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Learn English with this fun course for complete beginners. Simple exercises and lively audio will have you speaking and reading more than 500 words in no time! PLEASE NOTE - this is a replica of the print book and you will need paper and a pen or pencil to complete the exercises.

The perfect introduction to English vocabulary and grammar, English for Everyone Junior: Beginner's Course provides children aged 6-9 with the support they need as they take the first steps towards learning English as a foreign language.

Equally effective for home study or the classroom, this carefully leveled English-language course assumes no previous knowledge of English. It takes children through the basics of the language, helping them use and understand elementary English clearly and confidently.

Vocabulary is taught through attractive illustrations and reinforced with audio resources. Each language/grammar point is explained in a dedicated panel, accompanied by clear examples of how it's used, and reinforced by exercises. At the back, there is a handwriting guide, grammar overview, and a glossary of language terms used throughout the book.

Building on the worldwide success of the English for Everyone series, the Junior Beginner's Course contains everything a child needs to acquire a firm grasp of English in a fun and interactive way.

File: American Edition, partly with OCR

Рік:
2020
Видавництво:
DK, Dorling Kindersley
Мова:
english
Сторінки:
256
ISBN 13:
9781465492302
Серії:
English for Everyone
Файл:
PDF, 106,77 MB

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Rodrigues Matavele
it is a very goog book. loved it
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It's adorable and great for kids. I'm gonna use it to teach and I'm very happy with this material. I will definitely get a printed copy when I am able.
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Authors
Thomas Booth worked for 10 years as an English teacher in Poland,
Romania, and Russia. He now lives in England, where he works as an
editor and English-language materials writer. He has contributed to a
number of books in the English for Everyone series.
Ben Ffrancon Davies is a freelance writer and translator. He writes
textbooks and study guides on a wide range of subjects, including ELT,
music, and literature. He also works on general nonfiction books for
children and adults. Ben studied Medieval and Modern Languages at the
University of Oxford, and has taught English in France and Spain.

Course consultant
Susannah Reed is an experienced author and educational consultant,
specializing in Primary ELT materials. She has taught in Spain and the
UK and has worked in educational publishing for over 20 years,
as both a publisher and a writer of ELT course books
for children around the world.

Language consultant
Professor Susan Barduhn is an English-language teacher, teacher trainer,
and author who has contributed to numerous publications. She has been
President of the International Association of Teachers of English as a
Foreign Language and an adviser to the British Council and the
US State Department. She is currently a Professor at the
School of International Training in Vermont.

FO R E V E RYO N E

JUNIOR

BEGINNER’S COURSE

FR E E AU D I O
website and app

www.dkefe.com/junior/us

Project Editor Thomas Booth
Senior Art Editor Elaine Hewson
Editors Elizabeth Blakemore,
Sarah Edwards, Laura Sandford
Illustrator Dan Crisp
Designers / Illustrators Chrissy Barnard, Amy Child,
Shahid Mahmood, Lynne Moulding, Annabel Schick,
Kevin Sharpe, Rhys Thomas, Bianca Zambrea
Assistant Art Editor Adhithi Priya
Managing Editor Christine Stroyan
Managing Art Editor Anna Hall
Jacket Designer Surabhi Wadhwa
Jacket Design Development Manager Sophia MTT
Producer, Pre-production Robert Dunn
Senior Producer Jude Crozier
Publisher Andrew Macintyre
Art Director Karen Self
Publishing Director Jonathan Metcalf
First Ame; rican Edition, 2020
Published in the United States by DK Publishing
1450 Broadway, Suite 801, New York, NY 10018
Copyright © 2020 Dorling Kindersley Limited
DK, a Division of Penguin Random House LLC
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All rights reserved.
Without limiting the rights under the copyright reserved above,
no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in or
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or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
recording, or otherwise), without the prior
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Published in Great Britain by Dorling Kindersley Limited
A catalog record for this book
is available from the Library of Congress.
ISBN 978-1-4654-9230-2
Printed and bound in China
A WORLD OF IDEAS:
SEE ALL THERE IS TO KNOW
www.dk.com

Contents
About the course

6

My friends

10

At school

16

Our classroom

22

My things

28

Our favorite animals

38

This is my family

48

This is my room

58

Review: This is me

68

At the fair

70

Our pets

78

My body

88

Our party clothes

172

Our town

98

Our day at the beach

182

My home

108

Lunchtime

190

Review: Where I live

118

At the park

200

On the farm

120

My day

208

Sports

130

Review: Me and my day

220

At the food market

142

At the toy store
Our hobbies
Review: What I like

The alphabet
Handwriting guide
152 Grammar guide
Answers
162
Grammar index
170 Word list

222
223
228
234
249
250

About the course
English for Everyone Junior: Beginner’s Course is an entry-level
English course for children. The course is divided into 26 units:
22 teaching units and 4 review units. There is audio for all the units.

Our characters

A group of six friends—Maria, Sofia, Ben,
Andy, Sara, and Max—help present new
language in a natural and friendly way.

Unit structure

On the farm

Each teaching unit starts
with a scene that shows
new vocabulary, followed
by vocabulary exercises.
The child then studies
and practices three or four
grammar rules.

Listen and read.

Match the pictures
to the correct words.

Listen, point, and repeat.
Count the sheep.

10

pig

2

tractor
11

5

13

goat

16

horse

donkey

15

pond

7

12

barn

sheep

14

6

duck

8

chicken

bee

tail

Now listen and repeat.
121

120

1

New vocabulary

123

They’re in
the pond.

Vocabulary practice

All new vocabulary is practiced.
The child might be asked to
match vocabulary to pictures
or spell individual words.
Read the story. Then look at the picture and write the
correct words in the spaces.

Listen and read.

Listen and match the questions to the correct answers.

Listen and read.

Now listen and repeat.

122

2

An illustrated scene presents
vocabulary in a clear context.
The child listens to and repeats
each new word in turn.

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers in the spaces.

Look at the pictures and write the words in the correct
place on the crossword.

field

tree

4

Look at the pictures and
write the letters in the
correct order.

Write the correct words
next to the pictures.

cow

9
1

3

the sun

They’r e in front of the barn.
They’r e in the field.
They’r e in the barn.
They’r e in the pond.
They’r e next to the pond.
They’r e under the tree.

Listen and sing.

How it works

To ask about the number of
people, animals, or things,
say How many.

Add are there
at the end of
the question.

Use How many to
ask about the number
of people, animals, or
things there are. Add the
plural form of the thing
you’re asking about,
followed by are there.

How it works
Say are when you
ask about two or
more things.

in

Now listen and repeat.
Say this when there
are two or more.

To answer the
question, begin
with They’re.

Say this when
there’s only one.

Then add a preposition,
such as in or on,
followed by the place.

To ask about the
location of two or more
things, say Where are,
then add the thing you
are asking about in its
plural form. We often
put the before
the noun.

Where are the ducks?
They’re in the pond!
Where are the goats?
They’re in the field!

Say the name,
animal, or thing,
followed by is or ’s.

Add a preposition, such
as next to or under,
and then the place.

Where are the cows?
They’re in the barn!
If you are talking about two
or more of something, use are.

Where are the animals?
They’re on my farm!

How it works
To describe where something is, first say the
name of the thing, followed by is, ’s, or are.
Then add a preposition, followed by the place.
The goat is

125

124

3

New grammar

Most teaching units contain
three grammar rules. The
grammar is first explained
and then practiced.
6

127

126

4

New grammar

More grammar is explained
and practiced. Many units also
have a song to practice new
grammar and vocabulary.

are

is

is

5

are

in

are

Now listen and read.

The goat’s
129

128

New grammar

More grammar is explained and
practiced. Throughout the whole
unit, new vocabulary is repeated
and recycled to help the child.

Audio
English for Everyone Junior: Beginner’s
Course features extensive supporting audio
materials. Listening to and repeating the
audio recordings will help the child master
the pronunciation and stress patterns of
English, as well as help them plant new
language in their memory.
Register at www.dkefe.com/junior/us
to access the audio materials for free. Each
file can be played, paused, and repeated as
often as you like.

All vocabulary scenes, grammar
explanations, songs, and listening
exercises have accompanying audio.
Clicking on the corresponding number
on the app will play the relevant
audio file.
Most exercises have accompanying
audio. After completing an exercise,
the child should listen to the correct
answer and then repeat it out loud.

F R E E AU D I O

website and app

www.dkefe.com/junior/us

Review: This is me

Write about yourself and draw your family.

Listen and read.

My name’s
I’m

My name’s Ben.
I’m eight years old.
My favorite animal is a penguin.
My favorite color is green.
I have a tennis racket.
I don’t have a baseball bat.

This is my family.

This is my family.

Review units

.
years old.
.
.
.
.

My favorite animal
is a
My favorite color is
I have a
I don’t have a

69

68

The alphabet

Handwriting guide

The English alphabet has 26 letters. Listen to the audio and
repeat each letter. Then listen to the song and sing.
Use a capital letter for the
first letter of a sentence,
people’s names, and the
days of the week.

Four review units provide the child with a chance to
read a text incorporating vocabulary and grammar
from recent units in the course. The child then writes
a personalized answer based on this text.

To practice writing English letters, start at the red dot
and then follow the arrows.

Alphabet and handwriting guide

Use lower-case letters
the rest of the time.

222

223

The course includes a presentation of the English
alphabet, together with a guide explaining how to
form each letter. The child has space to practice
the formation of each letter.

Grammar guide
To be

The present continuous

Have

Use to be to talk about yourself and
describe people and things.
Negative

Negative

I am / I’m

I’m not

I have

I don’t have

You aren’t

You have

You don’t have

He is / He’s

He isn’t

He has

He doesn’t have

She has

She doesn’t have

It is / It’s

It isn’t

It has

It doesn’t have

We are / We’re

We aren’t

We have

We don’t have

She is / She’s

She isn’t

You are / You’re

You aren’t

They are / They’re

They aren’t

Can

Positive

You have

You don’t have

They have

They don’t have

The present simple

Use can to talk about things you are
able to do.

228

Positive

Negative

Negative

I am walking / I’m walking

I’m not walking

You are walking / You’re walking

You aren’t walking

He is walking / He’s walking

He isn’t walking

She is walking / She’s walking

She isn’t walking

It is walking / It’s walking

It isn’t walking

We are walking / We’re walking

We aren’t walking

You are walking / You’re walking

You aren’t walking

They are walking / They’re walking

They aren’t walking

Question words

Use the present simple to talk about opinions
or things people do every day.
Positive

Grammar guide

Use the present continuous to talk about things people are doing now.

Use have to talk about things
you own.

Positive
Positive
You are / You’re

Negative

Use question words such as what, who, where, and when to ask questions that
can’t be answered with yes or no.
Question word

Example question

Example answer

What
Which
Who
Whose
When

What’s that?
Which animal is big?
Who’s that?
Whose camera is this?
When do you go to school?

It’s a crocodile.
The dog is big.
It’s Ben.
It’s mine.
I go to school in the morning.

Where
How
How many

Where’s the cat?
How old are you?
How many ducks are there?

It’s under the table.
I’m nine years old.
There are five.

Why

Why do you like soccer?

It’s fun!
229

The key grammar taught in the English for Everyone
Junior: Beginner’s Course, together with common verbs
and useful expressions, is presented in a clear and
systematic way in the Grammar guide.
7

Learning new vocabulary
Each unit opens with an illustrated scene showing new vocabulary.
The parent or teacher should supervise the child as they listen to
the audio on the website or the app and encourage them to point
at and repeat each item of vocabulary.
1

2

First, click on the
corresponding unit number
(here Unit 15) on your screen.
Then, click on the exercise
number, followed by Play all.

The child hears the title of
the unit, followed by a short
dialogue that sets the scene.
After this, the audio plays
each new word in turn.

On the farm
Listen, point, and repeat.
Count the sheep.

10

9
1

pig

2

tractor
11

3

5

field

13

goat

16

horse

donkey

15

pond

7

12

barn

sheep

14

6

Write the correct words
next to the pictures.

cow

tree

4

the sun

duck

8

chicken

bee

tail

121

120

3

The audio stops for a
few seconds after each
new word. The child
should repeat the word
during this pause.

8

After listening to the full
audio, the child can copy
each word on the dotted line
beneath it. The word can be
listened to again if wished.

4

A short exercise
tests some of the new
words that the child
has just learned.

5

Learning new grammar
New grammar is explained with the help of a simple dialogue set
within an illustrated scene. The child should listen to this dialogue
before going on to look more closely at the example sentences
together with the teacher or parent.
1

First, click on the
corresponding number on your
screen (here 15.7). The child will
then hear a short dialogue.

Listen and read.

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers in the spaces.

How it works

To ask about the number of
people, animals, or things,
say How many.

Add are there
at the end of
the question.

Use How many to
ask about the number
of people, animals, or
things there are. Add the
plural form of the thing
you’re asking about,
followed by are there.
Now listen and repeat.

Say this when there
are two or more.

Say this when
there’s only one.

125

124

Sentences from the dialogue
are then broken down into simple
parts, with new language in
colored or highlighted text. Read
through each sentence (and
the explanation) with the child.

2

Further information about
the grammar for the teacher
or parent is included in the
How it works box.

3

The child then practices
the new grammar and
vocabulary in an exercise.
After this, they can check
the answers at the back of
the book and listen to (and
repeat) an audio recording
of each answer.

4

9

My friends
Listen to the children.

10

11

Listen and read.

Hello is a
greeting.

This is what you
say when you ask
a person what he
or she is named.
To reply, say I’m,
followed by your name.

How it works
I’m is short for I am. It is the first person
singular form of the verb to be.
In English, we often use short forms
like I’m when we are speaking.
I am
name is

I’m
name’s

Or, instead of I’m, you
can say My name’s,
followed by your name.

Listen and match the pictures to the names.

12

Listen and read.

Hi is also
a greeting.

To ask someone
how they are
feeling, say this.

Remember to thank
the person for asking.

13

Listen, point, and repeat.

1

6

one

six

2

7

two

3

three

4

four

5

five

seven

8

eight

9

nine

10

ten

Count and write the correct numbers under the pictures.

Now listen and repeat.
14

Listen and read.

To ask someone his
or her age, say this.

How it works
In English, the verb to be is used
to talk about someone’s age.
We say I’m eight, not
I have eight.

To tell someone your age, say I’m,
followed by a number. You can
also add years old afterward.

Listen and write the correct answers in the spaces.

15

At school
Listen, point, and repeat.
numbers

2

1

3

letters

playground

4

teacher

6

16

5

board

classmate

Match the pictures
to the correct words.

7

alphabet
8

9

tablet

cupboard

10

book

17

Listen, point, and repeat.

18

1

look

5

add

9

ask

2

6

10

find

3

listen

open

7

close

answer

11

sit down

4

8

12

show

pick up

stand up

Look at the pictures and circle the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

19

Listen and read.

Say her when you
ask about a girl or
woman’s name.

To reply, say Her or His
name’s and then add
the person’s name.

Say his when you
ask about a boy
or man’s name.

How it works
Her and his are possessive adjectives. Use
her to talk about things that belong to
a girl or woman. Use his to talk about
things that belong to a boy or man.

20

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.
21

Our classroom
Listen, point, and repeat.
1

write

Good morning, class.

2

read

3

count

Let’s study English!

22

Match the pictures
to the correct words.
4

play

5

7
6

paint

spell

draw

23

Listen and read.

How it works
Let’s is a way of inviting
other people to do something
with you. Say let’s, followed
by an activity.
Say Let’s, then
add the activity
you’re suggesting.

Listen and sing.

24

Look at the pictures and check off the correct sentences.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and write the correct words in the spaces.

25

Listen, point, and repeat.

1

eleven

6

sixteen

twelve

3

thirteen

4

fourteen

5

fifteen

seventeen

8

eighteen

9

nineteen

10

twenty

2

7

Match the numbers to the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

26

Listen and read.

Add an s to the end of
the word when there are
two or more things.

How it works

Twelve books.

To make the plural for most words
in English, add an s to the
end of the word.

Look at the pictures and check off the correct answers.

Now listen and repeat.
27

My things
Listen, point, and repeat.
Count the pencils.
1

Write the correct words
next to the pictures.

2

pink

book

4
3

crayon

5
7
6

paper

ball
8

28

notepad

pen

eraser

10

red
11

9

book pack

purple
12

13

14

white

ruler

brown
15

18

17
16

apple

yellow
19

green

blue

orange
22

21
20

black

gray

pencil

23

watch

29

Match the colors to the
correct words.

Read the words and check
off the correct pictures.

gray

Now listen and repeat.
30

Now listen and repeat.

There are six words. Mark the beginning and end of each word
and write them below.

Now listen and repeat.

31

Listen and read.

Use It’s to talk about a
thing or an animal, but
not a person.
To ask about
one thing, first
say What’s.

To ask about
something near
you, say this.

How it works
Ask What’s this? when you want somebody
to identify a thing that is near you.
When answering, say It’s a, followed by the
thing or animal you’re talking about.
What is
It is
32

What’s
It’s

When the next word
begins with a, e, i, o, or u,
put an before it.

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers in the spaces.
It’s a watch.

It’s a book.

It’s an apple.

It’s an eraser.

Now listen and repeat.

33

Listen and read.

To ask about
two or more
things, say
What are.

Use these to
ask about
things that
are near you.

How it works
What are these? is the plural form
of What’s this? Use it to ask about
two or more things near you.
The answer doesn’t need a or an
They are

34

They’re

Use They’re to
describe two
or more things.

Remember to add an s
to talk about two or
more of something.

Look at the pictures and
write the correct words
in the spaces.

Listen and sing.

crayons
pencils
rulers
erasers notepads

Now listen and repeat.
35

Listen and read.
What color is
the ball?

What color is this?

What color is the ball?

What color is

What color is
You can say this instead
of the thing’s name.

Put the before the
name of the thing.

The ball is
Use is before
the color.

How it works
This question uses the definite article
the. Use the when talking about a
specific example of a thing.
36

You can say It
instead of repeating
the thing’s name.

Listen and color in
the pictures.

Look at the pictures
and write the correct
answers in the spaces.

What color is the crayon?

What color is this?

What color is the pen?

What color is this?

What color is the watch?

Now listen and repeat.
37

Our favorite animals
Listen, point, and repeat.
What color is the frog?
1

zebra

2

3

4

6

lion

elephant

5

hippo

parrot
7

9

8

tiger

monkey

bear
10

38

giraffe

frog

11

snake

12

polar bear

14

15

13

bird

Write the correct
words under the
pictures.

whale

penguin

16

crocodile

17

lizard

39

Look at the pictures and check off the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Match the pictures to the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

40

Listen and check off the
correct pictures.

Listen and sing.

41

Listen and read.

How it works
When asking about something
near you, say What’s this?
To ask about something that is
not near you, say What’s that?
To answer the question, say
It’s a and add the name of
the thing.

42

Use that to ask
about a thing that
is not near you.

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.
43

Listen and read.

Use those to ask about
two or more things that
are not near you.

Use They’re to
talk about two
or more things.

How it works
When asking about two or more things that are not near
you, say What are those? To answer, say They’re and
add the name of the things. Remember to use the plural
form of the thing you are talking about.

44

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

45

Listen and read.
What’s your
favorite animal?
My favorite
animal is a tiger!

What’s your favorite animal?

What’s your favorite
Use this question to ask someone
which thing they like best.

My favorite
How it works
You can also use this
question to ask about
other things, such as a
favorite food or color.

46

Remember to use
an if the word begins
with a, e, i, o, or u.

Listen and match the names to the correct animals.

My favorite animal
is a bear.
What’s your
favorite animal?

47

This is my family
Listen, point, and repeat.
Find the giraffes.

1

my family

2

4

6

48

my grandmother/
grandma

my father/dad

my brother

5

7

my sister

3

my grandfather/
grandpa

my mother/mom

8

me

Match the pictures to the correct words.

my mom

9

my uncle

10

my aunt

11

my cousin
49

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

my brother

my dad

me

my sister

my mom

Now listen and repeat.
50

Look at the pictures and circle the correct words.

mom / grandpa
Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the words in the correct place on
the crossword.

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Listen and read.

To ask who
a person is,
use Who’s.

To talk
about a boy or
man, use He’s.

If the person
is near you,
use this.

Use my to talk
about someone who
is related to you.

How it works
Who is the question word used to ask about
people. He’s and She’s are third person singular
forms of the verb to be. Use he to talk about males
and she to talk about females.

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Who is
He is
She is

Who’s
He’s
She’s

If the person is not
near you, use that.

To talk about a girl
or woman, use She’s.

Look at the pictures and write the correct questions
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen and read.

Use Is she
to ask about a
girl or woman.

Use your to ask if
someone is related
to the person you’re
talking to.

You can answer
Yes or Yes, she is.

Use Is he to ask
about a boy or man.

You can answer
No or No, he isn’t.

How it works
To ask a question using the verb to be,
put is before he or she.
Your is the possessive adjective to say
that something belongs to the person
you’re talking to.
Is not
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Isn’t

Look at the pictures and check off the correct answers.

Is she your mom?

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen, point, and repeat.

1

teacher

2

5

chef

vet

3

6

police officer

farmer

4

7

doctor

firefighter

Listen and read.

Use a before
the person’s job.

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Match the pictures to the correct jobs.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and sing.

My dad is a teacher,
my mom is a vet,
Grandpa’s a doctor,
and Grandma’s a chef!

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This is my room
Listen, point, and repeat.
Find the purple car.

1

2

poster

computer
3

mouse
5

keyboard

4

6

7

toy box
9

10

car
11

12

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camera

rug

lamp

chair

desk
8

doll

13

14

Write the correct words
next to the pictures.

bed

teddy bear

16
15

17

18

ball

baseball bat

skateboard

tennis racket

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Match the pictures to the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.
60

Look at the pictures and write the
letters in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen and read.

Use This is to describe
a thing that is near you.

Use These are to describe two
or more things near you.

Use That’s to describe a
thing that is farther away.

Use Those are to describe
two or more things that
are farther away.

How it works

To talk about one thing that is near you, say this is.
Use these are when there are two or more things.
To talk about a thing that is farther away, say
that’s. Use those are if there are two or more things.
That is
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That’s

Look at the pictures and check off the correct sentences.

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.
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Listen and read.
I have
a desk.

I don’t have
a desk.

I have a desk.

I have

I don’t have

Say this to talk about
things you have.

Say this to talk about
things you don’t have.

How it works

To talk about things you own or
possess, use I have followed by
a or an, then the item.
To talk about things you don’t own
or possess, use I don’t have.
Do not

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Don’t

Look at the pictures and write the correct names in the spaces.

I have a desk.

I have a tennis racket.

I have a ball.

I don’t have a chair.

I have a baseball bat.

I don’t have a ball.

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen and read.
Do you have
a camera?

Yes, I do!
No, I don’t.

Do you have a camera?

Do you have
Put a or an
before the thing.

Say this to ask
if someone has
something.

I do.

I don’t.
You can answer
Yes or Yes, I do.

How it works

To ask if someone owns or possesses
something, use Do you have. You can
answer with just yes or no, but it’s better
to use a full sentence: Yes, I do or
No, I don’t.

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You can
answer No or
No, I don’t.

Listen and check off the correct answers.
Do you have a camera?

Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.

Do you have a car?

Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.

Do you have a computer?

Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.

Do you have a skateboard?

Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.

Listen and sing.

This is my toy box
and these are my toys,
I have a ball
and a skateboard, too.
Toys are fantastic!
Toys are cool!
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Review: This is me
Listen and read.

My name’s Ben.
I’m eight year s old.
nguin.
My favorite animal is a pe
My favorite color is green.
I have a tennis racket .
t.
I don’t have a baseball ba
T his is my family.

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Write about yourself and draw your family.

My name’s
I’m
My favorite animal
is a
My favorite color is
I have a
I don’t have a
T his is my family.

.
years old.
.
.
.
.

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At the fair
Listen, point, and repeat.
Find Andy.
Write the correct words next to the pictures.

1

2

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hungry

tired

3

thirsty

4

5

hot

6

7

8

sad

9

scared

cold

excited

happy
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Look at the pictures and check off the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Match the pictures to the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.
72

Look at the pictures and write
the letters in the correct order.

Listen and sing.

Now listen and repeat.
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Listen and read.

To talk about a group that
you’re part of, use We’re.

To talk about a group that
doesn’t include yourself or
the person you’re speaking
to, use They’re.

To say how strongly you (or other people) are feeling,
put really or very before the describing word (adjective).

How it works
We’re and they’re are examples of the present simple of the verb to be.
Put an adjective after the verb to be to describe how you (or other people)
are feeling. Putting really or very before the adjective makes it stronger.
We are
They are
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We’re
They’re

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

There are four sentences. Mark the beginning
and end of each one and write them below.

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen and read.

Are you can be used to talk to
one person or a group of people.

To ask about a group that
you’re not part of, use Are they.

To answer on behalf of
a group, say Yes, we
are or No, we aren’t.

To describe a group you’re
not part of, say Yes, they
are or No, they aren’t.

How it works
Are you and Are they are question forms of the verb to be.
Are not
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Aren’t

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.
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Our pets
Listen, point, and repeat.
Count the fish.
Match the pictures
to the correct
words.

Look! Andy
has a dog.

1

rabbit

2

tortoise

3

4

mouse

5

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collar

dog

6

7

spider

cat

8

9

fish

Listen, point, and repeat.

1

young

2

old

3

nice

4

scary

5

dirty

6

clean

7

beautiful

9

small

vet

8

big

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Write the correct words under the pictures.

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and check off the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

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Find and circle the five words in the grid.

Listen and sing.

I have a cat,
she’s black and small.
She likes to run
and play with a ball.

Maria has a tortoise,
his name is Socks.
He’s old and green
and he’s in this box.

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Listen and read.

Ben has a cat.

Ben ha

s

H e h as
Look!
Ben has a cat!
Sara has a fish!

Use He has to say
what a boy or man
owns or possesses.

Sara h
a

s

You can use the person’s
name instead of she or he.

Sh e h a
How it works
Use He has or She has to describe
what a person owns or possesses.
You can also use a person’s name
instead of he or she.

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s
Use She has to say
what a girl or woman
owns or possesses.

Listen and match the person to the correct pet.

Look at the pictures and write the correct animals
in the spaces.

He has a

She has a

.

.

Ben has a

.

Sara has a

.
Now listen and repeat.
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Listen and read.
Does Maria
have a tortoise?

Does she have a tortoise?

Does she have
Yes, she does!

Use these words to
ask if a girl or woman
has something.

she does.
You can say Yes
or Yes, she does.

Does Andy have a rabbit?

Does he have
No, he doesn’t.

You can also say the person’s
name instead of he or she.

he doesn’t.
You can say No
or No, he doesn’t.

How it works
To ask if someone owns or possesses something,
say Does she have or Does he have, followed
by the thing you’re asking about.
Does not

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Doesn’t

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers
in the spaces.
No, he doesn’t.

Yes, she does.

Does she have a tortoise?

No, she doesn’t.

Yes, he does.

Does she have a spider?

Yes, she does.
Does he have a mouse?

Does he have a rabbit?

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

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Listen and read.

This is
the question
word.

Put The before
the answer.

You can replace
the thing with one.

This is the thing
you’re asking about.

How it works
To ask a question about a specific thing from
a group, use the question word which. Put the
before the answer, unless it’s someone’s name.
Mouse has an
irregular plural form.
mouse
mice

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Look at the pictures and write the correct dog’s name
under the questions.

Now listen and repeat.

I have a tortoise.
Do you have a pet?

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My body
Listen, point, and repeat.
Who has long hair?
1

hair

2

3

nose

long hair

5

mouth

face

body

6

7

4

hand

9

11

fingers
toes

8

10

12

arm

leg

foot
13

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feet

Match the pictures to the correct words.

14

16

The robot
has red eyes.

head

15

short hair

eye

17

ear

18

teeth
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Look at the pictures and check off the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the words
in the correct place on the crossword.

90

Look at the pictures and write the letters in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.

91

Listen and read.
The robot
has red eyes!

It has three arms!

The robot has red eyes.
How it works

The robot has
Say this to describe the
features the robot has.

It has
You can use it
instead of the robot.

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Use it to talk about a thing,
an animal, or a place.
It has describes what features
an animal, a thing,
or a place possesses.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

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Listen and read.
Does it have
blue arms?

Yes, it does!

Does it have
green teeth?

No, it doesn’t!

Does it have blue arms?

Does it have
Say this to ask what features a
thing, an animal, or a place has.

it does.

it doesn’t.
You can answer No
or No, it doesn’t.

You can answer
Yes or Yes, it does.

How it works
To ask if a thing, an animal, or a place
possesses something, use Does it have, and then
the feature you are asking about.
Teeth is an
irregular plural.
tooth
teeth
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Look at the picture and check off the correct answers.
Does it have green teeth?
Yes, it does.
No, it doesn’t.
Does it have two ears?
Yes, it does.
No, it doesn’t.
Does it have purple eyes?
Yes, it does.
No, it doesn’t.
Does it have red teeth?
Yes, it does.
No, it doesn’t.
Does it have four legs?
Yes, it does.
No, it doesn’t.

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen, point, and repeat.

1

touch

2

clap

3

point

4

wave

5

move

Look at the pictures and write the correct words
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.
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Listen and sing.

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Our town
Listen, point, and repeat.
Count the cars.

2

1

airplane

airport

Write the correct
words next to
the pictures.
street

3

4

train
5

6

zoo

8
7

98

bike

park

bookstore

9

11

lake
10

12

15

17

boat

school

13

hospital

16

store
18

helicopter

truck

fire station

14

apartment block

house

19

car

20

bus

21

motorcycle

99

Look at the pictures and write the words
in the correct place on the crossword.

Match the pictures to the correct words.

motorcycle

airplane
Now listen and repeat.

100

Find and circle the five words in the grid.

Listen and sing.

101

Listen and read.

There are two bookstores.

How it works

Use There’s to say that
something is present.

two bookstores.
Use There are to talk
about two or more things.

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To say that a thing is
present, say There’s, followed
by a and the name of the
thing you’re talking about.
To talk about two or more
things, say There are,
followed by a number and
the plural form.

Look at the pictures and circle the correct words.

two trucks.

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen, point, and repeat.

1

in front of

2

behind

3

between

4

next to

Listen and read.

It’s in front of
the store.

It’s behind
the store.

How it works

Where is the question word to
ask where something is.

the store.
Prepositions, such as behind,
say where something is.
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To ask about a thing’s location,
say Where’s, followed by the
thing. To describe where it is,
say It’s, then add a preposition
and the location.
Prepositions, such as next to
or behind, describe the
location of something.
Where is

Where’s

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

the store.
Store

the store.

Where’s the apartment block?

park and the store.
Now listen and repeat.
105

Listen and read.

I live between
the bookstore
and the hospital.

How it works
Use the verb to live
to talk about where
your home is.
Say this to ask someone
where their home is.

Say this to
talk about
where your
home is.

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Use a preposition
to be more specific.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

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My home
Listen, point, and repeat.
Which room is next to the dining room?
Match the pictures to
the correct words.

bedroom

2

3

clock
4

13

14

1

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garden

plants

living room

television/TV

15

couch

5

wall

10

9

8

bathroom

bookcase

armchair

11

window

6

7

floor

16

20
19

kitchen

22

dining room

lights
23

17

door

bathtub

12

hall

mirror

21

flowers

refrigerator
24

25

18

table

chair

mat

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Look at the pictures and write the correct answers
in the spaces.
It’s a television.
It’s an armchair.
It’s a refrigerator.
It’s a door.
It’s a bookcase.
It’s a couch.

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the words
in the correct place on the crossword.

110

Look at the pictures and write the
letters in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.
111

Listen, point, and repeat.

1

in

2

on

3

under

Listen and read.

This word describes
where the cat is.

How it works
Use Where’s to ask about
someone or something’s location.
Prepositions, like in, on, and
under, describe the thing or
person’s location.
Where is

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Where’s

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

Listen and sing.

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Listen and read.

Use these words to
ask if something
is present.

Then add the
thing you’re
asking about.

You can answer Yes
or Yes, there is.

You can also mention
a specific place.

You can
answer No or
No, there isn’t.

How it works
Use Is there to ask if something is located
somewhere. Put a or an before the
thing you’re asking about.
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Look at the picture and write the correct answers
in the spaces.

Is there a bathtub in the bathroom?

Is there a couch in the living room?

Now listen and repeat.
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Listen and read.

Use these
words to ask
about two
or more things.

We use any after
Are there.

If the things are
present, say Yes or
Yes, there are.

If the things aren’t
present, say No or
No, there aren’t.

How it works
Use Are there to ask if two or more things are located somewhere.
When asking about two or more things, instead of
a or an, use any, followed by the plural form of the thing
you’re asking about.
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Look at the pictures and check off the correct answers.

Now listen and repeat.

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Review: Where I live
Listen and read.

y home
I’m Maria and this is m
next to a park .

. I live

dining room
a
s
e’
er
th
e,
m
o
h
y
m
In
bedrooms.
o
tw
re
a
e
er
h
T
.
en
ch
it
and a k
e’s a clock
er
h
T
.
m
o
ro
ed
b
y
m
is
T ha t
room.
ed
b
y
m
in
x
o
b
y
to
a
d
an
teddy bear.
y
m
is
y
to
te
ri
vo
fa
y
M

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Write about your home
and draw your bedroom.
I’m
I live

and this is my ho
me.
.

In my home, ther
e’s a
a
and
. T h er e a r e
T hat is my bedro
.
om. T here’s a
and a
in my bedroom.
My favorite toy is
my
.

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On the farm
Listen, point, and repeat.
Count the sheep.

1

3

pig

2

tree

5
4

6

barn

sheep

pond

7

120

tractor

duck

8

chicken

10

9

11

13

the sun

Write the correct words
next to the pictures.

cow

field
12

goat

16

horse

donkey

14

15

bee

tail

121

Match the pictures
to the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.
122

Look at the pictures and
write the letters in the
correct order.

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the words in the correct
place on the crossword.

123

Listen and read.

How it works

To ask about the number of
people, animals, or things,
say How many.

Say this when there
are two or more.

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Add are there
at the end of
the question.

Say this when
there’s only one.

Use How many to
ask about the number
of people, animals, or
things there are. Add the
plural form of the thing
you’re asking about,
followed by are there.

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

125

Listen and read.
They’re in
the pond.

How it works
Say are when you
ask about two or
more things.

in
To answer the
question, begin
with They’re.

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Then add a preposition,
such as in or on,
followed by the place.

To ask about the
location of two or more
things, say Where are,
then add the thing you
are asking about in its
plural form. We often
put the before
the noun.

Listen and match the questions to the correct answers.
They’r e in front of the barn.
They’r e in the field.
They’r e in the barn.
They’r e in the pond.
They’r e next to the pond.
They’r e under the tree.

Listen and sing.

Where are the ducks?
They’re in the pond!
Where are the goats?
They’re in the field!
Where are the cows?
They’re in the barn!
Where are the animals?
They’re on my farm!

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Listen and read.

Say the name,
animal, or thing,
followed by is or ’s.

Add a preposition, such
as next to or under,
and then the place.

If you are talking about two
or more of something, use are.

How it works
To describe where something is, first say the
name of the thing, followed by is, ’s, or are.
Then add a preposition, followed by the place.
The goat is
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The goat’s

Read the story. Then look at the picture and write the
correct words in the spaces.

are

is

is

are

in

are

Now listen and repeat.

129

Sports
1

basketball

Listen, point, and repeat.
Where is Sara?

2

baseball

3

4

130

tennis

soccer

6

5

7

swimming

badminton

table tennis
8

ice hockey

Match the pictures to the correct words.

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Look at the pictures and check off the correct words.

soccer

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and circle the correct words.

soccer / swimming

table tennis / soccer
Now listen and repeat.

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Listen, point, and repeat.

1

run

2

4

6

play tennis

catch

throw

3

5

7

9

jump

swim

play ice hockey

bounce

8

10

kick

hit

133

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

134

Look at the pictures and write the letters in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.

135

Listen and read.

Use can if you are able
to do something.

How it works
Can is a modal verb used to talk about
things you are able to do. The negative
form is can’t.
Cannot

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Can’t

Use can’t if you are
unable to do something.

Listen and check off the correct sentences.

137

Listen and read.

Use Can you to ask someone if
they are able to do something.

If you are able to do it,
say Yes or Yes, I can.

How it works
To ask someone a question
using can, first say Can you,
then add the verb you want to
ask the person about.

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If you are unable to
do something, say
No or No, I can’t.

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

Can you play
soccer?

Now listen and repeat.

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Listen and read.

Use Can she or Can he to ask someone if
another person is able to do something.

If the person is able to do it,
say Yes or Yes, she can.

How it works
To ask whether another person is able to do
something, say Can, followed by she or he. To
reply, say Yes, she can or No, he can’t. You do
not need to add an s to can after she or he.

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If the person is unable
to do something, say
No or No, he can’t.

Listen and write the correct answers in the spaces.

141

At the food market
Listen, point, and repeat.
Can you find Max?

grapes

1

2

4

10

lemons

limes

apples

5

11

3

kiwis

pears

6

mangoes

12

oranges

7

13

pineapples

watermelons

bananas

8

tomatoes

14

coconuts

May I have some
pears, please?

19

142

fruit

9

onions

17

16

15

carrots

20

potatoes

meat
18

fish

Write the correct words next to the pictures.

vegetables
143

Read the words and check
off the correct pictures.

Now listen and repeat.
144

Look at the pictures and
write the correct words
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and color in the pictures.

Listen and sing.

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Listen and read.

To talk about
things you
enjoy, use like.

To make the sentence
negative, put don’t before like.

Use and to talk about
two or more things.

Use or when talking about
two or more things in a
negative sentence.

How it works
I like is an example of the present simple form of the verb
to like. Add don’t before like to make the sentence negative.
And and or are conjunctions. Use and in positive sentences
and or in negative sentences.
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Listen to Andy and circle the correct words.

147

Listen and read.

Say this to ask someone
if they like something.

How it works
You can answer
Yes or Yes, I do.

You can answer
No or No, I don’t.

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To ask someone a question in the present
simple, put Do you before the verb.
Some words form the plural differently from
most nouns. If the name of the fruit or vegetable
ends with an o, add es to the singular form
rather than just s.
Tomato
Potato
Mango

Tomatoes
Potatoes
Mangoes

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

149

Listen and read.
Here you are!
May I have a
mango, please?

May I have some
kiwis, please?

May I have a mango, please?

May I have
Say this to ask
someone to give
you something.

Use a or an if you’re
asking for one thing.

May I have
Use some if you’re asking
for two or more things.

How it works
May I have is the question used to ask for something.
A, an, and some are indefinite articles. Use indefinite articles
when you don’t want to talk about a specific example of a
thing. Put a or an in front of singular nouns, and
some in front of plural nouns.
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Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

May I have

May I have

May I have

May I have

kiwis, please?

banana, please?

orange, please?

vegetables, please?
Now listen and repeat.

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At the toy store
Listen, point, and repeat.
How many stars are there?
Match the
pictures to the
correct words.

2

4

1

alien

3

teddy bear

puppet

action figure

7

5

ball

6

doll
8

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car

monster

rocket

9

10

the moon
15

11

13
12

robot

stars

balloons
16

14

video game

board game

train

153

Look at the pictures and check off the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Write the correct words next to the pictures.

Now listen and repeat.
154

Look at the pictures and write the correct words in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

155

Listen and read.

After he, she, or
someone’s name,
put an s on the
end of like.

To make the sentence negative,
put doesn’t before like.

How it works
She likes and He doesn’t like are examples
of the present simple form of the verb to
like. In positive sentences with he, she, or
someone’s name, put an s on the end of like.
To make the sentence negative, put doesn’t
before like and don’t add an s.

156

Look at the pictures and write the correct words
in the spaces.

Now listen and read.

Listen and write the correct words in the spaces.

157

Listen and read.

Then add like. Don’t add
an s to the verb when
you use it in a question.

To form a question,
put Does before he, she,
or someone’s name.

Answer Yes or
Yes, he does.

How it works
To ask a question with he or she,
start the question with Does, not Do.
Do not add an s to like.
158

Answer No or
No, he doesn’t.

Listen and check off the correct answers.

There are four sentences. Mark the beginning and end of each
one and write them below.

Now listen and repeat.
159

Listen and read.

I love is a much stronger
way of saying I like.

Say this if
you feel the
same as Sara.

Listen and sing.

Maria likes dolls,
but she doesn’t like puppets.
Andy likes cars,
but he doesn’t like rockets.
I like trains and video games,
and my favorite toy
is my monster!
160

Say this if you
don’t feel the
same as Sara.

Ben is talking to Sofia. Listen and write the correct
answers in the spaces.

161

Our hobbies
Listen, point, and repeat.
Where is Sofia?
Match the pictures
to the correct words.

1

2

watch soccer

3

skateboard

5

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paint

4

ride a bike

draw pictures

7

6

sing

read

10
9

8

play the guitar

play the piano

dance

11

take photos

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Listen and check off the correct pictures.

164

Look at the pictures and write the correct words
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

165

Listen and read.

Add ing to the
verb after like.

You can also say I enjoy to
say you like doing an activity.

To make the sentence negative,
add don’t before like.

How it works
To say how you feel about an
activity, say I like or I don’t like,
followed by the ing form of the verb.
If a verb ends in
e, like dance, remove
the e and add ing.
166

Listen and match the names to the correct pictures.

watching
soccer

Rewrite the sentences in the correct order.

watching socce

r.

Now listen and repeat.
167

Listen and read.

To ask if someone
likes an activity, put
Do you before like.

Then add ing
to the verb.

How it works
You can answer
Yes or Yes, I do.

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You can answer
No or No, I don’t.

To ask someone if
someone likes an activity,
first say Do you like, then
add ing to the verb.

Andy and Sofia are
talking. Listen and check
off the correct answers.

Listen and sing.

Do you have hobbies?
Yes, I do.
I love reading books
and skateboarding, too.
Do you like playing tennis?
Yes, I do.
I love playing tennis
and playing soccer, too.
Do you enjoy singing?
Yes, I do.
I love singing songs,
and I love dancing, too.

169

Review: What I like
Listen and read.

170

Write about the things you and
a friend like and draw a picture.

171

Our party clothes
Listen, point, and repeat.
What color is Sara’s jacket?

1

watch
3

skirt
4

2

5

sock
6

pants

7

shorts
t-shirt

hat

8

dress
9

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purse

Write the correct words next to the pictures.

10

11

14

baseball cap

jeans
12

shoe

16

bag

13

boot

glasses

15

shirt

17

jacket

173

Match the pictures
to the correct words.

Read the sentences and
check off the correct
pictures.

pants

It’s a purse.

Now listen and repeat.
174

Now listen and repeat.

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and sing.

We’re at a party,
so let’s all dance and play.
What a fun party
for Ben’s birthday!
Andy’s wearing his
favorite t-shirt,
and Sara has
a beautiful skirt.
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Listen and read.

How it works
To say what you are wearing
now, say I’m, followed by the
verb with ing at its end.

Some items of clothing, such
as shorts, pants, or glasses,
use the plural form.

176

These are examples of the
present continuous form of
the verb to wear. Use the
present continuous to talk
about doing something in the
present moment.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

177

Listen and read.

To ask someone a
question, put Are
you before the verb.

If you’re wearing the
item, you can say
Yes or Yes, I am.

How it works
To ask a question in the
present continuous, put
Are you before the ing form
of the verb.
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Add ing to the verb.

If you’re not wearing
the item, you can say
No or No, I’m not.

Look at the pictures and check off the correct answers.

Now listen and repeat.
179

Listen and read.

Say What a, followed by
a describing word (an adjective).

How it works

To describe two or more
things, just say What.

180

To explain or emphasize what
you think of something, put
What a before an adjective and
noun. To describe two or more
things, just say What.

Look at the pictures and write the correct words
in the spaces.

big purse!
Now listen and repeat.

181

Our day at the beach
Listen, point, and repeat.
How many balls are there?

1

seagull
2

3

surf
4

5

jellyfish

fly a kite
6

7

8

bucket

9

shovel

drink juice

12

182

sand

play soccer

10

11

ship

eat ice cream

listen to music

Match the pictures
to the correct words.

13

14

fish

play
soccer

swim in the ocean

15

run on the beach

16

17

18

read a book

throw a ball

shell
183

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers
in the spaces.
It’s a shovel.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

184

Look at the pictures and write the letters in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.

185

Listen and read.

How it works

Add is or ’s
after she, he, or
someone’s name.

Add ing to
the main verb.

Put isn’t before the main verb to
make the sentence negative.

186

These are examples of the
present continuous. To make
the present continuous with
he, she, or a person’s name,
add is or ’s, followed by
the ing form of
the verb.

Look at the pictures and check off the correct answers.

Now listen and repeat.

Listen and match the names to the correct pictures.

playing
soccer
187

Listen and read.

Add ing to the
main verb.

Add Is before she,
he, or someone’s name.

Answer Yes
or Yes, she is.

How it works
To make a question in the present
continuous, put is before he, she,
or the person’s name,
followed by the ing form
of the main verb.

188

Answer No
or No, she isn’t.

Z

Z

Z
Z
Z

Look at the pictures and write the correct answers
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

189

Lunchtime
Listen, point, and repeat.
What is Sofia eating?

1

4

3

candy

fries

5

burger
6

7

salad
9
8

190

pie

rice

sausages

orange

2

cake

Write the correct words under the pictures.

10

chocolate

12
11

drinks

noodles

16
15
13

fruit

14

lemonade

water

juice
191

Look at the pictures and
circle the correct words.

rice / candy

Now listen and repeat.
192

Listen and check off the
correct pictures.

Look at the pictures and write the correct
words in the spaces.
sausages

fries

lemonade

Now listen and repeat.
193

Listen and read.

How it works
I’d like is a polite way of
requesting something. Using
I want for a request may
seem rude in English.
This is a polite way of asking
someone what they want.

This is a polite way
of saying I want.

Add please
to be polite.

Use some if you’re asking for two
or more things, or for something
that is uncountable.
194

Some things cannot be counted
individually. These are called
uncountables. Use some when
asking for plural things or
something that is uncountable.
I would

I’d

Listen and match the names to the correct pictures.

fries

Rewrite the sentences in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.
195

Listen and read.

Use this to ask if someone
wants something.

This a polite way
of saying no.

This a polite way
of saying yes.

This is another way
of saying yes.

This is another
way of saying no.

How it works
Would you like is a polite way of asking
someone if they want something. It is
important to use please and thank you
in your answers.
Would not
196

Wouldn’t

Listen and check off the correct answers.

197

Listen, point, and repeat.
1

breakfast

5

lunch
6

2

milk

3

egg

4

bread

8

9

pasta

dinner

rice

14

10

198

7

meatball

beans

11

fish

12

potatoes

13

peas

chicken

Listen and read.

Say this to
ask about
a meal.

Listen and check off the correct pictures.

199

At the park
Listen, point, and repeat.
What are Sara and Max playing?

1

boy

2

girl

3

4

200

woman

5

baby

women

Write the correct words under the pictures.

8

6

person

7

9

children/kids

people

11

10

child/kid

men

man

201

Look at the pictures and circle the correct words.

Now listen and repeat.

Find and circle the five words in the grid.

202

Look at the pictures and write the letters in the correct order.

Now listen and repeat.

203

Listen and read.

To show that someone
owns something, add
’s after their name.

How it works
These sentences use the possessive
apostrophe. We place it before
an s to show that a person
owns something.

Listen and match the person to the correct thing.

204

Look at the pictures and write the correct words
in the spaces.

Now listen and repeat.

205

Listen and read.

Say this to
ask who owns
something.

Add is this
to finish the
question.

How it works
Whose is a question word used to
ask who owns something.
Mine is an example of a possessive
pronoun. These are used to say who
owns something.

This means
the ball
belongs to me.

Listen and read.

The ball
belongs to you.

The ball
belongs to
our group.
206

The ball
belongs to him.

The ball
belongs to
more than
one of you.

The ball
belongs to her.

The ball
belongs
to them.

Listen and write the correct answers in the spaces.

207

My day
Listen, point, and repeat.
Who is Max calling?

1

I get up.

Match the pictures to the
correct sentences.

12

I go to sleep.

I study English.

11

208

I eat dinner.

10

I go swimming.

9

I call my friend.

2

I make my bed.

3

I eat breakfast.

4

5

8

I go home.

7

I eat lunch.

I brush my teeth.

I walk to school.

6

I study English.
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Listen and check off the correct pictures.

There are four sentences. Mark the beginning
and end of each one and write them below.

Now listen and repeat.
210

Look at the pictures and write the correct sentences
in the spaces.
I eat breakfast.
I eat lunch.
I study English.
I brush my teeth.
I walk to school.
I make my bed.

Now listen and repeat.

211

Listen and read.

This is the question
you ask to find out
the time.

Answer the
question by saying
It’s plus the time.

To say what time it is,
you say the number,
followed by o’clock.

Match the clocks to the correct times.

Now listen and repeat.
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Listen, point, and repeat.

1

In the morning

2

In the afternoon

3

In the evening

4

At night

Listen and check off the correct answers.
I study English
at night.
I study English
in the afternoon.

I call my friend
in the evening.
I call my friend
in the afternoon.

213

Listen and read.

When do you
brush your teeth?

When do you brush your teeth?

brush your teeth?
Use this to ask at what
time of day a person
does something.

I brush my teeth
To say the time you do something,
say at, followed by the time.

214

You can answer saying
the part of day.

Read the sentences and write the correct words in the spaces.

and then I brush
my teeth.

study English.
Now listen and repeat.
215

Listen and read.

Remember to add
s to the verb after
he, she, or a
person’s name.

You do not need to
add an s after I, we,
you, or they.

How it works
These sentences include examples of the
present simple. The present simple is
used to talk things that we do
often or everyday.

216

Look at the pictures and circle the correct words.

She study / studies English.

Max make / makes his bed.
Now listen and repeat.

217

Listen, point, and repeat.

1

4

Monday

Thursday

2

5

Tuesday

3

6

Saturday

Friday

Wednesday

7

Sunday

Listen and read.

Say on, followed by the day of
the week with an s at its end.

Say this if you also
go swimming
on Fridays.

Say this if
you don’t go
swimming
on Fridays.

How it works
Use at when talking about what time you
do something. Use on when talking about
what days you do something.
218

Listen and check off the correct answers.

I call my friend
on Thursdays.

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Review: Me and my day
Listen and read.

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bl
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ha
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I’m
and a t-shir t.
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or
sh
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ri
ea
w
I’m
y
da
To
o’clock. In the
8
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ll my friends.
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go to sleep
I
d
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k,
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6
at
er
nn
I eat di
at 7 o’clock.

220

Write about your day and draw
what you’re wearing.

I’m
and

. I have
hair and
eyes. Today I’m
wearing
.

I
school. I go to s
chool at
In the morning,
.
I study
. I eat
for lunch, and I
drink
I go home at
.
.
In
th
e evening ,
I
. I eat dinner at
and I go to slee
,
p at
.

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The alphabet
The English alphabet has 26 letters. Listen to the audio and
repeat each letter. Then listen to the song and sing.
Use a capital letter for the
first letter of a sentence,
people’s names, and the
days of the week.

222

Use lower-case letters
the rest of the time.

Handwriting guide
To practice writing English letters, start at the red dot
and then follow the arrows.

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Grammar guide
To be

Have

Use to be to talk about yourself and
describe people and things.
Positive

Negative

Positive

Negative

I am / I’m

I’m not

I have

I don’t have

You are / You’re

You aren’t

You have

You don’t have

He is / He’s

He isn’t

He has

He doesn’t have

She is / She’s

She isn’t

She has

She doesn’t have

It is / It’s

It isn’t

It has

It doesn’t have

We are / We’re

We aren’t

We have

We don’t have

You are / You’re

You aren’t

You have

You don’t have

They are / They’re

They aren’t

They have

They don’t have

Can

The present simple

Use can to talk about things you are
able to do.
Positive

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Use have to talk about things
you own.

Negative

Use the present simple to talk about opinions
or things people do every day.
Positive

Negative

The present continuous
Use the present continuous to talk about things people are doing now.
Negative

Positive
I am walking / I’m walking

I’m not walking

You are walking / You’re walking

You aren’t walking

He is walking / He’s walking

He isn’t walking

She is walking / She’s walking

She isn’t walking

It is walking / It’s walking

It isn’t walking

We are walking / We’re walking

We aren’t walking

You are walking / You’re walking

You aren’t walking

They are walking / They’re walking

They aren’t walking

Question words
Use question words such as what, who, where, and when to ask questions that
can’t be answered with yes or no.
Question word

Example question

Example answer

What
Which
Who
Whose
When

What’s that?
Which animal is big?
Who’s that?
Whose camera is this?
When do you go to school?

It’s a crocodile.
The dog is big.
It’s Ben.
It’s mine.
I go to school in the morning.

Where
How
How many

Where’s the cat?
How old are you?
How many ducks are there?

It’s under the table.
I’m nine years old.
There are five.

Why

Why do you like soccer?

It’s fun!
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Prepositions of place

Irregular plurals
Most plurals are formed by adding an s or es
to the end of a singular noun. However, some
plurals are irregular and are spelled differently
or don’t change at all.
Singular

Use prepositions of place to say where things are.

Plural

This, that, these, those
Use this, that, these, and those to point
things out .

Far from you

Near to you

Singular

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Plural

Pronouns, possessive adjectives, and possessive pronouns
Pronouns can replace nouns (names of people, places, and things) in a sentence.
Subject pronoun

Object pronoun

Possessive adjective

Possessive pronoun

Subject pronouns replace
the person or thing that is
doing an action.

Object pronouns replace
the person or thing that is
having an action done to it .

Possessive adjectives are
used before a noun to say
who something belongs to.

When you use a
possessive pronoun, you
don’t need to use the noun.

Example: Is she happy?

Example: I like him.

Example: It’s my book.

Example: It’s theirs.

Conjunctions
Conjunctions, such as and, but, and or, are
words that join two statements together.
Use and to join words in a positive statement.

Use but to join a positive statement and a
negative statement together.

Use or to join words in a negative statement.

Common verbs
A verb is a word that describes an action.
This table shows some common English verbs.
Verb

Example sentence

give

Please give me that book.

hold

My baby brother can’t hold a pen.

put

I put my toys in my toy box.

see

I can see an airplane in the sky!

stop

Where does this train stop?

talk

I talk to my friends at school.

tell

Can you tell me where the park is?

try

I try to speak English every day.
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Instructions
When you learn English or take a test, you might see these words in instructions.
Verbs
listen

write

read

look at

repeat

check off

circle

match

cross out

count

color in

point

Nouns

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Useful expressions
These expressions are useful for greeting people, saying goodbye, being polite, asking for
information, or showing that you’re happy.

What time does the class start?

Excuse me. Is the store open?

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Answers

1 stand

up

2 show

3 tablet

4 alphabet

5 cupboard

1 Sofia

2 Max

4 Maria

5 Sara

1 eight

2 six

4 nine

5 five

3

Ben

his name?
2 His name’s Hugo.
3 What’s her name?
1 What’s

3 ten

seven years old.
2 I’m six years old.
3 I’m 10 years old.
1 I’m

1 draw

2 read

count!
3 Let’s read!
5 Let’s play!
1 classmate

2 book

3 teacher

4 board

2 answer

4 add

5 pick

3 sit

2 Let’s

write!
4 Let’s draw!

count!
2 Let’s write!
3 Let’s read!
1 Let’s

down

up
1 fifteen
4 thirteen

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count

4 spell

1 Let’s

1 listen

3

2 twenty

3 eighteen

1 pens

2 teacher

3

chairs

six pencils

1 crayon

2 eraser

4 watch

5 pen

1 blue

2 brown

4 gray

5 purple

1A

2B

notepads.
2 They’re rulers.
3 They’re crayons.
4 They’re erasers.
1 They’re

1 purple

2 pink

4 blue

5 green

3 orange

3 pencil
1 It’s

yellow.
2 It’s black.
3 It’s purple.
4 It’s red.

3 red

3A

4B

blue
1 crayon

2 white

4 green

5 apple

3 black
1 monkey 2 tiger
4 whale

an eraser.
2 It’s an apple.
3 It’s a watch.

3 hippo

5 parrot

1 It’s

1 crocodile
2 bear
3 frog
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1 lion

2 snake

3 lizard

1 my

brother
3 my sister

2 my

2A

3A

1 my

2 my

4 penguin

1B

dad
3 my sister

a giraffe.
2 It’s a bear.
3 It’s a crocodile.

aunt
4 my cousin

mom
4 my brother

1 It’s

1A

2B

4B

5A

3B

2 grandma

3 brother

4 mom

1 cousin

3 lizard

5 snake

2 mother

2

4

Match the pictures to the correct words.

2 Who’s

1 No,

2 No,

my grandmother /
grandma

my father / dad

5

3

my grandfather /
grandpa

6

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my brother

a vet.
2 She’s a firefighter.
3 He’s a farmer.
4 She’s a doctor.
5 She’s a police officer.

my mum

my mother / mum
9

48

1 He’s

my family

7

my sister

8

me

my uncle

10

my aunt

11

my cousin
49

6 dad

this?
3 Who’s that?

This is my family

1

3 sister

1 Who’s

he isn’t.
3 Yes, she is.
Listen, point, and repeat.
Find the giraffes.

5 father

4 grandpa 5 aunt

1 penguin 2 parrot
4 zebra

1 uncle

this?

she isn’t.

1 camera
2 poster
3 chair
4 car

This is my room
Listen, point, and repeat.
Find the purple car.

1

2

poster

13

computer
3

mouse

14
5

teddy bear

lamp

keyboard

4

6

7

toy box

desk
16

9

10

8

chair

doll

car
11

12

5 lamp

Write the correct words
next to the pictures.

bed

15

17

camera

rug

18

1 These

ball

baseball bat

skateboard

tennis racket

59

58

1 ball

2 desk

4 car

5 lamp

bear
2 camera
3 baseball bat
4 tennis racket

3 doll

are my dolls.
2 These are my lamps.
3 This is my rug.

1 That's

my poster.
2 That’s my skateboard.
3 Those are my cars.

1 teddy

1 Max

2 Max

4 Max

5 Sofia

3 Sofia

1 Yes,
1 They’re

chairs.
2 They’re dolls.
3 It’s a skateboard.
4 It’s a toy box.
5 It’s a rug.

I do.
2 Yes, I do.
3 No, I don’t.

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1 They’re

happy.
2 We’re hungry.
3 They’re excited.
At the fair
Listen, point, and repeat.
Find Andy.
Write the correct words next to the pictures.

4

5

1

hot

6

tired
7

2

hungry

3

thirsty

8

sad

9

excited

happy
71

1 cold

2 sad

3 tired

4 happy

2 hot

3 scared

1 sad

2 happy

3 cold

4 tired

1 hungry 2 happy
4 sad

we aren’t.
2 No, they aren’t.
3 Yes, they are.

cold

70

1 excited

1 No,

scared

3 scared

six fish

1 cat

2 tortoise

3 rabbit

4 dog

1 cat

1 nice
2 young

5 thirsty

3 big
4 beautiful
1B

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2A

3A

5 scary

2 mouse

3 dog

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1 tortoise

2 cat

3 dog

4 rabbit

1 Bonzo

2 Lee

4 Rex

5 Meg

3 Ted

Sara

1 head

2 mouth

3 hand

4 long

hair

1 arm

2 toes

3 eye

has a mouse.
2 She has a dog.
3 Sara has a fish.

1 fingers

2 hair

3 teeth

4 toes

5 mouth

6 ear

1 No,

1 hair

2 nose

3 face

4 teeth

5 body

1B

2B

4A

5A

1 Ben

she doesn’t.
2 No, he doesn’t.
3 Yes, he does.

1A

2B

3B

3B

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1 No,

it doesn’t.
2 Yes, it does.
3 Yes, it does.
4 No, it doesn’t.

1 Wave

your arms!
2 Point your finger!
3 Move your feet!

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p

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1 There

are two trucks.
2 There’s a school.
3 There’s a zoo.
4 There are four cars.
5 There are three boats.

five cars

1 bus

2 truck

3 bike

next to the store.
2 It’s in front of the hospital.
3 It’s behind the school.
4 It’s between the park and
the store.
1 It’s

1 school

2 hospital 3 park

4 helicopter 5 bike

6 train

1 bus
2 motorcycle
3 airplane

1A

4 hospital

2B
3A

240

1 No,

there aren’t.
3 Yes, there are.
5 Yes, there are.

2 Yes,

there are.
4 No, there aren’t.

the kitchen

1 kitchen

2 bathroom

3 bedroom

11 sheep
1 It’s

a bookcase. 2 It’s a door.
3 It’s a couch.
4 It’s a television.
5 It’s a refrigerator.

1 bookcase
4 clock

2 table

1 bee

2 horse

4 cow

5 goat

1 tail

2 tractor

3 flowers

5 armchair

6 mat

4 the
1 hall

2 plants

4 lights

5 wall

1B

1 No,

2A

there isn’t.
3 Yes, there is.
5 No, there isn’t.

3 barn

sun

3 barn

5 donkey

3 window

3

1 goat

2 horse

3 duck

4 tree

B
1 chicken 2 field

3 bee

4 pond

6 tree

5 goat

2 Yes,

there is.
4 No, there isn’t.
1 There

are three. 2 There are four.
3 There’s one.
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1 They’re

in front of the barn.
2 They’re under the tree.
3 They’re in the field.
4 They’re in the barn.
5 They’re next to the pond.

1 table

tennis
3 baseball

2 basketball

1 ice

2 badminton

hockey
3 swimming

This is my farm. My cow is under the
tree. There 1 are four ducks 2 in
the pond. The three chickens 3 are
next to the horse. The donkey 4 is in
the field, and five sheep 5 are in front
of the barn.

1B

2A

4 soccer

3A

1 catch

2 swim

4 kick

5 bounce

4B

5B

3 throw

can catch a ball.
2 I can’t play ice hockey.
3 I can hit a ball.
4 I can swim.
5 I can’t play table tennis.
1I

Sports
1

basketball

Listen, point, and repeat.
Where is Sara?

6

5

2

swimming

badminton

baseball
7

table tennis
8

3

ice hockey

football

I can.
2 Can you play baseball?
3 No, I can’t.
1 Yes,

Match the pictures to the correct words.

4

tennis

131

130

1 ice

hockey
3 basketball
242

2 tennis
4 badminton

1 Yes,

she can.
3 Yes, he can.

2 No,

she can’t.

like lemons and limes.
4 I don’t like carrots or onions.
5 I don’t like tomatoes.
3I

At the food market

I don’t.
2 Yes, I do.
3 Do you like mangoes?
1 No,

Listen, point, and repeat.
Can you find Max?

grapes

1

2

4

lemons

limes

5

3

kiwis

6

mangoes

7

pineapples

bananas

8

tomatoes

9

onions

17

16

10

apples

11

pears

12

oranges

13

watermelons

14

coconuts

15

carrots

meat
18

potatoes

fish

Write the correct words next to the pictures.

May I have some
pears, please?

19

fruit

20

vegetables
143

142

1 meat

2 onions

4 lemons

5 pears

1B

2A

3 kiwis

3A

I have a banana, please?
2 May I have an orange, please?
3 May I have some vegetables,
please?
1 May

4B

8 stars
1 lime

2 orange

4 fish

5 coconut

1 yellow

2 brown

4 green

5 purple

3 carrot
1 puppet

3 red

1 board

2 the

game

moon

2 car

3 robot

3 ball

1 robot

don’t like watermelons.
2 I like apples.
1I

2 rocket
3 alien
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a monster.
2 They’re stars.
3 It’s an action figure.
1 It’s

Our hobbies
Listen, point, and repeat.
Where is Sofia?
Match the pictures
to the correct words.

Sofia likes cars. Her cousin Eva
doesn’t like 1 video games. Ben
likes 2 rockets, but his friend
Sam doesn’t like 3 trains.

1

ride a bike

watch football

2

7

6

skateboard

3

4

sing

read

draw pictures
10
9

8

5

play the guitar

play the piano

dance

paint
11

take photos

163

162

doesn’t like puppets.
2 Lucy doesn’t like dolls.
3 Emma likes monsters.

1 dance

1 No,

1B

2A

4B

5A

1 Hugo

she doesn’t.
3 Yes, she does.
5 No, she doesn’t.

2 No,

he doesn’t.
4 Yes, he does.

3

2 sing

draw pictures

1 sing
1 No,

he doesn’t.
2 Does she like dolls?
3 Yes, she does.

1I

don’t.
2 Me too!
3 I don't.
244

4 take

photos

3A

3 ride

photos
4 play the piano

1 singing

2 drawing

3 reading

4 watching

a bike
5 paint

2 take

soccer

4 It’s

a t-shirt.
5 It’s a shoe.

1I

enjoy taking photos.
2 I don’t like riding a bike.
3 I like watching soccer.

1B
1 Yes,

I do.
3 No, I don’t.

I don’t.
4 Yes, I do.

2A

3A

4B

5B

2 No,

1 No,

I’m not.
3 Yes, I am.

2 Yes,

I am.

1 What

beautiful boots!
2 What a dirty sock!
3 What nice glasses!
4 What a nice shirt!
5 What a big purse!

blue

1 bag

2 jacket

3

hat

1 watch

2 dress

3 glasses

4 boot

5 baseball

cap
three balls

1B

2A

3A

4B
1 drink

1 It’s

a watch.
2 It’s a jacket.
3 It’s a sock.

juice
2 play soccer
3 throw a ball
4 listen to music
5 read a book
245

1 It’s

a shovel.
2 It’s a shell.
3 It’s a seagull.
4 It’s a ship.
5 It’s a bucket.

1A

2A

a burger

3A

1 bucket

2 sand

4 shell

5 swim

isn’t swimming.
2 He isn’t flying a kite.
3 She’s drinking juice.

4B

3 run

1 pie

2 salad

3 cake

1 orange

2 chocolate

4 rice

5 salad

1B

2B

3A

1 fries

2 fruit

3 sausages

4 burger

5 lemonade

5B
3 juice

1 She

1 swimming
2 playing

soccer
3 flying a kite
4 fishing

1 fries

2 salad

3 noodles

4 orange

1 I’d
1 No,

she isn’t.
2 Yes, she is.
3 Yes, he is.
246

like a drink, please.
2 I’d like some lemonade, please.
3 I’d like some fruit, please.

1 No,

thank you.
2 Yes, please.
3 Yes, I would.

1B

2B

3A

4B

5A

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tennis
1 woman 2 men

3 girl

4 women 5 kids
1 man
2 boy
3 men

1 people

1 red

bike
2 yellow bag
3 orange bike
4 green bike

2 boy
3 children
4 man
5 baby

girl’s ball is red.
2 The baby’s doll is pink.
3 The boy’s dog is dirty.
4 Andy’s bike is yellow.
5 The woman’s skirt is black.
1 The

247

4I
1 It’s

theirs.
3 It’s hers.
5 It’s yours.

2 It’s

his.
4 It’s ours.

eat breakfast.
5 I brush my teeth.

1 It's

six o’clock.
2 It's seven o’clock.
3 It's eleven o’clock.

1I

study English in the afternoon.
2 I call my friend in the evening.
3 I go to sleep at night.

Ben

1I

study English.
2 I eat lunch.
3 I get up.
4 I go to sleep.
5 I make my bed.

1A

2B

3A

eat breakfast, and then I brush
my teeth.
2 I walk to school at eight o’clock.
3 In the afternoon, we study English.
4 I eat dinner at 6 o’clock with my
family.
5 Then I go to sleep at seven o’clock.
1I

4A

5B

1I

get up.
2 I go to sleep.
3 I eat lunch.

1 eat

2 go

4 gets

5 makes

1I

1I

study English.
2 I eat lunch.
3 I walk to school.
248

don’t.
2 So do I.
3 I don’t.

3 studies

Grammar
index
Each entry is followed
by the number of the unit
it appears in. Entries that
appear in the Grammar
guide have a G before them
(for example, G3).

A

H

have 7, 10, 11, G2
how? 1, G6
how are you? 1
how many? 15, G6
how old are you? 1

I

indefinite article 17
instructions G13
irregular plurals 10, 11, 17,
G7

L

adjectives 2, 6, 9, 21, G10
and 17, G11
apostrophes 24
articles 4, 5, 6, 17

let’s 3
like + noun 17, 18
like + verb + ing 19

B

M, O

be (is/are) 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 15, 21
21, 22, 25, G1
but G11

C

can 16, G3
common verbs G12
conjunctions 17, G11
countable nouns 23

D

do 17, 18

G

greetings 1

may 17
me too 18
mine 24
one 10
or 17, G11

P

plurals 3, 10, 11, 17, G7
possessive adjectives 1, 2, 6,
G10

possessive pronouns 24, G10
prepositions 12, 13, 15, G8
present continuous 21, 22, G5
present simple 9, 17, 18, 25,
G4

pronouns 24, G10

Q

question words 4, 5, 6, 10,
12, 15, 24, G6

S

short forms 1
singular and plural 3
so do I 25
some 17, 23

T

telling the time 25
that 5, 6, 7, 18, G9
there is/there are 12, 13, 15
these 4, 7, 25, G9
this 4, 6, 7, 24, 25, G9
those 5, 7, 18, G9
to be see be
to have see have
to like see like

U

uncountable nouns 23
useful expressions G14

W

what? 1, 2, 4, 5, G6
what (a/an) 21
when? 25, G6
where? 12, G6
which? 10, G6
who? 6, G6
whose? 24, G6
why? G6
would like 23

249

Word list
Each word is followed
by the number of the unit
it is taught in. Words that
appear in the Grammar
guide have a G before them
(for example, G3).

KEY

adj
exp
int
n
num
pl
prep
pron
v

A

adjective
expression
question word
noun
number
plural
preposition
pronoun
verb

action figure n 18
add v 2
afternoon n 25
airplane n 12
airport n 12
alien n 18
alphabet n 2
and conj 17, G11
animal n 5
answer n G13
answer v 2
apartment block n 12
apple n 4, 17
arm n 11
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armchair n 13
ask v 2
at night exp 25
aunt n 6

B

baby (pl babies) n 24
badminton n 16
bag n 21, 24
ball n 4, 7, 18, 22
balloon n 18
banana n 17
barn n 15
baseball n 16
baseball bat n 7
baseball cap n 21
basketball n 16
bathroom n 13
bathtub n 13
be (is/are) v 1, 4, 5, 6,
9, 15, 21, 22, 25, G1
beach (pl beaches) n 22
bean n 23
bear n 5
beautiful adj 10, 21
bed n 7, 25
bedroom n 13
bee n 15
beginning n G13
behind prep 12, G8
between prep 12, G8
big adj 10, 21
bike n 12, 19
bird n 5
black adj 4

blue adj 4
board n 2
board game n 18
boat n 12
body (pl bodies) n 11
book n 2, 4, 22
bookcase n 13
bookstore n 12
book pack n 4
boot n 21
bounce v 16
boy n 24
bread n 23
breakfast n 23, 25
brother n 6
brown adj 4
brush your teeth v 25
bucket n 22
burger n 23
bus (pl buses) n 12
but conj G11
bye exp G14

C

cake n 23
call v 25
camera n 7
can v 16, G3
car n 7, 12, 18
carrot n 17
cat n 10
catch v 16
chair n 2, 7, 13
check off v G13
chef n 6

chicken n 15, 23
child (pl children) n 24
children n 24
chocolate n 23
circle v G13
clap v 11
classmate n 2
classroom n 3
clean adj 10, 21
clock n 13, 25
close v 2
clothes n 21
coconut n 17
cold adj 9
collar n 10
color n 4
color in v G13
computer n 7
cool! exp G14
couch n 13
count v 3, G13
cousin n 6
cow n 15
crayon n 4
crocodile n 5
cross out v G13
cupboard n 2

D

dad n 6
dance v 19
day n 25
desk n 7
dining room n 13
dinner n 23, 25

dirty adj 10, 21
do you know? exp G14
do you want? exp G14
doctor n 6
dog n 10
doll n 7, 18
donkey n 15
don’t worry exp G14
door n 13
draw v 3
dress (pl dresses) n 21
drink n 23
duck n 15

E

ear n 11
eat v 22, 23, 25
egg n 23
eight num 1
eighteen num 3
elephant n 5
eleven num 3
end n G13
enjoy v 19
eraser n 4
evening n 25
example n G13
excited adj 9
excuse me exp G14
eye n 11

F

face n 11
fair n 9

family (pl families) n 6
fantastic! exp G14
farm n 15
farmer n 6
father n 6
favorite adj 5
feet n 11
field n 15
fifteen num 3
find v 2
fine adj 1
finger n 11
fire station n 12
firefighter n 6
fish (pl fish) n 10, 17, 23
fish v 22
five num 1
floor n 13
flower n 13
fly a kite v 22
food market n 17
foot (pl feet) n 11
four num 1
fourteen num 3
Friday n 25
friend n 1, 25
fries n 23
frog n 5
fruit n 17, 23

G

game n 18
garden n 13
get up v 25
giraffe n 5
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girl n 24
give v G12
glasses n 21
go home v 25
go swimming v 25
go to sleep v 25
goat n 15
good morning exp G14
goodbye exp G14
grandfather/grandpa n 6
grandmother/grandma n 6
grape n 17
green adj 4
gray adj 4
guitar n 19

H

hair n 11
hall n 13
hand n 11
happy adj 9
hat n 21
have v 7, 10, 11, 17, G2
he pron 6
head n 11
helicopter n 12
hello exp 1, G14
her adj 2, G10
hers pron 24
hi exp 1
hippo n 5
his adj 2, G10
his pron 24
hit v 16
hobby (pl hobbies) n 19
252

hold v G12
home n 13, 25
hooray! exp G14
horse n 15
hospital n 12
hot adj 9
house n 12
how? int 1, G6
how many? int 15, G6
hungry adj 9

I, J, K

ice cream n 22
ice hockey n 16
I’m sorry exp G14
in prep 13, 15, G8
in front of prep 12, G8
in the afternoon exp 25
in the evening exp 25
in the morning exp 25
jacket n 21
jeans n 21
jellyfish (pl jellyfish) n 22
juice n 22, 23
jump v 16
keyboard n 7
kick v 16
kid n 24
kitchen n 13
kite n 22
kiwi n 17

L

lake n 12
lamp n 7
leg n 11
lemon n 17
lemonade n 23
letter n 2
light n 13
like v 17, 18, 19, 23
lime n 17
line n G13
lion n 5
listen v 2, G13
listen to music v 22
live v 12
living room n 13
lizard n 5
long adj 11
look (at) v 2, G13
love v 18, G14
lunch n 23, 25
lunchtime n 23

M

make my bed v 25
man (pl men) n 24
mango (pl mangoes) n 17
mat n 13
match v G13
may v 17
me pron 6
meat n 17
meatball n 23
men n 24
milk n 23

mine pron 24
mirror n 13
mom n 6
Monday n 25
monkey n 5
monster n 18
moon, the n 18
morning n 25
mother n 6
motorcycle n 12
mouse (pl mice) n 7, 10
mouth n 11
move v 11
music n 22
my adj 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 13,
21, 25, G10

N

name n 1, 2
next to prep 12, G8
nice adj 10, 21
night n 25
nine num 1
nineteen num 3
no, thank you exp 23
noodles n 23
nose n 11
notepad n 4
number n 2

O

o’clock adv 25, G14
ocean n 22
oh dear exp G14

old adj 10
on prep 13, G8
one num 1
one pron 10
onion n 17
open v 2
or conj 17, G11
orange adj 4
orange n 17, 23
order n G13
our adj G10
ours pron 24

P

page n G13
paint v 3, 19
pants n 21
paper n 4
pardon? int G14
park n 12, 24
parrot n 5
party (pl parties) n 21
pasta n 23
pea n 23
pear n 17
pen n 2, 4
pencil n 2, 4
penguin n 5
people n 24
person (pl people) n 24
pet n 10
photo n 19
piano n 19
pick up v 2
picture n 19, G13

pie n 23
pig n 15
pineapple n 17
pink adj 4
plant n 13
play v 3, 16
play a musical instrument v
19

play a sport v 16
playground n 2
please adv 17, 23, G14
point v 11, G13
polar bear n 5
police officer n 6
pond n 15
poster n 7
potato (pl potatoes) n 17, 23
puppet n 18
purple adj 4
purse n 21
put v G12

Q

question n G13

R

rabbit n 10
read v 3, 19, G13
really adv 9
red adj 4
refrigerator n 13
repeat v G13
rice n 23
ride a bike v 19
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robot n 11, 18
rocket n 18
room n 7, 13
rug n 7
ruler n 4
run v 16, 22

S

sad adj 9
salad n 23
sand n 22
Saturday n 25
sausage n 23
scared adj 9
scary adj 10
school n 2, 12, 25
seagull n 22
see v G12
see you! exp G14
seven num 1
seventeen num 3
she pron 6
sheep (pl sheep) n 15
shell n 22
ship n 22
shirt n 21
shoe n 21
short hair n 11
shorts n 21
shovel n 22
show v 2
sing v 19
sister n 6
sit down v 2
six num 1
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sixteen num 3
skateboard n 7
skateboard v 19
skirt n 21
sleep, go to v 25
small adj 10
snake n 5
soccer n 16, 19, 22
sock n 21
song n G13
sorry, I’m exp G14
space n G13
spell v 3
spider n 10
sport n 16
stand up v 2
star n 18
stop v G12
street n 12
store n 12
study v 25
study English v 25
sun, the n 15
Sunday n 25
surf v 22
swim v 16, 22
swimming n 16

T

table n 13
table tennis n 16
tablet n 2
tail n 15
take photos v 19
talk v G12

teacher n 2, 6
teddy bear n 7, 18
teeth n 11, 25
television/TV n 13
tell v G12
ten num 1
tennis n 16
tennis racket n 7
thank you/thanks exp 1, 23
that pron 5, 6, 7, 18, G9
their adj G10
the moon n 18
the sun n 15
theirs pron 23
these pron 4, 7, 25, G9
thing n 4
thirsty adj 9
thirteen num 3
this pron 4, 6, 7, G9
those pron 5, 7, G9
three num 1
throw v 16, 22
Thursday n 25
tiger n 5
time n 25
tired adj 9
toe n 11
tomato (pl tomatoes) n 17
tooth (pl teeth) n 11
tortoise n 10
touch v 11
town n 12
toy n 7
toy box (pl toy boxes) n 7
toy store n 18
tractor n 15

train n 12, 18
tree n 15
truck n 12
try v G12
t-shirt n 21
Tuesday n 25
TV n 13
twelve num 3
twenty num 3
two num 1

U

uncle n 6
under prep 13, 15, G8

V

vegetable n 17
very adv 9
vet n 6, 10
video game n 18

W

wake up v 25
walk v 25
walk to school v 25
wall n 13
want v G14
watch (pl watches) n 4, 21
watch soccer v 19
water n 23
watermelon n 17
wave v 11
wear v 21
Wednesday n 25
whale n 5
what? int 1, 2, 4, 5, G6
what time? int 25, G14
when? int 25, G6
where? int 12, G6
which? int 10, G6
white adj 4
who? int 6, G6
whose? int 24, G6
why? int G6

window n 13
woman (pl women) n 24
women n 24
word n G13
worry, don’t exp G14
would v 23
write v 3, G13

Y

year n 1
yellow adj 4
yes, please exp 23, G14
young adj 10
your adj 5, 6, G10
yours pron 24

Z

zebra n 5
zoo n 12

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Acknowledgments
The publisher would like to thank:
Rishi Bryan and Soma B. Chowdhury for editorial assistance; Renata Latipova,
Gus Scott, Francis Wong, and Steve Woosnam-Savage for design and illustration
assistance; Sourabh Challariya, Chhaya Sajwan, and Arunesh Talapatra for
design assistance; Kayla Dugger, Lori Hand, and Steph Noviss for proofreading;
Tim Woolf for songwriting; Christine Stroyan and Lizzie Davey for audio
recording management; Susan Millership for audio script management; and
ID Audio for audio recording and production.
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