Mr Jones was very angry with his wife, and she was very angry with her husband. For several days they did not speakeach other at a. One evening Mr Jones was very tired when he came back from work, so he wentbed soon after dinner. Of course , he did not say anythingMrs Jones before he went upstairs. Mrs Jones washed the dinner things and then did some sewing. When she went upbed much later than her husband, she found a pieceaperthe small table near her bed. Onwere the words,"Mother. - Wake me up at 7 a. m. -Father" When Mr Jones woke up the next morning,was nearly 8 a. m. -andthe small table near his bed he saw another piecepaper. He tookand read these words: "Father. - Wake up. It7 a.m.-Mother. "
Text B A Dirty Car
John, Peter and Mark are hrothers. Their father has a new car, and they cleanfor him. It has just rained, and the carvery dirty. Johnlooking at it, and hetalkingPeter. JOHN: The car hasn't been cleaned for a few days.
PETERL: No ,hasn't . It's very dirty.
JoHN: Someone oughtcleantoday.
PETER: Mark should clean. It's his turn.
JOHN: No, he cleanedlast time. It's your turn.
PETER: No,isn't. You always cleanafter Mark.
JoHN: Oh dear,it really my turn? In that case, I'll clean tomorrow.
PETER: Cleannow. Only lazy people say they'll work tomorrow.
JoHN: Then I'll cleanthe day after tomorrow.
PETER: You are lazy. You oughtbe ashamed.?You should enjoy working
7. Read the following passage once. Underline the key words while reading and retell the storyyour partner.
Ellen walked briskly out into the yard and took a deep breathcool, fresh air. She was eagerbegin work. This timeyear, with the new growth everywhere. always made her feel that she hadhelp tbings grow. She gathered her tools and wentthe patchfreshly turned earth and began.to dig rowsholes. Then she carefully picked up one fragile plant and ptaced ita hole. Over and over she performed this same task and then gently patted the earth around each plant. Her growling stomach and the sun high,overhead told her whenwas timetake a break.