Listen to the track and correct the false statements.
- Robert is from Dover.
- His parents have got a bike shop.
- Robert has got a sister. Her name is Tracy.
- His house is in Fish Street.
- They live in a new house.
- There is a garden in front of the house.
Replace the names or nouns written in bold by their personal pronouns.
- Anne usually eats cornflakes for breakfast. usually eats cornflakes for breakfast.
- Bill has got a red car. has got a red car.
- Mr Ledbetter teaches English. teaches English.
- My mum and dad live in New Zealand. live in New Zealand.
- The cat has a broken leg. has a broken leg.
- I am a musician. name is Danny.
Below you see the family tree of the Millers. Fill in the spaces with the correct personal pronouns.
- Peter is married to Sue. Sue is wife.
- Anne and Dave are Peter’s children. are brother and sister.
- Eve is Anne’s sister. has got a brother, too.
- Dave is not married, but has a daughter called Amy.
- Vicky is Sue’s sister. Ron is husband.
- Bill and Mary are brother and sister. are cousins of Anne, Dave and Eve.
- Eve is married. Harry is husband.
- Sue is a grandmother, too. grandchildren are Amy, Diane and Fred.
Look at the picture and complete the dialoge with this, that, these and those.
Hannah: “Good morning, Mrs Rose.”
Mrs Rose: “Good morning, my dear.”
Hannah: “Could I have one kilo of potatoes, please?”
Mrs Rose: “Sure. Would you like _____________ new potatoes here or _____________ sweet potatoes over there?”
Hannah: “_____________ new potatoes, please. Are _____________ oranges sweet?”
Mrs Rose: “Oh, they’re okay. But _____________ tangerines (Mandarinen) over there are lovely.”
Hannah: “I’ll have six tangerines then, and _____________ watermelon next to them. What is _____________ round fruit here?”
Mrs Rose: “Oh,_____________ is a mango. Try it! Mangos taste delicious.”
Hannah: “Okay, one mango, please. Could I also have a few of _____________ bananas over there?”
Mrs Rose: “Of course. Anything else?”
Hannah: “No, thank you very much. That’s fine. Bye.”
Mrs Rose: “Have a nice day. Bye.”
Say it in English.
- Sage auf Englisch, dass die Kinder ihre Hunde füttern.
- Sage, dass du deinen Hamster magst.
- Sage auf Englisch, dass ihr eure Haustiere morgen in die Schule mitnehmen könnt.
- Sage, dass unsere Katze 14 Jahre alt ist.
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