Tom’s school

 

Tom Schuft lives with his parents in Canterbury, near Dover. MrsSchuft, Tom’s mother, is a Biology teacher in Tom’s school. Every day they get up very early and go to school together. Before MrSchuft goes to his office in the city centre, he drives his wife and his son to school. Tom is a pupil in the 6th grade. The name of his school is “Sunshine day”.

 

 

Tom likes his school a lot because it is modern, big and comfortable. The teachers are very nice and the atmosphere is great. He studies many subjects and his favorite is English. He loves his English teacher because she is friendly, cheerful and helpful. He also likes to play football and basketball.

In the school, there are two buildings: the main building and the gymnasium. In front of the gymnasium there is a big courtyard with a nice small garden. In the main building, on the left there is the Headmaster’s office and on the right is the school office. There are classrooms downstairs and upstairs. The gymnasium is opposite the main building.

ACCORDING TO THE TEXT ABOVE: Mark the sentences TRUE or FALSE

1.     Tom lives in Dover.                                                          …………

2.     Tom’s mother is a Biology teacher.                                  …………

3.     Tom is a pupil in the 5th grade.                                         …………

4.     Tom’s school is old, big and comfortable.                        …………

5.     Tom’sfavorite subject is English.                         …………

6.     Tom likes to play baseball.                                               …………

7.     There are two buildings inTom’sschool.              …………

8.     There is a small courtyard in front of the gymnasium.     …………

9.     In the main building, there is the school office.                …………

10.  The main building is opposite the gymnasium.                …………

Answer the Questions

1.     Where does Tom live?

2.     What is the name of Tom’s school?

3.     What is Tom’sfavorite subject?

4.     What is in front of the gymnasium?