1.–You’re not free now, are you?
----_____. I have some work to do.
A.Yes, I am.
B. No, I am.
C. Yes, I am not.
D. No, I’m not.
2.---Which of these two pairs of shoes will you take?
---I’ll take ____ to give me a change sometimes.
3.We hear that one of those American students ____ going to come to our classes next term.
--- Sorry, I’m not sure, either.
A.How do you do?
B.Can you help me?
C.Could you please tell me how to pronounce this word?
D.Can you lend me a map?
5.Harry said that he _____ to American before.
Do you sometimes forget bi***days or important appointments (约会)? Don’t worry! Now you can get help from your computer. There is a new service on the Internet called on-line calendars. You start by typing in a list of important dates that you want to remember, like the bi***days of your family and friends. Later, you can add other appointments and plans to your list. The on-line calendar will send you an e-mail message to remind (提醒) you about your mother’s bi***days or your friend’s graduation day. If you don’t have time to go shopping, the on-line calendar lets you order presents (such as flowers or a book) and pay for them by sending your credit card number. The on-line calendar also makes a list of your appointments and e-mails it to you every morning. This service is very convenient (方便) and easy to use, but you must remember to check your e-mail every day!
1. What’s the name of the new service on the Internet?
2. What’s the first step for you to do if you want to enjoy the service?
3. How does the service remind you of the important dates?
4. What is not convenient for you to enjoy the service?