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M3T Schools

primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit (1)
Professor Inkspot's Telescope
Vocabulary:
Nouns:
Professor: someone who teaches in a university or teaches a certain
skill like a scientist.
Telescope: a tube for making far things bigger and closer.
Shed: a place where you can put your old things or you can work at.
Dial: the round part of a machine that tells you time.
Bang: sudden loud noise.
Flashing light: sudden quick light.
Planet: a large round object that moves in space.
Adventures: an exciting trip that has lots of dangerous things.
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Verbs:
o Exclaimed: to say something loudly because you are surprised.
o Step: to move one leg before the other.
o Click: to make a short hard sound.
o Gasp: to make a short sudden noise when you are surprised.
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Adjectives:
Whirring: a continuous low sound.
Buzzing: a continuous noise like the sound of a bee.
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Directions:
Forwards
x
backwards
Upwards
Notice:
Turn the dial
Push the button

downwards

Press the switch


Pull the handle

M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet

Underline the correct answer:


1-My uncle works in a university; he is a (carpenter-professor-doctor).
2-There is a (row-surprise-shed) in the garden where my father keeps his old
things.
3-My mother was so angry; she closed the door with a loud (shed-bang-dial).
4-The camera (flashed-exclaimed-gasped) brightly when I turned it on.
5-A (planet-dial-telescope) makes far things bigger and closer.
6-Aladdin is famous for his (adventures-buzzing-whirring).
7-When you turn on a machine; it makes a (switch-button whirring) sound.
8-There is a big hole in front of your car: Drive (forwards-backwards-upwards).
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Give one word:


1-A large round object that moves in space. [--------------------]
2-To make a short sudden noise when you are surprised.

[---------------------]

3-A continuous low sound. [----------------------]


4-Someone who teaches a certain skill like a scientist.

[-------------------------]

5-Sudden loud noise. [-------------------------]


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Punctuate:
billy woke up with a start at ten o clock
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
Past simple tense
Usage: we use the past simple tense to talk about actions that happened
and finished in the past.
1- I welcomed my friends at my house last month.
2- Last year I was only seven years old.
3- We walked to the food court yesterday.
Key words: Yesterday- ago- last (year- month- ) - in the past- once.
Verb to be

In the past

Pronoun or Affirmative
Negative
noun
I
was
was not (wasn't)
He
was
was not (wasn't)
She
It
They
were
were not(weren't)
We
You
How to form the Past tense?

Question
Was I ------?
Was heshe-it ---?
Were theywe-you ----?

Regular verbs
We add "ed" to the verb.
Ex: Play---------------played
Walk-------------walked
We add "d" to the verbs that end with "e"
Ex: Love---------------loved
Dance-------------danced
We add "ied" and cancel the letter "y" to the verbs that end with "y" preceded by
a consonant. Ex: Carry-------------carried
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Re-write the following sentences:
1-I walk to school every day (B.W: Yesterday)

2-I am eight years old (B.W: Last year)

3-Mum decorates the vase with a bunch of flowers. (use: ten minutes ago)

4-There are tens of bees in the garden. (use: last Friday).

5-The gardener looks after the plants . (use: In the past).


Find the past of the following verbs:
Present
Am
Pull
Push
Move
Cry
Ask
Watch
Start
Are
Look
Love
Marry
Press
Point
Walk
Play
Gasp

Past

M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Rewrite the following sentences using words in brackets:
1-We are at the beach now. (yesterday)
------------------------------------------------------------------------2)Mum always cooks delicious food. (yesterday)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------3)Yes,there were children in the park. (B.W. Were)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------4)I was in the club last week.
(not)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Read the following passage and answer the questions below:
One day a mouse went to find something to eat. He ran through some
tall grass. He ran into a fierce lion. The lion caught the mouse and wouldn't
let him go. Please let me go, said the mouse, "One day I will help you."
The lion laughed. "How could a little mouse help a big lion? Very well." The
lion said, I will let you go. The mouse thanked the lion.
The next week, the mouse went to find something to eat again. He
saw the lion under a tree but the lion was tied tightly in a net of strong
ropes. The mouse had sharp teeth and began to cut the ropes with his
strong teeth. Soon the lion was free and he thanked the mouse.
A)Answer the following questions:
1.How did the lion catch the mouse?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2.How could the mouse help the lion?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------B)Choose the correct words:
3.The grass was [long-tall-short]
4.The mouse cutt the ropes with his [tail-head-teeth].
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit (2)
Chinese Dragon
New vocabulary:
Nouns:
Dragons: A large imaginary animal that has wings and can breathe
fire.
Bull: a male cow.
Lizard: a type of an animal that has four legs and a long tail.
Eagle: a very large strong bird with a beak that eats small animals.
Scales: one of the small flat pieces of skin that covers the bodies of
fish ,snakes.
Beard: hair that grows around a man's chin.
Eye brows: the line of hair above your eye.
Tower: a tall narrow building.
Spines: the row of bones down the center of your back.
Whiskers: the hair that grows on cat's face.
Paw: an animal's foot
Claws:nails.
An emperor: a ruler of a certain place.
An Empress: the wife of an emperor.
A throne: a special chair for emperors and empresses.
A princess: the daughter of an emperor and an empress.
Adjectives:
Tiny: very small.
Huge: very big.
Bushy: thick
Wise= reasonable.[someone who can think properly.
Fierce=wild.

M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Underline the correct word between brackets:
123-

We can see dragons everywhere in (America- China- England).


It was believed that dragons came from (beaches- rivers- ponds).
(Dragons- Bulls- Tigers) are extinct animals that don't exist
anymore.
4- Dragons were usually (greenish- red- grey).
5- There is a big (bag- can- vase) on the table. It decorates my
house.
6- In Chinese stories dragons brought (gold- diamond- water) for
plants.
7Dragons can breathe (oxygen- water- fire).
8- When a lion or a tiger shows its teeth, it looks (friendly- fiercewise).
9- Old people are usually kind and (wise- white- bushy).
10- Emperors have a special (bed- sofa- throne) to sit on.

Punctuate:
1.where can you see dragons in china
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2.which people like dragons
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. the king of the dragons had a head like a camel
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
Past simple tense "Irregular form"
Remember: We use the past tense to talk about past actions that
happened and ended in the past.
Key words:Yesterday- ago- last- in the past- once.
* Each irregular verb has its own past tense:
Present
Am/ is
Are
Does
Do
Have
Has
Run
See
Come
Think
Stand
Get
Begin
Bring
Hear
Say
Meet
Tell
Fly
Go
Write
Make
Sweep

Past
Was
Were
Did
Did
Had
Had
Ran
Saw
Came
Thought
Stood
Got
Began
Brought
Heard
Said
Met
Told
Flew
Went
Wrote
Made
Swept
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Correct the verb between brackets:
1-The last lesson, I (stand) at the back of the classroom.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-My last birthday, Riham (bring) me a bunch of flowers.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-Once, George (hear) the bell of the church ringing loudly.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------4-Yesterday, my little brother (think) it was raining.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------Read the following passage and answer the questions below:
Cairo Tower is one of the most famous buildings in Cairo. A lot of
people from all over Egypt and from many parts of the world like to visit it
.It was built in 1961.It is a very high building with three lifts which take
visitors up to the top. When you go to the top, you find restaurants which
moves round while you are having your meal. There, you can see the Nile,
all Cairo and Giza.If the weather is fine, you can see the Pyramids in the
west and Cairo Airport in the east.
a) Answer the following questions:
1. Why is Cairo Tower a famous building?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. What can you see when you visit Cairo Tower?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------b) Choose:
3. There are ----------------lifts to take the visitors to the top.
a.four
b.two
c.three
4.Cairo Airport is in the -----------------of Cairo Tower.
a.west
b.east
c.north.
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit (3)
The Aztecs of Central America
New vocabulary:
Nouns:
1-Tent: a piece of cloth supported by ropes and sticks.
2-Grass: the common green plant with thin leaves that covers parts of gardens.
3-Lake: a large area of water surrounded by land.
4-Sticks: a long piece of wood that has been cut from a tree.
5- Mud: wet earth that has become soft and sticky.
6-Stones: a small piece of rock.
7-Jewel: a small valuable stone.
8-Island: a piece of land surrounded by water.
9-Palace: a large grand house where a king or queen lives.
10-Aqueduct:: a structure for carrying water usually one built like a bridge
11-Feather: one of the many soft light parts covering a bird's body.
12-Pyramids: a large stone building made up of three sided walls pointed at the
top.
Adjectives:
Clever=intelligent.
Important people x ordinary people.
Powerful= strong.
Verbs:
Move on: to leave a place and travel to another.
Grow: to increase in size.
Count: to say the numbers in their correct order.
sweep (swept): to clean the floor with a broom.
Capture: (captured) to catch a person or an animal and keep them as a prisoner
or in an enclosed space.
wear (wore): to have clothes on your body.
sail (sailed): to travel across an area of water by a ship.
fight (fought): to take part in a war.
win (won): to be the first in a game or a competition
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Give one word for.
1-The common green plant with thin leaves which covers parts of the gardens
().
2-To increase in size (..).
3-A small structure made of cloth that is held up by ropes. You can use it to sleep
in when you go camping ()
4-A piece of land that is surrounded by water ().
5-A structure that carries a road across a river ().
6-Very big ().
7-One of the soft things that covers a bird's body (.).
Correct the mistakes:
Kings live in huge sandals.
The bridge that carried water to the island is a pyramid.
Aztecs liked stones.
During wars, men played bravely.
Pyramids are very small.
Complete the following sentences from the list
Clever-farm-walk-lake-plants-count-jewels-mud
I ..to school every day. I don't go by bus.
Mum went to the jeweller to buy
My sister is very .. She always gets excellent.
I learn how to .in math.
There is a big garden at our house. We grew there.
Uncle John has a big , there are a lot of animals there.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar

past simple tense


Negative form

Remember that the negative form of (verb to be) in the past is


I He She-It

was not or [wasn't]

We- you-they

were not or [weren't]

to change the verb into negative: we put


didn't+ v.inf
Interrogative form
(Yes/No Questions)
The question form of [verb to be] in the past is
Was I he-she-it ------------------?
Were we-you-they ------------------?
To form a (Yes/No) Question in the past simple tense, we use the
following form:
Did--------Subject---------v.inf--------?
Ex: Did they go to school last Friday?
Yes, they did.
No, they didn't.
* To form a (Wh-) Question in the past simple tense, we use the
following form:
Question word-----did-----subject----v.inf----?
Ex: When did you go to school yesterday?
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Re- write the following sentences:
1- We grew new plants in the garden.
(Use: not).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-They made mistakes in the exam.
(Use: not).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3- Sam cut his hand.
(Use: not).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4- Tilly went to school last Sunday.
(Use: not).
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Change the following into negative:
-Last summer, I wore white sandals.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Aztecs boys swept the floor in the past.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------They fought bravely.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I learned French last month.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------My sister wrote her name on the sheet.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Change the following sentences into questions:
-Yes, Daisy made a cheese sandwich yesterday.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------No, I didn't have one friend last year.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Yes, the students told the teacher about their project.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------No, my brother didn't work hard at school last year.
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Read the following passage and answer the questions below:
Mrs Smith, a very rich old woman, lives alone with her cat,
Pussy, in a big house. Pussy usually takes a short walk in the evenings
and is always home by 7 o'clock. One evening, the cat didn't return and
Mrs Smith was worried. Three days later, Mrs Smith received a letter.
The writer told her that Pussy would return to her if she paid 1000
pounds. Mrs Smith liked her cat very much. She went to the police who
caught the thieves and returned the cat to Mrs Smith. Both Mrs Smith
and the cat were very happy.
Answer the following questions:
1- What does Pussy usually do?

2- When does Pussy come home?

Choose the correct answer:


Mrs Smith was worried because:
a-Pussy didn't return at 7.
b-Pussy returned at 7.
c-She received a letter.
Pussy would return to Mrs Smith if she:
a) liked her cat.
b) took a short walk.
c) paid 1000 pounds.
5- Mrs Smith was very happy when:
a) she went to the police.
b) her cat returned to her.
c) she lived alone.
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit 4
Animals in the Gobi Desert
Vocabulary:
Nouns:
Desert: a large area of sand where it is always hot and dry.
Herd: a group of animals of one kind that feeds and lives together.
Herdsman: someone who looks after a herd of animals.
Yak: a wild cow.
Hill: a small mountain.
Bactrian camel: a camel with two humps.
Humps: one of the raised parts on the back of a camel.
Nostrils: one of the two openings at the end of your nose , through
which you can breathe and smell things.
Leopard: a large animal of the cat family.
Thorns: spikes.
Verbs:
o Load: to put a large amount of something on an animal.
o Live off: store.
o Drop off: to become smaller or lower in level.
o Leap: to jump high into he air.
o Protect: to keep something or someone safe from harm.
Adjectives:
Heavy: weighs a lot.
Narrow: small.
Wild: animals that can find their own food.
Adult: fully grown.
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet

Give one word:


-To keep something or someone safe from harm.
-One of the two openings at the end of your nose .

[-------------------------------]
[-----------------------------------]

-A word that means fully grown. [-------------------------]


-To put a large amount of something on an animal.

[-----------------------------]

- A wild cow. [----------------].


Choose the correct answer:
1-[Herd-Wild-protect] animals find their own food.
2-A [Bactrian camel-gazelle-snow leopard] has two humps.
3-Camels close their [humps-nostrils-legs] to keep out sand.
4-Mum [eats-stores-leaps] the cake in the fridge.
5-[Hill-Valley-Bush] is a small mountain.
6-This is not a tiger.It's a [gazelle-leopard-yak];there are black spots on its body.
7-Be careful! There are lots of [thorns-horns-nostrils]in this rose.
8-Camels live in hot places like [seas-houses-deserts].
9-Leaves [grow-look after-drop off] in autumn.
10-This donkey is carrying a heavy [herd-load-thorns]on its back.
11-The [carpenter-herdsman-professor] looks after the animals.
12-[Gazelles-Turtles-Cows] are faster than snow leopard.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar:
Equal adjectives (as..as)

To show that two nouns are equal or share the same adjective, we
use the words (as..as)
Noun 1 is as (adjective) as Noun 2
Ex: A camel is as (strong) as a yak.
Negative form of (as.as)

Noun 1 is not as (adjective) as Noun 2


Ex: The cat is not as (big) as a goat.
Comparative of short adjectives

*To compare between two nouns, we add (-er) to the end of adjective and
then we put the word (than).
Ex: A plane is faster than a car.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Re-write the following:
1- Both the camel and the yak are strong. (use: as.as)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2- The snow leopard is fast. The adult gazelle is fast. (use: asas).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3- The car is slow. The bus is slow. (use: asas).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4- The plane and the rocket are fast. (use: asas).
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-

The elephant and the dinosaur are big. (use: asas).

Change into negative:

1. Tilly is as clever as Billy.


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. The blue whale is as strong as a lion.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. The snow leopard is as fast as a yak.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4. The giraffe is as tall as a donkey.
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Read the following passage and answer the following questions:
Millions of years ago, strange animals lived on earh.at that time there
were no people at all so the dinosaurs ruled the earth.
Scientists have found their bones in the ground. These bones tell us
what dinosaurs looked like, how big they were, what they used to eat,, and
what sorts of places they used to live on. There are lots of books and films
about dinosaurs, so it's not difficult to find out more about them.

Answer the following questions:


1.Were there any people millions of years ago?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2.What do the bones tell us about?
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Choose:
3.Millions of years ago, the -----------------ruled the earth.
a)people

b)dinosaurs

c)scientists

4.Scientists found -------------------in the ground.


a)people's bones

b)their bones

c)dinosaurs' bones.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit 5
The horse race
Vocabulary:
Nouns:
Festival: A special day whan people celebrate something.
Valley:An area of land between two mountains.
Greetings: words you use when you meet someone.
Hoof:[p.hooves or hoofs] The hard foot of an animal as a horse or a cow.
Race:A competition in which each competitors tries to run fastest and
finish first.
Verbs:
Leap:To jump high in the air.
Snort:To express a feeling by breathing air noisily through your nose.
Stamp:To lift your foot off the ground and put it down hard on something.
Toss:To move and turn around continuously in a violent way.
Gallop:To move very fast with all its feet leaving the ground together.
Set off [p.set off]: to start to go somewhere.
Adjectives:
Massive: very large.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet

Choose the correct answer:


-The car [proud-race-gallop] was fantastic.
-We [tossed-snorted-set off] to Aswan yesterday.
-Sham El-Nessim is a popular [race-flag-festival].
-Billy won the [massive-race-stamp] yesterday.He is the best.
-The white horse [leapt-stamped-set off] over the fence.
-The footballer [galloped-stamped-tossed]his head in anger when he missed the
ball.
-There was a [exciting-massive-pony] storm over the North Coast of Egypt.
-My father[stamped-snorted-disappeared]when I came late.

Give one word:


-To jump high in the air . [------------------------]
-A competition in which each competitors tries to run fastest and finish first.
[------------------------]
-To lift your foot off the ground and put it down hard on something. [--------------]
-The hard foot of an animal as a horse or a cow.[------------------]
-To express a feeling by breathing air noisily through your nose.[---------------------]
-To move very fast with all its feet leaving the ground together. [---------------------]
-To move and turn around continuously in a violent way.
-To start to go somewhere. [---------------------].
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
Superlative form of short adjectives:

We use the superlative form to compare between one


and many people or things.

The +adj+est.
Ex: Tom is the cleverest pupil in 3A.
Giraffes are the tallest animals on land.
If the adjective ends with [e] add "st". nice ----- the nicest.
Large----the largest
If the adjective ends with [y] after a consonant. Cancel the [y]
and add "iest".happy-------- the happiest.
Pretty-------the prettiest.
If the adjective ends with a consonant after a vowel after a
consonant (the cvc rule); double the last consonant. Fat------- the
fattest.
Big------ the biggest.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Write the superlative form of the following adjectives:
Adjectiv
e
Big
Tall
Happy
Short
Large
Fat
Cold
Low

Superlative
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Adjectiv
e
Hot
Weak
Strong
High
Fast
Cosy
Proud
Old

Superlative
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Choose the correct answer:


-The sun is [hot-hotter-the hottest]object in the world.
-The 6th of October is one of the [great-greater-greatest] days in Egypt.
-Cleopatra is [pretty-prettier than-the prettiest] queen that ruled Egypt.
-The United States of America is one of [strong-stronger-the strongest]
countries in the world.
-Australia is the [small-smaller than-smallest] continent in the world.
-The blue whale is one of [heavy-heavier than-the heaviest] animal on
earth.
-The elephant is [big-bigger-the biggest] animal on land.
-Lily is [young-younger than-the youngest] girl in the family.
-This knife is [the sharpest-sharp-sharper than] one in the house.
-The River Nile is the [long-longer-longest] river in the world.
-Egypt is [safe- the safest-safer than] country you can visit.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Read the following passage and answer the questions:H.W
Jack is going to live in Clifton.Jack and his mother and his father are
going to go to Clifton by train.Jack wants to see his cousins,Jill,Martin and
Emma.Now they are at the railway station.First,they go to the information
office.Next,they go to the ticket office.Jack and his father go to the
newsagent to ask about the trains.
Answer the following questions:
1.How is Jack going to go to Clifton?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2.Who does Jack want to see?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3.Where is Jack's family going to live?
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Choose:
4. Martin and Jill are Jack's ---------------------.
a.father and mother b.uncle and aunt

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c.cousins.

M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit six
Ice Age Giants
New vocabulary:

Caves

Tusks

Scales

woolly mammoth

sloth

armadillo

fur

spikes

Herd: a large group of animals.


Enormous: extremely big.
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leopard

claws

saber-tooth cabre

paws

M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Replace the following sentences with one suitable word:

It hangs upside down in trees. ( )


They are as sharp as a knife. ( )
It has hard scales on its back. ( .. )
The thick coat of soft hair covering the body of some animals.
( )

Supply the missing letters:

C_ _ _

P_ _

M_ _ _ _ _ _

C_ _ _

S_ _ _ _

A_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Punctuate:
my sister s favorite animal is the horse
.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
Comparative of long adjectives

To compare between
two nouns using short
adjectives we use this
form .

(adj+er) + than
Ex,
Tom is taller than his
brother.

To compare between
two nouns using long
adjectives (three or
more syllables we use
this form
More + adjective + than

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Comparative of long adjectives


Here are some examples of long adjectives:
Beautiful
Dangerous
Delicious

Sandy is more beautiful than Mandy.


Lions are more dangerous than cats.
My moms cake is more delicious than my cake.
Superlative of long adjectives

To compare between more


than two nouns using short
adjectives we use this form

The + adjective ( est )


Ex: Sam is the tallest boy in
the class.

To compare between
more than two nouns
using long adjectives we
use this form

The + most + adjective

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Choose the correct answer:
1. Pizza is (delicious- more delicious- the most delicious) food.
2. Sammy is (beautiful- more beautiful- the most beautiful) than her
sister.
3. The castle is (enormous- more enormous- the most enormous)
building in town.
4. Which is (as dangerous- more dangerous- the most dangerous), a
snake or a crocodile?
5. Ben is a very (intelligent- more intelligent- the most intelligent) boy.
6. Ella is (cheerful- more cheerful- the most cheerful) girl in her class.
7. Mandys voice is (beautiful- more beautiful- the most beautiful) than
Hannas.
8. The box jellyfish is (poisonous- more poisonous- the most poisonous)
animal in the world.
9. The Eiffel tower is (famous- more famous- the most famous) place in
Paris.
10. Sarahs mask is (frightening- more frightening- the most frightening)
than Noras.
11.
English is (important- more important- the most important)
language worldwide.
12.
Math is (difficult- more difficult- the most difficult) than Arabic.
13.
Dr. Ben is (intelligent- more intelligent- the most intelligent)
person Ive ever met.
14.
This is (exciting- more exciting- the most exciting) match Ive
ever seen.
15.
Gold is the most (delicious- expensive- intelligent) metal.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Read and answer.
Mary goes to the Baby Home School. At school she likes the music
lesson. She doesnt like math because the teacher gives homework every
day. There is no school on Fridays, so in the afternoon she goes to the
club with her friends. In the evening she goes shopping with her mother or
reads a story with her father. At eight oclock she has supper with her
family and goes to bed early. Mary is a very happy girl.
Answer the following:
1. Why doesnt Mary like math?

2. Where does she go in the afternoon?

Choose:
3. Mary likes the (math- art- music) lesson.
4. Mary reads a story with her (mother- father- friend).
Find the opposite of these words from the comprehension:
1. Takes ..
2. Sad
3. Morning

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit Seven
Flight
Reading and Understanding:

Glare: (v.) to shine with bright light/ to look and stare.


Glows: to shine with heat.
Flock: a group of animals e.g. (sheep).
Leap: to jump.
Flow: to follow or to walk after e.g. (water in river).
Float: something that remains on the surface of the liquid.
Rooster: the hens male.
Perch: a high place where birds rest.
Perching: when birds sit or have rest on a high place.
Huge: very big.
Drop: to fall down.
Cheer: to show happiness.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Write only one word instead of each sentence:
1. Something that remain on the surface of a liquid ()
2. To jump or to move in a hurry from place to place
(..).
3. When the sun shines with heat (..).
4. A word that means when a bird have a rest on a high place
(.).
5. A word that means to go down (.)
6. A word that means happiness ().
7. A word that means big and wide ().
8. A word that we call the hen's male (..).
Match the following to complete the sentence:
Definition
Word
12345-

A group of animals e.g.


sheep- goats
To follow or to walk after
To jump
Something that remains on
a liquid surface
To shine in the eye

glare
float
flow
leap
flock

Underline the correct answer between brackets:


1-

Sheep and goats walk in a (float- flock).

2-

The sun was (flowing- glaring) right in my eyes.

3-

Sam and Joe play and (fly- leap) in the garden.

4-

They didn't fight, but stood (glowing- glaring) at one another.

5-

It's too hot. The sun (float- glows) in the sky.

6-

Dolphins (fly- leap) in the water.


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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
Future simple tense
Usage: we use the
future tense to talk
about the near future.

Key words:
next- tonighttomorrow.

Form:
Statement: I+ am+ going to+ V. infinitive
He
She + is+ going to+ V. infinitive.
It
You
We + are+ going to+ V. infinitive
They
Negative: Subject+ v. to be+ not+ going to+ v. inf.
Questions: V. to be + subject+ going to+ v. inf.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Rewrite the following sentences:
1- Yesterday evening, I watched TV.
(tomorrow)

2- He goes home.
(next week)

3- The weather was good yesterday.


(Tonight)

4- The party finishes early.


(Tomorrow)

5- The boys study their lessons.


(next week)

6- She passes the exam.


(next month)

Underline the correct word:


1-

Martin is (go to- goes to- going to) have coffee in the morning.

2-

Roxy (doesn't- isn't going to- going to) go to her Grandparents next
week.

3-

(Is- Are- Do) they going to travel to Paris by plane?

4-

How (are- do-does) you going to go to school?

5-

The car isn't going to (run- runs- running) fast any more.

6-

My daughters (am- is- are) going to tidy their room next morning.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (3), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Read the following passage and then answer the questions:
I live in Alexandria. Our city is beautiful. Its streets are big and clean.
There are a lot of shops, hospitals, schools and restaurants. There are
places of fun like cinemas, clubs, funfairs and theaters. Many people like to
come to visit our city because there are many fine beaches there. They
stay in hotels, eat in restaurants and spend nice time in our city.

Answer the following questions:


1. What are the places of fun in your city?
.
2. Why do many people like to visit your city?
..
Complete:
3. The streets in our city are ..and
4. There are lots of and ..in our city.
Choose the correct answer:
1. People stay in (cinemas- hotels- restaurants).
2. They spend (bad- big- nice) time in Alexandria.

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