B: I think I need a pair of sports shoes.
B: For my son. He wears size ten.
B: Do you have other colors? Black isn’t his color.
B: OK. He likes the color brown. How much is it?
B: Forty dollars? That’s a bit expensive. But I’ll take it.
In England, people don’t usually talk much. You can go on a bus, or a train, and everyone sits looking out of the window. Often they read. They read books and papers, but they don’t talk much. When you meet English people, they often talk about one thing---the weather. So when you meet somebody in England, you can say, “Nice weather for the time of year!”
“But it was a little cold yesterday.” Somebody may answer, “But it got a bit warmer later.” You can say.
Talk like this and the English will think, “How friendly you are!”
( ) 1. English people often _____ on a bus.
A. talk much
( ) 2. When you meet English people, you can talk like this _____.
A. how do you do
B. how are you
C. Nice weather
D.Nice to meet you
( ) 3. If you talk with the English people about the weather, they will think _____.
A.you are friendly
B.you are right
C. you are English
D.you talk too much
( ) 4. English people always hope the weather will get _____.
( ) 5. Which is right?
A. English people like to talk on a bus.
B. English people didn’t enjoy the best weather
C. English people are the most friendly
D. English people don’t talk much.