What are we going to speak at the lesson? 1. To speak how to behave at lessons. 2. To speak how to behave at school. 3. To speak how to be safe on the road and make the instruction.
. Twinkle, twinkle, traffic light Standing on the corner bright Green means go, we all know Yellow means wait, even if you're late Red means stop Twinkle, twinkle, traffic light Standing on the corner bright.
Match the word and the word definition. 1.Parking zone 2.Pedestrian 3.Zebra crossing 4.Traffic warden 5.Pavement 6.Traffic sign a) A name of a job. This person watches the traffic and makes it safe. b) A place where you can park a car. c) A sign on the road. A sign on the road. d) An area which people use for walking. e) White stripes on the road. People can cross the road on it. f) A person who is on foot, not by car/ bike, etc.
walk on the pavement push others when you enter the bus wear a seat belt look both ways when you cross the road look for a zebra crossing lean out of the window Its safe / its dangerous
The imperative sentences eg. Open your books! Sit down! Look at me! We form the imperative by using the bare infinitive of the verb at the beginning of the sentence. eg. Dont raise your hand! Don`t lean out of the window! We form the negative of the imperative with dont. We use the imperative to give instructions, commands.