1. Circle the correct word.
0 I’m at / in / on home.
1 The dog is at / in / on the garden.
2 My friends are at / in / on a party.
3 You aren’t at / to / on school today.
4 Alice’s sister isn’t here. She’s at / in / on holiday.
5 My brothers and I are to / in / on the park.
2. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. There is one extra word.
American British China France French home in on
Li and Chen are from 0 China . They’re Chinese. They’re at 1 .
Hank and Carlos are from the USA. They’re 2 . They’re 3 holiday.
Sharon is 4 . She’s from the UK. She’s 5 the garden.
Celine is from 6 . She’s in the park.
3. Complete the sentences. Write the correct positive [✓] or negative [✗] form of to be.
0 My best friend isn’t Spanish. ✗
0 My best friend is from Poland. ✓
1 You and your friends Polish. ✗
2 The superhero in the photo Dug. ✓
3 My sister and I at school. ✓
4 I from Italy. ✗
5 Her dad a teacher. ✗
6 Juan and Dolores Spanish. ✓
4 Complete the sentences with my, your, his or her.
0 Stella is a student. Her mum is a teacher.
1 Hi, Jane! It’s birthday today. Happy Birthday!
2 I’m Polish. friends are Polish too.
3 The boy isn’t American. nationality is Italian.
4 My granny is 67 years old. name is Annabella.
5. Write 40–50 words about you and your family. Use questions 1–5 to help you.
1 What is your name? How old are you?
2 Where are you from?
3 Who is in your family? What are their names?
4 How old are they?
5 Where are they now?