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This is a six-Ievel series of readers for children learning English. Each title contains a factual section that introduces children to a variety of exciting topies. The concepts and structures learnt in the factual section are then reinforced by an enjoyable story based on the topic. The series provides reinforcement of basie structures and vocabulary and can be used alongside any primary course .
• Activities and a picture dietionary or wordlist at the back of each reader . • Free audio download and teacher resources available at www.macmillanyounglearners.com/readers
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The capital city of England
Bilingual Dictionary Write the words in your longuage.
London is the capital city 01 England. It is in the south-east 01 England, on the River Thames.
More than seven million people Uve in London and millions 01 tourists visit the city every year. London is bigger than all the other cities in the UK. 2
United Kingdom (UK)
8 Who said what? Match the speech bubbles to the pictures.
London is very big, so you can't walk everywhere. People trovel by car, bike, motorbike, bus or taxi. There are lots of red double-decker buses and black taxis in the streets of London.
Please come to my house for tea.
But you can give his wallet to me.
The Prime Minister isn't at home this afternoon,
Many people trovel on the London underground. Parts of the London underground are very old. It was the first underground system in the world. Today, it has got twelve different lines and more than 275 stations.
No problem! We can wait for the Prime Minister here.
We're taking photographs for the newspapers.
6 I'm watching the tennis final.
Write the words.
This is Buckingham PaLace. The Queen Uves here when she is in London. The paLace has got 600 rooms but the Queen onLy Uves in tweLve 01 them .
Many guards protect the paLace. They are lamous lor the hats they wear. At haLl post eLeven every doy, you can watch a ceremony calLed 'The Changing 01 the Guard'. 4
Number the sentences
D D D D 8
in the correct
The children go to Wimbledon on the underground. The Prime Minister sends them o lelter lo soy lhonk you. The children see lhe Prime Minisler plonl aIree. The children go lo lhe Prime Minisler's house lor leo. The children ore in Hyde Pork hoving o picnic. The children lind lhe Prime Minisler's wollet. The children give lhe Prime Minisler his wollet.
Read and complete.
Landan is an Ihe River
The Queen Uves 01 Buckingham
Nelsan's Calumn is in Tralalgar
The Sherlack Halmes
is in Baker Slreet.
5 There ore more than 12,000 animals in Landan. 6
There ore lats 01 shaps in Oxlord
There ore lamaus paintings in the Natianal
Find and write
This is Big Ben. The tower is 96 metres tallo The cLock has got lour faces, so you can see the time from aLLdirections. 1
Everyane calls Ihe
dock 'Big Ben'. The no me relers ta the bell inside the dack. You con hear the bell every haur.
Haw tall is Big Ben?
ur Bet1t ib- '16
2 Haw tall is the Landan Eye?
Haw tall is Nelson's Calumn?
5 Circle T (True) or F (False). 2
The Landan Eye is sharter than Nelsan's Column.
Nelsan's Column is taller than Big Ben.
3 The Landan Eye is sharter than Big Ben.
Big Ben is shorter than Ihe Landan Eye.
5 The Landan Eye is taller Ihan Nelsan's Column and Big Ben.
T F 5
Activities 1 Find these words in the word puzzle. Complete the sentence. This is the London Eye. It's 01'1 enormous observation wheel next to the River Thames. It's 135 metres taLLo
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2 Answer the questions. Buckingham Palace
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The National Gallery London Zoo
1 Where can you see views 01 London?
2 Where can you buy clothes, CDs and souvenirs?
3 Where can you see lamous paintings? 4 Where can you see a Christmas tree in December?
5 Where can you see an Asian lion? 6 Where can you see a carnival in summer?
People 90 01'1the London Eye to see the incredible views of London. The wheel takes 30 minutes to turn 360°. 6
7 Where can you see the time? 8 Where can you see 'The Changing 01the Guard'?
The next doy, there are photos 01 Clare, Tim, Kate and Phil in aH the newspapers.
THENEWS ~ FOURVERY HONEST CHlLDREN
CHILDRENRETURN THE PRIME MINISTER"S WALLET
CHILDREN HAVE TEA
From the top 01 the London Eye, you can see views 01 the city in aH directions. On a clear doy, you can see lar 40 kilometres. You can see the River Thames, Sig Sen, the garden in Suckinghom Palace and London Zoo.
THE pRJME MINlSTER
And a week loter, when the children are back at school, they receive a letter Irom the Prime Minister.
THE PRIME MINISTER
The children travel to the Prime Minister's house in his caro They talk about their school, their families and their friends. And the Prime Minister tolks obout his school, his family and his friends. London 200 hos got more than 12,000 animals, including this Asian Uon. In the past, the animals were in cages but now they Uve in spoces similar to their natural habitats.
London 200 was the first zoo to open o reptile house in 1849. The reptile house appears in the film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, when Harry talks to o snake.
The Prime Minister and the children continue their conversation at his house. They hove tea and biscuits, and they tolk obout mony different things. 25
After three hours, the tennis match linishes and the Prime Minister leaves centre cour!. When Kate, Tim, Clare and Phil give the Prime Minister his wallet, the photographers take lots 01 photos.
This is Oxlord Street. The street is more than two kilometres long and has got more than 300 shops. Here you can buy clothes, shoes, COs, OVOs, computer games, books, earrings, postcards and souvenirs 01 London.
The children wait outside centre cour!. They watch the tennis match on an enormous screen.
At Wimbledon, outside centre court, the children speok to a very toll security guardo
The children trovel to Wimbledon on the underground.
This book says that Wimbledon is a very famous Tennis Club. It's got 28 grass courts. Every tennis player in the world wants to play in the final of the Wimbledon tournament.
You con reod obout the coses of Sherlock Holmes. There are eight Sherlock Holmes books ond mony shorl stories. Centre Court.
Outside the Prime Minister's house, the children tolk to two poUcemen.
I'm 60rry. You can't the Prime Mini6ter'6
go into hOU6e.
Notting Hill is on orea 01 London. For three doys in the summer, people come to Notting Hill to celebrate the Cornivol. They sing ond dance in the street. They ploy music ond weor colourful costumes.
People lrom mony different cultures Uve in London. The Notting Hill Cornivol is a celebrotion 01 this cultural diversity.
Tim looks lor inlormation about the Prime Minister's house in his guide book. In London, there ore more thon 40,000 shops. There ore more thon 80 morkets. There ore more thon 130 theatres and more than 100 museums. There are more than 140 porks.
This book says that the Prime Minister lives in a street in Westminster. It's a small street between Big Ben and Trafalgar Square.
Later, in the afternoon, the children look at the tree.
Tim looks in the wallet.
Look in6ide. 16 there a telephone number? You can call the owner on your mobile phone.
Thi6 wallet belong6 to the Prime Mini6ter!
No problem! We can take it to his house. Where does the Prime Minister live? 18
Suddenly, there are lots 01 photographers in the park. They are running very quickly.
Tim, Clare, Kate and Phil are in Hyde Park, in the centre 01 London. T1m is reading a book about the city. Kate and Phil are eating sandwiches. Clare is writing a postcard to a Iriend.
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