Mr Jones had a farm outside the town. His wife was often ill and his children were young. So he couldn"t look after it by himself. He employed(雇)Jack and Harry as workers. He tried to pay them less though they worked hard. The food for the two young men was bad and they lived in a short and wet house on the farm. They tried to find a way to make reprisals(报复).
  Christmas was coming. Mr Jones said he had no money to pay Jack and Harry. So they couldn"t buy any birds for their families. When Jack was taking some vegetables to Mr Jones, he saw two fat geese(鹅) hung near the window on the second floor. He told his workmate about it. They decided to take them away.
  It was dark when the two young men got to Mr Jones" house that evening. Jack placed a ladder against the wall and Harry was going upstairs while a policeman was passing there.
  "What are you doing there?" the policeman stopped to ask.
  Harry was too frightened to say a word. Jack answered in a hurry, "Mr Jones often helps us. So we"ve brought two fat geese to him."
  The policeman had a look at his watch and said, "It"s ten past two. They must be asleep. Don"t disturb(打扰) them late at night. Bring them here tomorrow."
  "You"re right, sir," Harry said. He came down with the two geese and then hurried off with Jack.
  
  1. _____ , so he employed the two young men.
  A. Mr Jones needed some helpers
  B. Mr Jones felt lonely on the farm
  C. Mr Jones had no time to work on his farm
  D. Mr Jones had to look after his wife
  2. Jack and Harry wanted to make reprisals because _____ .
  A. Mr Jones was going to send them away
  B. Mr Jones was too rich
  C. they were too poor
  D. Mr Jones was very bad to them
  3. The two young men tried to get the geese for _____ .
  A. themselvesB. their families
  C. the policemanD. Mr Jones
  4. Harry was afraid _____ , so he couldn"t say a word.
  A. he would wake the Jones up
  B. he would fall from the ladder
  C. the policeman would regard them as thieves
  D. the policeman would share the geese with them
  5. The foolish policeman told the two young men _____ .
  A. not to make any noiseB. to take the geese away
  C. to hang the geese againD. give the geese to him
  
  (二)
  Bill, Robert and Mike study in a middle school in a town. And they"re all in Grade Three. During their holidays they came to a village by a large lake. They hired(租) a boat and went fishing in the lake. They happened to come to an out-of-way(偏僻的) place. They were very happy because there were plenty of fish and it was easy to fish there. Before long they got a lot of fish. Bill wanted to go on fishing but Robert stopped him. He said," Look up! There"re many clouds in the sky and I"m sure it"s going to rain."
  "Let"s leave here quickly, "said Mike," Or we"ll be drenched(淋湿)."
  When they left the place, Bill said, "We"d better make a mark(记号) here so that we"ll easily find the place tomorrow."
  "All right," Robert said happily," Let me do that."
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  (一)You"re Right, Sir
  Mr Jones had a farm outside the town. His wife was often ill and his children were young. So he couldn"t look after it by himself. He employed(gu)Jack and Harry as workers. He tried to pay them less though they worked hard. The food for the two young men was bad and they lived in a short and wet house on the farm. They tried to find a way to make reprisals(报复).
  Christmas was coming. Mr Jones said he had no money to pay Jack and Harry. So they couldn"t buy any birds for their families. When Jack was taking some vegetables to Mr Jones, he saw two fat geese(鹅) hung near the window on the second floor. He told his workmate about it. They decided to take them away.
  It was dark when the two young men got to Mr Jones" house that evening. Jack placed a ladder against the wall and Harry was going upstairs while a policeman was passing there.
  "What are you doing there?" the policeman stopped to ask.
  Harry was too frightened to say a word. Jack answered in a hurry, "Mr Jones often helps us. So we"ve brought two fat geese to him."
  The policeman had a look at his watch and said, "It"s ten past two. They must be asleep. Don"t disturb(打扰) them late at night. Bring them here tomorrow."
  "You"re right, sir," Harry said. He came down with the two geese and then hurried off with Jack.
  
  1. _____ , so he employed the two young men.
  A. Mr Jones needed some helpers
  B. Mr Jones felt lonely on the farm
  C. Mr Jones had no time to work on his farm
  D. Mr Jones had to look after his wife
  2. Jack and Harry wanted to make reprisals because _____ .
  A. Mr Jones was going to send them away
  B. Mr Jones was too rich
  C. they were too poor
  D. Mr Jones was very bad to them
  3. The two young men tried to get the geese for _____ .
  A. themselvesB. their families
  C. the policemanD. Mr Jones
  4. Harry was afraid _____ , so he couldn"t say a word.
  A. he would wake the Jones up
  B. he would fall from the ladder
  C. the policeman would regard them as thieves
  D. the policeman would share the geese with them
  5. The foolish policeman told the two young men _____ .
  A. not to make any noiseB. to take the geese away
  C. to hang the geese againD. give the geese to him
  
  (二)
  Bill, Robert and Mike study in a middle school in a town. And they"re all in Grade Three. During their holidays they came to a village by a large lake. They hired(租) a boat and went fishing in the lake. They happened to come to an out-of-way(偏僻的) place. They were very happy because there were plenty of fish and it was easy to fish there. Before long they got a lot of fish. Bill wanted to go on fishing but Robert stopped him. He said," Look up! There"re many clouds in the sky and I"m sure it"s going to rain."
  "Let"s leave here quickly, "said Mike," Or we"ll be drenched(linshi)."
  When they left the place, Bill said, "We"d better make a mark(记号) here so that we"ll easily find the place tomorrow."
  "All right," Robert said happily," Let me do that."

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  (yi)You"re Right, Sir
  Mr Jones had a farm outside the town. His wife was often ill and his children were young. So he couldn"t look after it by himself. He employed(雇)Jack and Harry as workers. He tried to pay them less though they worked hard. The food for the two young men was bad and they lived in a short and wet house on the farm. They tried to find a way to make reprisals(bao复).
  Christmas was coming. Mr Jones said he had no money to pay Jack and Harry. So they couldn"t buy any birds for their families. When Jack was taking some vegetables to Mr Jones, he saw two fat geese(e) hung near the window on the second floor. He told his workmate about it. They decided to take them away.
  It was dark when the two young men got to Mr Jones" house that evening. Jack placed a ladder against the wall and Harry was going upstairs while a policeman was passing there.
  "What are you doing there?" the policeman stopped to ask.
  Harry was too frightened to say a word. Jack answered in a hurry, "Mr Jones often helps us. So we"ve brought two fat geese to him."
  The policeman had a look at his watch and said, "It"s ten past two. They must be asleep. Don"t disturb(打rao) them late at night. Bring them here tomorrow."
  "You"re right, sir," Harry said. He came down with the two geese and then hurried off with Jack.
  
  1. _____ , so he employed the two young men.
  A. Mr Jones needed some helpers
  B. Mr Jones felt lonely on the farm
  C. Mr Jones had no time to work on his farm
  D. Mr Jones had to look after his wife
  2. Jack and Harry wanted to make reprisals because _____ .
  A. Mr Jones was going to send them away
  B. Mr Jones was too rich
  C. they were too poor
  D. Mr Jones was very bad to them
  3. The two young men tried to get the geese for _____ .
  A. themselvesB. their families
  C. the policemanD. Mr Jones
  4. Harry was afraid _____ , so he couldn"t say a word.
  A. he would wake the Jones up
  B. he would fall from the ladder
  C. the policeman would regard them as thieves
  D. the policeman would share the geese with them
  5. The foolish policeman told the two young men _____ .
  A. not to make any noiseB. to take the geese away
  C. to hang the geese againD. give the geese to him
  
  (二)
  Bill, Robert and Mike study in a middle school in a town. And they"re all in Grade Three. During their holidays they came to a village by a large lake. They hired(租) a boat and went fishing in the lake. They happened to come to an out-of-way(偏pi的) place. They were very happy because there were plenty of fish and it was easy to fish there. Before long they got a lot of fish. Bill wanted to go on fishing but Robert stopped him. He said," Look up! There"re many clouds in the sky and I"m sure it"s going to rain."
  "Let"s leave here quickly, "said Mike," Or we"ll be drenched(淋shi)."
  When they left the place, Bill said, "We"d better make a mark(记hao) here so that we"ll easily find the place tomorrow."
  "All right," Robert said happily," Let me do that."
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  There was once a king of Scotland whose name was Robert Bruce. He had need to be both brave and wise, for the times in which he lived were wild and rude. The King of England was at war with him, and had led a great army into Scotland to drive him out of the land.
  Battle after battle had been fought. Six times had Bruce led his brave little army against his foes1; and six times had his men been beaten, and driven into flight. At last his army was scattered2, and he was forced to hide himself in the woods and in lonely places among the mountains.
  One rainy day, Bruce lay on the ground under a rude shed3 , listening to the sweet patter4 of the drops on the roof above him. He was tired and sick at heart, and ready to give up all hope. It seemed to him that there was no use for him to try to do anything more.
  As he lay thinking, he saw a spider over his head, making ready to weave5 her web. He watched her as she toiled6 slowly and with great care. Six times she tried to throw her frail7 thread from one beam to another, and six times it fell short.
  "Poor thing!" said Bruce: "you, too, know what it is to fail."
  But the spider did not lose hope with the sixth failure. With still more care, she made ready to try for the seventh time. Bruce almost forgot his own troubles as he watched her swing8 herself out upon the slender9 line. Would she fail again? No! A little while, the thread was carried safely to the beam, and fastened there.
  "I, too, should have tried again. I will try a seventh time!" cried Bruce.
  He arose and called his men together. He told them of his plans, and sent them out with messages of cheer to his disheartened people. Soon there was anarmy of brave Scotchmen around him. Another battle was fought, and the King of England was glad to go back into his own country.
  I have heard it said, that, after that day, no one by the name of Bruce would ever hurt a spider. The lesson which the little creature had taught the king was never forgotten.
  
  从前,苏格兰有个国wang,名叫罗伯特·布鲁斯。他所处de时代是个不文明的野蛮时代,因此他必须机智勇敢。英格兰国王向他开战,率领大军入侵苏格兰,要把他赶出国土。
  战争yi场接一场地打响。布鲁斯六ci率领他的部队与敌人英勇作战,可是六次都因为寡不敌众而被打得狼狈而逃。最后,他的部队溃散了,他也被迫躲进荒僻的山林里。
  一个雨天,布鲁斯躺在一间简陋小屋的地上,听着屋顶上清脆的滴滴答答的雨声。他又疲倦,又伤心,已准备放弃所有的xi望了,对他来说,彷佛任何努力都是徒劳。
  正当他躺着思索的时候,看见一只蜘蛛在他头上,准备吐丝织网。他注视着这只蜘蛛缓慢而费力地劳作。它六次试图把那纤弱的蛛丝从一道横梁系到另一道横梁上qu。但是六次都失败了。
  “可怜的东西!”布鲁斯说道,“你也知道失败的滋味。”
  但是蜘蛛并没有由于六次的失败而灰心。它更加小心谨慎地准备第七次尝试。当布鲁斯看见蜘蛛在柔弱的细丝上摆动时,他几乎忘记了自己的烦恼。它会再次失败吗?不!不久,这根丝被稳妥地带到横梁上,而且牢牢地系在那儿了。
  “我也应该再一次尝试的。我要做第七次尝试!”布鲁斯喊了起来。
  他一跃而起,把他的士兵召集在一起,他把自己的计划告诉了他们,并且派他们把鼓舞人心的信息带给他那些已失去信心的臣民。很快地,他周围就组成了一支勇敢的苏格兰军队。另一场战斗打响了,英格兰国王被赶回了他自己的国土。
  据说从那天以后,凡是叫布鲁斯的人,都不会伤害蜘蛛。这个小家伙所带给国王的启示,将被后人永远牢记。
  
  注释:
  ① foe n.敌人;反对者
  ② scatter v.分散;驱散
  ③ shed n.棚,小屋
  ④ patter n.急速拍打声,轻快脚步声
  ⑤ weave v.编织;编排n.织法,织物
  ⑥ toil v.苦干,费力地做;跋涉
  ⑦ frail adj. 虚弱的,脆弱的
  ⑧ swing v.摇摆,摆动
  ⑨slender adj.微弱的;苗条的
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  在陈述句之后加上一个与之相反de简短问句,这种句子叫做反意疑问句。
  反意疑问句分为两类:
  1.前一bu分为肯定式,后一部分为否定式
  2.前一部分为否定式,后一部分为肯定式
  反意疑问句的gou成:
  1.主语+肯定陈述句,+助动词(情态动词,be,have…)的否定式+主语
  2.主语+否定陈述句(包括肯定形式中有never,few,little,seldom,hardly,nobody,nothing等否定意意的词时),+助动词(情态动词,be,have…)的肯定形式+主语
  3.主句为祈使句时,+will或shall主语
  4.特殊结构:
  (1)主句为感叹句时,附加疑问句用be如:
  How fine the weather is,isn"t it?
  多好的天气啊,不是ma?
  (2)主句的主语为everyone,someone,anyone时,附加疑问句的主语为he或they,而且谓语动词要与其保持一zhi。如:
  Everyone is here,aren"t they?
  人都到齐了,不是吗?
  (3)主句的主语为this,that,everything,nothing,动名词或动词不定式时,附加疑问句的主语用it,谓语动词要与其保持一致。
  This is an interesting book,isn"t it?
  这是一本有趣的书,不是吗?
  (4)主句的主语为none时,附加疑问句的动词为单数,主语为第三人称
  Nothing is wrong,is it?
  没有错,是吗?
  (5)主句部分有I am+表语时,附加疑问句中用aren"t I代替。如:
  I am a student,aren"t I?
  (6)在therebe句式中,附加疑问句的主语用there。如:
  There is someone in the room,isn"t there?
  屋里有人,不是吗?
  (7)陈述部分是含有宾语从句的主从复合句时,疑问部分中的动词和主语代词应和主句中的动词和主语保持一致。但是,如果陈述部分是“I或We don"t think(believe…)+宾语从句”时,疑问部分中的动词和主语应和宾语从句中的动词和主语保持一致并且要用肯定形式。如:
  I don"t think he is right,is he?
  我认为他不对,是吗?
  (8)当陈述句中有had better时,反意疑问句的动词用had。如:
  You"d better not smoke,had you?
  你最好别吸烟,好吗?
  (9)当must,can等表示推测意意时,反问部分要依据情态动词后的动词及相应的主语来构成。如:
  She must be our new teacher,isn"t she?
  她一定是我们的新老师,不是吗!
  (10)含有or,and,but连接的句子,要按最后一个句子变反意疑问句。如:
  We were at work yesterday,but Li Lei wasn"t,was he?
  我们昨天在工作,但李雷没有,不是吗?

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  There was once a king of Scotland whose name was Robert Bruce. He had need to be both brave and wise, for the times in which he lived were wild and rude. The King of England was at war with him, and had led a great army into Scotland to drive him out of the land.
  Battle after battle had been fought. Six times had Bruce led his brave little army against his foes1; and six times had his men been beaten, and driven into flight. At last his army was scattered2, and he was forced to hide himself in the woods and in lonely places among the mountains.
  One rainy day, Bruce lay on the ground under a rude shed3 , listening to the sweet patter4 of the drops on the roof above him. He was tired and sick at heart, and ready to give up all hope. It seemed to him that there was no use for him to try to do anything more.
  As he lay thinking, he saw a spider over his head, making ready to weave5 her web. He watched her as she toiled6 slowly and with great care. Six times she tried to throw her frail7 thread from one beam to another, and six times it fell short.
  "Poor thing!" said Bruce: "you, too, know what it is to fail."
  But the spider did not lose hope with the sixth failure. With still more care, she made ready to try for the seventh time. Bruce almost forgot his own troubles as he watched her swing8 herself out upon the slender9 line. Would she fail again? No! A little while, the thread was carried safely to the beam, and fastened there.
  "I, too, should have tried again. I will try a seventh time!" cried Bruce.
  He arose and called his men together. He told them of his plans, and sent them out with messages of cheer to his disheartened people. Soon there was anarmy of brave Scotchmen around him. Another battle was fought, and the King of England was glad to go back into his own country.
  I have heard it said, that, after that day, no one by the name of Bruce would ever hurt a spider. The lesson which the little creature had taught the king was never forgotten.
  
  从前,苏格兰有个国王,名叫罗伯特·布鲁斯。他所处的时代是个不文明的野蛮时代,因此他必须机智勇敢。英格兰国王向他开战,率领大军入侵苏格兰,要ba他赶出国土。
  战争一场接一场地打响。布鲁斯六ci率领他的部队与敌人英勇作战,可是六次都因为寡不敌众而被打得狼狈而逃。最后,他的部队溃散了,他也被迫躲进荒僻的山林里。
  一个雨天,布鲁斯躺在一间简陋小屋的地shang,听着屋顶上清脆的滴滴答答的雨声。他又疲倦,又伤心,已准备放弃所有的希望了,对他来说,彷佛任何努力都是徒劳。
  正当他躺着思索的时候,看见一zhi蜘zhu在他头上,准备吐丝织网。他注视着这只蜘蛛缓慢而费力地劳作。它六次试图把那纤弱的蛛丝从一道横梁系到另一道横梁上去。但是六次都失败了。
  “可怜的东西!”布鲁斯说道,“你也知道失败的滋味。”
  但是蜘蛛并没有由于六次的失败而灰心。它更加小心谨慎地准备第七次尝试。当布鲁斯看见蜘蛛在柔弱的细丝上摆动时,他几乎忘记了自己的烦恼。它会再次失败吗?不!不久,这根丝被稳妥地带到横梁上,而且牢牢地系在那儿了。
  “我也应该再一次尝试的。我要做第七次尝试!”布鲁斯喊了起来。
  他一跃而起,把他的士兵召集在一起,他把自己的计划告诉了他们,并且派他们把鼓舞人心的信息带给他那些已失去信心的臣民。hen快地,他周围就组成了一支勇敢的苏格兰军队。另一场战斗打响了,英格兰国王被赶回了他自己的国土。
  据说从那天以后,凡是叫布鲁斯的人,都不会伤害蜘蛛。这个小家伙所带给国王的启示,将被后人永远牢记。
  
  注释:
  ① foe n.敌人;反对者
  ② scatter v.分散;驱散
  ③ shed n.棚,小屋
  ④ patter n.急速拍打声,轻快脚步声
  ⑤ weave v.编织;编排n.织法,织物
  ⑥ toil v.苦干,费力地做;跋涉
  ⑦ frail adj. 虚弱的,脆弱的
  ⑧ swing v.摇摆,摆动
  ⑨slender adj.微弱的;苗条的

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  The Ugly Queen
  
  In the ancient times, a queen ruled a beautiful country with green mountains and clear waters.While all the people of the country were very beautiful, the queen was extremely ugly. She had a short and fat body with a hooked nose and a crooked mouth.She was so ugly that nobody wanted to see her, for when they did they wouldn"t help laughing.
  The queen was so angry at heruglinessthatshewould lose her appetite for food, especiallywhencomparingher own image in the mirror with those of other people.
  She lay on her bed thinkinghowtobeautifyherself:there was no use in applying any powder on her face... Suddenly she had an idea: if she could smash all the mirrors in the country,the people would have no way to compare their images with hers without seeing their beauty.
  And then she gave a "royal order" and commanded all the people to smash their mirrors.Anybody acted against the order was to be put to death immediately. And now she felt relieved and thought nobody could find out who was beautiful and who was ugly.
  One autumn morning, she took many woman attendants to play along a lake.The lake was as clear as a mirror. The attendants laughed proudly when they saw their beautiful figures reflected in the lake.The ugly looking queen also saw her reflection and found it as ugly as before.She got so angry that she trembled.In great anger, she came up with an idea: simply tramp the big mirror till it breaks. She used all her power and jumped into the lake. Splash! The ugly looking queen fell into the lake.She struggled for a while but failed to get out of the water and sank to the bottom.
  Soon the water returned to its normal quietness and clarity.
  Now when people pass by the lake, their beautiful images are still reflected as clearly as before in the water.
  
  古时候,有一个女皇,她统治的国家山清水秀,十分美丽。尽管这个国家的人们个个貌美,女皇却极其丑陋。她身材又矮又胖,还长着鹰钩鼻子,歪歪嘴。她实在是太丑了,谁都不愿意看见她,因为人们看见她的时候总忍不住发笑。
  女皇为自己的丑陋感到很恼火,特别是在将镜子中丑陋的自己和别人作比较时,她都气得没了食欲。
  女皇躺在床上,苦xiang让自己变得漂亮起来的法子:往脸上擦粉吧?那不管事……后纁i蝗幌氤隽烁鲋饕狷如果把全国的镜子都打碎,人们就无法看到自己的美貌,也就无法同她的丑相比较了。
  于是她下了一道“圣旨”,要求全国的人们都把镜子砸了。任何kang旨的人都会dang即处以死刑。女皇现在感觉轻松了,她觉得不会有人区别出谁美谁丑了。
  一个秋天的早晨,女皇带着很多侍女沿着湖边游玩。湖水清澈得像一面镜子,侍女们看到自己映在湖里那亭亭玉立的身影,都得意地笑了起来。丑陋的女皇也看到了自己的倒影,当她发现自己还是一如既往地丑陋,气得浑身发颤。一气之下,她又想出了一个主意:干脆一脚跺碎这面镜子。于是,她使出全力跳到湖中。扑通!丑陋的女皇掉到了湖里。她挣扎了一会儿,没能出水,最终沉人了湖底。
  不久,湖水又恢复了平静和清澈。
  此后,凡是从湖边路过的人,他们美丽的身影还像从前那样清晰地映在湖水里。

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