Hello! My name is Rob Fellows. I come from Dundee. A town on the east coast of Scotland, but I’m a student at Durham University, in the north of England. I’m studying French and German, and I can speak the languages quite well. I also know little Spanish, so I can speak four languages. I’m enjoying the course a lot, but it’s very hard work!
I live in Durham Castle, because the Castle is part of the University, with about thirty other students. The course started two years ago, and I’m in my third year. After the course I’m going to work in France, but I don’t know where yet.
Hello! My name (22)_________________ (be) Teresa and I (23)____________ (collect) posters. My brother Andy (24)___________(make) model aeroplanes and (25)__________ (fly) them in the garden. They often (26)________________(crash). The walls of my room (27)___________ ( be ) full of posters and the garden (28) ___________ (be) full of broken aeroplanes!
The International System of Units is a system of units that are practical to use in the laboratory. They are commonly referred to as SI units, from the initials of the French words Système International. The SI unit of electrical current is the ampere (amp), which is defined as 0.1 abamperes. The SI unit of electrical quantity is the coulomb, the amount of electricity passing a given point in a circuit in 1 second when a current of 1 ampere is flowing. The volt (V) is the SI unit of potential difference. It is equal to 100 million abvolts and can be defined as the potential difference existing between two points when 1 joule (10 million ergs) of work is required to move 1 coulomb of electricity from one of the points to the other. The SI unit of electrical work is the watt. It represents the generation or use of electrical energy at the rate of 1 joule per second. The kilowatt is equal to 1000 watts. Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2007. © 1993-2006
No Name of thing Quantity1 book 2 dozen
2 bag 1 piece
3 crayon 1 pack
4 ruler 1 piece
5 shoe 1 pairs
6 shock 1 pairs
7 Pencil 2 pieces
8 pen 2 pieces
9 uniform 3 pairs
10 hat 1 piece
FootballEverybody waits for the play
They want it night and day
No matter how much they pay
As it makes them happy As far as foot can walk Children – parents are fond of
On the road and square they match Till the sun is red in west.
Mrs. Haris : Excuse _______(46).
Librarian : Sure. What can I do for you?
Mrs. Haris : I forget to return the book today.
Librarian : OK, don’t ________(47) to return it tomorrow.
Mrs. Haris : Sure I promise.
Librarian : It’s okay.
Mrs. Haris : _________(48) very much.