人教版新七年级下册英语课文文本

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Unit 1 Can you play the guitar?

Jane: Hi, Bob. What club do you want to join?

Bob: I want to join a sports club.

Jane: Great! What sports can you play?

Bob: Soccer.

Jane: So you can join the soccer club.

Bob: What about you? You’re very good at telling stories. You can join the story telling club.

Jane: Sounds good. But I like to draw, too.

Bob: Then join two clubs, the story telling club and the art club!

Jane: OK, let’s join now.

Hello, I’m Peter. I like to play basketball. I can speak English and I can also play soccer.

Hi, I’m Ma Huan. I can play ping-pong and chess. I like to talk and play games with people.

My name’s Alan. I’m in the school music club. I can play the guitar and the piano. I can sing and dance, too.

 

Help for old people

We need help at the old people’s home. Are you free in July? Are you good with old people? Can you talk to them and play games with them? They can tell you stories, and you can make friends. It is interesting and fun! Please call us at 689-7729 today!

Music teacher wanted

Can you play the piano or the violin? Do you have time on the weekend? The school needs help to teach music. It is not difficult! Please call Mrs. Miller at 555-3721.

Help with sports in English

Are you busy after school? No? can you speak English? Yes? Then we need you to help with sports for English-speaking students. It is relaxing and easy! Please came to the Students’ Sport Center. Call Mr. Brown at 293-7742.

Unit 2 What time do you go to school?

Interviewer: Scott has an interesting job. He works at a radio station. Scott, what time is your radio show?

Scott: From twelve o’clock at night to six o’clock in the morning.

Interviewer: What time do you usually get up?

Scott: At eight thirty at night. Then I eat breakfast at nine.

Interviewer: That’s a funny time for breakfast!

Scott: Yeah. After that, I usually exercise at about ten twenty.

Interviewer: When do you go to work? At eleven o’clock, so I’m never late for work.

Hi! I’m Tony. I don’t like to get up early. In the morning, I get up at eight. Then I go to school at eight thirty. I don’t have much time for breakfast, so I usually eat very quickly. For lunch, I usually eat hamburgers. After school, I sometimes play basketball for half an hour. When I get home, I always do my homework first. In the evening, I either watch TV or play computer games. At ten thirty, I brush my teeth and then I go to bed. Mary is my sister. She usually gets up at six thirty. Then she always takes a shower and eats a good breakfast. After that, she goes to school at eight thirty. At twelve, she eats lots of fruit and vegetables for lunch. After lunch, she sometimes plays volleyball. She always eats ice-cream after dinner. She knows it’s not good for her, but it tastes good! In the evening, she does her homework and usually swims or takes a walk. At nine thirty, she goes to bed.

Unit 3 How do you get to school?

Lisa: Hey, Jane. Is this your new bike?

Jane: Yes, I ride it to school every day. How do you get to school?

Lisa: I usually take the bus.

Jane: How far is it from your home to school?

Lisa: I’m not sure… about 10 kilometers. The bus ride takes about 20 minutes. How long does it take you to get to school?

Jane: About 15 minutes by bike. It’s good exercise.

Lisa: Yeah. Well, have a good day at school.

Jane: You, too.

Crossing the river to school

How do you get to school? Do you walk or ride a bike? Do you go by bus or by train? For many students, it is easy to get to school. But for the students in one small village in China, it is difficult. There is a very big river between their school and the village. There is no bridge and the river runs too quickly for boats. So these students go on a ropeway to cross the river to school.

One 11-year-old boy, Liangliang, crosses the river every school day. But he is not afraid because he loves school. “I love to play with my classmates. And I love my teacher. He’s like a father to me.” Many of the students and villagers never leave the village. It is their dream to have a bridge. Can their dream come true?

Unit 4 Don’t eat in class

John: Hi, my name’s John. It’s my first day at school.

Alice: Hi, John. I’m Alice. This is a great school, but there are a lot of rules.

John: Really? What are some of the rules?

Alice: Well, don’t be late for class. This is very important.

John: OK, so we must be on time. Can we bring music players to school?

Alice: No, we can’t. and we always have to wear the school uniform.

John: I see.

Alice: Oh, and we also have to be quite in the library.

Dear Dr. Know,

There are too many rules! At 6:00 a.m., my mom says, “Get up now and make your bed!” After breakfast, my mom always says, “Don’t leave the dirty dishes in the kitchen!” After that, I run to school because I can’t be late. At school, we have more rules--- don’t be noisy, don’t eat in class, …

My dad says I can’t play basketball after school because I must do my homework. I can play only on weekends. After dinner, I can’t relax either. I must read a book before I can watch TV. But I have to go to bed before 10:00. Rules, rules, rules! It’s terrible! What can I do, Dr. Know?

Molly Brown, New York

Dear Molly,

I know how you feel. People always tells us, “Don’t do this!” or “You can’t do that!” But think about it, Molly. There are a lot of things you can do. You can play basketball on weekends. You can watch TV after you read a book. Parents and schools are sometimes strict but remember, they make rules to help us. We have to follow them.

Good luck!

Dr. Know

Unit 5 Why do you like pandas?

Jenny: Your dos is really cute, Peter!

Peter: He’s my new pet, Dingding. He’s very smart.

Jenny: Really? What can he do?

Peter: He can walk on two legs. He can dance, too.

Jenny: Wow!

Peter: Does your family have a pet?

Jenny: My mom has a big cat, but I don’t like her.

Peter: Why don’t you like the cat?

Jenny: Well, because she’s kind of boring. She sleeps all day, and her name is Lazy.

Peter: Haha, then that’s a good name for her!

Hello. We are students from Thailand, and we want to save the elephants. The elephant is one of Thailand’s symbols. Our first flag had a white elephant on it. This is a symbol of good luck.

Elephants are smart animals. They can play soccer or music. They can also draw very well. People say that “an elephant never forgets”. Elephants can walk for a long time and never gets lost. They can also remember places with food and water. This helps them to live.

But elephants are in great danger. People cut down many trees so elephants are losing their homes. People also kill elephants for their ivory. Today there are only about 3000 elephants (over 100,000 before). We must save the trees and not buy things made of ivory. Remember that March 13th is Thai Elephant Day.

Unit 6 I’m watching TV

Jenny: Hello? This is Jenny.

Laura: Hi, Jenny. It’s Laura here.

Jenny: Oh, hi, Laura. What are you doing?

Laura: Not much. I’m just washing my clothes. What about you?

Jenny: I’m watching TV. Do you want to join me for dinner? My parents aren’t at home. We can eat out.

Laura: Yeah. I’d love to.

Jenny: Let’s meet at my home first. Come at half past six.

Laura: OK. See you then.

Today’s story is about Zhu Hui, a student from Shenzhen. He’s now studying in the United States. He’s living with an American family in New York. Today is the Dragon Boat Festival. It’s 9:00 a.m. and Zhu Hui’s family are at home. His mom and aunt are making zongzi. His dad and uncle are watching the boat races on TV.

Is Zhu Hui also watching the races and eating zongzi? Well, it’s 9:00 p.m. in New York, and it’s the night before the festival. But there isn’t a Dragon Boat Festival in the US, so it’s like any other night for Zhu Hui and his host family. The mother is reading a story to her young children. The father is watching a soccer game on TV. And what’s Zhu Hui doing? He’s talking on the phone to his cousin in Shenzhen. Zhu Hui misses his family and wishes to have his mom’s delicious zongzi. Zhu Hui likes New York and his host family a lot, but there’s still “no place like home”.

Unit 7 It’s raining

Rick: Hello, Rick speaking.

Steve: Hi, Rick. It’s Steve. How’s it going?

Rick: Not bad, thanks. The weather’s great. What are you doing?

Steve: I’m playing basketball with some friends at the park.

Rick: Sounds like you’re having a good time.

Steve: Yeah. Is your brother at home?

Rick: Oh, he’s not here. He’s studying at his friend’s home. Can I take a message for him?

Steve: Yes. Could you just tell him to call me back?

Rick: Sure, no problem.

Dear Jane,

How’s it going? I’m having a great time visiting my aunt in Canada. She’s working here and I’m going to summer school. I’m studying English and I’m learning a lot. I’m also visiting some of my old friends. I’m so happy to see them again. It’s afternoon right now, and I’m sitting by the pool, and drinking orange juice. It’s warm and sunny, and it’s very relaxing here.

See you soon.

Su Lin

Dear Jane,

How’s your summer vacation going? Are you studying hard, or are you having fun? I’m having a great time in Europe! My family and I are on a vacation in the mountains. I want to call you but my phone isn’t working, so I’m writing to you. It’s hot in your country now, isn’t it? The weather here is cool and cloudy, just right for walking.

See you next month.

Dave

Unit 8 Is there a post office near here?

Tony: Hi, excuse me.

Linda: Yes. How can I help you?

Tony: Well, I’m new in town. Is there a bank around here?

Linda: Yes, there is. It’s on Center Street. It’s across from the park.

Tony: Oh… where’s Center Street?

Linda: It’s not too far from here. I can walk with you.

Tony: Oh, that’s great! Thanks so much.

Linda: No problem.

Anna

There is a zoo in my neighborhood. I like to spend time there on weekends. I love to watch the monkeys climbing around. The monkeys sometimes fight. They look like my friends and me when we fight!

To get there, I usually walk out and turn right on Bridge Road. Then I walk along Bridge Road. The zoo is on the right.

John

I live near a supermarket. My parents usually shop there. There is a big park across from the supermarket. I often exercise at the park because I love the clean air and sunshine. The best things in life are free!

To get to the park, you just have to cross Center Street.

Lisa

I live in a noisy neighborhood. There is a post office between my house and a clothes store. But my favorite place is the library. It is very quiet and I enjoy reading there. When I read books, time goes quickly!

You can get to the library easily. Just go down North Road and turn left. It is across from the park.

Unit 9 What does he look like?

Mike: Hi, Tony. Are you going to the movie tonight?

Tony: Yes. We’re meeting at seven, right?

Mike: Yeah, but I may be a little late. My friend David is going, too. Just meet him in front of the cinema first.

Tony: Oh, but I don’t know him. What does he look like?

Mike: Well, he has brown hair and wears glasses.

Tony: OK. Is he tall or short?

Mike: He isn’t tall or short. He’s of medium height.

Tony: OK, sure. See you late then.

An interesting job

Joe Brown has a very interesting job. He is a police artist. Some people see crimes and then talk to Joe. They tell him what the criminal looks like. Then Joe draws a picture of the criminal, and the police put it in newspapers and on television to find him.

He wants to draw a good picture of each criminal, but this job is sometimes difficult. Many people don’t always see things the same way so they may describe the same person differently. Also, they don’t always remember well. “The criminal is of medium height and young. He has long straight brown hair and big eyes,” says one woman. Another woman says, “He is tall and thin, and he has curly blond hair. He’s about thirty years old.” In the end, the real criminal is a short and heavy old man, and he has short black hair!

Unit 10 I’d like some noodles.

Waitress: Good afternoon. May I take your order?

Sally: Yes. Are there any vegetables in the beef soup?

Waitress: Yes. There are some tomatoes.

Sally: OK. We’d like one bowl of beef soup.

Waitress: Sure. What size would you like?

Sally: Large, please.

Tom: We’d also like gongbao chicken and some mapo tofu with rice.

Waitress: OK. One large bowl of beef soup, one gongbao chicken, and one mapo tofu with rice.

Tom: Yes, that’s right.

Birthday food around the world

What would people like to eat on their birthday? The answer would be different in different countries.

In many countries, people have birthday cakes with candles. The number of candles is the person’s age. The birthday person must make a wish and blow out the candles. If he or she blows out all the candles in one go, the wish will come true. In the UK, people sometimes put a candy in a birthday cake. The child with the candy is lucky.

In China, it is getting popular to have cake on your birthday. But many people still eat very long noodles are symbol of long life. In some places, Chinese people also eat eggs on their birthday. They are a symbol of life and good luck.

All of these birthday foods may be different, but the ideas are the same. They bring good luck to the birthday person.

Unit 11 How was your school trip?

Peter: Hi, Eric. How was your trip last week?

Eric: It was excellent. I visited my grandparents in the countryside.

Peter: Oh, nice. What did you do?

Eric: I went fishing every day. And I fed the chickens with my grandpa. It was so much fun.

Peter: Sounds good. How was the weather there?

Eric: It was great, and the air was so clean. I watched the stars at night. They were so beautiful.

Peter: Lucky you.

June 15th

Today I went on a school trip. We visited the science museum and it was really interesting. We got there so fast by train. We saw some farms and villages along the way. At the museum, I learned a lot about robots. I didn’t know they could play chess with us. It was so cool! Then the guide taught us how to make a model robot. I took a lot of great photos, too. After that, I went to the gift shop and bought some lovely gifts for my parents. They weren’t expensive. All in all, it was an exciting day.

June 15th

I think today’s school trip was terrible. We took the train to the museum. It was so hot on the slow train. The museum was big and boring. Everything was about robots and I’m not interested in that. The rooms were really dark and it was difficult to take photos, so I didn’t take any. There were also too many people and I couldn’t really see or hear the guide. The things in the gift shop were so expensive. I didn’t like the trip at all.

Unit 12 What did you do last weekend?

Paul: Hi, Lisa. How was your weekend?

Lisa: Great, thanks.

Paul: What did you do?

Lisa: I worked as a guide at the Natural History Museum.

Paul: Really? How interesting!

Lisa: Yeah, it was fun. They have a butterfly house with over 200 kinds of butterflies! I told the visitors about them and their living habits. Did you have a good weekend?

Paul: Yeah, it was good, but I’m kind of tired now. I stayed up late to watch the soccer game.

A weekend to remember

My sister finished high school two weeks ago. As a special gift, our parents took us to India. Last weekend was interesting but scary.

We went camping in a small village in India. First, we took a long bus ride to a lake in the countryside. There we put up our tents and made a fire to keep us warm and cook food on. On the first night, we just sat under the moon and told each other stories. But I was so tired that I went to sleep early.

The next morning, my sister and I got terrible surprise. When we looked out of our tent, we saw a big snake sleeping near the fire. I was so scared that I couldn’t move. We shouted to our parents to let them know about the danger. My dad started to jump up and down in their tent. This woke the snake up and it moved into the forest near the lake. My dad told me later that snakes don’t have ears but can feel things moving. He also told me it was important not to go near a snake. This was a very useful lesson for me.

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