Unit 2
Wild animals around us
Lesson 1
Defining animal categories.
cat
hamster
parrot
rabbit
eagle
deer
fox
duck
cow
sheep
donkey
dog
bird
park
field
pets
farm animals
wild animals
working animals
Do you see (dogs) every day?
Yes, I do. I see (dogs) every
day.
Do you live (near a park)?
No, I don't
How many types of b...
Lesson 2
Identifying wild animals from clues
spider
hedgehog
squirrel
snake
print
skin
nest
antler
web
That's a hedgehog's nest.

A hedgehog lives there.
Lesson 3
Studying nocturnal animals and their habits
bat
owl
feathers
upside down
cave
city
underground
mammals
A hedgehog lives in a nest
A bat files.
A fox doesn't fly.
Bats are mammals
Bats have got feathers
Bats fly upside down
Lesson 6
Identifying wild animals in the city
rat
mouse
plural- mice
lizard
squirrel
roofs
walls
park
bins
dark
bushes
trees
city
Wild animals live in the city.

Where do the rats live in the city?

They live underground.
Lesson 7
Rescuing animals in the city
vet
work
feed
look for
wash
examine
put
exercise
vaccinate
set free
lost
cage
in the morning
in the afternoon
in the evening
at night
She feeds the animals.

Does she look for lost animals?

Yes, she does.

No, she doen't.
Lesson 8
Studying birds.
world
Arctic
Antartic
countryside
woodlands
feathers
hole
beak
wings
tail
build
hunt
migrate
robin
magpie
swallon
Birds live all over the world.
This bird lives in woodlands.

It's got red feathers.
Has it got black and white feathers?

How wide is the robin's wingspan?

How long is the magpie?
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Unit 2

  1. 1. Unit 2 Wild animals around us
  2. 2. Lesson 1 Defining animal categories.
  3. 3. cat
  4. 4. hamster
  5. 5. parrot
  6. 6. rabbit
  7. 7. eagle
  8. 8. deer
  9. 9. fox
  10. 10. duck
  11. 11. cow
  12. 12. sheep
  13. 13. donkey
  14. 14. dog
  15. 15. bird
  16. 16. park
  17. 17. field
  18. 18. pets
  19. 19. farm animals
  20. 20. wild animals
  21. 21. working animals
  22. 22. Do you see (dogs) every day? Yes, I do. I see (dogs) every day. Do you live (near a park)? No, I don't How many types of birds do you see?
  23. 23. Lesson 2 Identifying wild animals from clues
  24. 24. spider
  25. 25. hedgehog
  26. 26. squirrel
  27. 27. snake
  28. 28. print
  29. 29. skin
  30. 30. nest
  31. 31. antler
  32. 32. web
  33. 33. That's a hedgehog's nest. A hedgehog lives there.
  34. 34. Lesson 3 Studying nocturnal animals and their habits
  35. 35. bat
  36. 36. owl
  37. 37. feathers
  38. 38. upside down
  39. 39. cave
  40. 40. city
  41. 41. underground
  42. 42. mammals
  43. 43. A hedgehog lives in a nest A bat files. A fox doesn't fly. Bats are mammals Bats have got feathers Bats fly upside down
  44. 44. Lesson 6 Identifying wild animals in the city
  45. 45. rat
  46. 46. mouse plural- mice
  47. 47. lizard
  48. 48. squirrel
  49. 49. roofs
  50. 50. walls
  51. 51. park
  52. 52. bins
  53. 53. dark
  54. 54. bushes
  55. 55. trees
  56. 56. city
  57. 57. Wild animals live in the city. Where do the rats live in the city? They live underground.
  58. 58. Lesson 7 Rescuing animals in the city
  59. 59. vet
  60. 60. work
  61. 61. feed
  62. 62. look for
  63. 63. wash
  64. 64. examine
  65. 65. put
  66. 66. exercise
  67. 67. vaccinate
  68. 68. set free
  69. 69. lost
  70. 70. cage
  71. 71. in the morning
  72. 72. in the afternoon
  73. 73. in the evening
  74. 74. at night
  75. 75. She feeds the animals. Does she look for lost animals? Yes, she does. No, she doen't.
  76. 76. Lesson 8 Studying birds.
  77. 77. world
  78. 78. Arctic
  79. 79. Antartic
  80. 80. countryside
  81. 81. woodlands
  82. 82. feathers
  83. 83. hole
  84. 84. beak
  85. 85. wings
  86. 86. tail
  87. 87. build
  88. 88. hunt
  89. 89. migrate
  90. 90. robin
  91. 91. magpie
  92. 92. swallon
  93. 93. Birds live all over the world. This bird lives in woodlands. It's got red feathers.
  94. 94. Has it got black and white feathers? How wide is the robin's wingspan? How long is the magpie?

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