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Level 1
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AMERICAN
Student Workbook
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How to use the Rosetta Stone Student Workbook
This Rosetta Stone Student Workbook contains exercises to help enhance a student’s
learning experience. The activities in this workbook provide an opportunity for learners
to practice their language skills through reading and writing exercises that reinforce the
concepts covered in the Rosetta Stone software.
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Worksheet pages and quizzes in this workbook are ordered by Unit and Lesson and
correspond directly to the Units and Lessons covered in the Rosetta Stone software.
Additional learning resources are available as Adobe PDF files on the Rosetta Stone
Supplemental Education Materials CD-ROM, including:
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Unit 1, Lesson 1, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Write the plural of each word. Follow the example:
boy
boys
1) girl
2) man
3) woman
4) she
Section 2. Put a where necessary. Some answer lines will be left blank. Follow the examples:
a
boy
men
1)
women
2)
girls
3)
man
4)
boys
5)
girl
6)
woman
Section 3. Circle the correct word to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
The men
1) The girl
( is / are ) cooking.
( is / are ) running.
2) The women
3) A man
( is / are ) reading.
( is / are ) eating.
4) The boys
( is / are ) drinking.
5) The women
( is / are ) swimming.
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Unit 1, Lesson 1, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Circle the word that does not belong in each of the singular or plural groups. Follow the example:
man
boy
girls
1) women girls
boy
2) girl
women
man
Section 2. Circle the word that does not belong in each of the masculine or feminine groups. Follow the example:
woman
man
girl
1) boy
girls
women
2) boys
women
men
Section 3. Circle the word that does not belong in the group.
1) writing
eating
drinking
2) running
swimming
reading
3) reading
writing
cooking
Section 4. Match each word to its opposite. Follow the example:
man
a. he
1) girl
b. woman
2) hello
c. boy
3) she
d. goodbye
Section 5. Complete each list with a word from the box that best fits the group. Follow the example:
they
cooking
eating
drinking
3) man
he
2
drinking
running
boy
she
girls
1) swimming
reading
2) he
she
4) girl
woman
5) women
boys
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Unit 1, Lesson 1, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Rewrite the sentence in the plural. Follow the example:
A man is eating.
1) The girl is drinking.
2) He is running.
The men are eating.
3) The woman is swimming. 4) A boy is writing.
5) She is reading.
Section 2. Circle the word that best substitutes for the underlined words. Follow the example:
The men are writing.
a. He
b. She
c. They
1) The girl is drinking.
a. She
b. They
c. He
2) The woman is reading.
a. They
b. She
c. He
3) The boys are running.
a. He
b. They
c. She
Section 3. Put the words in order to make a sentence. Follow the example:
girl A is writing
1) boys The reading are
2) running She is
3) men eating are The
4) woman drinking A is
5) swimming They are
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A girl is writing.
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Unit 1, Lesson 1, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Fill in the missing letter d, k, m, n, or t to complete the word.
k
ing
4) swim
1) rea
ing
5) drin
2) run
ing
6) wri
coo
3) ea
ing
ing
ing
ing
Section 2. Choose a word or phrase from each column to make a complete sentence. Follow the example:
The men
She
They
A girl
The boys
The woman
He
A man
is
are
eating
cooking
writing
reading
swimming
drinking
running
They are writing.
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Section 3. Fill in the blank with a word from the box to complete the sentence.
writing are is men boy
1) The
2) A
are drinking.
is reading.
3) The woman
4) The girls
5) The man is
4
cooking.
eating.
.
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Unit 1, Lesson 1, Quiz
Section 1. Fill in the blank with is or are. Follow the example:
are
The girls
1) The man
cooking.
swimming.
2) They
reading.
3) The women
4) She
5) The boys
6) He
drinking.
eating.
running.
writing.
Section 2. Draw a line from the sentence on the left to the sentence on the right that best matches it. Follow the example:
The women are swimming.
a. She is running.
1) The girl is reading.
b. They are swimming.
2) The boy is swimming
c. They are reading.
3) The man is running.
d. He is swimming.
4) The men are reading.
e. She is reading.
5) The woman is running.
f. He is running
Section 3. Write the opposite of each word. Follow the example:
girl
boy
1) goodbye 2) men
3) he
4) boys
5) woman
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Unit 1, Lesson 2, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Put a or an where necessary. Some answer lines will be left blank. Follow the examples:
an
egg
rice
1)
sandwich
2)
bread
3)
milk
4)
apple
5)
cat
6)
newspaper
7)
water
8)
fish
9)
bicycle
10)
coffee
Section 2. Put the words in order to make a sentence. Follow the example:
girl drinking is The milk
1) rice is The woman eating
2) eating are eggs They
3) drinking The water boy is
4) a She sandwich eating is
5) apple man an eating The is
The girl is drinking milk.
Section 3. Fill in the blank with a word from the box. Follow the example:
he they an rice and boy a
A girl
and
a boy are eating bread.
1) She is eating
egg.
2)
are drinking coffee.
3)
is drinking milk.
4) The woman is eating
sandwich.
5) The man and the woman are eating
6) The
.
and the man are eating apples.
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Unit 1, Lesson 2, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Divide these words into 5 groups. Follow the example:
bread dog
man
swimming running milk
girl
rice
water sandwich egg
walking
driving cat
child
horse
fish
coffee
adult
1) bread
2) dog
3) swimming
4) man
5) milk
egg
Section 2. Match the sentence part on the left with a logical sentence ending on the right to form a complete sentence.
Follow the example:
The man and the boy are eating
a. a car.
1) The woman is drinking
b. water.
2) They are driving
c. a newspaper.
3) She is reading
d. sleeping.
4) The children are
e. rice.
5) He has a
f. pen.
Section 3. Circle the word that does not belong in the group. Follow the example:
newspaper
bicycle
book
1) eggs
adults
children
2) water
horse
milk
3) fish
dog
pen
4) sleeping
car
bicycle
5) apple sandwich
coffee
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Unit 1, Lesson 2, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Place a 3 next to the sentences which are affirmative and an X next to the sentences which are negative.
Follow the examples:
3 The boy is reading a book.
_____
X The boy is not reading a book.
_____
1) _____ The adults are not swimming.
2) _____ The women do not have sandwiches.
3) _____ The child has a dog.
4) _____ The woman is not eating an apple.
5) _____ The adults are swimming.
6) _____ The man does not have a dog.
7) _____ The woman is drinking milk.
8) _____ The women have sandwiches.
Section 2. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
( What is / This is ) this? This is a pen.
1)
( He is / Is he ) driving a car? Yes. He is driving a car.
2) Is she drinking coffee?
( Yes. / No. ) She is not drinking coffee.
3) Is he eating bread? Yes. He
4) What is this?
( is eating / is not eating ) bread.
( He is / This is ) a car.
Section 3. Complete the sentence. For possible word choices, refer to previous workbook exercises for Lesson 2. Follow the example:
The adults are not
eating
.
1) The girl and the boy have a .
2) Is she
?
3) The woman is eating an
.
4) What is this? This
.
5) The man does not
.
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Unit 1, Lesson 2, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Make the sentence negative. Follow the example:
The man and woman are drinking coffee.
1) The girl has a fish.
2) They have sandwiches.
3) The women are walking.
4) The children are reading books.
5) The horse is running.
6) The boy has a pen.
The man and woman are not drinking coffee.
Section 2. Write the question for the answer provided. Follow the examples:
Is she driving a car
?
No. She is not driving a car.
What is this?
?
This is an apple.
1) ?
This is a newspaper.
2) ?
Yes. The fish is swimming.
3) ?
Yes. The girl is drinking milk.
4) ?
This is an egg.
5) ?
No. He is not running.
Section 3. Complete the sentence. Follow the example:
The boy and the girl are
reading books
.
1) The children do not have
.
2) What is this? This is
.
3) Is the dog swimming?
.
4) The women are eating apples and
.
5) She has
.
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Unit 1, Lesson 2, Quiz
Section 1. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
Is he driving a car?
a. Yes. He is eating.
b. No. He is not driving a car.
1) What is this?
a. This is a book.
b. He has a book.
2) Is the girl eating an apple?
a. Yes. She is eating an apple.
b. This is an apple.
3)
egg
a. a
b. an
Section 2. Write the word in the singular. Follow the example:
apples
apple
1) children
2) bicycles
3) adults
4) women
5) boys
6) sandwiches 7) eggs
Section 3. Circle the correct answer.
1) He is eating an
( egg / bread).
2) The boy is eating
( an / a )
3) The adults are drinking
4) The boy
sandwich.
( water / bread ).
( have / has ) a dog.
5) The children
( do not / are not ) walking.
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Notes
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Unit 1, Lesson 3, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Color the box with the color indicated. Follow the example:
black
1) blue
2) red
3) white
4) yellow
5) green
Section 2. Write the name of two things that are the color given. Follow the example:
green
grass
1)
apple
3)
black
4)
blue
2)
red
white
5)
yellow
Section 3. Write a sentence for each color using the information from the previous exercise. Follow the example:
green
1) blue
2) red
3) black
4) white
5) yellow
The grass is green
Section 4. Circle the sentence that is most logical. Follow the example:
He is a teacher.
1)
He is a bicycle.
We are flowers.
2)
We are students.
She is a police officer.
She is a sandwich.
3) He is an egg.
4)
He is a doctor.
I am a teacher.
5)
I am a ball.
I am a doctor.
I am a newspaper.
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Unit 1, Lesson 3, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Circle the correct answer.
1) The
( car / cars ) are yellow.
2) The
( eggs / rice ) is white.
3) The
( cat / dogs ) are small.
4) The
( ball / apples ) is green.
5) The
( book / sandwiches ) is big.
6) The
( bicycle / flowers ) are red.
Section 2. Fill in the blank with am, is, or are. Follow the example:
She
1) I
is
a police officer.
not a doctor.
3) He
a teacher.
5) The flowers
7) We
2) They
4) I
blue.
drinking milk.
not reading a big book.
6) The dog and the cat
boys.
8) What
running.
you eating?
Section 3. Fill in the blank with a word from the box. Follow the example:
doing I eating does not she yes do he drinking
Are you a teacher?
Yes.
1) What is the man
I am a teacher.
? The man is reading a book.
2) What
you have? I have a pen.
3) What
the boy have? He has a dog.
4) What are the women
5) What is the police officer
6) What are you doing?
7) What does the woman have?
8) What does the man have?
9) Are you a doctor? No. I am
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? Bread.
? Coffee.
am driving.
has a yellow flower.
has a newspaper.
a doctor.
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Unit 1, Lesson 3, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Fill in the missing letters to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
The man is
r
e a
1) The cat is
ck. The cat is not white.
2) The flowers are
3) I have a bl
llow. They are not blue.
e car. It is not green.
4) The boys have red
5) The
ding a book. The man is not swimming.
cycles. They do not have cars.
ild is sleeping. The woman is not sleeping.
6) The men are
7) She is
king. The men are not eating.
ting a sandwich. She is not drinking.
8) The
sh is swimming. The dog is not swimming.
Section 2. Choose the correct set of letters to complete the word. Then write the word on the line. Follow the example:
ri
bi
chi
ce
1)
bi
bo
ri
y
2)
sa
4) ma
ga
n
ca
5) chi
coo
rice
ri
bi
chi
ld
sa
3) ma
ca
king
6)
re
ri
ea
ndwich
ting
Section 3. Write two words that share the same combination of underlined letters as the word given. Refer to previous workbook
pages to find words that meet the criteria. Follow the example:
1)
cooking
2)
goodbye
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ball
3)
sandwich
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Unit 1, Lesson 3, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Match the question to the answer by putting the letter next to the answer. Follow the example:
A) What are you doing?
I have yellow flowers.
B) What is he doing?
The doctor is writing.
C) What do you have?
I am drinking water.
D) What are you drinking?
She is sleeping.
A
E) What is the doctor doing?
I am cooking.
F) What is she doing?
He is driving.
G) Are you a teacher?
No. I am not a teacher.
Section 2. Circle the answer that best substitutes for the underlined words. Follow the example:
The bicycle is white.
a. It
b. They
1) The ball is small.
a. It
b. They
2) The cars are big.
a. It
b. They
3) The boy is not sleeping.
a. He
b. They
4) The girls have green books.
a. They
b. She
5) The man is not a doctor.
a. It
b. He
Section 3. Put the words in order to make a sentence. Follow the example:
green The are cars
1) dog I white a have
2) not It big is 3) blue yellow They and are
4) small flowers are The
5) has book blue a She
The cars are green.
6) not do have a fish red I 16
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Unit 1, Lesson 3, Quiz
Section 1. Draw and color a picture of the indicated object(s).
1) a black cat
2) a red flower
3) yellow books
4) a blue fish
5) a small dog
6) a green apple
Section 2. Answer the question by completing the sentence. Follow the example:
The boy is
What is the boy doing?
eating a sandwich.
1) What are you doing?
cooking.
2) What is the woman doing?
running.
3) What is the teacher doing?
reading a book.
4) What do you have?
a big dog.
5) Is he drinking coffee? No.
drinking coffee.
6) Are you a student? Yes.
a student.
Section 3. Cross out the word that does not belong in the group. Follow the example:
blue
1) sun
2) teachers
3) have
4) dog
5) adult
6) we
red
sky
dogs
do
boy
child
she
doctor
moon
pen
fish
woman
I
green
car
police
officers
am
horse
yellow
do
students
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Notes
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Unit 1, Lesson 4, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Write the number. Follow the example:
five
1) two 2) six
3) one
4) four
5) three
5
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
Section 2. Match the word on the left to an item on the right. Follow the example:
sleeping
a. cup
1) coffee
b. car
2) rice
c. pen
3) keys
d. plate
4) writing
e. bed
5) sandwich
f. pants
6) wearing
g. bowl
Section 3. Put the words in the box into groups. Follow the example:
coat
shoes fish
table
dog
bowls
chair
cups
plates four
horse
three
five
T-shirt bed
dog
1)
2)
horse
fish
3)
4)
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Unit 1, Lesson 4, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
( There is / There are ) four blue books.
1)
( There is / There are ) three fish.
2)
( There is / There are ) one cell phone.
3)
( There is / There are ) two big beds.
4) How many shoes
( are there / there are ) ?
5) How many chairs
( are there / there are ) ?
Section 2. Fill in the blank with who, what, or how many. Follow the example:
What
is the man doing? He is driving.
1)
red cups are there? There are four red cups.
2)
do you have? I have a newspaper.
3)
hats do you have? I have six hats.
4)
is wearing a coat? The woman is wearing a coat.
5)
are you eating? I am eating rice.
6)
is it? It is an egg.
7)
has red flowers? The children have red flowers.
Section 3. Based on the information provided in the box to the right of the sentence, choose an appropriate word or phrase from
the box at the top and complete the sentence. Follow the example:
have has do not have does not have do does have
We
have three
1) You
2) The teacher
3)
4) The woman
5)
6) I
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cups.
cups — 3
dogs.
dogs
keys.
you have a cell phone?
bowls.
she have a bicycle?
red flowers.
keys — 4
cell phone — ?
bowls
bicycle — ?
red flowers — 2
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Unit 1, Lesson 4, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Look at the information in the chart below and answer the questions using complete sentences. Follow the examples:
red
T-shirts:
Bowls:
yellow
2 T-shirts:
4 Phones:
blue
1 T-shirts:
3 Bowls:
green
5 Chairs:
1 Tables:
How many tables are green?
One table is green.
How many chairs are there?
There are nine chairs.
black
3 Chairs:
1 Tables:
white
6 Phones:
3 Tables:
1) How many T-shirts are red?
2) How many bowls are red?
3) How many tables are black?
4) How many tables are there?
5) How many phones are there?
6) How many bowls are there?
1
1
Section 2. Fill in the correct letters from the boxes on the right to complete the words. You may use each set only once.
s h
1)
2)
3) c
oes
air
e
ck
irt
ing
sk sh
ch
buy blu
bla
ow oa
wo
t
b
l
t
4)
cycle
c
ld
w
te
hi bi
ri
5)
ble
per
p
te
la ta
pa
Section 3. Using the information in the box below, answer the question. Follow the example:
doctor — newspaper woman — coat
boy — milk
girls — plates
you — 2 sandwiches the police officers — pens
Who is reading?
1) Who has plates?
2) Who is wearing a coat?
3) What is the boy drinking?
4) How many sandwiches do you have?
5) Who has pens?
6) Who has a newspaper?
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The doctor is reading.
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Unit 1, Lesson 4, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Choose a word or phrase from each column to make a sentence. There may be more than one possible answer.
­Follow the example:
one bowl
I
is
buying a dress 1)
You
do not have
five keys
The man and the boy
have
2)
wearing a coat
The bicycles
am
There
3)
yellow
are
drinking water 4)
does not have
The doctor
red and blue
The fish
has
5)
You have five keys.
Section 2. Match the question to the answer. Follow the example:
A) Who is buying a hat?
Yes. The teacher has keys.
B) Does the teacher have keys
I am reading a book.
C) What are you doing?
There are six trees.
D) How many trees are there?
No. I do not have keys.
E) How many bowls do you have?
Two tables are red.
F) Do you have keys?
I have two bowls.
G) How many tables are red?
No. The dog is not black.
H) Is the dog black?
A
The woman is buying a hat.
Section 3. Circle the correct word to complete the question. Follow the example:
( Do / Does / Is ) the boy reading? Yes. The boy is reading.
1)
( Do / Does / Is ) you have a car? No. I do not have a car.
2)
( Do / Does / Is ) the man have keys? Yes. The man has keys.
3)
( Who / What / How many ) plates do you have? I have six plates.
4)
( Who / What / How many ) are the girls doing? The girls are swimming.
5)
( Who / What / How many ) is drinking? The women are drinking.
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Unit 1, Lesson 4, Quiz
Section 1. Fill in the blank to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
Does
1) I
she have a dog?
not have a cell phone.
2) Who
buying shoes?
3) There
six trees.
4) How many keys
5) We
6) This
there.
wearing pants.
a tree.
7) What are you
? I am driving.
8) The man
not have a bowl.
9) The girl
a blue cup.
Section 2. Match the number to the word. Follow the example:
1
2
3
4
5
6
five
three
four
two one
six
Section 3. Complete the sentence. Follow the example:
I have
three eggs
.
1) The police officer is wearing
.
2) The women are buying
.
3) There are four red
.
4) We are not
.
5) The children do not have
.
6) The girls are reading
.
7) Three bowls are
.
8) The doctors do not have
.
9) They are eating
.
10)I am a
.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 2, Lesson 1, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Place the people in the correct column. Follow the examples:
adult
husband
baby
man
boy
mother
brother
parents
child
sister
daughter son
father
wife
friend
woman
girl
man
woman
friend
Section 2. Fill in the missing numbers using the words from the box. Follow the example:
zero
one
eight
four
five
six
eleven
nine
two ten
three
seven
zero
twelve
Section 3. Write the plural of the word. Follow the example:
boy
boys
1) baby 2) brother
3) daughter
4) friend
5) sister
6) son
7) this
8) child
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Unit 2, Lesson 1, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Fill in the blank with his or her. Follow the example:
a man and
his
1) a girl and
2) a mother and
3) a boy and
4) a husband and
dog
ball
son
dog
wife
5) a father and
daughter
6) a woman and
sister
7) a boy and
parents
8) a man and
family
Section 2. Connect the incomplete sentence to the words that best complete it. Follow the example:
The girl is eating
a. their milk.
1) They are reading
b. his hat.
2) They are drinking
c. her coffee.
3) He is wearing
d. his book.
4) She is drinking
e. her dress.
5) The boy is reading
f. her apple.
6) The girl is wearing
g. his sandwich.
7) He is eating
h. their newspapers.
Section 3. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
1)
3)
5)
7)
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( This / These ) is my brother.
( This / These ) are my friends.
( This / These ) is my father.
( This / These ) is my wife.
( This / These ) are my daughters.
2)
4)
6)
8)
( This / These ) are my parents.
( This / These ) is my sister.
( This / These ) are my brothers.
( This / These ) is my son.
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Unit 2, Lesson 1, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Circle the correct answer in parentheses. Follow the example:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
( She / Her / His ) bicycle is green.
We have a daughter. ( Their / Our / My ) daughter is two years old.
He has two cars. ( Her / His / Their ) cars are red and black.
The women have ten cups. ( They / Our / Their ) cups are red.
She has a brother. ( He / Her / She) brother is eleven years old.
The doctors have cell phones. ( They / Their / His ) cell phones are black.
The boy has a fish. ( He / His / Her ) fish is yellow.
The woman has flowers. ( They / Her / Their ) flowers are blue.
The man has a wife. ( She / Her / His ) wife is a police officer.
The girl has a bicycle.
Section 2. Fill in the blank with the appropriate word or words from the box. Follow the example:
this
Are
what
do
have
who
doing
how old
are
you sleeping? No. I am not sleeping.
1)
are you doing? I am reading.
5) What is he
2)
are you? I am twelve years old.
6) What is
3)
is eating a sanwich? The doctor is eating a sandwich.
7)
you have a bowl?
Yes. I have a bowl.
4) What do you
? We have bread.
? He is playing.
? It is a ball.
Section 3. Fill in the blank with have or has. Follow the example:
We
have
three sons.
1) You
3) I
ten flowers.
2) He
a red and black bicycle.
5) Our children
a dog.
4) We do not
6) Do you
7) The baby
a green cup.
8) We
9) The child
milk.
10)She
11)The boy and the girl
bread.
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12)The boy
two sisters.
children.
a brother?
apples.
one son and one daughter.
a white hat.
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Unit 2, Lesson 1, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Read the sentence. If the underlined word is correct, place a 3 next to the sentence. If it is not correct, write the
correct word on the line. Follow the examples:
We have two brother.
brothers
She is reading her book.
3
1) This is my father.
2) Their are reading newspapers.
3) These are our friend.
4) We have one son and two daughter.
5) He is my doctor.
6) What is these?
7) The boy has one sisters.
Section 2. Circle the correct letters to complete the word. Follow the example:
1)
( ru / hus / su ) band
4) fami
2)
( le / ly / li )
( thi / they / the ) s
3) e
( le / ely / li ) ven
( ife / ive / ike )
6) n
( ife / ive / ine )
5) w
Section 3. Use the information in the box to complete each sentence about this family. Follow the example:
1) They have
2) Their
son and
children.
daughters.
is four years old. Their daughters
3) are two
4) The children have one
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three
The man and woman have
and
years old.
dog and one
cat.
FAMILY
husband + wife
1 son: 4 years old
2 daughters: 2 years old
6 years old
1 black dog
1 white cat
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Unit 2, Lesson 1, Quiz
Section 1. Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
They are drinking
1)
their
are my friends.
2) This is
son.
3) I have three
4)
milk.
.
old is he?
5) He is seven
old.
6) The father and
daughters are playing.
7) The girl is not cooking.
8)
parents are cooking.
is my bed.
9) We have a car.
car is blue.
their
they
This
These
my
I
sister
sisters
Who
How
year
years
his
their
Their
Her
This
These
We
Our
Section 2. Put the numbers in order from smallest to largest. Follow the example:
four one nine
1) eleven zero six
2) seven eight six
3) two ten twelve
4) five three one
5) zero ten nine
one, four, nine
Section 3. Look at the information in the box. Then answer the question. Follow the example:
mother: playing
father: cooking son: playing
daughter: sleeping cat: sleeping
dog: eating
Who is cooking?
The father is cooking.
1) Who is playing?
2) Who is sleeping?
3) Is the dog sleeping?
4) Is the father sleeping?
5) What is the dog doing?
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 2, Lesson 2, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Write the name of two objects that belong in each room below. Follow the example:
bathroom
bedroom
toilet
kitchen
dining room
living room
Section 2. Write the opposite of the word provided. Follow the example:
husband
1)
wife
grandmother
2) father
3) son
4)
girl
5)
sister
6)
woman
Section 3. Write the name of one room where the activity can be done. There may be more than one possible response. Follow
the example:
watching television
living room
1) eating
2) cooking
3) listening to the radio
4) playing
5) drinking
6) sleeping
7) reading the newspaper
Section 4. Fill in the blank with in or on. Follow the example:
The coffee is
in
1) The computer is
3) The grandmother is
5) The man is
the cup.
the table.
the house.
the apartment.
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2) The plates are
4) The sandwich is
6) The cat is
the sink.
the plate.
the chair.
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Unit 2, Lesson 2, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Put the words in order to make a complete sentence. Follow the example:
mother in is kitchen The the sitting
1) shoes are Where the
2) table on the keys Your are
3) grandfather love I my
4) are girls The listening radio to the 5) daughter father his The is hugging
6) under bed the am I
7) your this hat Is
The mother is sitting in the kitchen.
Section 2. Circle a word to complete each sentence. Follow the example:
1)
3)
5)
( love / loves ) my father.
The woman ( love / loves ) her husband.
The boy ( love / loves ) his grandmother.
The mother ( is / are ) kissing her baby.
I
( love / loves ) their parents.
This girl ( is / are ) hugging her brother.
We ( is / are ) hugging.
2) The children
4)
6)
Section 3. Fill in the blanks with my, your, his, her, or their. Follow the example:
The girl and
her
mother are playing.
1) The parents are watching
3) The boys love
children.
grandmother.
5) The boy is hugging
4) I love
cat.
7) The woman is hugging
2) The man loves
wife.
dog.
6) They are watching
fish.
children.
Section 4. Put to where necessary. Some answer lines will be left blank. Follow the example:
The boy is watching
his dog.
1) The grandfather is listening
2) The parents are watching
3) The girl is eating
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the radio.
their children.
.
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Unit 2, Lesson 2, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Read the following information. Then write a similar sentence about the information provided. Follow the example:
The apple is in the bowl. The bowl is on the table. The table is in the kitchen. The kitchen is in the house.
under
cat, bed, bedroom, apartment:
The cat is
The bed is
The bedroom is
1) radio, table, living room, house:
The radio is The table is The living room is 2) keys, shoe, dining room, apartment:
The The The in
the bed.
the bedroom.
in
the apartment.
Section 2. Fill in the missing letters to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
The living room is
1) The
en.
l is listening to the radio.
3) I have tw
5) The
e
g r
flowers
2) The boy is hugging his
4) The mother l
ctor is sitting.
6) The lap
ndfather.
s her baby.
p is on the table.
Section 3. Complete the sentence to answer the question. Follow the example:
Where are my books? Your books
1) Is this your hat? Yes. This
are under the bed.
2) Where is the computer? The computer 3) Is he your brother? No. He
4) Where is my cup? Your cup
5) Where are the keys? The keys
6) Is this your laptop? No. This
7) Where are my shoes? Your shoes
8) Is this your ball? Yes. This
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Unit 2, Lesson 2, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Draw a picture to illustrate the sentence.
1) The cat is under the chair.
2) The keys are in the shoe.
3) The radio is on the television.
4) The cups are on the table.
5) The window is big.
6) The door is small.
Section 2. Unscramble the letters to form a word. Follow the example:
apartment
aaemnprtt
1) moodreb
2) chitken
3) ttleio
4) wwndoi
Section 3. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word from the text box. Follow the example:
The man is
eating
1) The man is
2) The grandfather is
3) The children are
4) The woman is
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a sandwich.
hugging
his wife.
watching
to the radio.
television.
in the living room.
sitting
listening
eating
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Unit 2, Lesson 2, Quiz
Section 1. Circle the correct answer.
1)
Where is my newspaper?
a. You have a newspaper.
b. You are reading the newspaper.
c. Your newspaper is on the chair.
3)
The grandmother is sitting
a. under
b. on
c. in
the kitchen.
5) Where
?
a. my books
b. are my books
c. my books are
2)
Is this your father?
a. Yes. This is my father.
b. Yes. This is his father.
c. Yes. This is her father.
4)
He is
the radio.
a. watching
b. listening
c. listening to
6)
Are
a. this
b. the
c. these
your keys?
Section 2. Connect the word on the left to a word on the right that relates to it. Follow the example:
on
a. dining room
1) kitchen
b. kissing
2) window
c. sitting
3) hugging
d. door
4) radio
e. television
5) standing
f. in
Section 3. Complete the sentence. Follow the example:
bedroom
The woman is standing in the
1) The grandfather is hugging
.
2) The girls are listening to
.
5) The boy loves
6) The bowls are
the
.
7) The children are watching
3) The desktop computer is
the
.
4) I love
.
.
8) The brother is hugging
9) The apartment is
.
.
.
.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 2, Lesson 3, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Fill in the blank with am, is, or are. Follow the example:
is
The street
1) They
in Paris.
from China.
3) I
a teacher.
2) The boy
near the house.
4) We
from Moscow.
my mother.
5) Where
you from?
6) This
7) Japan
far from Brazil.
8) This city
in Italy.
Section 2. Circle the correct answers to complete the sentence.
( I / my ) father. ( He / His ) name is Viktor Popov. ( He / His ) is a doctor.
( I / My ) name is Giulia. ( I / My ) am from Italy. ( I / My ) live in Rome.
This is ( I / my ) sister. ( She / Her ) name is Sarah. ( She / Her ) is eating in the dining room.
What is ( you / your ) name? ( I / My ) name is Bertrand. Nice to meet ( you / your ).
Where do ( you / your ) live? ( We / Our ) live in Paris.
1) This is
2)
3)
4)
5)
Section 3. Connect the parts of the sentence to form a complete sentence. Then write the sentence below. There may be more
than one combination possible. Follow the example:
We live
The children are sitting
The woman is standing
They are
I am eating
The house is far
I am eating
1) We live
in
on
from
the United States.
the park.
the bridge.
the street.
Rome.
the dining room.
in the dining room.
2) The children are sitting 3) The woman is standing 4) They are
5) I am eating
6) The house is far
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Unit 2, Lesson 3, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Put the place names from the box in the correct columns. Then match the city to the country if possible. Follow the
example:
Beijing
Brazil
China
Egypt
France
Italy
Japan
Moscow
New York
Paris
Rome
Russia
United States
city
country
Beijing
China
Egypt
Section 2. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
( Mr. / Miss )
Mike Simpson
1)
( Mr. / Mrs.)
2)
( Mr. / Ms. )
Isabella Wilson
3)
( Mr. / Miss )
Mei Lin
4)
( Mr. / Mrs. )
5)
( Mr. / Miss )
Nancy Jones
Pierre Bertrand
Anne Smith
Section 3. Fill in the blank with a word from the text box. Follow the example:
bridge country city
far park
nice
street
lives hi
name
The car is on the
street
1) New York is a
3) He
.
.
in apartment eight.
5) The men are standing on the
7) Hello.
9) What is your
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2) My name is Mr. Jones.
.
4) The tree is
.
from the house.
6) The children are playing in the
8) Russia is a
to meet you.
.
.
?
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Unit 2, Lesson 3, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Number the sentences 1–8 to put the sentences in a logical order. Follow the examples:
My name is Miss Smith.
1
Hello.
What is your name?
5
Nice to meet you.
Where are you from?
Goodbye.
I am from Beijing.
2
Hi.
Section 2. Group the words whose underlined letters have similar pronunciation. Follow the example:
eight baby husband two Sue city brother rice green
reading
keys
these
green
3)
name
1)
country
4)
nice
2)
5)
shoe
bicycle
Section 3. Read the response and write the corresponding question. Follow the example:
What is he doing
? He is sitting in the park.
1)
? My name is John Clark. 2) ? I am from Japan.
3)
? We live in Rome.
? I live in apartment two.
4) Section 4. Connect the sentences in each column. Follow the example:
This is my mother.
His name is Viktor Popov.
I live in Rome.
This is my brother.
I am from Italy.
Nice to meet you.
My name is Guilia.
Her name is Anne Smith.
She is reading in the living room.
What is your name?
My name is Bobby.
He is a student.
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Unit 2, Lesson 3, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Look at the picture and then complete the sentence. Follow the example:
Japan is
( near / far from )
2) The dog is
China
.
( near / far from ) the
1) Italy is
.
( near / far from )
3) I am
the
.
.
Section 2. Match the sentences to the pictures. Follow the example:
C
1)
E. This is my kitchen.
F. Hello. My name is Lin.
C. This bridge is in New York.
D.They are from the
United States.
A. This is my brother.
His name is John.
B. I live in Moscow, Russia.
2)
3)
4)
5)
Section 3. Look at the picture and read the information. Then write about the second picture using the first text as a model.
This is my mother.
Her name is Mei.
She is cooking
in the kitchen.
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.
Giulia .
playing in
.
Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 2, Lesson 3, Quiz
Section 1. Complete the conversation with the sentences from the box. Follow the example:
1) A)
Hi.
2) A)
B) Hello
B) I am from Egypt.
A)
A)
B) My name is Sue Simpson.
B) I live in New York.
A)
Where do you live?
Hi.
Where are you from?
What is your name?
Nice to meet you.
Section 2. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
are from France.
b. She
c. We
1)
a. He
is from Japan.
b. We
d. You
2)
a. We
am from Paris.
b. I
c. They
3)
a. I
are from Moscow.
b. They
c. She
4)
a. He
live in Egypt.
b. She
c. We
5)
a. I
lives in Apartment Two.
b. You
c. He
6)
a. She
live in Beijing.
b. I
c. He
a. I
Section 3. Complete the sentence with the correct name of either the city or the country. Follow the example:
I live in
New York , United States.
1) I live in Moscow,
.
3) I live in Rome,
.
2) I live in
, China.
4) I live in
, France.
Section 4. Fill in the blank with his, her, he, or she. Follow the example:
This is my sister.
1) This is my brother.
2) This is my father.
3) This is my mother.
4) This is my friend.
Her
name is Sarah.
name is Pierre.
name is John.
name is Nancy.
name is Mike.
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She
is sleeping.
is playing in the living room.
is reading in the bedroom.
is eating in the dining room.
is listening to the radio.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 2, Lesson 4, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Read the sentences in the box. Then use the sentences to write a logical explanation for each situation that follows.
Follow the example:
I am hot.
I am tired.
I am not running.
I am hungry.
I am cold.
I am tired.
1) I am wearing a coat and a hat.
2) I am drinking water.
3) I am eating a sandwich.
4) I am wearing a T-shirt.
5) I am not fine.
I am thirsty.
I am sick.
Section 2. Read the information about a man. Then complete the sentences to describe yourself. Follow the example:
The man is tall. He has brown hair. He is
wearing a red sweater and jeans. His jeans
are blue.
I am
. I have
.
I am wearing
and
My
.
.
Section 3. Put the words from the box into groups. Follow the example:
cold
brown
pink
1) sweater
gray
hungry
tired
thirsty
sick
socks
green
belt
orange
jeans
suit
tie
2) hot
3) purple
belt
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Unit 2, Lesson 4, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Fill in the blank with a or leave blank. Follow the example:
The tall woman is wearing
1) The short men are wearing
2) The tall boy is wearing
3) The short girl is wearing
4) The short woman is wearing
5) The tall doctor is wearing
6) The tall teacher is wearing
a
suit.
jeans.
blue belt.
red socks.
dress.
hat.
black pants.
Section 2. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
You
( have / has ) blond hair.
1) We
( have / has ) brown hair.
2) He
( have / has ) red hair.
( have / has ) gray hair.
4)
( I / My ) hair is brown.
5)
( He / His ) belt is green.
6)
( She / Her ) sweater is purple.
7)
( You / Your ) socks are pink.
3) I
Section 3. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
( I / My / I’m ) hungry.
1)
( We’re / We / Our ) are not cold.
2)
( I’m / I / My ) tie is brown.
3)
( They / Their / They are ) have pink sweaters.
4)
( My / I’m / I ) am not tired.
5)
( We’re / We / Our ) sick.
6)
( She / Her / She is ) has blond hair.
7)
( He is / He / His ) hair is gray.
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Unit 2, Lesson 4, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Write the question for the answer provided. Follow the example:
What color is your suit
? My suit is gray.
1) ? I’m fine.
2)
? Yes, I’m hungry.
3) ? Their hair is blond.
4)
? No. I’m not hot.
5) ? Her hair is red.
Section 2. Match the question to the answer. Follow the example:
G
What color is his hair?
A. No. We’re not hungry.
1) How are you?
B. Yes, I’m tired.
2) Are you tired?
C. Her hair is black.
3) What color is her hair?
4) What color is your hair?
5) Are you hungry?
D. Their hair is brown.
E. I’m fine.
F. My hair is blond.
6) What color is their hair?
G. His hair is red.
Section 3. Choose the letters from the text box to complete the words in each group that have the same sound as the
underlined letters. Follow the example:
ur ey ie or er o me oa ai a ay ea e
1) sweater
b
fr
e
2) teacher
lt
p
n
doct
nd
3) bowl
ple
newspap
ph
c
4) their
ne
t
5) eight
w
r
pl
ch
r
th
t
ble
Section 4. Write another word that has the same meaning as the word provided. Follow the example:
father
Dad
1) Grandma
2) mother
3) grandfather
4) Hello
5) I am
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Unit 2, Lesson 4, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Using colored pencils or markers, draw a picture to illustrate the sentence.
1) The man is wearing a black suit.
2) The sweater is blue.
3) We have gray hair.
4) His hair is blond.
5) My belt is brown.
6) His socks are purple.
Section 2. Complete the conversation. Follow the example:
How are you? I’m fine.
2) Are you thirsty? No.
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1)
? Yes. I’m sick.
3) Are you hungry? Yes.
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Unit 2, Lesson 4, Quiz
Section 1. Write the name of the person under each picture.
1)
Mom Dad Grandma Grandpa
2)
3)
4)
Section 2. Complete the conversation. Follow the example:
Hello
, Mr. Jones.
1) Hi.
?
2)
fine.
Section 3. Circle the most logical answer and then fill in the blank with a word from the box at the top. Follow the example:
girls
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
pink
wearing
is
hair
standing
( is / are) pink .
They (are / have) blond
.
Her (sandwich / sweater)
blue.
The two
(has / have) red hair.
The (green / tall) men are
.
The (woman / fish) is
a gray suit.
My dress
Section 4. Fill in the blank with am, is, are, or I’m. Follow the example:
My socks
are
2) His hair
4) We
6)
black.
brown.
not thirsty.
fine.
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1)
3) I
5) My jeans
7) The girl
wearing a brown sweater.
short.
black.
tired.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 3, Lesson 1, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Match the number to the word. Follow the example:
A) fifteen
17
B) nineteen
20
C) twenty
13
A
D) thirteen
15
E) seventeen
18
F) fourteen
14
G) sixteen
16
H) eighteen
19
Section 2. Write the name of the place associated with the words. Use words from the text box. Follow the example:
park school hospital restaurant house
school
1)
doctor
sick
sleeping
writing
reading
teacher
3)
watching television
listening to the radio
family
2)
playing
running
children
4)
eating
drinking
lunch
Section 3. Complete the sentences with the most logical response. Use the expressions in the morning, in the afternoon, in the
evening, or at night.
I drink coffee
in the morning
.
1) I eat dinner
.
2) They eat lunch
.
3) I eat breakfast
.
4) The man works
.
5) The boy sleeps
.
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Unit 3, Lesson 1, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Fill in the blank with a word from the box. Follow the example:
outside morning evening where
lunch when good at
at
The doctor works
the hospital.
1) The children are playing
2)
.
afternoon. How are you?
3) I eat breakfast in the
4) I eat
.
in the restaurant.
5)
do you work? I work in the morning.
6)
do you work? I work at a school.
Section 2. Write the number to complete the sentence. Follow the example:
Fourteen
comes before fifteen.
1)
comes before nineteen.
3)
comes after nineteen.
5) Fourteen comes after
2)
comes after fifteen.
4) Seventeen comes after
.
6) Nineteen comes after
.
.
Section 3. Fill in the blanks with and or but. Follow the example:
He is wearing shoes,
but
1) I have a brother,
he is not wearing socks.
I don’t have a sister.
2) I am wearing a sweater
a coat.
3) She has a radio,
she is listening to it.
4) The man has a sandwich,
5) The boy has a ball,
6) He has coffee
he is not eating it.
he is not playing.
milk.
7) The women are wearing suits,
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they are not wearing ties.
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Unit 3, Lesson 1, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
The teacher
1) The boys
2) We’re
3) I
( work / works / working ) at the school.
( play / playing / plays ) outside.
( eat / eating / eats ) dinner outside.
( write / writing / writes ) in the afternoon.
4) They are not
5) She
( sleeping / sleeps / sleep ) in the bed.
( read / reads / reading ) after dinner.
6) The girls
( watching / watch / watches ) television in the evening.
Section 2. Circle the correct answers. Follow the example:
( Where / When ) do you work? I work ( in / at ) the morning.
1)
( Where / When ) do you drink coffee? I drink coffee ( in / at ) the cafe.
2)
( Where / When ) do they play? They play ( in / before ) dinner.
3)
( Where / When ) do you eat breakfast? I eat breakfast ( at / before ) I work.
4)
( Where / When ) do you watch television? I watch television ( at / before ) night.
Section 3. Answer the questions by completing the sentences. Use the information in parentheses. Follow the example:
Where do you work? (hospital) I work
at the hospital
.
1) How old are you? (19) I am .
2) Where do you write? (school) I
.
3) What do you do in the morning (read the newspaper) I
.
4) When do you eat lunch? (afternoon) I
.
5) Do you have brothers and sisters? (2 brothers, 1 sister) I have
.
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Unit 3, Lesson 1, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Fill in the missing words. Follow the example:
It is
evening
2) It is
. Good
evening
. Good
.
1) It is
. Good
.
.
3) It is
. Good
.
Section 2. Match the sentence to the picture by drawing a line. Follow the example:
He is wearing a suit, but he is not wearing a tie.
1) She has a book, and she is reading it.
a.
d.
b.
e.
c.
f.
2) He is wearing a suit and a tie.
3) She has socks, but she does not have shoes.
4) She has a book, but she is not reading it.
5) He is wearing shoes and socks.
Section 3. Complete the sentence with one word. Follow the example:
1)
you have brothers and sisters? Yes. I have a brother and a sister.
2) Do you have a coat? No. I
3) Where do you work? I
have a coat.
at a hospital.
4) What do you do in morning? My husband and I
5) The girls
6) He
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breakfast.
have socks.
coffee before he works.
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Unit 3, Lesson 1, Quiz
Section 1. Look at the pictures and complete the dialogue. Follow the example:
Good
3)
morning.
1)
Dan Parker.
her book.
4) Hello, Ms. Taylor.
2)
Jane Taylor.
? 5)
fine.
Section 2. Look at the picture and complete the sentence. Follow the example:
It is morning. The family is
eating breakfast outside
1) It is afternoon.
The woman
.
He has an egg, but he
is not eating it.
3) She
2) It is evening.
. They
a book,
.
4) I’m
.
a suit,
a tie.
Section 3. Circle the correct answers to complete the sentences.
(
)
(
)
1) She drink / drinks coffee at / in the morning.
(
)
(
)
We have shoes, ( and / but ) we ( doesn’t / don’t ) have socks.
2) Where you do / do you work? I work / works at a restaurant.
3)
(
5)
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4) How you are / are you ?
( We’re / We ) fine.
The child ( sleeping / sleeps )
( at / in the ) night.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 3, Lesson 2, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Put the days of the week in order. Follow the example:
Tuesday Friday Sunday Monday Saturday Thursday Wednesday
Sunday
Section 2. Cross out the word that does not belong in each group. Follow the example:
Sunday
Friday
welcome
Thursday
1) day
foot
month
week
2) bad
spring
summer
winter
3) hotel
fall
visiting
guest
4) belts
fingers
hands
toes
5) they’re
we’re
I’m don’t
Section 3. Complete the sentence with days, week(s), month(s), or year. Follow the example:
1) There are seven
days
2) There are twelve
3) There are four
in one
.
in one
.
in one
.
Section 4. Fill in the blank with a word from the text box.
guests
with
1) The man is
welcome
hotel
Rome.
3) I am eating lunch
2)
my friend.
5) The children are playing a
7) The baby is seven weeks
9)
tastes
they’re
.
.
visiting
old
game
to our house!
4) The woman works at the
6) The
8) The sandwich
.
are reading a book.
good.
swimming outside.
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Unit 3, Lesson 2, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence.
1) The boy is eating a sandwich with
2) The men are running with
( he / his / her ) sister.
( they / his / their ) friends.
3) I’m walking in the park with
( I / my / I’m ) dog.
4) The girl is sleeping with
( her / she / his ) dog.
5) The children are visiting
( his / their / her ) grandmother.
6) I’m watching television with
( my / I’m / their ) parents.
Section 2. Fill in the blank with this or these.
1) is my friend.
2) is our kitchen.
3) are his flowers.
4) is her sandwich.
5) are my parents.
6) are our books.
7) smells bad.
8) women are running.
9) What is ? is a shoe.
Section 3. Circle the sentence that best fits the situation. Follow the example:
We have a cat.
A. Our cat is black.
B. Their cat is black.
C. My cat is white.
1)
The boy has a sister.
A. Her sister is three months old.
B. Their sister is one year old.
C. His sister is eight weeks old.
2)
The man has a sandwich.
A. He is eating his sandwich.
B. They are eating her sandwich.
C. She is eating his sandwich.
3)
The husband and wife have a house.
A. His house is blue.
B. Their house is yellow.
C. Our house is red.
4)
I have three flowers.
A. Their flowers are purple.
B. Our flowers are blue.
C. My flowers are white.
5)
The girls have books.
A. Their books are green.
B. Her books are red.
C. His books are orange.
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Unit 3, Lesson 2, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Number the sentences in a logical order from 1–6. Follow the example:
3
Thank you.
Hello.
Welcome to Italy.
Where are you from?
I’m from Japan.
Hello.
Section 2. Match the question to the answer. Follow the example:
Where do you live?
a. I work in a hotel.
1) Where do you work?
b. I am from Russia.
2) When do you work?
c. I am working with my friend.
3) Where are you from?
d. I work on Sunday and Saturday.
4) Who are you working with?
e. I am eighteen years old.
5) How old are you?
f. My baby is nine months old.
6) How old is your baby?
g. I live in this house.
Section 3. Unscramble the sentences. Follow the example:
tree is a winter in This the
1) bread The good tastes
2) our house to Welcome
3) women tasting are The the rice
4) bad tastes The fish
5) game playing a They’re
6) with friend his boy The swimming is
7) running They’re their with dogs
This is a tree in the winter.
Section 4. Write sentences about what you do on the following days. Follow the example:
Today is Monday.
I’m working.
1) Today is Saturday.
2) Today is Friday.
3) Today is Sunday.
4) Today is Wednesday.
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Unit 3, Lesson 2, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Circle the sentence that best matches the picture.
1)
A. The bread tastes good.
B. The bread smells good.
C. The bread is tasting good.
D. The bread is smelling good.
2)
A. The girl smells bad.
3)
B. The fish tastes bad.
C. The girl is tasting the fish. D. The fish smells bad.
A. The man is tasting the milk.
B. The milk tastes good.
C. The milk is smelling good.
D. The man is smelling the milk.
Section 2. Use phrases and sentences in the text box to describe the pictures.
Not all the items will be used. Follow the example:
His foot is in the grass.
His fingers are in the grass.
four fingers
ten fingers
Her hands are on the window.
His toes are in the water.
three hands
three hands
four hands
ten toes
five fingers
Her foot is on the window.
His hands are in the water.
1)
4)
A. They’re tasting good.
B. The rice smells good.
C. She’s tasting the rice.
D. The rice tastes good.
2)
3)
Section 3. Fill in the blanks to write sentences about the pictures. Follow the example:
This is a park
in the spring.
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1)
street
a
2)
. tree
a
.
3)
house
my
.
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Unit 3, Lesson 2, Quiz
Section 1. Circle the correct word to complete the sentence based on the picture.
( months / days ) old.
1)
He is eighteen
2)
( I’m / We’re )
3)
( Welcome / Hello )
4)
The apple
playing a game.
to our
( restaurant / hotel )!
( smells / tastes ) ( bad / good ).
Section 2. Fill in the blank with a word from the text box.
her this my our these his their
1) I’m visiting
grandfather.
3) The women are having dinner with
5) We’re cooking with
7)
2) The boy is watching television with
children. 4) guests.
sister.
are my friends.
6) The girl is playing with
cat.
is my house in the summer.
Section 3. Complete the question for the response provided. Follow the example:
Where do you
work? I work in a hotel.
1) work? I work on Monday and Wednesday.
2) live? We live in an apartment.
3) doing? I’m visiting my friend.
4) with? I’m playing a game with my sister.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 3, Lesson 3, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Write the name of a country where the language is spoken. Follow the example:
United States/Australia
English 1) Chinese 2) Russian 3) Arabic
Section 2. Write the number. Follow the example:
seventeen
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1) twenty-eight
2) thirty-nine
3) twelve
4) sixty-four
5) fifty-five
6) forty-seven
7) nineteen
8) twenty-three
9) sixty-two
Section 3. Complete the lists for each category. Follow the example:
person
woman
animal
1)
1)
2)
2)
3)
3)
dog
Section 4. Write the plural of the words provided. Follow the example:
woman
women
1) horse
2) animal
3) person
4) cat
5) man
6) shoe
7) child
8) fish
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Unit 3, Lesson 3, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Read each sentence. If the underlined part is correct, mark 3 on the line. If it is incorrect, rewrite the correct
sentence. Follow the examples:
He is playing outside.
3
They is eating bread.
They are eating bread.
1) These is an animal.
2) The woman is speaking Chinese. 3) Does you speak Russian?
4) I don’t speak Arabic.
5) We have thirty-four bowls.
6) There is twenty-six plates.
7) I’m study English.
8) He is teaching Arabic.
Section 2. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence.
1)
3)
5)
7)
( He / He’s ) speaking Russian.
( I / I’m ) speak Russian.
I ( does not / don’t ) speak Chinese.
The doctor does not ( speak / speaking ) Russian.
2) 4) 6) 8) ( She / She’s ) reading Arabic.
The girl ( do not / does not ) speak English.
He’s ( read / reading ) Chinese.
( Do / Are ) you speak English?
Section 3. Answer the questions using the information in parentheses. Follow the example:
How old are you? (34)
1) Do you speak Russian? (no)
2) Is he studying English? (yes)
3) How old is he? (56)
4) Are you teaching Chinese? (yes)
I am thirty-four years old.
5) Who is your teacher? (Mr. Haddad)
6) How many books do we have? (25)
7) How many people are there? (63) 62
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Unit 3, Lesson 3, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Fill in the blank with only one appropriate word. There may be more than one possible answer. Follow the example:
I
Do you speak Arabic? Yes,
1) The woman is from China.
speak Arabic.
speaks Chinese.
2) Are you studying Russian? No.
not studying Russian.
3) Who is your teacher?
teacher is Ms. Simpson.
4) How old is the man?
thirty-six years old.
5) The girl speaks English, but
studying Russian.
6) Do you speak Chinese? No. I
speak Chinese.
7) This is my teacher.
8) Are
name is Mr. Popov.
studying Arabic? No. We’re not studying Arabic.
9) This animal is from Australia.
does not speak English.
Section 2. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence.
1)
3)
5)
( This / These ) is an animal.
( This / These ) are animals.
( This / These ) are people.
2)
4)
6)
( These / This ) children speak Russian.
( This / These ) animals are from China.
( This / These ) man is from Japan.
Section 3. Fill in the blank with a word from the text box to make the most logical sentence. Follow the example:
how English he’s don’t
does the United States excuse Chinese
This girl is from Australia. 1) He’s from China, but he doesn’t
English
She speaks
. speak
.
2) Where are you from? I am from
4) My friends
speak English.
6) He is from the United States. He
not speak Chinese.
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3) me, do you speak Russian?
5) studying Arabic.
7) many chairs are there?
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Unit 3, Lesson 3, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Write about the pictures. Follow the example:
This woman is from
China. She is writing
Chinese.
1)
man
Egypt.
.
2)
girl
Russia.
speaking
3)
the United States.
. is
.
Section 2. Complete the dialogues based on the pictures.
1) How old
?
3) How
2) How old
?
years old.
we
plates
?
We
plates. 4) How
years old.
bowls
?
There
bowls.
Section 3. Fill in the missing letters to write the number shown. Follow the example:
w
22
t
2) 44
f
r
4) 53
f
ft
64
e
n
t
y
-
-
t w
o 1) 67
ur 3) 38
ree 5) 19
ix
irtynet
ve
gh
n
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Unit 3, Lesson 3, Quiz
Section 1. Complete the sentences based on the pictures. Follow the example:
This woman is from
China . She
speaks Chinese .
1) People from
speak
.
2) This man is from
. He
speaks
.
3) This boy is from
. He
speaks
.
Section 2. Circle the sentence that best describes the picture.
1) a.He’s teaching
Arabic.
b.He’s studying
English.
2) a.She’s teaching
the boys English.
b.She’s teaching
the girls Chinese.
3) a.I’m studying
Russian.
b.We’re studying
Russian.
4) a.He’s teaching the
boys English.
b.He’s reading the
boys English.
Section 3. Match the pictures to the phrases or words. Follow the example:
A. thirty-five years old
1)
B. twenty-five plates
3)
C. forty-five bowls
D. thirty-seven plates
2)
4)
E. twenty cups
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 3, Lesson 4, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Put the items into the correct rooms. Follow the example:
pillow
toothbrush
soap
brush
blanket
toothpaste
towel
sheets
sink
bed
toilet
bedroom
bathroom
bed
toilet
Section 2. Match the activity to the item that is usually used for the activity. Follow the example:
1) sleeping
a. soap
2) washing
b. brush
3) brushing my teeth
c. book
4) reading
d. car
5) brushing my hair
e. toothbrush
6) driving
f. pillow
Section 3. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word from the text box to complete each sentence logically. Follow the example:
sick tired dry hungry dirty thirsty clean wet
The boy isn’t running because he’s
tired
.
1) My friend is in the hospital because she’s .
2) I’m washing my hands because they’re
.
3) I’m cold because my sweater is
.
4) The towel is not wet. It is
.
5) He’s eating because he’s
.
6) They’re drinking water because they’re
.
7) The T-shirt smells good because it is
.
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Unit 3, Lesson 4, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentences.
1) The girl is brushing
( her / she ) hair.
3) The boys are brushing
5) I’m waking up
2) He is washing
( their / they’re ) teeth.
( I / my ) friend.
7) You are waking up
( he / his ) face.
4) The mother is washing
6) We are washing
( your / you ) baby.
( her / she’s ) sweater.
( our / we’re ) hands.
8) We are waking up
( their / our ) son.
Section 2. Fill in the blank with an appropriate word to make a logical sentence. Follow the example:
brush
He’s brushing his hair with a .
1) They’re washing their hands with 2) I’m brushing my teeth with a .
.
3) The man is sleeping on the bed with a 4) The father is brushing his teeth with .
.
Section 3. Match the question to the most logical answer. Follow the example:
Why are the people in the kitchen?
H
1) Why are they washing their hands?
2) Where is Mom?
3) Why is Dad in the bedroom?
4) Where are the children?
5) Why are you washing the cup?
A. He’s reading in the living room.
B. Because they’re dirty.
C. Because it is dirty.
D. Because she’s sick.
E. She’s in the bathroom.
F. Because they’re cold.
6) Why is your sister in the hospital?
G. Because he’s sleeping.
7) How many cups are you washing?
H. Because they’re cooking.
8) Why are they wearing sweaters?
9) What is the boy doing in the living room?
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I. They’re playing outside.
J. I’m washing six cups.
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Unit 3, Lesson 4, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Choose a word or phrase from each column to make a logical sentence. Write the sentences on the lines provided.
There may be more than one possible combination. Follow the example:
The man
brushing
in the kitchen.
We’re
is cooking
because they are dirty.
They’re
are watching television
my hair.
I’m
washing the plates
in the bedroom.
The people
is sleeping
our hair.
The woman
smells good
because it is clean.
The towel
washing
in the living room.
The man is cooking in the kitchen.
1)
2) 3)
4) 5)
6) Section 2. Talk about what you do before, after, or during the situations below. Follow the example:
I drink coffee
after dinner.
1) before breakfast.
2) after lunch.
3) in the morning.
4) in the evening.
5) in the afternoon.
6) on Saturday.
Section 3. Answer the questions below, providing a logical reason. Follow the example:
Why are you wearing a T-shirt?
1) Why is the man drinking coffee?
2) Why is the boy sleeping?
Because I’m hot.
3) Why are they wearing coats and hats? 4) Why is the girl washing her hands?
5) Why is the woman in the kitchen?
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Unit 3, Lesson 4, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Complete the sentences about the pictures. Follow the example:
are
The horses
3)
daughter.
dry
up
.
1) The
4)
hair.
Section 2. Match the picture to the sentence. Follow the example:
1)
a. The pink sheet is clean.
b. The cat is on the pillow.
2)
c. The pillow is under the sheet.
3)
d. The towel is in the bathroom.
4)
. 2) Her
e. The pink blanket is on the bed.
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f. The girl is under the blanket.
my
.
Section 3. Circle the correct answer. Follow the example:
1)
2)
3)
5)
5)
.
( Their / They’re ) washing
( their / they’re ) hands
with ( soap / toothpaste ).
( She’s / She ) brushing
( she’s / her ) hair with
a ( brush / toothpaste ).
( His / He’s ) brushing
( he’s / his ) teeth with
a ( brush / toothbrush ).
( His / He’s ) waking up
( his / her )
( wife / husband ).
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Unit 3, Lesson 4, Quiz
Section 1. Complete the sentences and fill in the crossword puzzle. Follow the example:
1
C O L D
2
5
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
ACROSS
2 Why are you wearing a sweater? Because
I’m cold .
dinner.
5 I drink coffee
his hair.
7 He’s
with a tooth9 He’s brushing his
brush and toothpaste.
is Grandma? She’s in the living
11
room.
is on the bed.
12 The
is on the bed.
16 The
.
17 I’m brushing my teeth with a
washing their plates.
18
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1 Why does the sheet smell good? Because
it is
.
car.
3 The woman is washing
flowers are you buying?
4 How
I’m buying five flowers.
6 The children are washing
hands.
are you in the kitchen?
7
is in the bathroom.
8 The
.
10 I’m washing my hands with
up her brother.
13 The girl is
it is dirty.
14 I’m washing my face
15 Why does the dog smell bad? Because it
is
.
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 4, Lesson 1, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Put the word in parentheses in the correct position in the sentence. Follow the example:
The
1)
white
house
is
old
I’m
buying
a
umbrella. (new)
2)
The
car
3)
She’s
4)
They’re
5)
My
umbrella
is
6)
I’m
reading
an
is
selling
. (white)
new
an
shopping
. (blue)
car
at the
. (old)
store
. (hardware)
broken. (new)
book. (old)
Section 2. Put a or an where necessary. Some answer lines will be left blank. Follow the examples:
an
new glasses
umbrella
1)
chocolate
2)
broken plates
3)
old car
4)
medicine
5)
meat
6)
fruit
7)
money
8)
ticket
9)
blue sunglasses
10)
ladder
Section 3. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence.
1)
have meat?
A. You do
B. You are
C. Do you
2)
I
A. need
B. am
C. needs
4)
buying fruit.
A. They’re
B. They
C. Their
5)
He
cars.
A. sell
B. am selling
C. sells
7)
8)
do you need a phone?
A. Where
B. Why
C. How
He has an
A. new
B. old
C. broken
car.
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a ticket.
3)
She
A. is
B. has
C. have
6)
She wants a
A. book
B. money
C. umbrella
the keys.
.
9)
is the bakery?
A. Why
B. Who
C. Where
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Unit 4, Lesson 1, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Write the name of the store where you can buy each item. Use the words from the text box. Some words may be
used more than once. Follow the example:
grocery store bookstore
hardware store
bakery
jewelry store pharmacy
an apple grocery store
1) medicine
2) fruit
3) a book
4) a cake 5) a ladder 6) jewelry
7) bread
8) vegetables 9) meat
Section 2. Read the following situations and decide what each person needs or wants. Follow the example:
The man is wet. He needs
a towel
.
1) The girl is hungry. She wants
.
2) I am cold. I want
.
3) The woman is sick. She needs
.
4) His hands are dirty. He needs
.
5) The boy is hot. He wants
.
6) You are thirsty. You want
.
Section 3. Fill in the blanks to make complete and logical sentences. Follow the example:
I’m shopping at a
1) He’s buying
2) She’s selling
3) I’m buying
4) You’re buying
5) He’s selling
6) They’re buying
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grocery store
.
at the grocery store.
at the hardware store.
at the bakery.
at the jewelry store.
at the pharmacy.
at the bookstore.
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Unit 4, Lesson 1, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Circle the sentence that best describes the picture.
1) A. He sells money.
B. He needs money.
C. He has money.
2) A. She has an umbrella.
3) A. I need sunglasses.
B. She needs an umbrella.
B. I have sunglasses.
C. She is buying an umbrella. C. I’m selling sunglasses.
4) A. He’s buying an old car.
B. He’s selling a new car.
C. He has an old car.
5) A. She’s selling fruit at the grocery store.
B. She’s shopping at a grocery store.
C. She’s buying fruit at a grocery store.
Section 2. Circle the correct answers in parentheses.
1)
2)
( She’s / She / Her ) ( buying / selling / sells) a cake at the
( pharmacy / bakery / hardware store ).
( They / Their / They’re ) ( selling / sells / buying ) ( bread / fruit / vegetables )
at the grocery store.
3)
( We / We’re / Our ) selling jewelry at the
( jewelry store / hardware store / bookstore. ).
Section 3. Complete the dialogue based on the pictures.
1) I
a new umbrella.
2)
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you
a new umbrella?
3)
umbrella is
old
.
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Unit 4, Lesson 1, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Match the sentence to the picture. Follow the example:
My television is broken.
D
1) The dog wants meat.
A.
2) The man needs glasses.
B.
C.
D.
E.
G.
H.
3) This store sells new jewelry.
4) He needs medicine, but he doesn’t want it.
5) My glasses are broken.
6) She wants cake.
F.
7) She needs a coat.
Section 2. Complete the sentences based on the pictures.
1) She
2) I
( want / wants ) jewelry,
but I ( don’t / doesn’t )
need it.
( need / needs )
glasses, but she ( doesn’t /
don’t ) want them.
3) The boy
but he
,
it.
Section 3. Look at the pictures and answer the questions.
1) What are you buying?
and
.
2) What you are buying?
and
.
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Unit 4, Lesson 1, Quiz
Section 1. Put the conversation in order. Number the sentences from 1–6. Follow the example:
Why do you need medicine?
1
Excuse me. Where is the pharmacy?
What do you need?
I need medicine.
The pharmacy is near the bookstore.
Because my son is sick.
Section 2. Look at the pictures and write the questions for the given responses. Follow the example:
Do you need money?
Yes. I need money.
1) ?
I’m buying meat and vegetables.
3) ?
No. This is the bookstore. The
pharmacy is on Elm Street.
2) ?
?
The bookstore is near the park.
Section 3. Answer the questions based on the pictures. Follow the example:
What are they doing?
1) What is she buying?
They’re buying vegetables at the grocery store.
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2) Where is the
pharmacy?
3) Why do you need
a new ladder?
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Unit 4, Lesson 2, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Circle the word that does not belong in the group. Follow the example:
shirt
1) tea
2) radio
3) euros
4) soccer
socks
bread
concert
dollars
tennis
cake juice
play
glasses
golf
skirt
coffee
movie
pounds
meat
Section 2. Match the actions on the left to the words on the right. Follow the example:
tea
a play
carrots
soccer
tennis
a movie
oranges
juice
golf
playing
drinking
watching
eating
Section 3. Circle the correct answer to complete the sentence.
1) What do you like to
2) I like to
( do / doing )
( play / playing )
?
golf.
3)
( Which / Who )
animal is big? The horse is big.
4)
( Which / Who )
is wearing a blue skirt? The woman is wearing a blue skirt.
5)
( Which / Who )
ball is big? The white ball is big.
6) The concert ticket
7)
( Who / How )
( cost / costs )
sixty euros.
much does the sandwich cost?
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Unit 4, Lesson 2, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Circle the correct answer to make a true sentence about yourself.
1) I
( like / don’t like) to play tennis.
2) I
( like / don’t like ) to read.
3) I
( like / don’t like) to cook.
4) I
( like / don’t like ) carrots.
5) I
( like / don’t like ) tea.
6) I
( like / don’t like ) dogs.
7) I
( like / don’t like ) golf.
8) I
( like / don’t like ) chocolate.
9) I
( like / don’t like) to listen to the radio.
10)I
( like / don’t like ) rice.
Section 2. Fill in the blanks with a word or phrase from the text box.
costs
cost
how more than which
playing play her
what
does
1) How much
the sandwich cost?
3) The sunglasses
2) I like to
fifty dollars.
5) The woman has more flowers than
soccer.
4) I like coffee
friend.
6)
tea.
do you like to do?
7)
much do the shoes cost?
8) The children are
9)
dress do you like more?
10)The book
in the park.
twelve dollars.
Section 3. Write the words under the amounts shown. Follow the example:
3)
80
$15
fifteen dollars
£32
1)
€20
4)
2)
£26
$60
5)
€12
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Unit 4, Lesson 2, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Complete the sentences with more or less. Follow the example:
The boy has six oranges. His mother has 3 oranges.
The boy has more oranges than his mother.
1) The wife has fifteen dollars. Her husband has twenty dollars.
The wife has
money than her husband.
2) The girl has two balls. Her brother has one ball.
The girl has
balls than her brother.
3) The police officer likes coffee. He doesn’t like tea.
The police officer likes coffee
than tea.
Section 2. Circle the sentence that best describes the picture.
1)
A. The girl has more
oranges than her mother.
B. The mother has more
oranges than her daughter.
3)
A. The man has less
tea than his wife.
B. The man has more
tea than his wife.
2)
A. The student has more
books than her teacher.
B. The teacher has more
books than his student.
Section 3. Unscramble words in parentheses to complete the sentence based on the picture.
1) Which dress do you like more? I like (red the dress than more dress
white the)
2) Which (like shoes you do more)? I like the green shoes more than
the blue shoes.
3) Which car do you like more? I like (car new old more the the than car)
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.
.
.
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Unit 4, Lesson 2, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Look at the two items and decide which you like more. Complete the sentence. Follow the example:
coffee
tea
I like 1) blue
yellow
I like 2) rice bread
I like 3) cats
dogs
I like 4) soccer
tennis
I like 5) chocolate
carrots
I like tea more than coffee
Section 2. Complete the sentences based on the pictures. Follow the example:
3)
The girl likes
horses.
1)
tea.
2)
oranges.
tennis.
4)
juice.
5)
golf.
Section 3. Complete the dialogue based on the pictures.
1)
How much does the orange juice cost?
2)
How much does a concert ticket cost?
3)
How much does a sandwich cost?
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Unit 4, Lesson 2, Quiz
Section 1. Look at the pictures. Write sentences using more than and less than to talk about 2 items. You may use items more
than once. Follow the example:
The book costs more than the orange juice.
1) 2)
3) 4)
5) Section 2. Circle the question that best fits the response.
1)
? This fruit is yellow.
A. Which fruit is yellow?
B. Who is eating fruit?
2)
? The man is playing soccer.
A. Which man is tall?
B. Who is playing soccer?
3)
? I like the red shirt more.
A. Which shirt do you like more?
B. How much is the red shirt?
4)
? The brown animal is small.
A. Who is small?
B. Which animal is small?
Section 3. Fill in the missing sentences of the dialogue.
What do you like to do?
1)
2)
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Which shoes do you like?
How much do they cost?
3)
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Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
Unit 4, Lesson 3, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Match each word to its opposite. Follow the example:
black
a. young
1) bigger
b. slow
2) expensive
c. light
3) fast
d. smaller
4) heavy
e. white
5) old
f. inexpensive
Section 2. Write what each item is made of using the words from the text box. Some words may be used more than once. There
may be more than one answer possible. Follow the example:
paper plastic wood metal
A credit card is made of
plastic
1) A book is made of
2) Coins are made of
3) A ticket is made of
4) A table is made of
6) Keys are made of
5) A newspaper is made of 7) A chair is made of
Section 3. Circle the most logical word to complete the sentence.
1) A car is
( faster / slower ) than a bicycle.
2) A horse is
( smaller / bigger ) than a dog.
3) The boy is
( older / younger ) than his grandfather.
4) A pillow is
( lighter / heavier ) than a bed.
5) A desktop computer is
( bigger / smaller ) than a laptop.
6) A chair is
( lighter / heavier ) than a toothbrush.
7) A baby is
( older / younger ) than a mother.
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Unit 4, Lesson 3, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Look at the picture and write a sentence using the words from the text box. Follow the example:
table
jewelry
light
cheap fast
heavy expensive sheet dress
slow
The table is heavy.
3)
1)
2)
4)
5)
Section 2. Match the picture to the sentence.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
B. It is made of plastic.
E. It is fast.
C. These are fast.
F. It is made of metal.
A. It is expensive. D. It is light.
Section 3. Write the missing sentence in the series. Follow the example:
The house is big.
This house is bigger.
1) He has some cake.
He has the most cake.
2)
My daughter is younger.
3) The jewelry is expensive.
This jewelry is more expensive.
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This house is the biggest.
My daughter is the youngest.
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Unit 4, Lesson 3, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Circle the picture that best matches the sentence.
1) This house is the biggest. 2) He has the most apples.
3) She has the most books.
4) This jewelry is the most expensive.
Section 2. Put the words in order to make a sentence. Follow the example:
bowl light plastic A is
1) apartment My your bigger is than apartment
2) has He the pens most
3) girl some cake The has
4) metal made is of This bed
5) is plate paper This inexpensive most the
A plastic bowl is light.
6) heavier wood than table plastic is the The table Rosetta Stone® Workbook – English (American) Level 1
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—›
Unit 4, Lesson 3, Worksheet 4
—›
Find your way out of the maze by connecting the words horizontally —› or vertically to make the sentences about the pictures.
When you complete the sentence, look at the next picture for information about the next sentence. You may only use a square
once. Continue until you reach the end. Follow the example:
—›
—›
Start
I
have
computer
is
baby
man
has
yellow
My
smaller
The
young
blue
face
old
hair.
We
bed
wooden
bowl
table.
a
———›
——————›
———›
———›
I
than
paper
credit
cash.
your
inexpensive.
computer. is
———›
want
to
pay
with
more
She
is
These
fast.
are
is
made
His
books
ladder
This
are
heavier.
He
has
much
some
cake.
of
slow
car
She
This
metal.
has
the
cake.
most
This
sheet
is
red
dirty
light.
—›
End
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Unit 4, Lesson 3, Quiz
Section 1. Write three sentences about the information. Follow the example:
Mei: 6 books
Sarah: 3 books
John: 8 books
Sarah has some books. Mei has more books. John has the most books.
1) blue camera: $200
red camera: $150
black camera: $75
2) Nancy: 15 years old
Mike: 8 years old
Pierre: 12 years old
3) the man: 9 pens
the woman: 2 pens
the girl: 5 pens
4) a paper cup: lightest
a metal bowl: lighter
a plastic table: light
Section 2. Look at each picture and read the sentence. If the sentence is correct, put a 3 on the line. If the sentence is
incorrect, rewrite it to correct the information. Follow the example:
This chair is made of wood.
1) They’re paying with a check.
This chair is made of plastic. 3) Her books are heavier than his books.
2) This table is heavy.
4) The animal is slow.
Section 3. Write the opposite to the word provided. Follow the example:
black
white
1) heavy
2) youngest
3) inexpensive
4) smallest
5) slow
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Unit 4, Lesson 4, Worksheet 1
Section 1. Complete the sentences with the same or different based on the pictures. Follow the example:
The pens are
the same .
3) These hats are
color.
1) These coins are
.
2) These ties are
.
4) These cups are
sizes.
5) These towels are
size but
colors.
Section 2. Fill in the missing sentences. Use less, least, some, most. Follow the example:
He has some money.
She has less money
1) The man has some rice.
She has less rice.
2) The woman has some fruit.
3) .
.
.
.
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The girl has more fruit than the boy.
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Unit 4, Lesson 4, Worksheet 2
Section 1. Answer the question by choosing the correct picture. Follow the example:
Which jeans are too big?
A
1) Which shoes fit?
2) Which shoes are too big?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
3) Which jeans are too small?
4) Which shoes are too small?
5) Which jeans fit?
Section 2. Answer the questions based on the pictures. Follow the example:
Does the shirt fit?
1)
Does the dress fit?
2)
Do the glasses fit?
3)
Does the hat fit? 4)
Does the coat fit? 92
No. It’s too big.
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Unit 4, Lesson 4, Worksheet 3
Section 1. Circle the sentence that best matches the picture.
1) A. The window is open.
B. The door is open.
C. The window is closed.
2) A. The bookstore is closed.
B. The jewelry store is open.
C. The grocery store is open.
3) A. The book is closed.
B. The book is open.
C. The bakery is closed.
4) A. The window is closed.
B. The door is open.
C. The window is open.
5) A. The bookstore is closed.
B. The bakery is closed.
C. The pharmacy is open.
6) A. The toy store is closed.
B. The pharmacy is open.
C. The bookstore is open.
Section 2. Answer the question using the information provided in pictures. Follow the example:
I like the red dress more.
Which dress do you like more? 1)
Which dress do you like the most? 2)
Which toys do you like? 3)
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Unit 4, Lesson 4, Worksheet 4
Section 1. Write the questions to complete the dialogue.
color
I want the biggest cake.
I want a blue cake.
?
size
?
It costs twenty-five dollars.
?
Section 2. Find the mistake and rewrite the sentence correctly. Follow the example:
These hats are the same.
1)
This chair is too big.
2)
This dress is too big.
3)
None of the children are sitting. 4)
The window is closed.
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These hats are different.
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Unit 4, Lesson 4, Quiz
Section 1. Write a sentence to describe each picture. Follow the example:
These pens are the same.
3)
1)
2)
4)
5)
Section 2. Unscramble the sentence.
1)
3)
the size colors different
same towels These are but
same phones These color
sizes but different are the
2)
4)
sizes different but color
same the are coins The
shirts colors Our are size
different but the same
Section 3. Match the sentence to the picture.
1)
2)
A. The door is open.
B. The jewelry store is open.
C. The window is open.
3)
4)
D. The pharmacy is closed.
E. The door is closed.
F. The toy store is closed.
5)
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