The giraffe has legs.
The penguin has legs.
The mouse has ears.
The elephant has ears.
Exercise 11: Do you know these animals?
Exercise 12: What kind of hair is this?
Exercise 13: Countries
My friend Adam lives in Slovakia. He is .
Harry lives in Canada. He is .
Miranda lives in Scotland. She is .
Alexander lives in Finland. He is .
Michaela lives in the Czech Republic. She is .
Exercise 14: World celebrations and festivities
Choose the correct answer:
is celebrated by Jews.
is celebrated by Christians.
is celebrated by people with African roots.
“trick or treat”
Exercise 15: Past tense
Fill in the correct forms of the verbs:
present – I see, You , He/She/It sees, We ,
You , They
past – I , You saw, He/She/It ,
We , You saw, They saw
present – I , You go, He/She/It ,
We go, You , They
past – I went, You , He/She/It went,
We , You went, They
present – I work, You , He/She/It ,
We work, You , They work
past – l worked, You , He/She/It worked,
We worked, You , They worked
Exercise 16: Fill in the chart
Do you know what those verbs mean? If not, look into your dictionary.
Exercise 17: Write the correct verb to finish the sentence
You have to change the verb to the past form. Use: begin build do eat go make see send
I to write that letter an hour ago. begin -> began
He that, it wasn’t me!
Harry him first, not Andrew!
We our house ten years ago.
Lucy and her dog away.
I that present myself.
Look, our granddad us a postcard.
My dog my homework, I swear!
Exercise 18: Write the correct verb to finish the sentence
Use: take tell wear forget give have think
Why is it written like that even if it’s past?
I didn’t anyone!
My teacher didn’t me anything.
Marcus didn’t it, I did, I’m sorry.
Did we to call him?
Esmeralde didn’t that skirt, Sandra did.
Did I the pencil last, or did you?
Did she we didn’t see her?
Exercise 19: Like
Finish the sentences with the words in brackets.
I the guitar. (like + play)
Margaret the piano, it is fun. (like + play)
I dinner. (like + cook)
We the flute. (not + like + play)
Henry in the sea. (not + like + swim)
Joshua basketball. He is very good at it. (like + play)
Sandra floorball. (not + like + play)
Jessica very much. She visited Scotland, Mexico and India. (like + travel)
Exercise 20: What sport is this?
Exercise 21: Letters
Choose the correct option
We may start the letter with a simple greeting .
We greet the other person with .
We say at the end of the letter.
We may also say at the end of the letter.
At the beginning of the letter, there is the .
After the date, there is the .
After that, there is the .
We finish the letter with a .
There can also be our .
You can now try to write your own letter!
Exercise 22: Jobs
Who are these people?
Use: a doctor, an actor, a clerk, a shop assistant, a runner, an ice-hockey player, a cook, a vet, a singer,
I work in a bank with money and accounts. I am .
Anthony wins a lot of sport competitions, he has to be fast and wants to be always first. He is .
Robert is strong and fast, he wears a dress and uses blades on his feet. He is .
Samantha prepares food for other people in a restaurant. She is .
Miranda works in a hospital. She wears a white coat and a stethoscope. She is .
I love music and songs and I perform a lot. I am .
I love films and you saw me in Titanic and in Romeo and Juliet. I am .
Thomas sells goods in a supermarket. He is .
Catherine helps injured animals, she helps them get better. She is .
Exercise 23: Illnesses
Choose the correct answer:
I am sorry, l can’t speak. I have got .
My head hurts. I have got .
I am freezing and I have a running nose. I have got .
I am very hot, my head hurts and I have got a temperature. I have got !
Exercise 24: Opposites
Opposites are words that mean completely different things: black x white
The opposite of near is
The opposite of healthy is
The opposite of closed is
The opposite of clean is
The opposite of ugly is
The opposite of slow is
The opposite of expensive is
The opposite of bad is
The opposite of small is
The opposite of thin is
The opposite of young is
Exercise 25: Synonyms
Synonyms are words that mean exactly the same:
beautiful = lovely = attractive = pretty
Are these words synonyms? If you don’t know, look into your dictionary.
pretty – beautiful (girl)
fast – slow (car)
old – ancient (chair)
new – old (table)
lazy – hardworking (person)
little – small (person)
easy – simple (question)
enjoy – like (a meal)