Trick or Treat
6 Your Story
Our Fantastic Farm
10 Story with Pictures
“The Blue Ribbon”
Día de los Muertos
A Postcard from Vancouver
Disney 100: 100 Years of Animals
19 Look and Talk
At the Halloween Party
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SOLUTIONS FOR THE MAGAZINE
Trick or Treat; pp. 4–5
Task 1: 1 dress, 2 hat, 3 jacket, 4 jeans, 5 shirt, 6 shoe, 7 skirt, 8 sock, 9 T-shirt, 10 glasses, 11 belt, 12 boot.
Task 2: sword, broom
Task 3: The zombie has a brown jacket. The pirate and the witch have hats on their heads.
The vampire and the witch have white socks. The pirate girl has a blue skirt. She also has black boots. The witch has a belt on her skirt. The vampire has glasses on her face. The zombie has blue jeans. The pirate has a sword in her hand. The zombie has a blue face. The vampire has big teeth.
It’s a jack-o’-lantern.
Our Fantastic Farm; pp. 6–7
Task 4: Chocolate milk. / Chocolate eggs. / They can sing and dance. / They’re playing football. / He’s a horse. / He likes to read books. / There are some elephants.
Grammar Zone; pp. 8–9
Task 2: 1 He has got a car. 2 The cat has got a mouse. 3 They have got toys. 4 The monkey has got a banana. 5 She has got balloons.
Task 3: 1 No, she has not got / hasn’t got a blue skirt. 2 Yes, she has got / she’s got a broom. 3 Yes, she has got / she’s got a black hat. 4 Yes, she has got / she’s got an orange, black and purple shirt. 5 No, she has not got / hasn’t got yellow shoes.
The Blue Ribbon; pp. 10–11
Task 2: A 4th; B 2nd; C 5th; D 1st; E 3rd
Task 3: HALLOWEEN
Día de los Muertos; p. 14
Task: Sorted by eye colour
A Postcard from Vancouver; p. 15
Task: Pancakes with blueberries and maple syrup.
Colouring; p. 17
Two ghosts with five stars and the moon in the background.
Disney 100: 100 Years of Animals; p. 18
Look and Talk; pp. 19–20
Task 2: possible answers:
In picture A, Sandy has got a brown skirt, but in picture B, she has got a green skirt.
In picture A, there is a bat on the witch’s hat, but in picture B, there is a spider. (Or: The witch has got a bat on her hat in picture A, and she’s got a spider on her hat in picture B.)
In picture A, the cat has got blue eyes, but in picture B, it has got green eyes.
In picture A, the zombie has got a pink shirt, but in picture B, the zombie has got a yellow shirt.
In picture A, Morty has an orange bag, in picture B he has a brown bag.
In picture A, Jack has long trousers, in picture B he has short trousers.
In picture A, Sandy has got a parrot / toy bird, but in picture B, Sandy hasn’t got a parrot / toy bird. (Or: There’s a parrot /toy bird in picture A, but there isn’t a parrot / toy bird in picture B.)
In picture A, there is a happy jack-o’-lantern, but in picture B, there is a sad jack-o’-lantern.
In picture A, there are three bats, but in picture B, there are four bats.
In picture A, Jack has got some lemonade / a glass, but in picture B, he has got a hot drink / a cup.