Inglese Classe 5

Invalsi 28-67.qxp_Layout 1 30/08/21 10:05 Pagina 60 P R A C T I C E 4 prova 4 reading Task 3 Pocket money Read the text about how teenagers spend their pocket money. Choose the correct answer (A,B,C or D). Put a cross ( ) in the correct box. The first one (0) is an example. Pocket money is money that adults give you and you are free to spend. Some parents don t give their children any pocket money regularly, they just give them money for birthdays or at Christmas. Teenagers can spend their pocket money on things that they like. You can spend your money all at once, but you know that there s not money until your next pay day . Or you can spend it for useful things, or games, DVDs and presents. A new research shows that children in the United Kingdom spend about £1.75 a day on the way to and from school on sweets, chocolate, crisps and drinks. 0 What is pocket money? A. Money that you have in your pocket B. Money that adults give you and you are free to spend C. Money that you find on the floor D. Money that adults give you to buy books for school Q1 How can teenagers spend their pocket money? A. They can buy tickets for the cinema B. They can buy books or DVDs C. They can buy food for lunch D. They can buy things they like Q2 Children in the United Kingdom spend A. £ 2 a day B. £17.5 a day C. £ 1.75 a day D. £ 1.75 a week Q3 They spend all their money on A. Comics and magazines B. Food and drinks C. Games D. Presents Q4 Parents give you pocket money 60 A. Only at Christmas B. Only for birthdays C. On the pay day D. Once a week

Inglese Classe 5
Inglese Classe 5
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