Some Sausage Sandwiches One morning last summer Mrs Andrews made some sausage sandwiches for her husband's lunch. There was one sausage left over. Mrs Andrews didn't care for sausages herself and so she gave the last oneHenry, their little dog. Henry ateup q uickly.
During the morning the dog got ill. He wouldn't stop shaking his head and he couldn't stand up properly. Mrs Andrews thought, "He has eaten something that didn't agree with him. Maybe that sausage was bad. . . " She suddenly remembered her huusband's lunch. She ranthe telephone and called Jim at the office.
"Jim,hope you haven't eaten anythose sandwiches yet. " "Yes,have. . . " "You have? Well, listen- don't eat any more.gave Henry the last sausage and now he's ill. Gothe doctor, Jim. Tell the doctor about the dog. Get some medicine at once. " Jim came home at lunchtime and wentbed. "I had a very wnpleasant hour with the doctor," he told his wife. "The medicine made me very sick." The next morning Jim was fine. Henry seemed quite well again too. At eleven o'clock the milkman came with the milk.
"Good morning, Mrs Andrews," The milkman said. "How's your dog this morning?have been thinking about him. . . " "Have you?' Well, he seems alright now, but. . . " "Yesterday morning he andhad a little accident. He jumped up at .me anddropped a bottlemilkhis head. "
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7. Read the following passage once. Underline the key words while reading and retell the storyyour partner.
"Why Not Stop Her?" The ladies' club always had a meeting every Friday afternoon and some one cametalkthem about important things. After that, they had tea and asked questions.
One Friday, a gentleman came and talkedthe club about food "Therenot enough foodthe world for everybody,"he said. "More than half the peoplethe world are hungry. And when they get more food, the have more babies, so they never stop being hungry. Somewherethe world, a womanhaving a baby every minute, day and night. What are we goingdo about it?" He waited for a few seconds hefore he continued, but hefore he beganspeak again, onethe ladies said, "Well, why don't we find that woman and stop her?"