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PRACTICE BOOK. CAN DO 2. Good friends. Can you ask for a favour?. 1. Match the pictures and the request. Can you buy some milk?. Can you help put the shopping away?. Can you take the dog for a walk?. Can you tidy your bedroom?. 1. Match the pictures and the request.

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Practice book

PRACTICE BOOK

CAN DO 2


Good friends

Good friends

Can you ask for a favour?


1 match the pictures and the request

1. Match the pictures and the request

Can you buy some milk?

Can you help put the shopping away?

Can you take the dog for a walk?

Can you tidy your bedroom?


1 match the pictures and the request1

1. Match the pictures and the request

Can you buy some milk?


1 match the pictures and the request2

1. Match the pictures and the request

Can you help put the shopping away?


1 match the pictures and the request3

1. Match the pictures and the request

Can you take the dog for a walk?


1 match the pictures and the request4

1. Match the pictures and the request

Can you tidy your bedroom?


2 put the dialogues in order

2. Put the dialogues in order.

LENNY : I’m sorry, I can’t.

I’m really busy now.

JAKE : Can you help me do my

Maths homework?

JAKE : That’s OK.


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JAKE : Can you help me do my

Maths homework?

LENNY : I’m sorry, I can’t.

I’m really busy now.

JAKE : That’s OK.


2 put the dialogues in order1

2. Put the dialogues in order.

LENNY : Can you do me a favour?

LENNY : Can you mend my bike?

LENNY : It’s got a puncture.

CARLA : OK, I’ll mend it.

CARLA : Well, it depends.

CARLA : What’s wrong with it?


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LENNY : Can you do me a favour?

CARLA : Well, it depends.

LENNY : Can you mend my bike?

CARLA : What’s wrong with it?

LENNY : It’s got a puncture.

CARLA : OK, I’ll mend it.


2 put the dialogues in order2

2. Put the dialogues in order.

SUE : Can you buy some bread?

SUE : John!

JOHN : Oh, no!

BILL : Sorry I’m busy.

Why don’t you ask John ?


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SUE : Can you buy some bread ?

BILL : Sorry I’m busy.

Why don’t you ask John ?

SUE : John!

JOHN : Oh, no!


3 write sentences with can you or could you

3. Write sentences with can you or could you.

  • Ask your teacher to correct your homework.

Could you correct my homework, please ?


3 write sentences with can you or could you1

3. Write sentences with can you or could you.

  • Ask your friend to lend you a Euro.

Can you lend me a Euro ?


3 write sentences with can you or could you2

3. Write sentences with can you or could you.

  • Ask your parents to take you to an amusement park.

Could you take me to an amusement park, please ?


3 write sentences with can you or could you3

3. Write sentences with can you or could you.

  • Ask your friend to lend you a pencil.

Could you lend me a pencil, please ?


4 where are they there are two extra answers

4. Where are they ? There are two extra answers

  • At a birthday party.

  • At a petrol station.

  • At the airport.

  • At a restaurant.


4 where are they there are two extra answers1

4. Where are they ? There are two extra answers

b. At a petrol station.


4 where are they there are two extra answers2

4. Where are they ? There are two extra answers

c. At the airport.


Good friends1

Good friends

Can you compare animals ?


1 complete the sentences

1. Complete the sentences.

big fast noisy quiet short small strong tall good


1 complete the sentences1

1. Complete the sentences.

big fast noisy quiet short small strong tall good

a. Weightlifters are strong.


1 complete the sentences2

1. Complete the sentences.

big fast noisy quiet short small tall good

b. Basketball players are tall but

jockeys are usually short.

tall

short


1 complete the sentences3

1. Complete the sentences.

big fast noisy quiet small good

c. Discos are noisy but

libraries are usually quiet.

noisy

quiet


1 complete the sentences4

1. Complete the sentences.

big fast small good

d. 100–metre runners are

very fast.


1 complete the sentences5

1. Complete the sentences.

big small good

e. Godzilla is big but hobbits

are small.

big

small


1 complete the sentences6

1. Complete the sentences.

good

f. Cats are good pets.

You don’t have to clean

them everyday.


2 unscramble the sentences

2. Unscramble the sentences.

a. is / a / than / a / quieter / . /

fish / parrot

A fish is quieter than a parrot.


2 unscramble the sentences1

2. Unscramble the sentences.

b. are / than / . / cleaner / cats /

dog

Cats are cleaner than dogs.


2 unscramble the sentences2

2. Unscramble the sentences.

c. mouse / smaller / . / cat / a / than / is / a

A mouse is smaller than a cat.


2 unscramble the sentences3

2. Unscramble the sentences.

d. better / . / dogs / monkeys / pets / than / are

Dogs are better pets than monkeys .


3 compare the animals

3. Compare the animals.

a. A cheetah is faster than a lion.


3 compare the animals1

3. Compare the animals.

b. A zebra is not taller

than a giraffe.


3 compare the animals2

3. Compare the animals.

c. A whale is heavier than

an elephant.


3 compare the animals3

3. Compare the animals.

d. A gorilla is stronger

than a monkey.


3 compare the animals4

3. Compare the animals.

e. A boa is longer than

a coral snake.


4 compare their basketball skills

4. Compare their basketball skills


5 complete the puzzle

5. Complete the puzzle.

a. This is a very heavy, grey animal.


5 complete the puzzle1

5. Complete the puzzle.

b. This animal is smaller

than a gorilla.


5 complete the puzzle2

5. Complete the puzzle.

c. A cheetah is faster than this yellow cat.


5 complete the puzzle3

5. Complete the puzzle.

d. This big animal lives in water. It’s heavier than an elephant.


5 complete the puzzle4

5. Complete the puzzle.

e. This animal is stronger than a monkey.


5 complete the puzzle5

5. Complete the puzzle.

f. This is a black and white animal.


5 complete the puzzle6

5. Complete the puzzle.

g. This cat is faster than a lion or a tiger.


5 complete the puzzle7

5. Complete the puzzle.

h. This is a big, strong fish. The white kindis bigger than the blue kind.


5 complete the puzzle8

5. Complete the puzzle.

i. This animal is taller than an elephant.


5 complete the puzzle9

5. Complete the puzzle.

Secret animal

POLAR BEAR


Reading pets and responsibility

Reading : pets and responsibility

  • Write the initial sentences.

    a. What sort of pet could

    you have ?

    b. Have you got the time ?

    c. How much will it cost ?

    d. Do you really want to

    have a pet ?

    e. Think about it first.

Adj. = เริ่มต้น, แรก


Reading pets and responsibility1

Reading : pets and responsibility

a. What sort of pet could

you have ?.................................3

b. Have you got the time ?..............5

c. How much will it cost ?................4

d. Do you really want to

have a pet ?...............................1

e. Think about it first…………………….2


2 tick the true statements

2. Tick () the true statements.

a. Pets can be expensive.

1. Do you really want to have a pet ? Having a pet takes time, money and patience. A pet will change your life.

patience

= n.

ความอดทน


2 tick the true statements1

2. Tick () the true statements.

b. Dogs are not very clean pets.

2. Think about it first. Before you get a pet, think carefully about why you want an animal. Pet ownership is great fun but big responsibility.

ownership

= n.

ความเป็นเจ้าของ


2 tick the true statements2

2. Tick () the true statements.

b. Dogs are not very clean pets.

  • Is clean houseor flat very important for you ? Then don’t get a cat or a dog. They leave hairs everywhere.

  • Having a pet has unpleasant like cleaning up after them.


2 tick the true statements3

2. Tick () the true statements.

b. Dogs are not very clean pets.

  • Talk to your family about it before you bring pet home.

3. What sort of pet could you have ?

Before choosing a pet, think about your lifestyle and where you live.


2 tick the true statements4

2. Tick () the true statements.

c. Cats need love.

  • Cats and dogs like to spend time outside. It doesn’t make sense to have a dog if you live in a small flat or cats if you live on a busy main road.


2 tick the true statements5

2. Tick () the true statements.

c. Cats need love.

  • Is there a baby, a young child or grandparent living with you ?

  • Can you give your animal a good home for all their life ?

  • Do you often go away on holiday ?


2 tick the true statements6

2. Tick () the true statements.

d. Dogs do not need a lot of attention.

4. How much will it cost ?

Food, equipment, housing, veterinary bills and insurance are expensive.


2 tick the true statements7

2. Tick () the true statements.

d. Dogs do not need a lot of attention.

  • It is expensive to keep an average-sized dog (around £1,000 a year in the UK).

  • Most pets need regular vaccinations, veterinary checks and special food.


2 tick the true statements8

2. Tick () the true statements.

e. Cats are more independent than dog.

5. Have you got the time ?

The type of animal you choose depends on the amount of time you can spend with it.


2 tick the true statements9

2. Tick () the true statements.

e. Cats are more independent than dog.

f. Cats don’t need friends.

  • Dogs need regular walks and a lot of attention.

  • Cats are more independent but can get lonely.


2 tick the true statements10

2. Tick () the true statements.

e. Cats are more independent than dog.

f. Cats don’t need friends.

All animals need a regular routine and lots of love and attention. But most importantly, pets need owners who are going to stay interestedin them all their lives.


2 tick the true statements11

2. Tick () the true statements.

If you are sure you can give an animal a good home, there are thousands in animal protection centres throughout England.


Writing descriptions with adjectives

Writing : descriptions with adjectives.

1. Read and circle the descriptive adjectives.

My pet’s name is Max.

He’s a beautiful German

shepherd.


Writing descriptions with adjectives1

Writing : descriptions with adjectives.

My pet’s name is Max.

He’s a beautiful German

shepherd.


Writing descriptions with adjectives2

Writing : descriptions with adjectives.

When Max was a puppy, he

was small and furry.

We played with him all the

time. Now he’s five years old

and is bigger and stronger.

He barks at people he doesn’t

know, but he is very friendly

and never attacks or bites.


Writing descriptions with adjectives3

Writing : descriptions with adjectives.

When Max was a puppy, he

was small and furry.

We played with him all the

time. Now he’s five years old

and is bigger and stronger.

He barks at people he doesn’t

know, but he is very friendly

and never attacks or bites.


Writing descriptions with adjectives4

Writing : descriptions with adjectives.

We take him out three times a

day. I usually take him out in

the evening. I walk him on his

lead and I always clean up

after him. I love him very

much because he’s by best

friend.


Writing descriptions with adjectives5

Writing : descriptions with adjectives.

We take him out three times a

day. I usually take him out in

the evening. I walk him on his

lead and I always clean up

after him. I love him very

much because he’s by best

friend.


Check your progress

Check your progress.

1. Say “no” politely and give an excuse.

a. Can you tidy your bedroom, please?

Sorry, I have to do my homework.


Check your progress1

Check your progress.

1. Say “no” politely and give an excuse.

b. Can you buy some bread on your way

to school?

Sorry, I have to go to football practice.


Check your progress2

Check your progress.

1. Say “no” politely and give an excuse.

c. Can you help me paint the bathroom?

Sorry, I have a terrible headache.


Check your progress3

Check your progress.

1. Say “no” politely and give an excuse.

d. Can you record tonight’s football

match for me?

Sorry, my VCR is broken.


2 complete the sentences with comparatives

2. Complete the sentences with comparatives.

heavy small big fast tall quiet

  • My brother is taller than my sister.

  • She’s really short.


2 complete the sentences with comparatives1

2. Complete the sentences with comparatives.

heavy small big fast tall quiet

b. An airplane is faster than a car.

Airplanes can fly at 1,000 kph.


2 complete the sentences with comparatives2

2. Complete the sentences with comparatives.

heavy small big fast tall quiet

c. The ocean is bigger than a swimming pool.


2 complete the sentences with comparatives3

2. Complete the sentences with comparatives.

heavy small big fast tall quiet

d. You are heavierthan Shania.

She’s quite thin


2 complete the sentences with comparatives4

2. Complete the sentences with comparatives.

heavy small big fast tall quiet

e. A cat is smaller than a tiger.

Tigers are enormous


2 complete the sentences with comparatives5

2. Complete the sentences with comparatives.

heavy small big fast tall quiet

f. A hamster is quieter than a parrot.

They’re really noisy.


3 compare the two cities

3. Compare the two cities.

a. cool

London is cooler than Sao Paulo.


3 compare the two cities1

3. Compare the two cities.

b. wet

Sao Paulois wetter than London.


3 compare the two cities2

3. Compare the two cities.

c. hot

Sao Paulo is hotter than London.


3 compare the two cities3

3. Compare the two cities.

d. dry

London is dryer than Sao Paulo.


4 which word does not belong in each group

4. Which word does not belong in each group ?

a. cat hamster dog cheetah

b. good pretty clean ugly

c. shark lizard dolphin whale

d. lead cage bowl bike

e. storks foxes parrots chickens


4 which word does not belong in each group1

4. Which word does not belong in each group ?

a. cat hamster dog cheetah

b. good pretty clean ugly

c. shark lizard dolphin whale

d. lead cage bowl bike

e. storks foxes parrots chickens


5 write why they don t belong

5. Write why they don’t belong.

animal / equipment / birds / in the water /

negative / a pet

  • A cheetah is not a pet.

  • Ugly is a negative word.

  • A lizard doesn’t live in the water.

  • A bike isn’t animal equipment.

  • Foxes are not birds.


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