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  • Two.
  • Three.
  • Four.
  • Five.
  • girl
  • baby
  • children
  • woman
  • mum
  • daughter
  • son
  • dad
  • A cat.
  • A dog.
  • A bird.
  • A rabbit.
  • rainy
  • cloudy
  • sunny
  • snowy
  • hot
  • cold
  • old
  • big
  • Saturday
  • Thursday
  • Monday
  • Sunday
  • E B
  • E V
  • A B
  • A V
  • Brown.
  • Blue.
  • Green.
  • Red.
  • Black.
  • Red.
  • White.
  • Blonde.
  • An arm.
  • A head.
  • A nose.
  • A leg.
  • A finger.
  • A foot.
  • A hand.
  • A knee.
  • Cheese.
  • Bread.
  • Cake.
  • Meat.
  • Orange juice.
  • Water.
  • Milk.
  • Coffee.
  • Breakfast.
  • Lunch.
  • A snack.
  • Dinner.
  • A living-room.
  • A bedroom.
  • A bathroom.
  • A kitchen.
  • Happy
  • Sad
  • Good
  • Bad
  • It's nine.
  • I've nine.
  • I'm nine.
  • I'm fine.
  • Please!
  • Thank you!
  • Sorry!
  • Good bye!
  • bike
  • clock
  • sweet
  • ball
  • A desk.
  • A blackboard.
  • A chair.
  • A door.
  • Next to
  • Between
  • Under
  • In
  • A ruler, toes, a dress.
  • Pencils, books, a rubber.
  • Paper, a mouth, a chair.
  • A calculator, an eraser, jeans.
  • “Open your books, please.”
  • “Go to school!”
  • “Good evening, children.”
  • “Make lots of noise!”
  • New York.
  • London.
  • Washington DC.
  • Oxford.
  • Tea.
  • Cake.
  • Fish.
  • Sandwiches.
  • pound
  • dollar
  • euro
  • peso
  • The Tower of London.
  • The Empire State Building.
  • The White House.
  • Buckingham Palace.
Jack says to Sophia, “Do you like chess?” Sophia says, “Yes, ..... .”
  • I am
  • I can
  • I do
  • you do
Katy says to Harry “Mum and Dad ..... in the garden.”
  • am
  • are
  • is
  • can
Sophia says “I ..... at 7 o'clock in the morning. Then I get up.”
  • eat
  • make
  • get dressed
  • wake up
Alex ..... to school at 8 o'clock. He walks with his brother.
  • goes
  • has
  • brushes
  • washes
Harry says “..... my school bag?” His mum says “It's on the chair.”
  • What's
  • Who has got
  • Where is
  • When are
Katy is in a shop. She asks a man “..... the bar of chocolate?” The man says “1 euro.”
  • How many are
  • How much is
  • It costs
  • Have you got
  • date
  • wet
  • night
  • cat
  • ship, sheep
  • one, son
  • five, give
  • bad, bed
  • hello
  • hand
  • how
  • hour
Jake and Emma are ..... .
  • American
  • Australian
  • British
  • Canadian
Who has activities after school?
  • Olivia and Emma.
  • Olivia and Jake.
  • Jake.
  • Emma.
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  • Olivia plays the guitar and the piano.
  • Both Jake and Olivia don't like types of vegetables.
  • Emma has got a sister called Molly.
  • Jake is in the school basketball team.
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  • Olivia loves music and dancing.
  • The boy can speak Spanish.
  • One girl likes ice cream and one girl likes Chinese food.
  • Emma lives near the sea and swims every day.
  • loud
  • fast
  • thin
  • young
  • A giraffe.
  • A cow.
  • An elephant.
  • A zebra.
  • got ..... His
  • has ..... His
  • has got ..... He's
  • does ..... He
  • Independence Day.
  • Halloween.
  • Christmas Day.
  • Thanksgiving Day.

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  • raining
  • snowing
  • sunny
  • windy
  • A bird.
  • A cat.
  • A dog.
  • A rabbit.
  • May
  • October
  • April
  • August
  • Sunday.
  • Winner.
  • Aunt.
  • Spring.
  • Seven.
  • Eight.
  • Nine.
  • Ten.
  • happy
  • angry
  • sad
  • hungry
  • Water.
  • Desks.
  • Toys.
  • Cars.
  • E E
  • A E
  • E I
  • E A
Paul has got a brother and a ..... .
  • sister
  • baby
  • girl
  • daughter
The two old people are Paul's ..... .
  • grandchildren
  • grandmother
  • grandparents
  • grandfather
Paul has got ..... cousins.
  • two
  • three
  • four
  • five
Paul's mother has got a brother. He is Paul's ..... .
  • father
  • son
  • husband
  • uncle
Hugo has got a ..... T-shirt.
  • blue
  • brown
  • white
  • orange
Eva has got a yellow ..... .
  • skirt
  • coat
  • dress
  • bag
Jake is wearing ..... .
  • white gloves
  • brown socks
  • a red sweater
  • blue jeans
Who is wearing shorts?
  • Hugo.
  • Eva.
  • Jake.
  • Eva and Jake.
Tom gets up at seven o'clock in the ..... .
  • night
  • morning
  • afternoon
  • evening
Tom brushes his ..... at half-past seven.
  • nose
  • face
  • teeth
  • hair
Tom arrives at school at ..... .
  • eight o'clock
  • half-past eight
  • nine o'clock
  • twelve o'clock
At midday, Tom ..... at school.
  • eats breakfast
  • plays sport
  • goes home
  • has lunch
  • hall
  • bathroom
  • garden
  • bedroom
  • next to
  • below
  • under
  • above
  • Glasses.
  • A shower.
  • A bath.
  • A pool.
  • Tables, windows, a television.
  • Chairs, a street, a cupboard.
  • A beach, beds, doors.
  • A field, a sofa, a clock.
The United Kingdom is England, Wales, Northern Ireland and ..... .
  • Scotland
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Cornwall
In the USA, a ..... is a sausage sandwich.
  • bagel
  • hot dog
  • burger
  • doughnut
The famous clock in London is called ..... .
  • Big Ben
  • Old Bill
  • Tall Tim
  • Little John
This famous building is ..... .
  • the Tower of London
  • the White House
  • the Empire State Building
  • Buckingham Palace
Tom says to his mum, “..... have a drink?” She says, “Yes, you can.”
  • I can
  • Can I
  • Do you
  • Can you
Hugo ..... play football at the weekend.
  • don't
  • isn't
  • doesn't
  • likes
Eva says, “I love ..... my bike.”
  • riding
  • reading
  • driving
  • making
Jake's dad says, “...... children are in your class?” Jake says, “28.”
  • How many
  • How old
  • Are there
  • Have you got
Paul says, “Whose cat is that?” Hugo says, “It's ..... .”
  • my
  • mine
  • them
  • him
Sally is at home. She's ..... a film with her parents.
  • sees
  • looking
  • listens
  • watching
The number 4 rhymes with “.....”.
  • her
  • our
  • door
  • car
Find the pair of words that rhyme.
  • talk, sock
  • wet, eight
  • sit, white
  • love, have
The “th” in “tooth” and “three” is the same as in “.....”.
  • the
  • mouth
  • mother
  • then
Connor is ..... .
  • from London
  • Irish
  • American
  • from a big town
Who lives in a town with a cinema?
  • Mark and Grace.
  • Grace and Connor.
  • Mark and Connor.
  • Mark, Grace and Connor.
Find the true sentence.
  • The person with a pink T-shirt likes playing cricket and rugby.
  • Dingle is near the sea.
  • There's a skatepark next to Grace's school.
  • Mark never goes to museums.
Find the sentence that isn't true.
  • The person with ginger hair likes boats.
  • Twenty thousand people live in Greenville.
  • You can't swim in Connor's town.
  • There are many well-known buildings in London.
  • safe
  • huge
  • ugly
  • strong
  • hippo
  • dolphin
  • shark
  • crocodile
Eva and her sister ..... at their grandparents' house this summer.
  • stay
  • are staying
  • stays
  • is staying
  • Stonehenge.
  • Windsor Castle.
  • The Tower of London.
  • Hadrian's Wall.

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In the photo, we can see ..... .
  • friends in the street
  • a family at the beach
  • boys and girls at home
  • children in a classroom
The little girl has got ..... .
  • pink trousers
  • a red shirt
  • a yellow jumper
  • white hair
What can you see in the photo?
  • a tree, a cat, a boy
  • a mother, birds, bread
  • a dog, a grandmother, the sea
  • the sky, a father, a car
Today is Monday, so tomorrow is ..... .
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Tuesday
  • Sunday
Twelve + eleven = ..... .
  • 11
  • 13
  • 22
  • 23
Complete the word: _ _ T U M N.
  • O U
  • A U
  • A W
  • O W
The opposite of “dry” is “.....”.
  • cold
  • wet
  • strong
  • thin
Find a name for this “family” of words: blackboard, teacher, English.
  • Jobs
  • Nationalities
  • Furniture
  • School
This is a letter from Jake to ..... .
  • his friend Toby
  • his parents
  • his grandparents
  • his brother in Cardiff
At Camp Silver Lake, Jake ..... .
  • isn't happy
  • stays inside a lot
  • makes dinner with the other children
  • hasn't got any friends
Every day, Jake ..... .
  • gets up at 9 o'clock
  • eats eggs and bacon for lunch
  • does the washing up after dinner
  • watches films in the evening
Find the sentence that isn't true.
  • Camp Silver Lake is great for kids who like sports.
  • Jake's favourite activity is sailing.
  • In the letter, Jake asks his parents for some money.
  • Children eat their lunches outside.
Ben and Emma ..... German.
  • is
  • are
  • be
  • am
..... your name at the top of the page.
  • Write
  • Open
  • Take
  • Make
My neighbour has ..... a cat. His name is Spot.
  • him
  • is
  • have
  • got
No, thanks. I ..... eat that cake. There are nuts in it.
  • don't like
  • not want
  • 'm not
  • can't
Do you ..... the bus to school?
  • usually take
  • ride often
  • not go
  • never has
In the photo, we can see a ..... in a room.
  • desk
  • bed
  • sofa
  • cupboard
The football is ..... the cup.
  • above
  • inside
  • behind
  • on top of
Find the true sentence.
  • The headphones are on a shelf.
  • The mouse is next to the keyboard.
  • The water bottle is open.
  • The time is nearly one o'clock.
What can you see in the photo?
  • pencils, the floor, a computer
  • pens, folders, a window
  • a door, a skateboard, a chair
  • a clock, glasses, a wall
The colours of the British flag are ..... .
  • red, white and green
  • red, white and blue
  • blue and white
  • white and red
Fish and ..... is a very popular British meal.
  • tea
  • beef
  • beans
  • chips
..... is not a British city.
  • Belfast
  • Manchester
  • Chicago
  • Edinburgh
..... lives at 10 Downing Street, London.
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • King Charles III
  • Paddington Bear
  • The British prime minister
Jim says to Alice, “How are you, Alice?” What can Alice say?
  • “It's fine.”
  • “Great, thanks!”
  • “I'm eleven.”
  • “In the kitchen.”
Alex says, “It’s small and light. It's made of metal, plastic and glass. I carry it in my pocket. I use it in Maths lessons.” What is it?
  • His glasses.
  • His calculator.
  • His water bottle.
  • His keys.
Poppy is ill. She phones her friend Mia and says, “Sorry, I can't come to your party tonight, I don't feel well.” What can Mia say?
  • “Enjoy the party!”
  • “Get well soon!”
  • “Don't be late.”
  • “Have a nice time.”
Jenny says to her mum, “Can you drive me to the swimming pool tomorrow?” What can her mum say?
  • “Yes, you’re right.”
  • “Sorry, you're busy.”
  • “Of course. What time?”
  • “Yes, you can.”
Paul’s dad asks him, “.....” He answers, “I’ll do my best but I’m not very good in the kitchen.”
  • Can you pass me that fork?
  • Could you come in here, please?
  • Could you help me make lunch?
  • What do you want for lunch?
Max asks a woman a question. She says, “Yes, we've got it. It's inthe sci-fi section. The author's name is R. Laing so look on the shelf labelled 'L'.” Where is Max?
  • At the cinema.
  • In a museum.
  • In a computer games shop.
  • In a library.
The number 6 rhymes with “.....”.
  • kicks
  • rich
  • socks
  • next
Find the pair of words that rhyme.
  • eye, they
  • snow, now
  • wait, wet
  • bird, word
“American” = o O o o. “Alligator” = ..... .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
Who can be in the talent show?
  • Students of Newport high school.
  • Teachers at the school.
  • Parents of school students.
  • Anyone with a talent.
If you want to be in the talent show, you must first ..... .
  • perform in Drama class
  • go to the school hall on Thursday
  • ask Mr Rogers or Mrs Oliver
  • go to the show on Friday, the twenty-first of June
Find the true sentence.
  • Everyone who comes on Thursday will be in the show.
  • Only the worst students can be in the show.
  • The winner in June will get a trophy.
  • Two teachers decide who will be in the show.
Find the sentence that is not true.
  • A rock band can't be in the show.
  • A comedian can tell jokes for three minutes.
  • A six-minute dance routine is too long.
  • A magician and his rabbit can be in the show.
..... your cousin look ..... ?
  • Who is ..... for
  • Does ..... likes you
  • How does ..... at
  • What does ..... like
Those cakes cost £2 each but ..... are only £1.50.
  • these ones
  • this cookie
  • that muffin
  • all they
British children usually wear uniforms to school, .....?
  • do they
  • don't they
  • aren't they
  • isn't it
Find the pair of words that don't rhyme.
  • worry/sorry
  • tower/hour
  • heart/art
  • pear/bear
Find the word that is not an object you find in the bathroom.
  • Soap.
  • A swing.
  • A towel.
  • A sink.
My teacher .....four languages. She .....me Spanish this year.
  • speaks ..... is teaching
  • can speak ..... learns
  • is knowing ..... teaches
  • has got ..... gives lessons to
British children love Fireworks Night, or Guy Fawkes Night. It is celebrated on ..... .
  • 5 November
  • 31 October
  • 26 December
  • 1 May

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In this photo, we can see ..... .
  • four girls in a forest
  • boys and girls outside
  • a family at home
  • some children in a library
We can see that the two girls ..... .
  • are holding the ball
  • have got long hair
  • aren't wearing shorts
  • are sad
Find a title for the photo.
  • Playing football at school.
  • Winter sport.
  • Volleyball at the beach.
  • A game of basketball.
There’s ..... on the mountain, so we can go skiing today.
  • rain
  • cold
  • snow
  • grass
Harry wants to eat his dinner because he’s very ..... .
  • hungry
  • thirsty
  • clever
  • funny
This pair of jeans ..... £40.
  • lasts
  • takes
  • costs
  • puts
Find a title for this “family” of words: nurse, ill, bandage.
  • Health
  • Jobs
  • Travel
  • Feelings
..... the light, it's time to sleep!
  • Get up
  • Start
  • Take off
  • Turn off
Martha is talking to Lucy, ..... .
  • her school friend
  • her aunt in Cornwall
  • her History teacher
  • her younger cousin
We know that Martha ..... .
  • is on holiday with her family in London
  • likes the scenery in Cornwall
  • is away from home for two weeks
  • enjoys the same music as her dad
Martha asks for Lucy's help because she ..... .
  • left her phone at home
  • forgot to give her homework to her teacher
  • hasn't got her History homework with her
  • needs to charge her phone
Find the true sentence.
  • The train journey to Cornwall took six hours.
  • Martha is going to do some school work on holiday.
  • Lucy will print the assignment and send it by post.
  • Alice and Martha are similar in age and interests.
My dad sometimes ..... in the morning.
  • make breakfast
  • walks to work
  • is drinking coffee
  • don't eat cereal
..... you ..... to the concert tonight?
  • Are ..... going
  • Can ..... see
  • Do ..... want
  • Do ..... come
How many cars ..... in the car park?
  • is it
  • have got
  • are any
  • are there
London is ..... than Liverpool.
  • very far
  • most expensive
  • much bigger
  • not as cold
“Where ..... yesterday, James?” “At home. I was ill.”
  • were you
  • are you
  • did you
  • you go
In the photo, the family is ..... a rollercoaster.
  • riding
  • running
  • sitting
  • flying
The dad looks ..... and the mum looks ......
  • excited ..... funny
  • happy ..... scared
  • shocked ..... bored
  • serious ..... angry
Find the true sentence.
  • Everyone is wearing sunglasses.
  • The mum is behind her son.
  • The dad's hands are in the air.
  • The boy is standing up.
Find the list of words associated with games and leisure.
  • camping, jigsaw, a floor
  • movies, a picnic, curtain
  • a ruler, cards, a gym
  • bowling, hiking, puzzles
A traditional English breakfast includes bacon, sausages and ..... .
  • eggs
  • fried fish
  • pancakes
  • cereal
The king's home in London is ..... .
  • the Tower of London
  • Buckingham Palace
  • the White House
  • the Houses of Parliament
In Britain, a “pound” is a unit of money or a measurement of ..... .
  • height
  • temperature
  • liquid
  • weight
What is the name of the sea between the south of England and the north of France?
  • The Thames.
  • The English Channel.
  • The North Sea.
  • The Tube.
You give your friend Sarah a gift. She likes it and says, “Thank you.” What can you say to her?
  • “Fine, thank you.”
  • “Pleased to meet you.”
  • “You're welcome.”
  • “Enjoy your trip.”
Kelly came first in the 100-metre race. Which of the following is it NOT appropriate to say?
  • “Congratulations!”
  • “Best wishes!”
  • “Well done!”
  • “You did it!”
On the street, a woman asks you for directions to the trainstation. What can you say to her?
  • “There aren't any left.”
  • “Go ahead, take one!”
  • “It's up there on the right.”
  • “It leaves in five minutes.”
Leo says “It’s big and white. It's made of metal and glass. You put things in it and they come out clean.” What is he describing?
  • A washing machine.
  • A tablet.
  • An oven.
  • A bath.
Jack and his friend Ethan are at school. Ethan says, “.....” and Jack says, “You can borrow mine.” What did Ethan say?
  • I can lend you my pen.
  • I forgot my keys!
  • I left my calculator at home!
  • Sorry, I didn't bring your dictionary.
Emma is talking. She says, “John and I went to an Indian restaurantlast night. He had a lamb curry and ..... .”
  • neither did I
  • he did as well
  • so do I
  • I did too
“High” rhymes with “.....”.
  • day
  • my
  • he
  • boy
Find the list of words that rhyme.
  • son, phone, run
  • said, red, dead
  • way, grey, cry
  • hear, pear, near
“Competition” = o o O o. “Avocado” = ..... .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
At the weekend, Jake watched a film about ..... that solves crimes.
  • a Hollywood thief
  • an actor called Skip
  • a puppy on a farm
  • a police dog
From the text, we know that Skip ..... .
  • and Frank are trying to find some missing dogs
  • falls in love with a Hollywood star
  • is helping her partner on an important case
  • dreams of going back to the farm
In the film, ..... .
  • Skip gets help from humans and dogs
  • Candy saw the person who stole her jewellery
  • someone is stealing famous people's pets
  • Skip makes a new friend and catches the thief
Find the sentence that isn’t true.
  • Dog Cop 2 is a comedy movie with some action scenes.
  • Jake thinks that older teenagers will like Dog Cop 2 the most.
  • The first Dog Cop film was very popular with audiences.
  • Jake didn't like the first film as much as the second one.
You'll be sick if you ..... .
  • eat all those sweets
  • are drinking too much milkshake
  • will eat that old chicken
  • won't finish your vegetables
The children ..... when the teacher entered the classroom.
  • laughing loudly
  • made noise
  • play games
  • were talking
Oh no! I wanted tickets for the concert but ..... left. It's sold out.
  • they are only
  • there's no one
  • there are none
  • they aren't any
The first “e” in “receipt” sounds like ..... .
  • the “e” in “tennis”
  • the “ei” in “height”
  • the “y” in “gym”
  • the “i” in “sign”
I wanted to go to the park but Dad suggested ..... instead.
  • to see a movie
  • us to the beach
  • to having a barbecue
  • visiting the zoo
The flag of Wales has got a ..... on it.
  • red dragon
  • gold lion
  • silver unicorn
  • white rose
Find the British English version of this American English word: yard.
  • queue
  • pavement
  • garden
  • lorry

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In the photo, the three teenagers are ..... .
  • camping in the woods
  • playing a game
  • inside a tent
  • staying in a hotel
The boy on the right ..... .
  • has got striped shorts
  • is holding a guitar
  • is cooking lunch
  • is looking at the fire
What can you see in the photo?
  • a fire, leaves, a blanket
  • headphones, grass, a caravan
  • T-shirts, smoke, sunglasses
  • sausages, trees, suitcases
Take your shoes off when you come inside, they're very ..... .
  • soft
  • dark
  • poor
  • dirty
Don't let the dog jump ..... the gate and into the road.
  • about
  • over
  • under
  • open
Can I ..... your phone to call my dad? I left mine at home.
  • bring
  • lend
  • borrow
  • carry
Choose a name for this “family” of words: score, chess, cards.
  • Games
  • Sport
  • Travel
  • Birthdays
“This YouTube video is so funny! You have to see it!” “Can you ..... it with me? I'll watch it later.”
  • link
  • chat
  • subscribe
  • share
What do you know about Mr and Mrs Brown?
  • They live opposite Maisie.
  • They're on holiday for a week.
  • They've got a pet cat.
  • They're Maisie's parents.
What do you know about Maisie?
  • She's 14 years old.
  • Her cat isn't allowed outside.
  • She's got a grey kitten.
  • She likes cats and dogs.
Maisie thinks she will be a good pet sitter because ..... .
  • she doesn't want to be bored or lonely during the summer
  • she's already got the keys to the Browns' house
  • she has experience of caring for other people's animals
  • she cared for her grandmother when she was ill last year
Find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • Maisie might be away at the same time as the Browns.
  • Maisie offers to visit the cats twice a day.
  • If anything goes wrong, Mr and Mrs Jones will help their daughter.
  • Maisie could earn £35 for the week's work.
I ..... a wonderful time on holiday. I don't want to go home!
  • 've got
  • have
  • 'm having
  • get
Joe ..... usually arrive at work before 9 am but today he ..... in early.
  • doesn't ..... 's coming
  • is ..... is travelling
  • never ..... comes
  • does ..... goes
If you ..... all your pocket money today, you won't have any left for the rest of the week.
  • are spending
  • don't spend
  • will spend
  • spend
..... much milk left when you finished breakfast this morning?
  • How
  • There were
  • Was there
  • Did you leave
My grandparents ..... in 1975 and ..... together ever since.
  • met ..... have been
  • met ..... were
  • have met ..... are
  • did meet ..... being
In this photo, the customer seems ..... .
  • nervous
  • lost
  • unhappy
  • pleased
The customer is probably saying “.....”
  • This isn't what I asked for!
  • It's exactly the colour I wanted.
  • My hair looks amazing!
  • You should get a tip!
The hairdresser is definitely NOT saying “.....”
  • I can fix it, don't worry.
  • The bottle label said 'blonde'.
  • I'm so glad you like it.
  • I don't know what went wrong!
Find the group of words associated with personal appearance.
  • wavy, roof, slim
  • brush, wild, skin
  • handsome, beard, curly
  • pack, straight, bald
On the 4th of July, Americans celebrate ..... .
  • Thanksgiving
  • Labor Day
  • Halloween
  • Independence Day
Which of these cities is not in Canada?
  • Ottawa.
  • Seattle.
  • Montreal.
  • Vancouver.
In the UK, Stonehenge is ..... .
  • the highest mountain in Wales
  • a royal castle in Scotland
  • an ancient Roman wall
  • a prehistoric monument
The year 1066 is very important in British history. It is when the English army was defeated by the ..... at the Battle of Hastings.
  • Normans
  • Scots
  • Vikings
  • Spanish
Your best friend introduces you to his cousin, Paul. What can you say to Paul?
  • “You're welcome, Paul.”
  • “Nice to meet you, Paul.”
  • “This is Paul.”
  • “Good to see you again!”
You are buying some sweets in a shop. They cost £1.50 and you pay with a £2 coin. The cashier gives you some money and says “.....”
  • This is mine.
  • Here's your change.
  • I've got too much.
  • There's some left.
A man says “They're on all the floors of our house except in the bathroom and kitchen. They're soft to walk on.” What is he talking about?
  • Carpets.
  • Curtains.
  • Blankets.
  • Wood.
Jake is seeing his girlfriend for the first time since she returnedfrom holiday. What can he say to her?
  • “I missed you.”
  • “You can't miss it.”
  • “I didn't notice you.”
  • “You missed me!”
In a café, you see a boy you don’t know take your jacket off achair. What can you say to him?
  • “Leave him alone!”
  • “Put off my jacket!”
  • “Hey! Buy your own!”
  • “That’s mine!”
Sally's neighbour needs some help. She says to Sally “Could you..... ? Would you water my plants next week while I'm away?”
  • provide a service
  • do me a favour
  • help yourself
  • make me an offer
“Said” rhymes with “.....”.
  • paid
  • lied
  • played
  • red
The “ea” in “heard” has the same sound as the “ea” in ..... .
  • heart
  • learn
  • wear
  • health
“Calculator” = O o o o. “Secretary” = ..... .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
According to the text, Shakespeare's Globe ......
  • is where Shakespeare works
  • is a theatre next to a river
  • is a famous play
  • was built in 1644
Find the true sentence.
  • The new theatre was built on the same location as the old one.
  • The first Globe was burned down in 1997 and replaced by the new one.
  • William Shakespeare wrote plays but didn't act in them.
  • Some well-known plays were seen for the first time at the old Globe.
What is unusual about seeing a play at The Globe?
  • During the day, the only light comes from candles.
  • If it rains, performances will be cancelled.
  • The majority of the audience watch plays standing up.
  • You have to dress like people did in Shakespeare's time.
Find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • A couple would pay £50 for tickets in the seated area.
  • If you saw Romeo and Juliet today, Juliet would be played by a boy.
  • You may get cold and wet while watching a play.
  • You won't hear electric guitars or keyboards at the Globe.