This is a picture of a family. The grandmother’s name is Harry Smith. The grandfather’s name is Jean Smith. They are very old. They are Americans.
The father’s name is Lake Smith. He is 44. The mother’s name is Kate Smith. She is 40. They have a son of ten and a daughter of fifteen.
The son’s name is John Smith and the daughter’s mane is Mary Smith. They are students of No.12 Middle School. Kate is a teacher of the same school. Lake is a policeman. It’s a very good family.
( )1. Lake Smith’s parents are .
A. Americans B. American C. America
( )2. John’s father is .
A. 44 B. 40 C. very old
( )3. Mary’s mother is a .
A. teacher B. policeman C. doctor
( )4. they are in the school.
A. some B. same C. any
( )5. The family has children.
A. six B. two C. four
Look at this desk. It’s Jim’s desk. It’s brown. Jim’s book is on it. It’s an English book. His pencil-box is on it, too. His pencil is in his pencil-box. But where’s his pen? He can’t find it.
( )1. Jim’s desk is brown.
( )2. Jim’s book is on his bed.
( )3. His book is a Chinese book.
( )4. His pencil is in his pencil-box.
( )5. His pen is on his desk.
Sue: How are you, Jack?
Jack: Fine, thank you. And you?
Sue: I’m fine, too. Thank you. But I can’t find the picture. I must find the picture. I must find it now.
Jack: Which picture?
Sue: It’s a new one. My father, my mother and I are in it. My father is in a blue coat. My mother is in a red dress. I’m in brown blouse. A tree is behind us.
Jack: Oh, look! What’s that under the table?
Sue: Yes, that’s it! Thank you, Jack.
Jack: That’s all right.
( )1. Sue can’t the picture.
A. draw B. find C. see
( )2. The picture is .
A. old B. new C. good
( )3. There are people in the picture.
A. two B. three C. four
( )4. The woman in a red dress is Sue’s .
A. father B. teacher C. mother
( )5. The tree is them.
A. behind B. beside C. out of