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  What can you see in this setting? Where do you think this is? How has Petur chosen and used colours to create a mood? Who is the person hanging from the clock tower? How did he get there? Who is the person holding him?...

  What is this place? Describe the setting and include these key words: bat, tomb, hieroglyphics, skeleton, columns, sarcophagus, shadow, torch, flame. Who are the people? Why are they here? Why are they wearing special glasses and belts? What do they do? Who was buried...

  Describe this setting. Try to include all of the details that someone else might miss! Who lives here? Draw the character(s). Why do you think this person lives here? What makes this house suitable for them? Think of a character who definitely¬†wouldn't live here....

Who is this man? Is he a good or bad character? Explain your opinion and support it with evidence. What is he doing? Why did he stop here? Why does he have a sword? Does he know how to fight? Was the tree already...

  Who is the boy in the foreground? What do you know about him? What can you infer? What does his expression tell you? Is something wrong with his face? Is he hiding? Why? What can you see behind him? Is it the ghost of...

  Describe this setting. Use the vocabulary builder to help you. Play the grammar warm up game to write a setting description. Who lives here? Would you like to live here? Why are the flowers glowing? Who is the girl in the foreground? Is she...

  Fill in the vocabulary builder, paying particular attention to the prepositions you could use when talking/writing about this picture. Use the vocabulary to construct sentences. What are the trolls doing? Why are they sitting underneath the bridge? What do you think the trolls are...