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CUADERNO DE TRABAJO DE INGLÉS II


COLEGIO DE ESTUDIOSCIENTÍFICOS Y TECNOLÓGICOS
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CONTENIDO
COMPETENCIAS EN INGLÉS .......................................................................................... 7
Símbolos de Identificación ................................................................................................. 8
UNIT I. SIMPLE PAST VERB TO BE. ............................................................................. 20
Grammar: Verb to be........................................................................................................ 20
Verb to be in past tense ................................................................................................... 20
Past Time expressions ..................................................................................................... 21
UNIT 2. SIMPLE PAST. REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS. ................................... 29
Past Simple. ..................................................................................................................... 29
Regular verbs ................................................................................................................... 30
Irregular Verbs ................................................................................................................. 34
Past Simple (conjugation). ............................................................................................... 34
UNIT 3. USED TO COULD COMPARATIVES ................................................................ 42
What could you do? ......................................................................................................... 46
Simple past. Frida Khalo`s biography. ............................................................................. 51
Verb list. ........................................................................................................................... 56
REFERENCIAS ............................................................................................................... 60

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COMPETENCIAS EN INGLÉS

Escucha, interpreta y emite mensajes pertinentes en distintos contextos mediante


la utilización de medios, códigos y herramientas apropiadas.
Propone maneras de solucionar un problema o desarrollar un proyecto en equipo
definiendo un curso de acción con pasos específicos.

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Aprendiendo a usar el cuaderno:

Símbolos de Identificación

Rescatando mis Aprendizaje.

Para aprender más.

Ejercitando mi habilidad.

¿Qué Aprendí?

Rescatando mis Aprendizaje

Actividad Transversal

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INTRODUCCIÓN

Este cuaderno de trabajo busca favorecer la capacidad de resolver problemas dentro del contexto
social de nuestros estudiantes, para ello es importante seguir pasos en dicha solución:
Identificar el conocimiento necesario para resolver el problema.
Extraer información de fuentes pertinentes.
Tomar decisiones lógicas y justificables.
Combinar en una solución coherente información parcial recibida de distintas personas.
Aplicar soluciones antiguas a soluciones nuevas.
Aplicar soluciones nuevas a situaciones antiguas.

El resultado de este proceso conduce a destrezas que son valiosas más allá de cualquier clase:
serán útiles para los estudiantes que busquen un mayor nivel de formación; son destrezas
invaluables en los sitios de trabajo que cualquier empresa reconocerá en un empleado.
El enfoque por competencias requiere que los estudiantes sepan trabajar también en equipo, que
en el proceso de resolver situaciones problemáticas sean eficaces, veraces y solidarias. Lo ideal
es integrar equipos de estudiantes con diferentes capacidades y talentos para que resuelvan las
actividades de enseñanza-aprendizaje definidas por el profesor. Con ello, los jóvenes no solo
demuestran la comprensión que han adquirido de conceptos, propiedades y fórmulas, sino que
también desarrollan su capacidad para escuchar a sus compañeros, aprender de lo que dicen y
confrontar sus respuestas con ellos, porque esto los lleva a aumentar sus conocimientos y a
manejar las habilidades socioemocionales.
.

Transversalidad de los Aprendizajes

El alumno realizará un ejercicio transversal en conjunto con las asignaturas de Química,


Geometría y Trigonometría, TIC´S, inglés y Lectura, Expresión Oral y Escrita.
Cada una de las asignaturas indicará el producto que se generará de acuerdo a su programa
tomando como tema integrador: Aplicación e importancia de los polímeros en la comunidad.
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Contents Table of English II

Content Structure
English II

Competence Component Content Specific content Expected Evidence of learning


learning
outcome
Communication
Students will and interpersonal
communicate, relationships.
interact, and
collaborate with Integration Activation of
others of learning Collaborative work previous
(transverse axis communiti in classroom as a How do I ask for knowledge. Write a conversation
for all subjects es. basis for the the products I between a shop
from integration of the need in different To ask for the assistant and a
Communication Contextualization learning situations? correct amount in customer.
and Social of learning community. many products in
Sciences as communities different contexts.
disciplinary through students'
fields). interests and
academic
experiences.

Reading, writing, The importance of


speaking and Reading, writing language and
listening. and oral grammar role in it. To communicate the A presentation with
production as specific situations of graphic support
learning sources Describing my your school or where the student
and abilities Argumentative text. daily routine relative´s work describes his
practice. (present continuous activities and those of
The text as resource and the adverbs of a relative.
The importance information and new frequency)
of reading to
ideas
writing
production.

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The importance of
reading to writing in
based argument.

The justification of The


Providing the students’ argumentative
reasonable opinion with an writing.
opinions from To provide simple
argument. Using the book arguments about a Write and answer
the point of as a tool for questions about a
making a text The original text.
The solid argumentati writing text
construction of ve writing.
one´s original
perspective.
Technology, Technology and
information, human The impact of
communication development. technology on
and learning. human
Creation and development.
responsible usage
of the information How to start a blog
Responsible
for learning. use of To give orders or
Web-based information. Using technology instructions in How to make a
to develop in XXI different contexts. videoconference
learning.
century skills. (Imperatives, action
Learning and
verbs). How to use an
Creation of innovation.
contents for electronic device.
learning. In and from the web.
Use of technology
to enhance web- Programming to
based learning. learn.

Communication Talk about Asking and A personal interview of


and interpersonal Collaborative work personal actions answering activities in the past
Students will in classroom as a
communicate, relationships. that happened questions about
basis for the before events and
interact, and integration of
now. activities in
the past.

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collaborate with the (Past simple) A short story based on


others learning Referring to the verbal and visual
(transverse axis communi time when an prompts
for all subjects ty. event happens.
from A paragraph about a
Communication Talking about the place one visited in
and Social places one the past.
Sciences as stayed at some
disciplinary time before.
fields)

To state where
things have been
found based on A list of things they
Expressing the what they saw. remember they saw
Reading, writing The importance of idea that at a certain place.
Reading, writing, and oral language and
speaking and something To express the
production as grammar role in it. existed
listening. quantity of Descriptions using
learning sources somewhere. something in past. how many in past
and abilities (Singular and tense.
practice. plural). To describe what
(There was / the characteristics A dialogue where they
there were) of a place were like describe how a place
in the past. was and all the things
it had.

Reading, writing The importance of Describing others To get information Write questions for an
and in
Reading, writing, oral production as language and past tense as a about other people interview with a death
way
speaking and learning sources grammar role in it. to report a fact using the (Wh- famous character
listening. and abilities or an event. questions in
practice. (descriptions in past).
past)

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Describing
Reading, writing The importance of situations that To communicate A short video
Students will and oral language and the specific showing what was
communicate, were happening
production as grammar role in it. in the past to situations of your happening in the
interact, and
learning sources show that school or relative´s past
collaborate with and abilities work (past
others something
practice. continued for continuous and the
(transverse axis
some time adverbs of
for all subjects frequency)
from (past continuous)
Communication
and Social
Sciences as
disciplinary
fields).

Students will
communicate,
interact, and
collaborate with
Collaborative work What did I use Perform a short
others Communication To compare the
in classroom as a to do? conversation
(transverse axis and interpersonal things, I used to do
basis for the How did I use exchanging
for all subjects relationships. and the way I used
integration of the to be? information about how
from to be with those I do
learning (used to) they used to be and
Communication now.
community. the things they used
and Social
to do
Sciences as
disciplinary
fields).

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Reading, writing Expressing the


and oral skills, the power Discussing about Write sentences in
Reading, writing, The importance of past possibilities or past tense expressing
speaking and production as language and or the means to
learning sources do something in past abilities. abilities and classify
listening. grammar role in it. them in a table.
and abilities past (Could vs.
practice. be able
to)

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COMITÉ TÉCNICO
José Juan Mares Saucedo,
Gerardo Hernández Zamora,
Andrea Ruíz Hernández,
Edith Morín Pérez,
Martha Margarita Martínez Rangel,
Margarita Elizabeth Gutiérrez García,
Catherine Bessie Hernández Palafox,
José Luis Álvarez Sosa,
José Evelio Romero Ramírez,
José Carlos Ríos Ortíz,
Lilia López Aguado,
María del Carmen Martínez
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UNIT I. SIMPLE PAST VERB TO BE.


Vocabulary. Personal Pronouns. Personal pronoun is associated with a particular
person in a grammatical sense.

Activity. Watch and identify How you can use this tense.
Para aprender más.
Grammar: Verb to be.
Simple present Instructions: Check the table.

Verb to be in past tense

AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE

Pronoun Verb be +
Pronoun Verb be + complement complement
I was happy. wasn´t happy.
I
He was sad. wasn´t sad.
He
She was in class. wasn´t in class.
She
It was ugly. wasn´t ugly.
It
You were early. weren´t early.
You
We were late.
We weren´t late.
They were at school. weren´t at school.
They

SIMPLE QUESTION

Verb Pronoun + Short answer


BE complement.
was I happy? Yes, I was. / No, I wasn´t.
was He sad? Yes, he was. / No, he wasn’t.
was She in class? Yes, she was. / No, she wasn´t.
was It ugly? Yes, it was. / No, it wasn´t.
were You early? Yes, you were. / No, you weren´t.
were We late? Yes, we were. / No, we weren´t.
were They at school? Yes, they were. / No, they weren´t.

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WH- QUESTIONS

who / what / where / when / why / how


Wh- Verb be + pronoun+ Long answer
complement

Who was Frida Kahlo? She was a Mexican painter.

were you last night? I was at a party.


Where

Past Time expressions

Last: last year / last month / last week / last weekend / last class
Yesterday
Ago: 5 minutes ago / two days ago / three months ago / five years ago / 10
centuries ago.
Examples:

I was at school last year. We were in the park yesterday.


She was a student five years ago. He was our teacher two years ago.
They were friends until yesterday. It was nice to see you last week!

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Exercise.

They __________ at the hospital three days ago.


You ____________on the phone this morning.
he children_____________ quiet. They are always noisy.
Jari_______________ in Helsinki last week.
She______________ home for dinner last Wednesday.
My dog __________ a German shepherd. It ________ a Labrador retriever.
There________________ a good film on TV yesterday.
We________________ in Brazil last summer. There _______ many beautiful
beaches there.
Fred and Wilma____________________at school this morning.
I ____________happy when I heard about the accident.
I ________________ in Guatemala last spring.
We ______________at school last Saturday.
Maria and I_____________ at home yesterday.
Robson ___________ happy yesterday. He had a lot of homework.
Bob and Mike_____________ Jenny's friends. They don’t know her.

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Exercise. Speaking Activity: Questions.

You Your Partner


1.What was your lunch yesterday? 1.What was yours?

2. What was the most beautiful city you 2. Where were you yesterday at 6:00
have been to? P.M.?

3. What was your first pet’s name? 3. Why were you at the vet?

4. Who was your first teacher? 4. Who was your favorite teacher?

5. Why were you mad at class? 5. Were you mad at me last class?

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Writing.
Exercise. Put in the following sentences the past forms of be: was (n’t) and were
(n’t) into the gaps.
1) My father _____________in the garage.
2) The pupils_______________ (not) at school today’s morning.
3) Maria's grandmother ____________ from Brazil.
4) I __________(not) a football fan when I was 16.
5) It ___________ Sunday yesterday.
6) They ____________ (not) in the car.
7) His briefcase ____________at home when he needed most.
8) _____________your parents from Liverpool?
9) I _____________not your friend in middle school.
10) But mom, we__________ with you last night.

Writing. Make 10 sentences using the verb to be in past. Tell when, where

you were, what you were and how you were.


Example:
In 2007 I was in Queretaro. I was a student. I was ready to work.
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Reading.

A trip to New York.

Was/were/wasn’t/weren’t

My name is Camilla. Last summer I …………… in the United States. The voyage by
plane …………. long and tiring and the plane ticket ………… quite expensive. It took
me 10 hours to get to the New York airport.
My friend Katie ………….. there waiting for me. I …………. surprised by the size of
the JFK airport. It ………….. huge and there ……………… very many people. I was
glad my friend ……….. there, otherwise I would probably get lost.
A few minutes later we …………….. in a cab. It ………… a typical NY cab – big and
yellow. We were in the car for an hour. There ………….. poor, run down
neighbourhoods and rich, luxurious ones. The city centre …………. fantastic. There
………….. huge skyscrapers, and big roundabouts. The largest and busiest
roundabout ………….. the famous Colubus Circle. There was also an enormous
traffic jam.
We went to Katie’s apartment to leave the luggage and rest a bit. It ……….. small
and cosy with a nice view of the park. I ………. (not) very tired so we went to see the
biggest fountain in New York. It ………… the Bethesda Fountain in Central Park.
There ……………. (not) many people in the park, because it …………. still early in
the morning.
Later we had lunch and were at some nice museums. In the evening we …………..
at the world famous Times Square. There …………… hundreds of people, huge
neon lights, billboards and advertisements. And there …………… (not) any cars
because it was a holiday and the square was closed to traffic. I ……………..

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amazed!!! We also …………. in one of the Broadway theatres to see a musical.


It…….. great!

How long was the voyage by plane? ……………………………….


Was JFK airport big? ……………………………..
Was Camilla affraid she would get lost without her friend?
…………………………….
What is the name of the most famous roundabout?............................
What ……….. in Central Park? ………………………………..
Were there many cars at the Times Square? ………………………..

The plane ticket wasn’t expensive.


T F
They went to Katie’s house by a taxi.
T F
Only rich people live in the New York city.
T F
Katie’s apartment wasn’t big but it was nice and comfortable.
T F
Cars weren’t allowed to the Times Square.
T F
They saw a play at a Broadway theatre.
T F

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¿Qué Aprendí?
Write the correct order of each sentence.

1. She/ be/ in / Mexico city/ last year,


Affirmative:
Negative:
Question:

2 He / be / studying/ at/ CECYTEG / in / 2017.


Affirmative:
Negative:
Question:

3. You / be / upset / last night.


Affirmative:
Negative:
Question:

4. Maria and Peter / be / really / hungry.


Affirmative:
Negative:
Question:

5. We / be / exhausted / after / the / game.


Affirmative:
Negative:
Question:

Self assesment
I can ………. Yes  No 

Use the verb to be in affirmative, negative and interrogative


Talk about the weather using verb to be in past.
Use verb to be to express identity, location, mood and feelings.

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UNIT 2. SIMPLE PAST. REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS.

Past Simple.

Para aprender más.

The simple past expresses an action in the past taking place once, never, several
times. That is, to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific
time in the past. You can avoid mentioning the time when this action happened but
you have a specific time in mind.

Check the following examples


I ate breakfast.
You slept.
You brushed your teeth.
He cleaned his room.
She washed her clothes
It ran after the ball.
We studied well.
You went to the movies.
They came back home.

Regular & Irregular verbs

There are, in English, two types of verbs:

Regular (brushed, cleaned, washed, studied) and Irregular (ate, slept, ran, went,
came)
Notice that in regular verbs we have a special ending right after the verb, this
ending is:

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–ed or –d (for verbs ending in –e).


Regular verbs

Para aprender más.

Simple past regular verbs spelling rules

Verb ending Add Example


Base form ed visit - visited
vowel + y ed play - played
consonant + y y ied study - studied
one syllable verb another stop - stopped
1 consonant + consonant +
1 vowel + 1 ed
consonant

2 syllable with another permit - permitted


stress consonant +
on 2nd syllable ed comit - comitted
ending with a
single consonant

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Regular verbs

Para aprender más.

Pronunciation of regular verbs in past ED


The pronunciation of regular verbs depends on the final consonant sound. There
are three ways to pronounce ED at the end of a word in English
/id/ /t/ /d/
/id/ /t/ /d/
T = wanted P = helped L = Called
D = needed K = looked N = Cleaned
SH = washed R = Offered
GH = laughed G = Damaged
CH = watched V = Loved
C = danced S = Used
X = fixed Z = Amazed
B = Rubbed
M = Claimed

voiceless *voiced
*voiced sound = uses the vocal cords and they produce a
vibration or humming sound in the throat. ( touch your throat
to feel it)

Words that end in a vowel sound uses /d/ pronunciation for


ED.
e.g: followed, enjoyed, played, tried, continued.

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Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise A: Place the verbs into the correct columns below. There are ten
answers for each.

flooded mixed visited


allowed
guessed pasted wasted
asked
included relaxed washed
cracked
jailed repeated watched
cried
killed shaved welcomed
damaged
landed slipped yawned
decided
loved stopped
encouraged
missed tasted
ended

1 1 /d/ 1 2 /t/ 1 3 / id /
............................ ............................ ............................

2 ............................ 2 ............................ 2 ............................

3 ............................ 3 ............................ 3 ............................

4 ............................ 4 ............................ 4 ............................

5 ............................ 5 ............................ 5 ............................

6 ............................ 6 ............................ 6 ............................

7 ............................ 7 ............................ 7 ............................

8 ............................ 8 ............................ 8 ............................

9 ............................ 9 ............................ 9 ............................

10 ............................ 10 ............................ 10 ............................

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(previous page)

[ɪd] [t] [d]

Want Stop Name

End Work Fill

Need Miss Love

Wait Wash

Pretend Laugh

Expect fix

search

Special cases in –e endings

[ɪd] [t]

Invite Like
Hate Use
Bake
Dance

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Para aprender más.


Irregular Verbs

The irregular verbs have different ways of writing. There are no rules, you just have
to memorize them with the help of your dictionary or your verb list.

Here is an example of an Irregular verbs list. (taken from:


http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/irregular-verbs-list.htm)

Para aprender más.


Past Simple (conjugation).
Check the following chart.

AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE
I played I didn’t* play Did* I
play?
You played you didn’t play Did you
play?
He played he didn’t play Did he
play?
She played she didn’t play Did she
play?
It played it didn’t play Did it
play?
We played we didn’t play
Did we play?
You played you didn’t play Did you
play?
They played they didn’t play
Did they play?

*As in many tenses in English we have the auxiliary “do” made “did” in past to
negate and make questions in past simple.

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Para aprender más.

Short Answers
AFFIRMATIVE (Yes + ,+  + did) NEGATIVE (Yes + ,+  + did not / didn’t)
Yes, I did. No, I didn’t.
Yes, you did. No, you didn’t.
Yes, he did. No, he didn’t.
Yes, she did. No, she didn’t.
Yes, it did. No, it didn’t.
Yes, we did. No, we didn’t.
Yes, you did. No, you didn’t.
Yes, they did. No, they didn’t.

Ejercitando mi habilidad. Exercise 3: Conjugate the verb to have, to sing,


to paint and to receive in English in the affirmative and negative and interrogative
forms.

Have Affirmative Negative

You

He

She

It

We

You

They

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Sing Affirmative Interrogative

You

He

She

It

We

You

They

Paint Affirmative Negative

you

he

she

it

we

you

they

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RECEIVE AFFIRMATIVE INTERROGATIVE

YOU

HE

SHE

IT

WE

YOU

THEY

Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise. Complete the following using these verbs IN PAST TENSE (buy / play /
live / read / sleep / collect / teach / go / watch / was born).
1. You _________near Sidney.
2. I __________tennis.
3. We____________to CECYTEG High School.
4. They__________TV on the weekends
5. He _______soccer teams posters
6. She__________Harry Potter books.
7. Phil _____________ in Lisbon in 1980.
8. Andrea____________a white dress at the mall.
9. Carlos ____________French in The Philppines.
10. Jerry ____________ at this nice hotel last night.

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Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise. Put the words in the correct order.


1. Play / didn’t / he / basketball. He didn’t play basketball.
2. she / like / didn’t / soccer._____________________________________
3. in Rome / live / they / did.?___________________________________
4. you / like / did / skiing?___________________________________
5. he / did / collect /
postcards?______________________________________________
6. didn’t / we / go / in December /to the swimming
pool.____________________________________________________
7. you / study / did / after
school?____________________________________________
8. watched / he / a Mexican old
film__________________________________________
9. during this weekend / to / Andrea / Leon /
travelled_________________________________
10. to his manager / Joseph / reports /
presented_________________________________

Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise. Order the following statements (pay special attention to the use “last”)
1. was / She / last / in / month / Paris.

2. were / people / many / at / last / the / night / There / party.

3. English / met / a / tourists / at / seaside / summer / last / the / of / We / lot /


summer.

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4. year / new / She / car / bought / last / her.

5. Saturday / We / cinema / to / last / went / the.

Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise. Order the following statements (pay special attention to the use “ago”).

1. were / the / airport / They / at / ago / hours / two.

2. three / were / We / ill / ago / days.

3. Rome / He / ago / in / two / lived / years.

4. left / Mary / four / ago / school / minutes.

5. market / was / one / ago / at / She / the / hour.

Exercise. Write affirmative sentences in the correct order and in simple past
don’t forget to include (ago/ last / yesterday).

1. Keiry / a funny story / told __________________________________________


2. you / a question / asked ___________________________________________
3. ate / a pizza / the dog ____________________________________________
4. Louis / TV / watched ______________________________________________
5. we / pictures and video / took ________________________________________
6. Ian and Lenny / comic books / bought _________________________________
7. we / in London / lived_______________________________________________

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8. I / sleepy / felt_____________________________________________________
9. they / a sick cousin / visited _________________________________________

Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise. Write again the following sentences in the negative form.

1. Father Saleski went to Jerusalem. → Father Saleski didn’t go to Jerusalem.


2. The hummingbird flew high. → __________________________________
3. Alice played tennis. → _________________________________________
4. The teacher tested our English. → ________________________________
5. Janice kissed her grandma. → ___________________________________
6. He washed the car. → __________________________________________
7. You felt guilty. → ______________________________________________
8. He had a computer. → __________________________________________
9. Tim bought bananas for lunch. →
____________________________________________
10. The visitors saw the church. →
_____________________________________________

Ejercitando mi habilidad.

Exercise. Write again the following sentences in the negative form.

Simple past. WH questions.


Speaking exercise. In pairs, practice and answer the following questions.

1.What did you have for breakfast this morning?


2.Where did you go after school yesterday?
3.Who did you talk to duruing recess?
4.When did you meet your best friend?
5.How did you come to school today?

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UNIT 3. USED TO COULD COMPARATIVES

Used to…

Used to… refers to something that you regularly did in the past
but don’t do anymore

I used to go camping every summer, but now I go every Easter.

Did you use to stay many days?

Yes, I used to stay for weeks


No, I didn’t use to stay for more than two days.

Where did you use togo?


We always used to go to the same place.

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Structures:

Positivo *

Sujeto + used to + Verbo + Complemento‐

I used to speak in public. They are used to eat bread.

Negativo **

Sujeto + did+ not + use to + verbo + complemento ‐

He used to study.

Pregunta ***

Did + sujeto + use to + verbo + complemento? ‐

did you use to study?.

Complete the following sentences:

1. When I was in elementary school, I used to

2. I used to , but not anymore.

3. When I was a kid. I used to play

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Example:
My friend Tere used to play basketball when she was in
secondary school.

Writing and Speaking… Add four more questions to the


following list and take turns to ask and answer each question.

Then, write the main idea of your classmates…

1. What’s your favorite memory from secondary school?


2. What kinds of sports or games did you use to play then?
3. Did you use to have a nick name?
4. Did you use to have a special food?
5. What kind of music did you use to like?
6. Where did you use to go for entertain?
7.
8.
9.
10.

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Writing practice: Write down all the information given by your


classmates
Used to… or Use to.
Circle the correct answer. Fill the gaps when you’ve checked your answers.
I don’t play soccer, but I

Jim doesn't have a girlfriend now, but he


.
 used to play every
Sunday
 didn't use
 He didn’t used to
 used to
Use a pillow
 was using to

People use
the Internet but now When I was younger I speak
everybody is surfing in French all the time but not now.

 aren't used to using


 is used
 Didn’t use to
 isn't used to usining  Used to gets

I to play I wear long hair for the holidays but


baseball when I was young.
I'm too old and fat to play now. not any
more

 use
 used to

 to be used to
 got used to used
 to used to get
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What could you do?

COULD

Use COULD to Express

 ABILITY in the past:

Affirmative
He could speak English when he met young.
I could read and write when I was only four
years old. I could run the marathon.
She could swim in cold
water They could cut a tree
in 2 minutes

Negative
I couldn’t build that house He couldn’t open the door
You couldn’t find the treasure
We couldn’t drive a car when we were children

 POSSIBILITY in the past:

I could study English in the United States (because I lived very close to
the border). They could get the flu in the party: (They were sick after the
party)
She could buy a new car. (She had the
money) He couldn’t come to work. (He
had a flat tire.)

 PERMISSION in the past:

You could eat everything. (Because everybody


ate already.) She could close the door.
(Everybody was inside.)
The boys couldn’t come back after midnight. (They had permission only
until midnight)
I couldn’t speak Spanish in my
English class We couldn’t eat
outside the cafeteria.

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Could.

EXAMPLE: Juan was accepted at CECYTE and COBACH. Both gave him a scholarship.
Juan could go CECYTE or COBACH, but CECYTE is a better school.

What is the ability on the following sentences?

 Sofia taught math when she was young.

She could teach math when she was young.

 Armando answered three phones at the same time

He couldn’t answer three phones at the same time.

1. Delia and her husband danced tango many years ago.

2. Lety and Christopher cooked carne asada in 5 minutes.

3. Dulce found anything you need on the internet.

4. Laura didn’t know how to use a computer last year.

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5. Angela didn’t read fast last year.

6. We didn’t know how to speak English

Change the following sentences using 'could' (Possibility)

1. We have the opportunity to play tennis now.

2. We are free to study our English lesson tomorrow morning.

3. Do you have time to help me buy a birthday gift for Jane?

4. Carlos & Lina were able to spend long time visiting the museums.

5. Hector y Betty have time to take a long drive in the country.

6. They didn’t rent a DJ for our Christmas party.

7. They heard the music they liked.

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8. We didn’t have a dog when we were young.

11. They didn’t arrive on time, they loose their flight

Choose the correct answer. Fill the gaps when you’ve checked your answers.

1.I remember his name.

A was 4. They go. The weather was too


bad.
B couldn’t
A couldn't

C red herring
B can't

2. Diana the piano. C could to

A could play
B can to play
C eats

3.She come on holiday next

month if her parents give her permission.

A can't

B could

C could to

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5.You solve this. 7 He pass the exam if he


studied harder.
A could
A can to
B could to
B could to
C is
C could

6.Sorry, Teacher. I do it yet.


8 They get any fish.
A wasn't
A could to
B couldn't
B couldn’t
C could to
C wasn't

Check, yes or not.

I can ….. Yes No


Talk about the past using “used to”
Use could to express ability and possibility
Compare things using different adjectives

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Self assessment
Apendix for unit 2.
Simple past. Frida Khalo`s biography.

Considered one of the Mexico's greatest


artist, Frida Kahlo was born on July 6,
1907 in Coyocoan, Mexico City, Mexico.
She grew up in the family's home where
was later referred as the Blue House or
Casa Azul. He father is a German
descendant and photographer. He
immigrated to Mexico where he met and
married her mother Matilde. Her mother is
half Amerindian and half Spanish. Frida
Imagen1. Frida Khalo. Kahlo has two older sisters and one younger
https://www.fridakahl
o.org/frida-kahlo- sister.
biography.jsp

Frida Kahlo has poor health in her childhood. She contracted polio at age of 6
and had to be bedridden for nine months. This disease caused her right leg and
food grow much thinner than her left one. She limped after she recovered from
the polio. She has been wearing long skirts to cover that for the rest of her life.
Her father encouraged her to do lots of sports to help her recover. She played
soccer, went swimming, and even did wrestle, which is very unusual at that time
for a girl.

She has kept a very close relationship with her father for her whole life. Frida
Kahlo attended the renowned National Preparatory School in Mexico city in year
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she soon became famous for her outspokenness and bravery. At this school she
first met the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera for the first time. Rivera at that
time was working on a mural called The Creation on the school campus. Frida
often watched it and she told a friend she will marry him someday.

At the same year, Kahlo joined a gang of students which shared the similar
political and intellectual views. She fell in love with the leader Alejandro Gomez
Arias. On a September afternoon when she traveled with Gomez Arias on a bus
the tragic accident happened. The bus collided with a streetcar and Frida Kahlo
was seriously injured. A steel handrail impaled her through the hip. Her spine
and pelvis are fractured and this accident left her in a great deal of pain, both
physically and physiologically.

She was injured so badly and had to stay in the Red Cross Hospital in Mexico
City for several weeks. After that she returned home for further recovery. She
had to wear full body cast for three months. To kill the time and alleviate the pain,
she started painting and finished her first first self-portrait the following year. Frida
Kahlo once said, "I paint myself because I am often alone and I am the subject I
know best". Her parents encouraged her to paint and made a special easel made
for her so she could paint in bed. They also gave her brushes and boxes of
paints.

Frida Kahlo reconnected with Rivera in 1928. She asked him to evaluate her
work and he encouraged her. The two soon started the romantic relationship.
Despite her mother's objection, Frida and Diego Rivera got married in the next
year. During their earlier years as a married couple, Frida had to move a lot
based on Diego's work. In 1930, they lived in San Francisco, Calfonia. Then they
moved to New York City for Rivera's artwork show at Museum of Modern Art. They
later moved to Detroit while Diego Rivera worked for Detroit Institute of Arts.

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In 1932, Kahlo added more realistic and surrealistic components in her painting
style. In the painting titled Henry Ford Hospital(1932), Frida Kahlo lied on a hospital
bed naked and was surrounded with a few things floating around, which includes
a fetus, a flower, a pelvis, a snail, all connected by veins. This painting was an
expression of her feelings about her second miscarriage. It is as personal as her
other self-portraits.

In 1933, Kahlo was living in New York City with husband Diego Rivera. Rivera
was commissioned by Nelson Rockefeller to create a mural named as Man at the
Crossroads at Rockefeller Center. Rivera tried to include Vladimir Lenin in the
painting, who is a communist leader. Rockefeller stopped his work and that part
was painted over. The couple had to move back to Mexico after this incident.
They returned and live in San Angel, Mexico.

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rievea's marriage is not an usual one. They had been
keeping separate homes and studios for all those years. Diego had so many
affairs and one of that was with Kahlo's sister Cristina. Frida Kahlo was so sad
and she cut off her long hair to show her desperation to the betrayal. She has
been longed for children but she cannot bear one due to the bus accident. She
was heartbroken when she experienced a second miscarriage in 1934. Kahlo
and Rivera has been separated for a few times but they always went back
together. In 1937 they helped Leon Trotsky and his wife Natalia. Leon Trotsky is
a exiled communist and rival of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. Kahlo and Rivera
welcomed the couple together and let them stay at her Blue House. Kahlo also
had a brief affair with Leon Trotsky when the couple stayed at her house.

In 1938, Frida Kahlo became friend of Andre Breton, who is one of the primary
figures of Surrealism movement. Frida said she never considered herself as a
Surrealist "until André Breton came to Mexico and told me I was one." She also
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know that they are the frankest expression of myself". "Since my subjects have
always been my sensations, my states of mind and the profound reactions that
life has been producing in me, I have frequently objectified all this in figures of
myself, which were the most sincere and real thing that I could do in order to
express what I felt inside and outside of myself."

In the same year, she had an exhibition at New York City gallery. She sold some
of her paintings and got two commissions. One of that is from Clare Boothe Luce
to paint her friend Dorothy Hale who committed suicide. She painted The Suicide
of Dorothy Hale (1939), which tells the story of Dorothy's tragic leap. The patron
Luce was horrified and almost destroyed this painting.

The next year, 1939, Kahlo was invited by Andre Breton and went to Paris. Her
works are exhibited there and she is befriended with artists such as Marc
Chagall, Piet Mondrian and Pablo Picasso. She and Rivera got divorced that year and
she painted one of her most famous painting, The Two Fridas(1939).

But soon Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera remarried in 1940. The second marriage
is about the same as the first one. They still keep separate lives and houses.
Both of them had infidelities with other people during the marriage. Kahlo
received a commission from the Mexican government for five portraits of
important Mexican women in 1941, but she was unable to finish the project. She
lost her beloved father that year and continued to suffer from chronic health
problems. Despite her personal challenges, her work continued to grow in
popularity and was included in numerous group shows around this time.

In the year of 1944, Frida Kahlo painted one of her most famous portrait, The Broken
Column. In this painting she depicted herself naked and split down the middle. Her
spine is shattered like column. She wears a surgical brace and there are nails all

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through her body, which is the indication of the consistent pain she went through. In
this painting, Frida expressed her physical challenges by her art. During that time,
she had a few surgeries and had to wear special corsets to protect her back spine.
She seeks lots of medical treatment for her chronic pain but nothing really worked.

Her health condition has been worsening in 1950. That year she was diagnosed with
gangrene in her right foot. She became bedridden for the next nine month and had
to stay in hospital and had several surgeries. But with great persistence, Frida Kahlo
continued to work and paint. In the year of 1953, she had a solo exhibition in
Mexican. Although she had limited mobility at that time, she showed up on the
exhibition's opening ceremony. She arrived by ambulance, and welcomed the
attendees, celebrated the ceremony in a bed the gallery set up for her. A few months
later, she had to accept another surgery. Part of her right leg got amputated to stop
the gangrene.

With the poor physical condition, she is also deeply depressed. She even had a
inclination for suicide. Frida Kahlo has been out and in hospital during that year. But
despite her health issues, she has been active with the political movement. She
showed up at the demonstration against US backed overthrow of President Jacobo
Arbenz of Guatemala on July 2. This is her last public appearance. About one week
after her 47th birthday, Frida Kahlo passed away at her beloved Bule House. She
was publicly reported to die of a pulmonary embolism, but there are speculation
which was saying she died of a possible suicide.

Frida Kahlo's fame has been growing after her death. Her Blue House was opened
as a museum in the year of 1958. In 1970s the interest on her work and life are
renewed due to the feminist movement, since she was viewed as an icon of female
creativity. In 1983, Hayden Herrera published his book on her, A Biography of Frida
Kahlo, which drew more attention from the public to this great artist. In the year of

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2002, a movie named Frida was released, staring alma Hayek as Frida Kahlo and
Alfred Molina as Diego Rivera. This movie was nominated for six Academy Awards
and won for Best Makeup and Original Score.

Appendix for unit 2 simple past.


Verb list.

V1 V2 V3
Base Form Past Simple Past Participle

Awake awoke awoken

Be was, were been

Beat beat beaten

become became become

Begin began begun

Bend bent bent

Bet bet bet

Bid bid bid

Bite bit bitten

Blow blew blown

Break broke broken

Bring brought brought

broadcast broadcast broadcast

Build built built

Burn burned/burnt burned/burnt

Buy bought bought

Catch caught caught

Choose chose chosen

come came come

cost cost cost

cut cut cut

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dig dug dug

do did done

draw drew drawn

dream dreamed/dreamt dreamed/dreamt

drive drove driven

drink drank drunk

eat ate eaten

fall fell fallen

feel felt felt

fight fought fought

find found found

fly flew flown

forget forgot forgotten

forgive forgave forgiven

freeze froze frozen

get got got


(sometimes gotten)

give gave given

go went gone

grow grew grown

hang hung hung

have had had

hear heard heard

hide hid hidden

hit hit hit

hold held held

hurt hurt hurt

keep kept kept

know knew known

lay laid laid

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lead led led

learn learned/learnt learned/learnt

leave left left

lend lent lent

let let let

lie lay lain

lose lost lost

make made made

mean meant meant

meet met met

pay paid paid

put put put

read read read

ride rode ridden

ring rang rung

rise rose risen

run ran run

say said said

see saw seen

sell sold sold

send sent sent

show showed showed/shown

shut shut shut

sing sang sung

sit sat sat

sleep slept slept

speak spoke spoken

spend spent spent

stand stood stood

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swim swam swum

take took taken

teach taught taught

tear tore torn

tell told told

think thought thought

throw threw thrown

understand understood understood

wake woke woken

wear wore worn

win won won

write wrote written

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