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2 Table of Contents Unit Clothes & Appearance Talk Point Word Point Reading Point Pattern Point 5 9 Unit Senses Talk Point Word Point Reading Point Pattern Point Speech Script

3 A Talk Point Read and match. Unit Clothes & Appearance How much is it? I d like the pink one. I m sure you will like it. It s 0 dollars. Which one do you like? I hope so. B Read and number May I help you? Then, I ll take it. Yes, please. I m looking for a sweater for my mom. It s her birthday. How much is it? That's so nice. The sweaters are on this table here. Which one do you like? It s 0 dollars. I m sure your mom will love it. I d like the pink one. That s a very pretty one. I hope so. Unit / Clothes & Appearance

4 C How much is the shirt? It s 5 dollars. Then, I ll take it. I m sure you will love it. I hope so. D $5 : How much is the blouse? : It s 5 dollars. : May I help you? : Yes, please. I m looking for a skirt for my sister. Unit / Clothes & Appearance

5 A Word Point Look and match. Alice Monica Tammy Maggie Tammy a jacket and a skirt Alice a sweater and pants Monica a dress Maggie a T-shirt and shorts B Look and circle the correct one. The woman is wearing a white ( shirt / blouse ). The boy is wearing blue ( jeans / shorts ). The woman is wearing a green ( skirt / shorts ). The boy is wearing a purple ( shirt / sweater ). Unit / Clothes & Appearance 5

6 C What is she wearing? She is wearing a blouse and a skirt. What is he wearing? He is wearing a T-shirt and shorts. What is she wearing? She is wearing a sweater and a skirt. What is he wearing? D He is wearing a shirt and pants. Match and write.. He has c urly hair. She has w avy hair. She has g ray hair. She has b lond hair. 6 Unit / Clothes & Appearance

7 E Sandra Olivia Bill Paul Name Hair Eyes Bill curly red black Paul short gray green Sandra wavy blond brown Olivia straight (long) black blue F He has short blond hair and blue eyes. She has straight (long) black hair and black eyes. He has curly brown hair and brown eyes. She has curly red hair and green eyes. Unit / Clothes & Appearance 7

8 G Look, match, and write. He has black eyes. He has green eyes. He has a mustache. He has blue eyes. He has a beard. He has brown eyes. H He is wearing a red sweater and black shorts. He has short brown hair and brown eyes. She is wearing a yellow dress. She has wavy (long) red hair and green eyes. He is wearing a blue sweater and brown pants. He has curly black hair and black eyes. She is wearing a purple dress. She has long blond hair and blue eyes. 8 Unit / Clothes & Appearance

9 Reading Point Look at the student book P.. A Write T(True) or F(False). T Jack can t find Mr. Jones on page 7 of the school yearbook. T Jack thinks Emily can help him. F Emily doesn t have the school yearbook. F Mr. Jones doesn t work at the school. 5 F Emily thinks Mr. Jones is silly. B Choose the best answer. What is Jack looking for? Mr. Jones photo the yearbook Emily s photo What does Mr. Jones have? a beard a mustache a beard and a mustache What is not in the yearbook? photos of the students photos of the teachers photos of the custodians Why is Jack looking for Mr. Jones now? Because he is going to meet Mr. Jones. Because he doesn t know Mr. Jones. Because he wants to get help from Mr. Jones. 5 What does Mr. Jones look like? He is tall and has long blond hair. He is short and has short black hair. He is tall and has short black hair. Unit / Clothes & Appearance 9

10 C Read and match. Jack can t find Mr. Jones photo in the yearbook, so she can help Jack. Jack thinks Emily always knows everything, because the custodian s photos are not in it. Emily knows Mr. Jones, because he thinks she always knows everything. D Emily thinks Jack is silly, Choose and write. but Emily doesn t think so. People think bears are lazy and silly. There are many beautiful photos in this album. He always helps me. He is a nice person. Open your books and look at the pictures on page 0. 5 Don t worry. Everything is OK. everything photos page silly nice 0 Unit / Clothes & Appearance

11 Point! Pattern Point A Read, look, and write the names. Kate is the girl in the T-shirt and skirt. Laura is the girl in the sweater and shorts. And Maggie is the girl in the Jacket and skirt. Laura Kate Maggie B Look, choose, and write. En Which boy is your friend? Which girl is your sister? My friend is the boy in the blue T-shirt. My sister is the girl in the pink dress. Which girl is your friend? My friend is the girl in the orange skirt. Which boy is your brother? My brother is the boy in the brown shorts. orange skirt brown shorts pink dress blue T-shirt Unit / Clothes & Appearance

12 C Unscramble and match. Kate is the girl in the white blouse. ( white / girl / in / the / blouse / the ) Sara is the girl in the yellow skirt. ( skirt / the / in / girl / yellow / the ) John is the boy in the red shirt. ( the / in / red / boy / the / shirt ) l Mary is the girl in the blue shorts. ( girl / shorts / the / in / the / blue ) D uncle Who s the girl in the pink dress? She s my sister. aunt Who s the boy in the orange shirt and blue jeans? He s my brother. Who s the man in the black suit? He s my uncle. Who s the woman in the white blouse and red skirt? brother sister mom She s my mom. Unit / Clothes & Appearance

13 E Look and match. He has curly black hair and green eyes. She has wavy red hair and black eyes. She has long blond hair and brown eyes. F He has short brown hair and blue eyes. She has straight (long) black and blue eyes. hair He has and short brown blond eyes. hair He has and short black gray eyes. hair She has and wavy green brown eyes. hair Unit / Clothes & Appearance

14 G My uncle is the man with short black hair and black eyes. My sister is the girl with curly red hair and blue eyes. My brother is the boy with short blond hair and green eyes. My aunt is the woman with long (wavy) brown hair and brown eyes. H Which woman is your mom? My mom is the woman with wavy brown hair and blue eyes. Which boy is your friend? My friend is the boy with short black hair and black eyes. Which woman is your teacher? My teacher is the woman with long blond hair and blue eyes. Which boy is your brother? My brother is the boy with curly brown hair and green eyes. Unit / Clothes & Appearance

15 I My brother is the boy in the orange shirt and green shorts. My sister is the girl pants in the yellow blouse and brown. My friend is the girl in the red T-shirt and pink skirt. My friend is the boy jeans in the white sweater and blue. J What does he look like? He has curly brown hair and brown eyes. What does she look like? She has straight (long) black hair and black eyes. What does he look like? He has short blond hair and blue eyes. What does she look like? She has curly red hair and green eyes. Unit / Clothes & Appearance 5

16 K Tom Peter Chris Bob Who s the boy in the white T-shirt and red shorts? He s Tom. Which boy is Chris? He is the boy with short black hair and black eyes. What does Bob look like? He has curly hair and Which boy is Peter? He is the boy in the orange sweater and blue jeans. L My uncle is the man in the green T-shirt and blue jeans. He has curly brown hair and green eyes. My mom is the woman in the orange blouse and red skirt. She has long blond hair and blue eyes. My dad is the man in the white shirt and orange pants. He has short brown hair and brown eyes. My aunt is the woman in the purple dress. She has curly red hair and green eyes. 6 Unit / Clothes & Appearance

17 Talk Point Unit Senses A Read and match. How would you like your chicken? No more, thanks. Are you ready to order? Grilled, please. Anything else? Yes, please. I d like chicken, toast, and coffee. B Read and number Yes, please. I d also like something sweet for my toast. No more, thanks. How would you like your chicken: grilled, baked, or fried? You can find jam and honey here, on the table. Anything else? Are you ready to order? Grilled, please. Is everything OK? Would you like some more coffee? Yes, please. I d like chicken, toast, and coffee. Unit / Senses 7

18 C Are you ready to order? Yes, please. I d like fish. How would you like your fish? Baked, please. Anything else? No more, thanks. D : Are you ready to order? : Yes, please. I d like fish. : How would you like your chicken? : Grilled, please. 8 Unit / Senses

19 A Word Point Look and match. feel hot taste sweet feel soft taste spicy B Look and check. taste t spicy taste salty feel soft feel cold feel rough feel hard taste salty taste sour 5 taste sweet taste bitter 6 feel hard feel hot Unit / Senses 9

20 C Choose and write. taste sour. feel soft. taste sweet. 5 6 feel smooth. taste bitter. feel rough. bitter smooth rough sweet soft sour D Look and match. ugly sound look delicious taste smell good beautiful 0 Unit / Senses

21 E Look and unscramble. It sounds awful. ( fwlau ) It looks beautiful. ( ebatfuilu ) It sounds wonderful. ( frwnoedul ) It smells delicious. ( slcioiued ) F Choose and write. It looks cute. It smells awful. 5 It sounds wonderful. 6 It looks ugly. It smells delicious. It looks graceful. cute wonderful delicious awful graceful ugly Unit / Senses

22 G Match and write. It looks It feels It tastes It smells cute. rough. sweet. bad. H Check and write. hard soft Se En h spicy sweet It feels soft. It tastes spicy. good bad ugly graceful It smells bad. It looks graceful. 5 6 wonderful awful hot cold It sounds wonderful. It feels cold. Unit / Senses

23 Reading Point Look at the student book P.. A Write T(True) or F(False). T Blind people can read books with their hands. T Blind people use their hands and touch something. F Blind people can t hear music. F Blind people can smell food, but they can t taste it. 5 T Blind people can learn everything in a different way. B Choose the best answer. What can t blind people do? smell flowers watch htv touch animals Why can t blind people see beautiful flowers? Because they can t use their hands. Because they can t use their ears. Because they can t use their eyes. What do blind people use to read books? their hands their ears their eyes What can blind people learn about gimchi? How does it look and smell? How does it sound and taste? How does it smell and taste? Unit / Senses

24 C Read and match. Blind people can t use their eyes. They hear something next to them. Blind people use their hands. But they can learn a lot without them. Blind people use their ears. They can touch something. D Blind people can t see food. Choose and write. But they can smell and taste it. May I use your camera? You should not touch anything in the museum. I painted a picture in many different colors. She can t read books without glasses. 5 Rabbits have longer ears than cats. without ears use touch different Unit / Senses

25 Point! Pattern Point A Look and match. How does it feel? How does it smell? How does it taste? How does it look? B Look and check. It smells good. It sounds good. It looks soft. It feels soft. It feels sweet. It tastes sweet. It smells ugly. It looks ugly. Unit / Senses 5

26 C Read and match. I saw a picture. It tasted sweet. I ate chocolate. It sounded awful. I touched a scarf. It looked beautiful. I heard loud music. It felt soft. D Look, check, and write. good bad rough smooth How does it smell? It smells good. How does it feel? It feels rough. wonderful awful sour spicy How does it sound? It sounds awful. How does it taste? It tastes sour. 6 Unit / Senses

27 E Match and circle. How does it taste? It tastes ( bitter / sweet ). How does it smell? It feels ( rough / smooth ). How does it look? It looks ( beautiful / ugly ). How does it feel? It smells ( good / bad ). F How does it sound? wonderful It sounds wonderful. How does it taste? spicy It tastes spicy. How does it look? cute rough It looks cute. How does it feel? It feels rough. Unit / Senses 7

28 G Does it smell good? Does it look beautiful? Yes, it does. It smells good. No, it doesn t. It looks ugly. Does it taste sweet? Does it feel rough? Yes, it does. It tastes sweet. No, it doesn t. It feels smooth. H Does it feel soft or rough? It feels rough. Does it look beautiful or ugly? It looks ugly. Does it taste sour or spicy? It tastes sour. Does it smell good or bad? It smells bad. 8 Unit / Senses

29 I How does it taste? How does it smell? It tastes delicious. It smells bad. How does it sound? How does it look? It sounds awful. It looks cute. J cute / soft bad / good soft / sweet bad / wonderful The rabbit looks cute. It feels soft, too. The gimchi smells bad. But it tastes good. The cotton candy feels soft. It tastes sweet, too. The piano looks bad. But it sounds wonderful. Unit / Senses 9

30 K graceful How does it look? It looks graceful. soft The piano looks bad? It The piano looks bad. L sweet The piano looks bad? It The piano looks bad. S wonderful The piano looks bad? It The piano looks bad. Ė ( awful / wonderful ) Does it sound awful? Yes, it does. It sounds awful. ( sweet / sour ) Does it taste sour No, it doesn t. It tastes sweet.? ( hot / cold ) Does it feel hot? No, it doesn t. It feels cold. ( ugly / beautiful ) Does it look beautiful? Yes, it does. It looks beautiful. 0 Unit / Senses

31 Speech Script Fill in the blanks. I really (. hate ) parties. Let (. me )tell you (. why ). Last week I (. went ) to a very big party. Here are some ( 5. photos ). You can see the ( 6. people ) at the party. You can see my ( 7. friend ), Hanna. She looks good. She s the girl ( 8. in ) the beautiful ( 9. red ) dress. She says the party was ( 0. wonderful ). But I don t (. think ) so. Can you see me, (. next ) to the piano? I m the boy in the gray (. jacket ) and blue (. pants ). The jacket and pants are ( 5. new ). I ( 6. also ) had to ( 7. buy ) a new shirt. But Hanna ( 8. didn t ) even notice! In my ( 9. new ) clothes, it ( 0. felt ) hot in that room. And the music was too (. loud )! I couldn't even (. talk ) to Hanna. There was a lot of (. food ) on a big table. It (. smelled ) really good. But the pizza tasted ( 5. salty ). The lemonade e was ( 6. sour ). Gross! My mom and dad are ( 7. talking ) about ( 8. another ) party next ( 9. month ). But I say, ( 0. no ) thanks. No (. more ) big parties (. for ) me! But, (. maybe ) if Hanna is there... Speech Script

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