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Now It's Your Turn to Whistle

同學们,你肯定会记得你孩提时代的往事, 那时的你更好玩,有更多让人忍俊不禁的趣事。但这些回忆一直被你父母珍藏着,将来会变成你的孩子最爱听的故事。想知道你孩提时代的经历吗?那就阅读本文“现在轮到你吹口哨了”。它会让你找回失却的记忆, 从中看到孩提时代那个淘气的你。

Not

1. hide v. 藏2. whistle v. 吹哨

3. be one's turn to... 轮到某人……

小试牛刀

1. With whom did Bob go to see his grand-

mother?

A. His mother. B. His father.

C. His parents. D. His brother and sister.

2. How did Bob go to see his grandmother?

A. On foot. B. By plane.

C. By bike. D. By train.

3. Where did Bob put his father's cap?

A. He threw it out of the window.

B. He put it on his own head.

C. He hid it behind his back.

D. He put it back on his father's head.

Bob, a boy of three years old, went to see his grandmother with his father. In the train, he often put his head out of the window. His father was worried and said, "Bob, don't put your head out of the window!" But Bob didn't listen to his father and went on putting his head out of the window.

Then his father took off Bob's cap quietly, hid it behind his back and said, "You see, your cap has flown away." Bob began to cry.

His father said, "Well, go to the window, whistle at once! Perhaps your cap will come back." Bob came up to the window and whistled. His father quickly put the cap back on Bob's head.

Oh! It was wonderful! Bob was pleased and laughed. He quickly took his father's cap and threw it out of the window. "Now, it's your turn to whistle, Daddy!" he said happily.

A Silly Boy

Mum: Sam, what's the weather like today?

Sam: It is so cloudy that I can't see clearly.

傻孩子

妈妈: 萨姆,今天天气怎么样?

萨姆: 天阴得很厉害,我看不清楚。(剩余0字)

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