Last Saturday Emma went to . . . visit . . . her Aunt Jane. “It’s Mum’s birthday tomorrow,” said Emma, “and I want to giver her some (1) . . . . . . and a cake, but I’m not very good at cooking. Can you make a cake for me, please?”
“I’m sorry,” said Aunt Jane, “I don’t have much time today. I have to (2) . . . . . . after the baby, cut the grass and wash the car.”
“I’ll do that,” said Emma. “Will you make the cake for me, please?” “OK,” said Jane.
So Emma played with the baby, and when he was sleeping she washed the car and cut the grass. Then the baby (3) . . . . . . up and she played with him again.
When the cake was (4) . . . . . ., Aunt Jane went to find the children. She laughed when she saw that Emma was sleeping and the baby was sitting and watching television next to her on his (5) . . . . . ..