VIP Class Notes (Nemo)

Speaking

One morning MB wanted to read a newspaper but there’s a thief steal his newspaper and  MB is very angry. He made a trap and wanted to catch the thief. He made a trap with a camera, he wanted to take a photo of the thief. But the next day the photo was thief feet and MB printed a poster with a reward and stuck it everywhere. And a boy told MB who’s the thief but he wasn’t a thief. He made a trap to catch the thief. The next day MB to look a thief but he looked the photo is in girl’s feet, but she isn’t a thief. And  she said, ” The thief is a squirrel!”  and now MB looked the squirrel to  steal his newspaper, Mb was angry. The End.

One morning MB wanted to read a newspaper but there was a thief stealing his newspaper and  MB was very angry. He made a trap and he wanted to catch the thief. He made a trap with a camera, he wanted to take a photo of the thief. But the next day the photo had only thief’s feet on it and MB printed a poster with a reward and stuck it everywhere. A boy told MB who’s the thief but that person wasn’t the thief. He made a trap to catch the thief again. The next day MB  looked at the photo and in the photo were the girl’s feet, but she wasn’t a thief. And she said, ” A squirrel is a thief!”  and now MB saw the squirrel stealing his newspaper, Mb was angry. The End.

Vocabulary

newspaper (n): a regularly printed document consisting of large sheets of paper that are folded together, or a website, containing news reports, articles, photographs, and advertisements
报纸,报
E.g.: Do you read a newspaper regularly?
你常看报纸吗?
E.g.: a daily/Sunday newspaper
日报/周日版报纸

steal stole | stolen
steal (v): to take something without the permission or knowledge of the owner and keep it
偷,窃
E.g.: She admitted stealing the money from her employers.
她承认偷了雇主的钱。
E.g.: They were so poor they had to steal in order to eat.
他们非常穷,为了填饱肚子只得去偷。

trap (n): a device or hole for catching animals or people and preventing their escape
陷阱;夹子;捕捉器
E.g.: The fox got its foot caught in a trap.
狐狸的一只脚被夹子夹住了。

reward (n): something given in exchange for good behavior or good work, etc.
报答;报偿;酬谢;奖赏
E.g.: There’s a reward for whoever finishes first.
无论谁先完成都会得到一份奖赏。

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squirrel (n): a small animal covered in fur with a long tail. Squirrels climb trees and feed on nuts and seeds.
松鼠