Bài tập Tiếng Anh tích hợp Lớp 4 - Grade 4: English Review 2

- disappear (verb) – when someone or something vanishes or suddenly goes away

- upset (adjective) – when you are very sad

- crowd (noun) – a lot of people in one place

- pale (adjective) – describes a colour that is almost white. Pale green means white with a bit of green

- grab (verb) – to quickly hold on to something

- television aerial (noun) – a long piece of metal that people used to have on their roofs so that they could watch TV

- chimney pot (noun) – a stone tube on top of a house to let smoke out

- eerie (adjective) – describes something that is strange or weird

- shed (noun) – a small wooden building that some people have in their gardens

- lawnmower (noun) – a machine that you use to cut grass

- slates (noun) – flat, square pieces of stone used to make roofs

- chaos (noun) – when everything is crazy and confused

- landing (noun) – when a plane (or dragon) lands on the ground after it has been flying

v shriek (verb) – when someone screams very loudly

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at the chimney pot. With a terrible tearing sound, the TV aerial was ripped loose and the
chimney pot wobbled. Lassie balanced for a brief second on the very top of the roof. They
heard the eerie unknown call of a dragon wailing in distress as he slid down the roof on
the far side. Then they heard an awful crash as he smashed into the next-door-neighbour’s
garden shed.
James and his dad tore round into the back garden. It looked as if a hurricane
had come through it. The fence between them and next door was squashed flat. The little
shed where Mr Perkins kept his lawnmower was smashed to pieces. Slates were
falling off the roof and dropping into the garden like rain. Amid all the
chaos and confusion was Lassie, looking half-ashamed and half-proud. After
all, it was his first ever landing. And he was only a very young dragon.
“Lassie!” James shrieked and rushed at him. Lassie’s
huge green head turned towards James and the dragon
rubbed his head hard against the boy’s skinny chest.
Name: ___________________
2To help you answer the comprehension questions, here is a guide to some of the difficult
words in the story.
 disappear (verb) – when someone or something vanishes or suddenly goes away
 upset (adjective) – when you are very sad
 crowd (noun) – a lot of people in one place
 pale (adjective) – describes a colour that is almost white. Pale green means white with
a bit of green
 grab (verb) – to quickly hold on to something
 television aerial (noun) – a long piece of metal that people used to have on their
roofs so that they could watch TV
 chimney pot (noun) – a stone tube on top of a house to let smoke out
 eerie (adjective) – describes something that is strange or weird
 shed (noun) – a small wooden building that some people have in their gardens
 lawnmower (noun) – a machine that you use to cut grass
 slates (noun) – flat, square pieces of stone used to make roofs
 chaos (noun) – when everything is crazy and c..._____________________________
5. What kind of text is this?
Put a cross in one box.
A a fiction text about a dragon
B a non-fiction text about dragons
C a historical text about Romans
D a fiction text about Blackpink
6. ‘He called him Lassie and kept him as a pet.’ Why does the word ‘Lassie’ start with a
capital letter in this sentence?
Put a cross in one box.
A It is someone’s name.
B It is the name of a country.
C It is an important word.
D It is the name of a football team.
57. Draw lines to the correct endings for these sentences.
One answer has been done for you.
8. How many paragraphs are in this text?
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9. There are lots of different adjectives in this text. Write three of them below.
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
and trying to land on the roof.
and kept him as a pet.
the dragon rubbed his head hard
against the boy’s skinny chest.
into the next-door-neighbour’s
garden shed.
He called him Lassie
He saw Lassie flying towards
his house
Then they heard an awful crash
as he smashed
Lassie’s huge green head
turned towards James and
610. Put the following names into the correct alphabetical order.
James
Lassie
John
Steven
1. ____________________________
2. ____________________________
3. ____________________________
4. _____________________________
7Story Writing
The Little Pet Dragon – Part Two
You have just read the story of The Little Pet Dragon. Now you must write what happens
next! What will happen to James and Lassie? Will James keep him at his house? Will
Lassie be a good pet, or will he cause more problems? What will James’ mum and dad
do?
Remember, this story happened in the past so it must be written in the past tense. Try
and make your story entertaining by using as many adjectives and adverbs as ........................................................................................
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