Chen Fang: Hello! I’m Chen Fang. Nice to meet you.
Mary: Nice to meet you, too. My name’s Mary Brown. I’m new. I want to make more friends here.
Chen Fang: Me, too. Where do you come from, then?
Mary: New York. And what’s your nationality?
Chen fang: I’m Chinese. Are you at net?
Mary: Yes. Very often.
Chen Fang: What’s your net address, please?
Mary: firstname.lastname@example.org. What about yours?
Chen Fang: Chenfang@sohu.com
Mary: I’ll deliver the e-mail to you on holiday.
Chen Fang: Thank you. I’ll do that, too.
( )1. Chen Fang and Mary are new .
A. teachers B. students C. boys
( )2. Mary is .
A. American B. Chinese C. an English girl
( )3. Chen Fang has ,too.
A. a net address B. TV C. an E-mail
( )4. They want to make more .
A. planes B. money C. friends
( )5. Mary will deliver the e-mail to Chen Fang .
A. today B. on Monday C. on holiday
I have a nice picture of a room. I see some boys and girls in it. Two boys are at a table. They are Tom and Jone. Who’s that in a red skirt? She is Sue. She’s on a chair. Look! Who’s under the bed? It’s Jim. A cat is under the bed, too.
( )1. I have a picture of a classroom.
( )2. I see five boys and girls in the room.
( )3. Sue is in a red skirt.
( )4. Jim is under the bed.
( )5. The cat is on the table.
My white looks out of his window. There is a boy at the there side of the street. The boy takes some bread out of a bag and begins eating it. There is a very thin dog in the street too.
The boy says to it, “ Come here, good dog. I’ll give you some bread.” The dog is hungry and goes to the boy, but he does not give it any bread. He kicks the dog. It runs away.
Then Mr. White comes out of his house and says to the boy, “ I’ll give you a shilling.”
The boy is happy and says, Yes”. “Come here,” Mr. White says. The boy goes to him, but Mr. White doesn’t give him a shilling. He hits him with a stick.
The boy cries and says, “ Why do you hit me? I don’t ask you for any money.” “ No,” Mr. White says, “ And the dog doesn’t ask you for any bread, but you kick it.”
( )1. Mr. White out of the window.
A. look B. looks C. looking
( )2, There is a dog in the street.
A. fat B. thin C. hungry
( )3. The boy does not give bread to the dog.
A. some B. any C. the
( )4. Mr. White hits the boy a stick.
A. with B. in C. use
( )5. The boy doesn’t ask Mr. White any money.
A. for B. of C. in