Answer the questions.
1. Where did George plan to have a picnic?
2. What food did George pack into his basket?
3. Why was the basket getting heavier all the time?
4. What food did George have for the rabbits (bears, monkeys)?
5. How did the friends get to the picnicking place?
6. What did the elephant eat?
1. George planned to go for a picnic by the river.
2. He packed a baskot with some sandwichos, cupcakes, and lemonaco.
3 Because George put there some more food.
4. George packed some carrots for the rabbits, three large jars of honey for the bears and two large bunches of bananas for the monkeys.
5. They rode on elephant's back.
6. All animals shared their food with the elephants.
Say who or what each underlined pronoun in the text of Ex. 2 stands for.
George was getting ready to go for a picnic by the river. He packed a basket with some sandwiches, cupcakes, and lemonade.
Answer: 'He' stands for the noun 'George'.
1. "He' stands for the noun "George". 2 "We stands for the noun "Mrs Rabbit ana her babies". 3. "We" stands for trie noun "George and the babbits". 4. "We" stands for the noun "bears". 5. "He" stands for the noun "George". 6. "I" stands for the noun "elephant". 7. "You" stands for the noun "George, rabbits, monkeys and bears" 8 "They" stands for the noun "George, rabbits, monkeys, bears and the elephant".
Look through the text and find the words with the following sounds:
/k/: picnic, .....
/s/: basket, .....
/Λ/: соmе, .....
/a:/: ask, .....
[k]: picnic, packed, basket, cupcakes, came, can, come, asked, course, carrots, quite, could, monkeys, carry, back.
[s]; basket, some, sandwiches, cupcakes, set, Mrs, said, asked, course, so, some, carrots, raboils, jars,
[Λ]: come, some, cupcakes, honey, somehow, bunches, much, wonoering, woncerlul.
[a:] ask, afternoon, basket, jars, large.
Find the examples of countable and uncountable nouns in the text.
Countable nouns: afternoon, ..... .
Uncountable nouns: lemonade, ..... .
Countable nouns: afternoon, picnic, river, basket, sandwiches, cupcakes, babies, carrots, rabbits, bears, jars, monkeys, bunches, elephant, back (спина).
Uncountable nouns: lomonade, honey, room (місце), food.
Choose the correct word to complete the sentences.
1. George was about to set off when Mrs. Rabbit and ..... babies came along, (his / her)
2. ".....'m going for a picnic," said George. (He / I)
3. George packed some ..... for the rabbits, (carrot / carrots)
4. The picnic basket ..... quite heavy, (was / were)
5. George packed three large ..... of honey for the bears, (jar / jars)
6. The basket was .... too heavy to carry, (much / many)
1. George was about to set off when Mrs. Rabbit and her babies came along, (his / her)
2. "I'm going for a picnic," said George. (He / I)
3. George packed some carrots for the rabbits, (carrot / carrots)
4. The picnic basket was quite heavy, (was / were)
5. George packed three large jars of honey for the bears, (jar / jars)
6. The basket was much too heavy to carry, (much / many)
Write about the day you went for a picnic. Say:
• when you went;
• who you went with;
• what foods you took with you;
• where you stayed;
• what you did there.
Last week I went for a picnic in the forest. I went there with my family and fiends. We took a lot of sancwiches with ham and cheese, tea, water, vegetables and fruit. We stayed near the forest lake. We played football, swam and ate.