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1 Wild animals Snails like eating plants. 1 Listen and number the pictures. The African grasslands 33 eagle monkey lion snake zebra crocodile flamingo elephant 2 Ask your classmates and mark the boxes. Student A: What s your favourite wild animal? Student B: The monkey. l lion crocodile flamingo eagle monkey zebra snake elephant 40 Unit 4 Wild animals

2 1 Listen and complete the song. 34 Happy animals like splashing in the river, Splashing in the river, Splashing in the river. like splashing in the river, And they re happy all day long. Other verses 2. like sleeping in the sun. 1. like climbing up the trees. 3. like standing on one leg. 4. like swimming in the river. Listen and sing the song. 2 Play The guessing game. Student A: I like climbing up the trees. Student B: You re a monkey. Look at grammar! I like sleeping. They like splashing. Unit 4 Wild animals 41

3 Greedy Zebra This is a story from the beginning of time. The animals live in the jungle. They look different from animals we see today because they haven t got coats. They are all a dull grey colour. One day, a big cave opens in the ground. The lion and the elephant look in the cave. They see something incredible! In the cave there are a lot of new coats of different colours: red, orange, green, brown, silver and gold. There are big coats, small coats and tiny coats. The lion and the elephant tell the other animals about the cave. All the animals go quickly to the cave. But Greedy Zebra stays by the river eating grass. He likes eating a lot. I have got lots of time to visit the cave, thinks Greedy Zebra. Lots of time. 1 Read and match the questions with the answers What colour are the animals? 2.What do the animals find in the cave? 3.What does Greedy Zebra like doing? He likes eating. They are grey. They find lots of new coats.

4 Greedy Zebra eats and eats. Suddenly, he sees a flash of orange. It is the tiger, and she is a beautiful orange colour with black stripes. Do you like my new coat? asks the tiger. It s from the cave. Oh! thinks Greedy Zebra. I want a new coat, too. So he goes to the cave. On the way, he sees a small bush. Yum, yum. Greedy Zebra really likes eating. He eats the bush and goes on his way. But soon he sees a bit of grass, and then another. Delicious! From time to time he sees other animals. They are all wearing beautiful coats. The giraffe is yellow and brown, the lion is a gold colour, the snake is red and green, the flamingo is pink. Even the crocodile is a wonderful green colour. I want a red and gold coat and a pink tail, thinks Zebra. He has a last bite and runs to the cave. Of course, Greedy Zebra is the last animal to arrive. But where are the colourful coats? There are only a few pieces of black skin. Zebra cuts the pieces and makes his coat. Oh, no! he thinks. It s very small. Zebra puts on his new black coat. It s very tight! Greedy Zebra goes to the river and has a bite of a bush. Pop! His coat opens. He has another bite. Pop! And another. Pop! Pop! The black coat opens and his fat, white tummy sticks out. Today we can see the zebra s fat tummy sticking out of his coat because he is so greedy. 1 Read and colour the animals Read and circle T (True) or F (False). 1.Zebra likes the tiger s coat. T / F 4.Zebra finds lots of coats. T / F 2.He wants a new coat. T / F 5.He makes a red coat. T / F 3.He gets to the cave first. T / F 6.Zebra s new coat is very big. T / F 43

5 1 Listen and sing the song. 37 Add a line to each new verse. The mixed-up monster I m a mixed-up monster and this is my song. Listen to me tell you what s wrong. I have got the zebra s coat... But there s more to say. I m a mixed-up monster in lots of ways. 1. the elephant s ears 2. the crocodile s claws 3. the flamingo s feathers 4. the monkey s tail 5. the duck s wings 6. the parrot s beak 7. the lion s mane Number the parts of the monster. 2 Circle the words and draw a monster. My monster s got... the eagle s head / the monkey s head the flamingo s wings / the duck s wings the snake s skin / the tiger s coat the zebra s body / the elephant s body the crocodile s legs / the giraffe s legs the lion s tail / the parrot s tail Tell a classmate about your monster. Look at grammar! the monkey s tail the duck s wings 44 Unit 4 Wild animals

6 1 Listen and connect the words. 38 wing crocodile stripe night fly sing lion flamingo winter spring hip why 2 Read the texts out loud. 39 Birds in the sky I come with the wind in spring. I open my wings. Hear me sing! In the black night I fly, Looking for mice, from the sky. Match the verses with the pictures. 3 Circle the correct options before you read the text. 1.Are elephants wild animals? 2.Are elephants useful to people? Read the text and complete the tasks. Elephants live in grasslands and in forests. Elephants are huge animals. They ve got enormous bodies and very long trunks. Some elephants work in forests. They are massive animals but they are sometimes in great danger. Elephants need a lot of space and a lot of food. Sometimes hunters kill elephants because they want their tusks. 1.Where do elephants live? Circle the answers. Forests. Cities. Mountains. Grasslands. 2.Circle three words in the text that mean big. 3.What do elephants need? They need and. 4.Why are elephants in danger? Elephants are in danger because. Unit 4 Wild animals 45

7 The Serengeti Park is in Tanzania, Africa. There are many different animals in the Serengeti. The Serengeti Park 5 AFRICA Label the coats and number the animals. 6 2 Play Safari observation. Student A: What can you see in the picture? Student B: I can see the monkey s tail. zebra 46 Unit 4 Wild animals

8 FUN ANIMAL FACTS! MORE FUN ANIMAL FACTS! Giraffes can clean their ears with their tongues. Giraffes can t jump. Some snakes can eat monkeys and pigs. Snakes can t hear. Baby lions can t see. A thirsty lion can drink for 20 minutes. Eagles can see very far. They can see a rabbit 1.5 km away! Eagles can t lift heavy things. 1 Read the texts and complete the tasks. 1. Underline one thing each animal can do. 2. Circle one thing each animal can t do. 2 Listen and tick ( ) the correct options No, they can t. 4 No, they can t. 2 No, they can t. 5 No, they can t. 3 No, they can t. 6 No, they can t. 3 Answer the questions. 1. Can giraffes clean their ears with their feet? 2. Can a lion drink for 20 minutes? Your own wildlife park 1. In groups, draw a map for your park. 2. Write a list of the animals that live in the park. 3. Think of a name for the park. 4. Write about the animals and make a brochure. Unit 4 Wild animals 47

9 1 Read the text and complete the chart. Koko is a very clever gorilla. She can t speak, but she can understand 2,000 words. Koko can use sign language. She can paint very well. She can read her favourite story, but she can t write or do Maths. She likes eating apples and nuts, and she likes playing with her kittens. Koko can turn on the TV. Her favourite film is Finding Nemo. Can Koko Yes No turn on the TV? do Maths? paint? speak? write? Test a classmate s memory. Student A: Can Koko paint? Student B: Yes, she can. 2 Ask a classmate and circle the correct options. You need Cutout 1. Florida s Centre for Great Apes In this centre there are lots of orangutans and chimpanzees. Some of them are very special. Mari Grub She can / can t use her legs and feet. She can / can t play computer games. She can / can t do puzzles. She can / can t climb trees. She can / can t walk. He can / can t use sign language. He can / can t communicate with the other monkeys. He can / can t speak. He can / can t paint. He can / can t play with the dog. 48 Unit 4 Wild animals

10 1 Make crazy animals. You need Cutout 2. Materials scissors glue card Instructions 1.Cut out the pieces. Mix them up to make funny animals. 2.Glue the pieces to the card. 3.Make up a name for your animal. Complete the information about your animal. My animal is a. It has got the s head, the s body, the s tail and the s legs. It can. It can t. It likes. My animal is a zeraffe. It has got the zebra s head, the giraffe s body, the monkey s tail and the tiger s legs. It can run very fast. It can t climb trees. It likes eating leaves. Look at grammar! Can it fly? Yes, it can. / No, it can t. Can they swim? / No, they can t. 2 Role-play: Going to the crazy zoo. 41 What a funny animal! What is it? Can it fly? No, it can t. It s a zeraffe. Can it swim? Yes, it can. Unit 4 Wild animals 49

11 1 Complete the tasks. Underline can or can t in red. Underline I or you in green. I can t ride a bike. I can play the violin. I can swim. Can you play the piano? Classify the sentences. Can you speak English? I can t dance the cancan. Positive sentences Negative sentences Questions Circle the correct options. 1.In questions, the first word is can. 2.In positive sentences, the first word is can. 3.In positive sentences, the second word is can. 4.In negative sentences, the second word is can. 5.In negative sentences, the first word is can. Find two reptiles on page Play The animal quiz game. You need Cutout 3. 1.Cut out the quiz cards. Can zebras swim? 2.Play with a classmate. Ask about the animals abilities. 50 Unit 4 Wild animals

12 Answer the questions. 1.Can you swim? 2.Can you eat rocks? 3.Can you touch your nose with your elbow? 4.Can you do sign language? 5.Can you run very fast? 6.Can you climb trees? Complete the chart about yourself and ask two classmates. Do you like? Me Complete the sentences. Use the information in the chart. 1.I like and. 2.I don t like but I like. 3.likes and. 4.likes but he/she doesn t like. 5.likes and. Unit 4 Wild animals 51

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