1．When you come out of the __16__, turn__17__ and walk until you reach the ___18___.
2．At school, they had been well-taught, but__19__ that they could __20__seventeen by __21__, seventeen by __22__,seventeen by __23__, and still __24__their father's __25__.
Part II Finding Your Way
II. It is not very difficult to find your way __8__ the station __9__ the school. When you come __10__ the station, turn left and walk until you reach the traffic lights. Turn left again. You will be __11__ St. Johns Street. Keep walking until you come __12__ the cinema. Just __13__ the cinema, there is a very narrow street __14__ the left. This is Stamp Street. The school is __15__ two hundred yards __16__ this street __17__ the right. There is a church opposite.
Part III A Short Story--The Will
Ⅰ．What is the old man's will?
“To my __18__,I leave my __19__. My__20__ son shall take __21__. My __22__son shall take __23__. My__24__ son shall take __25__.Shed __26__.Do __27__. You must__28__ your father's will.”
28．____The three sons went to a wise man for advice.
29．____ The wise man gave them a horse.
30．____ He told them how to divide the horses.
31．____The eldest son got nine horses, the second son got six horses, and the youngest son got two horses.
32．____The wise man's horse was given to the youngest son.
Drill 1 1． I went to France last year.
2． He wore this tie a week ago.
3． We invited Simon to lunch last Saturday.
4． John had lunch an hour ago.
5. The war ended in 1945.
6． I gave the books to Peter.
7． He lent the hammer to Mr. Williams.
8． She bought that tie for Uncle Tom.
9． He's bringing that ice-cream for that fat boy.
10． I'm writing this card to my brother.
Drill 2 1．The students have a class at nine.
2． Mary eats lunch in the dorm at noon.
3． Was Ted late to class ?
4． Her friends weren't at the dorm.
5． One teacher is from New York; the others are from Chicago.
B 1． When you come out of the station, turn left and walk until you reach the traffic lights.
2． At school, they had been well-taught, but not so well that they could divide seventeen by two, seventeen by three, seventeen by nine, and still obey their father's will.
Part II 2~7:traffic lights/St. Johns Street/cinema/Stamp Street/school/church 8~17: from/to/out of/on/to/after/on/about/down/on 18~28: three sons/seventeen horses/eldest/a half/second/a third/youngest/a ninth/no blood/not kill/obey 29~33: T/T/F/T/F
Finding Your way (56")
It is not very difficult to find your way from the station to the school. When you come out of the station, turn left and walk until you reach the traffic lights. Turn left again. You will be on St. Johns Street. Keep walking until you come to the cinema. Just after the cinema, there is a very narrow street on the left. This is Stamp Street. The school is about two hundred yards down this street on the right. There is a church opposite.
A Short Story ---- The Will (1'52")
There was an old man who had three sons and seventeen horses. “I've written my will,” he told his sons. “I'm going to leave my horses to the three of you. But you must share them as I say.”
The old man died. The will was opened. “To my three sons, I leave my seventeen horses. My eldest son shall take a half. My second son shall take a third. My youngest son shall take a ninth. Shed no blood. Do not kill. You must obey your father's will.”
The three sons were puzzled. At school, they had been well-taught, but not so well that they could divide seventeen by two, seventeen by three, seventeen by nine, and still obey their father's will.
What did they do ? They went to a wise man and asked his advice. “I will give you a horse,” said the wise man, “now go away and obey your father's will.”
They took the horse and went away. They now had eighteen horses. The eldest son took a half, the second son took a third, the youngest son took a ninth, and the wise man' horse, they gave it back.