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I. Match each sign with its meaning.

-Do not smoke                      A)                                     

-Keep quiet                            B)

-Do not touch                         C)
 
-Turn off your cell phone      D)
 
-Do not feed the animals       E)
 
-Take off your shoes              F)
 
-Do not litter                          G)
 
-Do not eat or drink               H)
 
 
II. Look at the pictures below and describe each rule.
      Write sentences with HAVE TO or CAN'T.
 
Examples:
 
     You can't touch the paintings in the museum.
   You have to take off your shoes in the temple.
 
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2.  
 
3.  
 
4.  
 
5.  
 
6.  
 
 
III. Based on the classroom rules below, choose the correct   option to complete the statements.
                            
#1- You  talk while others are talking.
#2 - Students   follow directions.
#3 - Students  keep hands, feet, and objects to themselves.
#4 - You  disturb others so you  work quietly.
#5 - Each student  respect personal and school property.
#6 - You  play as long as it is in a safe manner.