Grammar and language Vocabulary Present simple: I like carrots

Grammar and language Vocabulary Present simple: I like carrots
Grammar and language
Verb to be: Where is Dan? He’s in the art room. Where are
they? They’re in the gym.
Present continuous: He’s writing in the classroom. What
are they doing?
Imperatives: Don’t write on the chair. Jump up and down.
Functional language: Hi, I’m (Peter). What’s your name?
My name’s (Clara). Welcome to school. Yellow and blue
make green.
Rooms in a school: art room, classroom, computer lab,
gym, library, music room
Colours: black, blue, grey, green, orange, pink, purple, red,
white, yellow
Verbs: climb, cut, eat, jump, paint, play, read, run, sing, sit,
sleep, swim, talk, touch, turn, work, write
Other words: baby, ball, boy, chair, dog, floor, girl, monkey,
paper, pet, rule, school, table, tree
Verb to be: It’s a horse. Is it a cow? Yes, it is./No, it isn’t. It’s
big. Some animals are big.
Can/can’t: Dolphins can swim. They can’t fly. Can monkeys
swim? Yes, they can./No, they can’t.
Demonstratives (this/that): This is a goat. That is a cow.
Present simple: It lives in the circus.
Functional language: What’s a baby cow called? Here, there,
Animals: ant, bat, bear, cat, chick, cow, dog, dolphin,
donkey, duck, elephant, fish, frog, goat, horse, lion, monkey,
octopus, pig, sheep, snake, turkey
Verbs: climb, dance, fly, help, jump, learn, like, live, paint,
play, ride, run, shake, swim, take, walk
Baby animals: calf, duckling, kitten, lamb, piglet, puppy
Adjectives: amazing, big, small
Other words: bell, bike, children, circus, eye, feet, friend,
hand, ocean, picture, tree, trick, zoo
Demonstratives (this/that/these/those): This taxi is yellow.
That is a taxi. These planes are blue. Those are planes.
Prepositions (next to/between): The blue car is next to
the yellow car. The green car is between the red car and the
blue car.
Verb to be: It’s blue and yellow. What is it? It’s a plane.
Present simple: I get on the bus.
Functional language: Let’s go to the city.
Means of transport: boat, bus, car, motorbike, plane, taxi,
train, lorry
Places: bank, city, town, chemist, hospital, house, cinema,
museum, park, restaurant, shoe shop, supermarket, toy shop
Other words: hamburger, people, shoe, sleep, taxi, wake up
There is/There are: There’s a great white shark. There are
some beautiful fish. There isn’t an octopus in the red tank.
There aren’t any whales. Is there a turtle behind the rock?
Yes, there is./No, there isn’t. Are there any sharks? Yes, there
are./No, there aren’t. How many starfish are there?
Prepositions (behind/between/next to/on):
There’s a jellyfish behind the coral.
Functional language: Expressing feelings: Billy is scared.
Sea animals: crab, dolphin, fish, jellyfish, octopus, sea horse,
turtle, shark, starfish, whale
Sea vocabulary: aquarium, coral, lifeguard, rock, seaweed,
tank, oceanarium
Feelings: angry, happy, sad, scared
Numbers: eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen,
seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty
Other words: calf, lifeguard, tail, trick
Present simple: I like carrots. He likes carrots. She likes cake.
I don’t like spinach. He doesn’t like cake. She doesn’t like
cake. Do you like broccoli? No, I don’t./Yes, I do. Does Mary
like chocolate? Yes, she does./No, she doesn’t.
Imperatives: Wash the fruit. Pour and drink.
Functional language: Good morning. How much is it? It’s
ten euros and eighty cents.
Fruits: banana, cherry, grape, grapefruit, orange, peach,
pear, pineapple, strawberry, watermelon
Vegetables: avocado, broccoli, carrot, cauliflower,
cucumber, lettuce, pea, spinach, tomato
Food: bread, apple pie, cake, sweets, cereal, cheese,
chocolate, biscuits, fish, ham, hamburger, milk, pizza, crisps,
rice, sugar
Verbs: add, blend, cut, drink, eat, finish, make, pour, put,
try, wash
Numbers: 1–100
Other words: cents, chubby, deal, euro
Grammar and language
Present simple: I have got brown hair. Tom has got short
hair. Jolly Jenny has got a blue tongue. Giraffes have got
brown spots. She hasn’t got brown spots. Giraffes haven’t
got green eyes. Has she got long hair? Yes, she has./
No, she hasn’t.
Verb to be: It’s a giraffe. This animal is black and white.
Can/can’t: It can run. It can’t fly.
Functional language: What’s his/her name? Where’s he/she
from? My name’s John. I’m from the UK. I’m ten years old.
My turn!
Physical description: black, blonde, blue, brown, curly, eye,
green, hair, long, red, short, straight
Animals: butterfly, camel, elephant, giraffe, hippo, panda,
snake, tiger
Months of the year: January, February, March, April,
May, June, July, August, September, October, November,
Verbs: crawl, fly, jump, laugh, play, run, sleep, swim, walk
Countries and continents: Africa, America, Brazil, China,
India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Spain, Tunisia,
United Kingdom, USA
Others words: beautiful, big, funny, long, love, passport,
smart, spot, tongue, ugly
Imperatives: Touch your toes. Don’t eat unhealthy food.
Present simple: I get up at seven o’clock. Does Harry watch
too much TV? I want to watch television. I don’t want to
play. Harry wants to ride his bike. Do you eat fruit every day?
Yes, I do./No, I don’t. What time do you go to bed? I go to
bed at nine o’clock.
Can/can’t: Can you stand on your head? Yes, I can./No, I
can’t. I can swim in the sea.
Functional language: It isn’t good for you. Let’s ride our
bikes. What time is it? It’s eight o’clock.
Parts of the body: arm, elbow, feet, foot, hair, hand, head,
hip, knee, leg, nose, shoulder, teeth, toe
Adjectives: fat, fit, healthy, left, right, strong, unhealthy
Verbs: brush, climb, dive, do exercise/homework, drink,
eat breakfast/dinner/lunch, get up, go skateboarding, go to
school/bed, play, ride, run, sit, stand, stay up, swim, have a
bath, touch, turn off, wash, watch television (TV)
Review of numbers: 1–12
Other words: sweets, sofa, couch potato, doctor, fruit, junk
food, crisps, fizzy drinks, tummy
Verb to be: He’s angry. Is father happy? No, he isn’t. Who is
he? Who is thirsty? Where is he? He’s at the fair.
Present continuous: John is throwing a ball. What’s he
doing? He’s eating.
There is/there are: There is a big wheel. There aren’t any
prizes. Is there a band? Yes, there is. Are there any prizes?
No, there aren’t.
Functional language: How do you feel?
Feelings: angry, bored, excited, happy, hungry, sad, scared,
thirsty, tired
Family members: aunt, baby, brother, cousin, father,
grandfather, grandmother, mother, sister, uncle
Places: beach, fair, fun park, lake, cinema, park, playground,
pool, school, zoo
Fair words: animal show, band, bumper car, candy floss
stand, dart game, big wheel, food, game, horse show, hot
dog stand, ice cream stand, prize, ride, ring toss game, roller
coaster, show
Verbs: catch, drink, eat, fish, hit, play, put, ride, rollerblade,
run, sit, skip, swim, throw, try, walk
Other words: can, fish, lemonade
Present simple: John wants to build a house. Maria turns
off the lights.
There is/are: There is some rubbish. Is there a tree? Yes,
there is./No, there isn’t. Are there any flowers? Yes, there
are. There aren’t any flowers. There is a cat next to the tree.
Present continuous: Mary is riding her bike. Anna and Dora
are playing with the leaves.
Functional language: What’s the weather like? It’s raining.
It’s sunny. Describing seasons of the year: There are a lot of
flowers. It’s hot. Families go swimming.
Nature: animal, bee, cloud, flower, forest, grass, lake, leaf/
leaves, log, mountain, nest, rainbow, rock, sky, squirrel, sun,
The weather: cloudy, cold, cool, hot, raining, snow,
snowing, sunny, warm, weather, wind, windy
Clothes: boot, coat, dress, hat, trousers, sandal, scarf, shoe,
sock, jumper, swimsuit
Seasons of the year: autumn, spring, summer, winter
Ecology: bottle, container, environment, glass, ground, jar,
land, light, magazine, newspaper, planet, plastic, pollution,
sea, rubbish, water
Verbs: build, clean, drink, eat, fall, give, help, live, make, play,
put, read, recycle, reduce, reuse, ride, rollerblade, sleep, swim,
take, talk, visit, walk
Adjectives: clean, dirty, happy, sad, tall, thirsty
Other words: axe, season, snowman, wood, year
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