Friday, 28 October 2011

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.10


Underline the correct answer.
1.This shirt is ( clean , dirty , colourful ), it needs to
be washed. 

2.( Tigers , Rhinos , Bears ) belong to the cat family. 
3.It is difficult to live in a ( peninsula , grassland , desert )
 because there is little water. 

4.This ( snake , worm , mammal ) is a king cobra. 
5.This roll of ( photograph , picture , film ) was taken
during our holiday in Pulau Langkawi. 

6.Julian is feeling ( well , sick , tired ), his forehead feels hot. 
7.The boy is too ( tall , short , high ) to reach for the bell
 in the bus. 

8.The baby is learning to ( pedal , step , roll ) his tricycle. 
9.My brother and his friends enjoy listening to the
( television , radio , computer ). 

10.The ( time , alarm clock , ball ) went off at 7 o'clock. 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.9


Underline the correct answer.
1.The farmer is clearing the hay in the barn with a
( broom , mop , rake ). 

2.Be careful when ( climbing , scaling , rolling ) up the

3.( Groupers , Sharks , Penguins ) can smell blood in the
water up to half a kilometre away. 

4.( Pumpkin , Cabbage , Brinjal ) is an orange-coloured
vegetable with a spherical shape. 

5.The ( television , radio , telephone ) is ringing. 
6.Peacocks have beautiful ( fur , feathers , hairs ). 
7.What is your ( oldness , age , years )? 
8.( Whales , Sealions , Dolphins ) sense things in the
water by making high-pitched sounds. 

9.We celebrate Christmas in the month of ( October ,
 December , January ). 

10.Please throw this sweet wrapper into the waste paper
( basket , pail , bucket ). 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.8


Underline the correct answer.
1.Let Nick ( go , follow , walk ) along with you to the movie. 
2.The navy uses ( boats , ships , submarines ) to go deep
into the sea to avoid being detected by the enemy. 

3.Caterpillars develop into ( bees , moths , dragonflies ). 
4.The carpenter uses a ( hammer , saw , pliers ) to cut
 planks into smaller pieces. 

5.We'll be using needles and ( threads , strings , lines ) for
our sewing class tomorrow. 

6.Seals and ( sharks , sealions , crocodiles ) belong to the
 same family.

7.( Kites , Helicopters , Hot-air balloons ) have two sets of
rotating rotor blades. 

8.When I opened the unused old cupboard, many ( bees ,
caterpillars , cockcroaches ) ran out. 

9.A ( camel , rhino , lion ) has a horn. 
10.The detective is secretly ( walking , following , running )
the suspect. 


exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.7


Underline the correct answer.
1.What is the ( height , tallness , highness ) of this tree. 
2.Limin washed her hands with ( cream , soap , oil )
and water to remove the grease. 

3.The doctor prescribed some ( medicine , lessons , food )
 for my illness. 

4.Mary carries a ( cloth , paper , handkerchief ) to clean
 her perspiration. 

5.On a windy day, we can fly ( bomberangs , kites , frisbees )
 in the sky. 

6.We use a ( spoon , straw , pipe ) to drink from a bottle. 
7.The ( peacock , parrot , swan ) is often regarded as a
 beautiful and graceful bird. 

8.My father is referring to the ( street directory , book ,
 telephone directory ) for direction to the hospital. 

9.Patrick is visiting the dentist because he is having a
( headache , stomachache , toothache ). 

10.My brother is cutting the apple into smaller pieces with
 a ( razor , saw , knife ). 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.6


Underline the correct answer.
1.My baby sister drinks milk from a ( plate , bowl , bottle ). 
2.My father ( fetches , follows , puts ) me to school in our
car everyday.

3.The ( player , referee , goalkeeper ) saved the penalty
 kick during the football match. 

4.A ( engineer , technician , nurse ) works in the hospital. 
5.There is a cut on the ( under , sole , base ) of my right

6.Limin is a musician. She blows the ( trumpet , drums ,
keyboard ). 

7.I put the hamster on the ( sole , front , palm ) of my hand. 
8.Let's play with the swing and see-saw in the ( park ,
playground , field ). 

9.Prisoners are kept in a ( house , jail , station ). 
10.The young of a sheep is called a ( cub , calf , lamb ). 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.5


Underline the correct answer.
1.During recess, there are many students in the canteen.
It is ( crowded , quiet , untidy ). 

2.Jill was ( early , lazy , late ) so she left in a hurry without
eating her breakfast. 

3.These children are ( seeing , looking , learning ) to swim
 from their teacher. 

4.Paul did not buy the ( bunch , batch , group ) of grapes. 
5.Zookeepers feed the animals and help to keep the ( dens ,
 gates , enclosures ) clean. 

6.When I was young, I was ( afraid , happy , brave ) of
swimming in the sea. 

7.My mother ( collects , packs , takes ) the mail on her
 way to work. 

8.The scientist uses a pair of ( socks , glassess , gloves )
to protect his hands. 

9.Katherine is ( nice , handsome , beautiful ). She has long,
 dark hair and sparkling eyes. 

10.My father did not buy the computer because it was too
( cheap , expensive , good ). 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.4


Underline the correct answer.
1.Its skin is brown and it grows in the ground. It is used 
to make french fries , it is a ( tomato , potato , onion ). 
2.The cheetah is the predator and the rabbit is the 
( animal , catch , prey ). 
3.The ( fisherman , farmer , fishmonger ) is casting his
 fishing net into the sea. 
4.The artist has a large collection of ( paintings , photographs ,
 pictures ) on display at the art exhibition. 
5.It is long, yellow and grow in a bunch. It is a (papaya ,
 pineapple , banana ). 
6.My mother is typing a letter with a ( typewriter , stamp , pen ). 
7.Turtles ( put , lay , hatch ) their eggs on sandy beaches. 
8.Siti is taking a ( bus , taxi , train ) at the railway station to 
9.We sweep the floor with a ( broom , stick , cloth ). 
10.This woman is as vain as a ( hen , duck , peacock ). 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.3


Underline the correct answer.
1.We can buy postage stamps at the 
( market , post office , hotel ). 
2.( Elephants , Lions , Bears ) have big ears and
 long trunks. 
3.Animals in the jungle are ( tame , wild , friendly ) 
and can be dangerous. 
4.The bus was very ( full , crowded , empty ), 
we could not board it. 
5.Ali is holding a ( ball , marble , balloon ), it is 
floating in the air. 
6.My mother bought a fish from the ( butcher , florist ,
 fishmonger ) at the market. 
7.John is ( composing , writing , drawing ) a new song
 for the concert. 
8.Mount Everest is the highest ( hill , cliff , mountain )
 in the world. 
9.The ( moon , sun , star ) rises in the east and sets 
in the west. 
10.An island is surrounded by ( land , water , swamps ) 
on all sides. 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.2


Underline the correct answer.
1.I bought flowers from the ( cobbler , florist , carpenter )
 for my mother.
2.We flew on an ( aeroplane , train , ship ) from Singapore
 to Japan. 
3.Every morning, the ( bus , garbage truck , taxi ) comes 
to collect the rubbish from my block of flats. 
4.( Potatoes , Tomatoes , Onions ) are used to make
 french fries. 
5.My brother goes to a ( barber , tailor , clerk ) to have
his hair cut. 
6.Monkeys love to eat ( papayas , apples , bananas ). 
7.At the supermarket checkout counter, my sister paid 
the ( teller , salesgirl , cashier ) for the fruits we bought. 
8.The ( salesgirl , manager , cashier ) at the book shop 
helped me find this book. 
9.Salads are a mixture of ( meats , fishes , vegetables ). 
10.England is the most beautiful ( country , city , town ) 
I have visited. 

exercise Primary 1 ~ 1.1


Underline the correct answer.
1.I deliver letters and parcels everyday. I am a 
( policeman , postman , printer ). 
2.The ( car , motorcycle , truck ) is a large vehicle 
used for carrying goods from the factory to the 
3.The ( pilot , pirate , sailor ) flies the aeroplane. 
4.When I visited my aunt in the hospital, I brought
 her some ( fruits , books , clothes ) to eat. 
5.We use our ( eyes , nose , mouth ) to taste the
 delicious food. 
6.Every six months, my mother brings me to the
 ( dentist , doctor , nurse ) to have my teeth checked. 
7.An ( apple , orange , onion ) a day keeps the doctor away. 
8.In the school choir, there are sixty 
( dancers , actors , singers ). 
9.I saw the ( firemen, soldiers , policemen ) using
 water hoses to put out the big fire at the factory. 
10.It is a hot day, we can take a ( swim , walk , run )
 in the pool.

Exercise ~ Present Perfect Progressive


Fill in the Present Perfect Progressive.

1. It  (rain) for hours.

2. Mike  (collect) stamps since 1995.

3. Bob  (play) tennis since he was seven.

4. I  (wait) for the bus for 15 minutes.

5. How long  your brother  (play) guitar?

6. How long  he  (play) golf?

7. I  (work) for this company for seventeen years.

8. How long  it  (rain)?

9. Mary  (study) German for two years.

10. My grandparents  (live) in that house since 1962.

11. My mother  (cook) for 3 hours.

12. My sister  (drive) since 1972.

13. Peter  (live) in India since last month.

14. How long  you  (work) in the garden?

15. They  (lie) in the sun for hours.

Exercise ~ Present Perfect 2


Complete the following sentences with the correct present perfect forms.

1. Mrs Snow  a fantastic cake. (make)

2. Debbie  a new bike. (buy)

3. I  my little dog yet. (not feed)

4. Sally and Jenny  a new CD player. (get)

5. Chris  wood for a raft. (not find)

6. The pupils  their homework. (not do)

7. Nick can't play football today. He  an accident with his bike. (have)

8. Liz  her homework yet. (not finish)

9.  Julia  to school today? (be)

10. What  you  for lunch today, Mum? (make)

11. Bill  his cage, but he  the dishes yet. (tidy up, not wash)

12. Sandra  a lot of things for her birthday party, but she  the cakes yet. (buy, not make)

Exercise ~ Present Perfect


Write down the sentences. Use present perfect.

Example: Snoopy / climb / onto his house. Snoopy has climbed onto his house.

1. Brian / play / football


2. Susan / read / her new book


3. I / find / some money in the street


4. Mr and Mrs Baker / have / an accident


5. Tom Davis / win / the volleyball match


6. Alison Brown / lose / the swimming match


7. Mr Martin / make / breakfast for the boys


8. The girls / bring / some wood for the fire


9. The Snows / buy / a van for their holidays


10. Mrs Black / wash / the dishes


Exercise ~ Future Tense 2


When I’m older I will .....

buy - have - watch - buy - go - stay - go

When I’m older I  out late.

When I’m older I  TV as long as I like.

When I'm older I  to parties.

When I'm older I  two children.

When I'm older I  a car.

When I'm older I  to the cinema.

When I'm older I  a lot of sweets.

When I’m older I will not....

do - write - go - wash - go - live - make

When I’m older I  any homework.

When I’m older I  my bed in the morning.

When I’m older I  for a walk with my parents.

When I’m older I  my father’s car.

When I’m older I  to school.

When I’m older I  so much.

When I’m older I  in my parent’s house.

Exercise ~ Future Tense


Fill in the will - future of the words below.

have – go – meet – visit – walk – have – buy – not be – have

Tomorrow I  my friend George. We  to the movies and then we  our dinner at the new fast – food place. In the afternoon we  George’s uncle and play table tennis in his garden. Then we  around in the shopping mall where we  a look at the shops. Maybe I  new jeans. We  back before 6 o’clock. I think we  a great day.

Exercise ~ Past Tense 4


Fill in the correct simple past forms.

The pupils of class 8B  (do) a project last week. First the pupils  (choose) what they wanted to do. Then they  (get) information from books and brochures and they  (talk) to a lot of people. They  (find) some interesting photos in the library. Their teacher  (help) them when they  (ask) her. Then they  (make) a poster and a video and  (tell) the other groups about their project.

A project about Cornwall - Fill in the correct simple past form.

arrange • bring • choose • decide • find • get • go • say • start

Last month Jenny, Nick and Ben  to do a project together. They  Cornwall. First Jenny to a travel agency and  some brochures. Nick and Ben  some interesting books in the library. Then they  work. A week later they  all their material to school and  it on a poster. ‘Your presentation is interesting’,  Miss Hunt.

Exercise ~ Past Tense 3


Tell the story – fill in the past simple tense

On Friday, the children  (talk) about a day out together in the country. The next morning, they (go) to the country with their two dogs and  (play) together. Ben and Dave  (have) some kites. Some time later the dogs  (be) not there. So they  (call) them and  (look) for them in the forest. After half an hour the children  (find) them and  (take) them back. Charlie  (be) very happy to see them again. At lunch time Nick  (go) to the bikes and  (fetch) the basket with some meat sandwiches. Then they  (play) football. Nick and Dave  (win). In the evening they  (ride) home.

Exercise ~ Past Tense 2


Complete these sentences. Use the verbs below.

clean . . . die . . . enjoy . . . end . . . happen . . . live . . . open . . . play . . . rain . . . repair . . . start . . . stay . . . want . . . watch

1. Yesterday evening I  TV.

2. I only  my teeth four times last week.

3. Bruce  his mountain bike yesterday evening.

4. The concert last night  at 7.30 and  at 10 o’clock.

5. The accident  last Sunday afternoon.

6. When I was a child I  to be a doctor.

7. Mozart  from 1756 to 1791.

8. We  our holiday last week.

9. Today the weather is nice, but yesterday it .

10. It was hot in the room, so I  the window.

11. The weather was good yesterday afternoon, so we  tennis.

12. William Shakespeare  in 1616.

Exercise ~ Past Tense


Fill in the past form.

1. Mammoths  big animals, bigger than elephants. (be)

2. Mammoths  100 years ago. (not live)

3. Mammoths  a long time ago. (live)

4. Mammoths  meat. They  grass. (not eat / eat)

5. They  two large tusks about three metres long. (have)

6. Some dinosaurs  in the air and some  in the sea. (fly / swim)

7. He  some milk. He  any water. (drink / not drink)

8. She only  a pound. She  3 pounds. (spend / not spend)

9. I  some elephants. I  any lions. (see / not see)

10. They  in the sea, but  in the lake. (swim / not swim)

Exercise ~ Present Progressive


Fill in the words from the box. Use the present progressive.

play - work - sit - read - play - listen - clean - read

Debbie and her friends  in Debbie’s garden. They  football. Mrs Baker  a book. Mr Baker  in the garden. Nick  to his favourite CD. The cats  on Mrs Baker's chair. Bill  his bike. Bill: "Debbie, help me, please." But Debbie has got no time: "I  a book for school. Ask your friend."

Fill in the words from the box. Use present progressive.

play - listen - ride - read - act - work - clean

Sally and her friends  in the garden. They  for a video. Her mother  a book. Her father  in the garden. Dave  to a CD. Her brothers, Ben and Frank, their bikes. Ben‘s friend  his bike. 

Exercise ~ Present Tense Negation 2


Put the sentences into negation. Use short forms (doesn't, don't, isn't,...)

Example: I am hungry. - I am not hungry.

1. They wash the car. They  the car.

2. I get up early. I  early.

3. They walk to school. They  to school.

4. Jim eats an orange. Jim  an orange.

5. My sister listens to her new CD. My sister  to her new CD.

6. Ann cleans her shoes. Ann  her shoes.

7. Henry climbs the tree. Henry  the tree.

8. They are at the cinema. They  at the cinema.

9. We like pizza. We  pizza.

10. Gary and Peter go to the party. Gary and Peter  to the party.

11. My parents work in a restaurant. My parents  in a restaurant.

12. We like our uncle. We  our uncle.

13. She sings her favourite song. She  her favourite song.

14. Bill reads a book. Bill  a book.

15. Mary goes to the zoo. Mary  to the zoo.

Exercise ~ Present Tense Negation


Use short forms (isn't, don't,...).

1. We have some milk. We  any milk.

2. Mother sews Jenny’s jeans. Mother  Jenny's jeans.

3. I hate Maths lessons. I  Maths lessons.

4. The monkey likes to eat bananas. The monkey  to eat bananas.

5. My parents often watch westerns. My parents  often  westerns.

6. Children like ice cream. Some children  ice cream.

7. The monkey wants some bananas. The monkey  some bananas.

8. They are hungry. They  hungry.

9. Every Sunday we get up early. Every Sunday we  up early.

10. Sometimes Peter is very tired. Sometimes Peter  very tired.

11. I am a good pupil. I  a good pupil.

12. School always starts at seven o’clock. School  always  at seven o'clock.

13. On Friday we always have our piano lesson. On Friday we  always  our piano lesson.

14. In summer it’s sometimes very hot. In summer it  sometimes very hot.

15. Mum washes all my dirty clothes. Mum  all my dirty clothes.

16. Peter has got a brother. Peter  a brother.

17. The frog is under the caravan. The frog  under the caravan.

18. They are cool. They  cool.

19. Dad buys a new car. Dad  a new car.

20. The boys play football. The boys  football. 

Exercise ~ Present Simple


1. My sister  (read) a book.

2. Frank  (like) dogs.

3. My parents  (do) the shopping.

4. We sometimes  (meet) in front of the cinema.

5. Uncle George  (go) to the doctor's.

6. Our friends  (play) football in the park.

7. She  (go) to the park every Friday.

8. He  (ride) his bike every day.

9. We  (have) the best ideas.

10. Carol  (say) good bye.

11. She  (be) the best singer in our class.

12. My sister  (live) in a big house.

13. The children  (eat) hamburgers.

14. Bill  (have) got nine posters.

15. I  (be) at home.

Exercise ~ Verbs to be


1. She  in the house.

2. The dog and the cat  in the garden.

3. The woman  behind a tree.

4. I  Kevin.

5. Carol and I  friends.

6. It  black.

7. My name  Bob.

8. They  nice girls.

9. The children  in the shop.

10. He  a teacher.

11. We  hungry.

12. Mrs Dixon  funny and nice.

13. I  twelve years old.

14. Jim and Cathy  at school.

15. The elephants  tired.

Monday, 17 October 2011

English Conversation 01

Phonics alphabet song

Manfaat ICT Dalam Pengajaran

1. Berupaya meningktakan kefahaman dan penguasaan murid terhadap pelajaran.

2. Memberi peluang pembelajaran yang sama kepada semua pelajar yang pelbagai keupayaan.

3. Meningkatkan motivasi murid.

4. Membolehkan pembelajaran bersendiri. (individualisme learning)

Sunday, 9 October 2011

English speaking tips

1. Get over any fear you might have of making mistakes. You will make mistakes.
2. Be patient with yourself. Learning any language can be frustrating, but frustration won't help you, so let it
3. Grasp every opportunity you have to speak with people in English.
4. Talk to friends who are also learning English. Go out together for coffee and only speak English to each 
5. Read short stories out loud and try to see, say and hear the words to reinforce your memory. Record
    yourself and play it backlater, how does it sound?

Improve Your English Speaking and English Pronunciation Skills

My first piece of advice is not to get too hung up on trying to sound like a native speaker. Would you start learning the piano in an attempt to sound like Mozart? The first rule of speaking English is to learn to speak clearly and concisely and remember you won't just be speaking to native speakers: There are roughly 380 million native speakers out there, but as many as a billion people speak English as a second language, you do the math.
Try to avoid using idioms and slang (I always say learn it, but don't use it). It might sound clever to say "You're barking up the wrong tree," but if you use it in the wrong situation, or if the other person simply doesn't understand you, you'll only look silly when you try to explain what you meant to say, or what it actually means.
There's also a saying in English "Have you swallowed a dictionary?" It is applicable to anyone who uses long, complicated words when a shorter word will do. Short sentences are just as good (if not better) than long rambling explanations. The value in what you have to say is what you say, not how clever you look or sound when you say it. So it's a good idea to try to use simple, clear vocabulary, KISS - keep it short and simple

Friday, 7 October 2011

KSSR BI Year1~Band 3 (example)

Listening and speaking


Learning Standard
Know, understand and apply knowledge obtained through listening, speaking reading and writing.
B3 DL1 Listen to and follow simple instructions and directions.
B3 DL1 E1 Able to listen and follow simple instructions and directions.

a.    Teacher ask pupils to listen simple directions.
b.    Pupils draw out the directions on the worksheet.



Name:__________________________               Date:_____________

Reference: B3 DL1 E1 Able to listen and follow simple instructions and

Walk straight.

Turn left.

Turn right.

Walk staright. Turn left.

Walk straight. Turn right.

Teacher remark:
Pupils able to follow the directions.

Pupils unable to follow the directions.

Signature:                                                                       Date :
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Thursday, 6 October 2011

KSSR BI Year1~Band 5 (example)



Learning Standard
Demonstrate well the ability to apply knowledge of listening, speaking, reading and writing for various purposes using admirable manners.
B5 DB2 Read simple fiction and non-fiction texts for informations.
B5 DB2 E1 Able to read and locate specific information with guidances.              
a.    Teacher distributes pupils in groups.
b.     Teacher guides pupils to read the text.
c.    Pupils read the text in groups.




Name:__________________________               Date:_____________

Reference: B5 DB2 E1 Able to read and locate specific information with guidance.

          Jack is my friend. He has a father, mother, a brother and a sister. His father is a farmer. He keeps cows, goats, chicks and ducks on his farm. Jack has a pet. It is  a duck. It is black.

Teacher remark:

Pupils able to read the text.

Pupils unable to read the text.

Signature:                                                                       Date :


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