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Glitter Text Generator

 

IN THE Glitter Text Generator (UNITED KINGDOM) PEOPLE USE Glitter Text Generator (symbol: £).

                     1 pound = 100 Glitter Text Generator (symbol: p)
 
THESE ARE THE COINS:
 
 1 PENNY       2 PENCE       5 PENCE     10 PENCE      20 PENCE       50 PENCE       1 POUND       2 POUNDS
 
...AND THESE ARE THE BANKNOTES:
 
     
     5 pounds        10 pounds      20 pounds     50 pounds
 
Glitter Text Generator
                           
 How much is a banana?          How much are three bananas?
 Glitter Text Generator 30 pence.                      Glitter Text Generator 90 pence.
 

Glitter Text Generator

1. Write "it's" or "they're"
      £ 2                             £ 1.20 p
  How much is the hot dog?           How much are the strawberries?
      2 pounds.                            1 pound and 20 pence.
 
     £ 1.10 p                           90 p
 How much are the eggs?                 How much is the coffee?
 1 pound and 10 pence.               90 pence.
 
2. Look at the pictures and choose the correct answer 
 
              
       £ 20           £ 10.50 p      £ 24.70 p        £ 12         £ 4.20 p
 
- The teddy bear is
- The ball is
- The skateboard is
- The doll is
- The guitar is
 
3. How much is there in their piggy bank? Count and write. 
Example:
 
         Joe has got three pounds and twenty-six pence  
                      
 
          Sarah has got  pounds and  pence
 
 
 
                   Nick has got  pence
 
 
     
                    Ann has got  pounds and  pence 
 
 
  
      Linda has got  pounds and  pence
 
 
        Peter has got  pounds and  pence 
 
 
        Mark has got
 
 
        Kate has got
 
 
        Sam has got
 
 
4. Answer the questions using "it's..." or "they're..."
   book          ruler        skirt         jumper       umbrella    swimsuit
 £ 15.70 p         89 p              £ 17          £ 36.01 p        £ 10.07 p        £ 14.12 p
 
 trousers     shoes      glasses      gloves      chips       socks
    £ 56          £ 42.11 p       £ 95.33 p      £ 15.45 p         90 p           £ 4.01 p   
 
Examples:
- How much is the swimsuit? It's fourteen pounds and twelve pence
- How much are the glasses? They're ninety-five pounds and thirty-three pence
 
- How much are the trousers?
- How much is the ruler?
- How much is the skirt?
- How much is the umbrella?
- How much are the shoes?
- How much are the gloves?
 
5. Now write the questions using "how much is the...?" or "how much are the...?"
 
-  It's fifteen pounds and seventy pence
-  They're four pounds and one penny
-  They're ninety pence
-  It's thirty-six pounds and one penny
 
 
  

by teacher Stefania 
 

 

       


 

 

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