List of the adjectives: cunning; clever; domestic; funny; kind; brave; big; fun; friendly; cruel; stupid; strong; independent; hard-working; angry; wild
Ex: A bear is strong, big and brave. The bear is a wild animal. It lives in the forest.
This animal is very big. It is wild. It is grey and sometimes white. It likes to eat leaves and grass. It has a very long nose. In lives in India and Africa.
This animal can run, but can’t fly. It is domestic. It is very clever and friendly. It lives at home or in the street. It’s a man’s friend.
This animal isn’t big. It is not domestic. It lives in the river or near the water. It can jump and swim, but it can’t run. It is green.
Gena is not a boy. It is wild. It is big, long and green. It is very clever. It can swim. It has a friend Cheburashka.
This animal is (big, small …). It is (domestic, wild, farm animal, pet…) It is (cunning, strong, clever, independent …). It can ( run, jump, swim, fly …). It lives ( at home, in the street, in the forest …)
They say exotic animals were first taken (были привезены) to Britain in the thirteenth century when King Henry III received a gift (подарок) of leopards and elephants. The animals lived in the Tower of London in a place. Later the King of Norway presented Henry III with a polar (полярный) bear. The bear liked to go fishing in the Thames at the end of a long rope (веревка). Five hundred years later, Queen Charlotte was given the first zebra to come to Britain. She kept it near Buckingham House. Curious people came there to see it. Giraffes have been an attraction (привлекали внимание) at London Zoo since four of them arrived in 1839. Soon the giraffes were moved to Regent’s Park. One female gave birth (подарила жизнь) to six babies within five years. Today there are many thousands of exotic animals at London Zoo.
Where is the zoo situated?
Where did animals live in the very beginning?
Who presented Henry the Third with a polar bear?
Who was given the firs zebra?
Decide if the following statements are true(T) or false(F).
A) Exotic animals were taken to Britain in 13th century.
B) The polar bear liked to go hunting.
C) Queen Charlote was given the first giraffe.
D) Queen Charlotte kept zebra near Buckingham House.
E)Today there are a lot of exotic animals at London Zoo.
F) The animals didn’t live in Tower.
G)Giraffes left The London Zoo in 1839
Exotic animals were taken to Britain in 13th century. - T
The polar bear liked to go hunting.- F
Queen Charlote was given the first giraffe. - F
Queen Charlotte kept zebra near Buckingham House. - T
Today there are a lot of exotic animals at London Zoo. - T