Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. There is one example.
You have this outside on a beach or on the grass. ...a picnic...
1. You can listen or dance to this.
2. This is like a jacket, but it is longer.
3. You have this food in a bowl.
4. This is long and you wear it round your neck.
5. You can see this at a cinema or at home on a video.
Read the text and choose the best answer.
Paul: Did you find a good book, Lily?
Lily: A. Yes, I do.
B. Yes, I did.
C. Yes, so do I.
Paul: What's it about?
Paul: Cool! I'd like to read it after you.
Paul: Have they got any other good books here?
Paul: How about going for an ice cream after you get your books?
Paul: Shall I help you carry those books to your mum's car?
Paul: Is that your mum sitting in the blue car?
Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
My friend Charlie never goes to the library. So, I was ...surprised... last Friday when he asked me where it was. 'lt's in the , near the square. lt's the big red ,' I said. He asked me to go with him and we rode our bikes there.
Now choose the best name for the story.
Read the text. Choose the right words in the blanks.
Helicopters fly, but they ...are... not like planes. Most planes carry more people and are bigger helicopters. Helicopters fly up and down, and they sometimes go quickly and sometimes very slowly. Helicopters are good for taking people and from places which are difficult to go to quickly - mountains, for example. People need to go to the hospital very quickly sometimes go helicopters. In all parts of the world, helicopters help a lot of people.
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.
Zoe and Lucy
Zoe and Paul and their parents go to another town to see their grandparents in the holidays. They often go by car. But last week they went by train. It was a really long trip, but it wasn't boring because Paul liked looking out of the window and Zoe enjoyed drawing pictures of people on the train. She played with her doll, Lucy, too.
Zoe and Paul's grandparents live in ...another town...
They often travel by ...car... to their grandparents' house.
1. Last week, Zoe and Paul went to see their grandparents by .
2. The trip was very long, but the children didn't think it was .
They got off the train at the station in Grandma and Grandpa's town, and they waved goodbye to the people on the train. Then Zoe said, 'Oh no! Where's Lucy?' Grandma and Grandpa helped to look for Zoe's doll but they couldn't find her. Zoe started to cry.
A man who worked at the station phoned the train driver, 'It's OK,' he said. 'The driver has got Lucy! Come here this evening to get your doll.'
Grandma said, 'Let's go to the cafe. We can wait for the train driver there.'
3. Zoe wasn't happy because they couldn't find her Lucy.
4. Someone at the station the train driver.
5. It was Grandma's idea to the train driver at the cafe.
The family went to the cafe and they waited all afternoon. 'This isn't fun,' said Paul. Then Mum said, 'Look! There's the train!' 'Hooray!' they all shouted. The driver stopped the train and gave Zoe her doll. 'Now we can all go home!' said Grandma.
6. It wasn't fun at the cafe because the family had to wait all .
7. When the driver , he gave Lucy to Zoe.
Look and read and write.
The woman is watching a film.
What's on the table? some DVDs
Complete the sentences.
1. The boy is wearing a green .
2. One cat is black and the other is .
Answer the questions.
3. What's the man doing? =>
4. What's next to the sofa? =>
Now write two sentences about the picture.
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