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UNIVERSIDAD ABIERTA PARA ADULTOS

Asignatura:
English I

Tema:
Tarea 4

Facilitador:
William Hidalgo M.

Participante:
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Fecha:

26 de enero, 2018
UNIT 3

Exercise D. Page 30.

1. The corn is next to the peas.

2. The green beans are over the peas.

3. The tomato sauce is in the canned good section.

4. The corn is between the peas and the green beans.

5. The tuna fish is on the bottom shelf.

6. The peas are over the tuna fish.

Exercise D. Page 32.

1. John and Marie are hungry.

2. I am thirsty

3. We are very hungry

4. The students are very thirsty

5. Tuba is hungry

6. Abraham and I are hungry

7. You are very hungry.

8. They are very thirsty

9. She is hungry.

10. He is thirsty

11. Mario is hungry

12. The teacher is hungry.

Exercise E. Page 32.

1. John and Marie are not hungry.

2. I am not thirsty.

3. We are not very hungry.

4. The students are not very thirsty.

5. Tuba is not hungry.


6. Abraham and I are not hungry.

7. You are not very hungry.

8. They are not very hungry.

9. She is not hungry.

10. He is not thirsty.

11. Mario is not hungry

12. The teacher is not hungry.

Exercise D. Page 36.

1. Edgar and Akisha want sandwiches.

2. I want bananas and oranges.

3. Sally want broccoli and lettuce.

4. We wants milk and yogurt.

5. They wants tomatoes and lettuce.

6. Martin want cheese.

7. She want a tomato sandwich.

8. You want a hamburger and fries.

9. The brothers wants breakfast.

10. Ingrid want carrots.

Exercise E. Page 36.

1. Amadeo want apples, water, tomatoes, and chips.

2. Marta want oranges, apples, and bananas.

3. Marta and Amadeo wants chicken.

4. Mario and I wants lunch.

5. Jack want milk.

6. I want broccoli, lettuce and tomatoes.

Exercise D. Page 38.

1. Tien and Gregorio (like / likes) pizza and soda.


2. They (eat / eats) lunch at 12:00 P.M.

3. We (need / needs) cake for dessert.

4. He (like / likes) fruit for dessert.

5. Margaret and Rob (need / needs) potatoes.

6. Lidia (eat/ eats) cookies for snacks.

7. You (want / wants) vegetables with your sandwich.

8. The teacher (like / likes) chocolate.

9. The students (need / needs) dessert.

Exercise E. Page 38.

1. Kenji need (need) food for lunch.

2. Melissa want (want) dessert.

3. José and I likes (like) pizza.

4. We eats (eat) breakfast at 8:00 A.M.

5. You want (want) eggs.

6. I like (like) bananas.

7. She eat (eats) dessert.

8. The students’ needs (need) dinner.

Exercise D. page 40.

1. an apple.

2. an orange.

3. a tomato.

4. a jar.

5. a bag.

6. an onion.

7. an egg.

8. a bottle.

9. a banana.
10. a package.

11. an ice cream cone.

12. a potato.

Exercise E. Page 42.

1. Apple apples

2. Sandwich sandwiches

3. Tomato tomatoes

4. Jar jars

5. Bag bags

6. Onion onions

7. Egg eggs

8. Bottle bottles

9. Box boxes

10. Package packages

11. Radish radishes

12. Potato potatoes

Exercises D. Page 44.

1. She has three blouses and two pair of pants. Have has

2. They have red coats and red shoes. Have has

3. The teacher has three pair of shoes. Have has

4. The students have white pant. Have has

5. I have a brown pair of pants and brown socks. Have has

6. We has blouses on sale for $32.00. Have has

7. Maria and Lidia has shoes in their closet. Have has

8. You have my coat. Have has

Exercises E. Page 44.


1. I need (need) pants and a sweater.

2. They wants (want) new blouses.

3. We has (have) blue shirts in our closets.

4. She has (have) a pair of red shorts.

5. Lien and Puc needs (need) new clothes.

6. John has (have) a pair of black shoes.

7. They has (have) four shirts and three pairs of pants.

8. You have (have) five pairs of shoes in your closet.

Exercises B. Page 47.

1. How many shirts are there ten.

2. What color are the sweaters? red and blue.

3. How many blouses are there? fifteen 15.

4. What color are the coats? black.

5. How many coats are there? seven 7.

6. How many sweaters are there? eight 8.

Exercises D. Page 48.

1. How many shirts are there? There are ten shirts.

2. How many blouses are there? There are fifteen blouses.

3. How many red dresses are there? There is one red dress.

4. How many coats are there? There are seven coats.

5. How many green dresses are there? There is one green dress.

6. How many sweaters are there? There are eight sweaters.

Exercises F. Page 48.

There are ten shirt blues in my closet.

There are two shirts red in my closet.

There are four sweaters black in my closet.


Exercises D. Page 50.

1. How much are the sweaters? They are $45.00

2. How much is the blouse? It is $22.00

3. How much are the shoes? They are $30.00

4. How much is the dress? It is $55.00

5. How much is the shirt? It is $15.00

6. How much are the shorts? They are $13.00

Exercises D. Page 51.

1. How much are the blouses? They are $18.00

2. How much are the shoes? They are $24.00

3. How much are the dresses? They are $33.00