Revision with Four Seasons – Autumn

It’s been a while since I last shared a new article on my blog, but here I am with a new idea. This time it’s something for all hard-working teachers (aren’t we all?) who need to prepare their students to take end-of-school exams (Polish egzamin ósmoklasisty in particular) or other exams. I’ve made two versions of four exercises which you may find useful. Autumn 2 worksheet (printable in pdf) is perfect for 7 and 8-grade students, whereas Autumn 1 worksheet can be used with 6-grade students and older. If you like it, I will prepare two similar worksheets referring to winter and spring.

Both worksheets and the answer keys available below 🙂

 

Revision with Four Seasons – Autumn 1 (grades 6 and 7) 

Revision with Four Seasons – Autumn 1 worksheet (pdf)

 

 

 

 

Answers:

Ex. 1

  1. has to   2. more colourful   3. children   4. American/forth   5. are falling   6. the shortest   7. sits/reads   8. do you think   9. was raking/found   10. can’t make (mustn’t make)   11. Don’t open   12. mix

Ex. 2

  1. the   2. some   3. did   4. to   5. four

Ex. 3

  1. Marta is a big fan of apple and pumpkin desserts.   2. There aren’t any apples left, so we need to buy some.   3. While I was jogging in the park, I came across two cute squirrels.   4. Picking mushrooms in the forest is much more exciting than raking leaves in the garden.   5. Every autumn Saturday my mum bakes pumpkin muffins.   6. We need to add a little salt and a few nuts.   7. We must bring some acorns and chestnuts to school.   8. How much is the sweater?   9. Are there any apples on the countertop?   10. Peter is raking leaves in the garden.

Ex. 4

Students’ own answers.

 

 

Revision with Four Seasons – Autumn 2 (grades 7 and 8) 

Revision with Four Seasons – Autumn 2 worksheet (pdf)

Answers:

Ex. 1

  1. has to   2. more colourful   3. children   4. American/forth   5. ‘m not(am not)   6. are falling   7. the shortest   8. sits/reads   9. Let’s go   10. do you think   11. was raking/found   12. can’t make (mustn’t make)   13. Have you changed   14. ‘d go(would go)   15. Don’t open

Ex. 2

  1. the   2. some   3. did   4. to   5. a   6. four

Ex. 3

  1. Marta is a big fan of apple and pumpkin desserts.   2. There aren’t any apples left, so we need to buy some.   3. This pumpkin is not big enough so we need to buy one more.   4. While I was jogging in the park, I came across two cute squirrels.   5. Picking mushrooms in the forest is much more exciting than raking leaves in the garden.   6. It’s such a lovely day that we need to go out.   7. The weather was so awful that we didn’t go on the trip.   8. Acorns, seeds, and nuts are collected by many animals.   9. Every autumn Saturday my mum bakes pumpkin muffins.   10. We need to add a little salt and a few nuts.   11. We must bring some acorns and chestnuts to school.   12. If I were you, I wouldn’t eat these mushrooms.   13. How much is the sweater?   14. Are there any apples on the countertop?   15. Peter is raking leaves in the garden.

Ex. 4

Students’ own answers.

 

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  1. Miłosława Majewska says:

    Super

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