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1B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Behind, In front of & Near Unit 4 A petting farm
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Behind, In front of & Near We use behind, in front of and near to talk about positions.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 1 You are here. Fun Zoo The elephants are behind the cows.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 2 You are here. Fun Zoo The toilets are in front of the restaurant.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 3 You are here. Fun Zoo The gift shop is near the camel.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Children, now its your turn.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 1 We are in front of the gift shop.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 2 The restaurant is near the gift shop.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 3 The cows are behind the horse.
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 4 The toilets are behind the camel. camel
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 5 The cows are near the pigs. pigs
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 6 The turtles are in front of the horse. horse
1B Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 7 The pigs are behind the gift shop. gift shop
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This – that / these – those. This dog is jumping!
Wild and domestic animals 1. sheep /шиип/ - овечка 2. cow /кау/ - корова 3. duck /дак/ - утка 4. snake /снейк/ - змея 5. bird /бёрд/ - птичка 6. bee /бии/
1B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Unit 3 Keeping pets Prepositions.
In the English Village An English village is not very large. There are several houses, a village shop, a church and a pub in it. Usually there is no school.
2B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Want to be Unit 6 People who help us.
-ing nouns Unit 1 New friends.
PowerPoint Jeopardy PetsZoo Animals Farm Animals Jungle Animals Ocean Animals
3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd Where can we buy …? Unit 2 At the shopping mall.
MY FAVOURITE ANIMALS NAME:Andrew Nagaitsev Form: 4 “A” Teacher: Safonova V.G.
above near in front of in on under next to behind between Yes! It is on the hat.
STUDENTS’ BOOK 7 RECYCLE 1. Let’s play How do you go to …? I go to… school the USA Shang-hai park by bike by train by plain on foot.
© Educational Publishing House Ltd 1B Module 3 Fun and Games Unit 5 At the zoo Unit 6 A fun day Make a fun zoo.
This isa bear. This isan elephant. These are cows.
Whose tail is this?. In the Jungle Whose tail is this? It’s Lion’s tail.
IN ON UNDER IN FRONT OF BEHIND BETWEEN NEXT TO NEAR ON THE LEFT OF ON THE RIGHT OF.
therenear there Excuse newsagent Its instreet on the next to restaurant next to travel agent far on thenext to.
Hospital Bus stop Bridge Book store park Post office Toy shop bank.
Teacher. The bus driver Doctor Pilot Mailman Police Officer.
2000 Unit 27 Basic. animal People can see many animals in the zoo. bear Have you ever seen Formosan black bears? bee Several bees are flying in the garden.
5B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Each other and One another Unit 5 Amazing facts.
Farm Animals Karen S. James Farm Animals Farm animals help us to work, eat, and play.
3A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How …? Unit 6 Lovely animals.
Animal Jam! ●Alec Williams ●Aneesa Hussein ●Morgan DeMary ●Nicholas Moore “Come jam with our animals!”
2A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How much …? Unit 4 Shopping at the supermarket.
4A Would like Unit 4 At the food court © Educational Publishing House Ltd.
Morning Warm- Up. School is a good place. We all learn new things
The Animal World We shall know: Where the animals live; What they eat; What they can do; Some new words.
Тема урока : Animals and Pets. Name the animals.
science museum post office bookstore near next to behind cinema hospital museum shop library pet hospital in front of.
A bear is viviparous. A bee is oviparous A bison is viviparous.
1A © Educational Publishing House Ltd How many Unit 3 Sharing toys.
The Animal Association Quiz Matching animal pictures to their names. next.
Chapter 4, Book 1B Longman Welcome to English
Buildings and places in a city. In a foreign city Excuse me, is there … near here? Excuse me, where is …?
Click to begin. Click here for Final Jeopardy CommunitiesVocabulary 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40.
Animal World. Are animals that live with people at home or in the house. Pets.
Hello to our friends in the Gambia! We were very excited to read about your trip to the crocodile farm. We thought you might like to read about when our.
Veterinarians. Animals are very important to people. We keep dogs and cats as pets.
Heartbeat…. Ready…. 1 minute 50 seconds 40 seconds 30 seconds 20 seconds 10 seconds 5 seconds 3 seconds 2 seconds 1 second Set…. GO!! STOP! You can do.
1A © Educational Publishing House Ltd What colour …? Unit 5 Colourful world.
Old MacDonald had a farm ee-eye, ee-eye oh 2010 Cochlear Ltd & MREIC.
Lesson 2. Is This York Street?
Animal Activities By: María del Mar Bolaños. Pets General objective: the child will be able to recognize different pets Activity: the children will sit.
5B © Educational Publishing House Ltd Yet Unit 3 Open Day with open arms.
Good______ _ English Rules 1.Book closed 2.Mouth Closed 3.No Shouting 4.Have fun Good pupil = Bad pupil =
Pig says, “Oink-oink.” Old Macdonald has a farm.E-I-E-I-O. And on the farm he has a pig.E-I-E-I-O. Pig says, “Oink-oink here. Oink-oink there. Oink-oink.
© Educational Publishing House Ltd 3A Module 1 Me, My Family and Friends Unit 1 New friends Unit 2 At the shopping mall Write a short letter.
BUTTERFLY FROG BEAR CRAB SHEEP PIG BEE DOG ELEPHANT MONKEY COW.
Adjectives and Pronouns!. A demonstrative adjective describes the location of a NOUN in relation to a person. este(a)estos(as) Ese(a)eses(as) Aquel(la)aquellos(as)
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