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外研版英语七年级上课文原文

Module 1

Ms Li:Hello, my name is Li Fang. I'm your teacher and you're my students. I'm Chinese. I'm from Wuhan. What's your name?

Linging: My name is Wang Lingling.

Ms Li: Nice to meet you, Lingling. Where are you from?

Linging: I'm from Beijing. I'm Chinese.

Ms Li: How old are you?

Linging: I'm thirteen years old.

Ms Li: Good. Hello, what about you?

Daming: Hello, Ms Li. My name is Daming and I'm from Beijing too. I'm twelve years old.

Ms Li: Thanks. Hello, are you from America?

Tony: No, I'm not. I'm from England. I'm Tony Smith.

Ms Li: Nice to meet you, Tony. Hi, are you English too?

Betty: No, I'm not. I'm American and my name is Betty King. Linging: Tony and Betty are our friends.

Ms Li: Good. Welcome to Class 4 Grade 7!

Linging: Is this your family?

Tony: Yes, it is.

Linging: What a big family! Is this your sister?

Tony: Yes, it is. Her name is Linda.

Linging: Are these your grandparents?

Tony:Yes, they are. My mum's parents are on the left, and my dad's parents are on the right.

Linging: I see. Who's this?

Tony: That's my dad.

Linging: Is this your mum?

Tony: Yes. The woman next to her is my dad's sister, my aunt Liz. Linging: Is this her husband?

Tony: No, that's her brother, my uncle Paul.

Linging: Who are the boy and the girl in front of Paul?

Tony: Those are Paul's son and daughter, my cousins, Mike and Helen.

Daming: Linda, what's your classroom in England like? Is it big? Linda: Yes, it's really big. There are thirty students in my class. How many students are there in your class in Beijing?

Daming: There are forty students, twenty girls and twenty boys. What's in your classroom? Is there a lot of furniture?

Linda: Yes, there is.

Daming: Are there computers on everyone's desks?

Linda: No, there aren't. But there is a computer on the teacher's desk. Daming: Oh, are there any pictures on the classroom walls?

Linda: Yes, there are, at the front of the classroom.

Daming: And is there a map of the world?

Linda: No, there isn't. There's a map of England.

Daming:There's a map of the world in our classroom, but there aren't any pictures on our walls.

Tony’s dad: Tony, let's go shopping for food and drink. Now, we haven't got any meat. Let's get some chicken.

Tony: OK. Have we got any chocolate?

Tony’s dad: Yes, we have. Too much chocolate isn't good for you. Let's get some fruit.

Tony: What kind of fruit? Apples?

Tony’s dad: No, we've got lots of apples. We haven't got any oranges, so let's get some.

Tony: OK. How about some orange juice?

Tony’s dad: Yes, good idea! And coffee. Let's get some for your mum. She hasn't got any coffee.

Tony: All right, some coffee for Mum, and some cola for me. I haven't got any cola.

Tony’s dad: No cola! Cola is bad for you! How about some tea? Tony: Oh, too bad!

Tony: Betty, what are our lessons on Monday?

Betty: We have Chinese at eight o'clock and science at five to nine. At twenty past ten we have IT. Then we have math. Do you like math, Tony? Tony: Yes, I do, but it's difficult! I like the lessons on Monday afternoon: English and art. What lessons do we have on Friday?

Betty: We have English, Chinese, PE and geography.

Tony: And in the afternoon? Do we have math?

Betty: No, we don't. We have art and history, but we don't have math. I love history and I'm good at it. It's my favorite subject because it's very interesting.

Tony: My favorite subject is Chinese. I can talk with my Chinese friends.

Guide:Welcome to Beijing Zoo. The zoo has many kinds of animals, such as bears, zebras, giraffes and pandas. They come from many different countries and they eat different food. Here are the lions. Tony: Do lions eat meat?

Guide: Yes, they do. They eat other animals. They're dangerous! Linging: Ugh! And what about bears? Do they eat meat?

Guide: Yes, they do, but they also eat plants.

Tony: Look at this elephant. It's very tall. Does it eat meat?

Guide: No, it doesn't. It eats plants.

Linging: Do pandas eat plants and leaves?

Guide: Sure. They love bamboo.

Linging: Are there pandas here? They're my favourite animals. They're cute. Shall we go and see them?

Guide: Yes, let's go. Can you see Lingling?

Tony: She's in front of you!

Guide: No, Lingling the panda!

Linging: Which is Lingling the panda?

Guide: She's the black and white animal over there. Look! There she is! Linging: That's very funny. Her name is Lingling too!

Tony: Is there a panda called Tony...?

Linging: How do I write my homework on the computer? Can I learn? Betty:Sure! First, open a new document. Click the mouse on "new document".

Linging: What's the mouse? Is this it?

Betty: Yes.

Linging: Where do I click on "new document"?

Betty: On the left of the screen... there!

Linging: OK, what's next?

Betty:Next, you write your homework in the new document. Use the keyboard.

Linging: What do I do next? How do I save the document?

Betty: You click "save", and write a name for it.

Linging: Where do I write the name?

Betty: Write it in the box. OK, then click "save" again.

Linging: OK. Finally, how do I print my document?

Betty: Click "print" and "OK".

Linging: What about some paper?

Betty: Oh yes, of course! You put the paper in there first!

Daming: Hi, would you like to come to my birthday party?

Betty: Yes, I'd love to. When is it?

Daming: This Saturday, at my house.

Tony: OK! I always like birthday parties.

Lingling: Great!

Betty: What do you usually do at a Chinese birthday party?

Daming:At the birthday dinner, we eat noodles. And we eat birthday cake too. But my mother never makes a birthday cake. She usually buys a special one and I cut it at the party.

Lingling: And we sometimes give birthday cards.

Tony: Do you usually sing Happy Birthday?

Daming: Yes, we always sing Happy Birthday.

Tony: Do you sing it in Chinese or in English?

Daming: We sing it in Chinese and English.

Betty: Do you get birthday presents in China?

Lingling: Sometimes. Daming always gets birthday presents!

Tony: So what would you like for your birthday, Daming?

Daming: It's a secret. Ha ha...

Betty: Hi, Mum!

Mum: Hello, Betty! Where are you now?

Betty: I'm standing on the Great Wall of China and talking to you. Mum: Really? That's great.

Betty: We're on a school trip.

Mum: What about the others? Are they with you?

Betty: Well, right now Tony is eating a delicious ice cream. Wang Hui is taking lots of photos. Lingling is buying a few presents and postcards. They're on sale at the shop. Daming is having lunch and lying in the sun. Mum: I'd like a postcard too, but please take some photos of the Great Wall and send them to me by email.

Betty: OK. We're enjoying the school trip a lot. Anyway, it's time to go back to school now. Bye, Mum!

Mum: Bye, Betty!

Tony: Hi, Lingling. This is Tony speaking. What's happening? Are you getting ready for Spring Festival?

Lingling: Yes, we are. We're quite busy now.

Tony: What are you doing at the moment?

Lingling: I'm making big red lanterns.

Tony: I like them. They are very beautiful. Is your father helping you? Lingling:No, he isn't. He's still at work.

Tony: What's your mother doing?

Lingling: She's cleaning the house and putting things away.

Tony: She's working so hard!

Lingling: Yes. My aunt is sweeping the floor, and my grandma is cooking the meal in the kitchen.

Tony: What are Daming and Betty doing?

Lingling:They're learning a dragon dance with my grandpa.

Tony: Can I join them?

Lingling: Of course. Hurry up!