Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. There is one example.
You carry your things in this when you go to school or work. ...a bag...
1. This is a small town. There aren't a lot of houses in it.
2. You drink this hot in the morning.
3. This person helps people who aren't well.
4. This is the part of the body at the end of a person's legs.
5. A place for people to swim in.
Read the text and choose the best answer.
Paul is telling his friend Daisy about a film he saw at the cinema.
Daisy: Hi Paul, did you enjoy the cinema?
Paul: A. Yes, I have.
B. Yes, I did.
C. Yes, I do.
Daisy: Did you see the new film about lions in the jungle?
Daisy: What's the name of the film?
Daisy: Was the film exciting?
Daisy: Did you go with your friend Vicky?
Daisy: Did you go by bus?
Daisy: How often do you go to the cinema?
Read the story. Choose a correct word from the box next to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Zoe and her sister, Clare, went to their grandparents for the ...weekend... When they got there, it was wet and . The girls were sad. 'I don't like rain,' said Clare. 'I can't play outside in the garden. It's so boring in the house!' When Grandpa came into the room, he smiled. 'I've got something for you girls.' Zoe jumped up. 'Where is it? I want to see!' she said. 'Downstairs. In the ,' Grandpa said. The girls ran down the stairs quickly and saw a big box. 'Oh, it's !' said Clare. When the girls looked in the box they shouted. 'Kittens!' said Zoe and picked up an orange one. The girls the kittens upstairs to show Grandpa. 'My friend's cat had babies,' he said. 'Grandma and I got two. You can play with them when you're here, but you must give them names first.' Zoe looked at Clare. 'Let's ask Grandma to help.' 'Good ,' said Clare.
Now choose the best name for the story.
Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.
Every city has a library and most small towns have ...one... . are lots of books in the library and you can take them out for one or two weeks. When you are in the library, you to talk quietly and you can't shout. Sometimes libraries have got CDs and films that you can listen and watch. It's naughty to eat in the library because it makes the books dirty, and people don't want food on them. You can find books about plants, computers, sharks, and trains. There are stories about football and stories about treasures on the beach. Libraries are great!
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.
Jane and Mr. Sam
Last week, Jane went for a drive with her parents. They put a big picnic in the car. Dad drove and Jane listened to music. They got to the forest and they went for a long walk. Jane saw a small pink house by a river.
"Whose house is that?" asked Jane. "I don't know," said Mum.
They stopped and ate their picnic. Then they sat under a tree and Jane listened to Mum who told her a story.
"There was a little girl called Jane who went for a walk in a forest and saw a nice bear called Mr. Sam..."
Jane was very tired. She closed her eyes and slept. She started to dream.
Jane and her parents went for a drive last ...week...
They took ...a big picnic... with them.
1. There was a next to a river in the forest.
2. They sat under a tree and Mum told Jane .
"Hello, Jane," said a nice big brown bear, "my name is Mr. Sam."
"I know," answered Jane. "My mum told me about you."
"Would you like to see my house?" asked Mr. Sam.
"Yes, please," said Jane. Mr. Sam showed Jane his small pink house, which was next to a river.
"What a great house!" said Jane.
They went inside and had some cakes and milk. Mr. Sam gave Jane his old scarf to wear because she was cold. It was purple and white.
"You can take my old scarf home, Jane," said Mr. Sam. "It's a present."
"Thank you," said Jane. "I love it."
3. Jane had a dream and talked to a bear who was called
4. Mr. Sam took Jane to see his house and ate cakes and drank .
5. Mr. Sam told Jane that she could take his home.
Then Jane woke up and said to her mother, "Where did Mr. Sam go?"
"Mr. Sam isn't here, Jane. He's only in a story."
Jane told her mum that she went to Mr. Sam's small house in the forest.
"It was a dream," said Mum. "Come on, let's go home."
Jane was sad because she liked Mr. Sam. Then she saw the purple and white scarf, which was round her neck. She looked at the forest again and saw the nice big brown bear behind a tree.
"Goodbye, Mr. Sam," Jane said very quietly. "Thank you again for the beautiful scarf."
Mr. Sam smiled at her and waved goodbye.
6. When Jane , she asked for Mr. Sam and her mum said he was only a bear in a story.
7. But Jane saw Mr. Sam and said goodbye to him.
Look and read and write.
What colour is the snake? red and black
The tiger is sleeping on the ground.
Complete the sentences.
1. The man is wearing grey .
2. There are two fish jumping down the little .
Answer the questions.
3. What color is the bird? =>
4. What are the monkeys doing? =>
Now write two sentences about the picture.
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