Answers! Tuesday 19th January

Grammar:

Reading:

  1.  Fishlegs took a sideways glance at Hiccup because Hiccup did not have a dragon.
  2. There are two more parts left to complete the test before they become full members of the Tribe.
  3. The next task for the children to complete is that they need to train their dragons.
  4. The children need to assert their will over the wild creature and show it who is the Master. 
  5. The boys need to teach their dragons: To obey simple commands such as “go” and “stay” AND train their dragons to hunt fish for them.
  6. Gobber asked the children to study a book called, ‘How to Train Your Dragon,’ by Professor Yobbish if they are stuck.
  7. The children have four months to prepare for the Initiation Day.
  8. The children need to prove that they have trained their dragon to the satisfaction of Gobber and the other elders of the Tribe.
  9. Any  2 points
    • Island of Berk is a sort of country where the sea and the land were always falling into one another and getting mixed up. 
    • The island has holes burrowed by water
    • It has maze of criss-crossing underground streams.
    • Slide looking piece of grass may suddenly lead to a black, sticky mud.
    • The ferns might lead to a fording river
  10.      a) fiasco – a complete failure, especially a ludicrous or humiliating one or disaster b) Ominously- in a way that suggests that something bad is going to happen. c) Hibernation – the condition or period of an animal or plant spending the winter in a dormant, inactive or sleepy state. d) bracken – a tall fern e) Limpets – a marine mollusc which has a shallow conical shell and a broad muscular foot, found clinging tightly to rocks.

Maths:

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Geography:

  • Is East Anglia in the north or east of the country? EAST
  • Is Northumbria in the north or south of the country? NORTH
  • Is Kent in the northwest or the southeast of the country? SOUTHEAST
  • Is Wessex in the southwest or northeast of the country? SOUTHWEST

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