My new shoes don’t _____ me very well. They are too big.
Angkor Watt is the largest _____ in the world.
I'm sorry I screamed. Something _____ me.
Every year, natural _____ cause millions of dollars worth of damage.
She's not very _____. She's never quite sure what she wants to do.
John and Anna are talking about the park. What does Anna say to John?
Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-H) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.
A. I’ve never tried but it looks exciting.
B. Yes, I am, John. (Example)
C. On the bus, which is quicker.
D. Of course you can.
E. Another person from school. I want to win!
F. I’ll wait for you here.
G. I’m going to play tennis.
H. It starts at half-past two.
John: Hello, Anna. Are you going to the park?
John: Oh! Can I come too?
John: Great! What are you going to do there?
John: Oh! I’m not good at that. Who are you going to play with?
John: What time is the match?
John: OK. I’ll go and bring my things.
John: See you in a minute.
Read the following passage and fill in each blank with ONE suitable word.
The Culture House at my neighborhood regularly organizes a wide of activities for people of different age groups in the community. Last week, school children and their parents took part an activity called “Walk & Talk”. activity aimed to promote active lifestyles, educate road safety and improve family relationships. All the people gathered in the yard in of the Culture House at 7.00 a.m. After they to a brief speech given by the organizer, they started a walk around the local area for about two hours. They were encouraged to observe the environment around , collect the objects like bottles, plastic bags, etc. along the way and talk about they could see, hear and smell. Children walked, ran, talked to their friends and their parents. Parents discovered that their children very active and happy because their parents listened to them and did not say “Hurry up, we’re late”. All participants were in the activity it was practical, educational and easy to organize.
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For each question, choose the correct letter.
1. You cannot see a doctor here today.
2. It's necessary to drink when you have this.
3. You cannot park here.
4. You can only come here in the afternoon.
5. Somebody can check your teeth next week.
Reading the passage. Answer the question:
The fifth runner
Eric was on his school's track team- kind of. He was the fifth-fastest runner. Only four runners could run on a relay team. Eric was the team's alternate. The alternate doesn't get to run in the race. He only fills in if another team member can't run.
Eric worked out with his teammates every day. He would practice at home, too. Eric wore the same uniform as the other runners, but he never felt like part of the team.
One Saturday morning, Eric's team attended a track meet. Eric went with them like he always did. As his team jogged toward the start line, Dan, the team's fastest runner, twisted his ankle. He cried out in pain. Coach looked at Dan's ankle. "Dan won't be able to run today. Eric will have to take his place," Coach said. Eric realized that he would finally get to run. He was ready.
The race started out well. Eric ran. He ran as he had never run before. He passed the runner in front of him. He ran even faster. He passed another runner. Eric kept running faster. The leader was only a few feet in front of him. Eric ran with everything he had. He shot out across the finish line - finishing in the first place. His team had won! He had brought them victory.
He looked down at the cold metal baton in his hand. Then he looked around at his teammates. They carried him out on their shoulders.
(Written by Lauren Tunnell)
Why was Eric only "kind of" on the track team?
Why does Eric get the opportunity to run?
What happens when Eric finally gets an opportunity to run in a relay race?
What is not true about Eric?
How does the end of "The Fifth Runner" conclude the story?
Read the descriptions of some things you can find in a house. 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. You put this on the floor to make it soft and warm.||
c _ _ _ _ _
|2. You put these at your windows to keep the light out.||
c _ _ _ _ _ _ _
|3. This is a place on the wall to put books.||
s _ _ _ _
|4. You can put this picture made of paper on the wall.||
p _ _ _ _ _
|5. You fill this with water then get into it and wash.||
b _ _ _
1. Read the email from your friend Diana. Write an email to Diana to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.
2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "The camera my brother gave me was the best present I received on my birthday." Write 80 - 100 words.
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Which is Michael’s grandfather?
Where did Michael’s family live?
Which is Sarah's favorite lesson?
Which team is Sarah in?
What time are they going to have dinner?
Listen and write. There is one example.
My aunt's job
Kind of job: cook
1. Where she works:
2. How she gets there:
3. Time she starts work: a.m
4. What she makes:
5. What she wears at work:
For each question, choose the correct answer.
Listen to Scott talking to his cousin Amanda about his school day.
Scott's tired because he
What time does the boat leave?
Scott eats his dinner
When does Scott do his homework?
What does his favourite teacher teach?