All people have friends․ There are friends, who are real and very intimate. These friends are sisters for us․ They are always with us. We trust them everything. We spend our time with them․ Friends are a part of our lives. Friends help us in every matter. Our friends have to do everything for us․ We spend our sad and happy moments with them. We do many crazy things with them․ We share with them our thoughts and dreams․ They are becoming our second self․
1.Let your friend down
a. hit b. disappoint
2. get on well with someone
a. argue a lot
b. have a good relationship with
3. Stick up for your friend
a. support b. laught at
4. fall out with you friend
a. stop being friends with
b. have a fight with
5. tell on your friend
a. talk to
b. tell someone that your friend did something wrong
6. stand by your friend
a. don’t speak to
b. be loyal to
ex. 5 c.
When Mike arrived at the station, the train leave.
The programmers finished when Tessa turn on the TV.
When the got home, the dog eat their steak.
Everybody went home when they get to the party.
Hidesaburo Ueno was a professor at the University og Tokyo. Every morning his faithful dog Hachiko said goodbye to his master at the front door and every evening dog goes to Shibuya Station to welcome his master home. One they Proffesor Ueno did’nt returnon the usual train. He had a heart attack at work and died. Friends of the Professor took the dog to their house to look after him. On the first day when they arrived home from work they find Hachiko was missing. He escaped and gone to the station when he met his master so many times. The next day and the day after that Hachiko did the same thing, In fact, he continued to meet his master for the next ten years until he finally died too.
- My brother was climbing a tree when he fell and broke his leg.(fall, climb)
- When my parents came home, we watched a DVD.(come, whach)
- Jordan was phone while my sister was doing some homework.(phone,do)
- While I was playing tennis, a ball was hitting me in the eye.(play, hit)
- Kimberley was surfing the web, when she found a great new site.(surf,find)
- While we walked on the beach it started to rain.(walk,start)
- I heard a strange noise while I was walking.
- I looked up as something hit me on the head.
- As soon as the thing hit me everything went black.
- When I was lying in a hospital bed, I woke up.
- I rang the bell as soon as a nourse came to talk to me.
- The nurse was talking to me while I fell in love with me.
Dylan: It was OK. The audience liked (like) it, I think. But we had(have) some problems.
Alan: Really?What happened(happen)?
Dylan: Well, as I sang(sing) the fourth song, all the lights suddenly went(go) out!
Alan: Oh, no!What you was doing(do).
Dylan: The audience sat in the dark and I carried on singing!
Alan: Wow! Well done-that was pretty cool of you.
Dylan: Oh, that was nothing. As soon as the light came(come) back on, I realised my microphone did wor(not work) so while the guys fixed(fix) the microphone, the band played on, and when it was fixed I started(start) singing again. No problem!
Alan: No problem? Well, I hope all your concerts aren’t like that.
Dylan: Yeah-me too!
- I’ve never had (never have) a surprise party.
- I’ve left(leave) school last june.
- Why did not you tell me yestertday.(not tell)
- I still haven’t send an email to Dave.
- How long has she had that piercing? It looks new .
- Did you go to the cinema last night.
A few years ago when I was (be) a student, I arranged (arrange) to meet a friend who visited (visit) London for a weekend. Unfortunely, I forgot(forget) to ask him one very important thing — the full name and adress of his hotel. I didn’t have (not have) any way to contact him so I just decided (deside) to looke for him in the busiest street in the street in the city! What did i think ? Anyway I Began to give up when — you’ve gueesed it — I looked up and saw my friend. He walked straight towards me, with a big smile on his face.
- That was the first time I had met her.
- We didn’t be hungry because we ate lunch already.
- Everyone went to bed when I got home.
- We arrived late but luckily the film didn’t start
- They took my plate away but I didn’t finish eating.
- Did Jon see the film before? Yes- he saw it last week.
- Why is he gesturing at you like that? Have you done something wrong?
- If you can’t hear me, you could lean forward a little.
- Just nod you head if it’s too paniful to talk.
- Do I look nervous? I feel terrifed.
- I’ve been trying to make eye contact with her for ages, but she’s not looking this way.
- Give him a warm smile and everything will be fine.
- When you fold your arms, does it mean you’re upset with me?
1.Only their mother could understand Gerland and Owen’s special laguage when they were small-F
2.Gerland and Owen can communicate even if they are in different places.-T
3.According to the text, it is rare to hear of telepathy between twins.-F
4.Damien wasn’t able to see Richard or ear anything he said daring the experiment.-T
5.Ashley Osen has experienced telepathic communication with her twin.-F
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