Directions: Write two answers to each question in your notebook. Look at the picture when you write your answers. The first answer is short and negative.  The second answer describes the picture. Use contractions in your answers.


Question: Is this a glass of orange juice?

Answer: No, it’s not. It’s a glass of milk.

milk a glass of milk


Is this a banana?

1. _________________________________________.


Is he thin?

2. _________________________________________.

fat man fat

Are these cows?

3. _________________________________________.


Is he at home?

4. _________________________________________.

man at work work

Is this spinach?

5. _________________________________________.


Is she sad?

6. _________________________________________.

woman happy

Are these peanuts?

7. _________________________________________.

french fries

french fries

Is this a book?

8. _________________________________________.


Are these feet?

9. _________________________________________.

hands hands

Are these onions?

10. ___________________________________ _____.

flowers flowers

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  1. No, it’s not. It’s a pineapple.
  2. No, he’s not. He’s fat.
  3. No, they’re not. They’re horses.
  4. No, he’s not. He’s at work.
  5. No, it’s not. It’s pizza.
  6. No, she’s not. She’s happy.
  7. No, they’re not. They’re french fries.
  8. No, it’s not. It’s a newspaper.
  9. No, they’re not. They’re hands.
  10. No, they’re not. They’re flowers.

Here’s a tip: It’s a good idea to write out both the question and the anwer in your notebook. You can also draw a picture of each object or person. Writing and drawing will help improve your ability to memorize new words.