Lesson 20: Animals

DIALOGUE

Practice by reading the dialogue with your tutor. After you are done, switch roles and do it again! 📘

  • K: Do you like animals? 📘
  • D: Yes, I like animals. 📘
  • K: What animals do you like? 📘
  • D: I like dogs, cats, and horses. 📘
  • K: I have two dogs. 📘

 

 

NEW SKILL

Singular and plural nouns. 📘

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Using have, has, and had. 📘

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Sample Sentences:

  • I have two cats.
  • She has a dog.
  • He has sheep.
  • You have a horse.
  • They have rabbits.
  • We have three mice.
  • The farmer had five cows last year.

 

VOCABULARY

Farm Animals 📘

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EXERCISE

Fill in the blank with the correct plural noun. 📘

  • The plural of fox is foxes.
  • The plural of cat is _____.
  • The plural of sheep is  _____.
  • The plural of mouse is _____.
  • The plural of horse is______.

 

Change the following sentences from plural to singular. 📘

  • She has two dogs. She has a dog. or She has one dog.
  • They have two fish. ______________________.
  • He has three pigs. _______________________.
  • You have monkeys. ______________________.
  • You and I have camels. ___________________

 

Fill in the blank with have, has, or had. 📘

  • I have a cow.
  • She _____ a rabbit.
  • Last year we ____ cows.
  • A cat ____ two ears.
  • Dorothy and Kevin _____ dogs.

 

 

 

Fill in the blank with have, has, or had and the correct singular or plural animal. 📘

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Discussion Questions

  • Do you have any animals?
  • What animals do you like?
  • What animals are you afraid of?
  • What animals are common in your country?

 

(Image Source: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/farm-animal-word-mat-6143792)

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