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Smart English 4 Answer Keys 1 Lesson 1 Music and Sports A. Look and Say. 1. Listen and write the number. 1–2 It’s your turn. Look in your room. 2. Ask and answer. B. Look and Learn 1. What can he do? He can play the piano. 2. What can she do? She can play the violin. 3. What can they do? They can play basketball. 4. What can they do? They can play soccer. 5. What can he do? He can skateboard. 6. What can she do? She can snowboard. C. Look and 2. Ask and answer. 1. What can she do? She can snowboard. practice 2. What can they do? They can play basketball. 3. What can he do? He can play the piano. 4. What can they do? They can skateboard 5. What can she do? She can play the violin. 6. What can he do? He can play soccer. 7. What can you do? I can play the flute. . .1. Match and write. D. Look and Play 1. E 2. B 3. F 4. C 5. D 6. A 2 2. Point and say. 1. They can play soccer. 2. He can’t play the violin. 3. They can’t play basketball. 4. He can skateboard. 5. She can’t snowboard. 6. She can play the piano. 3. What can they do? What can you do? Point and say. 1. She can play the violin. 2. She can’t play soccer. 3. He can’t play the piano. 4. He can snowboard. 5. They can’t play the basketball. 6. They can skateboard. 7. I can play the piano. 8. I can’t play soccer. 2 Lesson 2 Doing Things A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 1. Listen and write the number. 2–1–3 It’s your turn. Yes, I can. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What can she do? She can climb a tree. 2. What can he do? He can do a cartwheel. 3. What can she do? She can drive a car. 4. What can he do? He can fly a kite. 5. What can they do? They can jump rope. 6. What can they do? They can ride a bike. 4. Ask and answer. 1. Can he drive a car? No, he can’t. 2. Can she fly a kite? No, she can’t. 3. Can they jump rope? No, they can. 4. Can he climb a tree? Yes, he can. 5. Can they do a cartwheel? Yes, they can. 6. Can she ride a bike? Yes, she can. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Can he ride a bike? No, he can’t. 2. Can they do a cartwheel? Yes, they can. 3. Can they jump rope? Yes, they can. 4. Can she climb a tree? No, she can’t. 5. Can he fly a kite? Yes, he can. 6. Can she drive a car? No, she can’t. 1. Ask your friend. Write Yes or No. 1. Can you play the violin? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. 2. Can you play the piano? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. 3. Can you play basketball? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. 4. Can you play soccer? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. 5. Can you skateboard? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. 6. Can you snowboard? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. 2. Ask and write. 1. What can he do? He can jump rope. 2. What can it do? It can ride a bike. 3. What can they do? They can drive a car. 4. What can they do? They can do a cartwheel. 5. What can he do? He can fly a kite. 6. What can she do? She can climb a tree. 3 Lesson 3 Jump Up 1 A. Link and Say. B. Listen and Do C. Read and Do 1. Look and write the number. 2–3–1–4–6–5 2. Read and check. 1. The cat with a flower(Tabby) 2. The cat with a ribbon(Jasper) 3. The pink cat(Butter) 4. The brown cat(Frank) 2. Listen and circle. 1. Can she drive a car? Yes, she can. 2. What can they do? They can jump rope. 3. What can he do? He can do a cartwheel. 4. Can he skateboard? No, he can’t. He can snowboard. 5. Can they play basketball? Yes, they can. 6. Can she climb a tree? No, she can’t. She can fly a kite. LET’S CHECK. 1. They are at the parl. 1. He is playing soccer. He can kick the ball hard and score a goal. 2. She is playing basketball. She can throw the ball far and make a basket. 3. I can ride a bike. 4 Lesson 4 Describing Things A. Link and Say B. Look and Learn C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 1. Listen and write the number. 2–3–1 It’s your turn. Yes, I’m ready. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What is it? It’s an old computer. 2. What is it? It’s a new computer. 3. What is it? It’s a wet towel. 4. What is it? It’s a dry towel. 5. What are they? They’re dirty shoes. 6. What are they? They’re clean shoes. 2. Point and say. 1. They’re clean shoes. 2. They’re dirty shoes. 3. It’s a dry towel. 4. It’s a wet towel. 5. It’s a new computer. 6. It’s an old computer. 2. Look and match. 1. old 2. dry 3. dirty 4. new 5. wet 6. clean 3. Point and say. 1. The bike is old. 2. The umbrella is dry. 3. The boots are dirty 4. The bike is new. 5. The umbrella is wet. 6. The boots are clean. 1. Look and compare. Point and say. 1. The car is old. / The car is new. 2. The tent is wet. / The tent is dry. 3. The lamp is old. / The lamp is new. 4. The logs are wet. / The logs are dry. 5. The clothes are dirty. / The clothes are clean. 6. The boots are dirty. / The boots are clean. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Can she climb a tree? No, she can’t. 2. Can he drive a car? No, he can’t. 3. Can they jump rope? Yes, they can. 4. Can he ride a bike? Yes, he can. 5. Can they do a cartwheel? No, they can’t. 6. Can you fly a kite? Yes, I can. 5 Lesson 5 Describing Animals A. Link and Say B. Look and Learn C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 1. Listen and write the number. 3–2–1 It’s your turn. Don’t worry. It won’t hurt you. 2. Point and say. 1. It’s a friendly lion. 2. It’s a dangerous lion. 3. It’s a strong bear. 4. It’s a weak bear. 5. He’s a brave man. 6. He’s a scared man. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What is it? It’s a lion. Is it friendly? Yes, it is. 2. What is it? It’s an elephant. Is it strong? Yes, it is. 3. What is it? It’s a monkey. Is it strong? No, it isn’t. It’s weak. 4. What is it? It’s a snake. Is it friendly? No, it isn’t. It’s dangerous. 5. What is it? It’s a bird. Is it scared? No, it isn’t. It’s brave. 6. What is it? It’s a fox. Is it scared? Yes, it is. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Are they friendly? Yes, they are. 2. Is it weak? No, it isn’t. It’s strong. 3. Is he scared? Yes, he is. 4. Are they dangerous? No, they aren’t. They’re friendly. 5. Are they strong? Yes, they are. 6. Is it brave? Yes, it is. 1. Look and match. 1. old 2. scared 4. dry 5. friendly 7. brave 8. Dirty 10. wet 11. strong 2. Point and say. 1. It’s an old house. 3. It’s a clean bag. 5. It’s a friendly god. 7. It’s a brave horse. 9. It’s a new house. 11. It’s a strong gorilla. 6 3. clean 6. weak 9. new 12. Dangerous 2. It’s a scared horse. 4. It’s a dry T-shirt. 6. It’s a weak gorilla. 8. It’s a dirty bag. 10. It’s a wet T-shirt. 12. It’s a dangerous dog. Lesson 6 Jump Up 2 A. Link and Say. B. Listen and Do C. Read and Do 1. Look and write the number. 3–1–2–6–5–4 3. Read and match. 1. It’s an old bike. 2. He can’t ride a bike. 3. It’s the dog’s bike. 4. No, he isn’t. 2. Listen and circle. 1. Is it a new computer? Yes, it is. 2. What is it? It’s a lion. Is it dangerous? No, it isn’t. Its’ friendly. 3. Is this a dry towel? No, it isn’t. It’s wet. 4. Are they clean boots? Yes, they are. 5. What is it? It’s a tiger. Is it scared? No, it isn’t. It’s brave. 6. What are they? They’re hamsters. Are they strong? No, they aren’t. They’re weak. LET’S CHECK. 1. It is in South America. 2. He goes to school 3. She has a snack. 4. She does homework. 5. They eat dinner. 6. They watch TV. 7 Lesson 7 My Day A. Link and Say B. Look and Learn C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 1. Listen and write the number. 3–1–2 It’s your turn. Sounds great. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What does he do in the morning? He brushes his teeth. 2. What does he do in the morning? He goes to school. 3. What does she do in the afternoon? She has a snack. 4. What does she do in the afternoon? She does homework. 5. What do they do in the evening? They eat dinner. 6. What do they do in the evening? They watch TV. 7. What does she do at night? She listens to music. 8. What does he do at night? He goes to bed. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Where does she do in the morning? She brushes her teeth. 2. What do they do in the morning? They play the violin. 3. What does she do in the afternoon? She has a snack. 4. What do they do in the afternoon? – They do homework. 5. What do they do in the evening? – They watch TV. 6. What does he do at night? He listens to music. 7. What do you do in the evening? I read a book. 1. Ask and answer. 1. What does he do in the morning? He drives to work. 2. What do they do in the morning? They play the violin. 3. What does she do in the morning? She rides a bike to school. 4. What does he do in the morning? He jumps rope. 5. What do they do in the afternoon? They play soccer. 6. What does he do in the afternoon? He flies a kite. 7. What do they do in the afternoon? They play basketball. 8. What does she do in the afternoon? She climbs a tree. 2. Ask your friend. Write Yes or No. 1. Are you friendly? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 2. Are you dangerous? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 3. Are you weak? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 4. Are you strong? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 5. Are you scared? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 6. Are you brave? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 8 Lesson 8 My Weekends A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn 1. Listen and write the number. 2–1–3 It’s your turn. I want a hamburger. 1. Ask and answer. 1. What does he do on the weekend? He practices the violin. 2. What does she do on the weekend? She cleans the house. 3. What does she do on the weekend? She reads a book. 4. What does he do on the weekend? He washes the car. 5. What do they do on the weekend? They go shopping. 6. What do they do on the weekend? They play sports. C. Look Practice and 2. Ask and answer. ▷What do they do on the weekend? 1. Does he clean the house? No, he doesn’t. He washes the car on the weekend. 2. Do they play sports on the weekend? Yes, they do. 3. Do they go shopping on the weekend? No, they don’t. They clean the house on the weekend. 4. Does she wash the car on the weekend? No, she doesn’t. She goes shopping on the weekend. 5. Does she read a book on the weekend? Yes, she does. 6. Does he practice the violin on the weekend? Yes, he does. D. Link Review and 1. Ask you friend. Write Yes or No. 1. Do you listen to music at night? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 2. Do you watch TV at night? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 3. Do you do homework at night? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 4. Do you have a snack at night? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 5. Do you read a book on the weekend? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 6. Do you play sports on the weekend? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 7. Do you clean your room on the weekend? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 8. Do you go shopping on the weekend? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 2. Point and say. 1. It’s a clean desk. 3. It’s an old book. 2. It’s a dirty desk. 4. It’s a new book. 9 Lesson 9 Jump Up 3 A. Link and Say. B. Listen and Do C. Read and Do 1. Look and write the number. 1–3–2–6–5–4 3. Read and circle True or False. 1. False 2. False 3. True 4. False 2. Listen and circle True or False. 1. F 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. F 6. F LET’S CHECK! 1. She plays with her friends. 2. She cleans the house with her dad. 3. She does shopping with her mom. She helps her mom in the kitchen. 5. I go shopping with my family. / I clean the house with my family. 10 Lesson 10 Show Your Progress 1 A. Listening 1. Listen and number. 6–4–7–2–1–8–5–3 2. Listen and circle. 1. a 2. b 3. b B. Reading & Writing 4. a 5. a 6. b 1. Look, read, and circle. 1. scared 2. clean 3. ride a bike 4. climb a tree 5. goes to bed 6. washes the car 2. Choose and write. 1. play sports 2. dirty 3. jump rope 4. clean the house 5. brave 6. play the violin 7. have a snack 8. strong C. Speaking 1. Listen and reply. 1. What is it? It’s an old book. 2. What snack do you want? I want a banana. 3. What sports can you play? I can play baseball. 4. Look at the picture. How much is it? It’s $35. 2. Look, listen, and answer. 1. Are the shoes dry? No, they aren’t. They’re wet. 2. What can we do? He can do a cartwheel. 3. Can they jump rope? Yes, they can. 4. Is the dog dangerous? No, it isn’t. It’s friendly. 5. What does she do in the morning? She goes to school in the morning. 6. Do they play sports in the afternoon? No, they don’t. They do homework in the afternoon. 7. What does he do in the evening? He watches TV in the evening. 8. Does he read a book at night? No, he doesn’t. He goes to bed at night. Make a story 1. Look and write the number. 2 – 11 – 7 – 6 – 8 – 4 – 12 – 3 – 5 – 9 – 10 – 1 11 Lesson 11 Different Jobs A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 1. Listen and write the number. 1–3–2 It’s your turn. Don’t worry. It’s not dangerous. 1. Listen, point and repeat. 1. What do they do? They’re pilots. 2. What does he do? He’s a firefighter. 3. What does she do? She’s an artist. 4. What does she do? She’s a nurse. 5. What do they do? They’re police officers. 6. What does he do? He’s a builder. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What does he do? He’s an artist. 2. What does she do? She’s a firefighter. 3. What does she do? She’s a nurse. 4. What does he do? He’s a pilot. 5. What do they do? They’re police officers. 6. What do they do? They’re builders. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What does she do? She’s a police officer. 2. What does he do? He’s a builder. 3. What do they do? They’re artists. 4. What does he do? He’s a pilot. 5. What does she do? She’s a firefighter. 6. What do they do? They’re nurses. 7. What do you do? I’m a student. 1. Point, ask, and answer. 1. What does she do? She’s an artist. What does she do on the weekend? She goes to shopping. 2. What does he do? He’s a pilot. What does he do on the weekend? He washes the car. 3. What does she do? She’s a police officer. What does she do on the weekend? She plays baseball. 4. What does he do? He’s a builder. What does he do on the weekend? He watches TV. 5. What does she do? She’s a nurse. What does she do on the weekend? She practices the violin. 6. What does he do? He’s a firefighter. What does he do on the weekend? He reads a book. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Does he have dinner in the evening? Yes, he does. 2. Does she do homework in the evening? Yes, she does. 3. Does he listen to the music in the evening? Yes, he does. 4. Does she play the piano in the evening? No, she doesn’t. She plays the piano. 12 Lesson 12 Helping People A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn 1. Listen and write the number. 3–2–1 2. It’s your turn. Oh my god! Are you sure? 2. Ask and answer. 1. What do builders do? They build houses. 2. What do police officers do? They catch thieves. 3. What do pilots do? They fly planes. 4. What do nurses do? They help sick people. 5. What do artists do? They make art. 6. What do firefighters do? They put out fires. C. Look Practice and 2. Match, ask, and answer. 1. artists / What do artists do? They make art. 2. pilots / What do pilots do? They fly planes. 3. nurses / What do nurses do? They help sick people. 4. police officers / What do police officers do? They catch thieves. 5. firefighters / What do firefighters do? They put out the fires. 6. builders / What do builders do? They build houses. D. Link Review and 1. Point and say. 1. He’s a firefighter. He puts out the fire. 2. She’s a nurse. She helps sick people. 3. They’re builders. They build houses. 4. She’s an artist. She makes art. 5. They’re police officers. They catch thieves. 6. He’s a pilot. He flies plane. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What does she do in the morning? She brushes her teeth. 2. What does she do in the morning? She goes to school. 3. What does she do in the afternoon? She plays the piano. 4. What does she do in the afternoon? She has a snack. 5. What does she do in the evening? She does her homework. 6. What does she do in the evening? She eats dinner. 7. What does she do at night? She watches TV. 8. What does she do at night? She goes to the bed. 13 Lesson 13 Jump Up 4 A. Link and Say. 1. Look and write the number. 2–1–3–5–6–4 3. Read and circle True or False. 1. True 2. True 3. False B. Listen and Do 2. Listen and circle True or False. 1. T 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. F C. Read and Do LET’S CHECK! 1. There are three people. 2. She’s a teacher. 3. He’s a firefighter. 14 4. False Lesson 14 School Subjects A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn 1. Listen and write the number. 2–1 4. Listen and replay. 1. It’s Sunday. 2. It’s Monday. 3. It’s Tuesday. 4. It’s Wednesday. 5. It’s Thursday. 6. It’s Friday. 7. It’s Saturday. 2. Point and say. ▷ What subject are they? 1. It’s art. 2. It’s English. 3. It’s math. 4. It’s music. 5. It’s P.E. 6. It’s science. 7. It’s social studies. 4. Ask and answer. 1. What classes does she have on Monday? She has social studies and art. 2. What classes does she have on Tuesday? She has science and music. 3. What classes does she have on Wednesday? She has English and art. 4. What classes does she have on Thursday? She has art and P.E. 5. What classes does she have on Friday? She has math and music. 6. What classes does she have on weekend? She has no classes. 6. Ask and answer. 1. What classes do they have on Monday? They have English and art. 2. What classes do they have on Tuesday? They have math and science. 3. What classes do they have on Wednesday? They have science and music. 4. What classes do they have on Thursday? They have English and social studies. 5. What classes do they have on Friday? They have math and P.E. 6. What classes do they have on weekend? They have no classes. C. Look Practice and 2. Ask and answer. 1. What classes do they have on Monday? They have English and music. 2. What classes does he have on Tuesday? He has science and social studies. 3. What classes does she have on Wednesday? She has math and art. 4. What classes does he have on Thursday? He has science and English. 5. What classes do they have on Friday? They have math and P.E. 6. What classes does she have on Saturday? She has no classes. D. Link Review and 1. What classes do you have? Check and say. 1. I have art and math on Monday. 2. I have P.E. and English on Tuesday. 3. I have social studies and music on Wednesday. 4. I have math and science on Thursday. 5. I have social studies and art on Friday. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Do they fly planes? No, they don’t. They catch thieves. 2. Does he make art? Yes, he does. 15 3. 4. 5. 6. Does she help sick people? Yes, she does. Does she catch thieves? No, she doesn’t. She puts out fires. Do they build houses? Yes, they do. Does he put out fires? No, he doesn’t. He flies planes. 16 Lesson 15 After-school Activities A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 1. Look and write the number. 2–3–1 It’s your turn. It’s Thursday. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What does he do after school on Monday? He practices the flute. 2. What does she do after school on Tuesday? She goes to dance class. 3. What do they do after school on Wednesday? They have soccer practice. 4. What does he do after school on Thursday? He plays basketball. 5. What does she do after school on Saturday? She visits her grandma. 6. What do they do on Sunday? They eat out. 2. Ask and answer. 1. Does he practice the flute on Monday? Yes, he does. 2. Does she go to dance class on Tuesday? No, she doesn’t. She plays basketball. 3. Do they have soccer practice on Wednesday? Yes, they do. 4. Does she visit her grandma on Thursday? No, she doesn’t. She goes to dance class. 5. Do they eat out on Friday? Yes, they do. 6. Does he play basketball on Saturday? No, he doesn’t. He visits his grandma. 1. What do you do after school? Write the number and say. 1. I practice the piano on Monday. 2. I ride a bike on Tuesday. 3. I have English class on Wednesday. 4. I have soccer practice on Thursday. 5. I play the violin on Friday. 6. I eat out on Friday. 2. What do they do on the weekend? Ask and answer. 1. What does she do on the weekend? She reads a book. 2. What does he do on the weekend? He practices the violin. 3. What do they do on the weekend? They play sports. 4. What do they do on the weekend? They go shopping. 5. What does he do on the weekend? He washes the car. 6. What does she do on the weekend? She cleans the house. 17 Lesson 16 Jump Up 5 A. Link and Say. B. Listen and Do C. Read and Do 1. Look and write the number. 3–2–1–4–6–5 3. Read and circle True and False. 1. True 2. True 3. False 4. False 2. Read and circle. 1. What classes does he have on Tuesday? He has science. 2. Does he practice the flute on Friday? Yes, he does. 3. What does she do on Saturday? She visits her grandma. 4. What does she do after school on Wednesday? She goes to dance class. 5. Do they have music class on Monday? No, they don’t. They have art class on Monday. 6. Do they play basketball on Thursday? Yes, they do. LET’S CHECK! 1. She has English, art, and P.E. 2. He has math, science, and music. 3. They can play soccer together on Wednesday. 4. I have English and social studies on Thursday. 18 Lesson 17 Field Trips A. Link and Say. 1. Listen and write the number. 3–2–1 It’s your turn. Sorry, I can’t. I’m busy today. B. Look and Learn 2. Ask and answer. 1. Where was he yesterday? He was at the airport. 2. Where were they yesterday? They were at the amusement park. 3. Where was she yesterday? She was at the city hall. 4. Where was he yesterday? He was at the fire station. 5. Where were they yesterday? They were at the museum. 6. Where was she yesterday? She was at the police station. C. Look Practice and D. Link Review and 2. Ask and answer. ▷Where were they yesterday? 1. Was he at the city hall yesterday? Yes, he was. 2. Were they at the fire station yesterday? No, they weren’t. They were at the museum. 3. Was she at the police station yesterday? Yes, she was. 4. Was she at the airport yesterday? No, she wasn’t. She was at the fire station. 5. Were they at the museum yesterday? No, they weren’t. They were at the airport. 6. Was he at the amusement park yesterday? Yes, he was. 1. Look, ask, and answer. 1. Where was she yesterday? She was at the museum. / Where is she today? She’s at school. 2. Where was he yesterday? He was at the airport. / Where is he today? He’s at work. 3. Where were they yesterday? They were at the amusement park. / Where are they today? They’re at home. 4. Where were you yesterday? I was at the movies. / Where are you today? I’m at work. 2. Ask and answer. 1. What does he do on Monday? He plays soccer. 2. What does she do on Tuesday? She visits her grandma. 3. What does she do on Wednesday? She practices the flute. 4. What do they do on Thursday? They play basketball. 5. What does she do on Friday? She goes to dance class 6. What do they do on Saturday? They eat out (on Saturday). 19 Lesson 18 Weather A. Link and Say. B. Look and Learn 1. Listen and write the number. 1–3–2 It’s your turn. The merry-go-round. 2. Point and say. ▷How is the weather? 1. It’s cloudy. 2. It’s foggy. 3. It’s rainy. 4. It’s snowy. 5. It’s sunny. 6. It’s windy. 4. Ask and answer. 1. How was the weather yesterday in London? It was foggy. How’s the weather today in London? It’s sunny. 2. How was the weather yesterday in Beijing? It was windy. How’s the weather today in Beijing? It’s cloudy. 3. How was the weather yesterday in Sydney? It was snowy. How’s the weather today in Sydney? It’s rainy. 4. How was the weather yesterday in New York? It was snowy. How’s the weather today in New York? It’s windy. C. Look Practice and 2. Ask and answer. 1. Was it cloudy yesterday in Cairo? Yes, it was. 2. Was it windy yesterday in Paris? No, it wasn’t. It was foggy. 3. Was it sunny yesterday in Seoul? Yes, it was. 4. Is it rainy today in Cairo? No, it isn’t. It’s windy. 5. Is it snowy today in Seoul? Yes, it is. D. Link Review and 1. Point and say. ▷Who are they? What do they do? Where were they yesterday? How was the weather? 1. He’s a pilot. He flies planes. He was at the airport yesterday. It was windy. 2. She’s an artist. She makes art. She was at the museum yesterday. It was rainy. 3. They’re police officers. They catch thieves. They were at the police station yesterday. It was sunny. 4. He’s a builder. He builds houses. He was at the city hall yesterday. It was cloudy. 5. She’s a nurse. She helps sick people. She was at the amusement park. It was sunny. 6. They’re firefighters. They put out fires. They were at the fire station yesterday. It was foggy. 2. Point and say. 1. I like art. / I don’t’ like art. 2. I like English. / I don’t like English. 3. I like math. / I don’t like math. 4. I like music. / I don’t like music. 5. I like P.E. / I don’t like P.E. 6. I like science. / I don’t like science. 7. I like social studies. / I don’t like social studies. 20
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