Przewidywany zakres słownictwa na III edycję
MIEJSKIEGO KONKURSU JĘZYKA ANGIELSKIEGO DLA KLAS III „English is fun!" – „Toys and Games"
Me and my school (classroom):
School, class, classroom, teacher, student, lesson, language, English, group, book, board,
bin, bookcase, desk, dictionary, rubber, floor, glue, homework, letter, line, mistake, number,
page, pen, pencil, ruler, scissors, wall, picture, playground, shelf, question, answer, ask,
colour, colour (in), draw, write, tick, understand, cross, tell, test, look, open, close, correct,
find, know/don't know, read, listen (to), learn, alphabet, art, yes, no, word, text, subject, right, sentence, example, competition.
Greetings and some useful expressions:
Hello, good morning / afternoon / evening / night, good-bye, bye, yes, no, so, sorry, pardon,
please, oh, OK, thank you, well, right, excuse me, I don't know, great, excellent, what's the
matter?, I don't understand / hear you!, of course (not)!, What did you say?
Arm, back, beard, blonde, body, curly, ear, eye, face, fair, foot / feet, hair, hand, head, leg,
moustache, mouth, neck, nose, shoulder, stomach (tummy), straight, tooth / teeth.
Black, blue, brown, gold, green, grey, pink, purple, red, silver, spot, stripe, white, yellow,
dark, light, black-and-white.
Feelings and needs:
Happy, sad, angry, hungry, hot, cold, thirsty, afraid, boring, horrible, lovely, tired, weak, strong.
All about me:
I can/ I can't, I'm good at/ I'm not good at, I like, I don't like.
VERBS (regular- Present Simple): agree, answer, arrive, ask, ask for, believe, carry, clean, climb, close, colour, cook, cross, cry, dance, decide, enjoy, explain, , finish, follow, glue, happen, hate, help, jump, kick, laugh, learn, like, listen (to), live, look, look(at), love, mind, need, open, paint, pick up, phone, play (with), point, post, prefer, pull, push, race, remember, run, sail, shop, shout, show, shower, skate, ski, sledge, stay, start, stop, swing, talk, thank, tick, tidy, try, turn (off/on), use, visit, wait, walk, want, watch, whistle, wish, work.
be, buy, can/cannot/can't, catch, choose, come, do/don't, draw, drink, eat, find, fly, get up, give, go, have (got), have (got) to, hurt, know, learn, put, mean, must, put on, read, ride, run, say, sing, sit (down), spell, stand (up), swim, take, take off, throw, understand, wear, write.
Quantity and measuring:
a few, a little, a piece of, half, many, much.
card, cardboard, glass, gold, metal, plastic, silver, wood, wool.
The days of the week:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, spring, summer, autumn, winter.
bike, boat, bus, car, fly, go, helicopter, motorbike, plane, ride, run, taxi, train, walk.
feel, look, smell, taste, hear
Location and Prepositions (of place/of time):
here, there, about, above, after, at , before, behind, below, between, in, in front of, inside, like, next to, of, on, on (time), opposite, outside, to, under.
afraid, bad, beautiful, best, better, big, boring, busy, careful, cheap, clean, clever, closed, cold, dangerous, dark, dear, different, difficult, dirty, dry, easy, empty, famous, fast, fat, favourite, friendly, good, happy, hard, heavy, high, hot, hungry, important, interesting, kind, late, left, light, little, loud, lovely, low, many, new, next, nice, noisy, old, other, poor, quick, quiet, ready, rich, right, round, sad, same, single, slow, small, soft, square, strange, strong, sure, tall, thin, thirsty, tidy, tired, ugly, warm, well, wet, young.
a/an, all, another, any, every, no, that, the, these, this, those.
all, everyone, everything, nothing, someone, something.
because, but, than.
my your, his, her, its, our, your, their
Czas teraźniejszy prosty, czas teraźniejszy ciągły, liczba pojedyncza i mnoga rzeczowników,
a także konstrukcja there is/there are
Z uwagi na tegoroczną tematykę („Toys and Games") prosimy także o zapoznanie dzieci z nazwami zabawek oraz gier i zabaw:
Toys: Ball, bike, blocks, boat, car, doll, doll's pram, hula hoop, kite, robot, scooter, skateboard, teddy bear, train, plane, etc.
Board and table games: bingo, board, cards, chess, dice, draughts, pawns, Scrabble
The Playground: SPORTS - badminton, basketball, football, golf, hockey, marbles, tennis, volleyball
OTHERS –„ blind man's buff", „chinese whispers", „hide-and-seek", „hot potato", hopscotch, rope (skipping rope), sandpit (sand, bucket, spade), „Simon says", seesaw, slide, swing, „parrot game"
Zastrzegamy sobie prawo do używania także innego słownictwa zawartego
w podstawie programowej i programach nauczania j. angielskiego dla kl. I-III, a nie wymienionego w powyższym zestawieniu. Jednocześnie informujemy, że nie wszystkie wymienione słówka muszą zostać wykorzystane w zadaniach konkursowych.