Tom's having a bath upstairs.

Carol is cooking in the kitchen.

Sam is their friend.

He is their living room.

Tom asks Sam to have a cigarette.

But Sam doesn't want to have a cigarette/smoke.

Tom wants Sam to have a glass of whisky.

Sam thinks that it's a good idea.

They can have dinner at 7 o'clock.

They are going to have roast beef and potatoes.

But Sam and Tom had lunch together this noon.

They went to a restaurant.

They had roast beef and potatoes.

Carol feels very disappointed.

 

[课文]

Hi, Carol!

Where's Tom?

He's upstairs.

He's having a bath.

Tom!

Yes?

Sam's here.

I'm nearly ready.

Hello, Sam.

Have a cigarette. ->have/smoke

No, thanks, Tom.

Have a glass of whisky then. ->have/drink

OK. Thanks.

Is dinner ready, Carol?

It's nearly ready.

We can have dinner at seven o'clock.

Sam and I had lunch together today. We went to a restaurant.

What did you have?

We had roast beef and potatoes.

Oh!

What's the matter, Carol?

Well, you're going to have roast beef and potatoes again tonight!

 

Lesson 82 I had … 我吃(喝,从事)了

 

breakfast/lunch/tea/dinner

a meal/a swim/a bath/a haircut/a lesson/a party/a holiday/a good time

 

Exercise A

 

drank

enjoyed yourself

are eating

went for

ate/take

I had a cup of coffee. I drank a cup of Coffee.

They had a meal at a restaurant.

They ate a meal at a restaurant.

We had a holiday last month.

We went for a holiday last month.

Have a biscuit.

Take a biscuit.

You had a good time.

You enjoyed yourself.

They are having their lunch. They are eating their lunch.

I had a glass of milk. I drank a glass of milk.

 

Exercise B

What is he going to do? (a glass of whisky)

He's going to have a glass of whisky.

What are they going to do? (breakfast)

They are going to have breakfast.

What are they doing? (lunch)

They are having lunch.

What must he do? (tea)

He must have some tea.

What did they do? (dinner)

They had dinner.

What must they do? (a meal)

they must have a meal.

What is he going to do? (a swim)

He is going to have a swim.

What is he doing? (a bath)

He is having a bath.

What did he do? (a haircut)

He had a haircut.

What are they doing? (a lesson)

They are having a lesson.

What did they do? (a party)

They had a party.

What must they do? (a holiday)

They must have a holiday.

What are they going to do? (a good time)

They are going to have a good time.