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Mrs. Williams lived in a small street in London, and now she had a new
neighbour. Her name was Mrs. Briggs, and she talked a lot about her expensive
furniture, her beautiful carpets and her new kitchen.
‘Do you know,’ she said to Mrs. Williams one day, ‘I’ve got a new
dishwasher. It washes the plates and glasses and knives and forks beautifully.’
‘Oh?’ Mrs. Williams answered. ‘And does it dry them and put them in the
cupboard too?’
Mrs. Briggs was surprised. ‘Well,’ she answered, ‘the things in the machine
are dry after an hour, but it doesn’t put them away, of course.’
‘I’ve had a dishwasher for twelve and a half years,’ Mrs. Williams said.
‘Oh?’ Mrs. Briggs answered. ‘And does yours put the things in the cupboard
when it has washed them?’ She laughed nastily.
‘Yes, he does,’ Mrs. Williams answered. ‘He dries the dishes and puts them
away.’
Word outside the 1000: dishwasher

A. Answer these questions.

  1. Where did Mrs. Briggs live?

She lived in a small street in London.

  1. Why was Mrs. Briggs surprised?

Mrs. Briggs was surprised. ‘Well,’ she answered, ‘the things in the machine
are dry after an hour, but it doesn’t put them away, of course.

  1. Did Mrs. Briggs’s dishwasher dry the plates and other things?

Yes, dry after an hour.

  1. Did it put them away?

No.

  1. Did Mrs. Williams’s dishwasher put the things in the cupboard?

No.

  1. Who was Mrs. Williams’s dishwasher?

The machine.

B. Write these sentences. Put one of these words in each empty place:
an any no none some

  1. Mrs. Briggs was rich, but Mrs. Williams was not. Mrs. Briggs had
    a beautiful carpets, but Mrs. Williams didn’t have any.
  1. Mrs. Briggs had an expensive furniture, but Mrs. Williams had none.
  2. Mrs. Briggs had an expensive dishwasher, but Mrs. Williams did
    not have any machines in her kitchen.
  3. Mrs. Briggs had a nice roses in her garden, but Mrs. Williams had
    a flowers in hers.
  4. Mrs. Briggs had a big trees in her garden too, but Mrs. Williams
    had non

C. Write this story. Put one of these words in each empty place:
he him his her it its she
Mrs. Williams had a good baby: He never cried, and her clothes were
always clean. Mrs. Briggs was very surprised and said, ‘When my daughter
was small, I gave his lots of food, but hi cried a lot, and his clothes were
always dirty. Why is your baby so different? How do you do him ?’
‘Well,’ answered Mrs. Williams, ‘my first child was a boy. I always gave
him a lot of food, she got very fat, and his stomach was always full. He
cried a lot and was dirty. Now I give my new baby much less, and hi is
happy and clean.’

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Dave married, and when his new wife saw the clothes in his cupboard, she said,
‘Dave, you have only got one good shirt. The others arc very old, and they’ve got
holes in them. I’m going to buy you a new one this afternoon.’
Dave liked his old shirts, but he loved his wife too, so he said, ‘All right,
Beryl, but please don’t throw any of the old ones away.’
Dave went to work, and when he came back in the evening, Beryl said to
him, ‘Look, Dave, I’ve bought you a nice shirt. Here it is. Put it on.’
Dave put the shirt on, and then he said, ‘Look at the sleeves, Beryl. They’re
too long.’
‘That’s all right,’ Beryl answered. ‘They’ll get shorter when I wash the shirt.’
Then Dave said, ‘But the neck’s too small.’
‘That’s all right,’ Beryl answered. ‘It’ll get bigger when you wear the shirt,
Dave.’
Word outside the 1000: sleeve

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A. Answer these questions.

  1. Why did Beryl want to buy Dave a new shirt?

Because all shirts are very old.

  1. Why didn’t Dave want his wife to throw any of his old shirts away?

Because Dave liked his old shirts.

  1. Why didn’t Dave like the sleeves of his new shirt?

Because the sleeves are long.

  1. What did Beryl say about the sleeves?

‘They’ll get shorter when I wash the shirt.

  1. Why didn’t Dave like the collar of the shirt?
  2. What did Beryl say about the collar?
    B. Opposites. Write these sentences. Put one word in each empty place.
    1.New clothes do not have holes in them, but old ones sometimes
    do.
  3. Sleeves don’t get longer when you wash them. They get shorter.
  4. Good shirts are not cheap. They are expensive.
  5. The neck of Dave’s shirt wasn’t too big. It was too small
  6. Dave loved his old shirts, but he do’nt like his new one.
    C. Choose the right sentence for each picture and write it down.
  7. a. None of these shirts has got holes in it.
    b. Some of these shirts have got holes in them.
    c. All of these shirts have got holes in them.
  8. a. The sleeves are too long,
    and the collar is too small.
    b. The sleeves are too short,
    and the collar is too small.
    c. The sleeves are too short,
    and the collar is too big.
    d. The sleeves are too long,
    and the collar is too big.
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Fanny and Ethel worked in the same office, and, they were neighbours at home.
Fanny was rather a careless girl, and he often lost things. Then she usually went
to Ethel to borrow more from her.
Ethel was a kind girl, but she sometimes got tired of lending things to her
friend.
One Saturday afternoon Fanny knocked at Ethel’s front door, and when
Ethel came to open it, Fanny said to her, ‘Oh, hullo, Ethel. Please lend me a bag.
I’ve lost mine. I’m going to the shops, and I feel very stupid when I haven’t got
anything in my hand when I go out in the street.’
Ethel laughed and answered, ‘Well, Fanny, go down to the end of the
garden. You’ll find a nice wheelbarrow in the shed there. Take that when you go
down to the shops. Then you’ll have something in both of your hands.’

A. Answer these questions.
1.Why did Fanny often lose things?

Because Fanny was rather a careless girl.

2.Why did Ethel lend things to Fanny?

Because Ethel was a kind girl.
3.Why didn’t Fanny want to go to the shops without a bag?

Because she feel very stupid when haven’t got anything in my hand when I go out in the street.
4.Why didn’t Ethel lend her a bag?

Because when we go down to the end of the garden. You’ll find a nice wheelbarrow.

5.What did she want Fanny to take to the shops?


6.Did Fanny take it, do you think?

No.


B. Which of these sentences are true? Write the correct ones down.
1.Ethel often borrowed things.

  1. Fanny often borrowed things.
    3.Ethel often lent things to Fanny.
  2. Fanny often lent things to Ethel.
    5.One day Ethel lost her bag.
    6.One day Fanny lost her bag.
  3. Fanny liked carrying something in her hand.
  4. Fanny did not like carrying things.
  5. There was a shed at the end of Ethel’s garden.
  6. There was a shed at the end of Fanny’s garden.
    C. Write this story, but do not put pictures: put words.

Ethel’s house is in a small street. It has a small door at the back, and there is a basement in it. Ethel keeps her evil there. Ethel is a clever. She works in an office. This is Ethel. She is at the of her house, and she’s got a in her left ? Because she is going to the camping.

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English

Complete the sentences with “to be”am, is, are

1. I am a girl.

2. My father is at work.

3. Alex and Dino are my cats.

4. Alex is in the garden.

5. Dino is on the floor.

6. My red pencil Is on the floor, too.

7. The other pencils are in my pencil case.

8. My mother is in the living room.

9. Eli and Rafa are good friends.

10. They are good at tennis.

11. Are they in Amsterdam this week?

12. The pupils are not at school today.

13. It is Monday.

14. I am at home.

15. We are friends.

Make affirmative sentences with “to be”

1. I am never happy on a Sunday afternoon.

2. We are Scottish.

3. He is a pilot.

4. Mayte and Joshua are angry.

5. You are clever and good-looking.

Make negative sentences with “to be”

1. You are not Dutch.

2. Gemma isn’t at home.

3. Agust and I aren’t pleased about it.

4. I am not cruel.

5. It isn’t good.

Questions with “to be”

1. Are you from Málaga?

2. Is Isabel Spanish?

3. Are we ready to go?

4. Is he married?

5. Are you tired

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He’s a footballer

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b.- You’re

she’s

it’s

she isn’t

It isn’t

Are you?

Is he4?

Is she?

Is it?

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t.

Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.

Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.

Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.

C.- He is….

You are….

She is….

D.- She isn’t a film star.

You aren’t the winner.

I’m not a tennis player.

E.- Are you ok?

Is he the winner?

Is it a big hotel?

F.- I’m eleven years old.

My sister’s 14, my brother’s 6. My best friend is 11.