Adventure at Haydon Point
Stage 2 Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/Key
Liz Ferretti - Illustraded by Bianca Bagnatelli
“It was all so different from London. The strangest thing was the light that came into his room.
It travelled across his ceiling and then it went, leaving his room dark. After a few seconds it was back, then it disappeared, again and again.”
One summer, city boy Sam stays with his uncle. It’s all so different from London! There’s a river and boats, and a new friend, Rachel.
But something strange happens… One day Sam and Rachel find a strange bird with a long beak that looks like a spoon. It has thin fishing rope round
its legs. It certainly can’t fly! And who are the two men in black?
Present Simple, Past Simple, Past
Continuous, Future with going to.
Subordinate clause following sure,
know, think, if, because, Subordinate
clause with if (zero and 1st conditionals)
Location: to, on, inside, etc. Direction:
to, into, out of, from, etc. Prepositional
phrases: at the top of, in front of, etc.
Adventure | Nature | The Sea and Boats
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