Listen to the track and correct the false statements.
a. Robert is from Dover.
b. His parents have got a bike shop.
c. Robert has got a sister. Her name is Tracy.
d. His house is in Fish Street.
e. They live in a new house.
f. 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.
a. Sage auf Englisch, dass die Kinder ihre Hunde füttern.
b. Sage, dass du deinen Hamster magst.
c. Sage auf Englisch, dass ihr eure Haustiere morgen in die Schule mitnehmen könnt.
d. Sage, dass unsere Katze 14 Jahre alt ist.