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WHAT ANIMALS DO Дружина Наталья Игоревна
Noises animals make tweet meow moo oink baa -cock-a-doodle-doo woof
Note: All these verbs are regular. Cats meow when they‘re hungry and purr when they‘re happy. Dogs bark. They also growl when they‘re angry. Lions roar. Sheep and goats bleat, horses neigh, pigs grunt, cows moo. Frogs croak and ducks quack. Roosters/Cocks crow, hens cluck, birds chirp, owls hoot.
Movements animals make Birds fly Fish swim
Movements animals make Butterflies flutter Kangaroos hop
Movements animals make Snakes slitter Horses trot, canter, and gallop
Babies animals have Cat have ____ and dogs have ____ . Cat have kittens and dogs have puppies. Horses have ____. Pigs have ____. Horses have foals. Pigs have piglet. Sheep have ____. Cows have ____. Sheep have lambs. Cows have calves. Bears, wolves, and lions have _____. Bears, wolves, and lions have cubs. Ducks have ____. Hens lay eggs from which ____ hatch. Ducks have duckling. Hens lay eggs from which chickens hatch. Tadpoles turn into ____. Caterpillars turn into ______. Tadpoles turn into frogs. Caterpillars turn into butterflies.
People and animals People are often compared to animals. These adjectives can be used about people. Catty: malicious Mousy: dull, uninteresting Sheepish: embarrassed, bashful Foxy: sly, cunning; attractive (informal) Dogged: stubborn; persistent Cocky: arrogant
Match the verb with the sounds. Chirp baa-baaa Bleat tweet-tweet Bark oink-oink Grunt cock-a-doodle-doo Crow woof-woof Chirp baa-baa Bleat tweet-tweet Bark oink-oink Grunt cock-a-doodle-doo Crow woof-woof
Complete the following text, putting the appropriate missing verbs into the correct form. It is not really all that peaceful out in the country. Yesterday I was awakened at dawn when the rooster started …1… . The cows soon began …2… and this woke the dogs, who …3… until the horses started …4… . Lots of hens …5… right outside my window, so I got up. I tripped over the cat, who was lying in the sun at the front door, but she didn‘t even stop …6… . Crowing Mooing Barked Neighing Were clucking Purring
Most of the verb in A and all the verbs in B can also be used to describe sounds and movements made by humans. Mark the following statements TRUE or FALSE. If someone growls at you, they are probably in a bad mood. TRUE If someone croaks, they might have a sore throat. TRUE If someone hoots, they are probably very unhappy. FALSE –hoot, when used about people, is often followed by the phrase “with laughter” If someone barks at you, they sound somewhat angry or abrupt. TRUE If someone grunts when you ask something, they are showing a lot of interest in what you have said. FALSE-grunting at someone suggest a lack of interest in that person.
In the following notices, fill in the names of the appropriate young animal. Newborn …… for sale. Pedigree spaniel. Puppy or puppies ( a spaniel is a kind of dog)
Good home wanted for six ……. . All toms. Already house-trained. Past Siamese. Very intelligent. Kittens (a tom is a male cat and a Siamese is a kind of cat)
Come and see the brand- new polar bear … at the zoo. Cub (s) (polar bears, like all other bears, have cubs)
Hadley Farm open this weekend. All children will enjoy the chance to hold the baby … and stroke their soft wool. Lambs (wool comes from sheep)
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