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I WANT ..... / I DON'T WANT ....+ ANIMALS

1- Look at the example below ! Write sentences about the pictures using : I want.../ I don't want... , She wants.../ She doesn't want..., They want..../ They don't want...., etc . Use the following animals: kitten,lizard, hamster, snake, rabbit, dog, turtle, fish, puppy, parrot:

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2- Write the appropriate question. Look at the example:
Example: Do they want a hamster ? (hamster)
                Yes, they do.
1-  (puppy)
    No, she doesn't. She wants a kitten.
 
2-  ( mouse )
    Yes, they do.
 
3-  (lizard)
    No, it doesn't. It wants a snake.
 
4-  (fish)
    Yes, he does.
 
5-  (cat )
    No, I don't. I want a puppy.

 

       


 

 

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