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English III.

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En esta segunda tarea se recomienda completar las siguientes

Unidad 5, pagina 30, ejercicio no. 9, ejercicio no. 10.

9. Write questions and answers. Use what + doing and the words
in parentheses.

1. A: What are you and doing? (You and Ricky).

B: We’re eating pizza. (Eat pizza)

2. A: What are Michael doing (Michael).

B: He’s cooking dinner (cook dinner).

3. A: What are Kate and Joe doing (Kate and Jose).

B: They are taking a walk (take a walk)

4. A: What is Julie doing (Julie)

B: She’s reading (read).

5. A: What are Mary doing (Mary)

B: She’s shoping (shop).

6. A: What are Nicole and Jennifer doing. (Nicole and Jennifer)

B: They’re watch tv (watch television)

7. A: What is Steven doing (Steven)

B: He’s studying math (study math)

8. A: What are you doing (you)

B: I’m studding English (study English).

10. What are you doing? How about your friends? Write
1. What are you doing.

2. I’m studing.

3. What are Manuel doing.

4. Heis reading.

Unidad 6, pagina 31: ejercicio A, B.

A. Jessica is talking about her family. Complete the sentences

with the words in the box.

Brother. Daughters. Husband. parents. Son.

Children. Father. Mother. Sister. Wife.

1. Helen and Jack are my parents. Helen is my mother, and Jack is my father.

2. Pedro is my husband. I’m his daughters.

3. Kate, Joan, and Brad are our children. Kate and Joan are our children, and
Brad is our daughters. Kate is Joan’s brother, and Brad is her sister.

B. Write four sentences about your family.

1. Jose and Francisca are my parents

2. Francisca is my mother and Jose is my Father

3. Mon and pocholo are my brother

4. They are my brothers.

Pagina 32; Ejercicios 2 y 3.

2. Complete the conversation with the correct words in

Sue: so, do you live downtown, David?

David: yes, I live with my brother, (Live/lives).

He has an apartment near here, (Have/has).

Sue: Oh, so you walk to work, (Walk/walks)

David: Actually, I doesn’t walk to work in, (Don’t/doesn’t).

The morning. I take the bus to work, (Take/takes)

And then I walk home at night, (Walk/walks).

What about you?

Sue: Well, my husband and I have a house, (have/has)

In the suburbs now, so I drives to work, (Drive/drives).

My husband doesn’t works downtown, (Work/works).

He works in the suburbs near our house, (work/works).

So he goes to work by bus, (go/goes).

3. third-person singular –s endings.

A. write the third-person singular forms of these verbs.

1. Dance dances.

2. Do does.

3. Go goes.

4. Have has.

5. Live live.

6. Say says.

7. Sit sits.

8. Study studies.

9. Take takes.

10. Use uses.

11. Walk walk.

12. Watch watch’s.