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  • 1. TIMESAVER Contents ACTIVITIES(ELEMENTARY) Verbs Have You Got the Basketball? 4 & 5 Have got English Families """""""""""""'" 6, 7 & 8 Have got Wild Animais in North America 9 Present simple The Pet Game """""""""""""""""""'" 10 Present simple (negative) After School """""""""""""""""""""" 11 Present simple Getting to Know Someone 12 Present simple (questions) ln Britain 13 Short answers: Yes, 1do / No, you don't Get Fit! 14 Present simple / present continuous Our World 15 Present Simple Bananas in Pyjamas 16 Imperatives When 1Grow Up 17 Going to The Crystal Bali """"""""""""""""""'" 18 Will The Future is in Your Hands 19 Will What Time...? 20 Present tense for future use The Marie Celeste 21 Was/were T/MESAVER GRAMMAR ACT/VIT/ES@ MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe Cookery Crossword 22 Past simple (regular verbs) Story Puzzle 23 Past simple (regular verbs) Yesterday at the Fair """"""""""""""" 24 Past simple (irregular verbs) The Hare and the Tortoise """""""""'" 25 Past Simple (irregular verbs) The Fishing Trip 26 Past simple (regular and irregular verbs) Earthquake! 27 Past simple / past continuous Find Someone Who """""""""""""""" 28 Present perfect Flags .29 Past participles Around Australia 30 &31 Question tags The Skiing Lesson """"""""""""""""" 32 Confusing verbs Don't Make a Mistake 33 Make Do Me a Favour 34 Do Rules 35 Must/mustn't English Class Rules 36 Must/mustn't Does Mike have to Cook Dinner? 37 Have to Lost at Sea """"""""""""""""""" 38 & 39 Want / need

2. What Should 1Do? 40 & 41 Should World of Animais Maze 42 & 43 Can: ability Snap! 44 & 45 Hear / listen and watch / look at . Time Expressions Birthdays 46 Future time expressions What Do Vou Do...? 47 When / while Truth and Lies 48 &49 Yet / already Questions Facts and Figures 50 How much? / How many? Who is the Most Polite? " 51 Can I? What Would Vou Like...? Do you like? / Would you like? 52 Class Survey 53 Who/whose -ing Penpals 54 Go + ing Do Vou like...? 55 Love /Iike 1don't like / hate + ing Where Do People...? 56 Where questions A Strange Letter 57 Be + ing Articles 1 Nouns Shopping for the Family 58 A / an These aren't my things 59 This / that / those / these A Sleepover 60 &61 A / some / any Charlotte's or Charles 62 's or s' Christmas Presents 63 Possessive pronouns Word Chain 64 &65 Compound nouns Double or Nothing 66 Plural nouns Adjectives and Adverbs Around the World 67 Nationalities California or Florida 68 &69 Comparative adjectives Good and Bad Habits 70 &71 Adverbs of frequency What Are They Doing? 72 Adverbs Who Lives the Most Dangerously? 73 Superlative adverbs Prepostitions Put Away the Shopping! 74 &75 Top / bottom / middle / right / left A Class Trip 76 Prepositions of place Multi-word Verbs Put Vour Clothes Away! 77 Multi-word verbs Give in your Homework, Please 78 Multi-word verbs (school) Help! 79 Multi-word verbs Word Order Beach Towel Mystery 80 &81 Friends 82 Conjunctions Classrooms 83 But There A Seaside Holiday 84 &85 There is / there are What Was There...? 86 &87 There is / there are and there was / there were Answers 88 ( T/MESAVER GRAMMAR ACT/VIT/ES@ MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTICINe D 3. T/MESAVERGRAMMARACT/V/TifS Have got ~Lk ~ Have You Got The Basketball? How to play . Thegame isfor 3 players. . Cutout the cards. . Putthe cardson the table and look at them for 5 minutes. . Mix the cardsup. . Theplayersstartwith4 cards each. Put the other 8 cardsin a pile face-down on the table. . Askquestionsand pick up cardsto find pairsfrom one of the sets: CIothes, Furniture, Sports, Transport or Food. The winner is the player with the most pairs of cards. Clothes cards . Jumper l :_~_J Furniture cards f--_n n n__n_---____------------ r 1 i bed i l n__n__nn J i shirt ! L n n_nn " ,---nn n---n nn n_---, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,. ,. ,, ,, ,, .. ,. ,, ., ., ,, ., ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, , 1 chair l '-__nn n_nn_n_nn n nJ Rules Look at your cards. You've got to find more cards from one of the sets. Player 1 picks up a card from the pile. If Player 1 has got a pair of cards, he puts the pair face-up on the table. Player 1 has got, for example, the sofa card (a Furniture card), Player 1 asks Player 2 or Player 3 for another Furniture card, for example, John, have you got the table card? Player 1 can only ask one player. If Player 2 or Player 3 has got the table card, Player 1 takes the card and puts the pair of cards (the table card and the sofa card ) face-up on the table. Then it is Player 2's turn. If Player 2 or Player 3 hasn't got the table card, the turn passes to Player 2. . . . . . . i trousers i l___n_nn n n_nj 1 sofa ! L nnn nn_n__nn J TlMESAVER GRAMMAR ACT/VIT/ES@ MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTICINe. f n h_n ,, , 1 1 ! !, , 1 l, , 1 l, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, , 1 l, ,, ,, ,, , 1 l, , 1 l, ,, ,, ,, , 1 l, , 1 l, , 1 1 1 l, ,, , 1 1 1 l, , 1 l, , 1 l, , 1 l, , 1 l, , ! !, , 1 l, ,, ,, ,, , : :, ,, ,, , : l, ,, ,, ,, , 1 gloves 1 L m h n_n hn J , n_n h__n__n___--------------- 1 table l '-n n n n J 4. T/MESAVERGRAMMARACT/VIT/ESHave got Sports cards tennis racket Transport cards ~ bicycle Food cards ~~; .~ " ;;;...1' - . sandwich skis ~ motorbike banana basketball car crisps ~LIi' ~ football bus chocolate ( nMESAVERGRAMMARACT/VinESCI>MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.AN IMPRINTOF SCHOLASTICINe. D 5. T/MESAVERGRAMMARACT/VIT/ESHave got English Families Play this game in small groups. How to play English Families . Cutout the cards. . Mixthe cards up. . Putthecards in a pile face-down on the table. . Eachplayerstarts with 4 cards. . Askquestionsand collectsets of Englishfamilycards. Mr Smith Mr Smith Mrs Smith Sara Smith Sam Smith Mrs Smith Mr Smith Mrs Smith Sara Smith Sam Smith Mr Vine Mr Vine Mrs Vine Vicky Vine Victor Vine Mrs Vine Mr Vine Mrs Vine Vicky Vine Victor Vine TIMESAVER GRAMMAR ACT/VIT/ES@ MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. ~~ ~ Rules . Collecta complete familyby askingquestions, for example, Haveyou 90t MrSmith? . Ifanotherplayerhasgot that card,the player answers Yes, 1have, and gives the card to the first player. . Ifno playershavegotthat card,the first player takes the card at the top of the pile and it's the next player's turn. . When a player has got a full family set (the mother, father, sister and brother), the player puts the set down and takes another turn. . Thewinneristhe playerwiththe most English families! " Sara Smith Mr Smith Mrs Smith Sara Smith Sam Smith Vicky Vine Mr Vine Mrs Vine Vicky Vine Victor Vine 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 Sam Smith Mr Smith Mrs Smith Sara Smith Sam Smith Victor Vine Mr Vine Mrs Vine Vicky Vine Victor Vine 6. T/MESAVERGRAMMARACT/VIT/ESHave got Mr Chapman Mr Chapman Mrs Chapman Cherie Chapman Charles Chapman Mr Sherman Mr Sherman Mrs Sherman Shelly Sherman Sean Sherman Mr Hurst Mr Hurst Mrs Hurst Heather Hurst Harry Hurst Mrs Chapman Mr Chapman Mrs Chapman Cherie Chapman Charles Chapman Mrs Sherman Mr Sherman Mrs Sherman Shelly Sherman Sean Sherman Mrs Hurst Mr Hurst Mrs Hurst Heather Hurst Harry Hurst Cherie Chapman Mr Chapman Mrs Chapman Cherie Chapman Charles Chapman Shelly Sherman Mr Sherman Mrs Sherman Shelly Sherman Sean Sherman Heather Hurst Mr Hurst Mrs Hurst Heather Hurst Harry Hurst ~LJi) ~ Charles Chapman Mr Chapman Mrs Chapman Cherie Chapman Charles Chapman Sean Sherman Mr Sherman Mrs Sherman Shelly Sherman Sean Sherman Harry HurstMr Hurst Mrs Hurst Heather Hurst Harry Hurst ( TIMESAVER GRAMMAR ACnVITIES e MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES,AN IMPRINTOF SCHOLASTICINe. D 7. T/MESAVERGRAMMARACT/V/TIESHave got Mr Richards Mr Richards Mrs Richards Rosa Richards Ricky Richards Mr Lawson Mr Lawson Mrs Lawson Louise Lawson Liam Lawson Mr West Mr West Mrs West Wendy West William West Mrs Richards Mr Richards Mrs Richards Rosa Richards Ricky Richards Mrs Lawson Mr Lawson Mrs Lawson Louise Lawson Liam Lawson ,: 1 Mrs West i i MrWest i i Mrs West i i Wendy West i ! William West i L_n_nn___mm_nn_n___m__nn_mn__mmmm_nJ Rosa Richards Mr Richards Mrs Richards Rosa Richards Ricky Richards Lmmmm_nm___m___mmmm m___m__mnJ Louise Lawson MrLawson Mrs Lawson Louise Lawson Liam Lawson i Wendy West ! i Mr West i i Mrs West i i Wendy West i i William West i Ln_n_n mmm n__nn__mmn_mn nmJ T/MESAVER GRAMMAR ACT/VIT/ES@ MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. ~~ ~ r-_mmn__mn n__mn__n__n_m__n__n_m, : :, ' i i ! i, ., ', ' : :, ', ' 1 ~ i i ,i i Ricky Richards ii Mr Richards i i Mrs Richards i i Rosa Richards i i Ricky Richards i L__nn_m__n_n nm__n n__n__mmJ i Liam Lawson i i Mr Lawson i i Mrs Lawson ! i Louise Lawson i, ' i Liam Lawson i lm__nmmnn n__n_n___mn n_m__mJ William West MrWest Mrs West Wendy West William West L_-mn--n_n__n_n nm__nmmn___m_n J 8. TlMESAVERGRAMMARACT/VIT/ESPresent simple OOP Wild Animais in North America Complete the texts. Write the verbs using the correct form of the present simple. Match texts 1 - 3 with the pictures A - C. Example: A lot of wild animais ~IY-~ (live) in north America. 0 Raccoons (1) ___mmm--mm (corne) from the forests of north America. The mother raccoon (2) mm- (have) four, five or six babies in spring. The babies (3) mm m-mm (not / can) see anything for about three weeks. They (4) mm_m_m (stay) with their parents for the first year. .The skunk also (5) m--mmmmm (/ive) in north America. The skunk (6) --m_mm--mm (have got) a bad smell and it (7)_mmmm_mm (use)the smellto fight other animaisand people.Theskunk'ssmell (8)--m mm__- (not / go away) easily or quickly! Skunks (9) --_m mm_m (eat) insects and other small animais. 8 Coyotes (10) m_mm (look) like wolves, but they (11) __m--_mmmm (be) different. Wolves usually (12) mmmmm (stay) with other wolves, but coyotes (13) _mm--m--mm (not /ike) company: they (14) ___m--mm (prefer)to be al