I have a neighbor we call “Happy”. I have never seen her angry at anything and never heard her say a harsh word to anyone or about anyone.
Happy and her husband Ben， 70， have a huge garden. They spent many happy hours together working on it. Most of the neighbors watched interestingly as Ben doubled the size of their garden. As the cost of food climbed faster than Ben’s beans， we all wished we also had such a large garden. As the rest of us spent our dollars at the market， Happy could be seen picking beans in her back yard.
Last month， Happy and Ben invited most of the neighborhood over for an “all-day food festival”. We were told to bring gloves and arrive very early in the morning. We didn’t know what was about to take place.
By 9：00 am， there were nine of us in the garden picking tomatoes， beans， okra， and squash. By 10：00 am， there was lots of laughter. We shared a lot of stories. By five o'clock， everyone was a little drunk from the wine and beer. After dinner， we played games. As we were leaving， Happy and Ben handed each of us a shopping bag filled with the bounty of the day， already packaged and frozen. What a delightful gift！
Well， the point wasn't so much about the food. The true gift was a day of friends enjoying one another's company. None of it would have happened if it had been for Happy and Ben's garden. Now they have a blog about gardening in case we decided to plant a garden. And I am so proud of my tomato plants！
（1）According to paragraph 2， people wished they also had a garden so that .
A.they could spend happy times together with their family in it
B.they could grow vegetables and sell at the market
C.they could invite their neighbors and hold parties in it
D.they didn't have to spend so much money on food
（2）Which of the following is the same as the underlined word “bounty”
（3）For what purpose did Happy and Ben invite the neighbors to their garden
A.To ask them to attend a birthday party
B.To help them get to know each other
C.To let them enjoy what they grew in the garden
D.To ask them to share some interesting stories
（4）What did the writer most probably think of the time he spent in the garden
A.He thought it was too short but enjoyable.B.He thought it was wonderful
C.He thought it was not as good as he thought.D.He thought it was too terrible.
（5）We can infer that .
A.Happy and her husband Ben don't like spending time with others
B.Happy and her husband Ben sometimes quarrel with each other
C.Happy and her husband Ben are a generous and warm-hearted couple
D.Happy and her husband Ben live on the food they grow in their garden