2017希望杯英语省赛小高组朗读文章1-20
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1. I have been thinking to visit Grandmother at the hospital after school on Monday. Grandmother hurt her right leg and the doctor put white tape on it to help the “hurt ” go away. I will bring some pretty flowers to give to Grandmother . Grandmother likes all sorts of flowers more than I do.I have been thinking how much I like my Grandmother and how much she really likes me. And I have been thinking that no one could like my Grandmother more than I do. So,I have been thinking to visit Grandmother at the hospital after school.I have been thinking…

2. Mom is great cook . She started cooking when she was three years old ! I know that sounds silly ,but she would help her mother cook. And ,now I’m helping my mom cook .I like to make chicken the best. Baked chicken is my favorite thing to make. It is also my favorite food to eat. One day,when mom was sick,I tried to make the chicken all by myself. I washed the chicken and put it in a pan in the oven to bake.When the bell rang to tell me the chicken was done,I open the oven door.Guess what? The chicken was not cooked! I stared to laugh. I laughed and laughed and laughed ! Did you know what I did? I forgot to turn on the oven! Did you know what I did next? I called on the telephone for pizza to come to our house. Mom was happy that I ”cooked ”by myself. She was happy that we could eat the pizza together.

3. Once upon a time there was a blackbird that lived in a cherry tree outside my window . Every day, the blackbird would sing and sing . When I ate my breakfast , the blackbird ate his breakfast. When I ate my lunch , the blackbird ate his lunch. When I ate my dinner , the blackbird ate his dinner. When I had a snack,the blackbird had a snack,too. The blackbird always ate the cherries off the cherry tree. One day, mother was going to make a cherry pie. We picked all the cherries off the cherry tree. Mother made the pie. Mother washed the cherries,and then put them in the crust to bake. When it was baked, she put the pie by the window to cool off. She opened the window . I was eating my breakfast .I saw the blackbird fly around the tree. There were no cherries on the tree. I saw the blackbird fly in though the window to sit by the pie. I smiled. The blackbird took the pie under his wing and flew out the window . I saw him as he hid the cherry pie in a little hole in the tree . “That blackbird stole the cherry pie!” I shouted. When I looked outside, I saw the blackbird eating the whole pie! He was eating the crust! He was eating the cherries! Soon, it was all gone. Now, we both smiled

4. Once upon a time, there were three billy goats that lived on a green hill by a stream. They saw the grass was very green on the other side of the stream. So the :first little billy goat went across the bridge. "Trip. trap. trip. trapl" went the goat's hooves as he walked across the bridge. "Who's tripping across my bridge?" shouted the wolf that lived under the bridge. "I will eat you up." "I'm going to the other side. but I'm the smallest billy goat. If you wait a bit. my brother will come. He's bigger than I am." And so the wolf let the smallest billy goat go across the bridge to the green grass on the other side. Then the wolf waited. The second billy goat came to cross the bridge. But the second billy goat said there was another billy goat that was much bigger. The wolf waited again. The third billy goat came across the bridge. As the wolf came to eat him. the biggest billy goat rammed the wolf with his horns and pushed him off the bridge. After that. the third goat ran across the bridge so he could eat the green grass with his brothers.

5. John and his cat Rick do not like rats. They catch all they can. One time, John set a trap to catch some and then went away and hid with Rick. Pretty soon a big rat came outof its hole and went to the trap. Rick saw the rat and started to Jump up to chase it. but John said. "Hold on. Rick. let's see if it will go into the trap.7' But the rat did not go in, and as it was going to run away, John let Rick go, and said, "Catch it, Rick. Be quick!" and they ran very fast to catch the rat. But the rat was too quick for them. It went into its hole just as Rick was very near it.

6. "Do not go outside without your warm coat, Tom; it is very cold, and the snow lies thick on the ground. If you do, then you will catch cold, and you will be sick." "But I feel quite warm." "Yes, you do now, but see what a large fire there is here? Out of doors there is no fire, and the cold wind blows. If you have no warm coat on, you will feel cold." But Tom thought he knew best, so he went outside with no coat on, and he caught a bad cold and cough. He was put to bed. Jack, Will and Tom were supposed to play on the frozen pond the next day, but now Tom was too sick to go. When he was in bed, Tom thought how silly he had been. He would try and do all that he was told when he got well.

7. There was once a big, white hen that had twelve little chickens. They were very small, and the old hen took good care of them. She found food for them in the daytime and at night kept them under her wings. One day, this old hen took her chickens down to a small brook. She thought some fresh air and the water would do them good. It was very pretty on the other side of the brook, and the old hen thought she would take her children over there. There was a large stone in the brook; she thought it would be easy for them to jump to that stone. So she jumped to the stone and told the children to come after her. For the first time, she found that they would not obey her. She flapped her wings, and cried, "Come here, all of you! Jump upon this stone as I did. Come now!" "O Mother! We can't, we can't!" said all the little chickens. "Yes you can if you try," said the old hen. "Just flap your wings as I did, and you can jump over." "I am flapping my wings," said Chippy, who stood by himself, "but I can't jump any better than I could before."

8. Tim is seven years old. He is a good boy. But he can't get up early. He sleeps until eight or nine o'clock in the morning. He is often late for school. Tim's mother doesn't want him to be late for school. So she buys him an alarm clock. She says to Tim, "You must get up when you hear the clock ring." "Yes, Mum." says Tim. After that Tim gets up at six o'clock when he hears the clock ring. One day his mom forgot to wring up the clock. And next morning, Tim didn't get up at six thirty. It is time for breakfast. Mother went to see him. Tim was in bed and his eyes were open. "Why didn't you get up?" Mother was angry. "I am waiting for the bell." Tim said.

9. One morning the fox said to his children, "I will find some eggs for breakfast." Then he went to the woods. The fox saw an eagle's nest in the top branch of a tree. "How can I reach those eggs?'7 he thought. "Ha, ha! Now I have a plan." He put some grass stalks into his ears and knocked on the tree with them. "Throw an egg to me:' cried the fox. "If you do not throw an egg to me, I will knock this great tree over with these grass stalks." The eagle was terribly frightened, and she threw an egg down to the fox. "Throw another egg down to me at once," demanded the fox when he saw that he had frightened the eagle. "One egg is enough," said the eagle. "I shall not throw down any more eggs." "Throw another egg to me, or I shall knock the tree over with these grass stalks and take all of your eggs," said the fox. The eagle was still more frightened, and she threw down another egg. Then the fox laughed and said, "How could I knock down a great tree with these small grass stalks?" The eagle became very angry, She flew down from her nest and grasped the fox. Then she lifted the fox up and flew with him far out to sea. She dropped him upon a lonely is land.

IO. "Look, Ned, here is a nest! It is made from hay, and the old hen is in it."

"Put your hand into the nest, Mary."

"Oh no, the hen will not let me!"

"But, Mary, I will hold her."

"Well, Ned, if you can hold her, I will put my hand into the nest," said Mary as she moved her hand towards the nest. "Oh Ned, there are some little chicks under the hen!"

"Are there?" asked Ned. "Take her out of the nest so we can see them." Ned lifted the hen out of the nest. The children could see the chicks. There were six of them.

"Oh the dear little chicks! How pretty they are," said Ned. "We will feed them, Mary."

"Yes, I will run and get some food and give them some water," said Mary as she ran towards her house.

11. "Come boys, what shall we do? Let's play hide and seek, ”suggested Ned.

"Oh yes! That will be fun for all of us. Who will shut his eyes'? Ned, will you?" asked Roy.

"Yes, I will shut my eyes while you all go and hide," replied Ned. Then Ned stood by the tree and shut his eyes, and the other boys ran off to hide. Pretty soon Ned said, "Boys, are you all hidden? Well, here I go. One, two, three, here I come!" Ned started to look for the hidden boys. He spotted Fred hiding in a box. "Ha! I spy you, Fred. You are in that box!" shouted Ned. Then Ned said to Roy, "I spy you, Roy. You are under the hay.” Ned could still not find Frank. Ned kept looking and then saw Fred in the Barn. "Oh there he is! I spy you, Frank. Come out of that barn. I see your black cap!" shouted Ned. Now it was Fred's turn to shut his eyes and stand by the tree while the other boys hid.

12. "Look, Mom! See what a pretty fish! It is a little trout," said John to his mother.

John's mother asked, "Where did you get it. John?" "Frank caught it in the brook. I went to the brook to get some water and saw this little fish. Then I told Frank about the fish, and he ran to get his fish net. He put the net into the water and caught the fish, and I put it into this dish."

"Well, what will you do with it?” asked John's mother.

"I will keep it, Mom," replied John.

"But, my boy, it will not live in that dish. You should put it back into the brook," replied his mother.

John frowned. "I wish I could keep it. It is so pretty! May I put it into the pond?"

"No, John," said his Mom. "You must put it into the brook. A trout will not live in warm water."

13. One day Ann and Frank went to the lake with Rover. Rover can swim well, so Frank made him go into the water after a stick. "Jump, Rover! Jump in and get the stick," said Frank, and into the water Rover went with a big splash. Pretty soon he came out with the stick in his mouth. Rover did not like the game as much as Frank because the water was a little cold. They had a fine time for a while with Rover, and then set out for home because it was late in the day, and they could not stay long. On the way home, Rover saw a rabbit and away he went after it as fast as he could go. Ann and Frank ran too but could not keep up with Rover and the rabbit. When they got home, Rover was there, and Frank said, "Where is the rabbit, Rover?" Rover gave Frank a funny look and went away. "Oh I know," said Frank. "The rabbit ran so fast you could not catch it."

14. My mother took my brother Bill and me to the fun parade on Monday. There were children who rode in cars in the parade and children who walked behind the cars. I saw three pretty white horses walking in the parade. I saw some big dogs running in the parade, too. I got lots of candy from the clowns in the parade. The clowns had on purple hats and big, orange pants. I saw a clown's puppy with a purple hat and orange pants on it, too ! After the parade, I ate my candy and I clapped and clapped. It was a fun parade to see with my brother and my mother. It was a fun parade to see the pretty horses, big dogs, clowns, and puppy with purple hats and orange pants, too!

15. When my teacher asked me to write to Mr. Black, I thought about it. I thought about the changes I want. I want a playground. We had a playground, but our community got crowded. They built homes where the playground was. I want a library. We had a library, but it burned down. People said they needed too much money to build a new one. My teacher said to write about just one thing I wanted. So first I thought about everything and then I chose one thing. I chose trees. I want more trees. If we have more trees, the city will be cooler in summer. It will be prettier, too. And in winter we can put lights on them so it will be brighter. This was a change everyone would like. I wrote my ideas to Mr. Black and I told my family about it, too. My mother told the block club the idea. They liked it so much that they called a city office. They asked if they could get trees to plant on our block. It took weeks to get the answer, but then the answer came. We got ten trees.

16. My mother was having a baby and we were all very glad. Then one night my mother woke us up and said it was time. She was going to the hospital. I wanted to go, too. But she said I would come later. The next morning, my aunt said, "Now you have a new brother." I was so happy. I wanted to see him, but my aunt said, "You can't come to the hospital because you are too young." But I really wanted to see the baby. And I missed my mother, too. My mother called me on the telephone. She said she was feeling good and would be home soon. She said the nurses had taken good care of her. The next day, I went to the hospital because we were bringing my mother home. When we got there, she was in a wheelchair. "Are you sick?" I asked. The nurse said, "No, she is just being careful. When patients leave the hospital they leave in a wheelchair to make sure they stay safe." My mother thanked the nurse and said she and the baby would be back next week to see the doctor.

17. A man goes into a restaurant and sits down at one of the tables. A waiter comes up to him and gives him the menu. The man reads it carefully, and then he orders all the most expensive dishes. Then a small boy comes into the restaurant and sits at the man's table. The waiter comes up and says to the man, "What will your little boy like, sir?" "Oh, just an ice cream," the man tells him. After he finishes his meal, the man stands up and says to the waiter, "I'm just going out to buy a newspaper." He leaves the restaurant. The waiter gives the boy an ice cream. The boy eats it, and then stands up and walks to the door. The waiter runs towards him. "Excuse me," he says, "but your father hasn't come back and he hasn't paid for his meal or your ice cream. You'd better stay here until your father comes back and pays his bill." "He's not my father:' the boy says. "The man came up to me in the street and asked me if l liked ice

cream. I told him I did."

18. It is a fine Saturday morning. Bob and his family get up later than usual, because he isn't going to school and his father aren't going to work. They are all staying at home; each of them is doing a different thing. Bob's father is in the garage. He is washing his car. His mother is in the kitchen. She is busy preparing a good meal for the family. Sometimes, Bob helps his mum with the cooking, and sometimes he goes to the garage and watches his father wash his ear. His elder brother, Jack, usually stays in his study till lunchtime. His two sisters are listening to some beautiful music while they're cleaning the house. His younger brother. Tom, is training his puppy. He is having a lot of fun. Around 12:30, the whole family is seated around the table enjoying a wonderful meal.

19. Air is all around us. It is around us as we walk and play. From the time we were born air is around us on every side. When we sit down, it is around us. When we go to bed, air is also around us. We live in air. We can live without food or water for a few days, but we cannot live for more than a few minutes without air. We take in air. When we are working or running we need more air. When we are asleep, we need less air. We live in air, but we cannot see it. We can only feel it when it is moving. Moving air is called wind. How can we make air move? Here is one way. Hold an open book in front of your face, close it quickly. What can you feel? What you feel is air.

20. Michael Jordan is one of the most famous basketball players in the world. He was born in New York. He didn't like to talk about himself. He was also very short. He didn't play very well when he joined the basketball team in his high school at first. But the next year things changed greatly for him, as he grew much taller. Michael Jordan became famous when he joined the university basketball team. Michael used his quickness and strength to reach the basket again and again. He played so well that people call him Air Jordan. After college, Michael became a member of the Chicago Bull basketball team. The NBA was very surprised at this high-flying player. He once set a record by getting 63 points in one game.