Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. There is one example.
Read the text and choose the best answer.
Jim is sitting at home after school. He's talking to his mum.
Mum: Hello. Did you have a good day at school?
Jim: A. Yes, I do.
B. Yes, I have.
C. Yes, I did.
Mum: What did you learn today?
Mum: Would you like something to drink?
Mum: Can you find a glass? They're in the cupboard.
Mum: Where are you going now?
Mum: But you've got to do your homework first.
Mum: OK, then. You can go.
Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Now choose the best name for the story.
Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.
The library is a good place to be on a wet day. You can find the answers to all your questions there. When you want to know about the world you live in, there are a lot of books to read. You can learn about mountains, rivers, animals or the stars.
You can the books home with you for three weeks. The library is a great place to do your homework it is always very quiet so try to talk loudly when you are there.
Some libraries have a shop and you can buy things pens and maps there. There's sometimes a cafe. Try to go to the library more often!
Look at the pictures and read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2 or 3 words.
Uncle Bill's present
My name's Sally. Last Saturday, Bill, my favourite uncle, came to see us. He had a big square box in his car. He picked it up carefully and carried it to our garden. 'What's in the box?' we asked. He said, 'What do you think?' My brother John said, 'Some toys?' and I said, 'Some cakes?'
'No,' Bill said. 'It's not that.'
We had lunch and then Bill said, 'I'd like to go shopping now!'
Uncle Bill went to see Sally last ...Saturday...
He brought a ...big square box... with him in his car.
1. 'Some are in that box,' John thought.
2. After lunch, Bill wanted to .
Bill bought lots of things in our village. He came out of the first shop with two round boxes. Then he went to the pet shop and came out with a third box. It was bigger than the first two. Bill had to carry them home. 'What's inside? It's very exciting!' I said. 'You must wait and see, Sally,' answered Bill.
3. The second shop Bill went in was the shop.
4. The box was the biggest box.
In our garden, Bill said, 'Open the boxes now.' Mum opened the square one. There was a beautiful white duck inside! I opened the round ones. There was one bowl for the duck's water and another for its food. John opened the biggest box. It was a duck's house.
'Thanks, Uncle Bill,' we laughed. 'Now we can have eggs for breakfast every morning!'
5. They opened all the boxes in Sally's .
6. Inside the two boxes were two bowls.
7. The children were happy because they can eat for breakfast!
Look and read and write.
Opposite the bus station, there is a park.
What can you see in the sky? a helicopter and some clouds
Complete the sentences.
1. The young boy is a dog.
2. You can see a map next to the .
Answer the questions.
3. What is the little girl wearing on her head? =>
4. What's the man wearing glasses doing? => newspapers
Now write two sentences about the picture.
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