UNIT 9: WHAT HAPPENED? VOCABULARY Castles and ghosts: Castle, ghosts, dark, the black bedroom, it was horrible!, mirror, dream. Knights and ladies: Sir, Lady, a brave knight, a black horse, a big table, swords, a shield, a dragon, a harp. The fair: a fair, a ride, candy-floss, toffee apples, big wheel, scare, brilliant. Verbs in the past tense: To be, regular (-ed) and irregular verbs. Verb to be: I was, you were he was she was it was we were you were they were
I wasn’t you weren’t he was she was it was we were you were they were
Regular verbs: live-lived, like-liked, play- played Irregular verbs: have/has-had, ride-rode, go-went, buy-bought, write-wrote, see-saw, say-said, take-took Expressions: What’s in here? Be careful!, Wake up! Can’t you see? It was just a dream! Throw again! Lots of love Do you like them?
GRAMMAR Ask and give information about actions in the past (affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences): I didn’t go to the cinema on Monday They lived in a big castle He rode a black horse She played the harp Who saw a dragon? What was Sarah’s favourite ride? They didn’t buy a guitar
UNIT 10: REMEMBER WHEN...? VOCABULARY Verbs in the past tense: To be, regular (-ed) and irregular verbs. Regular verbs: remember-remembered, walk-walked, listen-listened, work-worked, watch-watched, want-wanted, talk-talked, love-loved. Irregular verbs: do-did, drive-drove, get up-got up, make-made, read-read, run-ran, swim-swam, write-wrote, send-sent, wear-wore, Expressions: Hurry up! Open it! It was fun! Nowadays Wake up!
GRAMMAR Ask and give information about the past: Did you remember…? There were lots of… When she was a baby. What did they do? How many eggs did he buy? Who is it in the photo? Where was mum? Did the children (watch television) when Grandpa was young? What time did Greg…? What’s this?