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少儿版⑧ Lesson 2 第三课时

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Lesson 2

Is she singing?

(Ⅲ)

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Jack: What time is it, Mum? Mum: It’s six thirty. Are you getting up now? Jack: No, I’m not. Mum: It’s late. Please get up. Jack: Yes, Mum, but I’m not feeling well. Mum: What’s wrong with you? Jack: My nose is running, and I’m feeling cold. Mum: I think you only have a cold. Let’s see the doctor today. Jack: Yes, Mum. But I must go to school today, because we will have a test. ? Mum: Don’t worry. I’ll call up your teacher, and you can ask for a sick leave.

Read for fun
Writing to Tom

Peter

Tom

Jane

Peter is a very little boy. He is only five. He is not a pupil. He cannot read or write, but he likes drawing very much.

It is Sunday today. Peter’s mother is cleaning the house.

His father is working in the garden.

Jane, Peter’s sister, is helping her mother.

Peter is sitting at the desk.

Peter is a very little boy. He is only five. He is not a pupil. He cannot read or write, but he likes drawing very much. It is Sunday today. Peter’s mother is cleaning the house. His father is working in the garden.
Jane, Peter’s sister, is helping her mother. Peter is sitting at the desk.

Jane thinks Peter is drawing a picture. She comes to him, but she finds Peter is not drawing. He is writing on a piece of paper.

“What are you doing?” asks Jane. “I’m writing to my friend, Tom,” Peter answers. “But you can’t write. How can you write to him?” “Oh, it doesn’t matter. Like me, Tom can’t read or write, either.”

Jane: What are you doing?” Peter: I’m writing to my friend, Tom. Jane: But you can’t write. How can you write to him?” Peter: Oh, it doesn’t matter. Like me, Tom can’t read or write, either.

Writing to Tom
Peter is a very little boy. He is only five. He is not a pupil. He cannot read or write, but he likes drawing very much. It is Sunday today. Peter’s mother is cleaning the house, and his father is working in the garden. Jane, Peter’s sister, is helping her mother. Peter is sitting at the desk. Jane thinks Peter is drawing a picture. She comes to him, but finds Peter is not drawing. He is writing on a piece of paper. “What are you doing?” asks Jane. “I’m writing to my friend, Tom,” Peter answers. “But you can’t write. How can you write to him?” “Oh, it doesn’t matter. Like me, Tom can’t read or write, either.”

Read for fun
Writing to Tom
Peter is a very little boy. He is only five. He is not a pupil. He cannot read or write, but he likes drawing very much. It is Sunday today. Peter’s mother is cleaning the house, and his father is working in the garden. Jane, Peter’s sister, is helping her mother. Peter is sitting at the desk. Jane thinks Peter is drawing a picture. She comes to him, but finds Peter is not drawing. He is writing on a piece of paper. “What are you doing?” asks Jane. “I’m writing to my friend, Tom,” Peter answers. “But you can’t write. H

ow can you write to him?” “Oh, it doesn’t matter. Like me, Tom can’t read or write, either.”

Goodbye!


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