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? How long may I keep (keep, lend) the book. ? How long (How often, How long) can I keep the book? ? Jack is a little stronger (strong, stronger) than Peter. ? The man picked up (got up, picked up) the hare.
? You mustn’t lend it to others (other, others).
? From then on (From then on, From to), the farmer didn’t work any more.
? The farmer waited for (waited for, asked for) another hare to appear. ? Must we borrow the books with ID card? ? No, you needn’t (needn’t, mustn’t)
? From then on, the farmer didn’t work any more and waited for (looked for, waited for) another hare. lend/ borrow ? May I borrow (lend, borrow) your book? ? Can you lend (lend, borrow) me your bike?
unit11The Lion and the Mouse
? One day a mouse was looking for (寻找) something to eat. Suddenly he ran into a lion.
Who caught the mouse one day? The lion caught （catch, caught）the mouse. He looked at the mouse and said, “You’re too small (太小)for a meal.” Did the lion eat the mouse up? Why?
How can a little thing Please let me go, Mr Lion like you help the great king of the animals One day I will help you OK, I will let you go Did the lion think the mouse can help him at first? Thank you very much That’s very good of you
? The next week the mouse was again looking for something to eat. ? He saw (see) the lion under a tree. ? The lion was (be) in a net and could not (can not) get out.
Was the lion in the net one day? Could he get out?
? The mouse went up to （走上前）him. ? “Don’t worry, Mr Lion. I will help you,” said the mouse. ? Then he began （begin）to bite the net. ? Soon he made(make) a big hole in the net.
? At last the lion got out of (走出)the net. He was very happy. “Thank you,” he said. “Thank you so much!”
嘿~小意思! You are welcome!
What does the story tell us?启示
The small can help the great.
? look for 寻找 ? A tiger is looking for something to eat. ? laugh 笑 ? The lion laughed.
? bite 咬 ? The mouse began to bite the net.
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at last 最后 get out of 走出(…之外) At last the lion got out of the net. eat up 吃光 eat up the mouse = eat the mouse up
? run into 偶然遇见 ? I ran into an old school friend in the street yesterday. ? too…for…. 对…来说太… ? You are too small for a meal. ? The book is too difficult for me.
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let 祈使句 Let me help you. Let me go. That’s very good of you. That’s very kind of you. That’s very nice of you.
? go up to 走上前去 ? The mouse went up to the mouse. ? He went up to the teacher and said ,”Good morning.”
How can a little thing Please let me go, Mr Lion like you help the great king of the animals One day I will help you OK, I will let you go Did the lion think the mouse can help him at first? Tha