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  Where do they live

Mrs Carpenter, Miss Clark, Mr Ford, Mrs MacDonald and Mr Smith live in Main Street.
 
TASK ONE: Read the following clues and fill in the grid.
 

NAME

PET

HOBBY

Mrs Carpenter

Miss Clark

Mr Ford

Mrs MacDonald

Mr Smith

a cat

a dog

a goldfish

a hamster

no pets

playing cricket

playing tennis

reading detective stories

watching horror films

watching TV

 

  1. Mr Smith hasn’t got / doesn't have a pet.

  2. There is a cat at number 20.

  3. Miss Clark’s dog lives between the hamster and the goldfish.

  4. The woman with the hamster likes playing cricket.

  5. There are four pets in Main Street: a , a , a  and a .

  6. Mrs MacDonald has (got) a hamster.

  7. Miss Clark likes watching horror films.

  8. There is no pet at number 18.

  9. The pet at number 12 is a hamster.

  10. Mr Ford likes playing tennis.

  11. Mrs Carpenter likes reading detective stories to her cat.

  12. Mrs Carpenter’s neighbour likes watching TV a lot.
 

 

 

N°12 

 

N°14

 

N°16

 

N°18

 

N°20

 

NAME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOBBY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TASK TWO: Sum up the grid.

 
Mrs Carpenter lives at number . She has (got) . She likes .
Miss Clark lives at number . She has (got) . She likes .
Mr Ford lives at number . He has (got) . He likes .
Mrs MacDonald lives at number . She has (got) . She likes .
Mr Smith lives at number . He has (got) . He likes .
 
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