“How are you?”is a nice question. It’s a friendly way that people in the USA greet each other.

“How are you?”is a nice question. It’s a friendly way that people in the USA greet each other. But “How are you?”is also a very unusually question. It’s a question that often doesn’t need an answer. The person who asks “How are you?” hopes to hear the answer “Fine”, even if the person’s friend isn’t fine. The reason is that “How are you ?”isn’t really a question and “Fine.”isn’t really an answer. They are simply other ways of saying “Hello.”or “Hi.”Sometimes, people also don’t say exactly what they mean. For example, when someone asks “Do you agree?”, the other person might think, “No, I disagree. I think you’re wrong.”But it isn’t very polite to disagree so strongly, so the other person might say “I’m not sure.”It’s a nicer way to say that you don’t agree with someone. People also don’t exactly what they are thinking when they finish talking with other people. For example, many talks over the phone finish when one person say “I’ve to go now.”Often, the person who wants to hang up gives an excuse,“Someone’s at the door.”“Something is burning on the stove.”The excuses might be real, or not. Perhaps the person who wants to hand up simply doesn’t want to talk any more, but it isn’t polite to say that. The excuse is more polite, and it doesn’t hurt the other person. Whether they are greeting each other, talking about an idea, or finishing a talk, people don’t say exactly that they are thinking. It’s an important way that people try to be nice to each other, and it’s part of the game of language.

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小题1:“How are you?”is another way of saying “Hello.”or“Hi.”

小题2: It is polite to say “No. I disagree. I think you are wrong.”if you don’t agree with others.

小题3:When someone says“I have to go now.”on the phone, it means he wants to go on talking.

小题4:“Someone is at the door.”may be an excuse for finishing a phone call.

小题5:Sometimes people don’t say exactly what they are thinking about just because they try to be nice to each other.

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本文叙述了日常生活中的一些交际用语。“你很吗?”和 “好”,只是“你好”的另一种说法,并不是真的问题。不同意某人时,“不,我不同意,我认为你是错的,”这种强烈的说法是不礼貌的,礼貌的说法是“我不确定.”。当打电话的人想挂断电话时,会说“有人在敲门”或者“炉子上的东西快糊了”。人们不会真实的说出他们的想法,是想对彼此好。

小题1:根据They are simply other ways of saying “Hello.”or “Hi.”可知“How are you?”只是“你好”的另一种说法。故与文中意思相符,故为T。

小题2:根据But it isn’t very polite to disagree so strongly, so the other person might say “I’m not sure.”It’s a nicer way to say that you don’t agree with someone. 可知强烈地不同意是不礼貌的,不同意某人时,礼貌的说法是“I’m not sure.”,因此此处与文中意思不符,故为F。

小题3:根据For example, many talks over the phone finish when one person say “I’ve to go now.”可知当有人说“I’ve to go now.”时,表示打电话结束了。故为F。

小题4:根据Often, the person who wants to hang up gives an excuse,“Someone’s at the door.”“Something is burning on the stove.”可知经常有人想要挂断电话,给出的借口是“Someone’s at the door”和“Something is burning on the stove.”。此处与文中意思相符,故为T。

小题5:根据people don’t say exactly that they are thinking. It’s an important way that people try to be nice to each other, and it’s part of the game of language. 可知人们不会真实的说出他们的想法,是想对彼此好。故为T。

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