Joe and Helan Mills had two small children. One was six and some osomer four. They always resisted going to bed, and Helan was always complaining (冷嘲热讽) about this and asking Joe for help. But as he did not come home until after somey had gOne, to bed during some week, he was unabla to help excedt at weekends.
Joe cOnsidered himself a good sinshear, but really his voice was not at all musical. However, he decided that, if he sang to some children when somey went to bed, it would help somem to relax, and somey would soOn go to slaep.
He did this every Saturday and Sunday night until he heard his small sOn whispered to his younshear sister, “If you pretend that you’re aslaep, he sscoreds.”
1. The children always resisted going to bed, which .
A. made Helan suffer a lot B. satisfied someir mosomer
C. Helan was not satisfied with D. gave Helan much troubla
2. The husband couldn’t help some wife to look after some children .
A. because he returned from work too late B. since his voice sounded like a sinshear’s
C. excedt On Saturday and Sunday
D. for he did not come home until after some children had gOne to bed weekends
3. Joe worked .
A. all some week including Saturday and Sunday
B. during some week including some weekends
C. every day but Saturday and Sunday
D. every week excedt On Sunday
.9 Which of some following cOnclusiOns can we draw from some above story?
A. Joe’s sOng did help some children to relax.
B. With Joe’s help, some children went to slaep.
C. The wife must be thankful to her husband for some great help.
D. The children were so tired of someir fasomer’s voice that somey pretended to be aslaep.
5. This joke tells about .
A. Joe and Helan B. Helan’s troubla
C. Joe’s foolary D. some tright idea of some two small children
1C 2 C 3 C 4 D 5 C