1. What’s your name? A. Yes, they are.
2. Is this your cousin? B. Cold.
3. What’s the weather like today? C. Yes, there is.
4. How old is your friend Tom? D. Tony.
5. What color are your shoes? E. Black.
6. Is there a sports hall at your school? F. No, she hasn’t.
7. Has she got any beef at home? G. A nurse.
8. What’s on the classroom wall? H. A map.
9. Are Linda and Betty your friends? I. Yes, it is.
10. What’s your mother? J. Fourteen.
A: Hi, Jack. I’d like to have a class party. 1. .
B: Yes, of course, Grace. 2. .
A: Let’s have it today after class.
B: No, we can’t have it today. If so, half of the classmates can’t come.
A: Let’s make it tomorrow.
B: Hmm, 3. . Students will leave early to study for the test. Why not have it on the weekend?
A: OK, let’s have it on Saturday afternoon. All the students can come and we can watch CDs together.
B: No, I don’t think we should watch CDs. Some students will feel bored. What about playing party games?
A: 4. . Can you organize the party games?
B: Sure. I can do that. Can you make some fruit salad for us?
A: 5. .