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Working with Vocabulary and Grammar 1 Complete the sentences. The words from the box will help you. pick up climbed peeped was frightened inside lay down ate 1) First Goldilocks on the great big bed. ". thought Goldi2) "I'll iust look locks. through the 3) Then Goldilocks keyholes. into Father Bear's great 4) Goldilocks big chair. all the in baby bear's 5) Goldilocks little bowl. 6) Sometimes Goldilocks stopped to a flower. when she saw three 7) Goldilocks bears in the room. * 2 Fill in the missing prepositions.

Not I," said the Dog. "Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did. " "Not I," said the Duck. "Not I," said the Cat. "Not I," said the Dog. "Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did. " "Not I," said the Duck. "Not I," said the Cat. "Not I," said the Dog. "Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did. She took the wheat to the mill, and it was made into flour. " "Not I," said the Duck. "Not I," said the Cat. "Not I," said the Dog. "Then I will," said the Little Red Hen. And she did.

The better to hear you with, my dear," said the wolf. " With these 1 2 1 drew the curtains ['ka:tnz] — задёрнул занавески (около кро­ вати) everything seemed so strange — всё показалось таким нео­ бычным 2 words, the wicked wolf jumped out of bed and swallowed poor little Red Riding-Hood. Then, after such a good meal, he went back to bed for a rest. Soon he was asleep and snoring loudly. Later on, a hunter went past the house and he heard the wolfs loud snores. Of course he thought it was the grandmother.

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