Jim had such a sore _____ that he could hardly speak.
After nine months without any rain, the country was facing one of the worst _____ in the last fifty years.
She is always _____ at school and helps other students with their homework.
Mr West works in a shop and is talking to Emma. What does Emma say to Mr West? 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. It’s on Saturday at half-past three.
B. One which has pictures of animals in it.
C. I was about five I think, but it’s difficult to remember.
D. Yes, please. I’m looking for a book.
E. Yes, they are. I’d like to buy it, please.
F. She might, but it’s too expensive.
G. My mother. It’s her birthday soon.
H. Yes. My family reads a lot. We all love books.
Mr West: Hello. Can I help you?
Mr West: What kind of book?
Mr West: That’s easy. We’ve got lots of those. Who’s it for?
Mr West: Well, books are always good presents.
Mr West: So do I. Will your mum like this one?
Mr West: This one’s cheaper, and the pictures are lovely.
Mr West: Good. I’ll put it in a bag for you.
For each question, write the correct answer. Write ONE word for each gap.
Last week, we flew to Delhi in India. From Delhi, we traveled train to Jaipur and spent a days sightseeing. Then we went to Bundi. Bundi is small city but has one of most beautiful palaces in India. We visited the palace early in the morning. lt's not crowded then as later in the day, but you still need to be careful case one of you gets lost. And watch out for the hundreds of monkeys spend a lot of time in the palace. If you have any food they might steal ! The palace is amazing Bundi is beautiful. We're going to stay here a few more days.
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For each question, choose the correct letter.
1. You can only stop here for a short time.
2. You do not have to pay to travel on this.
3. Children must travel with an adult.
4. Children can travel more cheaply.
5. Passengers must not use this.
Read the passage and answer the questions.
“Follow me. I know a shortcut,” Danny said.
Carl held back. “I don’t think that’s a good idea,” he said. He was used to his brother looking for easy ways to do things. Danny slept on the floor so he didn’t have to make his bed. And now he had found a shortcut from the store to their grandmother’s house.
They were visiting for the Thanksgiving weekend. The block around her house was familiar. It was just four blocks from the store, with a turn on one corner. Between the store and the house was a junkyard. It was a dirty place with old cars and sofas piled in heaps. There was a fence around it. But nobody seemed to own it or to care about it.
“Come on!” Danny said. “Don’t be chicken!” Carl hated it when he called him a chicken. But he felt he had to keep an eye on his brother. It’s what he had been doing his whole life, even though Danny was a year older.
They pushed aside a broken part of the fence and walked through the mud. Danny hopped onto the springs of a discarded bed. His foot got stuck. He had to take off his shoe to free it. Then he saw something interesting on the ground. It looked like a silver dollar, but it turned out to be just a bottle cap. Danny tossed a flat football to Carl. He filled his pockets with all sorts of finds. A piece of blue glass. A soggy picture of a dog. Four pennies. While Danny studied the ground, Carl was looking at the sky. “It’s getting late,” he said. Finally, they reached the other side. There, the fence was strong and high. There was no way to climb over it. So, they had to run-fast-back to where they’d started.
(Adapted from readworks.org)
What is the theme of the passage?
Which of the following does not support the theme?
Carl seemed _____.
At the end, Danny and Carl _____.
Read the descriptions of some words about food. What is the word for each one? The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in the word.
|1. Many people like to put this into their hot drinks to make them taste sweet.||
s _ _ _ _
|2. In many countries, they eat this with butter or jam for breakfast.||
b _ _ _ _
|3. Some people like to have this kind of cold drink made from fruit.||
j _ _ _ _
|4. People can have this hot drink with milk or they can have it black.||
c _ _ _ _ _
|5. If you don’t eat anything in the morning you will feel like this.||
h _ _ _ _ _
1. Read the email from your friend Jo. Write an email to Jo to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.
2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "I was visiting a town for the first time when someone called out my name." Write 80 - 100 words.
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Where is William’s History book?
Who is Daisy’s best friend?
What's the matter with Richard now?
What has William forgotten to put in his rucksack?
What time did Daisy leave the zoo?
You will hear a telephone conversation about a school trip.
For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBERS.
Trip to newspaper office
1. Meet in the:
2. Travel by:
3. Activities: a tour and a
4. Cost of trip: £
For each question, choose the correct answer.
Listen to Teresa talking about a trip to the US.