Students are supposed to read aloud in the morning.

A. must            B. are expect to       C. should







提示词语:May 5th, traditional, memorize, ancient poet, Qu Yuan, Dragon Boat race

提示问题: When and where are you going to celebrate Dragon Boat Festival?

Why do you celebrate it?

What are you going to do on the festival?


Dear Peter,

How is it going?

Dragon Boat Festival is coming. I am writing to invite you to celebrate it with my family.



I’m looking forward to your early reply.


Li Hua




提示词语:nice, responsible, kind, prepare for, encourage, confident, proud, love

提示问题: What are your parents like?

What was the most unforgettable thing between you and your parents?

How did you feel?


At my school, we are also talking about the relationship between parents and me.






Movie-making factories are called studios. Like all other businesses, they have to follow the rules of good business. There is a person, called “the top man”, running the studio. He is usually someone with a powerful personality. His power of character is necessary so that the “boss” can deal with famous stars and rich investors (投资者). Some movie stars can only contract with one studio. They cannot work for another. Big studios like Columbia, Fox, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer are the most important film-making companies in Hollywood, and at the time, in the world.

Studios have lots of workers and overhead costs. Overhead refers to the money for everyday operations. The studio has to make enough money to pay everyone. For example, studios have their own screenwriters, filming and sound equipment, offices, and marketing staff. A studio has a building full of pros which are items and objects that might be needed for a movie, such as old cars, everything from old-fashioned schoolbooks to streetlights. Like a librarian, the studio property (财产) manager has to be able to find any needed pros fast.

In the studio system, a movie is under the control of the studio manager, usually a producer. A screenwriter writes the story for the movies. A director is chosen to organize the parts. Art directors and camera experts work with the director to imagine the finished film. Studio clothes designers and set designers work with the director to plan the work for the soldiers and doctors. The huge buildings that hold sound stages change into the setting for the movie. Sometimes the stage is a street, sometimes a desert, sometimes a field of flowers. The director of filming plans how to “shoot” (拍摄) the movie with cameras and film. A plan for ordering the parts of the movie and a timetable for the actors completes the planning. With makeup artists and hairdressers, cameras and sound experts, everything is ready for the big day. The actors and actresses memorize the lines, and all the parts of the great production come together. All is ready for the filming to begin. The post-production team waits to do their part of the job.

1.What are studios?

2.Why is the top man’s power of character necessary?

3.How does the studio property manager help with the movie-making?

4. Who plans how to “shoot” the movie?

5. What is the main idea of the passage?



A robot teacher

Robots are smart because they have computer brains. They can help people work in dangerous places. 1.________. Brine, the robot mail carrier, brings mail to a large office building in Washington, D.C.. He is one of 250 robot mail carriers in the United States. But have you ever heard about a robot teacher?

Mr. Green is a fourth grade robot teacher. 2.________. One advantage is that he does not forget details. He knows each child’s name, their parents’ names and what each child knows and needs to know. 3.________. Mr. Green does not make mistakes. Each child goes and tells him his name, then dials an ID number. His computer brain puts the child’s voice and number together. He identifies the child with no mistakes. Then he starts the lesson.

4.________. If the children need more time to do their lessons they can move switches and change the timetable. In this way they can repeat Mr. Green’s lesson over and over again. When the children do a good job, he tells them something interesting about their hobbies. At the end of the lesson the children switch Mr. Green off.

The children like Mr. Green very much. 5._______. And when they make a mistake, they don’t feel upset. They have a lot of fun with a robot teacher.

A. They can also do difficult jobs

B. He has some advantages as a teacher

C. They feel happy and relaxed in his class

D. He even knows each child’s pets and hobbies

E. Another advantage is that Mr. Green is flexible (灵活的)









As one of the most well-known of the fantasy languages invented for science fiction film, television and book, and developed by J.R.R. Tolkien himself, Elvish is made up with several thousand words and different sentence structures.

Constructed languages (人造语言) like Elvish are real languages, made up of thousands of words created by fantasy writers, linguists and fans, with real language rules. While a widespread vocabulary is advantageous to a constructed language, there is a key differentiator (区分者) we can see between just a lot of words and real language: Grammar.

Grammar is what makes constructed languages like Elvish learnable by everyday superfans. Superfans of The Lord of the Rings have built websites and created dictionaries, apps and translators, to teach Elvish. They have also created online clubs where fans can discuss and even create new words based on the already existing vocabulary, and continue to study the language.

So what does it take to be a master of Elvish?

In learning Elvish, there are a couple of grammatical rules similar to those of the English language. For example, in order to make a verb past tense in English, you have to add an -ed, making wash, washed. Similarly in Elvish, in order to change the word for wash, which is allu, to the past tense then you have to add an -ne to the word. So washed is then translated to allune in past tense.

Nouns in Elvish are different in the way that the noun changes depending on how it’s used in a sentence, just like in Latin or Russian. For example, the word head in Elvish is CAS. However, if you duck your head, then the word changes to CARA. When mentioning something in your head, then it changes to CASSE. Tolkien’s attention to detail in creating the fantasy world used in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, complete with multiple functioning (多功能的) invented languages, has attracted readers and movie viewers these years.

Elvish is only one of the many magical languages developed by J.R.R. Tolkien. Creating language for fantasy has proven to add to viewers and readers experiences. By transplanting their imagination to a new world, fans are able to learn the new language and speak Elvish with each other, much like their favorite characters.

1. Elvish is considered a real language because ______.

A. certain grammatical rules make the language learnable

B. it is made up with lots of words and sentence structures

C. characters in The Lord of the Rings use it to communicate

D. new words can be created based on already existing words

2.For the fans of The Lord of the Rings, ______.

A. Elvish is a language difficult to learn

B. there is no Elvish dictionary to refer to

C. Elvish adds to the novel’s attractiveness

D. they can even create new grammar for Elvish

3. Which of the following is TRUE about Elvish?

A. The translation of “washed” in Elvish is “allu”.

B. The form of a noun doesn’t change in Elvish.

C. Elvish and English share the same grammar.

D. Elvish is also used in the film The Hobbit.

4.The best title for this passage might be ______.

A. Elvish, a Magical Language

B. J.R.R. Tolkien, a Great Writer

C. The Hobbit, a Wonderful Film

D. Language, a Way to Communicate


Saying “thank you” is probably the first thing most of us learn to do in a foreign language. After all, we’re brought up to be kind and polite.

So, what exactly are you supposed to say when “thank you” is only the 20th most popular way to express gratitude (感激)? According to a recent report, 19 other ways of expressing gratitude finished ahead of “thank you” in a poll (投票) of 3,000 people.

Pollsters found almost half those asked preferred the more informal (非正式的) “cheers”, while others liked to use such expressions as “ta”, “great” and “nice one”.

So, just what is the right form of words to express your thanks?

Luckily, the answer is in the language itself. “Cheers” is considered an informal way to say thank you. For example, when going for a drink with friends, a smile and a “cheers” by way of thanks is not only acceptable to the situation, it is also culturally accurate.

“Ta” was the second-most popular expression of thanks, and is also commonly used in informal situations, along with phrases such as “nice one”, and “wonderful”.

Interestingly, one word that didn’t make it into the top 20 was “thanks”. But “thanks” can be useful, as it is able to bridge the divide between “thank you” and the downright relaxed “cheers”.

Certain words can double as an expression of thanks as well as delight. For example, words like “awesome”, “brilliant” and “you star” can tell both your pleasure at someone’s action, as well as serving to express your thanks. If you are on the receiving end of a “new” thank you, you can reply with a simple “no problem”, or “sure”.

Of course, a simple wave, nod or smile may be all right. For example, if a car driver slows down to let you cross the road, simply raising your hand is enough to show that you are thankful for the driver’s consideration.

Sometimes, formality is necessary, and “thank you” is still the best choice in such situations. But students should not worry about when exactly to use certain expressions.

Many people in western countries are worried that good manners are in decline (衰退). People are tired of seeing their acts of kindness and service pass without any feedback. So don’t think that your “thank you” was useless or too formal. The chances are, if you said “thank you”, you made someone’s day.

1.We can tell from the result of the poll that ______.

A. people are worrying about politeness nowadays

B. there are many kinds of expressions of gratitude

C. “thank you” is the most popular expression of gratitude

D. there are more formal expressions of gratitude than informal ones

2. What does the underlined word “accurate” in Paragraph 5 mean?

A. Clear and exact.

B. Simple but strange.

C. Short and informal.

D. Informal but popular.

3.Which of the following can express gratitude as well as pleasure?

A. Sure.B. No problem. C. Ta. D. You star.

4.In the last paragraph the writer encourages people to ______.

A. help others behave well

B. show their gratitude to others

C. continue their language learning

D. stop worrying about social activities


When Abraham Lincoln was young, he worked in a store. One day a woman came into the store and bought some things. They added up to two dollars and six and a quarter cents.

The bill was paid, and the woman was satisfied. But the young storekeeper, not feeling quite sure about his calculations (计算), added up the things again. To his surprise he found that it should have been but two dollars.

“I’ve made her pay six and a quarter cents more,” said young Abe, upset.

It was an unimportant thing, and many salespersons would forget it, but Abe was too careful for that.

“The money must be paid back,” he decided.

At night, he closed the store and walked to the home of his customer. He explained the matter, paid over the six and a quarter cents, and returned satisfied.

Here is another story of young Lincoln’s strict honesty. A woman entered the store and asked for half a pound of tea. The young man weighed it out. This was the last sale of the day.

The next morning, when beginning his duties, Abe discovered a four-ounce weight on the scales (磅秤). It flashed upon him at once that he had used this in the sale last night, and so, of course, given his customer short weight. Many people would not have been much worried by this discovery. But Abe weighed out the balance of the half pound, shut up the store, and carried it to the customer. I think that the name, so often given in late times to President Lincoln, of “Honest Old Abe”, was well deserved (应得的).

1.When young Abe found he made a wrong calculation, he ______.

A. tried to forget it

B. paid over the money

C. felt it was unimportant

D. gave back the short weight

2.What happened to Abe in the second story?

A. He played a joke with the customer.

B. He wasn’t paid two dollars and six cents.

C. He didn’t notice a four-ounce weight on the scales.

D. He explained the matter to the customer that night.

3.We can know from the passage that Abe was ______.

A. easy to get worried

B. confident but careless

C. honest and responsible

D. funny but well behaved




The Reason I Won’t Be Coming

Writer: Elliot PerlmanList Price: $24.95

Pages: 288Publisher: Riverhead Hardcover

ISBN: 573223212

The nine smart, thoughtful stories in this collection tell hopes, fears, and desires.

Bag the Elephant: How to Win and Keep Big Customers

Writer: Steve Kaplan List Price: $19.95

Pages: 208Publisher: Bard Press

ISBN: 1885167628

Bag the Elephant is more than a strategy book. Throughout the book you’ll find stories that show you how to put the strategy to work.

A Long Way Gone: Memories of a Boy Solider

Writer: Ishmael Beah List Price: $22.00

Pages: 240Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 0374105235

Ishmael Beah is one of many African children forced into local conflicts as boy soldiers. A Long Way Gone is his true life story.

Christmas Letters

Writer: Debbie MacomberList Price: $9.97

Pages: 272Publisher: Mira

ISBN: 0778323498

It is a new romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling writer Debbie Macomber. Katherine writes Christmas letters for other people. But for Dr. Wynn Jeffries, Christmas means lies and deception. They disagree about everything. But finally, they both discover that love means accepting each other’s differences.

1. You can read nine smart, thoughtful stories from the book ______.

A. Bag the Elephant

B. A Long Way Gone

C. Christmas Letters

D. The Reason I Won’t Be Coming

2.How much will you pay for the book written by Steve Kaplan?

A. $24.95.B. $22.00.C. $19.95.D. $9.97.

3. Who is the writer of Christmas Letters?

A. Elliot Perlman.

B. Steve Kaplan.

C. Ishmael Beah.

D. Debbie Macomber.

4. A Long Way Gone tells ______.

A. a new romantic love story

B. memories of a boy solider

C. hopes, fears, and desires

D. some ways to win customers



It was one of the hottest days of the dry season. We had not seen       in almost a month. The crops were dying. If we didn’t see some rain soon, we would lose everything.

I was in the kitchen that day when I saw my son, Billy, walking toward the       . Trying to be as still as possible, he was obviously walking with great       . Minutes after he disappeared into the woods, he came running out again, toward the house. Moments later, however, he was once again walking in that       way toward the woods. I couldn’t take it any longer and I       him.

He was cupping both hands in front of him as he walked, being very       not to spill (溢出) the water he carried.

As I came closer, I saw the most surprising sight. Several large deer stood in front of him. Billy walked right up to them. But the deer did not hurt him nor       move as Billy knelt down. And then I saw a baby deer lying on the ground, obviously thirsty, lift its head to lap up the water in my boy’s hands. When the water was gone, Billy jumped up to run back to the house. I followed him back to a spigot (水龙头). Billy opened it and let the drip slowly       up his “cup”.

When he stood up and began to turn back, I was there in front of him. His little eyes were filled with tears. “I’m not       ,” was all he said. The week before, he had made the same trouble with our horses, which caused him a lecture from his father about the importance of not wasting water.

This time, I       him, with a small pot of water from the kitchen. I let him take care of the baby deer alone for it was his job. As the tears that rolled down my face began to hit the ground, they were suddenly joined by other drops… more drops… and more. I looked up at the sky. All I can say is that the rain that came that day saved our farm, just like the actions of one little boy saved another.

1. A. windB. snow C. rain D. cloud

2. A. woodsB. school C. house D. rivers

3. A. surpriseB. effort C. doubtD. notice

4. A. naturalB. obviousC. popularD. unusual xk.Com]

5.A. stoppedB. followedC. acceptedD. controlled

6. A. carefulB. noisyC. comfortableD. polite

7. A. everB. yetC. even D. never

8.A. setB. fill C. put D. place

9. A. interruptingB. joking C. complainingD. wasting

10.A. receivedB. believedC. joined D. pushed


Sam, do you know ______ for the holiday next month?

To Australia, I suppose.

A. where did we go           B. where will we go

C. where we will go          D. where we went


Today Beijing Opera ______ by many people even from other countries.

A. is enjoyed           B. Enjoys

C. will enjoy           D. was enjoyed


I’m so hungry now. I ______ since breakfast.

A. won’t eat           B. haven’t eaten

C. didn’t eat          D. don’t eat


Mum always tells the little girl not ______ to bed too late.

A. goB. to goC. wentD. going


Little Jim ______ computer games when his mother got home.

A. is playing         B. Played

C. will play          D. was playing


You ______ play with fire. It’s dangerous.

A. might notB. needn’tC. mustn’tD. may not


Tomorrow we will have a football match ______ our school.

A. toB. in C. onD. of


It’s rainy again, ______ we have to stay at home.

A. orB. becauseC. butD. so


This is my little brother. _____ name is Jack.

A. HisB. HerC. OurD. Your



下周日,你邀请Millie去瘦西湖(the Slender West Lake)游玩,请根据以下提示给Millie写一封邀请信。内容包括以下要点: 






要求:1. 内容完整,适当发挥;

2. 表达清楚,意思连贯、符合逻辑;

3. 文中不得出现真实姓名,不少于80字。

Dear Millie, 

I am going to visit the Slender West Lake next Sunday.







______________ Yours,






3. 他醒过来时,他发现自己一个人在河边。

4. 他冲进这座房子,并从火里救出了一个小男孩。





Once a man and his wife worked for an old man. There was a big box in the old m1. living room. The old man pointed(指) to the box and said, There's only one thing you mustn’t do. Don't open the box. After s 2. this, he left his home.

The woman said to her husband, "There must be something e the box. Let's open it, shall we?" Her husband said no to her. But the woman didn't give up her idea. One day, she decided to find out w4. was in it. Her husband didn't stop her. She opened the box and looked inside. To her s__5. __, she found nothing in the box. She tried hard to close it, but she f6..

That evening the old man came home and found the box was o  7.. He got very angry and a  8.the woman and her husband to leave his home.

"But there was the box," the woman said. "We haven't taken anything at all. " The old man shouted at them," The box is not important, b  10.I cannot believe you. That's important!”



It’s good for a family to learn how to prepare for a fire. Here are some suggestions:

Put a smoke alarm in the house. If there is smoke from a fire, the alarm will make a loud sound. The sound tells everyone to run out of the house at once.

Make escape (逃脱) plans. They should know all the ways out of the house. If there is a fire, everyone follows the plan to get out.

Buy fire extinguishers (灭火器) in the house. Everyone in the family should learn to use them correctly.

Practise for a fire. Everyone in the family should know the following fire rules:

* Don’t open a hot door! The fire can grow more quickly when opening the door.

* Stay close to the floor! The best air is near the floor because smoke rises(上升).

* What will you do if your hair or clothes start to burn? First, stop! Don’t run! The fire burns faster because of more air. Drop! Fall to the floor. Then roll! Turning over and over will make

the fire go out. Put a blanket around you to keep air away from the fire.

Title: Be1. for a Fire



Put a smoke alarm

If a fire2., the alarm will make a loud sound to tell everyone to

3. the house at once.

Make escape plans

People should know all the ways out of the house and4. the plan to get out if there is a fire.

Buy fire extinguishers

Everyone in the family should know 5. to use them.

Practise for a fire

Don’t open a hot door

The fire can grow more quickly when _______6.) the door.

Stay close to the floor

You cam breathe(呼吸) the7.air near the floor because smoke rises






★If you8., the fire burns faster because of more air.

  9. over and over, and you will make the fire go out.

★Put a  10.around you to keep air away from the fire.




1.You should knock on the door before ____________(进入)the teacher's office.

2. This morning Daniel got up late, so he hurried to school _________(没有)breakfast.

3. __________ (相信) it or not, I did the work on my own.

4.The books on the desk are those____________ (经理)

5. Different people have different ____________ (能力) of doing different things.

6.I went to his house, but the door was ___________. (lock)

7.Jane hurt her right hand when she _______ (fall) off the bike. She can’t write now.

8. His left leg was _________(bad) hurt. Luckily, he ran out of the fire.

9. “What shall I do?” he said to ___________(he).

10.There are at __________ (little) 500 students in our school.


Today, people want to keep healthy through sports and exercise. But some of them have some wrong ideas about it.

“A plate of chicken is a good meal before games because it has much energy.”

In fact, the best meal before games should have carbohydrates(碳水化合物). Food like potatoes, bread, bananas are rich in it, but chicken and meat are not.

“The best time to exercise is early in the morning.”

No. Morning is a good time to exercise, but it may not be suitable for you. If an afternoon or evening period is suitable for you, and you enjoy the feeling of getting healthier, you can choose any time to exercise. So there is no fixed time for you to exercise.

“If you drink water when you exercise, you’ll feel tired.”

The fact is that you must have some water during breaks (休息时间) when you exercise. And after exercising, you must have enough water. If you don’t drink enough water, then you may feel tired.

“Exercising every day is quite important.”

Wrong. Too much exercise is bad for our health. You need to give your body a day of rest.

1.It is good for you to eat ________ before games.

A. bananas B. chicken C. meat  D. beef

2.The writer would like you to________.

A. eat much meat before exercising

B. drink enough water after exercising

C. take exercise only in the morning

D. exercise every day

3.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Don’t drink water when you exercise, or you’ll feel tired.

B. Evening is the best time to exercise because it’s always cool.

C. You should eat enough meat because they can give you energy before games.

D. Exercising too much is not good for us.

4. Which of the following will be the best title (标题)?

A. Results (结果) of sports and exercise.

B. Best time for sports and exercise.

C. Reasons for sports and exercise. 

D. Wrong ideas about sports and exercise.


This is the true story of a great woman. Her name was Helen Keller. She was born in 1880 in Alabama in the USA. When Helen was one year and a half, she got ill and then she became blind and deaf.

Her parents tried to do their best for their daughter and they asked a young teacher called Anne Sullivan to their home to teach Helen. Anne herself was almost blind in her youth. Helen was a smart girl but she couldn’t hear or talk. She was angry at this. So she was always crying and shouting. Then Anne often went for walks with Helen in the country near her home. After two weeks, Helen became quiet. Anne began to teach her how to spell and Helen learned to write. Boards with lines on them helped her to keep the words straight.

Soon her talents were famous all over the world. There were her stories in newspapers and magazines. By the time she was 17, she was studying French, German, Latin, Physics and many other subjects. She was still blind and deaf. In 1902, she wrote a book The Story of my life. It became well-known all over the world.

1.Helen became blind and deaf when she was ___________.

A. one year old                   B. half a year old

C. one year and a half old        D. two years old

2. Why was Helen always crying and shouting?

A. Because Anne always went out with her.

B. Because she felt lonely.

C. Because she was angry with Anne. 

D. Because she couldn’t hear or talk.

3.Why did Helen need to use special boards to write on?

A. Because she didn’t like desks. 

B. Because she didn’t have desks.

C. Because boards with lines on them helped her to keep the words straight.

D. Because she liked to use them.

4.How old was Helen when she finished the book The Story of my life?

A. 51.  B. 42.  C. 22. D. 17


Alice needs some money for a Mother’s Day present. She tells her father about her problem.

“I’ll pay you to do some housework. You can clean up the yard(院子), her father says.

“You can also wash my car and Mum’s. Both of them need to be washed because they’re really dirty.”

Alice works on the yard and washes her father’s car.

“Too bad! You didn’t have time to wash Mum’s car,” Dad says when he pays her.

The next morning Alice wakes up early. First she washes her mother’s car. Then she goes to the flower shop. She also buys her mother’s favourite bread on her way home. After breakfast Alice asks her mother to go to the garage. She opens the gate.

“Wow!” Alice’s mother says. “My car is gleaming.”

“Open the door,” Alice says.

Alice’s mother opens the door. There on the seat she sees a bunch of flowers.

“Happy Mother’s Day!” Alice says.

1. In the story, the word “garage” means “ _________ ”in Chinese.

A. 花店  B. 厨房C. 客厅D. 车库

2. Which of the following is the right order(次序)?

a. She buys her mother a bunch of flowers.  b. She washes her father's car.

c. She cleans up the yard. d. She buys bread for her mother.

e. She washes her mother’s car.

A. c a b d e  B. b a c d eC. c b e a d  D. c b e d a

3. What do you think of Alice?

A. She is good at making pocket money.

B. She doesn’t love her father.

C. She is very nice to her parents.

D. She is a lazy girl.

4.What is this story about?

A. It is about what Alice buys for her mother on Mother’s Day.

B. It is about what Alice does for her mother for Mother’s Day.

C. It is about why Alice’s father gives her money to buy presents.

D. It is about what Alice does at home each week for her mother.



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2. If you want the job as a taxi driver, you should _______.

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When I was small, my mum used to give the family something special for meals —she would make breakfast food for dinner. 

I still remember one night my mum    some bread in front of my dad, something very burnt. I waited to see if anybody noticed. But my dad just took his    , smiled at my mum and then turned to ask me how my day at school had been. I    what I told him that night.    I do remember watching him put some butter(黄油) on that bread. He    as usual, every single bit. 

After dinner, my mum said    to my dad for burning the bread. And I never forget what he said, "I    burnt bread, dear. It doesn't matter at all. "    , I went to kiss Dad good night. I asked him if he really liked his bread burnt. He held me in arms and     , “Your mum worked very hard all day. She's really      . And you see—a bit of burnt food never hurt anyone!”

Now I know life is not perfect. _    is perfect, either. As for me. 1 often forget birthdays or some other special days. But I learn something    these years. What we really need is the understanding of each other, whether between a husband(丈夫) and wife, a parent and    or just between two friends. This is the key to a happy    .

So don't get angry if the bread gets burnt. Remember    bread never hurt anyone. Be kind to those around you and a happier life will surely come closer to you.

1.A. cookedB. put  C. foundD. bought

2.A. glass  B. milk C. spoon  D. bread

3.A. decidedB. knewC. forgot  D. imagined

4.A. ButB. So  C. BecauseD. And

5.A. threw it away B. ate it up C. put it awayD. looked it up

6.A. hello  B. goodbye C. no D. sorry

7.A. hate  B. love  C. make  D. save

8.A. After school  B. Before dinnerC. Later that night D. The next morning

9.A. shouted  B. said  C. laughed D. cried

10.A. tired B. excitedC. worried D. interested

11.A. Everybody  B. Anybody C. Nobody D. Somebody

12.A. important   B. difficult C. funnyD. easy

13.A. student  B. brother  C. sisterD. child

14.A. class B. partyC. life D. story

15.A. burnt B. cheap  C. freshD. cold


Will you come to the party tomorrow?

______. I will visit my grandparents in my hometown.

A. I think so

B. I’m afraid not 

C. I’d like to

D. I’m afraid so


---Excuse me! You can’t take photos here.Look at the sign. It says “NO PHOTOS”.

---Sorry, I _______ it.

A. won’t see            B. am going to see 

C. didn’t see            D. don’t see


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