Unit 2 What's the matter? 同步阅读
One day, I had a bad toothache. I couldn't eat anything. So I went to see the dentist.
"What's wrong with your teeth?" asked the dentist.
"I have a toothache," I told him.
"Let me see your teeth ... Um, there's a hole in one of the teeth. Do you eat a lot of sweet food?" the dentist asked me.
"Yes, I do. I often eat ice cream, biscuits, chocolates and I often drink colas and mile with sugar," I told him.
"All these are bad for your teeth. You must eat less sweet food and brush your teeth at least twice every day. Now let me fill your tooth," said the doctor.
1. What was wrong with the writer?
A. She couldn't eat or sleep.
B. She had a toothache.
C. She couldn't eat any sweet food.
D. She had a headache.
2. The doctor looked over the writer's teeth and found .
A. a hole in one of her teeth
B. two holes in her teeth
C. some holes in her teeth
D. a big hole and a small hole in her teeth
3. The writer .
A. doesn't like eating sweet food or drinking sweet milk
B. doesn't like having any food or drink
C. likes eating sweet food and drinking sweet water
D. likes having sweet food and drink
4. Eating less sweet food .
A. isn't good for our teeth
B. is only good for children's teeth
C. is good for our teeth
D. is bad for our teeth
5. Which of the following is true?
A. The dentist filled all the writer's bad teeth.
B. The dentist didn't fill the writer's bad teeth.
C. The dentist pulled the writer's bad tooth out.
D. The dentist filled the writer's bad tooth.
1. B 2. A 3. D 4. D