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Exercise 1 *

pound weigh scale

a. Listen: kilogram. 1b
• Say kilogram. (Tap.) Kilogram.
Repeat step a until firm.

b. Here’s a new sentence: Scales show how h. Does this man weigh more than the woman
or less than the woman? (Tap.) More than the
much things weigh. woman.
• Say cale. (Tap.) Cale. man weighs more than the woman.
• Say scale. (Tap.) Scale.
Repeat step b until firm. i. Ask me: How much does he weigh? (Tap.)
How much does he weigh? He weighs 108
c. Listen: Scales show how much things weigh. kilograms.
• Say weigh. (Tap.) Weigh.
• Scales show how much things weigh. • How much does he weigh? (Tap.) 108 kilograms.
• Yes, he weighs 108 kilograms.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Scales show how much
Say the sentence about how much he weighs.
things weigh. (Tap.) He weighs 108 kilograms.
Repeat step c until firm. • Say the sentence about how much the woman
weighs. (Tap.) The woman weighs 56 kilograms.
1a
j. What is the man standing on? (Tap.) A scale.
d. Look at the picture. ✓ • Yes, the man is standing on a scale.

• This woman is standing on a scale. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man is standing on
• What is she standing on? (Tap.) A scale. a scale.
• The scale shows how much he weighs.
Say the sentence about what she is doing. • What does the scale show? (Tap.) How much
(Tap.) She is standing on a scale. he weighs.
e. Is she standing on the floor? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The scale shows how
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She is not standing on much he weighs.
the floor. Repeat steps h through j until firm.
• She is standing on a scale.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She is standing on Exercise 2 in love honeymoon
a scale.
f. The scale shows how much she weighs. a. Listen: Kasim and Utkarsh were friends.
• What does the scale show? (Tap.) How much Say the sentence. (Tap.) Kasim and Utkarsh were
she weighs.
Yes, the scale shows how much she weighs. friends.
Repeat steps d through f until firm.
b. Kasim and Pihu were boyfriend and girlfriend.
g. Ask me: How much does she weigh? (Tap.)
How much does she weigh? She weighs 56 • Pihu is a woman and Kasim is a man.
kilograms. • Who was the boyfriend? (Tap.) Kasim.
• Who was the girlfriend? (Tap.) Pihu.
• How much does she weigh? (Tap.) 56 c. Ask me: Were they in love? (Tap.) Were they in
kilograms. Say the sentence about how much
she weighs.(Tap.) She weighs 56 kilograms. love? Yes.

Repeat step g until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap.) They were in love.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

d. Do boyfriends and girlfriends get married Exercise 3 dentist
sometimes? (Tap.) Yes.
a. Listen: Daksh went to a doctor who fixes teeth.
• Yes, sometimes, boyfriends and girlfriends get • What kind of doctor did he go to? (Tap.)
married.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Sometimes, boyfriends A dentist.
and girlfriends get married. • Yes, he went to a dentist.

e. Ask me: Did Pihu and Kasim get married? Say the sentence. (Tap.) He went to a dentist.
(Tap.) Did Pihu and Kasim get married? b. Ask me: Did the dentist pull three teeth?

• Yes, Pihu and Kasim got married. (Tap.) Did the dentist pull three teeth? No, the
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Pihu and Kasim dentist did not pull three teeth.
got married. c. Ask me: How many teeth did the dentist pull?
(Tap.) How many teeth did the dentist pull? Zero.
Repeat steps d and e until firm. • Did the dentist pull any teeth? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence about the dentist. (Tap.) The
f. Ask me: What did they do after they got dentist did not pull any teeth.
married? (Tap.) What did they do after they Repeat steps a through c until firm.
got married?
d. Ask me: What did the dentist do? (Tap.) What
• They went on a honeymoon. did the dentist do? The dentist put in two fillings.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They went on a
honeymoon. • What did the dentist do? (Tap.) Put in two fillings.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The dentist put in two
g. Ask me: Where did they go on their fillings.
honeymoon? (Tap.) Where did they go on
their honeymoon? To Chennai. e. Ask me: Did the dentist do a lot of drilling?
(Tap.) Did the dentist do a lot of drilling? Yes.
• Where did they go? (Tap.) To Chennai.
h. Ask me: How long was their honeymoon? • Ask me: Did Don like the drilling? (Tap.) Did
Don like the drilling? No.
(Tap.) How long was their honeymoon? Two
weeks. Repeat steps d and e until firm.
• How long was their honeymoon? (Tap.) Two
weeks. 3
Say the sentence about their honeymoon.
(Tap.) Their honeymoon was two weeks. f. (Point to feather.) What is this? (Tap.) A feather.
i. And when they came back, the honeymoon • What kind of animals have feathers? (Tap.)
was over.
Repeat steps f through i until firm. Birds.
Yes, birds have feathers.
g. (Point to wallet.) What is this? (Tap.) A wallet.
• What do you see inside that wallet? (Tap.)
Money.
• Yes, there is money in the wallet.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) There is money in the
wallet.
h. (Point to peacock.) Is this a bird? (Tap.) Yes.
• Is this bird a chicken or a peacock? (Tap.)
A peacock.
• Yes, this bird is a peacock.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This bird is a peacock.
Repeat steps f through h until firm.

Exercise 4 often f. Who eats fish more often, Charu or Arnav?
(Tap.) Charu.
4 ofte n
• Say, more often. (Tap.) More often.
• Say: Charu eats fish more often than Arnav.

(Tap.) Charu eats fish more often than Arnav.
Repeat steps d through f until firm.

a. (Point to word often.) This word is often. g. (Point to car.) This row shows how many times
• Say often. (Tap.) Often. Charu and Arnav drive their car each month.
Repeat step a until firm.
• Charu drives her car 25 times each month.
b. (Point to woman.) This is a picture of Charu. Arnav drives his car four times each month.
• (Point to man.) This is a picture of Arnav.
• The numbers show how often Charu does • (Point to 25.) How often does Charu drive her
car each month? (Tap.) 25 times.
things and how often Arnav does things. Yes, Charu drives her car 25 times each month.
c. (Point to numbers in Charu column.) The
h. (Point to 4.) Does Arnav drive his car that
numbers under Charu's picture are the often? (Tap.) No.
numbers for Charu.
• (Point to numbers in Arnav column.) The • How often does Arnav drive his car each
numbers under Arnav's picture are the month? (Tap.) Four times.
numbers for Arnav.
• (Point to Charu's numbers.) Who are these • Yes, Arnav drives his car four times each
numbers for? (Tap.) Charu. month.
• (Point to Arnav's numbers.) Who are these Say the sentence. (Tap.) Arnav drives his car four
numbers for? (Tap.) Arnav. times each month.
Repeat steps b and c until firm.
• Who drives a car more often, Charu or Arnav?
d. (Run your finger along fish row.) The top row (Tap.) Charu.
shows how many times Charu and Arnav eat Say the sentence about Charu. (Tap.) Charu
fish each month. drives a car more often than Arnav.

• Listen: Charu eats fish 15 times each month. Repeat steps g and h until firm.
Arnav eats fish one time each month.
Exercise 5 PRISHA story
• (Point to number 15.) How often does Charu
eat fish each month? (Tap.) 15 times. a. You learned a sentence about Prisha.
Say the sentence about what Prisha dressed
• Yes, she eats fish 15 times each month. like and did. (Tap.) Prisha dressed like a
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She eats fish 15 times monster and scared her little brother.
each month.
• Did she want to scare her brother? (Tap.) Yes.
e. (Point to number 1.) How often does Arnav Yes, she wanted to scare her brother a little,
eat fish each month? (Tap.) One time. but not so much he would cry.

• Yes, Arnav eats fish one time each month. b. She wanted to scare her brother a little.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Arnav eats fish one Say the sentence. (Tap.) She wanted to scare her
time each month. brother a little.

• But she didn’t want to scare him so much he
would cry.

• Listen again: She didn’t want to scare him so
much he would cry.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She didn’t want to scare
him so much he would cry.

Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Did she scare him a little or a lot? (Tap.) A lot. 5
• (Call on a student.) What did he do when she
h. Does he feel better than he did when she
scared him? (Idea: Cried and ran away.) scared him? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, he cried and ran away.
• Yes, he feels a lot better than he felt earlier.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He cried Say the sentence. (Tap.) He feels a lot better
and ran away. than he felt earlier.
d. When Prisha saw how scared her brother was,
did she feel very sorry? (Tap.) Yes. Repeat step h until firm.
• How did she feel? (Tap.) Very sorry.
• Yes, she felt very sorry. Exercise 6 strong-weak
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She felt very sorry.
e. Was she happy about what happened? (Tap.) 6a strong weak
No.
• No, she was sorry about what she did. a. (Point to word strong.) This word is strong.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She was sorry about • Say strong. (Tap.) Strong.
what she did. Repeat step a until firm.
• Would she scare him like that again? (Tap.)
No. b. (Point to word weak.) This word is weak.
No, she would not do it again. • Say weak. (Tap.) Weak.
Repeat steps c through e until firm. Repeat step b until firm.

f. When she saw how scared her little brother c. Listen: The opposite of strong is weak.
was, she was sorry. • What’s the opposite of strong? (Tap.) Weak.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) When she saw how • What’s the opposite of weak? (Tap.) Strong.
scared her little brother was, she was sorry. d. Listen: The opposite of strong is weak.

• Did she feel happy? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The opposite of strong
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She did not feel happy. is weak.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
g. She tried to make her little brother feel better.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She tried to make her 6b
little brother feel better.
e. (Point to strong man.) This man is strong.
• She gave him some things he liked to eat. • What is this man? (Tap.) Strong.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She gave him some • (Point to weak man.) This man is the
things he liked to eat.
opposite of strong. This man is weak.
• She kissed him and told him she was sorry. • What is this man? (Tap.) Weak.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) She kissed him and
man is weak.
Repeat steps f and g until firm. • (Point to strong man.) Say the sentence about
this man. (Tap.) This man is strong.
Repeat step e until firm.

f. Listen: Which animal is stronger, an elephant Exercise 7 eat-ate drink-drank
or a horse? (Tap.) An elephant.
Say the sentence about an elephant. (Tap.) An a. Listen: For breakfast, they eat eggs and drink
elephant is stronger than a horse. coffee.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) For breakfast, they eat
• Which is weaker, an elephant or a horse? eggs and drink coffee.
(Tap.) A horse.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A horse is weaker than • Say the sentence about what they did. (Tap.)
an elephant. For breakfast, they ate eggs and drank coffee.

Repeat step f until firm. b. Listen: The boys eat almost all of the pie.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boys eat almost all
g. My turn: Who is stronger, a man who can pick of the pie.
up 45 kilograms or a man who can pick up 180
kilograms? A man who can pick up 180 kilograms. • Say the sentence that tells what the boys did.
(Tap.) The boys ate almost all of the pie.
• Say: A man who can pick up 180 kilograms.
(Tap.) A man who can pick up 180 kilograms. c. Did they eat all of the pie? (Tap.) No.
• Did they eat most of the pie? (Tap.) Yes.
• Say: A man who can pick up 226 kilograms.
(Tap.) A man who can pick up 226 kilograms. Say the sentence about what they did. (Tap.)
They ate most of the pie.
• Say: A woman who can pick up 226 kilograms. Repeat steps a through c until firm.
(Tap.) A woman who can pick up 226 kilograms.
Exercise 8 cost
h. Your turn: Who is stronger, a man who can
pick up 45 kilograms or a man who can pick a. Sanket and Saanvi were going for a long car ride.
up 180 kilograms? (Tap.) A man who can pick
up 180 kilograms. They were going to drive 700 kilometres.
Yes, a man who can pick up 180 kilograms is • Who was going to drive 700 kilometres?
stronger.
(Tap.) Sanket and Saanvi.
• Who is weaker, a man who can pick up 45 • How far were they going to drive? (Tap.) 700
kilograms or a man who can pick up 180
kilograms? (Tap.) A man who can pick up 45 kilometres.
kilograms. Say the sentence about what they were going
to do. (Tap.) They were going to drive 700km.
Repeat steps g and h until firm.
b. They were going to be driving for more than
i. What’s the opposite of weak fabric? (Tap.) a week.
Strong fabric.
• How much time was their drive going to take?
• What’s the opposite of a strong dog? (Tap.) (Tap.) More than a week.
A weak dog.
• Yes, their drive was going to take more than a
• What’s the opposite of a weak person? (Tap.) week.
A strong person. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Their drive was going to
take more than a week.
Repeat step i until firm.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Sanket did not have much money. Saanvi did not k. Then she said,“The food we buy should not
have much money. Before they started their cost more than 100 rupees.”
drive,Sanket said,“Do you think we have
enough money?” • Listen again: The food we buy should not cost
more than 100 rupees.
• What did he say? (Tap.) Do you think we have Say the sentence. (Tap.) The food we buy should
enough money? not cost more than 100 rupees.

d. Saanvi said,“I don’t know. I have 100 rupees.” Repeat steps j and k until firm.
• Sanket said,“I have 130 rupees.”
• How much did Saanvi have? (Tap.) 100 rupees. l. Then Sanket said,“We should have enough
• How much did Sanket have? (Tap.) 130 rupees. money for the drive.”
e. Turner said,“We will have to buy petrol.” They
• What did he say? (Tap.) We should have enough
talked about how much money they needed money for the drive.
for petrol.
• Then Sanket said,“our petrol should cost 65 m. So they went on the drive and they had a
rupees.” good time. The food they bought cost less
• What did he say? (Tap.) Our petrol should cost than 100 rupees.
65 rupees.
• Listen again: The food they bought cost less
f. “So we have enough money for petrol.” than 100 rupees.
• Saanvi said,“We will have to buy some food.” Say the sentence. (Tap.) The food they bought
• What did she say? (Tap.) We will have to buy cost less than 100 rupees.

some food. n. They had enough money.
Repeat steps c through f until firm. Repeat steps l through n until firm.

g. They talked about how much food would cost. Exercise 9 understand-understood
• Say cost. (Tap.) Cost.
• Cost is another word for price. a. Listen: At first, Avni did not understand
• What’s another word for price? (Tap.) Cost. instructions she read.
h. Listen: The cost of food is the price of food.
• What is the cost of food? (Tap.) The price of • Say, at first. (Tap.) At first.
• Say: At first, Avni did not understand. (Tap.)
food.
i. Listen: The cost of a car is the price of a car. At first, Avni did not understand.
• What is the cost of a car? (Tap.) The price of b. Then Avni learned to read english.

a car. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then Avni learned to
Repeat steps g through i until firm. read English.
• Then she understood the instructions she
should cost. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then she understood
Say that sentence. (Tap.) Sanket and Saanvi the instructions she read.
talked about how much food should cost. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

• Then Saanvi said,“We will take most of our
food with us.”

• What did she say? (Tap.) We will take most of
our food with us.

c. Ask the question: Does Avni understand all d. Raise your hand if you like carrots. ✓
the instructions she hears? (Tap.) Does Avni • Raise your hand if you like tomatoes. ✓
understand all the instructions she hears? The
answer is no. e. (Call on a student.) Which vegetable do you
like most? [Student responds.]
d. The man talked to Avni. He gave her
instructions she heard. • (Repeat step e with several students.)

• Listen again: The man gave her instructions f. Some people plant vegetables.
she heard. • Raise your hand if you planted any of these
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man gave her
instructions she heard. vegetables. ✓

e. Did he say the instructions? (Tap.) Yes. Exercise 11 magazine
• Did she hear the instructions? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, she heard the instructions. a. I will name things.
• Tell me if each thing is made of wood, made of
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She heard the
f. Did she understand the instructions she of rubber.
heard? (Tap.) No. b. Listen: An engine. What is an engine made of?
• She heard the instructions, but she did not (Tap.) Metal.
understand them. Say the sentence about an engine. (Tap.) An
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She heard the engine is made of metal.
instructions, but she did not understand them.
Repeat steps c through f until firm. • Listen: A tyre. What is a tyre made of? (Tap.)
Rubber.
Exercise 10 v e g e ta b l e s Say the sentence. (Tap.) A tyre is made of
rubber.
10
• Listen: A pencil. What is a pencil made of?
a. Ask me: What kind of food are these things? (Tap.) Wood.
(Tap.) What kind of food are these things? Say the sentence. (Tap.) A pencil is made of
They are vegetables.
wood.
• What are they? (Tap.) Vegetables. • Listen: A bottle. What is a bottle made of?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They are vegetables.
(Tap.) Glass.
b. Tell me to say the names of these vegetables. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bottle is made of glass.
(Tap.) Say the names of these vegetables.
• Listen: A blanket. What is a blanket made of?
• (Point to each vegetable as you say:) Tomato, (Tap.) Fabric.
corn, carrot, lettuce. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A blanket is made of

c. Your turn to name these vegetables. (Point to fabric.
each vegetable as students say:) Tomato, corn,
carrot, lettuce. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

Repeat steps a through c until firm.

11 k. Tell me to touch the paper towel. (Tap.) Touch
the paper towel. (Touch.)
c. This picture shows some things that are made
of paper. • What did I touch? (Tap.) The paper towel.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched the paper
d. (Point to paper towel.) This is a paper towel. towel.
• What is this? (Tap.) A paper towel.
• What is this towel made of? (Tap.) Paper. l. Tell me to touch the newspaper. (Tap.) Touch
the newspaper. (Touch.)
towel is made of paper. • What did I touch? (Tap.) The newspaper.
e. (Point to toilet paper.) This is toilet paper. Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched the
• What is this? (Tap.) Toilet paper. newspaper.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is toilet paper.
Repeat steps c through e until firm. Repeat steps i through l until firm.

f. (Point to magazine.) This is a magazine. Exercise 12 cough
• Say magazine. (Tap.) Magazine.
Repeat step f until firm. a. Listen: Pihu had a bad cough.
g. Listen: Magazines are made of paper. cough.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Magazines are made of
paper. • She went to the doctor.
• Where did she go? (Tap.) To the doctor.
h. (Point to newspaper.) Ask me: What is this? b. The doctor gave her something that stopped
(Tap.) What is this? This is a newspaper.
the coughing.
• What is this? (Tap.) A newspaper. • What did the doctor give her? (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a newspaper.
Something that stopped the coughing.
• What is a newspaper made of? (Tap.) Paper. • Yes, the doctor gave her something that
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A newspaper is made of
paper. stopped the coughing.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The doctor gave her
Repeat steps g and h until firm. something that stopped the coughing.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
i. Tell me to touch the toilet paper. (Tap.) Touch
the toilet paper. (Touch.) c. She did not cough for six hours after she went
to the doctor.
• What did I touch? (Tap.) The toilet paper.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched the toilet • Listen again: She did not cough for six hours
paper. after she went to the doctor.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She did not cough for
j. Tell me to touch the magazine. (Tap.) Touch the six hours after she went to the doctor.
magazine. (Touch.)
• Then she started coughing again.
• What did I touch? (Tap.) The magazine. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then she started
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched the coughing again.
magazine.
Repeat step c until firm.