underground (n): a system of trains that runs under the ground
station (n): a stopping point for trains where people can get on and off
turn left (phr): to change the direction you are travelling in and go in the direction to your left
turn right (phr): to change the direction you are travelling in and go in the direction to your right
1 Saturday, 20th November
2 5 pm
3 He takes the underground to Central Station. Then he goes up the stairs and comes out of the tube station into the High Street and turns left at the supermarket.
He walks along the street and past the baker’s and then turns left at the pet shop into King Street. He walks across the street and then turns right at the next street and Billy’s house is next to the florist’s.
3 Don’t enter.
4 Turn right.
b) 1 past
2 a, The
4 -, – (capitalise their)
6 the (capitalise my)
7 – (capitalise this)
8 -, a
10 a, the, The
[ðɪ]: the iron, the eraser, the armchair.