By Mark Twain
Vintage / American English Tom Sawyer loves adventures. He has them at domestic, in class, and together with his associates --Huck Finn, Joe Harper, and Becky Thatcher. Tom has one event in a graveyard, one in an outdated apartment, one in a cave. Who does he see in these places--and why is he afraid?
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1 2 3 4 \" 37 \ 1 , LESSON General Objects (pages 38 and 39) NOTES These pictures of common nouns are designed to be used with adjectives. Useful language Notes The chocolate is nice. The raincoat is wet. Nice chocolate. A wet raincoat. Standard games and activities (see Section 3 pages 7-11) Notes        What's on the Card? Line Solitaire Noughts and Crosses Three in a Row Take an adjective card and find a noun it could describe. expensive: house/car/radio Kim's Game Matching Pairs True or False?
Use the blank master to make more sets of families. ------ PMa 10 11 12 33 dM LESSON Big, Bigger, Biggest (pages 34 and 35) NOTES Useful language Notes dogs tiny small medium big large enormous pullovers cheap reasonably priced dear expensive skirts short medium-length knee-length calf-length ankle-length long parcels light heavy + comparatives/superlatives of all these Standard games and activities (see Section 3 pages 7-11) Notes         What's on the Card? Line Solitaire Noughts and Crosses Three in a Row Charades Matching Pairs Guessing Game This dog is bigger than number 2, but smaller than number 4.
The table is (square). 24 Patterns Adjective + noun Describing clothes 26 Happy families (1) Have you got a (checked shirt)? 28 Happy families (2) Have you got a (thin dog)? 30 Odd one out: materials I can see a (wooden) chair. 32 Twelve bottles Adjective + noun 34 Big, bigger, biggest Comparatives and superlatives 36 It's too ... It's (much) too (big). It's not (big) enough. 38 General objects Matching adjectives + nouns 40 Two bedrooms Comparing rooms The hotel room is more comfortable than the tent.