HP_Int_Book C

pg 47
1 lit/lighted / lighthing
2. lost / losing
3. made / making
4. met / meeting
5. paid / paying
6. put / putting
7. read / reading
8. rode / riding
9. rang / ringing
10. rose / rising

pg 48.
1. crew
2. troupe
3. party
4. team
5. team
6. re
7,. senseless / solid
8. graceful
9. sharp
10. clumsy

pg 49
1. along
2. near
3. into
4. from
5. for
6. into
7. from / to
8. with / of
9. on
10. in
11. on
12. on
13. by
14. with
15. from
16. to
17. onto
18. for
19. into
20. to / on

pg 50
1. many
2. along
3. with
4. have
5. the

pg 51
1. the scouts are builing a tent by the river.
2. the girl is looking at the dress.
3. the boy is watching television programme in the living room
4. the boy is catching a frog with a net.
5. The lady is buying some clothes from the supermarket.
6. An elephant has a long trunk.
7. The spider is making a web
8. The dog is sleeping under a car.
9, THe monkey is plucking a coconut from the tree.
10. THe girl and her family menmbers are having their breakfast.

pg 53
1. a computer fair
2. on 25 November 2013
3. from 11 a.m to 11 p.m.
4. are quiz show, IT sharing session, computer games competition and lucky draw.
5. it is free for children below twelve

\pg 54
1. Mei Mei celebrates her birthday party with her friends in her house.
2. She wears a beautiful dress.
3. Her friends sing a birthday song to her happily.
4. they play with the most enjoyable game.
5. They feel as happy as a lark.
6. Finally, the party comes to the end.
7. When the party starts, they are very happy.
8. After they sing the song, they play some games.
9. In order to go home, all of the friends bid goodbye.
10. They are not only happy but also were tired.

pg 56.
1. Every year, Mei Mei celebrates her birthday. She usually invites many friends to her party.
2. Mei Mei’s friends sing a birthday song for her. They friends eat many types of foods in the celeration.
3. After the party ends, Mei Mei thanks her friends for participating in the party. Then, she bids goodbye to her friends.

pg 59
1. ran/ running
2. said / saying
3. saw / seeing
4. sought / seeking
5. sold / selling
6. sent / sending
7. sewed / sewing
8. showed / showing
9. sang / singing
10. painted / painting

pg 60
1. board
2. gang
3. crowd
4. union
5. bevy
6. alike
7. proud
8. sweet
9. quick
10. light

pg 61
1. from
2. on
3. from
4. to
5. for
6. to
7. in
8. at
9. on
10. in
11. from
12. of
13. to
14. down
15. on
16. around
17. on
18. of
19. over
20. on

pg 62
1. to
2. the
3. fell
4. injured
5. loudly

pg 63
1. The singer is singing a song melodiously.
2. The manager is working early in teh morning.
3. The man is sleeping in the hammock soundly.
4. The ballerina is dancing on the stage gracefully.
5. My brother is tip-toeing in the living room quietly.
6. My mother is cutting the apple carefully.
7. The turtle is crawling slowly along the beach.
8. The boy is showing off his watch happily.
9. The boy is combing his hair neatly.
10. The students are listening to the teacher attentivly.

pg 65.
1. a cleck
2. have  a minimum SPM level
3. write in English, Bahasa Malaysia
5. are computer literature
6. have at least one year of working experience

pg 66
1. The man wants to cross with road with a stick
2. The lady sees an old man walking in the street.
3. The lady helps the man to cross the road slowly.
4. They cross the busiest road in the town.
5. The man walks as slow as a tortoise.
6. Afterwards, the old man thanks the lady and praises the lady as a good girl.
7. When he walks along the road, he sees an old man.
8, After they cross the road, they saw an old man.
9. In order to cross the road, the old man seeks for help from the lady.
10. The old man not only thanks the lady but also praises the lady as a good girl.

pg 68.
1. An old man waits at the junction of the road. Suddenly, a  boy sees an old man crossing the busiest road.
2. The boy quickly runs to the old man. The old man sees the kind boy. They quickly cross the busiest road.
3. The old man thanks the boy. He praises the boy as a good boy.

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