speak out:大声讲

cheer up:振作起来

 

介词短语做后置定语:

the bottle on the table

the train to London

the guy next to me

 

at the top of … :在……顶部

at the top of the paper

write -> wrote

sit -> sat

look -> looked (~at)

the guy next to me

I think I failed the French test.

Perhaps, I did/didn't it badly.

We didn't do it too badly.

The guy next to me wrote his name at the top of the paper. Then he sat there and looked at the paper for three hours. He didn't write a word.

 

Questions:

Richard, Gary

I think I passed in English and Mathematics.

Richard thinks he passed in English and Mathematics.

The question was very easy.

The questions was very easy.

What/How about you, Gary?

The English paper wasn't easy enough for me.

The English and Mathematics papers weren't easy enough for me.

I hope I have passed./I hope I haven't failed.

I think I failed the French paper/test.

some of them/some of the children/some of the questions.

I could answer sixteen of the questions.

They were very easy.

I/Gary couldn't answer the rest.

They were too difficult for me.

The questions is too difficult for Gary to answer.

It is too difficult for Gary to answer this question.

The French tests are awful, aren't they?

I hate them.

I'm sure I've got a low mark.

Cheer up!

Perhaps we didn't do too badly.

The guy next to me wrote his name at the top of the paper.

Then he sat there and looked at the paper for three hours!

He didn't write a word.

 

[课文]

How was the exam, Richard?

Not too bad.

I think I passed in English and Mathematics.

The questions were very easy.

How about you, Gary?

The English and Maths papers weren't easy enough for me.

I hope I haven't failed.

I think I failed the French paper.

I could answer sixteen of the questions.

They were very easy.

But I couldn't answer the rest.

They were too difficult for me (to answer).

French tests are awful, aren't they?

I hate them.

I'm sure I've got a low mark.

Oh, cheer up!

Perhaps we didn't do too badly.

The guy next to me wrote his name at the top of the paper.

Yes?

Then he sat there and looked at it for three hours!

He didn't write a word!