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Diversificacin

ESO
Este cuadernillo fotocopiable incluye prcticos ejercicios para utilizar en tus clases de diversificacin de 1er Ciclo y 2 Ciclo de ESO.

Agradecemos a Carlos Paredes Salado su colaboracin en el desarrollo de este material.

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NDICE
1er Ciclo ESO

Where are you from? Families Habits Can you ...? What are you doing? Time Food Past Time

4 6 8 10 11 12 14 16

2 Ciclo ESO

People, things and places What do you usually do? The house How much/How many? We are studying Past time Offers, suggestions and predictions Comparisons Answer Key

17 18 20 21 22 24 26 28 30

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WHERE ARE YOU FROM?


Presente Simple: el verbo to be Se traduce por ser o estar.

AFIRMATIVO

You are not He is not She is not It is not (It isnt) We are not They are not

(You arent) (He isnt) (She isnt)

Are you ... ? Is he ... ? Is she ... ?

I am
He is She is It is

(Im)
(Hes) (Shes) (Its)

You are (Youre)

(We arent) (They arent) Is it ... ? Are we ... ? Are they ... ?

We are (Were) They are(Theyre) INTERRROGATIVO Am I ... ?

NEGATIVO I am not (Im not)

1. Completa con el verbo to be en presente. a) b) c) d) e) Mary __is___ a student. They _____ footballplayers. We ______ tall. Paul and Mary _____ French. Barcelona ______ in Spain.

2. Ahora, escribe las oraciones de arriba de forma abreviada. a) Marys a student b) _______________________ c) _______________________ d) _______________________ e )_______________________ 3. Ordena las siguientes palabras y forma oraciones. a) an/ Robert de Niro/ is/actor. _Robert de Niro is an actor b) American/ he/ is. ______________________ c) are/ we/ students.
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______________________ d) Spain/ the/ in/ Prado Museum/ is. _______________________ e) are/ Japanese/ people/ those. ________________________

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?


4. Une cada pas con su nacionalidad correspondiente. COUNTRIES Scotland France Ireland Japan Britain Australia China Italy Portugal the USA Germany Canada Turkey Argentina Spain Russia Wales NATIONALITIES Spanish Turkish Scottish Welsh French American British Russian Canadian Portuguese Italian Chinese Argentinian Irish German Japanese Australian

5. Completa las oraciones siguiendo el ejemplo. -Where is Antonio Banderas from? He is from Spain. Hes Spanish a) Where are you from? I________from_________. I am_______________ b) Where_______ David and Joe from? They________from Australia. They are____________ c) Where is Marie from? She is____________France. _______ ____ ____ _______ d) ___________ ___________ __________ __________? He ________ from Germany. __________ ___________ e) Where are the Simpsons from?
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They_________ _________ the USA. They are_____________

FAMILIES
Cuando queremos expresar que alguien posee algo en ingls lo hacemos de la siguiente manera: Nombre de la persona que posee + s seguido de la cosa que posee. Ejemplo: My mothers car (el coche de mi madre) Peters book (el libro de Peter)

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Completa el ejercicio siguiendo el ejemplo. - the car/my mother my mothers car a) the computer/Michael ____________________ b) the party/Ann ___________________________ c) the suitcase/Peter ________________________ d) the opinion/your father ____________________ e) the book/Tom ___________________________

Tambin utilizamos la preposicin of para expresar posesin cuando nos referimos a lugares o cosas. Ejemplo: The door of the car (la puerta del coche) The capital of Spain (la capital de Espaa)

2. Completa el ejercicio siguiendo el ejemplo. - the door/the car the door of the car a) the capital/Spain ____________________ b)the keyboard/the computer ____________________ c) the name/the street ____________________ d) the end/the film ____________________ e) the leg/this table ____________________ 3. Busca las palabras siguientes palabras en la sopa de letras. Todas tienen relacin con la familia. children daughter mother uncle father cousin nephew wife sister aunt nice husband brother grandfather grandmother

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C H I L D R E N N D G

A U N C L E A J C A R

S Z C F A T H E R U A

D E S N I S U O C G N

F E O Q T I S K M H D

G C N W Y S D L O T F

E I V E U O F A T E A

F N D N A B S U H R T

I X B R I P G N E D H

W E H P E N H T R F E

I B R O T H E R A O R

G R A N D M O T H E R

FAMILIES
4. Analiza el rbol genealgico de Ingrid

Daniel

Elisabeth

David

Kristin

Ingrid

John

Peter

Tim

Allie

Lisa

Michael

5. Completa las siguientes oraciones con los parentescos que unen a las siguientes personas. a) Daniel is Ingrids father_____________ b) Elisabeth is Ingrids________________ c) Kristin is Ingrids__________________ d) John is Ingrids____________________ e) Ingrid is Johns___________________ f) Peter is Ingrids____________________ g) Lisa is Ingrids____________________ h) Michael is Ingrids_________________ i) Allie is Ingrids____________________ j) Ingrid is Tims_____________________ k) John is Allies_____________________ l)Tim and Lisa are___________________

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Adems en ingls podemos expresar posesin con el verbo to have got (tener). Utilizamos la forma has got para he/she/it 6. a) b) c) Completa las siguientes oraciones sobre Ingrid Ingrid has got a brother and a sister She _________________two ________________(Tim and Allie) She and John _______________two ______________(Lisa and Michael)

. Escribe sobre tu familia utilizando el verbo to have got a) ______________________________________________(brothers/sisters) b) ______________________________________________(cousins) c) ______________________________________________(uncle/aunt) d) ______________________________________________(nephew/niece)

HABITS
Simple Present
El presente simple se utiliza para hablar de lo que habitualmente hacemos.

AFIRMATIVO I drink You drink He drinks She drinks It drinks

NEGATIVO I dont drink You dont drink

INTERROGATIVO

Do I drink?

Do you drink? He doesnt drink She doesnt drink It doesnt drink We dont drink We drink They dont drink They drink Do we drink? Does it drink? Does he drink?

Does she drink?

Do they drink?

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En afirmativa, cuando hablamos de he (Peter, John), she (Mary, Susan), it (the school, the bus) se le aade una s (en algunos casos es) al verbo. To drink he drinks To brush she brushes

1. Completa las oraciones con la forma correspondiente en presente simple. a) We often play (play) tennis on Wednesday. b) She usually ____________(wear) casual clothes. c) I ____________(brush) my teeth every morning. d) Susan and Alice ____________(work) together. e) Maggie _____________(work) for the National Bank.

La forma negativa se forma con dont/doesnt + verbo. Doesnt es la forma utilizada para he/she/it. 2. Completa las siguientes oraciones con la forma negativa en presente simple. a) We dont smoke. (not/smoke) b) Mary___________(not/walk) to school. c) They________________(not/go) to the beach in summer. d) He_______________(not/live) in Madrid. e) I______________(not/feel) ok.

HABITS

La forma interrogativa se forma con do/does + sujeto + verbo.

3. Completa las oraciones y haz preguntas en presente simple. a) Do you like (you/like) water sports? b) What ___________________(he/do)? c) ____________________(you/watch)TV?

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d) _____________________(your dog/sleep) at night? e) Where____________________(she/go) in summer?

4. Fjate en el siguiente cuadro lo que les gusta a Elsie y a James. Completa la ltima columna con lo que a ti te gusta.

Elsie Fruit Cakes Fish Vegetables V X X V

James X V V V

You

5.Completa las oraciones siguientes con ayuda del cuadro de arriba. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Elsie likes fruit. James doesnt like fruit. Elsie ________ cakes. James ________ fish. James and Elsie ________ vegetables. I __________ cakes. I __________ vegetables.

CAN YOU ...?


El verbo can expresa habilidad, lo que se sabe hacer y siempre va delante de otro verbo. Ejemplo: I can ski. (S esquiar) She can speak English. ( Ella habla ingls) Observa cmo se niega y cmo se pregunta: I cant ride a horse. (No s montar a caballo) Can you speak Italian? ( Hablas italiano ? ) 1. Construye oraciones, utilizando las partculas que aparecen en el siguiente cuadro.

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I You He She It We They

Can

Ride Run Use Play Sing Cook Speak Swim Drive Draw dance

A horse A marathon A car A computer A DVD player Tennis Basketball The guitar 500 metres flamenco a picture French English

I can use a computer. __________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ 2. Ahora escribe oraciones sobre las cosas que t sabes haces. I can write. ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________

WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Present Continuous Expresa lo que est ocurriendo en este momento. El presente continuo se forma con to be + verbo-ing

AFIRMATIVO I am (Im) walking

You are (youre) walking He is (hes) walking

She is (shes) walking It is (its) walking


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We are (were) walking They are (theyre) walking NEGATIVO I am not (Im not)walking You are not (arent)walking He is not (isnt) walking She is not (isnt) walking It is not (isnt) walking

We are not (arent) walkingThey are not (arent)walking

Is he walking?

Is she walking?

INTERROGATIVO

Is it walking?

Am I walking?

Are we walking?

Are you walking?

Are they walking?

1. Completa las oraciones con am, is o are. a) Mark is swimming. b) They _____ playing tennis. c) _____ you reading a book? d) She _____ drinking tea. e) ______ we studying English? 2. Construye oraciones, utilizando las partculas que aparecen en el siguiente cuadro. I You He She It We They Playing the guitar Reading a book Having a bath Watching TV Listening to your teacher Looking at the wall sleeping

Am Is Are

I am playing the guitar __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3.Escribe en orden las siguientes palabras y forma oraciones. a) not/they/TV/watching/are______________________________
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b) c) d) e)

shower/am/I/having/not______________________________ are/we/a/reading/book_________________________________ what/doing/you/are/?__________________________________ morning/this/working/is/Jill_____________________________

TIME
1- Clasifica las siguientes palabras segn su significado.

November / weekend / Wednesday / August / Friday / Summer / January Morning / Afternoon / Monday / April / Winter / Christmas / March / May / Sunday / December / Midday / Night / Tuesday / June / July / Autumn / Saturday / February / Evening / Midnight / Thursday / October / Spring / Easter / September / Days of the week ________________________ _______________________________________________ Months of the year ______________________________ ______________________________________________ Festivities _____________________________________ ______________________________________________ Other time expressions____________________________ ______________________________________________

Time prepositions IN: aos, siglos, meses, estaciones del ao, morning, afternoon, evening. In 1950 ON: das. On Monday on 7th July on Christmas Day in March in the XX century in summer in the morning

AT: the weekend, night, midnight, midday, noon, Christmas, Easter, horas. At five oclock 2. Completa con la preposicin adecuada. ______ the evening ______ Tuesday ______ Christmas ______ the afternoon ______ seven oclock ______ the moment ______ Christmas Day ______ 1993 ______ Easter ______ half past ten ______ winter ______ the beginning ______ the morning ______ the V century ______ 7: 30 ______ 30th November ______ summer ______ the end
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______ Wednesday ______ night

______ 1st May ______ midday

______ 1560 ______ my birthday

TIME
3. Subraya la preposicin correcta. a) b) c) d) e) August is in / on summer. He goes to the supermarket on / in Saturdays. They play tennis at / in the mornings. It is hot in /on July. We get presents at / in Christmas.

4.Completa las siguientes oraciones con in, on, at. a) b) c) d) e) We always go on holiday _in____ summer. They have lunch _____ midday. I get home ______ 6:30 everyday. People do not work _____ the weekend. The fist concert is _____ Thursday 7th.

5.Elige la preposicin correcta. a ) We go to bed__________ midnight. on in at b ) We usually watch TV_________ the evening. on in at c ) They usually go to work__________ 8 oclock. on in at d ) School starts__________ September. on in at e ) We sends cards __________ Christmas. on in at

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FOOD
1. Encuentra las siguientes palabras en la sopa de letras, todas ellas son alimentos. Tomato / egg / coffee / water / potato / lettuce / cheese / bread / onion / apple / Cake / oil / sugar / milk
T S D S E G G F G H B N O C F T G Y I I K P O C M V G H N O M E L H J O A B G F A A U D I R M F T N W M R P M U M A M F O T A T O P S F F G S E X U T Q Q L E T T U C E H I E S E E H C F S N F B O R Z K V D A E R B Z J L D V A A W K R A R V O N I O N D E E W Z A F

Nombres contables Son aquellos que se pueden contar. Utilizamos a delante de sonidos consonnticos y an delante de sonidos voclicos. A girl two girls An umbrella two umbrellas Nombres incontables Son aquellos que no se pueden contar. Utilizamos some con nombres incontables. Some sugar Some money 2. Clasifica las palabras de la sopa de letras en contables e incontables: Countable: _________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Uncountable: _______________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________

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3. Comleta con a, an y some. some fish _____ orange _____ banana _____ milk _____ tomato _____ bread _____ onion _____ cheese

FOOD
There is / are

Nombres incontables (slo en singular) Afirmativo: There is some sugar. (Hay azcar) Negativo: There isnt any sugar. (No hay azcar) Nombres contables. Singular. Afirmativo: There is a tomato. (Hay un tomate) Negativo: There isnt a tomato. (No hay un tomate) Nombres contables. Plural. Afirmativo: There are some tomatoes. (Hay algunos tomates) Negativo: There arent any tomatoes. (No hay tomates) 4. Completa las siguientes oraciones con a, an, some, any. a) There is ______ sugar on the table. b) There arent ______ apples in the bag. c) There isnt ______ water in the bottle. d) There are ______ oranges in the fridge. e) There is ______ cake in the kitchen. f) There isnt _____ onion in the bag. 5. Construye oraciones, utilizando las partculas que aparecen en el siguiente cuadro.

There is There are There isnt There arent

A an some any

eggs bread cheese banana potatoes water

in the fridge. on the table. in the bottle.

a) _There is a banana on the table________ b) ________________________________ c) ________________________________ d) ________________________________ e) ________________________________

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6. Ordena las siguientes palabras y forma oraciones. a) not/oil/any/is/there There is not any oil________________________________________ b) in/there/fridge/cheese/is/the/some _________________________________________________________ c) four/the/in/there/cupboard/bananas/are _________________________________________________________

PAST TIME
Past Simple (to be) Se utiliza para acciones que ocurrieron en el pasado y en un periodo de tiempo que ya ha terminado (ayer, el ao pasado, hace un ao) AFIRMATIVO I was You were He was She was It was We were They were Were they? I was not (wasnt) You were not (werent) He was not (wasnt) Was he? She was not (wasnt) It was not (wasnt) We were not (werent) They were not (werent) Was she? Was I?

Were you?

Was it?

Were we?

INTERROGATIVO NEGATIVO

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Expresiones de tiempo con las que utilizamos el pasado simple: yesterday, last week, last month, last year, two weeks ago, two months ago, two days ago, then. 1. Completa con was/were. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Joe and Liz _______________ at the cinema yesterday. Mary _______________ in the street two minutes ago. Peter and Nicole ___________ at the station then. Tommy _____________ at the doctors last Monday. The Smiths family __________ in a restaurant. Bill __________ in prison last month. Kevin and Sue ________ at school. Gene ________ at home last week..

2. Ahora subraya las expresiones de tiempo que aparecen en el ejercicio anterior. 3. Contesta las siguientes preguntas con respuestas cortas como en el ejemplo: Ejemplo: Were you at home yesterday? No, I wasnt Yes, I was a) b) c) d) e) Was your father at home yesterday? _______________________ . Were your friends on holiday last week? ___________________ . Was your teacher at school last Monday? __________________ . Were you at the cinema last Saturday? _____________________ . Was it cold two weeks ago? _____________________________ .

PEOPLE, THINGS AND PLACES

2 CICLO DE ESO

Los adjetivos describen cualidades de las personas, cosas y lugares. En ingls se sitan antes del sustantivo. young woman tall trees big city 1. Subraya el adjetivo en las siguientes oraciones. a) She is a tall girl. b) The children are good students.
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c) d) e) f)

London is a big city. Goya is a famous artist. This is an interesting book. That young man is my uncle.

2. Ordena las siguientes palabras y construye oraciones. a) is / this/ house / big ___This house is big_____________________ b) tall / Jane / is / girl / a ______________________________________ c) garden / there/ is / a / cat / black / in / the ______________________________________ d) My / car / mother / blue/ has / got / a ______________________________________ 3. Busca en tu diccionario el significado de los siguientes adjetivos y completa con sustantivos a los que puedan complementar. expensive - car dangerous ________________ long _____________________ old ______________________ beautiful __________________ serious __________________ nice _____________________ cold _____________________ good ____________________ interesting ________________

WHAT DO YOU USUALLY DO?


1- Escribe oraciones siguiendo el cuadro. watch TV at night play computer games read books Joe and Carol sometimes usually always Martina always never often I __________ __________ __________

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a) Joe and Carol sometimes watch TV at night. Martina always watches TV at night. I__________________________________ b) Joe and Carol usually play computer games. Martina never plays. I__________________________________ c) Joe and Carol always read books Martina often reads books I_______________________________ La forma he / she / it de los verbos en simple present aade una -s to speak speaks to come comes pero to be is to have has sin embargo, se aade es, cuando el verbo acaba en -ss: to kiss kisses -sh: to rush rushes -ch: to catch catches -x: to relax relaxes -o: to do does si el verbo acaba en vocal+y s, si acaba en consonante+y -ies -to buy buys -to fly - flies

2- Escribe la forma he / she / it en simple present de los siguientes verbos. Send- sends catch ________ dry _________ box _________ smell ________ drive _________ sit ___________ go ___________ read _________ play _________ wash ________ ride _________ say _________ miss _________ be ____________ sleep _________ see ___________ carry ________ do __________ have __________

WHAT DO YOU USUALLY DO?

Recuerda el uso de dont/doesnt+verbo para las oraciones negativas I dont go very often / He doesnt go very often (No voy muy amenudo) / (l no va muy amenudo)

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3- Completa los espacios con la forma correspondiente de simple present. a) They ____dont like_____ (not/like) fish and chips. b) We __________________ (not/spend) much money at the weekend. c) The computers ________________ (not/do) anything on their own. d) This bank _________________ (open) at 7:30. e) The pubs _________________ (close) at 1:30 in England. f) We never _________________ (read) the newspaper. g) I _________________ (not/study) at the weekend. h) She _________________ (not/go) out every Friday. i) They _________________ (work) everyday. j) Sue never _________________ (get) home on time.

Recuerda el uso de do/does+sujeto+verbo para las oraciones interrogativas Do you like football? / Does he like football? ( Te gusta el ftbol? ) / ( Le gusta el ftbol )

4- Realiza preguntas para las siguientes respuestas. a)_ Does he like vegetables ? Yes, he does. b) ____________________________________________________________? Yes, I do. c) ____________________________________________________________? No, I dont. d) ____________________________________________________________? No, she doesnt. e) ____________________________________________________________? Yes, they do.

THE HOUSE
1. Escribe las vocales que faltan en las siguientes partes de una casa. s _ tt _ ng-r _ _ m b _ dr _ _ m

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b _ thr _ _ m k _ tch _ n _ ff _ ce h _ ll t_ _ l_ t d _ n _ ng-r _ _ m c _ rr _ d _ r 2. Clasifica las siguientes palabras segn donde las encontraras en una casa, aydate de un diccionario si es necesario. sofa wardrobe bedside-table chair oven cooker towel table comb TV toothbrush shower bookcase bed bath chest of drawers fridge sheet

sitting-room_________________________________________________________________

bathroom___________________________________________________________________

kitchen_____________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ ____ bedroom____________________________________________________________________

HOW MUCH/HOW MANY?

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1. Tienes la posibilidad de ser el gerente de un supermercado, para ello te piden que pases una prueba: elegir los veinte artculos ms necesarios para el supermercado. Haz una lista con ellos (puedes utilizar el diccionario). ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________ Utilizamos how much/how many para preguntar por cantidad. How much para nombres incontables y how many para nombres plurales. How much snow...? How many friends...?

2. Copia en dos columnas los artculos que has escrito anteriormente, segn sean nombres incontables o plurales. how much...? how many...?

3. Completa con how much/how many . a) How much_ sugar have you got? b) __________ books have you got? c) __________ oranges are there? d) __________ milk is there? e) __________ glasses are on the table? f) __________ butter is there on the plate? g) __________ bread do you want?

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WE ARE STUDYING
Recuerda que present continuous se forma con to be + -ing. Si el verbo tiene una slaba y la estructura es una consonante (o dos) + una vocal + una consonante, duplica la ltima consonante (excepto w,y,x) w i n winning st o p stopping

Por norma general, los verbos acabados en e , la pierden al aadir ing. have having

1. Escribe la forma ing de los siguientes verbos. speak - speaking run ___________ sleep __________ come __________ drink __________ dance _________ carry _________ play __________ put ___________ sit ___________ cook _________ know _________ eat ___________ make _________ study _________

2. Contesta las siguientes preguntas utilizando las palabras entre parntesis a ) What is my father doing in the living-room? ( read/book) He is reading a book. b) What are Tom doing in the disco? (dance) _____________________________________________________. c ) What are you doing? (study/English) _______________________________________________. d ) What is your sister doing in the bathroom? (have/a bath) _________________________________________________. e ) What are the boys doing in the park? (play/football) ________________________________________________.

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WE ARE STUDYING
4. Completa los espacios con la forma correspondiente de to be + verbo -ing. Its summer, we are on holiday. The sun ____________________ (shine) so we ___________________ (plan) to go to the beach. Mario __________ (not/come) because he _________________ (work) this morning, he and his family _____________ (build) a new house. Peter _________________ (meet) Dave at 10:00 and they ____________________ (pick) me up at 10:15. We _________________ (not/walk) to the beach. Eh! The phone _______________ (ring). Well, they ________________ (go) with their families out so I ________________________ (stay) home this morning.

5. Haz preguntas a las siguientes respuestas. a ) Is Lucy cooking dinner? No, Lucy isnt cooking dinner. b ) __________________________________________________________? Yes, taht man is cleaning the window. c ) __________________________________________________________? No, I am not swimming. d ) __________________________________________________________? Yes, we are going to the cinema tonight. e ) __________________________________________________________? No, it isnt raining today. f ) __________________________________________________________? Yes, the boys are playing.

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PAST TIME
El pasado de los verbos regulares se constuye aadiendo -ed/-d a la forma principal del verbo: want wanted live lived

Si el verbo tiene una sola slaba y su estructura es: una consonante ( dos consonantes) + una vocal + una consonante, duplica la ltima consonante: st o p stopped Nunca duplican x,w,y. Los verbos acabados en consonante + y cambian la y por i

1. Escribe la forma de past simple de los siguientes verbos regulares. Want - wanted Walk_________ Start_________ Play__________ Pass__________ Fry___________ Like__________ Beg___________ Work___________ Belong__________ Carry___________ Stop____________ Study___________ Watch___________ Count___________

2. Escribe la forma de past simple de los siguientes verbos irregulares. Utiliza tu diccionario. Sit - sat Fall______________ Think____________ Know____________ Feel______________ Buy______________ Draw_____________ Sleep_____________ Bring_____________ Fly_______________ Put_______________ See_______________ Write_____________ Read______________ Stand_____________

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PAST TIME

La forma negativa de los verbos en past simple se forma con didnt + infinitivo del verbo (sin to). (to walk) He walked his dog. He didnt walk his dog. (to buy) He bougt a dog. He didnt buy a dog. 3. Cambia a forma negativa las siguientes oraciones. a) The plane left at 7:35. __The plane didnt leave at7:35_______________________________ b) We drove for three hours. ________________________________________________________ c) Susan arrived late at night. ________________________________________________________ d) They ate a pizza. ________________________________________________________ e) John visited his grandparents. ________________________________________________________ 4. Qu hizo Martin ayer? MARTIN in the morning in the afternoon in the evening go to school V X X Watch TV X V X go out with friends X X V

a) b) c) d) e) f)

In the morning Martin didnt watch TV. In the morning ___________________ . _______________________________ . _______________________________ . _______________________________ . _______________________________ .
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g) ________________________________ h) ________________________________ i) ________________________________

OFFERS, SUGGESTIONS AND PREDICTIONS

Utilizamos el verbo will para expresar predicciones futuras. Spain will win the Championship La forma negativa se forma con wont. Spain wont win the Championship (Espaa no ganar el Campeonato) La forma interrogativa invierte el sujeto y will. Will Spain win the Championship? ( Ganar Espaa el Campeonato?) ( Espaa ganar el Campeonato)

1. Realiza predicciones con will/wont sobre ti dentro de 10 aos. I will smoke or I wont smoke (smoke)

a) __________________________________________ (be married) b) __________________________________________ (drive a car) c) __________________________________________ (study) d) __________________________________________ (work) e) __________________________________________ (live in a foreign country) f) __________________________________________ (live with my parents) g) __________________________________________ (have my own house) h) __________________________________________ (be a teacher) Utilizamos la construccin shall we...? para hacer sugerencias Shall we phone many friends? (Llamamos a muchos amigos?) 2. Realiza sugerencias para un viaje fin de curso ayudndote de las palabras entre parentesis. Ejemplo: (Paris/to/go) Shall we go to Paris? a) (at/hostel/a/stay) ___________________________________________? b) (by/travel/plane) ___________________________________________? c) (visit/many/museums) ________________________________________?
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d) (night/out/at/go) ___________________________________________?

OFFERS, SUGGESTIONS AND PREDICTIONS

Utilizamos la construccin shall I...? para hacer ofrecimientos. Shall I open the door (for you)? (Abro la puerta (por ti)?) 3. Realiza preguntas sobre lo que t puedes hacer para el viaje. a) (go to a travel agents) Shall i go to a travel agents ? b) (ask for lower prices)_____________________________________________ c) (help my teacher)________________________________________________ d) (sell raffle to get money)__________________________________________ 4. Vais a dar una fiesta de despedida de curso. Escribe cuatro sugerencias y cuatro ofrecimientos

suggestions (shall we)


a) ________________________________________________________? b) ________________________________________________________? c) ________________________________________________________? d) ________________________________________________________?

offers (shall I)
a) ________________________________________________________? b) ________________________________________________________? c) ________________________________________________________? d) ________________________________________________________?

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COMPARISONS
Estudia la siguiente informacin: A limousine is 42.000 euros. It is expensive. (Una limosina cuesta 42.000 euros. Es cara) A car is 9.000 euros. It is not expensive. A scooter is 2.000 euros. It is cheap. The car is more expensive than the scooter. The car is cheaper than the limousine. The limousine is the most expensive. The scooter is the cheapest (Un coche cuesta 9.000 euros. No es caro) (Una moto cuesta 2.000 euros. Es barata) (El coche es ms caro que la moto) (El coche es ms barato que la limosina) (La limosina es lo ms caro) (La moto es lo ms barato)

1.Une mediante flechas los adjetivos con su comparativo y su superlativo correspondiente.

Adjetivo
Comfortable Rich Easy Tall Beautiful Boring Long Good longer taller

Comparativo
more beautiful

Superlativo
the richest the easiest the most beautiful the best the richest the tallest the most boring the most comfortable

more boring richer better more comfortable easier

Fjate en la estructura er o more del comparativo de superioridad, al igual que the est o the most para el superlativo. 2. Redacta la norma que encuentras para la utilizacin del comparativo y del superlativo.

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________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________

COMPARISONS
3. Completa ahora el recuadro con el grado positivo, comparativo y superlativo.

Positivo
Short ________ ________ ________ funny careful ________ ________

Comparativo
_________ heavier _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ better

Superlativo
__________ __________ the oldest the most interesting __________ __________ __________ __________

4. Lee la informacin sobre estas tres personas y completa las oraciones.

Mary Age Weight Height House 25 70 Kgs 1.68 3 rooms

David 30 72 1.72 4 rooms

Mark 35 75 1.80 5 rooms

a) b) c) d) e) f) g)

(young) Mary is younger than David and Mark. (old) David and Mark are __________ Mary. (heavy) Mark is the ____________ of all. (light) David is _______________ Mark. (tall) David is ________________ Mary. (old) Mark is _____________ Mary. (big) Marks house is _________ Davids.

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ANSWERS
Where are you from?

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1. a) is b) are c) are d) are e) is 2. a) Marys a student. b) Theyre footballplayers. c) Were tall. d) Paul and Maryre French. e) Barcelonas in Spain. 3.a) Robert de Niro is an actor. b) We are students. c) The Prado Museum is in Spain. d)Those people are Japanese. 4. Scotland/Scottish, France/French, Ireland/Irish, Japan/ Japanese, Britain/British, Australia/Australian, China/Chinese, Italy/Italian, Portugal/Portuguese, USA/American, Germany/German, Canada/Canadian, Turkey/Turkish, Argentina/Argentinian, Spain/Spanish, Russia/Russian, Wales/Welsh. 5. a) I am from Spain. I am Spanish. b) They are from Australia. They are Australian. c) She is from France. She is French. d) He is from Germany. He is German. e) They are from the USA. They are American. Families 1. a) Michaels computer b) Anns party c) Peters suitcase d) your fathers opinion e) Toms book 2. a) The capital of Spain b) the keyboard of the computer c) the name of the street d) the end of the film e) the leg of this table. 5. a) Daniel is Ingrids father. b) Elisabeth is Ingrids mother. c) Kristin is Ingrids sister. d) John is Ingrids husband. e) Ingrid is Johns wife. f) Peter is Ingrids bother. g) Tim is Ingrids nephew. h) Lisa is Ingrids daughter. i) Michael is Ingrids son. j) Lisa and Michael are Ingrids children. k) Allie is Ingrids nephew. l) Ingrid is Tims aunt. m) John is Allies uncle. n) Tim and Lisa are cousins. 6.a) Ingrid has got a brother and a sister. b) She has got two nephews. c) She and John have got two children Habits 1. b) She usually wears casual clothes. c) I brush my teeth every morning. d) Susan and Alice work together. e) Maggie works for the National Bank. 2. b) Mary doesnt walk to school. c) They dont go to the beach in summer. d) He doesnt live in Madrid. e) I dont feel ok.. 3. b) What does he do? c) Do you watch TV? d) Does your dog sleep at night? e) Where does she go in summer? 4. c) Elsie doesnt like cakes. d) James likes fish. e) James and Elsie like vegetables. What are you doing? 1. a) Mark is swimming. b) They are playing tennis. c) Are you reading a book? d) She is drinking tea. e) Are we studying English? 3. a) They are not watching TV. b) I am not having a shower. c) We are reading a book. d) What are you doing? e) Jill is working this morning. Time 1. Days of the week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Months of the year: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Festivities: Christmas, Easter. Seasons: winter, spring, summer, autumn. Other time expressions: weekend, morning, afternoon, midday, night, evening, midnight.

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2. In: the evening, the afternoon, 1993, winter, the morning, the V century, summer, 1560. On: Tuesday, Christmas Day, 30th November, Wednesday, my birthday. At: Christmas, seven oclock, the moment, Easter, half past ten, the beginning, 7:30, night, midday. 3.a) in b) on c) in d) in e) at. 4.a) in b) at c) at d) in e) on. 5. a) at b)in c) at d) in e) at Food 2. Countable: tomato, egg, potato, lettuce, onion, apple, cake. Uncountable: coffee, water, cheese, bread, oil, sugar, milk 3. a fish, an orange, a banana, some milk, a tomato, some bread, an onion, some cheese. 4. a) some b) any c) any d) some e) a f) a. 6. a) There is not any oil. b) There is some cheese in the fridge. c) There are four bananas in the cupboard. Past time 1. a) were b) was c) were d) was e) was f) was g) were h) was. 3. yesterday, two minutes ago, then, last Monday, last month, last week.

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People, things and places 1. a) She is a tall girl. b) The children are good students. c) London is a big city. d) Goya is a famous artist. e) This is an interesting book. f) That young man is my uncle. 2. a) This house is big. b) Jane is a tall girl. c) There is a black cat in the garden. d) My mother has got a blue car. What do you usually do? 2. sends, catches, dries, boxes, smells, drives, sits, goes, reads, plays, washes, rides, says, misses, is, sleeps, sees, carries, does, has. 3. a) dont like b) dont spend c) dontt do d) opens e) close f) read g) dont study h) doesnt study i) dont work j) gets. The House 1. sitting-room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, office, hall, toilet, dining-room, corredor. How much/How many? 3. a) How much b) How many c) How many d) How much e) How many f) How much g) How much We are studying 1. speaking, running, sleeping, coming, drinking, dancing, carrying, playing, putting, sitting, cooking, knowing, eating, making, studying 2. b) They are dancing. c) I am studying English. d) She is having a bath. e) They are playing football. 3. Its summer, we are on holiday. The sun is shining so we are planning to go to the beach. Mario is not coming because he is working this morning, he and his family are building a new house. Peter is meeting Dave at 10:00 and they are picking me up at 10:15. We arent walking to the beach. Eh! The phone is ringing. Well, they are going with their families out so I am staying home this morning. 4. b) Is that man cleaning the window? c) Are you swimming? d) Are you going to the cinema tonight? f) Are the boys playing? Past time 1. wanted, walked, started, played, passed, fried, liked, begged, worked, belonged, carried, stopped, studied, watched, counted. 2. sat, fell, thought, knew, felt, bought, drew, slept, brought, flew, put, saw, wrote, read, stood. 3. a) The plane didnt leave at 7:35. b) We didnt drive for three hours. c) Susan didnt arrive late at night. d) They didnt eat a pizza. e) John didnt visit his grandparents. Offers, suggestions and predictions 2. a) Shall we stay at a hostel? b) Shall we travel by plane? c) Shall we visit many museums? d) Shall we go out at night? 3.a) Shall I go to a travel agents? b) Shall I ask for lower prices? c) Shall I help my teacher? d) Shall I sell raffle to get money? Comparisons

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b) David and Mark are younger than Mary. c) Mark is the oldest of all. d) David is lighter than Mark. e) David is taller than Mary. f) Mark is older than Mary. g) Marks house is bigger than Davids.

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