Easter
Comparatives
Zero/ First conditional
Geography
Baby animals
100

Which bird lays the largest eggs?

Ostrich

100

Skiing is ...(exciting: comparative) football.

Skiing is more exciting than football.

100

If it ... (rain), I ... (use) an umbrella.

rains; use Zero conditional

100

What city or town do you live in?

Innisfil, Alcona, Barrie, Orillia

100

What is the name of the baby dog?

puppy

200

What name is given to the Sunday before Easter?

Palm Sunday

200

His result at the test is ... (bad; comparative) mine.

His result at the test is worse than mine.

200

The moon ... (be) bright if there ... (be) no clouds.

is; are - Zero conditional

200

What city is the capital of Ontario?

Toronto

200

What is the name of the baby cow?

calf

300

Which three animals are traditionally associated with Easter?

Chicks, Bunnies and Lambs

300

She has ... (little; comparative) money than me.

She has less money than me.

300

If he ... (jump) out of the window, he ... (hurt) himself.

jumps;will hurt - First conditional

300

What province do you live in?

Ontario

300

What is the name of the baby pig?

piglet

400

What are two traditional Easter Games?

Easter egg hunt and egg rolling.

400

Potatoes aren't ... (healthy; as ... as) apples.

Potatoes aren't as healthy as apples.

400

Please ... (call) one of the managers if this phone ... (start) ringing.

call; starts - Zero conditional

400

What is the capital of Canada?

Ottawa

400

What is the name of the baby bear?

cub

500

Where is the largest egg museum located and how many eggs are on display?

Poland. The museum has more than 1500 eggs from all over the world.

500

Graham writes .... (clearly; comparative) me.

Graham writes more clearly than me.

500

The bus is very late today. If it ... (not come) soon, I ... (be) late for work.

doesn't come; will be - First conditional

500

What country do you live in?

Canada

500

What is the name of the baby horse?

foal

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