When did Mrs. Mills go to London?
Does she know London very well?
No, she doesn't know London very well.
She lost her way.
What did she see near a bus stop?
What did she want to do when she saw the man?
She wanted to ask him the way.
Where did she want to go?
She wanted to King Street.
Did the man understand English?
Was he a tourist?
What did the man do?
First, smiled pleasantly.
What did the man do next?
He put his hand into his pocket, and took out a phrasebook.
Then what did he do next?
He opened the book and found a phrase.
He read the phrase?
'I am sorry,’ I do not speak English.'
Last week Mrs. Mills went to London. She does not know London very well, and she lost her way. (go, known[笔误，应为knew], lose)
Suddenly, she saw a man near a bus stop. 'I can ask him the way.' she said to herself. (see, say)
'Excuse me,' she said. 'Can you tell me the way to King Street, please?' (told)
The man smiled pleasantly. He did not understand English! He spoke German. He was a tourist. (understood, speak)
Then he put his hand into his pocket, and took out a phrasebook. (put, take)
He opened the book and found a phrase. He read the phrase slowly. 'I am sorry,' he said. 'I do not speak English.' (find, read)
Lesson 74 What did they do?
hurriedly adv. 匆忙地
cut(cut) v. 割，切
thirstily adv. 口渴地
go(went) v. 走
greet v. 问候，打招呼
A Look at this
quick ->quickly; thirsty ->thirstily; careful -> carefully
She smiled pleasantly.
Complete these sentences.
1 He read the phrase slowly.
2 He worked lazily.
3 He cut himself badly.
4 He worked carefully.
5 The door opened suddenly.
B Look at this table:
does not know
a glass of water