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Fluent in 5:
The /ʌ/ sound spelt ou.
This week work your way down the list of words taking two each day, writing each word three times and then writing a sentence for each word. Ask someone in your house to help test you.
1. What three pieces of information were typed into the machine?
2. What colour was the icing on the cupcake?
3. 'it had made her feel a bit queasy' What does queasy mean?
4.The author uses the words 'fresh' and 'tempting' to describe the cake. What other adjectives could you use to describe Tilly's cupcake?
5. How do you think this cupcake has appeared in the shed?
You can listen to an audio version of the story Mission Possible here: https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/mission/s-qMLb31YjpM7.
Continuing on from last week, today you will learn more about the Jewish faith. So...
What does the word Kosher mean?
Watch this video, this young man will tell you what this means:
Now watch this video:
Copy the table below in your home learning journals. Whilst you re-watch the videos, add foods to the list which are Kosher and those which are not.
Now, design a Jewish party menu. Kosher food only! Draw pictures and write labels.
How to use the verb 'to have' in French
It is important to know how to use avoir as it is the second most common verb in French. It's useful to be able to talk about what you have or don't have.
Watch the video below and practice using the verb 'to have' in French on the BBC bitesize webpage (underneath the video).