Cindy, Jerry and Mary are giving their opinions about a good friend.Cindy: I think a good friend should be honest(诚实的). That’s more important than any other thing and is where a good friendship starts. If a friend isn’t honest, he may lose his friends’ trust.
Jerry: I think a good friend has to be generous. Here “generous” doesn’t mean he has to give his friends his lunch money or his clothes. It means he should share(分享) his ideas and feelings with his friends. In fact, his friends can know him better in this way.
Mary: In my opinion a good friend should understand(理解) his friends. When there’s something wrong between him and his friends, he must put himself in his friends’ place and think more for his friends.
1.What does the underlined sentence(句子) mean?
A.To be honest is the most important.
B.To be honest is as important as other things.
C.To be honest is not so important.
D.Honest people g et more things than others.
2.Jerry would like to make friends with people who ______.
A.give him lunch money
B.know him very well
C.tell him their ideas and feelings
D.give him some clothes
3.Mary thinks friends should ______.
A.visit each other often
B.go to more places to play
C.understand each other
D.help each other do more things
4.Which of the following is NOT true?
A.They are talking about what they think a good friend should be.
B.They are talking about money.
C.They are talking about clothes.
D.They are talking about trust.
5.What’s the best title of the passage?
B.Trust is the most important.
C.Opinions about a good friends.
D.Being generous is the important.