• Zoo Lesson Words & Sentences
  • Vocabulary:  panda, bamboo, giraffe, ostrich, zebra, lion, tiger, meat, fruit, leaves, zookeeper, heavy, large, long, trunk, zoo, trolley, monkey, camel, elephant, rhino, hippo,
  • Grammar:  In this lesson, students learn to ask and answer questions that ask for descriptions. They have to learn adjectives in order to do this. They will use the word “like” to ask for descriptions of animals. It covers simple present tense verbs and the third-person singular.

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  • LIKE – for questions about descriptions:
  • What does a panda look like?
  • It’s black and white.
  • What does a giraffe look like?
  • It’s tall.
  • What’s the weather like?
  • It’s hot and sunny.
  • What’s your mother like?
  • My mother is kind.
  • What does a zebra look like?
  • It looks like a black and white horse.

 

We can also describe things by the actions they perform

  • What does a panda eat?
  • A panda eats bamboo.

Action verbs and the 3rd person singular

  • A lion eats meat.
  • Lions and tigers eat meat.
  • They eat meat.