the hero

The Hero



Oh no famous watch out
wow believe front page
theme look out I can’t believe it
next autograph give/gave/given






Hi guys, it’s Emily. And this week’s theme on Seven Twinkling Teens is . . .

. . . OH NO! . . . Watch out!

That’s fine.


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The newspaper’s here.

Wow! I can’t believe it! I made the front page of a national newspaper!

I’m famous!


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Emily: I’m just going to the shops.

People: Can I have your autograph! Can I have your autograph! Can I have your autograph! Emily, give me your autograph! Autograph! Autograph! Me next!

Emily, Emily can I have your photograph! Can I have your photograph! Another one Emily. Another photograph, Emily.

Emily: Maybe being famous isn’t what I thought it would be like.


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1. Emily told everyone what the week’s theme was. True or false?

2. Why didn’t she say what the theme was?

3. What happened? What did Emily do?

4. The next day, what did she find? What did she see? How did she feel?

5. After the newspaper featured Emily on its front page, everything went back to normal. Is this right or wrong?

6. What did everyone want?

7. Emily loved being famous. Yes, no, in the middle, in the beginning only.


A. Have you ever rescued or saved anyone?

B. I have been in the newspaper or on television. Yes or no?

C. Have you seen your friends on TV or the newspaper?

D. Have you seen or met any celebrities or other famous people?

E. All my friends want to be famous. Is this correct or incorrect?

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