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    School subjects and objects + have got + likes and dislikes
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  • You use it in maths lessons to add, substract, divide or multiply
    Calculator
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  • You use it in English or Spanish lessons when you don't know the meaning of a word
    Dictionary
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  • You need ................. to cut paper
    Scissors
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  • Students need a ......................... to do their homework. They can write in pen or pencil.
    Notebook
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  • You use ... to write on the blackboard.
    Chalk
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  • We learn about the world countries in .... lessons.
    Geography
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  • You need a calculator for ................. lessons
    Maths
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  • You need paint, scissors and glue in ....................... lessons
    Art
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  • We are learning about Colombus and the discovery of America in ....................... lessons.
    History
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  • You can learn about Shakespeare and other writers in ......................... lessons.
    Literature
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  • You don't need a textbook but you need trainers in ................... lessons.
    P.E.
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  • Translate: él no tiene dos hermanas
    He hasn't got two sisters
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  • I have got a bike. ____ bike is red.
    My
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  • Translate: ellos tienen una casa en Londres
    They have got a house in London
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  • This is my sister. ___ hair is long
    Her
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  • We study here. This is ____ classroom.
    Our
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  • My laptop is here (near). This / That / These / Those is my laptop
    This is my laptop
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  • Our books are there (far). This / That / These / Those are our books.
    Those are our books
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  • Her car is there (far). This / That / These / Those is her car.
    That is her car
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  • Say the date: 01/01
    First (1st) of January
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  • Which is the eleventh month of the year?
    November
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  • Which is the fourth day of thw week?
    Thursday
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  • When is Halloween?
    The thirty-first (31st) of October
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