В королевстве английской грамматики

1 The Article "a / an"
a hill a plane an apple
a house an orange
a car a tree
an elephant
a river a road

a pear
a plum
a lemon
a watermelon
a pineapple

an apple
an onion
an ice cream
an orange
2 Plural Forms







three balloons

two kites

two bikes

six balls

five teddy bears

three dolls

three toys

five cherries

two boys

four butterflies

three ladies

six monkeys

four buses

eight watches

four beaches

four actresses

two peaches

four brushes

four churches

six foxes

four matches

two potatoes

six tomatoes

three photos

two pianos

five kangaroos

ten leaves

three knives

two wolves
four feet
six geese
eight women

four teeth
two sheep
ten mice

six men
four children
eight people
I need four geese, two potatoes,
seven mice,
three watches, six cherries,
nine boxes,
two pianos, eight tomatoes,
seven dolls,
ten mathces and three fish

six cats

two deer

nine fish

five mice

five geese

three sheep
3 Personal Pronouns
12 It: cat, desk, teddy bear, table, window, tree, dog;
He: dad, brother, boy;
She: mum, sister, girl.
4 The Verb "to be"
14 1) I am happy. — I’m happy .
2) You are dirty. — You're dirty.
3) We are eight. — We're eight.
4) They are sad. — They're sad.
5) He is clever. — He's clever.
6) She is pretty. — She's pretty.
7) It is a cat. — It's a cat.
15 1) She is a dentist.
2) She is a teacher.
3) She is a nurse.
4) He is a cook.
5) He is an engineer.
6) He is a writer.
16 1) Kate is 8. She isn't American. She is English.
2) Karl isn't American. He is German. He isn't 18.
3) Alex and Sofie are French. Sofie is 14, Alex isn't 14. He is 16.
4) Tom isn't German. He is American. He is 15.
5) Antonio and Karl are 19. They aren't English.


Here are my new friends. Ron and Lucy are always
happy. Rick is sad. Alice is always angry. Tony and Linda
are funny.

See you soon.


Ron and Lucy



Tony and Linda
18 1) My house isn’t big.
2) It isn't warm today.
3) My tea isn't hot!
4) You aren't pretty.
5) They aren't nice.
6) My banana isn't good!
7) The sky isn't blue today!
8) I'm not happy!

Hello! It’s a very strange island!

Bananas aren’t yellow here, they are red! Oranges
aren't orange here, they are black! The sky isn't blue, it is
orange! The sun isn't yellow, it is green! Grass is red, it isn't
green! Cherries aren't red, they are grey! Chocolate is blue, it isn't brown!

21 1) Are you a bat?
2) Are you a witch?
3) Are you a spiderman?
4) Are you a wizard?
5) Are you a ghost?
6) Are you a pumpkin?
22 1) Is it a pencil? – No, it isn’t. It’s a chair.
2) Are they tables? – No, they aren’t. They are pens.
3) Is it a desk? — No, it isn't. It's an eraser.
4) Are they chairs? — No, they aren't. They are pencils.
5) Are they exercise books? — No, they aren't. They are books.
6) Are they rulers? — No, they aren't. They are exercise books.
7) Is it an eraser? — No, it isn't. It's a desk.
23 1. — Are you Oliver?
2. — No, I 'm not . I'm Martin.
3. — Are you Oliver?
4. — Yes, I am.
5. — Is that your house?
6. — Yes, it is.
7. — But it’s very small!
8. — No, it isn't. It isn't small for me.
9. — Is Martin your brother?
10. — No, he isn't.
11. — Is he your friend?
12. — Yes, he is.
13. — Are they your books?
14. — Yes, they are.
15. — Are they all about cakes?
16. — No, they aren't .
17. — Is this book about cakes?
18. — Yes, it is .
19. — Can I read it?
20. — Yes, sure.
21. — Thank you.
5 This — That
1. Give me this doll.
2. Take that cup.
3. Close this notebook.

4. Take this plate.
5. Open that box.
6. Play with this ball.
6 This — These
25 1. Give me these pears, please.
2. Give me this orange, please.
3. Give me these bananas, please.
4. Give me this lemon, please.
5. Give me these potatoes, please.
6. Give me this cabbage, please.
7. Give me these cherries, please.
8. Give me these apples, please.
9. Give me this carrot, please.
26 1) These are lions. They are big and strong.
2) This is a little wolf.
3) These are zebras.
4) These are monkeys. They are very funny.
5) This is a polar bear.
6) These are tigers. They are dangerous.
27 1) This is / These are bananas. It is / They are yellow.
2) This is / These are a cucumber. It is / They are green.
3) This is / These are potatoes. It is / They are brown.
4) This is / These are a tomato. It is / They are red.
5) This is / These are an orange. It is / They are orange.
6) This is / These are apples. It is / They are pink.
7 Thаt — Thоse
28 1. I like that mountain!
2. I like those house!
3. I like those clouds!
4. I like that forest!
5. I like that meadow!
6. I like those sheep!
7. I like that river!
8. I like that sun!
9. I like that lake!
10. I like those paper ships.!
29 1) Those are three little girls.
2) Those are old men in funny hats.
3) That is a big dog.
4) That is a little kitten.
5) Those are women in beautiful dresses.
6) Those are black sheep.
7) That is a young man with blond hair.
8) Those are goldfish in the pond.
8 This – That – These – Those
30 1) I like this hat.
2) I like these shoes.
3) I like these boots.
4) I like that shirt.
5) I like those trousers.
6) I like that dress.
7) I like that scarf.
8) I like those boots.
9 What’s this/that?
What are these/those?
What are those?
They are bikes.
What are these?
They are ships.
What is that?
It's a car.
What is this?
It's а boat.
What is this?
It's a train.
What is that?
It's a plane.
What are those?
They are scooters.
What are those?
They are helicopters.
10 My, your, his, her,
our, their

I am Princess Rosie. You are Prince Edward.
I am your sister. The Queen is our mother.

Their parents are our grandmother
and grandfather.

The King is our father.

His parents are our grandmother
and grandfather, too.

11 Possessive Case of Nouns
34 1. Men’s clothes
3. Babies' toys
5. Girls' bags
2. Children's games
4. Women's hats
6. Boys' toys
35 1. Mr Jones’s scarf
2. Mrs Hopkins's hat
3. The lady's gloves
4. The girls' coats
5. The boys' mittens
6. Richard's cap
7. Thomas's jacket
36 1. The rabbit’s hole.
2. The birds' nest.
3. The princess's house.
4. The ducks' eggs.
5. The squirrel's nuts.
6. The boy's car.
7. The dog's ball.
8. The girl's doll.
9. The mouse's cheese.
37 a) 1)my friends’ cars — their cars.
2) your bag.
3) our teacher.
4) his test.
5) her jeans.
6) its ears.
b) 7) Nina’s dress — her dress.
8) Jack’s shirt — his shirt.
9) his parents’ house — their house.
10) Tim’s game — his game.
11) my dog’s tail — its tail.
38 1) It ' s Don ' s T-shirt.
2) They're the doctor's gloves.
3) It's the dog's collar. Its collar's black.
4) They're the ladies' bags.
5) It's Lucy's jacket. Her jacket's yellow.
6) These are Tom's toys.
7) It's the parrot's cage. Its cage's big.
12 On, under, in, behind,
near, at, between
39 1. The hat is on the cat.
2. The vase is near the cat.
3. The book is under the cat.
4. The flowers are in the vase.
5. The mouse is between the cat and the vase.
6. The cup is behind the cat.
40 1. One rabbit is in the chandelier.
2. One rabbit is between the chairs.
3. One rabbit is behind the picture,
between the windows.

4. One rabbit is behind the book.
5. One rabbit is in the cup.
6. One rabbit is between the flower and the wall.
7. One rabbit is in the box near the table.
8. One rabbit is behind the ball.
9. One rabbit is under the hat.
10. One rabbit is under the table.
11. One rabbit is on the chair.
13 Over, in front of
The winner is Upsy
14 There is / are
42 1. There is a ball in the fish tank.
2. There is a vase on the floor.
3. There aren't any flowers in the vase but
there are flowers on the floor.

4. There are trousers on the TV-set.
5. There isn't a parrot in the cage.
6. There aren't any books on the bookshelf.
7. There is a cat under the cushion.
8. There isn't a picture on the wall.
43 1. There are two pictures in the bedroom.
2. There are four rats in the bedroom.
3. There are two dwarfs in the living room.
4. There is a bat on the balcony.
5. There are three spiders in the dining room.
6. There are two chairs in the dining room.
7. There are two mice in the kitchen.
8. There are two towels in the bathroom.
9. There is a mouse in the bathroom.
44 1) Are there two horses? — No, there aren’t. There's one horse.
2) Is there one cow? — No, there isn't. There are two cows.
3) Are there four sheep? — No, there aren't. There are three sheep.
4) Are there three geese? — Yes, there are. There are three geese.
5) Are there five ducks? — Yes, there are. There are five ducks.
6) Is there one dog? — Yes, there is. There's one dog.
7) Is there one cat? — No, there isn't. There are two cats.
8) Are there four hens? — No, there aren't. There are five hens.
9) Is there one rooster? — Yes, there is. There's one rooster.
15 There is / It is


It is (1) a picture of our summer house. In front of it there is (2)
a swimming pool. It is (3) small, but deep. Behind the house there is (4)
a garden. It is (5) not big, but beautiful. There are (6) many flowers in
the garden. They are (7) red, white, yellow and blue. There are (8) also some
trees there. They are (9) tall. It is a very nice place.

Friendly yours,


16 Some / Any
46 1. Are there any planes in your country? — No, there aren’t any.
2. Are there any robots in your country? — Yes, there are some.
3. Are there any lakes in your country? — Yes, there are some.
4. Are there any mountains in your country? — Yes, there are some.
5. Are there any trains in your country? — No, there aren't any.
6. Are there any tigers in your country? — No, there aren't any.
7. Are there any rivers in your country? — Yes, there are some.
17 Some or a / an?
some cake some ice cream
a banana
some milk some cherries
some grapes some juice
an apple some sweets some tea
an orange a lemon
18 Have got / Has got
48 1) They have got a cat. → They ’ve got a cat.
2) It has got a tail. → It 's got a tail.
3) Mary has got a nice dress. → Mary 's got a nice dress.
4) Tom has got a plane. → Tom 's got a plane.
5) We have got an umbrella. → We 've got an umbrella.
6) You have got a green hat. → You 've got a green hat.
7) They have got a red car. → They 've got a red car.
8) She has got a ball. → She 's got a ball.
9) He has got a watch. → He 's got a watch.
49 1) This monster has got three eyes.
He 's got four arms. He 's got three legs. He 's got a /one tail.
2) This monster has got a long neck.
He 's got eight fingers. He 's got four toes. He 's got one tail.
3) This monster has got one eye.
She 's got two legs. She 's got one head. She 's got two ears.
We haven't got a house,
And in the house we haven't got a mouse,
And in the house we haven't got a cat,
And the cat hasn't got a bed,
Even the mouse hasn't got a bed
In the house that we haven't got yet.
51 1) Kate and Diana have got dolls.
2) Ted has got a train.
3) Chris and Tom have got a robot.
4) Sam and Liam have got a kite.
5) Alex has got a plane.
6) Nelly has got a bike.
7) Annie has got a ball.
1) The man hasn't got
an umbrella.
2) The woman hasn't got
3) The flower hasn't got
4) I haven't got a pen. 5) The boys haven't got a
6) Edward hasn't got a
7) We haven't got cups. 8) The girls haven't got skates.
19 Have got. Questions.
Short Answers
53 1. — Has Thomas got red clothes? Yes, he has.
2. — Have Laura and Jenny got black hair? Yes, they have.
3. — Has Thomas got black hair? No, he hasn't.
4. — Have Laura and Jenny got red clothes? No, they haven't.
It’s not Thomas. It’s not Laura or Jenny.

5. — Have we got someone else here? Yes, we have. It's Spotty!
6. — Has Spotty got black hair? Yes, it has.
7. — Has Spotty got a red bow? Yes, it has.
8.— Have you got the sandwich, Spotty?
Spotty barks and wags its tail, it wants to say : “Yes, I have !”

54 1. — Have we got any cheese?
— No, we haven’t got any.
— Have we got any bread and butter?
— Yes, we've got some.
2. — Has Dora got any cabbage?
— No, she hasn't.
— Has she got any tomatoes?
— Yes, she has.
3. — Have they got any chicken?
— No, they haven't.
— Have they got any eggs?
— Yes, they have.
4. — Has Tom got any apples?
— Yes, he has.
— Has he got any oranges?
— No, he hasn't.
5. — Have we got any apples?
— No, we haven't.
— Have we got any cherries?
— Yes, we have.
6. — Have I got any chocolate?
— Yes, I have.
— Have I got any candies?
— No, I haven't.
20 How much / How many
55 1) How many oranges are there on the shelf?
2) How much meat is there in the fridge?
3) How much rice is there in the cupboard?
4) How many cookies are there on the shelf?
5) How much chocolate is there in the cupboard?
6) How many candies are there in the bowl?
7) How much sugar is there in the cupboard?
8) How many tomatoes are there in the fridge?
9) How many bottles of water is there in the cupboard?
56 1) — How many balls are there? — Three.
— How much are they?

2) — How many kites are there? — Two.
— How much are they?

3) — How many cars are there? — Five
— How much are they?

4) — How many bikes are there? — One.
— How much is it?

5) — How many planes are there? — One.
— How much is it?

6) — How many trains are there? — One.
— How much is it?

7) — How many robots are there? — Four.
— How much are they?
21 Can
57 1) I can read.
Rooby can read.
We can read.
2) I can dance.
Rooby can dance.
We can dance.
3) I can write.
Rooby can write.
We can write.
4) I can walk.
Rooby can walk.
We can walk.
22 Can – Can’t
58 1) Dogs can run.
2) Dogs can't fly.
3) Dogs can't fly.
4) Dogs can't fly.
9) Budgies can't sing.
10) Budgies can talk.
11) Budgies can fly.
12) Budgies can't climb trees.
5) Cats can't sing.
6) Cats can run.
7) Cats can climb trees.
8) Cats can't fly.
13) Fish can't fly.
14) Fish can't sing.
15) Fish can swim.
16) Fish can't climb trees.
1) Rooby can play football.
2) Rooby can't cry.
3) Rooby can do morning exercises.
4) Rooby can talk.
5) Rooby can't swim.
6) Rooby can't eat.
23 Can. Questions.
Short Answers
60 1) — Can you dance? — Yes, I can.
2) — Can you ride a bike? — No, I can’t.
3) — Can you sing? — Yes, I can.
4) — Can you ride a bike? — Yes, I can.
5) — Can you ride a horse? — Yes, I can.
6) — Can you coun't? — No, I can't.
7) — Can you draw? — No, I can't.
8) — Can you read? — No, I can't.
9) — Can you climb trees? — Yes, I can.
61 1) — Can we take Path 1? Let's see.
2) — Can we go through the forest? — Yes, we can.
3) — Can we cross the mountains? — No, we can't.
Path 1 is no good.

4) — Can we take Path 2? Let's see.
5) — Can we walk across the meadow? — Yes, we can.
6) — Can we cross the lake? — No, we can't.
Path 2 is no good.

7) — Can we take Path 3? Let's see.
8) — Can we walk through the forest? — Yes, we can.
9) — Can we cross the river? — Yes, we can.
— Let’s take Path 3! Yes, yes!

62 1. — Can you see the planet?
2. — Yes, I can.
3. — Can we see the aliens?
4. — Yes, we can.
5. — Can we hear them?
6. — No, we can't.
7. — Can the aliens see us?
8. — Yes, they can.
9. — Can your radio send them a message?
10. — Yes, I can.
11. — Can they read English?
12. — No, they can't.
13. — Can we invite them to Wonderland?
14. — Yes, we can.
15. — Can I draw a picture for them?
16. — Yes, you can.
17. — Can we see the answer?
18. — Yes, we can..
I think it says “WE ARE HERE!”
24 Imperatives
63 1. Don’t walk in the forest!
2. Don't come near the house!
3. Don't swim in the lake!
4. Don't sit on the bench!
5. Don't cross the river!
6. Don't eat the apples!
64 1. Sam and Betty, don’t talk!
2. Rick, don't draw!
3. Tom, don't look through the window!
4. Billy, don't touch the flower!
5. Alex, don't make paper planes!
6. Steve, don't sit on the desk!
7. Jenny, don't play with your book!
8. Laura, don't walk around!
25 The Present Simple Tense
65 1) We live — she lives
2) I try — he tries
3) They watch — she watches
4) I go — Sara goes
5) We tidy — he tidies
6) They miss — Mary misses
7) I write — she writes
8) We study — Ted studies
66 1. I always go to the sea race. (usually, always)
2. The golden fish usually wins the race.
3. The starfish rarely comes first.
4. Crab Sebastian often comes second.
5. The sea horse rarely wins the race.
6. The sea horse often takes the third place.
7. The starfish sometimes comes third.

Mary usually (come/comes) to visit the bears in the morning. The bears
usually (walk/walks) in the woods at this time. They (pick/picks) up berries and
mushrooms and (catch/catches) fish in the river.

Before they go for a walk, the bears (put/puts) a plate with porridge on the
table and (prepare/prepares) the little bed for Mary. Mary (come/comes) to the
house and (find/finds) the plate. She (eat/eats) the porridge from the small
plate and (go/goes) to the bedroom. There she (sleep/sleeps) in the small bed.

When the bears (come/comes) back home, Mary (wake up/wakes up). She
(play/plays) with the little bear. In the evening Mary (say/says) good-bye to the
bears. The bears (invite/invites) her to come to their place again.


When spring (1) comes (come), and we (2) see the first flowers, we (3)
celebrate the Flower Day.

Girls (4) wear pretty dresses, boys (5) put on (put on) nice suits. They (6)
decorate everything with flowers.

Anna (7) draws flowers everywhere. We (8) dance (dance) and (9) sing all
day. Peter (10) beats the drum. Alex (11) plays the guitar and (12) sings.

We (13) eat a lot of sweets. I usually (14) have an ice cream.
Jenny often (15) bakes an apple pie. In the evening we
(16) watch fireworks. We (17) like our flower holiday very much.

26 Negations
in Present Simple
Snowflakes don’t fall in summer,
Flowers don't grow in the sky.
Birds don't live in the ocean.
Fish don't fly high.
Cats don't build houses.
Clouds don't fall.
70 1. The mouse doesn’t want fish.
2. The cat doesn't eat carrots.
3. The rabbit doesn't like cheese.
4. Jenny doesn't play with cars.
5. Jack doesn't play with dolls.
6. The dog doesn't wear caps.
7. Daddy doesn't need a ball.
1. The rooster doesn’t sleep in the morning.
The rooster wakes everybody up.
2. The dog doesn't wake everybody up.
The dog guards the house.
3. The cow doesn't guard the house. The cow gives
4. Hens lay eggs.
Hens don't give milk.
5. The horse doesn't lay eggs.
The horse works in the field.
6. Bees make honey.
Bees don't work in the field.
7. Cats don't make honey, they don't work in the field, they
don't give milk. They catch mice!
72 Holidays are wonderful!
1. On holidays we don't go to school.
2. My mother doesn't wake me up early in the morning.
3. I don't do my homework every day.
4. On holidays teachers don't ask me questions.
5. On holidays I don't usually see my school friends.
6. Jenny doesn't draw funny pictures in my notebook.
7. Peter doesn't tell jokes in the classroom.
8. On holidays my friends don't play with me in the school yard.
Oh, I miss school time!
27 Negations with "never"
73 1. My friends never walk near the old house. (never, walk)
2. My grandfather never walks near it. (never, walk)
3. I never come close to the old house. (never, come)
4. Its door bell never rings. (never, ring)
5. People never come into the old house. (never, come)
6. The door of the old house never opens. (never, open)
7. The light never shines from its windows. (never, shine)
8. Children never play in its garden. (never, play)
9. I think there is some story about the old house, but my grandfather never
tells me that story. (never, tell)
28 Present Simple.
General Questions
74 1) (get up early) Do you get
up early?
Yes, I do.
3) (always do your homework) Do you
always do your homework?
No, I don't.
(eat crisps) Do you eat crisps?
No, I don't.
4) (always do your homework) Do you
always do your homework?
No, I don't.
5) (do sport) Do you do sport?
No, I don't.
6) (fight) Do you fight?
Yes, I do.
7) (read books) Do you read books?
No, I don't.
8) (go to bed late) Do you go to bed early?
Yes, I do.
1) He doesn’t always do his homework.
2) He doesn't do sport.
3) He fights.
4) He doesn't read books.
5) He goes to bed late.
75 1) Do bus drivers drive buses?
2) Do builders build houses?
3) Does a clown work in the circus?
4) Do teachers teach children?
5) Does a cook bake tasty cookies?
6) Do doctors treat people?
76 1. Does the robot clean the house? — Yes, it does.
2. Does the robot cook? - Yes, it does.
3. Does the robot make tea? - Yes, it does.
4. Does the robot wash dishes? - Yes, it does.
5. Does the robot work in the garden? - Yes, it does.
1. Does the robot eat? — No, it doesn’t.
2. Does the robot eat? - No, it doesn't.
3. Does the robot drink tea? - No, it doesn't.
4. Does the robot read books? - No, it doesn't.
5. Does the robot sleep at night? - No, it doesn't.
77 1. Cinderella gets up early every day.
Does Cinderella get up early every day? —
Yes, she does.
2. Cinderella doesn't get up late.
Does Cinderella get up late? - No,
she doesn't.
6. She doesn't have time to rest.
Does she have time to rest? -
No, she doesn't.
3. She sweeps the floor.
Does she sweep floors? -
Yes, she does.
7. Cinderella doesn't have
a beautiful dress.
Does Cinderella have a beautiful
dress? - No, she doesn't.
5. She cooks for the family.
Does she cook for the family? -
Yes, she does.
9. Cinderella wants to go to the ball
and meet the prince.
Does Cinderella want to go to the
ball and meet the prince? -
Yes, she does.
29 -ing form
of the verb
clean – cleaning speak – speaking
play – playing
sit – sitting have – having dance – dancing
come – coming swim – swimming
get – getting
die – dying fly – flying
tie – tying
write – writing look – looking
run – running forget – forgetting smile – smiling
study – studying skate – skating win – winning
do – doing lie – lying
put – putting begin – beginning answer – answering
planning cleaning riding
snowing making swimming
shining sitting singing
opening drinking stopping
dancing forgetting decorateing
reading celebrating running
30 The Present Continuous
80 1. It is summer. We are playing (play) on our playground.
2. I am building a sand castle.
3. You are riding a bike.
4. Laura and Jack are playing tennis.
5. Peter is catching butterflies.
6. The sun is shining brightly.
7. It is winter. We are having fun.
8. I am skating.
9. You are building a snow house.
10. Laura and Jack are playing snowballs.
11. Peter is making a snowman.
12. The snowman is wearing a hat and a scarf.

Dear Alice,

I am having (have)
a great time. I am sitting
on the beach and
I am writing
you this letter. The sun is
brightly. A plane is flying
in the sky and some birds are flying too.
A dog is walking on the beach. A little boy is playing. He is building a
sand castle. Near him a girl is lying on a toy crocodile. Some people are
swimming. A boy is water-sking.
A warm wind is blowing from the sea.
I am watching a little crab now. It is moving near me. Oh, my mum is
calling me! We are going to a cafe now. I am planning to write again

Bye, Jenny.

82 1. The wind is not blowing (blow).
2. It is not raining.
3. The birds is not singing.
4. The people are not moving.
5. The mouse is not eating cheese.
6. The butterflies are not flying.
7. The Queen is not eating her piece of cake.
8. The King is not drinking his tea.
9. The Princess is not reading her book.
83 1. Read a book!
I am not reading
a book.
6. Draw a picture!
I am not drawing a picture.
2. Sit down!
We are not sitting
7. Walk!
We are not walking.
3. Stand up!
Mary is not standing up.
8. Run!
Steve is not running.
4. Speak!
Mary and Steve are
not speaking.
9. Write a word!
We are not writing a
5. Dance!
Mary is not dancing.
10. Smile!
Look! Mary is smiling! She
is not winning the game!
31 Present Continuous.
Questions. Short Answers
84 — Is Black Pirate sitting at the table?
— Yes, he is.
— Is Captain John sitting in front of him?
— No, he isn't. He isn't in the house.
— Is Black Pirate holding the map?
— No, he isn't.
— Is Captain John coming in now?
— Yes, he is.
— Are they talking?
— Yes, they are.
— Is Black Pirate giving Captain John the map?
— No, he isn't.. He is giving Captain John an envelope.
— Is Captain John opening the envelope?
— No, he isn't.. He is looking around.
— Are they opening the envelope now?
— Yes, they are.
— Are they holding the map now?
— Yes, they are.
— Are you looking at the map?
— Yes, I am. I am looking at it right now!
Now I know where the treasure is!
Let's go and find the treasure!

Автор : Юлия Иванова
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Увлекательный английский для детей 6-10 лет, которые только начали изучать этот язык. Простые детские объяснения элементарной английской грамматики понравятся ребенку, а сказочные сюжетные задания восхитят даже тех детей, которых никогда не привлекало изучение иностранных языков.

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"В королевстве английской грамматики" (Юлия Иванова) - это  увлекательный английский для детей 6-10 лет, которые только начали изучать этот язык. Простые детские объяснения элементарной английской грамматики с визуализацией непременно понравятся ребенку, а сказочно-сюжетные задания - упражнения увлекут даже тех детей, которых никогда не привлекало изучение английского языка. Кроме чисто грамматических заданий в книге также даются упражнения на пополнение словарного запаса и развитие речи.
К книге создано электронное приложение, на котором озвучены все упражнения и ответы книги, благодаря чему ребенок научится правильно произносить английские слова и предложения. В электронном приложении также даются ответы на все упражнения этой простой английской грамматики для детей.

 Содержание книги "В королевстве английской грамматики":

1. The Article "a / an" (Артикль в английском языке)
2. Plural Forms (Множественное число существительных)
3. Personal Pronouns (Личные местоимения)
4. The Verb "to be" (Глагол to be)
5. This - That
6. This - These
7. Thаt - Thоse
8. This - That - These - Those
9. What's this / that? What are these / those?
10. My, your, his, her, our, their (Притяжательные местоимения)
11. Possessive Case of Nouns (Притяжательный падеж существительных)
12. On, under, in, behind, near, at, between (Предлоги места в английском языке)
13. Over, in front of (Предлоги места в английском языке)
14. There is / are
15. Сравнение There is и It is
16. Some / Any.
17. Some or a / an?
18. Have got / Has got
19. Have got. Questions. Short Answers (Have got - вопрос, короткий ответ)
20. Вопросы с How much / How many
21. Can
22. Can - Can't (отрицательная форма глагола can)
23. Can. Questions. Short Answers (Вопросы с глаголом can. Краткий ответ)
24. Imperatives (Побудительные предложения)
25. The Present Simple Tense
26. Negations in Present Simple
27. Negations with "never" (Отрицания с never)
28. Present Simple. General Questions (Вопросы в Present Simple)
29. -ing form of the verb (Форма глагола на -ing)
30. The Present Continuous Tense
31. Present Continuous. Questions. Short Answers (Вопросы в Present Continuous)

Дополнительная информация
Категория Грамматика , Словарный запас
Классы Младшая школа
Уровни Beginner (с "нуля"), Elementary
Тип носителя Печатная книга
Тип обучающего материала Дополнительные пособия
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