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On the move. What is your favourite way of travelling? What is the best way to travel? In a big city? In the desert? In the mountains? To another continent?
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English Alive! Student’s Book 3 Whiteboard Presentation.
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The world’s worst disaster? 1.a) Natural HazardsMan-Made hazards. Avalanche Drought Earthquake Epidemic Fire Flood Forest Fire Hurricane Landslide Tornado.
He feels sad.. She feels thirsty. She feels hungry.
But! You walk/go on foot. If you go to some place you can travel by bus / double-decker, taxi / cab, bicycle / motorcycle, underground / tube Means of.
REVISION. Complete the story, adding «was» and «were» It …….. a beautiful day. The sun ……. hot and the sky ……. blue. James and Wendy …….. on the beach.
I think this book is an interesting book. What do you think of this book? interesting.
Adjectives that end in -ed are used to describe how people feel: 'He was surprised to find that he had been upgraded to first class.‘ 'I was confused.
© 2011 wheresjenny.com Natural Disasters A disaster caused by natural forces.
THE DAILY ROUTINE IN THE MORNING (12 a.m- 12 p.m.) To get up To wake up To brush my teeth/my hair To wash my face/my hands To have a shower To get dressed.
H. How does he feel? He feels tired. How does he feel? He feels sad.
Beautiful Fun Interesting Exciting Extraordinary Amazing Lovely Adventurous Wonderful Dangerous Unfortunately Fortunate Fantastic Wild.
Earthquake －－ by Stella How many Nature Disasters do you know? typhoon tornado, tornado, hurricane hurricane seismic sea wave / tsunami.
English Speaking. When we describe a person, we need to talk about: What they look like (Physical Description): Hair, eyes, nose, mouth, face,
Amy Lisa John Mike Listen and guess I want to travel to a place very fast, because I dont like to spend too much time on it,but the fare is very expensive.
Is travelling popular nowadays? What means of travelling do you know? How do you like to travel? What is the best time for travelling? What is the fastest.
Unit 5 The power of nature warming up and reading.
My holidays (= mes vacances). It was good / cool / great / amazing / fantastic / wonderful / brilliant / … I enjoyed myself = I had fun. I had a great.
Fast Changes Foldable Earth Science. Hurricane How: low pressure area in the ocean ▫Winds 39mph and higher: tropical storm ▫Winds 74mph and higher: hurricane.
CITY GIRL, COUNTRY BOY Tim lives on a farm in the country. He is on his way to visit his cousin Anna in the city. Anna and her.
KEEPING SAFE IN A STORM. BIG STORMS CAN BE SCARY. STRONG WINDS ARE LOUD. POUNDING RAIN FALLS. STORMS CAN CAUSE HARM.
LEISURE ACTIVITIES WHAT DO YOU LIKE?. playing football dancing skiing watching TV going to the gym taking photographs cooking playing computer games sailing.
Grade 2 Lesson #2 Reading Comprehension. Reading 2 Read the following short story. Think about what you read. Then, read the questions and choose the.
Wonderful Weather Click on a picture to learn more about the topic. Click on the home button to return back to this page. Use the arrows to move forward.
Go to page 71 cruise ship coach bus plane tram scooterhelicopter.
BENEFITS Healthier Lungs Strong Muscles Better Blood Flow More Energy Better Relaxation Fun, Good Times YOU Feel Better Risk Factors Diabetes Obesity Heart.
By: Ardreauna Hayes Tornadoes aren’t the only danger, Tornado chasers have to be careful of the lightning coming from the thunderstorms that produces.
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What do they have to do? Practice of have to. What do they have to do? They have to brush their teeth.
Progressive Verb Tenses Ongoing Actions. Progressive verbs are “ongoing actions,” which happen over time. To make a verb progressive, you need to add.
© 2015 albert-learning.com Natural disasters NATURAL DISASTERS.
NATURAL DISASTERS & Other Things You Need to Take Notes On.
Activities. To dance To sing To run To draw To write stories.
Chapter 5 Changing the Balance in Ecosystems 5.1 Natural Phenomena and Ecosystem.
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Simple Past Tense by Kristi Reyes Simple Past Any event, activity, or state that started and finished in the past Key words: yesterday … last … … ago.
A DJECTIVES - ED VS. - ING. -ED if you want to describe a feeling I’m very interested in rock music ING if you want to describe people or things Rock.
You can socialise with the internet by using websites such as Facebook, twitter and MySpace. The good things about this is that you can talk to your friends.
What’s different?. She likes clothes He likes football.
Daily Routines PRESENT SIMPLE INTERVIEW. In the morning … Get up Wash my face and hands Brush my teeth Have breakfast Get dressed Comb my.
Workshop 2. Tornado Hurricane Mudslide/landslide Ice storm Snow storm Drought Flood Typhoon Wild fire Sand storm Lightning Volcano Earthquake Tsunami.
Unit 11 Sad movies make me cry. Grace 蒋 How do you feel about these pictures? Happy? Beautiful? Excited? Awful?
Youth Culture By: Emma Sundström. Youth culture In Sweden most of the youths go to school. I don’t think that everyone likes going to school and that’s.
Las Actividades. To dance To sing To run To draw.
What do you like doing ? I like cooking. What do you like doing ? I like reading.
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