MRs WELsH: Good afternoon, Dr Dawes. DR DAwEs: Good afternoon, Mrs Welsh . MRS WELSH: Please come this way,Doctor.Peter'sthis room. DR DAwEs: Well, Peter.I'm sorry you're ill. What's the matter with you? PETER:don't know,Doctor. I'm ill.I have a headache and a stomachache. DR DAwEs: Show me your tor.gue.What did you eat yesterday? PETER: Well,Doctor,I. . . DR DAwEs: Did you eat any cake? PEKE: Yes,I ate some cake. DR DAwEs: Did you eat any ice cream? PETEK: Well,yes,I did.I ate some ice cream. DR DAWEs: Did you eat any candy? PETER: Well,yes,I did.ate some candy. DR DAwES: Young man,tell me everything you ate yesterday evening. PETER: WeII, Doctor.I wenta birthday party. DR DAwEs:see!How many piecescake did you eat? PETER: Three,Doctor. DR DAwEs: How many platesice ream did you eat,young man? PETER: Gosh,Doctor.I had only three platesice cream.John had four.
How Did You hose Your Way?
Mrs Brown's old grandfather lived with her and her husband. Every morning he went for a walkthe park and came home at half past twelve for his lunch. But one morning a police car stopped outside Mrs Brown's house at twelve o'clock, and two policemen helped Mr Brownget out. Onethem saidMrs Brown, "The poor old gentleman lost his waythe park and telephonedus for help, sowe sent a carbring him home. " Mrs Brown was very surprised, but she thanked the policemen and they left. "But, Grandfather, " she then said , "you have beenthat park nearly every day for twenty years. How did you lose your way there?" The old man smiled ,closed one eye and said, "I didn't quite lose my way.just got tired anddidn't wantwalk home ! "
7. Read the following passage once. Underline the key words while reading and retell the storyyour partner.
One morning a man was crossing a narrow bridge when he saw a fishermanthe shady bankthe deep, smooth river under him,so he stoppedwatch him quietly. After a few minutes, the fisherman pulled his line in. There was a big, fat fish at the endit. The fisherman tookoff the hook and threwback into the water. Then he put his hook and lineagain. After a few more minutes he caught another big fisb. Again he threwback into the river. Then, the third time, he caught a small fish. He putinto his basket and startedget readygo. The manthe bridge was very surprised, so he spokethe fisherman. He said, "Why did you throw those beautiful, big fish back into the water and keep only that small one?" The fisherman looked up and answered, "Small frying-pan. "