revising: answer the questions

Do you drink  any fruit juice in the morning/ How many sweets do you eat in a week?What’s your favourite dish? /What has it got in it?/ Is there any food you don’t like? What is it? What are your favourite snacks? What is your favourite drink? Do you think your diet is healthy or unhealthy? Why? Do you prefer pizza or pasta? / What is your favourite pizza?What has it got on it? Do you like chips?/ What do you usually eat for breakfast?

What do you wear to school/ at the weekend?/ what do you wear to go out with your friends/ to a birthday party? What do you wear in summer/ winter?

Rules make a school a better place for teachers and students Living together in harmony at school means ….. • Respect the rules of your class • Respect for others; • Respect for things; • Respect for the rules of your community; • Expressing your opinions and respecting the opinions of others; • Being sincere and honest; • Helping others; • Accepting differences; • Getting to know the values of peace, liberty and equality.

Grade 3  DESCRIBING PICTURES:

1WHAT IS HE DOING? HE IS READING A BOOK/ HE’S DOING HIS HOMEWORK

2.WHAT ARE THEY DOING? THEY ARE WATCHING TV/ THEY ARE LISTENING TO MUSIC

3.WHAT IS SHE DOING? SHE IS WRITING AN EMAIL / SHE IS SLEEPING

  1. WHAT IS HE DOING? HE IS HAVING LUNCH/ HE IS BUYING A PRESENT.

Her name is Sally, she is 11years old. She lives in London, her address is 14, Bridge Street. Her birthday is on June 15th. She is British, she is a student. She likes playing volleyball and cycling. She has got a brother. Sally is short with dark curly hair ad she wears glasse

 

They are making a cake, she’s having dinner, they are dancing, they are playing computer games, He’s cooking, she’s speaking on the phone, sheis going to bed.  It’s snowing.

She is singing, they are playin tennis, he is having a shower, he’s driving, she is brushing her teeth..

 

Can/can’t

Can you ski? No , I can’t, but I can play volleyball.

Can he speak French? Yes, he can

Can your brother play football? Yes, he can

Can your parents speak English? No, they can’t

GESU’ NAZARENO FEAST

GRADE 5

THE FEAST IS HELD ON THE SECOND SUNDAY OF JUNE BUT FEAST IS ALREADY INTHE AIR SOME DAYS BEFORE AND SOME DAYS AFTER. ON THESE DAYS THE STREETS, THE SQUARE AND THE CHURCH’S FACADEARE LIT UP WITH LIGHT BULBS OF DIFFERENT COLOURS. THE STRETS ARE FULL OF VENDORS WITH THEIR COLOURFUL STALLS WHERE THEY SELL ROAST CHECK-PEAS, TOYS HOUSEWARES AND MANY OTHER THINGS

AFTER THE CHURCH FUNCTIONS THE BAND GOES THROUGH THE STREETS OF THE TOWN. BUT THE MOST INTERESTING THING TO ADMIRE IS THE CHART THAT IS PULLED BY 6 COWS AND BY THE PEOPLE ON IT THERE ARE THE BANDS, IT MOVES SLOWLY DOWN THE MAIN STREET AND THEN IT GOES UP THE SAME STREET AND AT ABOUT MIDNIGHT THE FIRE WORKS BEGINS