Task 1. How many are there?
One little apple on a tree, two apples for you and me,
Three apples by the door, and four apples on the floor.
The apples are good and sweet. Can you count them all, Pete?____________
Task 2. How many are there?
One apple, two apples, three apples, four.
Five apples, six apples, seven apples more.
Now tell me, little Paul, can you count them all? __________________
Task 3. How many are there?
How much is one plus one? - __________apples growing in the sun.
How much is two plus two?- ___________apples for little Sue.
How much is three plus three?- ________ apples on the apple-tree.
How much is four plus four?- ________________red apples and no more.
Task 4. Read the story. Поставь 1 перед правильным ответом и 2 перед смешным ответом.
A grandfather gives Ann an apple. “What must you say?” asks her mother. “__________________________” says Ann.
Thank you. b) Give me one more. c) No, thank you.
Does Ann like apples? - _____________________________
Task 5. Would you like to have an apple? Do the “Apple Crossword” and take an apple from your envelope.
1.You can sit on it. 2. It helps you to see when it is dark. 3. There are apples on it. 4. You can eat it in autumn.
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