UNIT 11. MISS MOUSE’S GARDEN
Lesson 11.3 Picking Vegetables
1. Do you know these words? Match them to the pictures.
2. Name as many juicy fruits and berries as you can.
3. Match the descriptions to the names of fruit and berries.
A. It grows on a tree.
It can be green or yellow. It is not round.
B. It is oval. It is not sweet.
It grows on a tree.
It is yellow. It is sour.
C. It is long. It is yellow. It is sweet.
It is not sour.
D. It is small. It can be red or yellow. It is juicy and sweet. It grows on a tree.
E. It can be sweet or sour.
It doesn’t grow on a tree.
It can be green or blue.
F. It is big and round. It grows on a tree. It is very juicy.
It can be sweet or sour.
G. It is small. It is not round.
It doesn’t grow on a tree. It is very sweet and tasty.
H. It can be oval or round.
It can be yellow or blue.
It is juicy and sweet.
I. It is big and juicy. It grows on a tree. It can be yellow, red and orange.
4. Do you know these words?
5. Read and say which three words from Task 4 are not in the story.
Miss Mouse wanted to call for help, but couldn’t find the phone. Then finally she found it where some peppers grew. She called her best friend Field Mouse. She asked him to come quickly.
“Ask everyone to come!” she cried. “There are lots of vegetables!”
So everyone in Mouseville ran out to help Miss Mouse. “Where are you?” they cried helplessly.
“We cannot see your house!”
“My garden’s growing everywhere!” she shouted. “Please, start picking vegetables because I cannot get out!”
And so they started picking fruit and vegetables. They picked more vegetables than you can see in any shop.
(After Michaela Muntean)
6. Read and say “true” or “false”.
A. Miss Mouse found the phone but couldn’t call her friend.
B. Finally her best friend called Miss Mouse.
C. Miss Mouse asked her neighbours to eat vegetables quickly.
D. Her neighbours came and called her helplessly.
E. Other mice started picking everything that grew in Miss Mouse’s garden.
F. The mice couldn’t get out of the garden.
7. Write what 2 fruits and 2 vegetables you like/dislike and why. Compare some of them.
Use these words:
I like… because…
I don’t like… because…
I like… more than… because…