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Conjunctions: and, but, or

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22.1 Listen to the descriptions and write the activities in the table.

dance do gymnastics draw drive a car paint play tennis play the piano ride a bike ride a horse sing swim take photos

I can recognize and use the conjunctions and, but, or.

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I’ve got the bags and the tickets, but I can’t find the passports!

What’s the problem?

Clear ‘I can’ statements show the learning outcome of each unit

basketball.  I play tennis and 1 He likes dogs cats. 2 Would you like some coffee some hot chocolate? 3 There are some apples there aren’t any oranges. 4 She hasn’t got a pen a pencil.

We use but to join opposite ideas. I can swim but I can’t dive. Our car is old but it’s nice.

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We also use or after negative verbs. I can’t play tennis or badminton. He hasn’t got a pen or a pencil.

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Circle the correct option.  She can sing and / but dance. 1 I like swimming and / but I don’t like running. 2 She’s got a dog and / but a cat. 3 He eats meat and / but fish. 4 Go to your chair and / but sit down. 5 My mum is here and / but my dad is at work. 6 I’ve got brown hair and / but brown eyes. 7 We’ve got a new teacher and / but I like her. 8 Pete would like to go to the cinema and / but he hasn’t got any money. 9 I’m tired and / but I’d like to go to bed.

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I can play red a it’s raining.

Self-evaluation tables encourage students to monitor their progress

Circle the correct option.  I don’t like apples and / or pears.

I like eggs and cheese. I like chips but I don’t like burgers. I don’t like coffee or tea.

1 Would you like lemonade and / or fruit juice? 2 She’s got two brothers and / or one sister. 3 Linda can’t paint and / or draw. 4 Zebras are black and / or white.

Self-evaluation

5 Is your teacher tall and / or short? 6 Have you got brown eyes and / or blue eyes? 7 Polly hasn’t got a computer and / or an MP3 player. 8 I’m reading that book and / or I like it. 9 I’m not tired and / or I don’t want to go to bed. 10 Are you watching a film and / or a TV programme?

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5 I can’t play the guitar the piano. 6 She’s wearing a white dress shoes. 7 Would you like to be a doctor teacher? 8 We’d like to play tennis,

Tick ✔ the foods you like, then write sentences about yourself.

We use or when we ask questions about two options. Would you like tea or coffee? Are there oranges or apples?

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We use and to join similar ideas. I can swim and dive. Sue’s got a new dress and new shoes.

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6 We do not use these patterns:

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There were a lot of good books in the shop and I bought a few of them.

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Check irregular verbs and how to say them.

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