『壹』 仁爱版英语七年级下册 一.完形填空 二.阅读理解 三.任务型阅读 请学霸火速前来解答！
1. C farmhouse 农场
2. B a lot of = lots of 许多
3. A look after 照看 look for 寻找 look up向上看
4. C the + 名词复数
5. A move to + 地点： 搬去某地
6. B 谓语用了“were”, 主语用复数
7. C 主谓一致，后面是“banks”,所以用“are”
8. A 前面有supermarket,所以是“买东西”
9. C “城市也有不好的地方”A. 干净的 B. 安静的 C. 吵闹的
10. A “价格，花费高“用high
1. B 第一行“My home is in a small city”我家在一个小城市
2. A 第五行“there are seven banks”
3. A "主干道"
4. C 第三行 “the main land is near our school”
5. B 倒数第三行 “there is a sports center, many shops, restaruants, a supermarket, a bookstore and a hospitsl in our community”
C B E A D
『贰』 仁爱英语七年级下册 7unit the birthay party 61页1a 的翻译
不要是你的作业要我们来帮忙,如果是这样,我错了. 康康的生日派对怎么样？很好. 你在派对上唱了一首歌吗？是的，我唱了。你唱的是中文歌还是英文
『陆』 仁爱英语七年级小故事 2~3分钟
The Fox and the Crow
A Fox once saw a Crow fly off with a piece of cheese in its
beak and settle on a branch of a tree.
"That's for me, as I am a
Fox," said Master Reynard, and he walked up to the foot of the
"Good-day, Mistress Crow," he cried.
"How well you are
looking to-day: how glossy your feathers; how bright your eye.
feel sure your voice must surpass that of other birds, just as
your figure does; let me hear but one song from you that I may
greet you as the Queen of Birds."
The Crow lifted up her head and
began to caw her best, but the moment she opened her mouth the
piece of cheese fell to the ground, only to be snapped up by
"That will do," said he.
"That was all I wanted.
exchange for your cheese I will give you a piece of advice for the
"Do not trust flatterers."
The Fox and the Goat
One day a fox fell into a well. He tried to get out of it, but he couldn’t. Just then a goat came to the well. She wanted to drink some water. She looked down into the well and saw a fox there. The goat said to the fox, “Is the water good?” “Yes, I will,” said the goat, “for I’m very thirsty.” The goat jumped into the well and drank much water as she liked. After a while the goat said to the fox, “How can we get out of this well?” The fox said, “Well! Stand on your hind legs and put your forefeet on the wall. Then I will climb upon your back and get out. After that I will help you out.” “Oh, it’s a fine idea,” said the goat. And the fox got upon her back and jumped out of the well. “Now help me out, please!” said the goat. “You foolish fellow!” said the fox. “Why didn’t you think of how to get out, before you jumped in?” So saying, he ran away
The Wolf and the Lamb
Once upon a time a wolf was drinking water at a brook on a hillside. When he looked up, he saw a little lamb beginning to drink water a little down. The wolf wanted to eat the lamb. He thought he could catch the lamb by a trick. He said to the lamb. “You are making the water dirty, and I cannot drink it.” The lamb said, “Am I making the water dirty? That is impossible. You see, you are higher up than I. The water runs down from you to me, so I cannot make it dirty." " Well, then," said the wolf, " for I was born this year." " I don’ t care," cried the wolf." If it was not you, it was probably your father." Then the wolf could say no more, and went away