Friends Who (What) are your friends? How are your friend? Why do you become friends?
Hello, I am Jill. I am new here. I have some new friends now. Today Danny comes to my home.
Who is Jill’s friend? Who is Danny’s friend? Tom is Jill’s friend. Peter and his sister Sally are Danny’s friends. 1 2 3 Peter Sally Tom
What does Tom have? He has a green T-shirt. He has a pair of blue shorts. He has… And he has a pair of sneaks. He looks so cool in this pair of sneaks.
Sally She has a ________ vest. She has a pink _________. She has a pair of _____________ And she has a pair of ______________. She looks so beautiful in the __________.. Peter has … He looks so …in the ….
Among all the pictures , I like this one best. It is autumn. I have a red sweater. I have a pair of jeans. I look so young and energetic today. Who looks cool, who looks beautiful around you? He/ She has.. He/ She looks…
Listen and answer • What’s my friend’s name? • His name’s Tom. • How is my friend? • He’s tall and thin. • What does he have? • He has a green T-shirt and • a pair of blue shorts. • What can he do? • He can skate.
What do you know about Danny’s friends? I have two friends. They are… Peter has.. He can… Sally has.. She can…
I’d like to introduce my old good friend to you. What do you want to know about my friend? Is your friend a boy or a girl? How is he/ she? What does he/she have? What can he/she do?
My friend’s a girl. She is young. She is not very tall. She has long hair. She has a pair of glasses. She has a dark blue coat. She has a light blue scarf. They match well. She looks so elegant today. She can speak English well. We often share teaching ideas together and help each other. We are good friends. How does my friend look? What does she have? What can she do? Why do we become friends? Friends share. Friends help.
My good friend My friend is … He/ She has.. …looks… …can… We are friends because…