One night there was a heavy snowstorm, andthe morning Mr Smith's garden was fulldeep snow. Mr Smith wantedtake his car out, so he paid a manclean the path from his garagehis gate. He saidthis man, "Don't throw any snowthat side, becausewill damage the bushesmy garden; and don't throw any snow into the street, or the police will be angry. " Then Mr Smith went out. When he came back, the path was clean and the snow fromwas notthe bushes, or the fence, or the street. Mr Smith was very pleased-until he opened the garageget his car out! The garage was fullthe top with all the snow from the path, and his car was somewhere underall!
No Baseball Today
PETER: Can you play baseball with me today? JoHN: No,can't. I'm sorry.havehelp my mother. We're goingmove tomorrow. PETER: Where's the new house? Isfar from here? JoHN: No, it's not far. It's near our old house. PETER: Canhelp you pack? JoHN: Sure. Thanks. * * *
PETER: What cando? JoHN: Take the books outthe bookcase. Put themthis box. PETER: Well, the books arethe box. What cando now? JoHN: Take the magazines outthe bookcase. Put themthat box. PETER: All right. JoHN: Peter ! Pack them. Don't read them. PETER: These magazines are interesting. Mayborrow one? JOHN: Of course. PETER: Thanks, John.
QuiestionsText B 7. Read the foilowing passage once. Undertine the key words whiie reading and retell the storyyour partner.
A Better Mailman ! worked as a mailman for a short time. However,am afraiddogs andhad a lottrouble. One daytrieddeliver some lettersa big house.startedopen the gate and alla sudden a huge dog ran toward me. It growled and barked at me , sothrew the letters over the fence. The dog picked them up and carried them into the house. The dog was a better mailman thanwas!