1. This person writes stories for newspapers. He is a ….
2. Kevin is an important person in town. He is the head of the tow. Kevin is a ….
AMUSEMENT PARK VOCABULARIES
3. Look at the picture. It is a ….
c. bumper cars
d. Ferris wheel
4. … is your favourite colour?
5. A: … do you go on holiday?
B: I go to the beach
6. … your PE uniform new?
7. … you love playing basketball when you were 7 years old?
8. What is the rhyming word for “ring”?
9. Which one is different?
b. Ferris wheel.
d. Bumper cars.
10. A woman who leads a kingdom is a ….
11. Look at the picture. It is a/an….
12. An accessory that you put on your head is….
HAVE TO AND NOT ALLOWED
13. This symbol shows you that ….
a. I have to park here.
b. I’m not allowed to park here.
c. I have to stop here.
d. I’m not allowed to stop here.
14. I have to … at school.
a. tidy up my toys
b. obey my teachers
c. play with my neighbour nicely
d. help my sister
15. I … a new toy. I have a lot already.
a. have to buy
b. am not allowed to buy
c. have to play with
d. am not allowed to play with
16. Please give these books to Tita and Nina. The object pronoun for the underlined word is …
17. Tell the story to Garry. The object pronoun for the underlined word is …
Established in 1753, the British Museum in London is a museum of human history and culture. Its collections, which number more than seven million objects, are amongst the largest and most comprehensive in the world and originate from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. Objects include the Rosetta Stone, the key to the deciphering of hieroglyphs, and the largest collection of mummies outside of Egypt. It’s one of the top destinations in London.
(Source: www.touropia.com/14 best museum in the world)
18. British Museum was established in ….
19. British Museum has more than … objects.
20. British Museum is located in ….
a. New York