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During The Second World War, winston Churchill Was The British Prima Minister. One Day He Had To Go To The British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC) To Make An Important Speech To The Nation.


An Hour Before The Time Of This Speech, he Stopped A Taxi In The Street And Asked The Driver To Take Him To The BBC, but The Taxi-driver, who Did Not Recognize Him, said He Could Not Take Him Anywhere Just Then, because He Wanted To Go Back To His Home At The Other End Of London To Hear Churchill Make A Speech On The Radio. Churchill Was So Pleased When He Heard This. Churchill Answered That He Gave The Man A Pound, which Was Worth Quite A Lot In Those Days.


"All Right, get In, "Said The Driver Happily, opening The Door Of The Taxi. "I'll Take You, and To Hell With(lets. . . . . . Absurd goes) Churchill And His Speech! Absurd goes) Churchill And His Speech!!


1.During The Second World War, winston Churchill Was The _______ .


A. British Prime Minister B. American Prime Minister


C. Chinese Prime Minister D. French Prime Minister


2.An Hour Before The Time Of This Speech, he Stopped A _______in The Street And Asked The Driver To Take Him To The _______ .


A. Bus; VOA B. Taxi; BBC C. Taxi; VOA D. Bus; BBC


3.The Taxi-driver Wanted To Go Back To His Home ________of London To Hear Churchill Make A Speech_ ________ .


A. At The Other End; On The Radio B. In The Other End; In The Radio


C. On The Other End; To The Radio D. At The Other End; In The Radio


4.What Do You Think Of The Driver?


A. He Cared For Churchill More Than For His Speech.


B. He Cared For Churchill's Speech More Than For Churchill Himself.


C. He Cared For Churchill And His Speech More Than For Money.


D. He Cared For Money Most.


5.Can You Imagine Churchill's Expression After He Heard The Driver's Last World?


A. Happy B. Dumbfounded(is dumbfounded) C. Surprised D. Worried


KEY: 1. A 2. B 3. A 4. D 5. B




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