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1.It is now his turn (轮到) to set me up to a nice dinner.
2.The Yellow River runs (流向) into the East China Sea.
3.You should not pick (摘) any of the flowers in the park.
4.We should talk to the elderly politely (礼貌地).
5.People throw litter (垃圾) into the river and make it really dirty.
1.It is good manners (manner) to give seats to the elderly on the bus.
2.Cindy obeyed (obey) her mother without question when she was young.
3.My grandma is too old to go (go) to work.
4.It’s not my turn to speak (speak) in front of the class.
5.It’s impolite (polite) to make noise in the library.
cut in,keep quiet,queue for one’s turn,
share with,drop litter
1.I have some very good news to share with all of you.
2.Our teacher asks us to keep quiet in class.
3.You should arrive early and queue for your turn when entering the theatre.
4.Don’t drop litter when you walk in the street.
5.The teacher was angry because Tom cut in several times when she was speaking.
We must keep quiet in the library.
You are old enough to go to school by yourself.
Don’t cut in on others.Please wait for your turn .
He is too young to dress himself.
Turn off the tap when you leave.Don’t leave the tap running .
(C)1.Before you go to America,you need to learn more it.
A.in B.by C.about D.from
(A)2.—In some countries,people eat with chopsticks,but in ,knives and forks.
—You see.People around the world have different eating habits.
(B)3.Do you have to say about your family?
A.else anything B.anything else
C.something else D.else something
(A)4.She’s not strong enough walking up mountains.
A.to go B.going
(C)5.— your brother speak Japanese?
—Yes,he can.He has learnt it in Tokyo for three years.
(D)6.—Tom,don’t throw the rubbish on the floor.We should keep the school .
—Oh,sorry.I won’t do it again.
(A)7.It is a world of flowers in spring in Sunny Park.You can see flowers .
(A)8.The bag of rice is heavy for Tom to carry.Let’s go and help him.
(D)9.To keep children safe,we put the things like knives and medicine away in our house.
(B)10.—Would you like to play basketball with us this afternoon?
— .I have to study for tomorrow’s test.
A.I’d love to B.I’m afraid not
C.Sounds good D.No problem
A:Hi,my name is Jane.
B:Hi,Jane.I’m Connie.Nice to meet you.Are you a new student here?
B:Sure.Don’t shout or run in the hallways.
A:Aha,I don’t think I’ll do that.Can we eat food in class?
A:OK.2. A What else?
B:3. E If you don’t,the teachers on duty at the gate won’t let you in.
A:I see.4. D
B:When you go to the library you should take it.
A: 5. G
B:Try to work hard at all your subjects(科目).If you fail any of them,the teachers will call your parents.
A:Thank you,Connie.I think if I work really hard,I won’t fail any subjects.
A.I’ll remember that.
B.What can I do for you?
C.Could you tell me some of the school rules?
D.When do we have to use our student ID cards?
E.Remember to wear your school uniform every day.
F.The teacher will punish(惩罚) you if you do that.
G.Is there anything you think the most important at this school?
In Britain,when people meet each other for the first time,they talk about things like family,work,school,or sports.They ask questions like “Do you have any brothers or sisters?”“Where do you work?”“What school do you go to?” and “Do you like sports?” They also ask questions like “Where do you come from?” and “Where do you live?” These are polite questions.They are not personal or private.But some things are personal or private,and questions about them are not polite.People don’t ask questions about a person’s salary(薪水).They don’t ask how much someone paid for something.It is not OK to ask people questions about politics(政治),party or religion(宗教) unless you know them very well.People don’t ask unmarried people “Why are you single?” and they don’t ask a married couple with no children “Why don’t you have any children?”
(A)1.Which is a polite question in Britain when people meet?
A.How’s your family?
B.You’re not married.Why?
C.What do you think of the Labor Party?
D.How much does your boss pay you each week?
(C)2.The British usually don’t ask questions about a person’s .
(D)3.In Britain,which of the following questions is NOT polite?
A.Where are you from?
B.Do you like playing football?
C.Which subject do you like best?
D.You look much older than your husband.How old are you?
(B)4.This passage is mainly about .
A.school life B.politeness