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Hello English for the 4th grade
  
     1. Listen and draw lines (you can do it also as a project work on Glogster where you should log in)
 
 
    2.Write
Model:
Andrew's bag is next to the desk now. It was on the bed yesterday.
Andrew's magazines  now. They  yesterday.
Andrew's skateboard  now. It  yesterday.
Andrew's model planes  now They  yesterday.
Andrew's T - shirts  now. They  yesterday.
Andrew's jacket  now. It  yesterday.
 
    3. Answer the questions (about yesterday morning)
Model:
Was Billy in the bathroom at 8 o'clock ? Yes, he was.
Were Mary and Sally at school? No, they weren't.
1.Was Mary at the supermarket ? X
2.Were Ted and Ned at the toy shop? V
3.Were there three books on the table? V
4.Was there an apple on the table? V
5.Were the children at the swimming pool? X
 
  4. Make sentences
Model:
Maria/park/was/the/in/yesterday. Maria was in the park yesterday.
1. usually/Ben/bed/goes/ten/to/o'clock/at.  .
2. weekend/were/at/you/last/home ?  ?
3. children/weren't/yesterday/tired/the .  .
4. were/some/books/there/desk/my/under .  .
5. any/chocolate/there/table/wasn't/the/on .  .
 
   5. Fill in  was, were

    It was sunny yesterday and my shoes were dirty.

         1. How old  you last year? I   ten.

       2. Where   Ben and Bill yesterday? Ben   at school and Bill   at home.
      
       3.   you at home yesterday evening? No, we   at a restaurant.
 
       4. Ben's clothes   on the floor in the morning. His mother   cross.
 
       5. There   some tomatoes in the shopping bag.

 

       

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