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Unit Components
Student Book

Grammar Station Practice
This section introduces the main Various exercises allow students to
grammar points in the units. It provides reinforce and gradually expand their
clear explanations and charts showing understanding of the grammar rules
grammatical forms, meanings, and that they have learned. This section
usages. There are also corresponding involves correction exercises that train
pictures and simple examples to help students to recognize and correct
students easily understand the basic grammar errors in sentences.
grammar structures and rules that are
presented. Simple check-up exercises
are provided at the bottom of the Grammar in Writing
page. They are helpful in checking This section provides a variety of writing
students’ initial understanding of the types such as letters, diaries, book
key grammar points. reports, advertisements, news reports,
instructions, etc. This allows students to
apply their knowledge of the grammar
Check Up rules in a meaningful context.
Guided exercises and drills are
presented to help students practice
the basic grammar structures. Students Review
get a chance to learn how to properly
At the end of each unit, students
apply the grammar rules through these
have the opportunity to review and
exercies.
internalize what they have learned.

Supplementary Material

Review Test Appendix: Grammar Station
After every four units, students will take a review Grammar charts from each unit’s Grammar Station are
test. These tests aim to access and evaluate students’ included in the back of the book. They allow students
understanding of the grammar points that they have to easily access the book’s main grammar points.
learned.

Contents
Nouns & Articles Present Simple
01 Harry is my dog. Nouns 6 13 He eats bread every day. Present Simple: Subject-Verb Agreement 54

02 This is a dress. Articles 10 14 She brushes her teeth. Present Simple: Positive 58

03 He has three watches. Plural Nouns 14 15 We don’t play soccer. Present Simple: Negative 62

04 He wants some water. Count & Noncount Nouns 18 16 Do you like carrots? Present Simple: Yes/No Questions 66

The Verb Be Modal Verbs & Imperatives
05 He is Bob. Subject Pronouns & The Verb Be 22 17 What does he like? Present Simple: Wh-questions 70

06 I'm not a teacher. The Verb Be: Negative & Yes/No Questions 26 18 He can play the piano. Modal Verb: Can (Ability) 74

07 Who is she? The Verb Be: Wh-questions 30 19 May I sit here? Modal Verbs: Can / May (Permission) 78

08 There is a table. There + The Verb Be 34 20 Clean your room. Imperatives 82

Pronouns & Adjectives Supplementary Material
09 This is a bat. Demonstrative Pronouns 38 • Review Tests 1 - 5 88 - 97
• Appendix: Grammer Station  98 - 102
10 These are my sneakers. Possessive Adjectives 42 • Scope & Sequence 103

11 My bag is green. Adjectives 46

12 They are on the sofa. Prepositions of Place 50

01 Harry is my dog.
Grammar Station
A Match the pictures with the correct nouns and categories.
1. 2. 3. 4.

Nouns
Nouns are divided into common nouns and proper nouns.
Common nouns are words for people, animals, places, or things. • • • •
‌Proper nouns are the names of particular people, animals, places, or things.
They begin with a capital letter. • • • •
hamster museum balloon magician
People Animals Places Things • • • •
boy girl dog kitten school library desk flower • • • •
teacher student rabbit elephant park house movie soccer people animals places things
Common
brother sister tiger cheetah bank airport milk rain
singer friend zebra snake city country month holiday
B Choose and write the nouns.
Proper Chris Jessica Harry Kiki Paris France May Christmas
king China sheep bike
bottle mother Chicago wallet
zebra police officer library giraffe
My teacher is
Harry is my dog.
Mr. Smith.
1. People king mother police officer

2. Animals sheep zebra giraffe
May is my favorite China Chicago library
This city is London.
month. 3. Places

4. Things bike bottle wallet

C Circle the correct words.
Circle the nouns.
1. bag, a, city 2. rabbit, Snoopy, is 1. This is a ( bag / Bag ). 2. I have a ( monkey / Monkey ).

3. the, month, girl 4. London, holiday, my 3. My name is ( tom / Tom ). 4. Today is ( Sunday / sunday ).

5. snake, an, Chris 6. are, school, teacher 5. I’m from ( america / America ). 6. James is a ( Student / student ).

7. sister, run, Paris 8. cute, monkey, June 7. The kitten is ( Mimi / mimi ). 8. My father is a ( farmer / Farmer ).

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ail, you can
When you write an em
Grammar in Writing use common and pro
pe r nouns to
give information.
A Underline the nouns and write them in the correct boxes.
1. Jack is a driver.
Choose and complete the email.
Common Noun Proper Noun
2. Today is Wednesday. driver Jack
today Wednesday
3. This train goes to London. Dear Ken,
train London
4. Ken is my new classmate. classmate Ken I’m Amy’s friend. My name is Jane .
hamster Jasmine
I am an elementary school student .
5. Jasmine has a hamster. city Madrid
My father is a cook . My mother is an actress .
6. Madrid is a beautiful city.
I have one brother . His name is Tom .

I have a monkey . His name is Sam .
B Choose and complete the sentences.
We live in Paris . It is a beautiful city .
1 2 3 4
I hope we can be friends!

Jane

1. Susan lives in New York .
( the city )

Snoopy Spider - Man monkey brother cook Sam city
2. I play with .
( the puppy ) Snoopy Paris actress Tom student Jane
3. Mr. Smith is my teacher. New York
( The man )
Mr. Smith
4. We watch Spider-Man .
( the movie )

• Complete the chart.
C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences.
People Animals Places Things
1. Brian loves france. Brian loves France.
Common Proper Common Proper Common Proper Common Proper
2. My mother is a Teacher. My mother is a teacher. boy Chris dog Snoopy city New York month March

3. My birthday is in march. My birthday is in March. girl Susan kitten Kiki country France holiday Christmas

4. His name is gary. His name is Gary.
Kiki Christmas dog month France Chris city girl
5. The man has a big Dog. The man has a big dog.

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There is ( a / an ) snake. You wear a dress. The sun is bright. 2. The boy is handsome. i. We put them before nouns. He is an engineer. ( An / The ) sky is dark. a an We use a or an before singular nouns. 1. 7. e. C Circle the correct words. 4. an igloo a candle Article Article + Noun a bookshelf an eraser a consonant sounds a bike a dress a park a test a coat a scientist an ant vowel sounds a roof an umbrella an (a. ( a / an ) iguana 6. Circle a or an for each noun.02 This is a dress. 7. o. 3. 10 Unit 2 11 . Grammar Station A Choose and write a or an before each noun. 8. ( A / The ) snake is long. an. and the are articles. ( a / an ) park 4. 1. a party an office the only one of something the sun the moon the sky B Complete the sentences with a or an. My aunt is an artist. ( a / an ) desk 8. ( a / an ) eraser ( A / The ) moon is yellow. He has ( a / an ) owl. There is an iguana. 2. ( a / an ) pencil 2. u) an artist an elephant an island an octopus an umbrella specific thing I see a boy. ( a / an ) girl 4. 1 2 1. 3. I see ( a / an ) man. She has a coat. I see an elephant. This is an onion. 5. 6. ( a / an ) octopus 3 4 3. Tom has a backpack. candle igloo bookshelf eraser scientist roof ant party umbrella office Articles The words a. We use the before a specific thing or only one of something. I see a boy. ( A / The ) man is tall. I have a bike. 5. ( a / an ) artist ( An / The ) owl is cute. The boy is handsome. This is a dress.

The elephant is very huge. only one of the sun the moon the sky something 5. or the. The girl has a doll . Brown has a truck. I have a idea. The iguana is cute. 6. The clown has an umbrella. 4. The camera is very nice. doll eraser ruler orange umbrella robot kite jacket The circus is in town. Susan has a coat. B Complete the sentences with a. an artist an eagle an island an owl vowel sounds (a. u) an uncle 2. The sky is blue. consonant sounds a truck a coat a bookshelf a test C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. The monkey juggles balls. Jack has an aunt. Jack has a aunt. 1. too. and an elephant. too. I have a bike. The truck is old. It is big and old. and the sun is bright. you need When you write a sto Grammar in Writing to use the right article s before nouns. The bike is red. and a jacket . an umbrella . an. The bear rides a bike. The elephant stands on a big ball. The sun is hot. e. I have an idea. 2. There is an elephant. The boy has a robot . There is a eagle. Complete the story with a. There is a clown. o. Mr. 1. People cheer for the animals. 5. i. • Complete the chart. a ruler . and a kite . An sun is hot. an. 3. ry. A Choose and complete the sentences. an eraser . The coat is pretty. My uncle has a garden. a bear. My sister has an iguana. 4. or the. There is an eagle. a There is monkey. My uncle has an garden. We are at the circus! 1. specific thing He has a camera. 3. 2. an orange . People cheer for the clown. 12 Unit 2 13 .

trees glasses stories wolves Singular Plural balloons benches cherries leaves most nouns + -s ball balls bench benches dish dishes -ch. 3. He has three watches. Matthew wants three ( sandwiches / sandwichs ). 1.03 He has three watches. 2. 4. Check the correct plural nouns. tomato tomatoes 1. She has a watch. four students 4. We usually add -s or -es to make plural nouns. -sh. four leafs 4. three knives 5. -x. 7. -o + -es bus buses fox foxes B Write the correct plural nouns. There are three ( boxs / boxes ). My aunt has two ( babys / babies ). four babys 14 Unit 3 15 . Grammar Station A Choose and write the plural nouns in the correct boxes. one scarf four scarves one butterfly five butterflies He wants a cherry. two buss 3. baby babies consonant + -y y + -ies cherry cherries leaf leaves -f. -s. Hillary needs seven ( potatoes / potatos ). I have two ( wallets / walletes ). -s -es -ies -ves We use plural nouns when we talk about two or more people or things. They see leaves. two dishs 8. 1. glass tree wolf story bench cherry balloon leaf Plural Nouns We use singular nouns when we talk about one person or thing. She wants four cherries. six tomatoes 6. C Circle the correct words. three friends 2. 5. -fe f + -ves knife knives one eraser two erasers one dish three dishes There are two birds. 3. 2.

brush knife dress watch box Garage Sale I am at a shop. -x. There are ten cities. The rabbits meet three lambs . three dresses . -sh. Complete the advertisement using plural nouns. 2. five knives three dresses two wallets 1. – 3 p. potato potatoes 3. -ch. five . There are ten citis. The girl has a puppy. shelf shelves -f. A Choose and complete the sentence. two boxes . 1. most nouns friend friends bench benches brush brushes C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. The baby sees an elf. 4. and two watches three scarves six dishes 5. • Complete the chart.m. October 4 -Where: 3404 Jewel Ave. Tony has seven peachs. four . $ 10 $5 0 $2 B Change and complete the sentences using plural nouns. I need four hamburgeres. My uncle has two buss. consonant + -y baby babies 4. -fe knife knives 5. Rule Singular Plural 5. The student needs a bench. Chris wants five shelvs. When you write an ad Grammar in Writing you can describe thi ngs for sale using plural noun s. The lady wants a strawberry. Tony has seven peaches. vertisement. The girls have two puppies . I need four hamburgers. $ 15 0 brushes $3 $ 12 3. -s. 4. 16 Unit 3 17 . The rabbit meets a lamb. My uncle has two buses. The babies see seven elves .m. Chris wants five shelves. The ladies want five strawberries . -o glass glasses 1. watches -Things to sell: -Time: 9 a. *No discounts! No refunds! See you there! 2. We’re having a garage sale! Don’t miss this chance to buy great things! I see many things there: -When: Saturday. box boxes 2. The students need four benches . 3. six knives .

Julie sees ( an eagle / some eagle ). I have ( a soup / some soup ). butter shirt cheese 6. Draw a around the count nouns and a around the noncount nouns. ( a / some / two ) cheese He wants some water. 18 Unit 4 19 . a firefighter 3. 1. C Circle the correct words. 1. ( a / some / three ) bread an onion some onions a soup some soups 3 4 3. X oil Count & Noncount Nouns Count nouns are nouns that we can count. ( a / an / two ) cooks She eats two apples. orange money juice 4. an eraser 4. 4. soup water brother milk 3. X milk 2. ( a / an / some ) toothpaste I eat an orange.04 He wants some water. or X. They have singular and plural forms. X shampoo Noncount nouns are nouns that we can’t count. a post office 8. There are ( two buildings / some building ). an egg Count Noncount a song three songs a music three musics B Circle the correct words. They only have singular forms. an. Grammar Station A Write a. He eats some grapes. We can use some with both plural count nouns and noncount nouns. 5 6 5. 2. ( a / an / two ) sandwiches 6. She wants some bread. 7. 5. We want ( two butters / some butter ). My mom wants ( an oil / some oil ). Ken needs ( three moneys / some money ). X flour 6. ( a / an / some ) honey a leaf some leaves a tea some teas an orange some oranges a juice some juices 2. a dollar four dollars a money four moneys a sandwich some sandwiches a bread some breads 1 2 1. artist bread tea box 5.

or X. • Complete the chart. 20 Unit 4 21 . There is some sand. Now they are full and happy. Larry has some money. When you use noun Grammar in Writing check first whether the y are un s. 3. some ham . Gretel has 4. Wendy needs some spoons. and some milk . Larry has some moneys. bug onion yogurt rice chair picture 3. 2. Scott drinks X water. He sees a bug. 7. 6. Wendy needs some spoon. some butter . Holly has X sugar. She needs: Hansel finds a house. rice onion 2. I need some orange. two pears . some meat . pilot basket sugar oil bug yogurt Brenda listens to music. and some bread . cheese Hansel has some . butter rice cheese onion meat egg Hansel and Gretel are in the woods. an. 8. 3. 5. Count Noncount pilot sugar C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. 4. some onions . 2. 6. Emily needs X yogurt. cheese ham juice bread B Complete the sentences with a. some eggs . Brenda listens to musics. oil basket 1. chair picture meat coffee meat coffee eagle honey 4. milk banana sandwich pear 1. They are hungry and thirsty. Jerry eats an orange. s in a story. two bananas . The house is full of food. There is some sands. There is a vet. My mom is in a grocery store. eagle brother honey money money brother 5. I need some oranges. 1. 5. count or noncount no A Choose and complete the sentence. Choose and complete the story. My dad wants X tea. Alice needs a chair. some cheese . some rice . three sandwiches and some juice .

he. It It’s We’re 5. (The pot) It is heavy. They am 2. she. We are angry. He / She are 4. is 5 6 5. (Mary) She is a singer. You are very smart. They She is = She’s = They’re Animals/Things It = It’s They 3 4 3. Singular Plural Subject Subject Pronoun Be Short Form Pronoun Be Short Form B Complete the sentences using the verb be. It is 4. Mrs. my friends. 4. (The giraffes) They are tall. 1. I am 6. 1. We use I. We’re hardworking. (Ben) He is a smart boy. 6. They my teachers. I am sleepy. (My sisters) They are pretty. He’s my friend. He is Match the subject pronouns with their forms of the verb be. We are very cute. 3. 5. Subject Pronouns & The Verb Be Subject pronouns replace subject nouns. They are 2. 4. The verb be (am. I’m a student. I is 6. (Ken and Bill) They are actors. They’re kind. and they for people.05 He is Bob. is) changes its form according to the subject. and it and they for animals or things. 8. Hunter an actress. 6. I am Kelly. We are friends. 3. I am = I’m We = We’re are 1 2 1. We hungry. 7. you. You are = You’re You = You’re People He = He’s are 2. She is 5. busy. Grammar Station A Write the correct subject pronouns. 2. (Amy and you) You are kind. They are my parents. He is Bob. You 3. C Write the short forms. (You and I) We are very rich. we. a good person. I’m She’s 22 Unit 5 23 . He is fat. beautiful. They’re He’s 1. are.

It is It’s 4. = They’re delicious. characters. 4. Your shirt is pretty. 3. My name is Matthew. Complete the book report using the verb be. = He’s brave. 1 2 3 The Scarecrow is foolish. setting. the Lion and the Scarecrow are her friends. Harry and Bill are musicians. = They’re musicians. 5. Mrs. 3. Helen and Jack are cooks. Paul and I are classmates. = She’s old. ok report. Setting They are in the Land of Oz. = We’re classmates. you Grammar in Writing When you write a bo can use the verb be to describe the an d story. Jim and Fred are my uncles. The Tin Man. I am 11 years old. They are dentists. My dad is scared. The Tin Man is unhappy. Sandy is my cousin. They is happy. They are happy. My dad are scared. A Write the correct subject pronouns. She is She’s They are They’re 3. Helen and Jack is cooks. 6. David is brave. Dennis is an actor. They are very kind. 1. = It’s pretty. Characters Dorothy is a girl. 4 5 6 Story Dorothy and Toto are lost in the Land of Oz. Singular Plural I am I’m We are We’re C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. We are students. is The Lion shy. The cookies are delicious. Toto is her dog. They help Dorothy go back home. • Complete the chart. We’re busy. 5. He is He’s 2. 1. Title The Wizard of Oz 4. 2. 24 Unit 5 25 . Houston is old. She is very tall. He is handsome. You are You’re You are You’re 1. Her red shoes are magical. We’s busy. Jodie and I are friends. 2. B Complete the sentences.

. ? Yes.. It is a dragonfly. she isn’t.. B No. It is a duck. you are. Is he Jack? I’m not a teacher. 1. They are not my friends.. 4. . it is. ? Yes. I is not tired. ? Yes. You are not = You aren’t Are you . You are smart. It are not scary. they aren’t. 6. Are they cooks? You are not = You aren’t Are you . I am. He = He isn’t Is he . she is. I’m not.. they are. We are not firefighters. 2. 4... we aren’t. No. We are happy. B Change the sentences into questions. She is American. ? Yes. he isn’t ... Negative Yes/No Question 5. A Is it a hamster? 5. ? Yes. Are we happy? I am a student.. They = They aren’t Are they . We put not after the verb be to make negative sentences. . They are not angry. The Verb Be: Negative & Yes/No Questions 3. Is she 2. he isn’t. I am Canadian. 1. Are you diligent? It = It isn’t Is it . B Yes. B No. ? Yes. ? Yes. Check the correct sentences.. you aren’t. You are not stupid. We are police officers. It is not a chicken. No.‌No. Is he hardworking? 1. you aren’t. She is not = She isn’t Is she . ? Yes. 2. No. 4. 3. he isn’t. she is They aren’t ugly. C Complete the answers. He is handsome. A Is he your father? 1. 2. 4. Is it a dragonfly? 5. No. I am... She am not here. it isn’t . A Is she your mother? They are pretty. we are. We put the verb be before the subject to make yes/no questions. No. You are diligent. It’s a kitten. You are not short. I am not = I’m not Am I . They are cooks.06 I’m not a teacher. 3. they are . Grammar Station A Complete the negative sentences. They are my brothers. American? We = We aren’t Are we . Are you a firefighter? 6. you are. He is not ugly. . Subject Be + Not Short Form Question Answer 6.. he is. He is Jack. it isn’t. He is lazy. He’s my uncle. A Are they your brothers? B Yes.. No. No. We are not hungry.Yes. 3. No. 26 Unit 6 27 . I am not French..

you aren’t. My parents are angry. about who or how he A Change and complete the sentences using the short negative forms.. he isn’t . Ralph and Fred aren’t swimmers. she is... He is not = He isn’t Is he . 1. 1.. 3. Grammar in Writing When you interview you can use the verb be to ask /she is. she isn’t . You have a son. He is eight years old.. he isn’t. A Is she old? B No. The table is heavy. it is. Ralph and Fred isn’t swimmers. I am ! 1. It’s very smart. ? Yes. The table isn’t heavy. aren’t Fred. No. ? Yes. 5.. Let’s welcome Fred. B Yes. an actor. they are. No. 28 Unit 6 29 . 2. they are. She is a lawyer. They are not = They aren’t Are they ... Complete the interview. Is your wife an actress? 3. We are not = We aren’t Are we .. we aren’t. I’m not. 2. A Is it your scarf? • Complete the chart. Is he nine years old? 5... we are. you aren’t. B Yes. I am not Jasmine. what is this? Is it your kitten? Yes. It not is your kite. No. he is. Negative Yes/No Question I am not = I’m not Am I . B No. I’m not a mailman. I’m not. A Are you hungry? 2. It is not your kite. ? Yes.. You are not = You aren’t Are you . I am a mailman. Greg and I are singers. No. It is not = It isn’t Is it . A Are they hairdressers? 4. They are really lovely. it is . No. aren’t No. You are not = You aren’t Are you .. 3. No. You am not a princess. Are these your daughters? B Write the questions. ? Yes. 1 2 3 4 Oh. someone. ? Yes. she isn’t. 4. My parents aren’t angry. She is not = She isn’t Is she .. I am. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. she is. to our show. I are not Jasmine. No. Yes. it isn’t. 4. Greg and I singers. You are not a princess.. they aren’t. You my friend. Karen aren’t my cousin. You are my friend. No. let’s talk about your family first. it isn’t. they are . you are. No. Are you happy? hungry old hairdressers your scarf Yes. you are. ? Yes. ? Yes. ? Yes. Karen isn’t my cousin..

A ( Who / What ) are they? B They are lizards. Question Answer am I? You are the king. A ( Who / What ) are they? B They are my cousins. B He is Jerry. What is it? • • They are Tracy’s sisters. A Who is he? She is my teacher. are you? I am Alice. 5. . 4. Who are those girls? • • It is a post office. A What are the boxes? Who B They are presents. 3. 1. 2. 4. . White. We use what to ask for information about animals or things. Who is she? What are they? . He is a mail carrier. 1. 2. 2. A ( Who / What ) is that small animal? B It is a spider. The question words who or what come before the verb be. 1.‌She is Mrs. Wood.‌It is a pumpkin. 30 Unit 7 31 . 3. A ( Who / What ) is the old woman? B She is my grandmother. I am your new teacher. Who is she? • • It is a bike. 2. 6. Who is that man? • • They are zebras. B Match the questions with the correct answers. A ( Who / What ) are you? B I’m Andy’s brother. We use who to ask for information about people. 5. Who are you? What is it? 5. A What are they? B They are blueberries. C Complete the questions. are they? They are Tony and Beth. 3.‌They are pears. Things What are they? They are giraffes. B I’m Mr. Match the pictures with the correct question words. What are they? • • She is Holly. A Who are you? What 6. 1.‌I’m Kelly. People Who is he? He is my uncle. Animals/ is it? It is a basket. What is that building? • • He is the chef. The Verb Be: Wh-questions 3. . I’m a student. 4. 4.07 Who is she? Grammar Station A Circle the correct words.

you When you write a dia Grammar in Writing can use question wo rds to ask for on . A Who are they? B They are ( my parents / sandwiches ). Who is the boys? Who are the boys? It is is it? a skunk. A Who are they? B They are ( Jill and Bob / my gloves ). B ‌They are Fred and Jessica. are the men? They are Tom and Brad. 5. Question Answer am I? You are the chef. 2. What are they? a magician. He is my uncle. I am Abracadabra! Look at this. 2. are doves. A What is it? B It is ( a swimmer / my phone ). 4. It is a catalog. A What is it? Wow. What are they? – It is my puppies. Animals/ What 4. What is it? – They is a catalog. What is it? It is 3. they B It’s a robot. 32 Unit 7 33 . 3. A Who is that boy? B He is ( my cousin Sam / Tom’s house ). Who are you? They are twins. What is that woman? is She is the girl? my cousin Jane. logue. 5. A What are they? B They are ( my kite / skunks ). What am she? Who is she? Things are They are they? chairs. A Who is that lady? B She is ( tomato pasta / my aunt ). He is an old man. I like it. A Who is he? B He is Dan. They’re my classmates. specific informati A Circle the correct words and complete the answers. a box. Who is he? What are they? 1 2 1. are you? I am your teacher. A What are they? 3 4 B They are flags. 6. 1. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. 2. Who is that woman? People Who 1. They are my puppies. Complete the dialogue in the comic strip. Abracadabra! Abracadabra! B Write the questions using who or what. 3. A Who are they? • Complete the chart. 4.

Singular an umbrella. There some rice. two clowns. There many stars. a room three buses There Be Noun some butter two babies a chair. There is a table. There are two melons. There is a peach. are are 1. Grammar Station A Choose and write the words in the correct boxes. 2. is is 5. There are Plural three rabbits. There are four cucumbers. 3. 1. 7. There are some dishes. There is some juice. There are ( some trees / a tree ). There are ( some bowls / a bowl ). a room some butter three buses two babies some dolphins some water There + The Verb Be We use there is for singular nouns and noncount nouns. There is some water some dolphins some bread. There is ( some money / a money ). There are two clowns. B Complete the sentences with is or are. 4. is is C Circle the correct words. There a hospital. Circle the correct words. There is ( a tent / some tents ). There are ( a cow / some cows ). There is ( a farm / two farms ). 4. 6. There is some bread. 6. is is 3. There are two tomatoes. 8. There a big house. 2. There two children. There is There are We use there are for plural nouns. 2. are are 5. 1. 4. 6. seven butterflies. There is some ham. Noncount some milk. There some flowers. There are ( a river / two rivers ). some dishes. are are 34 Unit 8 35 . 5.08 There is a table. 3. There is ( two swings / a swing ).

There is three airplanes. There is some jam. There Be Noun There Be Noun 2. 2. There is some rice. Look! The soldiers chase her. There is some flour. B Write the sentences using there is and there are. ry. There is a queen. There are a queen. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. Complete the story with there is or there are. Alice runs away. There is some honey. There is a sofa. 4. There are some cookies. 1. There is a garden. • Complete the chart. 4 vase sofa monkey some milk There is some soda on the table. There is a child. There are three airplanes. 1 There is a white rose. 5. There is a fat queen. There are two vases. 3. 5. There are many strange things in the garden. Alice sees a strange rabbit. that something exi sts A Complete the sentences with there is or there are. There are a station. 3. There is some milk. There is some oil. 4. There is a bowl. 2 This is the living room. There is a swing. 2. There is some soup. She drinks the soda. There are some jam. There are some soldiers. 4. 36 Unit 8 37 . She follows the rabbit. 1. There are some flour. There is a station. 3 1. There are three monkeys. There are nine airplanes. you can When you write a sto Grammar in Writing use there is or there are to say . 3. There are four men. There are some shoes. There are two lambs. There are three dolphins.

These is 1. This and that are for singular nouns. Singular Plural This is a bat. Are these new pants? 3. We use that and those to talk about people or things that are far from us. scissors. These are new pants. / No. 3. 4. This is Fred’s bike. ( This / That ) is my bed. and these and those are for plural nouns. Positive That is a jar. They are mittens. it is. Those are This is 4. 4. This isn’t a stick. ( This / That ) is my dresser. 3. socks. That isn’t a soccer ball. That are 3 4 These is This is a bat. This is 2. melons. B Circle the correct words. this 1. they aren’t. These are Are those gloves? 5 6 That is These are pears. This isn’t a stick. a bottle. ( This / That ) is my desk. ( This / That ) is my computer. Those are Match the pictures with the correct words.Yes. These aren’t peaches. Is that spinach? that 2. they are. C Change the sentences into questions.‌No. Demonstrative Pronouns We use this and these to talk about people or things that are near us.09 This is a bat. These aren’t mittens. a frog. a bucket. these 3. Those are pears. 2. 1. Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. Those aren’t peaches. Those are These is 6.Yes. 5. Is this 〔that〕 a bowl? Are these 〔those〕 gloves? Those are Question . they aren’t. ( This / That ) is my chair. That is spinach. Those are Kate’s kittens. . Are those Kate’s kittens? those 4. / No. 2. 1. Negative 1 2 That isn’t a vase. . it isn’t. 5. These are gloves. That is a baseball. Is this Fred’s bike? 38 Unit 9 39 .

That isn’t a car. Those are her umbrellas. A Is this an orange? That is a sink. it is . Question Is this the post office? Is that your coat? Are those your coats? 3. they are. These are my vases. it isn’t. It is very cute and smart! That is a microwave. Those aren’t onions. These aren’t pears. These are telephones. −Yes. This is my vase. Those are zebras. it is. it is. / No. A Are these monkeys? B Yes. These are my sunglasses. / No. That is a toilet. . Positive That is a zebra. 4. 2. • Complete the chart. 2 2. This is my robot dog. they aren’t . nstrative When you use demo Grammar in Writing pronoun s in wr itin g. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. –Yes. it isn’t . A Are those melons? Oh. they are. B Yes . they are . 1 2 3 4 Complete the narration using demonstrative pronouns. Are this the post office? –Yes. 3. Negative 1. These are computers. −Yes. Those aren’t cars. / No. I have to use the toilet. Bye! B No. it should be to. 1 1. This isn’t a pear. they aren’t. they aren’t. These aren’t ants. This is a notebook. That are her umbrellas. That isn’t a hamster. B Complete the dialogues. clear what they refer A Complete the sentences. 1. These is my sunglasses. Welcome to my spacecraft! Come on in and look around. 4. This isn’t a book. A Is that a hippo? it isn’t Singular Plural B No. That is a mouse. Are this your truck? Are these your trucks? 40 Unit 9 41 . / No. Those are windows. Is this your backpack? Are these your backpacks? 2. Those are mushrooms. These are bees. This is a telescope.

We add ’s to someone’s name to show that he or she owns something. 2. 5. you 3. These are my Her kitten is 3. 1. Look at the parrot. They have a computer. These are his new shoes. His hair is brown. she Their skirts are yellow. We love our puppy. Sally has a wallet.10 These are my sneakers. I like their computer. This is ( our / our’s ) farm. 1. he his hair they their children she her shoes David David’s car B Circle the correct words. Match the subject pronouns with the correct possessive adjectives. 3. He has new shoes. That is ( you / your ) sandwich. He is ( my / I ) grandfather. sneakers. These are my comic books. • • • • Their hair is blond. They have two daughters. Their daughters are pretty. my your our His bow tie is red. Grammar Station A Circle the possessive adjectives. Its feathers are beautiful. 5. her. we 7. C Complete the sentences with his. Those are ( his / he ) glasses. 1. Her sweater is green. he 4. Is this ( Jeff’s / Jeff ) ruler? 8. Subject Possessive Adjective Subject Possessive Adjective 5. its their her his 3. it 6. David has a car. its. very cute. I have some comic books. 1. they 42 Unit 10 43 . David’s car is great. I have sneakers. It is ( she / her ) house. Possessive Adjectives We use possessive adjectives before nouns to show who owns something. ( It’s / Its ) legs are short. We have a puppy. I my name it its tail you your book we our house 6. 4. or their. 6. 4. 7. I 2. They love ( they / their ) school. She has a kitten. 2. • • • Its ears are big. 2. Her wallet is expensive.

This is his pencil case. dog. ( she / car ) Her car is old. 6. ing online. Mrs. Welcome to my house. Its eyes are very big and beautiful. Its fur is nice. Complete the sentences on Julieˇs webpage using possessive adjectives. Dad and Mom and Complete the sentences. Your eyes are red. Brenda Miller I like your brothers’ turtles. Are they she brothers? Are they her brothers? 44 Unit 10 45 . ( he / brother ) James Wards Wow. ( we / shoes ) their my turtles owl Our shoes are red. It wings are very long. These are my family’s pets. My brothers and Me and 3 4 3. great. your owl is His brother is tall. When you write someth Grammar in Writing you can show who ow ns tive things s. My sister and I have a piano. This is he’s pencil case. ( they / parents ) Their parents are kind. I love your dad’s 5. His dog is very big. 4. Welcome to I house. Look at the giraffe. Her baby is very cute. We like our piano. Ward has a baby. 2. Their truck is great. Their turtles are cute. you your hands we our school 2. His brother is my classmate. Is this Steve jacket? 5. Subject Possessive Adjective Subject Possessive Adjective C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. Lisa and Paul have a truck. • Complete the chart. B his dog her cat 1 2 1. I like its long tail. You look tired. he his mother they their parents 3. Julie Lowland 3. Ken Williams Oh. I want to see them. 1. Its wings are very long. I my bike it its eyes 1. Amy Lorenz Your mom’s cat is beautiful. 2. using possessive adjec A Complete the sentences using possessive adjectives. Its neck is long. Is this Steve’s jacket? she her coat Sam Sam’s puppy 4. I know James. 4.

The house is big. 2. Her ring is expensive . 1 2 1. Grammar Station A Circle the correct adjectives. Adjectives tell us more about nouns. My bag is green. The clown is happy. These are cute kittens. 4. It has a sharp beak. Adjective + Noun The Verb Be + Adjective Adjective Noun Subject Be Adjective 2. big She has big eyes . Adjectives 2. My bag is green. I have a green bag. He has strong arms. 5. It has beautiful eyes. It is a ( red / green ) dress. It’s a big house. 6. 6. I have a green bag. She wears a big hat. C Change and complete the sentences. You are beautiful. Color Size & Shape Feeling Look red yellow big small happy sad pretty ugly blue green long short angry hungry beautiful cute 4. I have a purple coat. There is a round table. She is a happy girl. I have a brown bag. cute Look at the cute baby. 1. His arms are strong . 3. There are many ( clean / dirty ) dishes. She has long fingers. 3 4 3. pink Brenda has a pink coat . These pants are short. My coat is purple . 3. The girl is happy. 4. 5.11 My bag is green. 3. She has an expensive ring. It is a ( thin / fat ) cat. 1. 4. 5. 1. 46 Unit 11 47 . 2. They are old cars. long This is a long snake. The cars are old. The kittens are cute. I see ( tall / short ) buildings. 6. young There are young boys. Its beak is sharp . white black thin fat thirsty sleepy clean dirty pink brown round square sick tired old young We can use adjectives before nouns or after the verb be. small There is a small house. Her fingers are long . B Put the adjectives in the correct places. Circle the adjectives. Its eyes are beautiful . We use adjectives to describe nouns.

The deer’s fur is brown . The dishes 5. Your pants are pretty. The dinosaur huge has a body. noisy children . He is a tall boy . The girl is hungry . The pig’s eyes are small . Stacy likes the socks red. 2. She is an angry woman. Choose and complete the comparative writing. Ralph’s hands are big. The deer has a long neck. The boy is tall. The sky is blue . The taxi 3. The dinosaur has a huge body. blue hungry big long round thirsty 1. 1. He is a tall boy . adjectives to describe two thi ng A Choose and complete the sentences. and contrast When you compare Grammar in Writing in writing you can use s. There is a round table. They are The children are noisy. There is a thirsty boy. Ian has an old jeep. are square . Jason and Tina angry are. • Complete the chart. Ralph has big hands . 1. The tree is big . The woman has long hair. The pig has a short neck. B Change and complete the sentences. It is a yellow taxi. The deer’s eyes are big . Jason and Tina are angry. fresh long big pink thin short brown small fat 3. The woman is angry . The boy is tall. 5. You have pretty pants . 2. This book is thick. The pig has fat legs. Stacy likes the red socks. 2. The pig’s skin is pink . 4. 6. 5. 4. 4. This is a thick book . is yellow . They are square dishes. The deer eats fresh grass. Adjective + Noun The Verb Be + Adjective C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. 3. There is a rectangular tray. The pig eats all kinds of food. Ian has old an Jeep. 48 Unit 11 49 . There is rectangular a tray. The deer has thin legs. Her face is round. She has a round face .

Grammar Station A Write T (true) or F (false). A Where are the dogs? B They are on the car. The cup is on the desk. B She is behind the tree. Where is your sister? Where are my books? 1. ( on / behind ) the mail carrier. T Subject Be Preposition Noun He / She in B Circle the correct prepositions. A Where is the girl? . 2. T 2.They are next to the lamp. A Where is the car? 3 1. ( in / under ) the bone.12 They are on the sofa. the house. under 5 6. A Where is the man? 5. He is in the box. 4. 50 Unit 12 51 . 2. 2 next to 4. 3. 3. in front of We / You / They behind Plural are My pencils next to My dog Gus is 1. 4. 1. F Prepositions of Place We use prepositions of place to say where people or things are. Write the correct ball numbers. the table. The dresser is behind the desk. They are on the sofa. 1 in front of B He is in the car. on 4 4. ( in / next to ) his doghouse. . ( under / in front of ) the man. F Prepositions usually come before nouns. 3. The red sweater is in the dresser. C Complete the answers with the correct prepositions. 6 behind B It’s in front of the house. The shoes are under The car is in front of 5. 3. The newspaper is under the chair. Tom / Your sister on Singular is It 1 2 3 4 5 under The melon the box. in 2. ( on / next to ) the table.She is behind the door.

Dear Jenny. Please don’t forget to close the door! B Look at Picture A and complete the answers. 4. under the lamp. The towel is in front of the toilet. A Where is the mat? B It’s on the floor. The comb is in the sink. The soap is on the sink. My books are on the desk. The toy duck is in the bathtub. next to the cookies. The pillow is the bed under. The rabbits are behind 1. • Complete the chart. The pillow is under the bed. Love. A Where is the cup? B It’s on the sink. 2. She is in He is on C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. The baskets are in front of 5. Subject Be Preposition Noun 5. the table. Dad and I are out today. There is some candy 3. Monica is the tree behind. 2. ere things When you explain wh Grammar in Writing or people are in a no te. The monkeys are next to the tree. A Where are the dogs? B They’re under the mat. 3. A Where are the toothbrushes? B They’re in the cup. Oh. The comb is on the toilet. The towel is behind the basket. The peach is in the refrigerator. use prepositions of pla A Look at the two pictures and complete the sentences. There is some pizza in the Picture A Picture B refrigerator. Mom 1. 52 Unit 12 53 . The soap is on the bathtub. A Where is the basket? B It’s next to the toilet. orange behind the pizza. The toy duck is next to the basket. The monkeys next to are the tree. My books are the desk on. the box. Monica is behind the tree. You can see an 1. You some cookies on can see 2. Complete the note with the correct prepositions. The boy is next to 4. there is also some money 4. The oranges are under 3. The peach is the in refrigerator. you can ce.

dance smiles walks swim draw plays You run fast. She smiles at her children. You dance very well. 2. I He eat eats 3. She ( help / helps ) sick people. 4. 5. or it. 3 4 Circle the verbs. They swim on weekends. 3. C Choose and complete the sentences. 1. She looks at the blackboard. 4. The rabbits run fast. Present Simple: Subject-Verb Agreement These verbs show action. 7. I write a letter to my friend. Sam runs slowly. Their mom sleeps. The students draw pictures. Subject Verb Subject Verb 2. It rains a lot in summer. She plays golf. 8. The boy ( kick / kicks ) a soccer ball. green sit rice listen write 54 Unit 13 55 . My father works hard. Jim and Ann dance well. 3. I ( like / likes ) chocolate and ice cream. too. We play soccer. A turtle walks slowly. 1 2 2. We ( wear / wears ) our coats in winter. They ( speak / speaks ) English very well. Mary ( read / reads ) books every day. My sisters My sister 6. The babies sleep at night. I eat rice every day. 5 6 read draw orange climb 6. eat drink walk run swim play look sleep read write sing dance B Circle the correct verbs.13 He eats bread every day. We add -(e)s to the verb when the subject is he. He eats bread every day. jump baby smile drink fast 5. We drink milk every day. Chris climbs the tree. 1. she. 1. The subject and the verb must agree with each other in a sentence. 6. so they are called action verbs. play plays They The boy sleep sleeps 5. The child plays in the park. Grammar Station A Circle the subjects and underline the verbs. You She run runs We dance It dances 4.

56 Unit 13 57 . • Complete the chart. lays She eggs. (lay) 2. Complete the information signs about the animals. The cats climbs the tree. The boys draw cars. Monkeys like bananas. The cat climbs the tree. ( That kangaroo / Those kangaroos ) jump high. (rule) 1. Subject Verb Subject Verb C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. My grandma tells a story. ( She / They ) walks to school. 4. Monkeys likes bananas. She drinks coffee every day. The boys plays soccer. My grandma tell a story. tence. The boys play soccer. (live) A queen bee rules the bee family. 3. A Circle the correct subjects. ( The duck / The ducks ) swims on the lake. cut read draw play paint bake Honeybees live in a hive. play My sisters play My sister plays 5. Their dad reads a book. Worker bees Honeybees (work) 3. 2. 5. (swim) Dolphins eat small fish. 6. sing I sing He sings 1. The girl paints a picture. ( My friend / My friends ) live in Paris. ( This lady / These ladies ) sits on the sofa. walk We walk It walks 3. work hard for the family. Dolphins swim very well. clean They clean The boy cleans 4. (jump) A mother dolphin takes care of her babies. She drink coffee every day. (eat) Some dolphins jump high. drink You drink She drinks 2. 1. The teacher cuts the paper. the When you write a sen Grammar in Writing subject and the verb mu st agree in number. 4. The kids play a board game. 5. Dolphins (take) B Choose and complete the sentences. Their mom bakes cupcakes.

you. loves 2. 1. He ( teachies / teaches ) English. exceptions go goes do does 4. 2. catch catches 1 2 1. We ( want / wants ) juice. Rule I/You/We/They He/She/It most verbs + -s like likes B Complete the sentences with have or has. 1. I ( helps / help ) poor people. Melissa has a pretty dress. We have dinner at 7 p. Present Simple: Positive We use the present simple to talk about facts and regular actions. 6. we. 2. They ( catches / catch ) bugs. They have robots. brushes 6. cry My cat cries at night. He likes soccer. I brush my hair. go He goes to the library after school. Bill ( study / studies ) math. 6. Grammar Station A Circle the correct verbs.14 She brushes her teeth. My parents have a farm. We use the base verb with I. kissies 4. My sister has a doll.m. wash She washes her hair in the morning. 1. 4. Wayne has a new computer. I like tennis. 8. -s. brush brushes -ch. 5. flys 7. We add -s or -es to the base verb with he. mix Stephanie mixes flour and eggs to make bread every day. C Complete the sentences in the present simple. We fly kites. 58 Unit 14 59 . has 5. The monkey has a long tail. She ( like / likes ) books. Check the correct forms of the verbs. plaies 4. I have blue eyes. or it. 3. consonant + -y y + -ies fly flies have has 3 4 3. 3. she. -x + -es kiss kisses mix mixes 2. cries 6. reades 8. play My brothers play tennis every day. 5 6 5. or they. 3. Wendy ( lovies / loves ) animals. Patrick flies a kite. Chris ( eates / eats ) beef. 7. 5. She brushes her teeth. watch We watch movies on Sundays. -sh.

m. Three women sing together. wash washes -ch. I study hard at school. do 5. I hope you are well. -x kiss kisses 1. 2. or A Choose and complete the sentences in the present simple. fix fixes 2. I’m in front of the Eiffel Tower now. I watch TV after dinner. I often washes my hands. She watches TV after dinner. kiss granddaughter. She flies a kite on Saturdays. I have breakfast every day. A man rides a bike. An old man kisses his 3. Bruce plaies computer games. How are you? I’m in Paris. help most verbs helps teach teaches C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. Lynn B Change and complete the sentences.m. 1. Mr. fly a kite. You study hard every day. A baby 4. They eat bread for breakfast. Lucy goes to school at 8 a. They eats bread for breakfast. I go to school at 8 a. Nick does his homework after dinner. 60 Unit 14 61 . do does 5. Dear Emily. -sh. have has exceptions go goes 4. A boy flies 2. 5. You studies hard every day. sent simple.m.m. My mom kisses me every day. gets up cry kiss love sing fly ride hope 1. 3. • Complete the chart. verbs after he. Mark has science class on Mondays. -s. My uncle fixes bikes well. 4. See you soon. she. Alex has breakfast every day.m. When you use the pre Grammar in Writing don’t forget to add -s or -es to it. I get up at 6 a. From. consonant + -y study studies 3. 1 2 3 4 5 Choose and complete the postcard.m. My uncle fixs bikes well. Ms. Rollins brushes her teeth at 7 a. My brother studies hard at school. Bruce plays computer games. I often wash my hands. Gibson brushes his teeth at night. have There are many people here. I brush my teeth at 7 a. He at 6 a. brush cries . Rule I/You/We/They He/She/It 6. I love this city very much.

4. we The fish has fins. 2. He doesn’t drink apple juice. He ( don’t / doesn’t ) read books. Mike studies music. She (=doesn’t) 7. you 2. 62 Unit 15 63 . they 6. You don’t need the book. You You do not 1. 7. Jill doesn’t read storybooks. They wash peaches. She drives a car. he 4. I eat bread. It eats leaves. 3. 6. 2. I ( don’t / doesn’t ) speak Spanish. We put do not or does not before the base verb to make negative sentences. Ken ( don’t / doesn’t ) watch TV. 8. They don’t wash pears. It doesn’t eat fish. 3. It doesn’t eat meat. she It doesn’t have wings. She studies math. We don’t play soccer. it don’t 3. 1. Match the subject pronouns with don’t or doesn’t. 2. They They run. 6. He doesn’t study art. run. Positive Negative Subject Verb Subject Do/Does + Not Base Verb I I B Complete the sentences with don’t or doesn’t. She ( don’t / doesn’t ) like cheese. Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. Justin doesn’t know her. I don’t eat rice. doesn’t 5. We We (=don’t) 3. I don’t like milk. 4. She doesn’t study science. Rob and Bill don’t work. We ( don’t / doesn’t ) eat meat. does not She runs. 4.15 We don’t play soccer. 1. He He 5. She doesn’t drive a truck. Present Simple: Negative 5. 8. Tim ( don’t / doesn’t ) play soccer. They ( don’t / doesn’t ) buy soda. It It C Complete the negative sentences. We don’t play baseball. It ( don’t / doesn’t ) have a tail. We play baseball. 1.

We don’t eat meat. 64 Unit 15 65 . We listen to the radio. 1 2 3 4 Complete the journal using negative forms. You don’t work hard. 5. Aaron doesn’t study hard. She doesn’t play the flute. She doesn’t drink tea. 1. I wear pants. I don’t wash my hair at night. Kevin and I don’t ride bikes. My uncle don’t drinks cola. B Change and complete the sentences in negative forms. She drinks coffee. We always study hard. We look the same. It doesn’t sell lemons. 2. A Complete the sentences. 3. He doesn’t exercise every day. 3. My uncle doesn’t drink cola. Sarah doesn’t want spicy food. Mary works on Saturdays. I don’t play soccer. We don’t exercise every day. They don’t have any money. 1. 4. It doesn’t eat fish. I doesn’t listens to the radio. My parents don’t enjoy skiing. Oh. She eats all kinds of vegetables. drink eat sell wear I like horror movies. Kevin and I doesn’t rides bikes. They doesn’t has any money. You work hard. They don’t enjoy skiing. I play the flute every day. My mom 2. Positive Negative I play soccer. Aaron studies hard. you Grammar in Writing When you write in a can use the present simple to talk about regular actions. but we are very different. I don’t wear skirts. 1. We vegetables. 5. She doesn’t drink coffee. Mary doesn’t work on Saturdays. But we don’t study on Sundays. 3. I don’t listen to the radio. 4. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. eat But she doesn’t like them. we have one thing in common. I don’t eat any vegetables. He exercises every day. She reads books every day. Sarah don’t wants spicy food. My parents enjoy skiing. • Complete the chart. They enjoy skiing. drinks coffee. 4. The store sells mangoes. 2. We don’t listen to the radio. journal. I have a twin sister named Pam. We exercise every day. It eats fish. I wash my hair at night.

you don’t. 5. they do. 7. he doesn’t. 1. you do. 3. No. 1. A Do you exercise? 2. it doesn’t. I do. 1.16 Do you like carrots? Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. 66 Unit 16 67 . it does. ( Do / Does ) it have wings? Present Simple: Yes/No Questions We put do or does before the subject to make yes/no questions. Does she Yes. you Yes. they don’t . A Does Brad want the vest? Do have Do play 1. they do. I do. ( Do / Does ) we need pencils? Question Answer Do/Does Subject Base Verb Yes No I Yes. Does your sister like music? • • No. she doesn’t. he does . Does Brian have a bike? • • Yes. ( Do / Does ) Jill live in France? 8. . she does. 1 2 3 4 Circle the correct words. Do they speak English? • • No. . it does. they don’t. he Yes. A Does Lisa have long hair? Do run Do watch 3. you a bike? 2. you do. B No. No. No. Do you like carrots? Do they play soccer? 5. Does he have a pig? Does it bark? . they like birds? Yes. No. they TV? Does runs Does watches B No. ( Do / Does ) they eat plants? 4. ( Do / Does ) she know Jerry? 3. ( Do / Does ) Ken get up early? 6. Does has Does plays 3. B Yes. you don’t. he does. it fast? 4. she doesn’t . Do you listen to the radio? • • Yes. No. he soccer? B Yes. 4. she doesn’t. he does.Yes. I don’t. B Match the questions with the correct answers. . 2. ( Do / Does ) you have boots? 2. Does the bird eat worms? • • Yes.No. No. it Yes. I don’t. C Complete the answers. he doesn’t. Do we Yes. A Do Sam and Jim play baseball? 4. No. ( Do / Does ) he teach English? We don’t repeat the main verb in short answers.No. I do . they don’t.Yes. it does.

Do you wear a uniform? 8. Do you read books every day? 4. You do study every day? Do you study every day? Does it Yes. They swim after school. 1 2 1. you do. she does. No. you ca n use the present simple. 5. he does. Yes No 3 4 3. Do your aunt play golf? Does your aunt play golf? 68 Unit 16 69 . 2. 2. You wear a uniform. Does he drive his car every day? 4. she doesn’t. Does they have a house? Do they have a house? Do we Yes. Does your mom help you with your homework? 2. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. Do you do your homework in the evening? 1. No. 7. B Yes. 2. No. No. A Do the students study hard? 1. Do your parents read books every day? B 5. you do. Does Sarah dance well? 3. No. No. they don’t. you don’t. A Do we have math class today? Complete the questionnaire. estionnaire When you make a qu Grammar in Writing about habits. I [we] do. 3. Does she Yes. B No. No. 4. he doesn’t. Do you eat snacks every day? 6. you do. it doesn’t. Does pandas eat leaves? Do pandas eat leaves? Does he Yes. Do we take a walk at night? Do they swim after school? • Complete the chart. We take a walk at night. 4. He drives his car every day. it does. She speaks two languages. you don’t. Do you get up early? B No. Does Lucy has a Jeep? Does Lucy have a Jeep? Do they like soccer? Yes. 6. Does your brother or sister eat snacks every day? B Change the sentences into questions. We have some questions about you and your family’s habits. A Yes. Question Answer Do I Yes. Does she speak two languages? 5. Do you Yes. 1. I [we] don’t. they do. she does. Does your dad get up early? Does Cleo live in New York? 3. they don’t. Sarah dances well. it doesn’t. A Does it have legs? Please check the answer for each question. A Complete the dialogues.

.17 What does he like? Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. What like? 2. . What they want? 4. A What does he eat ? Circle the correct words. does she She likes flowers. B I like beautiful flowers.She needs some milk. What ( do / does ) she like? 3. What does the monkey like? We enjoy singing. do do 1.They want new bikes. What do they ( need / needs )? We use what to ask for information about animals or things. What does Ken have? They learn math. 2. does does does hate A What she ? do do B She hates big dogs. do you I like chicken. What he need? 3. What do ( you / she ) practice? Present Simple: Wh-questions 5. 70 Unit 17 71 . What does ( he / you ) hate? 4. 1.I have a kite. What do you have? What does he like? . What does she need? What do they want? A What do you like ? . What it eat? 6. What she hate? does does 4. A What do they practice ? do do 5. What we have? does does B They practice dancing. What does she ( wear / wears )? 6. What ( do / does ) you want? 2. The question word what comes before do or does. 4. do they They like chocolate cake. C Complete the questions. Question Answer B Match the questions with the correct answers. What do the boys learn? It likes bananas. B He eats delicious spaghetti. 3.He likes chicken. What do you enjoy? He has a toy car. What do you collect? I collect stamps. 5. 1. 1. does he He likes animals. What you like? 2. 3.

C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. 1. really? you want for your birthday? 5. When you exchange Grammar in Writing you can use question words to ask on . too. Bye. A What does Mr. likes She pretty hairpins. A What do Paul and Peter play ? B They play catch. What do you want? your sister What does your sister want? What do Oh. for specific inform ati A Change and complete the questions. See you at school. send 4. What do they play? he What does he play? Wow! Tomorrow is my birthday. A What does Ron have ? Okay.E. What does she teach? they What do they teach? Hey. 2. • Complete the chart. What is she have? What does she have? What do you practice? I practice taekwondo. What about Nancy? What does she like? B Complete the questions. A What does Jennypractice ? B She practices jumping rope. Thanks a lot. 5. Question Answer 1. What does they play? What do they play? What does he like? He likes fresh bread. White teach ? Great. 3. What you enjoy? What do you enjoy? 72 Unit 17 73 . Well. Scott. 4. Anything else? What does she need? B He teaches P. 3. I collect them. 2. she needs a new pen. B He has a bat. See you tomorrow. That’s my present for her. What does he wants? What does he want? What do we learn? You learn English. What do you write? she What 2. What do she collect? What does she collect? What do love they love? They magic shows. text messages. 4. What are you need? What do you need? What does she wear? She wears a raincoat. 3. Her pen is old. 6. 1. Tomorrow is Nancy’s birthday. What does a rabbit eat? rabbits What do rabbits eat? I want some jigsaw puzzles. does she write? Complete the text messages.

Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. I can’t drive a car. 74 Unit 18 75 . I ( can / can’t ). Modal Verb: Can (Ability) 5. can’t We / They We / They (=cannot) 1. A ( Can you fly / Do you can fly ) a kite? B Yes. they ( can / can’t ). 3. The hippos can’t jump high. 1. can’t He / She / It can dance. He / She/ It dance. 2. We put can before the subject to make yes/no questions. 6. 2. she can . 3. The lion can’t fly. 1. I can ride a bike. 5. c An eagle can fly. b My friend can’t skate. He can play the piano. He ( can / cans ) run fast. We use can to talk about ability.18 He can play the piano. I / You Yes. They can ( play / plays ) chess. you / they can’t. A Can he swim? Can you swim? Can they speak Chinese? . I can. B Yes. We ( cannot / don’t can ) ski. 4. . It comes before the base verb. I ( can / cans ) jump high. you / I can. It can ( climb / climbs ) trees. 7. a I can skate.No. A ( Can they ride / Do they can ride ) bikes? B No. Positive Negative Subject Modal Verb Base Verb Subject Modal Verb Base Verb I / You I / You B Complete the sentences with can or can’t. he can’t . Question Answer Modal Verb Subject Base Verb Yes/No Subject Modal Verb 3. 4. The eagle swim. they can’t. Can He / She / It dance? he / she / it We / They No. d A penguin can’t fly. I ( cann’t / can’t ) speak French. B No. 4. 1. We use can’t (= cannot) to make negative sentences. He can’t play the violin.Yes. d they can’t B No. c b 2. 2. The monkeys can climb trees. . C Complete the answers. a A Can the boys skate? 3. A Can she sing well? Write the correct letters. The zebra can run fast. 8.

B Complete the answers. We can play the violin well. He can make cookies. But they can play soccer . A Can the parrot sing? (talk) No. We can’t catch balls. Alex and I can shoot the ball well. dribble the ball well 2. Can she jump high? 1. They can speak Chinese. they can’t. She can’t cook very well. He needs some help. it can’t . Can you pass the ball well? can’t walk Yes. My friend Mika is from Japan. Can they shoot the ball well? 2. Billy and Tim can jump high. 5. jump high 3. I can’t. Can he ride a bike? 2. My baby brother is six months old. I can answer the question. Question Can you drive a car? He can ride a bike. But it can talk . about his or her ab ilit A Choose and complete the sentences using can or can’t. She can speak Japanese. I can . But she can ski . Negative She can’t draw her dog. B No. she can’t . they can’t . You can’t fly a kite. Let’s start. Can we catch balls? 4. Negative I can’t answer the question. We practice the violin every day. You can drive a car. Great! You’re a good team. They can’t play the guitar. she can’t . Complete the interview. Positive Negative Question C Change and complete the sentences. B No. Amy. Question Can they speak Chinese? We can catch balls. • Complete the chart. 3. You can fly a kite. Grammar in Writing When you interview you can use can or ca n’t to ask ies. He can’t ride a bike. She can cook very well. He can’t carry the box. Paula can dribble the ball well. shoot the ball well 4. someone. She can draw her dog. They can play the guitar. He yet. I the door. A Can the girls play chess? (play soccer) B No. Can you dribble the ball well? No. Can you fly a kite? 1. Question Can he make cookies? 76 Unit 18 77 . I don’t have the key. Can she cook very well? 3. Can they play the guitar? 5. speak open walk carry play Ability Amy Alex Paula Billy Tim can’t open pass the ball well 1. A Can Cathy snowboard? (ski) No .

you can’t. 8. Can I drink the milk? May I take your picture? 6. can may 1. No. No. 3. You ( may not touch / may touch not ) the vase. B Complete the sentences with can or can’t. you can. You can use my phone.19 May I sit here? Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. you may not. May I play outside? No. Positive Negative Subject Modal Verb Base Verb Subject Modal Verb Base Verb I / You I / You He / She / It can watch TV. You can’t wear my new coat. Yes. you can’t. You read it.No. Yes. You ( cannt / can’t ) use the computer. can may 4. Can I take a break? Yes. 5 6 5. Question Answer Modal Verb Subject Base Verb Yes No 2. you can/may. can’t may not 5. 1. You can use the bathroom. You eat this. He / She / It can’t watch TV. I sit here? May Sure. No. Circle the correct words. We don’t use a short form for may not. You ( can’t / don’t can ) run here. 2. Can I use your scissors? Yes. 3. You sit down. Sorry. 4. 4. 7. You ( can / cans ) go out. You can’t sit on the bench. We use can or may to give or ask for permission.Yes. you can’t. May I open the door? No. 3 4 3. you may not. You can read the books. You may not come in. . you may not. 6. 4. You listen to music here. You ( may / mayn’t ) sit here. may may not We / They We / They can’t 1 2 1. / Of course. Modal Verbs: Can/May (Permission) 5. can’t may not 2. You run. You ( mays / may ) leave now. 78 Unit 19 79 . you may not. May is more formal than can. . you can. You may ( sit / sits ) on the sofa. C Check the correct answers. You can ( eats / eat ) the snacks. you may. Can Yes. you can’t/may not. You can borrow my umbrella. you may not. 2. Can I sit here? Yes. The modal verbs can and may come before the base verb. 3. you can. No. 1. you can.

Can I ask a question? No. you can’t. You can go home. A Complete the sentences. Can I swim here? Yes. May I sit here? 4. you can’t. 5. • Complete the chart. You mayn’t touch this painting. Can I eat snacks? 2. May uses I your computer? May I use your computer? 80 Unit 19 81 . ( can / open ) monkey? a robot? can open No. Can I borrows your scarf? Can I borrow your scarf? You may watch TV. please? B Match the questions with the correct answers. You may not jump in the elevator. You may not watch TV. Grammar in Writing When you ask for pe rmission. C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. Can[May] I No! No! Can I have a get a new No. It’s too deep. 3. You use can my smartphone. may I have Can[May] I a candy house? get a pet Um … can I get 2. you 4. Can I go home? 3. come in and take a seat. ( can / use ) may not. You can’t eat snacks. What is your question? 3. No! No. 1. May I come in? Sure. ( may / speak ) You may not speak loudly. may not . You may bring your pet. You may sit here. You brings may your pet. 1. 4. You may not touch this painting. you can’t. No! No. You can use my smartphone. new Santa? computer. you can use can or ma y. You can’t go home. 2. See you tomorrow. Can I use your phone? Of course. ( may / jump ) Complete the comic strip dialogue using can or may. Here you are. Positive Negative Question 1. Santa.you You the window. You may not sit here. May I watch TV? 5. You can use my pencil. May I go now? Sure. You can eat snacks.

Don’t worry. ( Wait / Be wait ) a minute. be late. ( Be close / Close ) the door. Try again. Let’s dance. 2. 2. We can add please to make imperatives more polite. cry. 5. Can you swim? 4. 1. 82 Unit 20 83 . ( Not / Don’t ) move. 4. 6. 7. 4. Don’t talk in class. Clean your room. Don’t touch it. Imperative Open the door. 3. Let’s have dinner. Let’s Let’s not sing together. 6. I can’t hear you. 1. 8. Be quiet. go out. ( Don’t do / Don’t be ) late. not hurry. Don’t touch the vase. Don’t sit down. please. please. 1 2 1. We use imperatives with let’s to make suggestions to people. C Complete the sentences with Don’t or Let’s. Positive Negative B Match the sentences. speak loudly. ( Let / Let’s ) play soccer.20 Clean your room. It’s a nice day. It’s cold outside. Let’s go on a picnic. It’s not a big problem. 3. 6. Put on your coat. Let’s Base Verb Let’s not Base Verb Suggestion go to the park. They usually begin with the base verb. Grammar Station A Circle the correct words. 6. Let’s dance together. She can dance well. 4. (=Don’t) Be careful. The baby is sleeping. 5. Do not 2. We’re late. ( Be / Do ) careful. 5 6 Let’s 5. ‌We use imperatives to tell someone to do or not to do something. Check the imperative sentences. Imperatives 5. Let’s not buy it. 2. Speak loudly. Base Verb Don’t Base Verb 1. ( Let’s not / Let’s don’t ) go out. Let’s not play soccer. 3 4 3. This bag is expensive. Don’t be lazy. 3. play soccer. Be quiet. Be quiet. ( Do / Be ) honest.

Let’s protect nature and animals. n or notice. Let's not take a taxi. 2. ( meet ) Suggestion Let’s meet after school. 3 open walk do make . Let’s don’t eat fast food. ( not / be late ) Imperative Don’t be late . Prepare 2 . Let’s not eat fast food. Be kind Choose and complete the sign using imperatives. Raise your hand quickly.Don’t pick the plants. Don’t wait for me. . 4.Don’t leave the camp alone. 2. 1. feed leave clean be make prepare pick Don’t make noise! Don’t walk on the grass! 3.Don’t feed the animals. Let’s climb the mountain. 1. • Complete the chart. When you write a sig Grammar in Writing you can use imperat ives to give vic e. Do . . 2. Wait for me. Let’s not hurry . a first aid kit. Be lazy. ( not / take ) Suggestion Let’s not take a taxi. Be a good neighbor. Open your mouth. 2. Positive Negative C Correct the underlined words and rewrite the sentences. Don’t be lazy. 84 Unit 20 85 . Let’s respect other campers.Don’t make noise. B Choose and complete the sentences. 3. 1. Not run in the classroom! Don’t run in the classroom! Don’t close the window. 1. 5. Do let’s climb the mountain. ( drink ) Imperative Drink some water. Don’t talks in class! Don’t talk in class! Let’s take a taxi. 5. instructions or ad A Complete the sentences.Clean your campsite. Here are some simple camp rules. . please. Close the window. Let’s follow the safety rules. 4. ( be kind ) Imperative to others. Do your homework. Let's hurry. Be raise your hand quickly. 3. . 4. 1 3.

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3. Jack has an idea. or some. sandwiches / Sean / two / wants / . some an August peaches a 1. umbrella / is / There / an / . ( A / The ) bear is big. There is an umbrella. 4. 5. I see some yogurt. C Choose the wrong words and correct them. There is ( a / an ) bear. knife There are three knives . see / I / yogurt / some / . The woman has three peaches . There is an elf. uncle / farmer / a / is / My / . I see a man. 2. Sam wants some milk and some breads. My mom wants some tea. 2. an iguana. girl / That / is / Monica / . 5. dish I need ten dishes . D Complete the sentences using plural nouns. I see an owl. His birthday is in August . 5. The car is new. 3. My uncle is a farmer. She has ( a / an ) orange. tomato We want four tomatoes . an. B Complete the sentences with a. watch My dad has five watches . 2. My name is ( Kelly / kelly ). ⓒ bread 4. There is a octopus. Beth and Scott live in london. 1. ⓑ scarves 3. The boy wants three ( peachs / peaches ). My aunt has a car. 1. There is a bike. 4. 1. We need some butter. Sean wants two sandwiches. 88 Review Test 1 89 . 4. 3. E Choose and complete the sentences. There is ( a / some ) salt. The ladies have two scarfes and three brushes. 3. Pam needs some cheese. 4. 4. A man is angry. That girl is Monica. 2. 5. wolf Kate sees two wolves . ⓑ The 5. 5. 2. ⓒ London 1. ⓐ an 2. 3. and a hamster. 1. Review Test 1 Units 01-04 A Circle the correct words. F Unscramble the sentences.

They ( aren’t / isn’t ) baseball players. Review Test 2 Units 05-08 A Circle the correct words. I’m not . She’re very kind. 5. A Am I wrong? B No. A Who is that woman? B She is my aunt. 3. 5. 4. 1. you isn’t. 3. There are some water. A ( Who / What ) is she? B She is my sister. you aren’t . My cat is not hungry. A ( Who / What ) are they? B They’re my parents. 2. B Complete the negative sentences using the verb be. A Are you hardworking? B No. You are not ugly. We are hungry. 3. Kate is my sister. My brothers are not students. Short Form We’re hungry. There are some stores. 4. A Am I late? B No. A ( Who / What ) is it? B It’s an eraser. 4. E Choose and complete the sentences. I’m not. He is my friend. 5. 4. ⓒ aren’t 4. They are not my parents. D Complete the dialogues. Use the short forms if necessary. she is . There ( is / are ) some juice. 1. Who is the boy? Plural Who are the boys? 90 Review Test 2 91 . C Choose the wrong words and correct them. ⓒ It 1. I am not lazy. 4. He ( are / is ) my father. Short Form My brothers aren’t students. ⓐ Who 5. A Are you American? B No. F Change and rewrite the sentences. 1. A What is that animal? B It’s a fox. 1. 2. who is what are I’m 1. Negative He is not [isn’t ] my friend. 2. Mary is thin. It is not a mango. 2. A What is that girl? B She is Emily. Question Is Mary thin? 5. They is an apple. ⓑ is 2. Anita is not a nurse. 5. A Is she an artist? B Yes. 2. ⓑ She’s 3. The man is a pilot. ( Am / Are ) you angry? 3. 3.

they aren’t. D Complete the sentences with the correct prepositions. 5. 1. It is ( he / his ) jacket. 1. Review Test 3 Units 09-12 A Circle the correct words. Positive These are my glasses. ⓒ next to 4. my behind are cute is 1. Plural Those are her rulers. 1. it Its eyes are red. 3. These aren’t my glasses. F Change and rewrite the sentences. I see a cute baby. A Are they he friends? B No. 4. we We like our school. Those are pine trees. C Choose the wrong words and correct them. Those isn’t my bag. you Your coat is pretty. Is this your bike? 3. I Brian is my cousin. ( This / These ) are my shoes. 4. He is handsome a man. B Complete the sentences using the possessive adjectives. 2. 2. 5. Singular This is a white swan. This are a duck. Negative Those aren’t pine trees. 4. ⓑ is 2. Those are penguins. she Her house is very big. ⓐ That 1. This is my wallet. 3. Ken and Jerry are behind the tree. These are white swans. That is her ruler. ⓑ his 5. Question Is this their room? 5. This ( isn’t / aren’t ) your sandwich. Your books are next the bag. 2. ⓑ a handsome 3. E Choose and complete the sentences. The dog is under the bone. I know ( you / your ) brother. This is their room. 1 2 3 4 2. 4. 92 Review Test 3 93 . 1. The dog is in his doghouse. The dog is behind the mail carrier. 2. This isn’t a goose. 3. 4. The girl ( is / are ) tall. 3. The dog is on the table. 5.

4. Question Does she have a big farm? 94 Review Test 4 95 . 2. The parrot has wings. My sister drink blueberry juice every day. Gibson teaches science. The singer helps poor people. 5. It doesn’t have fins. A Does you need an umbrella? B Yes. 2. She lives in Madrid. Eddie and I don’t play computer games. A Does he work on Saturdays? B No. ⓒ doesn’t 4. Sean ( doesn’t / don’t ) study on Sundays.m. Mr. A Does Jay want a hamburger? B No. 5. 1. 5. have The gorilla has long arms. A Do they live in Seoul? B Yes. We don’t like hip-hop music. Negative The cat doesn’t eat cucumbers. Craig brushes his teeth after lunch. 1. 3. watch Alex watches TV at 7 p. and the girl flys a model plane. The boys fly kites. ⓐ doesn’t 3. The cat eats cucumbers. Fred doesn’t like horror movies. He doesn’t teach English. love Liz loves her family. Subject He He studies English after dinner. She eats salad. go She goes to the park on Sundays. She has a big farm. She don’t eat ham. 5. Nicole ( studys / studies ) math after school. ⓐ Do 5. We study English after dinner. 3. 1. 3. 2. fix My dad fixes my robots well. 1. F Change and rewrite the sentences. The students play tennis. 2. D Complete the sentences in the present simple. They don’t play badminton. I catch bugs every day. 4. 5. Positive Fred likes horror movies. She doesn’t live in Sydney. I do. 3. 4. 4. don’t do helps brushes doesn’t 1. he doesn’t . B Complete the negative sentences using the short forms. 3. ⓒ flies 2. he isn’t. C Choose the wrong words and correct them. She ( swim / swims ) in the morning. E Choose and complete the sentences. My mom ( mixes / mixs ) eggs and butter to make bread every day. ( Do / Does ) Jill and her brother like onions? 4. Subject She She catches bugs every day. Review Test 4 Units 13-16 A Circle the correct words. 2. ⓑ drinks 1. We like classical music. they do.

He can run fast. eat Sorry! You can’t eat food in the library. 5. 2. 4. He can sing well. 96 Review Test 5 97 . A What does he want ? B He wants a new bike. This watch is very expensive. Derek can ( climb / climbs ) trees. watch It’s time to go to bed. 2. A What do they enjoy ? B They enjoy skiing. 5. B Complete the sentences using can or can’t. A May I use your pencil? B Yes. you may. ⓑ be 2. E Choose and complete the sentences. You can’t run here. Can I open the window? 4. 3. 3. You can’t watch TV now. ( Don’t be / Don’t ) shy. You ( may not / not may ) touch the picture. Can I drink this water? 1. 5. F Change and rewrite the sentences. C Circle the wrong words and correct them. you can’t. what may can don’t can’t 1. Hunt teach? B She teaches science. he can’t. A What does Ms. 3. Question Can he run fast? 3. A Can Tony speaks French? B No. Don’t touch it. 3. 1. Carol can play the flute. run This road is slippery. 4. Be happy. ⓑ speak 5. 4. 5. Don’t do sad. A Can you jump high? B No. D Complete the questions. Negative You may not come in. A What does she need ? B She needs some garlic. 4. drink I’m very thirsty. 1. Justin is a singer. 2. open It’s hot inside. ( Be clean / Clean ) your room. A What do you like ? B I like spaghetti. A What do Jane have? B She has an umbrella. 2. ⓒ may[can] 3. A May I use your phone? B Yes. Review Test 5 Units 17-20 A Circle the correct words. ⓒ eat 1. ⓐ does 4. Let’s watch the movie. Question Can Carol play the flute? 5. 2. Feed the squirrels. Negative Don’t feed the squirrels. A What does it eat ? B It eats grass. Negative Let’s not watch the movie. You may come in. I can’t . What ( do / does ) she want? 1. Let’s not eats pizza today.

they aren’t.. Singular a dollar four dollars a money four moneys There is a sandwich some sandwiches a bread some breads some bread. an onion some onions a soup some soups There are Plural some dishes. leaf leaves Animals/ Things What -f. 98 99 . They are not = They aren’t Are they . ? Yes. -o + -es bus buses Question Answer fox foxes tomato tomatoes am I? You are the king.. he isn’t. No. No. No. the I am not = I’m not Am I . he is. No. He is not = He isn’t Is he . you are. ? Yes. -fe f + -ves knife knives are they? They are giraffes. e. People Who are you? I am Alice. i. only one of something the sun the moon the sky You are not = You aren’t Are you . o. Nouns Subject Pronouns & The Verb Be People Animals Places Things Singular Plural boy girl dog kitten school library desk flower Subject Subject Common Be Short Form Be Short Form teacher student rabbit elephant park house movie soccer Pronoun Pronoun I am = I’m We = We’re Proper Chris Jessica Harry Kiki Paris France May Christmas People You are = You’re You = You’re are He / She = He’s / She’s is They = They’re Animals/Things It = It’s Articles Article Article + Noun a consonant sounds a bike a dress a park a test a coat The Verb Be: Negative & Yes/No Questions vowel sounds Negative Yes/No Question an (a. ? Yes. they are.. is it? It is a basket. -x... ? Yes. Count & Noncount Nouns There + The Verb Be Count Noncount There Be Noun a song three songs a music three musics a chair. The boy is handsome.. u) an artist an elephant an island an octopus an umbrella Subject Be + Not Short Form Question Answer specific thing I see a boy.. I’m not. Noncount a leaf some leaves a tea some teas an orange some oranges a juice some juices two clowns. I am. Plural Nouns Singular Plural most nouns + -s ball balls bench benches The Verb Be: Wh-questions dish dishes -ch. -s. you aren’t. baby babies consonant + -y y + -ies cherry cherries is he? He is my uncle. -sh..

it isn’t. . He / She He / She does not runs. you / I don’t. / No. They are old cars. / No. Those aren’t peaches. My bag is green. it is. they are.Yes. -sh. No. Demonstrative Pronouns Present Simple: Subject-Verb Agreement Singular Plural Subject Verb Subject Verb This is a bat. in front of Do We / You / They behind we / they like birds? Yes. No.Yes. These aren’t mittens. They sleep The boy sleeps Is this 〔that〕 a bowl? Are these 〔those〕 gloves? Question . -x + -es kiss kisses I my name it its tail mix mixes you your book we our house consonant + -y y + -ies fly flies he his hair they their children have has exceptions go goes she her shoes David David’s car do does Adjectives Present Simple: Negative Adjective + Noun The Verb Be + Adjective Positive Negative Subject Verb Subject Do/Does + Not Base Verb Adjective Noun Subject Be Adjective I / You I / You do not I have a green bag. run runs You She dance dances This isn’t a stick. Present Simple: Positive Rule I/You/We/They He/She/It most verbs + -s like likes Possessive Adjectives catch catches Subject Possessive Adjective Subject Possessive Adjective brush brushes -ch. you / they do. 100 101 . Plural are My pencils next to Does he / she / it Yes. We It Negative play plays That isn’t a vase. We / They We / They (=don’t) run. I eat He eats Positive That is a jar. they aren’t. run. you / they don’t. No. he / she / it does. he / she / it doesn’t. These are gloves. -s. Those are pears. you / I do. I / you Yes. It It (=doesn’t) Prepositions of Place Subject Be Preposition Noun Present Simple: Yes/No Questions He / She in Question Answer Tom / Your sister on Singular is Do/Does Subject Base Verb Yes No It under The melon the box. The cars are old.

8 Present Continuous: Questions 18 Adjectives: Comparatives Let’s Base Verb Let’s not Base Verb Suggestion 9 Past Simple (The Verb Be ): Positive & Negative 19 Adjectives: Superlatives Let’s go to the park. 4 Count & Noncount Nouns 14 Present Simple: Positive 5 Subject Pronouns & The Verb Be 15 Present Simple: Negative Modal Verb: Can (Ability) 6 The Verb Be : Negative & Yes/No Questions 16 Present Simple: Yes/No Questions 7 The Verb Be : Wh-questions 17 Present Simple: Wh-questions Positive Negative 8 There + The Verb Be 18 Modal Verb: Can (Ability) Subject Modal Verb Base Verb Subject Modal Verb Base Verb 9 Demonstrative Pronouns 19 Modal Verbs: Can / May (Permission) I / You I / You can’t 10 Possessive Adjectives 20 Imperatives He / She / It can dance. 1 Parts of a Sentence 11 Past Simple: Positive & Negative I sit here? May Sure. No. may may not 10 Present Simple: Questions 20 Modal Verbs: Must / Have To We / They We / They Question Answer Modal Verb Subject Base Verb Yes No Grammar Space Beginner Book 03 Can Yes. 2 Quantifiers 1: Many / Much / A Lot Of 12 Past Simple: Questions 3 Quantifiers 2: Noncount Nouns 13 Future (Will ): Positive & Negative Imperatives 4 Conjunctions 14 Future (Will ): Questions Positive Negative 5 Present Simple 15 Future: Be Going To Base Verb Don’t Base Verb 6 Frequency Adverbs 16 Question Words: How / Why Imperative Open the door. 10 Past Simple (The Verb Be ): Questions 20 Prepositions of Place & Movement 102 103 . Let’s not go out. (=Don’t) be late. Scope & Sequence Present Simple: Wh-questions Grammar Space Beginner Book 01 Question Answer 1 Nouns 11 Adjectives do you I like chicken. you can/may. He / She / It dance. 7 Present Continuous: Positive & Negative 17 Adjectives & Adverbs Be careful. you / they can’t. 3 Plural Nouns 13 Present Continuous: Positive 4 Pronouns 14 Present Continuous: Negative 5 Possessives 15 Present Continuous: Questions Modal Verbs: Can/May (Permission) 6 The Verb Be 16 Prepositions of Time Positive Negative 7 There + The Verb Be . 2 Articles 12 Adverbs Can he / she / it dance? he / she / it we / they No. you can’t/may not. Do not cry. / Of course. He / She / It watch TV. 3 Plural Nouns 13 Present Simple: Subject-Verb Agreement does she She likes flowers. Some & Any 17 Past Simple: The Verb Be Subject Modal Verb Base Verb Subject Modal Verb Base Verb 8 It + The Verb Be 18 Past Simple 1: Regular Verbs I / You I / You 9 Present Simple: Positive & Negative 19 Past Simple 2: Irregular Verbs can can’t He / She / It watch TV. Sorry. you / I can. (=cannot) We / They We / They Question Answer Grammar Space Beginner Book 02 Modal Verb Subject Base Verb Yes/No Subject Modal Verb 1 Types of Sentences 11 Adjectives: Comparatives I / you Yes. 2 Articles 12 Prepositions of Place What do they like? They like chocolate cake. you can’t.