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Obrada Teacher: Vanja Soka č Let’s catch them

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IN – UIN FRONT OF - ISPRED ON – NABEHIND - IZA UNDER – ISPODBETWEEN - IZME Đ U Where are Lolly and David? What are they looking for? Why can’t David sleep in his room tonight?

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Pupil’s book – page 44 – Task 2 1. Lolly has got problem with her maths homework. 2. Lolly has got six frogs in her box. 3. The frogs are jumping out of the box. 4. David is standing on the chair. 5. David thinks the frogs are disgusting. 6. Frogs can swim. 7. They can find only five frogs. 8. Lolly and David are tired. 9. David can’t sleep with a frog in his bedroom.

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Pupil’s book – page 44 – Task 4 A) The frog is on David’s... B) The frog is behind the... C) The frog is between David’s... D) The frog is under the... E) The frog is in the... F) The frog is in front of the......bed...TV...books...bed...fish tank...chair.

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Pupil’s book – page 45 – Task 5 1) The telescope is IN front of the window. 2) The globe is ON the desk. 3) David’s backpack is IN the wardrobe. 4) The guitar is BEHIND the bed. 5) The fish tank is BETWEEN the bed and the bookshelf. 6) David’s jacket is ON the chair. 7) The mini lab is ON the cupboard. 8) The poster is UNDER the bookshelf

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Pupil’s book – page 46 – Task 8 Let’s catch them! Let’s do it! Let’s eat something! Let’s open it! Let’s go home!

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Pupil’s book – page 46 – Task 9

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Pupil’s book – page 47 – Task 10

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Activity book – page 30 – Task 1 1. homework 2. box 3. frogs 4. chair 5. disgusting 6. five 7. tired

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Activity book – page 30 –Task 2, 4, 5 and 6

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I ______read. I ______speak Chinese. A crocodile_______swim. A parrot_______talk. A baby________drive a car. An elephant ______cook. CAN CAN’T CAN CAN’T

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NUMBERS One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, eleven, twelve thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen Ten, twenty, thirty, fourty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred Twenty-one, thirty-two, seventy-one, fourty-three 6, 9, 11, 12 16, 18, 19, 20, 40, 60, 50, 90 23, 35, 36, 47, 58, 69, 55,67, 52, 85, 92, 100, 66, 55, 88, 99

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