One Saturday, Bob decided to take a drive through the countryside. After some time, he saw a dog walking behind a man on the side of the road.___61____ Of course, the car hit the poor animal and killed it.
___62____ “I’m very sorry that this happened,” he said. “Is there anything I can do? ___63____”
“Oh, but…” said the man. “I should tell you…”
“Stop! You’re right, $10 isn’t enough! That dog was you best friend!”
___64____Then he thanked the man and drove away. When he was gone, the man looked down at the dog and said: “I wonder whose dog that is.” 140 w
A. Bob stopped his car and walked up to the man.
B. Will $10 help?
C. He wanted to have a drive on weekends.
D. As the car came near them, the dog suddenly jumped into the road.
E. Bob reached into his pocket and gave the man $ 30.
AUTUMN is harvest (收获) time for the 27 eighth-graders at Heritage Middle School in Painesville, Ohio. They couldn’t wait to pick ripe vegetables from the school garden behind the school’s library. There were tomatoes, beans, peppers and broccoli.The 27 students took part in the school’s garden project. The program teaches about environmental issues (环保事宜) – water, soil and energy – as well as leadership and team-building skills.
“I hope it helped to get the kids outside to start their own garden at home,” said Colleen Royer, coordinator (协调人) of the program.Several gardening experts helped the students build two garden beds and plant some vegetables in May.
For some students, it’s their first taste of the garden’s fresh vegetables. Others have been working through the hot summer months to keep the plants alive.Eighth-grader Christopher DiPierro and his family pulled weeds, watered and even took home some ripe vegetables.His mother, Laura, said her other children also took part and it was a great learning experience for the whole family.
“We went to work one day a week [in the summer],” she said.
“The kids learned how to be patient. Chris paid extra attention and it was really exciting for him. He’s not a tomato fan, but he agreed to try.”
At the end of September, the school made pepperoni (意大利香辣肠) and jalapeno (墨西哥胡椒) pizza with the peppers and tomatoes from the garden. All the students enjoyed the delicious food – the fruits of their labor – together.
65. Is autumn harvest time for some eighth graders at Heritage Middle School?
66. Where is their vegetable garden, behind the school or behind the school’s library?
67. How many students took part in the school’s garden project?
68. Who else took part in the project in Christopher’s family?
69. What are the purposes of the school’s garden project according to the passage?