Look and read. Choose the correct words from the box.
|a timetable||an office||wood|
|a flag||a newspaper||a student|
Example: People go to these to watch bands play their favourite music. concerts
These buildings have got a lot of machines, which make most of the things we buy.
Many people like making a larger picture from the small pieces in this.
This is where you put the paper and things you don't need to use again.
Some grown-ups like reading this every day to learn what has happened in the world.
This instrument makes a lot of noise.
This grows on a sheep, and people use it to make warm clothes.
Every country has one of these, with different designs and colours.
This tells you when you have each lesson at school.
This comes from trees and people use it to make things like shelves, desks and cupboards.
A person who goes to school, college or university to learn things is called this.
Jack is talking to his teacher, Mrs White. What does Mrs White say?
Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A–H) for each answer. You do not need to use all the letters.
A. I'm sorry but, you can't, Jack!
B. You'll have to miss that.
C. Yes, well, I'm sorry but I want you to do it again this lunch time.
D. Oh, Jack! Can I have a word about your homework please?
E. OK Jack. But I also want to talk about the English test you did yesterday!
F. But it's Thursday now Jack!
G. Oh, I hope you're feeling better.
H. Yes, well you won't forget this time, with you?
Jack: Hello, Mrs White!
Mrs White: D
Jack: Oh, I'm really sorry but I couldn't do it at the weekend! I was ill you see.
Jack: I know, and I'll do it tonight, Mrs White, I promise!
Jack: Oh yes, I thought that was very difficult!
Jack: Oh, but I've got a football match, Mrs White!
Jack: Could I do it later perhaps?
Read the text. Choose the correct word from the box to fill in each blank.
|summer| whispered| empty| followed| full| found| horrible| find| heard|
One evening in summer I was climbing in the mountains with my older brother, Robert. After about an hour, Robert looked at the map but he couldn't out where we were. There was a castle in front of us but it wasn't on the map. We walked up to the big door together. Suddenly an ugly old woman was standing there! She was wearing a black dress. We went inside. It was very dark in the castle and we were both afraid. The old woman didn't say anything but started to walk away from us. My brother "Don't go with her!" but I didn't listen. I her up some stairs. At the top there was another smaller door. The woman opened it and there, in front of me, was a room of sweets! I went inside and the door closed behind me. It wouldn't open again. And then I heard someone in the room. It was my brother. "Come on Harry! Wake up. you'll be late for school!" he said.
Now choose the best name for this story:
Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.
What do journalists do?
Journalists do many different things at work. Here is an idea of some of the things journalists do each day. Before they write anything, journalists must leave the office and ask people lots of questions they need to find out information for their stories first.
They often take a tape recorder with so they don't forget the information they've heard. Then they go back to their office and write their stories very on the computer. News stories are often short and give the important information about things that just happened. They often work with photographers take pictures which help to tell the stories.
When they have written their stories, journalists check that they haven't made mistakes at all. They must be sure that is correct before the stories go into the newspaper. It isn't easy to be a journalist but it's boring!
Read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Helen's favourite aunt, Emma, lives outside a little village in the north. Last year, Helen went to stay with her aunt for a few days during her summer holidays. Emma's house was on top of a hill, and it had an amazing view of the woods below. There was also a stream running down to the bottom of the hill and a beautiful stone bridge over it.
Aunt Emma, who is a photographer, took out her camera and said, "Come on, Helen. Let's go and take some photos. The magazine I work for needs some pictures of caves."
Helen put on her trainers and hurried down the hill after Emma. She was very excited and chatted with her aunt as they walked. "Your job sounds so interesting, Aunt Emma! Who decides what photos you should take?" Her aunt smiled and said, "The journalist who writes the story. This time, Mr Roberts is writing about the animals that live in caves."
They found the first cave after an hour and stopped. "Wait here, Helen. I'm going inside to see if it's safe first." Helen looked around as she waited at the entrance. She decided to collect some flowers for her aunt and started walking away. She was looking at a beautiful red plant behind a huge tree when she suddenly heard her aunt shouting. "Helen! Helen! Where are you?" Helen jumped up and ran back to the cave. Her aunt explained that walking around in a forest can be dangerous. "I'm sorry, Aunt Emma. I know I shouldn't walk by myself here. I won't do it again."
Helen spent some of with Emma last year.
Emma works as .
is a journalist who works with Emma.
Helen didn't into the cave.
Helen wanted to get Emma.
Emma was worried when she outside the cave.
Helen knew it wasn't walk alone in the woods.
Read the letter and write the missing words. Write ONE word in each blank.
Thursday 22nd June
Today was a horrible day! This morning I went to the dentist and he at my teeth. He wasn't very happy with them! Then I was late for school and I had a maths test. It was very hard and I couldn't it at all! And then, this evening, I wanted to go to the cinema to see a film my friends. But Mum said I to stay at home and finish my homework. It's only half nine and I'm so bored. I hope tomorrow is better!
Look at the three pictures. Write about this story. Write 20 or more words.
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