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English with... games and activities [elementary level]

English with... games and activities [elementary level]

P au 1 Car ter

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© 2002 - ELI s.r.1.
P.O. Box 6 - Recanati - Italy
Tel. +39/071/75 07 01 - Fax +39/071/97 78 51
www.elionline.com
e-mail: [email protected]

Illustrated by Roberto Battestini
English version by Paul Carter and Karen Mackie

Adapted from L'ltaliano con giochi e ettivite
by Federica Colombo

All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means or for
any purpose without the prior permission of ELI.

Printed in Italy - Tecnostampa Recanati - 02.83.227.0

ISBN 978-88-8148-821-6

Introduction (.

English with games and activities is designed for ..
elementary students of varying ages, studying English
as a foreign language. 3
There are 3 volumes in the series and each volume
contains games and activities which help students to
gradually acquire basic vocabulary and grammar.
There are 14 units in each volume and each unit deals
with a different vocabulary topic. There are about
20 illustrated words on the first page of each unit.
These words are then used on the following five pages
in various games and activities such as crosswords,
word searches, anagrams etc.
At the end of each unit a grammar point is introduced,
followed by various related exercises using vocabulary
from the unit.
The appendix contains Solutions to all the exercises so
that students can use the books without supervision.

In the house

roof chimney garden garage

8 hall stairs

door window

kitchen living room bathroom bedroom

study wall cellar
41 .

1 Look at the picture and write the words.

2 Look at the pictures and put the letters in the correct order.

1. Philip sleeps in the .
MOBDEOR

2. He watches television in the .
VLIRMOIOGN

3. He eats in the .
NTHCIKE

4. He washes his face in the .
ABHRMOTO

5. He uses the computer in the ..
YSUTD

3 Do the crossword. IJ

o CD CD

12

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9 10

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4 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.

"Can you open the 6. Mr Graham is

please?" hanging a picture

'I John is having a on the .
~.~~II)~ birthday party in
) The bedroom
the . IS open.

"I'm going 8. Smoke is coming
downstairs to out of the
get a box from the
Tom is sleeping ir
1/ the .

Mr Brown is
coming out of the

in his car.

A tree damaged
the .

5 What rooms are there in this flat? Write the numbers beside the words.
o kitchen
o bedroom mil 0
o bathroom I1!Oe
o living room CD CD ®@
o hall ~
o study
® ..

6 Look at these houses and write sentences. ,.
.
What is there in house A ?
There is a kitchen. .
There are two bathrooms.
There is a

There are

B What is there in house B?

There is a

There are .
7 Look at the pictures and write 6 sentences with there is/there are.

1.8 4.

2·U···································

~

3•...................................

A skyscraper always has a lot of floors ...

30th thirtieth fll\~ ...,
29th rwenty-n inth
28th - --. '""~:~
27th rwenty-eigh rh
26th twenty-seventh ~I ~i"
25th twenty-sixth II':!.!
24th twenty-fifth
23rd twenty-fourth ..,"
22nd twenty-third
21st twenty-second f'
20th twenty-first f'
19th twentieth
18th nineteenth ro-
17th
16th eighteenth "
15th seventeenth
14th sixteenth _..
13th fifteenth
12th fourteenth II"
11th thirte-enth
10th -twelfth "'"

9th- eleventh II!I
tenth
8th ninth I'!
7th eighth Ji
6th seventh
5th 11 I • Describe
4th sixth your house.
3rd fifth
2nd fourth
15t third
second
first

8 If you live in a flat, what floor do you live on?

9 Write the corresponding ordinal numbers in the grid, then complete the
sentence with the letters in the grey squares.

1

-

14
3 4 10

t-- My has got a big garden.

L-

t---
t---
'---

The family

Susan is Albert Elizabeth Harry is my
my wife. Elaine nephew and Elaine
is my daughter Elizabeth is my
mother and Albert is my niece.
and Harry is
my son. is my father.

David is my
husband.

David Susan Mary Steven

Hany is my are my cousins. Albert and
brother. David David is my uncle. Elizabeth are my
and Susan are my,
grandparents.
parents.

Elaine is my
sister and Mary

is my aunt.

Elaine Harry Patricia Adrian

1 Look at Elaine's family tree and do the crossword.

12

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1. Albert is Elaine's ... -
2. Adnan and Patri.ci.a are Elaine's ...
3. Harry, Elaine, Patricia and -

Adrian are Albert's ... 12.Steven is MaIY's ...
4. David is Elaine's . 13. Elizabeth and Albert are
5. Harry is Susan's .
6. Elaine is Harry's . Adrian's ...
7. Patricia is Steven's . 14.Susan is Harry's ...
8. Steven is Elaine's . 15.Adrian is Patricia's .
9. Mary and Steven are Patricia's ... 16. Elizabeth is Elaine's .
10. Elaine is Elizabeth's ... 17. Harry is Albert's .
11. Patricia and Adrian are Mary 18.Mary is Elaine's .
19.5usan is David's .
and Steven's ... 20. Harry is MaIY's .
21. Elaine is Mary's .

2 Make pairs. wife
uncle
1. mother daughter
2. grandfather father
3. sister nIece
4. son grandmother
5. aunt brother
6. husband
7. nephew

3 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.

father - husband - daughter - children - sister - brothers

1. Julie and Tom are married and they have a

2. Michelle's buys her a lot of sweets.

3. Mr and Mrs Brand have got three .

4. Barbara's is very tall.

5. Mary has got three .

6. Victor is playing with his little ~

121 . .

4 Who are the people at Fred and Susie's wedding? Find seven words in the
wordsearch box, then complete the sentence with the remaining letters.

BRAUNTEL

RFATHERC

OAT I V E So

T M 0 THE RU

H FU N C L E S

E R I END SI

RSI S T E R N

There are a lot of ....~.
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and _

at the wedding.

"'People from the same family.

5 Do the crossword, then complete the sentence with the letters in the grey square

1. Another word for "mum". 2 1
.1 34
2. Another word for 11dad". 5
3. The man I married. 2

4. A boy who has the same

parents as me. 6

5. My daughter's daughter.

6. The woman I married.

My mother's sister is my .

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Subject pronouns Possessive pronouns

T We My OUf
You
You Your Your
He/she/it They
His/her/its Their

6 Look at Elaine's family tree and complete the sentences.

David Susan Mary Steven

Albert Elizabeth

Elaine Harry Patricia Adrian
Harry is Elaine's brother. • He is her brother.

1. Elizabeth is Susan's mother. 6. David is Susan's husband.
She is ............. mother. ............. is ............. husband.

2. Albert is Susan's father. 7. Patricia and Adrian are Albert's
............. is her father. grandchildren .
............. are ........... grandchildren.
3. Albert and Elizabeth are Adrian's
grandparents .............. are ............. 8. A...d..r.i.a..n....isI.SH..a..r.r.y..'.s...c. ocuosuiSnI..n.
grandparents.

4. Susan is Elaine and Harry's 9. David is Patricia's uncle.

mother is .. is uncle.

mother.

10. Mary is Elaine's aunt.

5. Mary is Steven's wife. . is aunt.

............. I.S 'c
WIle.

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7 Put in the correct pronoun.

1. My grandfather is reading newspaper.

2. She is riding bike.

3. They are walking dog.

4. The girls are playing with dolls.

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- 5. She is driving car.

6. He's having breakfast.

N ow describe your family.

Parts of the body

head
ear
neck
shoulder
arm

finger
knee

161 .

1 Which part of the body is missing? Look at the pictures and write the word.

GA

AN o
2 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.

1. You use it for talking.

2. You use them for looking at things,

3. You use them for listening. .,
4. You use this for smelling things.
5. You use this for touching things. .,..

3 Do the crossword. 1

2 45
3
7
6 9
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8

11 10
12

13
14

4 Find four words in the wordsearch box to complete the sentences and use
the remaining letters to form a question. Put the letters in the correct order
to complete the other sentences.

1. My hurts.

I've got a .

STOM A C H EHCADAEH.
WH E R E 0 E
2. My hurts.
BA C K 0E A
S T 00 T 1-1 D I've got .
I T I-I U R T ?
CKBAHCAE.

3. My hurts.

I've got .

HCAMTSOHECA.

4. My hurts.

I've got .

HECATTHOO.

5 Do the crossword. 2
1

3

4
5

6

1. My brother has got purple ....
2. He has got a ring in his .
3. I-Iehas a scar on his right .
4. He's wearing a lot of earrings in his left ....
5. He's got a big ring on his .
6. He's got a tattoo on his .

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Plurals

Toform the plural of most English nouns, you add an "s" to the noun.
For example: hand / hands

But some nouns have irregular plurals, for example:
foot / feet
tooth / teeth

6 Find the plural nouns in the wordsearch box and then complete the sentence
with the remaining letters.

FIN G E R S

M H E ADS T

o PAR MS E

U LEG S A E

T RT S0 F T

H FEE T T H

SHE BOD Y

The title of this unit is:

201 .

7 Do you know the story of "Little Red Riding Hood"? Look at the pictures and

complete the conversation between Little Red Riding Hood and the wolf.

ff"What long ~ you have grandma," said Little Red

Riding Hood.

"All the better to hug you with," said the wolf.

"What long ~ you have grandma," said the little girl.

"Allthe better to run with," answered the wolf.

3'"What big ~ ...................you have grandma!" exclaimed Little

Red Riding Hood.

"Allthe better to hear you with," replied the wolf.

"What big ...................you have grandma."

"Allthe better to see you with my dear."

C~"What a big you have grandma."

"Allthe better to smell you with my dear."

"What a big ...................you have grandma."

"All the better to eat you with!" said the wolf. Then he opened his mouth

and ate Little Red Riding Hood.

Colours •

white

221 '

Look at the pictures and complete the colours.

milk

ink
a tomato
the sea
a lemon
grass
a chestnut
a mouse
an orange
a pIg
a cloak

2 Find the names of twelve colours in the wordsearch box and then complete

tthe question with the remaining letters. ~

0R A N G E HA V

B p E Y R 0R E 0

R I UB E r G EG ---- ---
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0N 0 L Y T B A G
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q:. C)C) W K P U R P L E R ___ 1
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4(:)CJ. EAN E
NG R E E
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3 Do the crossword, then complete the sentence with the letters in the grey
squares.

1. The colour of pigs. 4. The colour of ink.
2. The colour of oranges. 5. The colour of tomatoes.
3. The colour of snow. 6. The colour of lemons.

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Yellow,blue and red are M colours. If you mix them,

you can obtain other colours, for example: green, purple and orange.

24

4 Can you remember the colours of the rainbow? Write them in the squares.

5 What colour are these flags?

O~'J~ The British flag is .
and .

The Italian flag is and .

The French flag is and .

The German flag is and .

The Spanish flag has two stripes

and one stripe.

The Swissflag is with a cross.

6 Elaine and her family are describing their favourite colours.
Read the description and write the colour.

7 Complete the sentences to describe the house.

1. The roof is . 4. The door is ..
2. The chimney is . 5. The windows are .
3. The walls are . 6. The garage is .

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! Adjectives in English always come before th~ noun. ------4

I Eg. My brother has got a red car.
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lI Which pen do you want?
The blue one.

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8 Complete the sentences with the colours below.

Claire has got eyes. Look at those beautiful

Bananas are D clouds.

Spinach is •.................... Diane has got a new
•................... dress.

Cherries are •.................... There is a •...................
panther at the zoo.
Pigs are
The sky is ...................,
She's got long, • . hair. it's going to rain.

grey purple black brown green
blue
yellow white pink red

Food and drink

water WIne coffee milk

tea bread soup nee

sausages chicken meat fish

cheese vegetables fruit eggs

pizza Ice cream butter

281 .

1 Find five words in the wordsearch box and then complete the sentence with the
remaining letters.

C0 F F E E W They are all
DR T E A T I
NWA T E R N ------.
MILK KS E

2 Look at the pictures and do the crossword. Complete the sentence with the
letters in the grey squares.

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3 Do the crossword. 1 4 3
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12 5 13
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4 What is Mrs Brown buying? .
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5 Put the words from exercise 4 into the correct squares.
Complete the sentence with the letters in the grey squares.

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p
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Mrs Brown is doing the shopping at the

6 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.

1. Bill likes eating 4. Martha likes .
cheese with a glass of
red . 9

with a cup of tea.

2. Fred eats a lot of S. Mike often eats

3. Fiona loves 6. Carol is thirsty,
she wants some

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I like pasta a lot. She doesn't like fish much.
She likes chocolate. We don't like eggs.
He quite likes vegetables. They don't like pizza at all.

7 Right or wrong? Find the mistakes and correct the sentences.

right wrong

1. I don't like beer much. DD
2. She likes fish quite. DD
3. He doesn't like coffee a lot.
4. We like ice cream a lot. DD
5. They like milk at all.
6. She quite likes eggs. DD
7. I don't like sausages at all.
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Clothes

skirt trousers sweater T-shirt

shoes socks shirt blouse

jacket dress Jeans sweatshirt

anorak coat raincoat tie

vest pants pyjamas

341

1 Do the crossword. 1 2

3

4

2 Look at the pictures and do the crossword. Complete the sentence with the
letters in the grey squares.

-

1

2 II

3

4

5

6

7

9I I 8

10

11

12

13 \I

I like _

3 Find nineteen articles of clothing in the wordsearch box and use the remaining
letters to complete the conversation.

PYJAMASCOAT II
SOCKSSDSARB (I
WIVSSHRHNAL
ETEHKIEOOIO
AESRIRSERNU
TETARTSSACS
SWEATERJKOE
HTSHIRTEGAT
IRPANTSAETI
RJACKETNENE
TROUSERSONE

Sarah is buying a new sweater. She's in a dothes shop ...

Shop assistant: Do you like this one?

Sarah: Yes! But I don't like the colour very much ...

-- ----- - ----- ---' t

Shop assistant: Yes, here it is.

4 Make words with the letters and fill in the blanks.

A ERITIHTS

1. You put this around your neck when you are wearing a shirt.

It's a .

2. You often wear this under a jacket with or without a tie.

It's a .

B EULKSRTIBOS

3.1t can be long, short or mini! It's a .
4.A shirt is for a man and a is for a woman.

5 What is Gillian putting in her suitcase? Write the words in the correct spaces.
Complete the sentence with the letters in the grey squares.

1. DDDD
2. DDDDD
3. DDDD
4. DDDDDD
5. DDDDD
6. DDDDD
7. DDDDDD
8. DDDDDDD

Gillian likes wearing _ ~ .

6 What is Gary putting in his suitcase?Write the words in the correct spaces.
Complete the sentence with the letters in the grey squares.

1. D D D D D 4. D D D
DDDDD 5. DDDDD
DDDDD

Gary likes wearing comfortable .

3

7 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.

1. Put your 5. I'm hot, I'll take
...................... on!
offm.y .

2. It's raining, put \I ..
your .
on. , 6. These
are too big.

3. Put this .' ,

...................... on, . 7. You're still in your
I.t,s ni.ce.

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4. It's cold today, 8. Are you going
don't go out with only out without your
a on. ...................... ?

8 Put the words from exercise7 into the correct squares.
Complete the sentence with the letters in the grey squares.

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2I II

4
5

6I

7
8

Another way of saying "put on your clothes": G D.

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I'm putting on my clothes ...

I'm putting on We're putting on
my dress. our socks.

You're putting on You're putting on
your sweater. your shoes.

He's putting on They're putting on
his shirt. their coats.

9 The opposite of "putting on" is "taking off'. Makethe same sentences,
using "taking off'.

I'm taking off my dress.

Animals

dog cat cow horse

hen rabbit rooster

lion fish bird monkey

sheep donkey crocodile bear

giraffe elephant snake

401

1 Which animals live on a farm? Tick the correct box.

yes no yes no

cat D D rabbit D D
crocodile D D giraffe D D
dog D D sheep D D
cow D D monkey D D
lion D D donkey D D
horse D D hen D D
elephant D D snake D D
pIg D D rooster D D

2 You're at the zoo. Where are the animals? Put the correct number in each circle.

o snakes

® elephants
® bears
® lions

® giraffes

® crocodiles

®monkeys

3 Do the crossword. 23 6
1
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4
7 8
10
11 9

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4 Find seven animals in the wordsearch box.
The remaining letters form the name of a pet.

HORSECFC
HENPIGIO
RABBITSW
SHEEPAHT

5 Readthe sentences and do the crossword.

3 1 4 2
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6 -
r-- 5
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8 I 1I
11 I 10 9
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1. This animal has a very long neck. 7. This animal ]ays eggs.

2. This is a domestic animal. 8. This animal is covered in wool.

3. This animal is friendly 9. This animal can fly.
and faithful. 10. This animal swims in water.
11. This animal is long thin,
4. This animal gives us milk.
and has no legs.
s. This animal likes carrots. 12. This farm animal is short,

6. This animal wakes everyone up

in the morning. fat and pink. ·f

6 Here are some expressions with anima1s.Write the name of the animal.

She swims like a ... ! I-IFSI = She swims very well.

He eats like a ... ! REHSO = He eats a lot.

I-Ie is the black. .. PEHSE = He isn't accepted by his famif
of the family!
Its' a ...'1s'£Ie., DGO = Life is difficult.

Sh e,s. cryIng ... tears., OCCRLEIOD = She's not sincere.

7 Put the letters in the correct order to complete the story.

A farmer wants to selJ his (WOC) , so he goes to the

market on his (RESHO) .

At the market he sells his (OWC) and buys a (ENH)

..........................., but the (NEH) doesn't like the farmer

and it runs away. The farmer buys a nice little (gip ) .

instead. He wins a (SHIF) playing bingo, then goes

home on his (RSEHO) , with the (GPI) ..

under his ann and the (SHIF) in a bag.

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Comparative adjectives
In English we add "er" to adjectives to form comparative adjectives.
When the adjective has two or more syllables, we put "more"
in front of the adjective.
Rabbits are smaller than elephants.
Giraffes have longer necks than horses.
Dogs are more faithful than cats.

8 Put the words in the correct order and write the sentences.

1. donkey - more - rabbit. - is - A - stubborn - than - a
2. taller - a - than - monkey. - A - is - giraffe
3. hen. - than - more - monkey - A - is - intelligent - a
4. A - cow. - sheep - a - smaller - is - than
5. dangerous - rooster. - a - bear - more - than - is - A
6. faster - than - horse - can - A - run - donkey. - a
7. than - Lion- cat. - ferocious - A - a - is - more
8. a - crocodile - slower - is - than - A - rabbit.

Do you like animals?
Have you got any pets?

4

Nature

tree flower sea
mountains country
-,0,:
field lake II
sky
sun star
nver
woods hills
moon
461
island

1 Do the crossword.

1 2
3

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2 Find fifteen words in the wordsearch box and make a sentence with
the remaining letters.

MOUN T A I N S F S ----

IS LA ND S K Y L T ---------

MOON L A K E N 0 A
OMOT R I V E RWR

SUNR R E S E A E P

0L L E F I E L D R U
T 1 0 E C OUN T R Y
HI L L S NWO 0 D S

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3 Look at the picture and write the words you know.

4 The picture in exercise 3 shows the countryside during the day.
What can you see in the sky at night-time?

I can see the and the

5 What do you know about Great Britain? Complete the sentences.

1.cfC ~ Windermere is in the Lake District.

2. Ireland is an

3. The Thames is a A in Great Britain.
4. Ben Nevis is the highest

6 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. 4. Gary and Paul are in
the .
1. There is a beautiful looking for mushrooms.
pink .
in my garden .

2. There is an apple 5. Mr and Mrs Higgins
in my garden. have got a cottage in the

3. Mark goes skiing in 6. Robert likes walking
the .
in the winter. in the .

7 Put the words into the correct spaces.

fields - moon - sun - stars - sky - flowers

In the summer the shines, the is blue, the

.....................are green and gardens are full of colourful .

At night the pale comes out and the sparkle

in the dark blue sky.

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