（1）The boy often greets his ______/`relətivz/ with some food and flowers.
（2）Mr Green will arrive at the ______/'eəpɔ:t/at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow.
（3）The highest ______/'maʊntən]/here is 2,000 metres high.
（4）The wind is blowing strongly with lots of ______ （沙子）.
Manners are very important for our daily life. There are many different customs and habits among different countries. We must find out and follow their customs so that they will not think us ill-mannered. Here are examples of the things that a person with good education(教育) does or does not do. A person with good manners is always popular, but it is troublesome to a person with bad matters.
If you visit a Chinese family, you should knock at the door first. When the door opens, you will not move before the host says "Come in, please." After you enter the room, you would not sit down until the host asks you to take a seat. When a cup of tea is put on the tea table before you or sent to your hand, you should say "Thank you" and receive it with two hands, not one hand, or they will think you are ill-mannered. Before entering a house in Japan, it is good manners to take off your shoes. In European countries, even though shoes sometimes become very dirty, this is not done. In a Malay house, a visitor never finishes the food on the table. He leaves a little to show that he has had enough. In England, a visitor always finishes the drink or the food to show that he has enjoyed it. The host will be pleased with that.
You have to give your present in public in the Middle East to show it is not a bribe(贿赂). But it's good manners to give your present in private in Asia. You mustn't give knives in Latin America because it suggests that you want to cut off the relationship(关系). You mustn't give your food or drink to Arabia because it suggests that you think your host isn't offering you enough to eat and drink.
"Come any time" means "I want you to visit me" in India. If you don't suggest a time at once, the India will think you are refusing(拒绝) the invitation. But if an English people says "Come any time", they will think you are impolite if you start fixing(确定) a date.
【1】It is important to learn that different countries and people have different manners because ________.
A. we can eat and drink well
B. we can know what to follow when we go to other countries
C. we can be taught some good examples
D. we won't be afraid of people in those countries
【2】In China, you shouldn't ________ before the host says "Come in, please".
A. knock at the door B. run away C. come into the room D. open the door
【3】In Japan, it is good manners to ________ before you enter the host's house.
A. take off your shoes B. take off your coat
C. say "Thank you" D. take a rest
【4】In a Malay house, a guest leaves a little food to show that ________.
A. he has enjoyed it B. he doesn't like the food
C. he needs some drink D. he can't eat any more
【5】Which is TRUE according to the passage?
A. It's good manners to give presents in public in China.
B. It's good manners to give knives in Latin America.
C. It's good manners to give some food to Arabia.
D. If an English people says "Come any time", it's just a lip service(客套话).
【1】The box________(重) three kilos.
【2】The new________(政府) cares more for the farmers’ lives.
【3】Sally loves reading books and she is interested in science and__________(科技).
【4】Who is________(隐藏）behind the door?
【5】My English teacher knows a lot about________(西方的）culture.
There is a reserve in Jiangsu called the Yancheng Reserve. A special girl worked there. Her name was Xu Xiujuan. Xu Xiujuan came from Heilongjiang Province. She came to work in the Yancheng Reserve in 1986.For a long time, her family cared for cranes in the Zhalong Nature Reserve in North-east China.
The Zhalong Nature Reserve is the summer home of many red-crowned cranes. The cranes start their families there. In the Zhalong Nature Reserve, Xu Xiujuan’s job was to help the workers of the reserve care for the cranes when they had babies.
Xu Xiujuan enjoyed her work very much .In her diary she wrote “I love cranes and I love nature. when I walk in the countryside, I forget the unhappiness in my life”.
On 16th September 1987,two little cranes from the Yancheng Reserve flew into the wild and did not come back .It was evening. Xu Xiujuan was worried and went to look for them. Someone told her that a farmer caught the birds. She tried to get to the farmer’s house as quickly as possible. she took a short cut, but she had to cross a river. Sadly, the river was much deeper than she thought. The young girl lost her life when she was just twenty three years old. Xu Xiujuan gave her life to the lovely red-crowned cranes.
【1】Where did Xu Xiuhuan come from?（不超过三个单词）
【2】What special animals live in Yancheng Nature Reserve?（不超过三个单词）
【3】What was Xu’s job?
【4】In which year did Xu Xiujuan die?（不超过三个单词）__________________________________________________________
【5】What do you think of Xu Xiujuan?（不超过五个单词）
Ingredients：1.five eggs 2.some green onions 3.a teaspoon of salt 4.three teaspoons of oil
How to make it：First，beat up(搅拌) the five eggs in a bowl. Cut_up_the_green_onions_and_put_them_in_the_bowl， too.Put in a teaspoon of salt and mix it all up.Next，put the pan(平底锅) on the gas cooker(煤气灶) and turn on the gas cooker.Pour three teaspoons of oil into the pan.Then pour the eggs into the pan when the oil is hot.Turn it over from time to time.About five minutes later，it is OK.Finally，put it onto a plate.
【1】How many eggs do we need?
【2】How much salt do we need?
【3】When should we pour the eggs into the pan?
A. Turn on the gas cooker.
B. Cook it until it is OK.
C. Pour some oil into the pan.
D. Pour the eggs into the pan.
E. Beat up the eggs.
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