Hmmm? What? It’s time to wake up? Why? Is it breakfast time? Ow! Stop hitting me Scratchy!
Hi! I’m Smokey. If you don’t have something for me to eat, I’m not interested. And if you stroke me for too long, I’ll get grumpy. I can bite, OK? Can I go back to sleep now? Ow! (Scratchy again.)
What’s that? Scratchy says if I give you some homework I can have some food. We’ve got a deal!
I think Jo went to the shop to get me some more food. She says: In my last blog I told you about question tags. Can you complete these phrases with the correct question tags?
1) Naheed is a talented artist, __________________?
2) Naheed draws beautifully, __________________?
3) Today is Saturday, ________________________?
4) You are good at English, ___________________?
5) I am quite a grumpy cat, ___________________?
OK where’s my food? I’d like to chat some more, but I have to catch up on my beauty sleep.
Zzzzzzzzzz! The usual way in English to show that someone is snoring and, therefore, is asleep.
Ow! Like ‘Ouch!’, you can use this interjection when something hurts.
stroke means ‘to touch gently’, usually by sliding your hand over something.
If you’re grumpy, you’re in a bad mood.
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