuse me
C. Sorry D. Please
7. 用一个英语单词来解释短文中的短语 "walk past"。
8. 从短文中找出与"start to talk"意思相同的短语。