Look and read. Choose the correct words from the box.
|business||a nephew||a bridge|
|a hen||a village||flood|
|an ant||an employee||a lawyer|
Example: A child of an aunt or an uncle, or, more generally, a distant (= not close) relation. a cousin
A son of your sister or brother, or a son of the sister or brother of your husband or wife.
A sweet, sticky, yellow substance made by bees and used as food.
A structure that is built over a road, railway, river, etc. so that people or vehicles can cross from one side to the other.
A person who is paid to work for someone else.
A small animal with long ears and large front teeth, moving by jumping on its long back legs.
When it rains a lot, a large amount of water will cover an area.
A person who knows about the law and gives advice to people about it.
The activity of buying and selling goods and services.
Young people, both male and female, considered as a group.
A group of houses and other buildings, smaller than a town, usually in the countryside.
May has won a competition. She's talking to her mum about it.
Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-H) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.
A. That's because you've never done any, Mum!
B. We went last month.
C. Yes, it was, Mum. (Example)
D. We can choose a date in August or September.
E. Well done! That's great!
F. It was a woman from "Good Ideas" magazine.
G. A weekend for two people in London. You can come with me, Mum!
H. Someone has won a competition before.
Mum: May, was that the phone?
Mum: Who was it, May?
May: I've won a competition!
Mum: What have you won?
Mum: OK. When is it?
Mum: You're a clever girl, May. I've never won a competition!
Read the story. Choose a word from the box.
I'm Richard. One day, my friend Tom and I were playing with a ball at the top of the stairs in my house, when Tom fell down them. His arm hurt a lot, so we took him to the hospital.
“It's broken,” the nurse there said. “You'll have to stay here for a few days. It's your arm. Do you write with that hand?” Tom said, "Yes, I do." He was very .
The next day I visited him. “Look, Tom, I've brought you my computer," I said. “You can use it to send to your friends,” Tom smiled and said, "Thanks, Richard." That afternoon, Tom used his right hand to write to his friends on the computer. He felt better already.
The next day, the told him, "You can go home!" When he went home, all his friends were for him. We had a great party, and we never played ball games in the house again!
Now choose the best name for this story:
Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.
Most paper is made from wood, but you can make it from other kinds of plants and leaves, too. People made first paper about two thousands years ago. At the time, it very expensive because it was made by hand, now it is much cheaper.
We use paper for diffrent things, like writing, reading and drawing. Postcards, cards, envelopes and books all made of paper. We also use paper to make kites, fans, and the cups that we take on picnics. When we go shopping, we carry things paper bags. At school, we on paper. In art classes, we make things from it - we cut it, colour it and glue it. Now you can also buy clothes made of paper, and when they get dirty, you put in the bin! We have use a lot of trees to make paper. We shouldn't use too much of it we don't want to lose all our trees.
Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
One day my dad said, "Why don't we have a street party, Will?" This means that the street is closed so cars can’t use it, and people put tables and chairs out in the street, then have a party! Dad said there was one in 1977 and he still remembers it well. Everyone loved it! I couldn't believe that since 1977 they never had another one. If it was so good, why not do it again?
We started to organise it, together with some other people. I helped to make the web page, so everyone on the street knew about the party and could post their old photos from the party in 1977. There were some pictures of my dad when he was a kid, together with his friends, who have moved away from the street now. lt was interesting to see that the buildings on the street haven't changed at all!
My mum was a bit worried about the party. "But a lot of people on the street don’t really know each other?" she said. "What if they don't have anything to talk about?" I just said, "Relax, Mum. It'll be great." So, what was the party like? It was fantastic! My friends and I really liked speaking to an old lady called Louisa. She's 89 and was telling us about when she and her friends were our age.
So now I always chat to her when I see her on the street. I didn't know who she was before, so I'm glad we had the party.
One day Will's dad suggested .
Will was surprised because there hasn't been a street party .
Everyone could post their photos of the old party on .
Seeing the buildings on the street not have changed at all was .
Will's mother was worried about many people not .
Will and his friends enjoyed to Louisa.
Will and Louisa didn't before the street party.
Read the letter and write the missing words. Write one word on each blank.
My sister and I had a sailing lesson today. It was great! When Dad was young, he often went sailing with his brother, our Peter. They both loved sailing, so now we're going learn to sail too.
When we arrived at the sailing school, our teacher and two other students waiting for us in a boat. It was a small boat, but wasn't much wind on the lake, so it wasn't dangerous. The teacher told us the names for all the different parts of the boat and she , "Don't forget them! I will test you next week."
Look at three pictures. Write the story shown in the pictures. Write 20 words or more.
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