Dialogue 1 W: Can I help you?
M: Yes, I’d like some apples, please.
Dialogue 2 W: Does your sister work at a hospital?
M: Yes, she does.
Dialogue 3 W: How does your father go to work every day?
M: He drives his car.
Dialogue 4 W: It’s raining hard. I’m afraid we can’t go out.
M: What a pity!
Dialogue 5 W: Hi, Kathy! Look at these animals.
M: I love the monkeys best. They are cute.
Dialogue 6 W: What’s wrong with you, Mike?
M: I’m not feeling well. I have got a headache.
Dialogue 7 W: What are you going to do tomorrow, Mario?
M: I’m going to buy a gift for my mother.
Dialogue 8 W: How did you study for the test, Alice?
M: I studied by listening to the tapes.
Dialogue 9 W: How often do you exercise, Amy?
M: I exercise about three times a week.
Dialogue 10 W: Do you want to go to an action movie?
M: No, I don’t’ like action movies.
All the students in the fifth grade at Clinton School enjoyed working at “Santa’s Workshop” in the afternoon. “Santa’s workshop” was a big classroom where the students repaired something for the poor children.
One day, the students in the fifth grade had an idea. They wanted to do something to help the children who were not as lucky as they were. The students decided to repair broken toys and give them to the poor children. They went all over the town and collected a hundred toys.
Every afternoon, they worked in their workroom. They cleaned the toys and repaired the broken parts. When the students finished, the toys looked new. Then they gave the toys to the poor children in the streets. The toys made those children very happy.
When your teacher talks in class, do you catch every word? If you miss a lot of words, how can you learn well? So you need to learn how to listen carefully.
Sit near the front of the classroom and clear your mind. That is, don’t think about other things. Look at your teacher. By doing so, it will be easier for you to follow the teachers.
If you can’t understand something, ask a question. You can also talk to the teacher about what you think. Don’t talk to others around you or play with something when the teacher isn’t looking at you.
Keep these in mind until they become something you always do in class. After class you can tell most of what your teachers have said.《北京市海淀区初中毕业考试英语试卷4》由留学英语组编辑整理(www.liuxue86.com)