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The writer went to the theater last week. He did not enjoy the play. A young man and a young woman were sitting behind hin.They were talking koudly. The writer could not hear the actors. He turned round."I cannot hear a word!' he said."This is a private conversation!' the young man said.

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The writer always gets up late on Sundays.He got up late last Sunday. Then his aunt Lucy telephoned . She had arrived by train . She was coming to see him. ' I'm still having breakfast ,'he said .His aunt was very surprised. It was one o'clock.

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Detectives were waiting at the airport all morning. They were expecting a valuable parel of diamonds from South Africa. Two men took the parcel into the Customs House after the arrival of the plane. Two detectives opened it. The parcel was full of stones and sand. (46 words)

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We went to theTown Hall on New Year's Eve .There were a lot of people there .The Town Hall clock would strike twelve in twenty minutes's time .It stopped at five to twelve .It refused to welcome the New Year .Then the crowd began to laugh and sing .

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we own an old clavichord.It was made in Germany in 1681.My grangfather bought the instrument many years ago.Recently a visitor damaged it .She tired to play jazz on it !She broke two of the strings .A friend of my father's is repairing it now.

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I was having dinner at a restaurant .I saw Tony Steele after a while .He always borrows money from his friends .Tony sat at my table .I asked him to lend me twenty pounds .He gave me the money at once .He wanted me to pay for his dimmer

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we shall meet our neighbour ,Captain Charles Alison ,at Portsmouth Houbour early tomorrow morning .He will be in his small boat,Topsail.He will leave at eight o'clock.We shall say goodbye to him .He will take part in an important race across the Atlantic.

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The Greenwood Boys are pop singers .They will be coming here tomorrow .Most of the young people in the town will be meeting them at the station.They will give performances .The police will be trying to keep order as usual.

The writer gave a lift to a young man in the south of France last year. They greeted each other in French. Apart from a few words ,the writer doesn't speak any French . They sat in silence .At the end of the journey the young man asked ,"Do you speak English ?"He was English himself.

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Mr.Harmsworth wanted to see me.l left very nervous about this.I went into his office.He said that business was bad.The firm could not pay such large salaries.Twenty people had left already.He did not ask me to leave as well. He offered me an extra 1000 a year.

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Traffic police usually give you a ticket if you park your car in the wrong place.The writer found a polite note on his car during a holiday in Sweden.The traffic police wanted him to pay attention to their street signs.No one can fail to obey a polite request

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My aunt Jennifer is an actress.She is over thirty years old.She often appears on the stage as a young girl.Jennifer will act the part of a girl of seventeen in a new play soon.She never tells anyone how old she really is

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The writer had lunch at a village pub.She could not find her bag after her meal .She could not pay the bill .The landlord soon found it for her .His dog had taken it into the garden. Lesson 19

The play was going to begin at any moment.I asked for two tickets.There were none left. Susan and I were disappointed.Just then,a man hurried to the ticket office.He returned two tickets. They were for next Wednesday's performance.I bought them.

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Fishing is the writer's favourite sport.Some unlucky fishermen catch old boots and rubbish,The writer is not so lucky.He never catch anying.He's not really interested in fishing,Sitting in a boat and doing nothing at all is the only thing that interests him. Lesson 21

The writer is slowly going mad.He lives near an airport.Passing planes can be heard night and day.Most of his neighbours have left their homes.He has been offered money to leave.He is determined to stay.Everyone says he must be mad.They are probably right.

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Jane crossed the Channel last year .She threw a bottle into the sea . It contained a piece of paper with her name and address on it .Ten months later ,she received a letter from a girl in Holland .They write to each other regularly now .They send their letters by post . Lesson 23

My sister will come to England next year.If she comes,she will get a surprise.We have a new house in the country. I have invited my sister to stay witn us.It is a very modern house. It has got many large rooms and a lovely garden.

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I had just lost £50. I felt very upset. I told the manager about it. He could not do anything. He began to complain about this wicked world. Just then a girl came in with the money. She had found it outside my room. There is still some honesty in this world.

I arrived at a railway sation in london and asked a porter the way to my hotel,but he cuold not understand me. He understood me at last ,but I couldnot understand his anwer. My teacher never spoke English like that. the porter said that I would soon learn English. Each man speaks a diffferent language in English. They understand each other, but I do not understand them.

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'The Revealer' is a new machine which is used for detecting buried gold. Using this machine, a research party recently tried to find gold in a cave near the seashore. Although they examined the cave thoroughly they only found a small gold coin which was practically worthless. However many people believe that the machine many reveal something of value soon. (60 words)

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A lot of old cars entered for the race, which is held once a year. A great many loud explosions could be heard when they set off and though many cars broke down during the

race, a few managed to complete the course. The winning car went downhill so quickly that its driver had a lot of difficulty trying to stop it. (62 words)

Lesson 57

Though the woman in jeans hesitated for a moment, she entered an expensive shop and asked to see a dress that was in the window. On being told by an assistant that the dress was sold, the woman returned the following morning dressed in a fur coat. The assistant was eager to serve her this time. After making him bring her almost everything in the window, the woman finally bought the dress she had first asked for. (77 words)

Lesson 58

The number of visitors to the village of Frinley has increased because there is said to be a ‘cursed tree’ near the church. Since the villagers believe that if anyone picks a leaf he will die, they have asked the vicar to have the tree cut down. As the tree is a useful source of income, the vicar has refused to have the tree cut down. Meanwhile, though tourists have been picking leaves, not one of them has come to harm. (81 words)

Lesson 59

Our dog, Rex, used to sit outside the front gate and bark so that someone would open it. Ever since my husband trained him to open the gate himself, Rex has developed another bad habit. He barks when he is in the garden so that someone will let him out. After this he lets himself in and barks until someone opens the gate again. Now that my husband has removed the gate, Rex has disappeared. (75 words)

Lesson 60

The writer visited a fortune-teller at a village fair who told him that a relation was coming to see him. She added that a woman he knew well would speak to him when he left the tent and he would follow her out of the fair. This came true because his wife spoke to him when he went outside. She told him they had to meet his sister at the station and she led him out of the fair. (79 words)

Lesson 61

When the Hubble telescope was launched into space in April 1990, the pictures it sent us were very disappointing because the main mirror was faulty. Four astronauts will soon be making the necessary repairs, and eventually, pictures from the Hubble will tell us a great deal about the age and size of the universe. (54 words)

Lesson 62

It took the firemen nearly three weeks to get the forest fire under control. Now that all the great trees had been burnt, there was danger that heavy rain would cause serious floods which would destroy the surrounding villages. To prevent this, the forest authorities ordered grass-seed which was sprayed over the ground by planes for nearly a month. By the time that it began to rain, the grass had taken root in many places. (75 words)

Lesson 63

When Jeremy Hampden, who is greatly admired for his great sense of humour, was invited to make a speech at a wedding reception, he immediately agreed to do so. Since the speech contained a lot of funny stories, it was a great success. When his six-year-old daughter, Jenny, wanted to go home after his speech, Jeremy was disappointed. She had not enjoyed it because she did not like to see so many people laughing at him. (76 words)

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The tunnel, which the French engineer, Aime Thome, planned to build under the English Channel in 1858, would be ventilated by tall chimneys built above sea level. An Englishman, William Lowe, suggested a better plan two years later. Passing trains would solve the problem of ventilation in his proposed double railway-tunnel because they would draw in fresh air behind them. Though work began forty-two years later, it was stopped because the British feared invasion. However, the tunnel was officially opened on March 7, 1994. (85 words) Lesson 65

After having decided to take some presents to a children’s hospital, the circus owner, Jimmy Gates, dressed up as Father Christmas and set off down the main street of the city riding an elephant called Jumbo. On being told that he was holding up the traffic, Jimmy agreed to go at once but Jumbo refused to move, so fifteen policemen had to push him off the main street. As he had a good record, however, Jumbo was not arrested. (79 words)

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Summary writing

(1)Doctors have just operated on the mummy of an Egyptian woman who died in 800 BC. They wanted to find out whether she died of a rare disease. After removing a section of the mummy, they sent it to a laboratory. During the operation, they unexpectedly found a small wax figure of a god. Though they were afraid the mummy would fall to pieces, it successfully survived the operation. (69 words,)

(2)Doctors have just operated on the mummy of an Egyptian woman who died in 800 B.C., in order to find out if she died of a rare disease. They removed a section of the mummy, which they sent to a laboratory. Inside the mummy, they unexpectedly found a small wax figure of a god. They were afraid the mummy would fall to pieces, but it survived the operation. (69 words)

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(1) Having read an article on smoking, the writer smoked his last cigarette. He did not smoke for a week and his wife suffered because he had a bad temper and a large appetite. Meanwhile friends offered him cigarettes and were amused to see him produce a packet of sweets from Iris pocket. When he went to a party, he accepted a cigarette which he was offered by a friend and since then things have returned to normal. (77 words)

(2) The writer read an article on smoking and smoked his last cigarette. He did not smoke for

a week and his wife suffered because of her husband's bad temper and large appetite. Whenever his friends offered him cigarettes, they were amused because he would produce a packet of sweets from his pocket. However, at a party he accepted a cigarette from a friend. Now things have returned to normal. (69 words)

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(1)The plane took off and flew low over the city. When it was slowly gaining height, it suddenly had to return to the airport. Meanwhile the passengers were told to keep calm, After they had disembarked, they learnt that there was a very important person on board. Someone had told the police that a bomb had been planted on the plane, but though it was searched, nothing was found. Five hours later, it took off again. (76 words)

(2)After having taken off, the plane flew low over file city. Although it was slowly gaining height, it had to return to the airport. During this time, the passengers were told to keep calm until they had disembarked. Later they learnt that there was a very important person on board. Because the police had been told that a bomb had been planted on the plane, it was searched. However, nothing was found, so five hours later it took off again. (80 words)

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(1) The Crystal Palace, which was built for the Great Exhibition of 1851, was different from other buildings because it was made of iron and glass. Goods from various parts of the world were on display as well as a great deal of machinery. So many visitors came by boat and train that it was possible to build colleges and museums from the profits. After the exhibition, the Crystal Palace was moved to South London, where it remained until it was burnt down in 1936. (84 words)

(2) The Crystal palace was built for the Great Exhibition of 1851. Made of iron and glass, it was different from other buildings, There were not only goods from various parts of the world on display but there was a great deal of machinery as well. This attracted thousands of visitors who traveled by boat and train. Later, colleges and museums were built from the profits. The Crystal Palace was moved to South London and it remained there until 1936 when it was burnt down. (84 words)

Lesson 81

After having killed the guard, the prisoner of war dragged him into the bushes and changed into his clothes. Then he put the rifle over his shoulder and marched up and down in front of the camp. A short time afterwards. four officers drove up in a car, so he stood to attention and saluted. When they had gone, the driver came towards him and after he had knocked him out, the prisoner jumped into the car and drove away. (80 words)

As soon as he had killed the guard and dragged him into the bushes, the prisoner of war changed into his clothes. With a rifle over his shoulder, he was marching up and down in front of the camp when four officers drove up in a car. He stood to attention and saluted. When the driver came towards him, the prisoner knocked him out. Then, jumping into the car, he drove away. (72 words)

Lesson 82 Summary writing

A strange fish was caught near Madagascar after having pulled a small fishing boat miles out to sea. Making every effort not to damage the fish, the fisherman brought it to shore, The fish, which was over thirteen feet long, with a head like a horse, was sent to a museum. It is being examined by a scientist, who said that it was an oarfish and that such creatures live at a depth of six hundred feet. (77 words)

A strange fish was caught near Madagascar. Though it pulled a small fishing boat miles out to sea, the fisherman made every effort not to damage it. On being brought to shore, the fish was found to be over thirteen feet long and to have a head like a horse. Now that it has been sent to a museum, it is being examined by a scientist. It is called an oarfish and lives at a depth of six hundred feet. (80 words)

Lesson 83 Summary writing

After having been defeated in the recent elections the former Prime Minister, Mr. Wentworth Lane, retired abroad. My friend Patrick, who has always been a fanatical opponent of Mr. Lane's Radical Progressive Party, went to his house three times and asked the policeman on duty whether it was Mr. Lane's house, When he asked for the third time, the angry policeman told him again of Mr. Lane's defeat and retirement, Patrick said that it was something he loved to hear. (80 words)

Since being defeated in the recent elections, the former Prime Minister, Mr. Wentworth Lane, has retired abroad. As my friend Patrick has always been a fanatical opponent of Mr. Lane's Radical Progressive Party, he went to his house three times. Each time be asked the same policeman if it was Mr. Lane's house. The third time he was told again by the angry policeman of Mr. Lane's defeat and retirement, but Patrick said it was something be loved to hear. (80 words)

Lesson 84 Summary writing

The busmen's strike, which begins on Tuesday, may last a week. Because of this, car owners have offered to give rides to people going to work. University students, too, have volunteered to drive buses but they will have to pass a special test. Though it will be difficult to get to work, the public is grateful to the students. Only one or two people have objected that the students will drive too fast. (73 words)

Because of the busmen's strike, which begins on Tuesday and may last a week car owners have offered to give rides to people going to work. University students who have volunteered to drive buses will have to pass a special test. Despite the Fact that it will be difficult to get to work, the public is grateful to the students. except for one or two people who have objected that they will drive too fast. (75 words)

Lesson 85 Summary writing

Now that my former headmaster, Mr. Page, is retiring, pupils of the school will be sending him a gift and an album with the signatures of all those who have contributed. Many former pupils will be attending a farewell dinner in his honour. After having completed forty years as a

teacher, Mr. Page will devote himself to gardening, which will be a new hobby for him, but one is never too old to learn. (74 words)

After twenty-eight years as headmaster, Mr. Page is retiring. Pupils of the school will not only be sending him a gift. but also an album with their signatures. Many former pupils will be attending a farewell dinner in honour of a man who has completed forty years as a teacher. Now he will devote himself to gardening. Though it will be a new hobby for him, this does not matter because one is never too old to learn. (78 words)

Lesson 86 Summary writing

The moment the speedboat struck the buoy, both men Were thrown into the water. As it moved off very quickly across the water, the men began to swim rewards the shore. Turning in a circle, the speedboat came straight towards them. After it had just missed them, they swam until they were out of danger. When the boat returned it had lost speed. Soon all the petrol was used up and it floated across the water. (76 words)

Because the speedboat had struck a buoy, both men were thrown violently into the water. It moved off very quickly and, while the men were swimming towards the shore, it turned in a circle, came straight towards them and only just missed them. They had no sooner swum out of danger than the boat returned. This time, however, it had lost speed because nearly all the petrol had been used up and it floated across the water. (76 words)

Lesson 87 Summary Writing

At the time of the murder, the man claimed that he had been travelling on the 8 o'clock train to London and had arrived at work on time. When the inspector asked if a later train would get him to work on time, the man agreed it would but said that he always travelled early. The inspector suggested that he was lying because, that morning, the 8 o'clock train broke down, so the man must have caught the 8.25. (79 words)

When the murder was committed, the man claimed that he was travelling on the 8 o'clock train to London. He said that he arrived at work on time. Then the inspector asked if a later train would get him to work on time. Though the man agreed it would, he said he always travelled early. In reply, the inspector suggested he was lying, as the 8 o'clock train broke down that morning and therefore the man must have caught the 8.25. (80 words)

Lesson 88 Summary Writing

Six men who have been trapped in a mine for seventeen hours may lose their lives because rescue operations are proving difficult. Since explosives might cause the roof of the mine to collapse, rescue workers are drilling a hole through hard rock, but progress is slow. Two hours ago, a microphone was lowered into the mine and the men have been in touch with their relatives. They are running short of food and drink but they are in good spirits. (80 words)

Six men have been trapped in a mine for seventeen hours and may lose their lives. Rescue operations are proving difficult as explosives might cause the mol of the mine to collapse. Because of this, rescue workers are drilling a hole through hard rock, yet progress is slow. Now that a microphone has been lowered into the mine, the men are in touch with their relatives. Though they are running short of food and drink, they are in good spirits. (80

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Lesson 89 Summary Writing

The local cinema was packed because the P & U Bird Seed Company was presenting a free comedy show. As many of the artistes who should have appeared failed to turn up, the show was very dull. The funniest thing we heard came at the beginning from the advertiser who introduced the programme saying, 'This is the Poo and Ee Seed Bird Company. Good ladies, evening and gentlemen?' (68 words)

The local cinema was packed. The P & U Bird Seed Company was presenting a free comedy show but many of the artistes who should have appeared failed to turn up. Because of this, the show was very dull. The funniest thing we heard came at the beginning from the advertiser who introduced the programme saying, 'This is the Poo and Ee Seed Bird Company. Good ladies, evening and gentlemen? ' (70 words)

Lesson 90 Summary Writing

Divers working on North Sea oil rigs are often terrified by giant fish that bump into them when they are working in deep water. These fish are not sharks or whales. On the contrary, they are favourite eating varieties that grow to unnatural sizes. Three factors have caused this to happen: the first is the warmth from oil-pipes; the second is the supply of plentiful food; the third is the absence of fishing round the rigs. (76 words)

Divers who work on the North Sea oil rigs have been terrified out of their wits by giant fish bumping into them while they work in deep water. The fish are not sharks or whales, but favourite eating varieties like cod and skate which have grown to unnatural sizes. Three factors have caused this to happen: the warmth from the hot oil-pipes, the plentiful food thrown from the rigs and the absence of fishing around the rigs. (76 words)

Lesson 91 Summary Writing

While circling the balloon, the pilot saw three men in the basket, one of whom was holding a pair of binoculars. When it flew over the station, one of the men took photographs. Then it landed near an airfield, but the police could not arrest anyone because the basket contained two Members of Parliament and the Commanding Officer of the station. Afterwards the Commanding Officer explained that one half of the station did not know what the other half was doing. (81 words)

The pilot circled the balloon, under which there was a basket containing three men, one of whom was holding a pair of binoculars. Before landing near an airfield, it flew over the station and someone took photographs. As two of the men were Members of Parliament and the other was the Commanding Officer, the police could not arrest anyone. The mystery was explained when the Commanding Officer admitted (said) that one half of the station did not know what the other half was doing. (83 words)

Lesson 92 Summary Writing

The writer returned home at about two in the morning and rang the doorbell. Having failed to wake up his wife, he put a ladder against the wall and began climbing towards the bedroom window. Suddenly a policeman called out, but the writer answered him rudely. He

told him he had forgotten his key. The shouting woke his wife. She opened the window just as the policeman had started climbing the ladder after him. (74 words)

On arriving home at about two in the morning, the writer rang the doorbell but failed to wake up his wife. After having put a ladder against the wall, he was climbing towards the bedroom window when a policeman called out. Answering him rudely, the writer told him he had forgotten his key. The shouting woke his wife, who opened the window at the moment when the policeman started climbing the ladder after him. (74 words)

Lesson 93 Summary Writing

The Statue of Liberty, which was presented to the United States of America by the French people in the 19th century, was designed by Bartholdi and built on a metal frame constructed by Eiffel. The site chosen for it was an island at the entrance of New York Harbour, where a pedestal had to be built. The statue was erected in Paris in 1884 and re-erected two years later in America. It was officially presented in October, 1886. (78 words)

The Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States of America by the French people in the 19th century. Though designed by Bartholdi, it was built on a metal frame constructed by Eiffel. The site chosen for it was an island at the entrance of New York Harbour and a pedestal had to be built. The statue was first erected in Paris in 1884, but it was re-erected two years later in America and officially presented in October, 1886. (80 words)

Lesson 94 Summary Writing

At a swimming pool in Los Angeles, children are taught to hold their breath under water before they can walk. They begin learning when they are two months old and, in time, they can pick up weights from the bottom of the pool. The game they enjoy most is the tricycle race, which takes place seven feet under water. Some children pedal their tricycles, while others push or pull them, and a few get across without coming up for air. (80 words)

At a swimming pool in Los Angeles, children who are taught to hold their breath under water before they can walk often begin learning to swim when two months old. Though they can pick up weights from the bottom of the pool, the game they enjoy most is the underwater tricycle race. This takes place seven feet under water and, while some children pedal their tricycles, others push or pull them. A few get across without coming up for air. (80 words)

Lesson 95 Summary Writing

While the Ambassador of Escahipia was in his office, university students set the basement of the Embassy on fire. When the Ambassador went to investigate, a man called Horst aimed a fire extinguisher at him because he thought that the Ambassador was on fire. Moreover, there was a hole in the Ambassador's hat which had been made when someone fired a shot through his office window. The Ambassador was lucky, for he was not wearing it at the time. (78 words)

The Ambassador of Escalopia was in his office when university students set the Embassy basement on fire. After the Ambassador had gone to investigate, a man called Horst aimed a fire extinguisher at him under the impression that the Ambassador was on fire. In addition to this, there was a hole in the Ambassador's hat. It had been made when someone fired a shot through his office window. It was lucky for the Ambassador that he was not

wearing it. (79 words)

Lesson 96 Summary Writing

The Japanese annual Festival for the Dead is a cheerful occasion. As the dead are said to return home, food is laid out for them and lanterns are lit to guide them on their way. People dance and sing all night and the uneaten food is thrown into the sea or into a river the next morning. In some places, the lanterns are placed on the sea and people watch from the shore until the lanterns drift out of sight. (80 words)

The Japanese annual Festival for the Dead is a cheerful occasion, for the dead are said to return home. Not only is food laid out for them, but lanterns are lit to guide them as well while people dance and sing all night. The uneaten food is thrown into the sea or a river the next morning. In some places, the lanterns are placed on the sea. People watch from the shore as the lanterns drift out of sight. (79 words)


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