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Can you ride a bicycle?  

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Can you ride a bicycle?   Yes, I can.

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Do you have a bicycle of your own?  

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Do you have a bicycle of your own?   Yes, I do. I have a bike of my own.

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What is the boy in the picture doing?  

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What is the boy in the picture doing?   He is looking at a new bike in the window.

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Matthew Jenkins stopped off at White’s Toy Store after school as he always did. That shiny new bicycle — his bike — was still there in the window. Matthew had set his heart on that bicycle. It had sparkling blue paint, racing wheels, and even a horn. That bike stood out from all the rest.

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But he knew he couldn’t have it. He had no money. Nevertheless, Matthew set out to find a way. By the time the boy showed up at home, his family was already eating dinner. “Where have you been, son?” his mother asked.

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“Uh...at...at school,” Matthew stammered. He was too embarrassed to tell his mother the truth. He let on that he had been helping his teacher with something.   “That’s strange,” said Mr. Jenkins, “because your sister Sarah told me that you were at the toy store.”  

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“Oh, Daddy,” Matthew cried, “I’ve just got to have that bicycle in the window! Can you give me the money?” “Darling,” his mother replied, “you know your father was laid off from his job. There’s no way we could give you that much money.”  

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But Mr. Jenkins had an idea. “Why don’t you just ask Mr. White at the toy store for a job?” Mr. Jenkins suggested. “Maybe you could earn the money.”   The next day after school, Matthew ran to White’s Toy Store. “I’d really like to get that bike in the window,” he panted, “but I don’t have any money.... I mean, I’ll work really hard.... Can I please have a job?”  

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Mr. White smiled sadly. “I wish I could help you, son, but times are hard. I can’t hire you right now.” Matthew was disappointed. He felt like giving up. He turned slowly and walked out. But Matthew didn’t let go of his hopes. Every day he went to the toy store to peer in the window and dream about the bicycle.

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Then one day he noticed the bike was gone. The boy ran into the store.   “Where is it? Where’s my bike?” He wailed. “Oh, this morning someone bought it,” Mr. White explained. “But cheer up, son. I’ll have other bikes in soon.”  

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Matthew’s heart was broken. The boy walked home slowly. But as he entered the front door, his face lit up. Could it be? There in the living room was the bike! But where had it come from? “Son,” Mr. Jenkins explained, “this is Mr. Roberts. He owns the hardware store across from the toy store. He bought this bike for you.”

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“Uh...thank you, sir,” Matthew said. “But why?”   Mr. Roberts smiled. “I’m just repaying a kindness,” the man replied. “You see, when I was your age, my family was poor. We often had to do without. Then someone bought me a train set — the most wonderful thing in the world to me.

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When I saw how you kept admiring this bike, I decided to pass along the favor. I hope you’ll do the same one day.” And as Matthew ran his hands across the shiny new bike, he knew that one day he would.

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shiny ['Na0n0] adj. bright 亮麗的 He bought a shiny new sports car. Her black hair was clean and shiny.

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sparkling ['spArkl0H] adj. clear and bright 閃亮的 The diamond ring on her finger was sparkling in the light.

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nevertheless [`nGvQMD'lGs] adv. however 儘管如此 He was very tired. Nevertheless, he kept on working. The toy was expensive. Nevertheless, he decided to buy it for his son.

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stammer ['st$mQ] v. [I] to speak with difficulty, repeating words or sounds 口吃 Whenever I was nervous, I began to stammer. “F-f-for-g-gi-ve me,” he stammered.

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pant [p$nt] v. [I] to breathe quickly and loudly 喘氣;氣喘著說 The dog was panting because of the hot weather. “I can’t run any farther!” he panted.

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hire [ha0r] v. [T] to employ people 雇用 They hired more than five hundred workers for the new factory. Nobody wanted to hire him because he was lazy and drank too much.

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peer [p0r] v. [I] to look at something very hard 瞪著看 He peered at the tiny picture in the newspaper. I saw the police officer peer into the taxi driver’s window.

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wail [wel] v. [I] to cry loudly 大聲哭 A mother was wailing for her lost child. The child wailed in pain.

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repay [r0'pe] v. [T] to do something or give something in return 回報 He repaid the kindness by passing along a favor. She was very kind to me. I don’t know how I can ever repay her.

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wonderful ['wKndQfDl] adj. very good 非常好的 It’s wonderful to see you again. It’s the most wonderful movie I’ve ever seen.

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admire [Dd'ma0r] v. [T] to respect and like very much 讚賞 He jumped into the river and saved the drowning girl. Everyone admired his great courage. They are admiring his shiny new car.

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favor ['fevQ] n. [C] an act of kindness 親切的行為;恩惠 Will you do me a favor? May I ask a favor of you?

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horn [hCrn] n. [C] a device that makes a loud noise as a signal or warning (腳踏車的)喇叭

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hardware store ['hArd`wGr stCr] n. [C] a shop where articles for the house and garden such as tools, nails and paint are sold 五金店

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stop off to stop for a short time 中途停留片刻 We stopped off after school at McDonald’s before going home.

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set one’s heart on something to want something very much 醉心於某事物;渴望 He had set his heart on that bike.

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stand out to be noticeable, much better 表現突出;顯眼;醒目 John was very tall and stood out in the crowd. Their teamwork was excellent and stood out in the contest.

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set out to do something to start to do something 決定努力做好某事 Tom set out to improve his English.

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show up to appear 出現 We had agreed to meet at the gym, but she did not show up.

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let on to pretend; to make people believe something 使人以為 The old man likes to let on that he is very rich.

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lay someone off to make someone leave his job 資遣或遣散某人 The company lost the contract and had to lay off half its workers.

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let go of something to stop holding or keeping something; to give something up 對‥‥‥放手;放棄某事物 The man would not let go of the rope. The girl tried to let go of her bad habits.

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do without (something) to continue or survive without (something) 不用某物;將就 We had to do without hot food because the stove was broken. There is no sugar. You will have to do without.

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Examples: Matthew set his heart on the bicycle.   Matthew did not let go of his hopes.   Don’t look at me like that!   I. Inseparable phrasal verbs

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Examples: As times were hard, the company had to lay off some workers.   →As times were hard, the company had to lay some workers off.   →As times were hard, the company had to lay them off.     II. Separable phrasal verbs  

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They put off the concert until next Monday.   →They put the concert off until next Monday.   →They put it off until next Monday.  

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sparkle ['spArk9] v. [I] 閃亮 Her bright eyes sparkled with delight.

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III. 文意字彙 IV. 克漏字 II. 連連看 I. 看圖聯想

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Q1: I. 看圖聯想 broken sparkling embarrassed disappointed Ans.

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broken sparkling embarrassed disappointed Q1: I. 看圖聯想

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Q2: I. 看圖聯想 front door toy store hardware store living room Ans.

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Q2: I. 看圖聯想 front door toy store hardware store living room

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Q3: I. 看圖聯想 napkin horn favor bill Ans.

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Q3: I. 看圖聯想 napkin horn favor bill

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Q4: I. 看圖聯想 train set paint chopsticks wheel Ans.

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Q4: I. 看圖聯想 train set paint chopsticks wheel

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Q5: I. 看圖聯想 repay stammer pant admire Ans.

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Q5: I. 看圖聯想 repay stammer pant admire

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set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor II. 連連看

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II. 連連看 set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor

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II. 連連看 set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor

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II. 連連看 set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor

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II. 連連看 set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor

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II. 連連看 set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor

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II. 連連看 * set one’s heart on sth. wail repay set out to do sth. favor

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III. 文意字彙 ( ) 1. My blind date last night didn’t happen—the guy never __________. (A) stopped off (B) showed up (C) stood out (D) stammered out

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1. My blind date last night didn’t happen—the guy never __________. (A) stopped off (B) showed up (C) stood out (D) stammered out ( ) III. 文意字彙 B showed up

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III. 文意字彙 2. During the economic recession, many companies were forced to __________ some of their workers. (A) set their hearts on (B) lay off (C) set out to (D) light up ( )

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2. During the economic recession, many companies were forced to __________ some of their workers. (A) set their hearts on (B) lay off (C) set out to (D) light up III. 文意字彙 ( ) B lay off

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3. When the handsome man asked her to dance, she was so nervous she began to __________. (A) stammer (B) reply (C) suggest (D) repay III. 文意字彙 ( )

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3. When the handsome man asked her to dance, she was so nervous she began to __________. (A) stammer (B) reply (C) suggest (D) repay III. 文意字彙 ( ) A stammer

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III. 文意字彙 4. It’s a cold night, but there aren’t enough blankets so some of us will have to __________. (A) pass along (B) cheer up (C) do without (D) get around ( )

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4. It’s a cold night, but there aren’t enough blankets so some of us will have to __________. (A) pass along (B) cheer up (C) do without (D) get around III. 文意字彙 ( ) C do without

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III. 文意字彙 5. The boy __________ at the blackboard and tried to read what the teacher had written. (A) sparkled (B) wailed (C) panted (D) peered ( )

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5. The boy __________ at the blackboard and tried to read what the teacher had written. (A) sparkled (B) wailed (C) panted (D) peered III. 文意字彙 ( ) D peered

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A few weeks ago, I took a wonderful trip with two of my friends. We went to a place called Cone Hill. Because of its unusual shape, Cone Hill stands out from the other hills nearby. We had heard it was a difficult climb; nevertheless, we were all keen to try it. Though we were panting heavily when we reached the top, the great view made it all worthwhile. Later, on the way home, we stopped at a restaurant for a well-earned dinner. IV. 克漏字 shiny panting stopped off nevertheless stands out wonderful hiring let on

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A few weeks ago, I took a wonderful trip with two of my friends. We went to a place called Cone Hill. Because of its unusual shape, Cone Hill stands out from the other hills nearby. We had heard it was a difficult climb; nevertheless, we were all keen to try it. Though we were panting heavily when we reached the top, the great view made it all worthwhile. Later, on the way home, we stopped at a restaurant for a well-earned dinner. IV. 克漏字 shiny panting stopped off nevertheless stands out wonderful hiring let on

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A few weeks ago, I took a wonderful trip with two of my friends. We went to a place called Cone Hill. Because of its unusual shape, Cone Hill stands out from the other hills nearby. We had heard it was a difficult climb; nevertheless, we were all keen to try it. Though we were panting heavily when we reached the top, the great view made it all worthwhile. Later, on the way home, we stopped at a restaurant for a well-earned dinner. IV. 克漏字 shiny panting stopped off nevertheless stands out wonderful hiring let on

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A few weeks ago, I took a wonderful trip with two of my friends. We went to a place called Cone Hill. Because of its unusual shape, Cone Hill stands out from the other hills nearby. We had heard it was a difficult climb; nevertheless, we were all keen to try it. Though we were panting heavily when we reached the top, the great view made it all worthwhile. Later, on the way home, we stopped at a restaurant for a well-earned dinner. IV. 克漏字 shiny panting stopped off nevertheless stands out wonderful hiring let on

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A few weeks ago, I took a wonderful trip with two of my friends. We went to a place called Cone Hill. Because of its unusual shape, Cone Hill stands out from the other hills nearby. We had heard it was a difficult climb; nevertheless, we were all keen to try it. Though we were panting heavily when we reached the top, the great view made it all worthwhile. Later, on the way home, we stopped at a restaurant for a well-earned dinner. IV. 克漏字 shiny panting stopped off nevertheless stands out wonderful hiring let on

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A few weeks ago, I took a wonderful trip with two of my friends. We went to a place called Cone Hill. Because of its unusual shape, Cone Hill stands out from the other hills nearby. We had heard it was a difficult climb; nevertheless, we were all keen to try it. Though we were panting heavily when we reached the top, the great view made it all worthwhile. Later, on the way home, we stopped at a restaurant for a well-earned dinner. * IV. 克漏字 shiny panting stopped off nevertheless stands out wonderful hiring let on off