What are you going to do this evening, Jill?
I'm going to meet some friends. Dad.
You mustn't come home late.
You must be home at half past ten.
I can't get home so early, Dad!
Can I have the key to the front door please?
No, you can't.
Jill's eighteen years old, Tom.
She's not a baby.
Give her the key.
She always comes home early.
Oh, all right!
Here you are.
But you mustn't come home after a quarter past eleven.
Do you hear?
That's all right.
We always enjoy ourselves, Mum.
give the key to her
You are welcome. 不用谢
I always enjoy myself.
We are enjoying ourselves.
They are enjoying themselves.
He's enjoying himself.
She's enjoying herself.
have a good time
Written exercises 书面练习 A page 132
3 from, from
6 in, in
a quarter past one
a quarter to four
half past one
a quarter past three
half past two
half past three
a quarter past two
a quarter to two
a quarter to three
1 She must go to the library at a quarter past one.
2 We must see the dentist at a quarter to four.
3 I must type this letter at two o'clock.
4 They must see the boss at half past one.
5 George must take his medicine at a quarter past three.
9 They must come home at a quarter past two.