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UNIT FIVE “A DAY AT THE ZOO” VOCABULARY Animals: A frog, a penguin, a giraffe, a lion, a snake, an elephant, a monkey, a parrot, a hippo, a tiger, dolphins. The zoo: Toilets, car park, shop, the keeper, café (juice, glass, straw, mug). Adjectives: comparative and superlative: Big-bigger-the biggest Small-smaller-the smallest Tall-taller-the tallest Short-shorter-the shortest Fat-fatter-the fattest Thin-thinner-the thinnest Young-younger-the youngest Old-older-the oldest Friendly-friendlier-the friendliest Funny-funnier-the funniest Dangerous-more dangerous-the most dangerous Beautiful-more beautiful-the most beautiful I’m younger than Amy She’s taller than Jennifer An elephant is fatter than a parrot. The giraffe is the tallest Expressions: Let’s go and see the penguins!, Let’s ask the keeper!, Look over there! Additional language: climb, rope, ground, hurt, safe, stone, statue, Don’t look back! GRAMMAR Ask and give information about animals: Which animals do you like best ? Which animals are big ? They’re dangerous

I like the lions

I love dolphins

The lions

They aren’t friendly

Place prepositions: Next to, between, opposite Where are the monkeys? They’re next to the elephants the shop They are opposite the snakes

They’re between the café and

UNIT SIX “FOOD, FOOD, FOOD!” VOCABULARY Food: Red apples, green apples, bananas, pears, oranges, tomatoes, some cereal, grapes, strawberry, rice, milk, crisps, bread, biscuits, cake, ice cream, cheese, eggs, tuna, sandwiches, juice, yoghurt, toast, menu, lemonade, shopping bag, food, drinks. Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, to have breakfast / lunch/ dinner. AFFIRMATIVE I have lunch You have lunch He has lunch She has lunch It has lunch We have lunch You have lunch They have lunch

NEGATIVE I don´t have lunch You don´t have lunch He doesn´t have lunch She doesn´t have lunch It doesn´t have lunch We don´t have lunch You don´t have lunch They don’t have lunch

INTERROGATIVE Do I have lunch? Do you have lunch? Does he have lunch? Does she have lunch? Does it have lunch? Do we have lunch? Do you have lunch? Do they have lunch?

The time: What´s the time? o’clock, quarter past, half past, quarter to, ten to... Additional language: Sauce, knife, spoon, glass, sundae, chop, put, delicious. Expressions: Don’t be late! Anything else! Yum! Yuck! Here they are! Sorry! I’m very sorry! Certainly! Hurry up! It’s time for school! What’s the problem?, Don’t forget! GRAMMAR In a shop: Some apples, please. Can I have a tuna sandwich, please? Can I have a large apple juice, please? Ans and give information about the time: What’s the time? half past three

It’s one o’clock It’s

Ask and give information about food: Does your mum like Wizzos? Branbix He doesn’t like eggs He likes grapes

No, She likes

Some, any: Some apples, please He’s got some bananas He hasn’t got any oranges Ask and give information about meals: What do you have for breakfast? I have breakfast at eight o’clock I always have a glass of milk She always has orange juice Adverbs of frecuency: I always/ sometimes/ never have a glass of milk for breakfast

Exam units 5 and 6 (4th)  
Exam units 5 and 6 (4th)  

Exam units 5 and 6 (4th)