DIALOGUE
Practice by reading the dialogue with your tutor. After you are done, switch roles and do it again! ðŸ“˜
 K: How many apples do you have?
 D: There are five apples. It is enough to make a pie.
 K: I prefer banana pie.Â
 D: Sorry, I don’t know how to make banana pie.
NEW SKILL
Review how to use “there is” and “there are.”Â ðŸ“˜
Examples:
 There is one banana.
 There are five lemons.
 How many peaches are there?
 How many coconuts do you have?
VOCABULARY
Go over the vocabulary and below with your tutor. ðŸ“˜
EXERCISE
Name the fruit in the picture. It is a/an _______. ðŸ“˜
 It is an orange.

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Fill in the blank with “there is” or “there are.”Â ðŸ“˜
 How many bananas are there? There are eight bananas.
 How many pineapples are there? Â ________ one pineapple.
 How many apples are there? ________ four apples.
 How many strawberries are there? ________ seven strawberries.
 How many coconuts are there? ________ one coconut.
Discussion Questions
 What is your favorite fruit?
 How would you describe your favorite fruit?
 What fruits are popular in your country?
 What dishes can you make with fruit?