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NAME OF BOOK

LESSON FOUR Name

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ZOO ANIMALS

 A) Listen and repeat the animals names:

Anteater

Bear

Rhinoceros

Ostrich

Elephant

Leopard

Camel

Crocodile

Kangaroo

Snake

Tiger

Lion

Monkey

Zebra

B) Find some zoo animals that have been hidden in the grid.

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DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS Singular:

This

Plural:

That

These Those

(NEAR) What is this?

This is a snake. (FAR)

What is that?

That is a snake. (NEAR)

What are these?

These are bears. (FAR)

What are those?

2

Those are bears.

ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:

What is that?

What are those?

What are these?

What is this?

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ARTICLES A) Articles a:

This is a University.

It is the moon.

The:

It’s a dog.

The sun is yellow. an:

That’s an island She is an intelligent girl.

 B) Listen and read: David: Is there an apple on that table over there? Marck: Yes, there is. Here it is. David: Great, are there any oranges? Marck: No, there aren't. David: Oh, here they are, next to me on this table.

C) Insert the correct article: a) It’s ................. moon.

h) This is ................. book.

b) You are ................. intelligent woman.

i) That is ................. elephant.

c) I’m ................. painter.

j) ................. sky is blue.

d) It’s ................. apple.

k) She is ................. nurse.

e) He’s ................. student.

l) It’s ................. sun.

f) It’s ................. rhinoceros

m) Karl is ................. engineer.

g) I’m ................. great actor.

n) Beth is ................. teacher.

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DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS A) Make questions and answer using demonstrative pronouns: a) (monkey)

What is that That is a monkey

b) (books)

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c) (lions)

.................................................................................................................................? ..................................................................................................................................

d) (elephant)

.................................................................................................................................? ..................................................................................................................................

e) (Tigers)

.................................................................................................................................? ..................................................................................................................................

f) (bear)

.................................................................................................................................? ..................................................................................................................................

B) Transform from singular into plural: a) This is a cat.

These are cats.

e) That is a thin book. .................................................................................

b) She is an intelligent woman.

f) I am an English student.

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c) I am a doctor.

g) This girl is beautiful

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.................................................................................

d) That is a big house.

h) This car is new.

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THERE TO BE EXIST

THERE IS

SINGULAR

THERE ARE

PLURAL

Examples:

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Affirmative: Affirmative

There is a lion at the zoo.

Negative: Negative

There isn’t a lion at the

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS A) Complete with the verb TO BE:

a) There .............. tigers in the jungle.

f) There .............. people in this place.

b) .............. there a dog in your house?

g) There .............. a pillow under the bed.

c) There .............. a train station in my city.

h) .............. there a table in your house?

d) There .............. children in the park.

i) There .............. bananas with the monkey .

e) .............. there elephants in the zoo?

j) There .............. camels in the desert.

B) Transform into interrogative and negative sentences: a) There is a zebra in my backyard.

d) There is a boy in the car.

I ..........................................................................

I ............................................................................

N..........................................................................

N............................................................................

b) There are two trees around my school.

e) There are kangaroos in Australia .

I ...........................................................................

I.............................................................................

N...........................................................................

N............................................................................

c) There are some bears at the zoo in my city.

f) There is a Tiger at the Zoo city.

I............................................................................

I.............................................................................

N...........................................................................

N............................................................................

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NAME OF BOOK C) Complete with there is or there are: a) .......................... two cats in the garden. b) .......................... one bird in the room. c) .......................... some people in Brazil. d) .......................... a rabbit in my garden. e) .......................... some orange juice. f) .......................... some cinemas in Milan.

D) Complete the questions and answer: a) ................... there a zoo near your house?

Yes, .................

No, ...................

b) Are there any restaurants near your house?

Yes, there are.

No, there ............

c) Is there a musian in your city?

Yes, .................

No, ..................

d) .................. there any hotels in your city?

.........................

...........................



E) Listen and repeat the chants: 1)

2)

There’s a zoo

There’s a restaurant

There are some animals

There are some tables

There are some elephants

There are some waiters

There are some people

There are some people

CREATE YOUR OWN CHANT. START WITH THERE’S A SCHOOL ... OR THERE’S A STREET ... OR USE YOUR OWN IDEAS:

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VOCABULARY

 A) Listen and repeat the words: 1 a statue

a bridge a station

2

a tree a building

a museum

a river

a person

Find examples in the picture: (use there is/ there are)

There is a museum in the picture 3

There’s a train Station in the

3

4

5

6

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LISTENING ZEBRA PROFILE

No animal has a more distinctive coat than the zebra. Each animal's stripes are as unique as fingerprints - no two are exactly alike - although each of the three species has its own general pattern. Zebras are social animals that spend time in herds. They graze together, primarily on grass, and even groom one another. Plains zebras are the most common species. They live in small family groups consisting of a male, several females, and their young. Zebras must be constantly wary of lions and hyenas. A herd has many eyes alert to danger. If an animal is attacked, its family will come to its defense, circling the wounded zebra and attempting to drive off predators. Source: nationalgeographic.com

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THESE OR THOSE A) Choose These or Those: Affirmative

a) Look in this box. These/those are my new DVDs.

There is / there are

b) Are these/those your parents over there? Interrogative

c) Here, these/those are photos of my friends.

Is there? / are there?

d) These/those countries are all in europe: Italy, England and Spain. Negative

e) Who are these/those people in this pictures.

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There isn’t / there aren’t

REMEMBER A) Write down ten words you learnt in this lesson and make a question to the teacher.

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