Sam waited patientlythe long line at the grocery store. He had comepick up a few items for his mother. He often did Chores for his parents after school. He enjoyed helping out at Homes, As he waited, he daydreamed about the new camera he Wantedbuy. He wantedbuysoon because his family v'as ;oinga vacation, and he wanted.take picturestheir trip. There was only one problem. He needed seven more dollarshuy the camera. His lawn-mowing job at the Smith's should provide the money shortly.
Suddenly Sam was roughly shoved aside. He recognized Mrs Sanders, an unkind and unfriendly person who livedhis block. She had shovedfronthim without even smiling. Just as Mrs Sanders received her change and her purchases, a ten-dollar bill flew outher hand and fell at Sam's feet. Mrs Sanders, however, was too busy criticizing the cashier for bis slownessnotice. As Sam bentpick up the money, he thought quickly. The money did belongMrs Sanders, but she deservedloseafter the way she had behaved, and, with it, he could buy the camera.
ColintalkingJack about yesterday evening. Jack went out, but Colin hadstay at home. JACK: Why did your parents make you stay at home? CoLIN: They wantedgo out , and so they made me look aftermy baby brother. JACK: Didn't you mind doing it? COLIN: No,didn't. My brother was very good anddid quite a lothomework. JACK: Didn't you even wantgothe cinema? COLIN: Not really.watched television for an hour. JACK: What wastelevision last night? CoLIN: Boxing. It was excellent. JAcK: Oh.enjoy watching boxingtelevision, too. What a pitymissedlast night! CoLIN: What did you do last night? JACK: wenta boxing-matchthe sports stadium.
7. Read the following passage once. Underline the key words while reading and retell the storyyour partner.
Miss Green was very fat. She weighed 00 kilos, and she was getting heavier every month , so she wentsee her doctor. , He said, "You need a diet, Miss Green, and I've got a good one here. " He gave her a small book and said, "Read this carefully and eat the thingspage every day. Then come back and see metwo weeks' time. "
Miss Green came again two weeks later, but she wasn't thinner; she was fatter. The doctor was surprised and said, "Are you eating the thingspage the small book?" "Yes , doctor , she answered. The next day the doctor visited Miss Green during her dinner. She was very surprisedsee him. "Miss Green," he said, "Why are you eating potatoes and bread? They aren'tyour diet. " "But, doctor," Miss Green answered, "I ate my diet at lunch time. Thismy dinner.