April Fools’ Day Balloons



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  1. April Fools’ Day Balloons, p. 8

Drive, April 2016


Listen and fill in the gaps.


On April 1st, April Fools’ Day, friends ______________ fun pranks on each other. One year at university my friends and I wanted to play a really big ______________ on our Resident Director, Steve. He was a fun guy who loved pranks. My friends and I went to a ______________ ______________ and bought 300 balloons and a lot of glitter. Then we went back to our dorm room and started ______________ all the balloons up and filling them with the ______________ . It took us all day, but in the end we blew up all 300 balloons. The only thing we needed to do was to get into Steve’s ______________ .

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  1. April Fools’ Day Balloons, p. 8

Drive, April 2016


  1. Write the past forms of the verbs in the right place in the chart:

want, go, blow, fill, give, sneak, hide, come, start, be, laugh, pour


Irregular verbs – past form

Regular verbs – past form









  1. Now complete the sentences with the right verbs from the chart.




  1. Tosin and his friends ______________ to play an April Fools’ prank on Steve.

  2. Tosin’s friends ______________ to a craft store and bought 300 balloons and a lot of glitter.

  3. They ______________ the balloons up and ______________ them with glitter.

  4. Steve’s assistant ______________ Tosin a key to Steve’s apartment.

  5. Tosin and his friends _____________ into Steve’s apartment and put the balloons everywhere.

  6. They ______________ in the bathroom and waited.

  7. When Steve _____________ home, the boys _____________ to pop the balloons with needles.

  8. Steve ______________ and the boys helped Steve to clean up the glitter in his apartment.

  9. But there ______________ one balloon left on Steve’s chair in the kitchen.

  10. Next morning, Steve ___________ water on Tosin and his friends, who were still in their beds.

SOLUTIONS

  1. April Fools’ Day Balloons, p. 8

Drive, April 2016
Listen and fill in the gaps.
On April 1st, April Fools’ Day, friends play fun pranks on each other. One year at university my friends and I wanted to play a really big prank on our Resident Director, Steve. He was a fun guy who loved pranks. My friends and I went to a craft store and bought 300 balloons and a lot of glitter. Then we went back to our dorm room and started blowing all the balloons up and filling them with the glitter. It took us all day, but in the end we blew up all 300 balloons. The only thing we needed to do was to get into Steve’s apartment.

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  1. April Fools’ Day Balloons, p. 8

Drive, April 2016


  1. Write the past forms of the verbs in the right place in the chart:

want, go, blow, fill, give, sneak, hide, come, start, be, laugh, pour


Irregular verbs – past form

Regular verbs – past form

went, blew, gave, snuck (sneaked also possible), hid, came, was/ were


wanted, filled, started, laughed, poured




  1. Now complete the sentences with the right verbs from the chart.




  1. Tosin and his friends wanted to play an April Fools’ prank on Steve.

  2. Tosin’s friends went to a craft store and bought 300 balloons and a lot of glitter.

  3. They blew the balloons up and filled them with glitter.

  4. Steve’s assistant gave Tosin a key to Steve’s apartment.

  5. Tosin and his friends snuck into Steve’s apartment and put the balloons everywhere.

  6. They hid in the bathroom and waited.

  7. When Steve came home, the boys started to pop the balloons with needles.

  8. Steve laughed, and the boys helped Steve to clean up the glitter in his apartment.

  9. But there was one balloon left on Steve’s chair in the kitchen.

  10. Next morning, Steve poured water on Tosin and his friends, who were still in their beds.


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