Presentation on theme: "1. Read the poem attentively 1. Read the poem attentively A real friend Thank you so much, because you’re always there You walk beside me, so I’m not alone."— Presentation transcript:
1. Read the poem attentively 1. Read the poem attentively A real friend Thank you so much, because you’re always there You walk beside me, so I’m not alone You wag your tail to tell me you care You’re more like a friend than a pet that I own. Thank you so much for the love that you show No matter what happens, you don’t turn away. The best kind of "person" that I know, You’re someone I love, more than these words can say.
2. Choose the correct answer 1. This poem is addressed to a dog. a. brother or sister b. parent c. dog d. cat 2. The poet probably thinks that some animals are kinder than many people. a. thinks that some animals are kinder than many people b. won’t eat hot dogs c. lives on a farm 3. In the first line, the word "you’re" means you are. a. you are b. you are here c. you never
Read the text and choose the right word from the next slide. Tennis Tennis is my (1)favorite sport. All you need are (2)two people, one on each side. Sure, you have to buy a racquet, but a (3)good one should last for many (4)hours. In addition, if you play tennis, you get a lot of (5)sprains. Compare it to a sport like baseball, where players spend most of their (6)time standing around waiting for something to happen. Yes, I think that tennis is the (7)best sport in the world!
1. funny easy old favorite 2. one two three four 3. wooden blue used good 4. hours days sports years 5. money fun sprains exercise 6. money help time paper 7. best worst same cheapest
Read the text and choose the right word from the next slide. Once upon a time in a land now lost in time, there lived a beautiful young princess named Princess Megan. She lived in a(1)stone palace. She had ice-cream with every meal. She had clothes made of pure gold. She even had her (2)own phone in her bedroom! The palace was a wonderful place to live. It was (3)luxurious. It was exciting. Just outside the palace there was a magnificent (4)garden. In that garden grew the most spectacular (5)flowers and the most (6)delicious fruits and vegetables. However, in that garden there (7)also grew the Terrible Onion. No one (8)ate the Terrible Onion. But it was said that the Terrible Onion would pop out of the ground and eat people when the (9)lightning struck him.
1. a. cold b. grand c. stone d. small 2. a. toy b. own c. plastic d. old 3. a. luxurious b. drafty c. ancient d. wooden 4. a. garden b. tree c. pool d. lawn 5. a. fireworks b. sounds c. flowers d. stones 6. a. rotten b. pretty c. delicious d. costly 7. a. also b. never c. often d. did 8. a. eats b. called c. felt d. ate 9. a. stick b. car c. lightning d. mood