Workbook for level. III.

This the workbook for level III. You have to work it step by step and before the first test you have to hand me over all the exercises that correspond to Units I and II. Open this link and start working on it.  You are going to do the pages that the teacher assigns in class.                                                                                                                                              English_(American)_Level_3_-_Student_Workbook

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THIS IS THE WORKBOOK FOR LEVEL IV.

YOU HAVE TO OPEN THIS LINK  AND DO THE EXERCISES ON PAGES N0.3,4,5,6,7,8 for next saturday.   The teacher will assign the other pages you have to do.                                                                                                                  English_(American)_Level_4_-_Student_Workbook

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Exercises with irregular verbs in past.Levels II and III.

vISIT THIS LINK TO PRACTICE MORE ENGLISH.

Instructions: complete the following sentences using the verb in brackets (all sentences are in the past simple tense):

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 I (see)  George last week – he looked very well. 

 

 Seven people (ring)  while you were out. 

 

 I (leave)  my mobile phone at home this morning. I had to go back. 

 

 Dinner was great. We (have)  pasta. 

 

 I (tear)  my shirt when I fell off my bike. 

 

 I think you misunderstood me. I (mean)  ‘bed’ not ‘bird’! 

 

 I (hurt)  my leg playing football yesterday. I can’t walk very well today. 

 

 Pedro (teach)  me to speak Spanish in a year. He was a great teacher. 

 

 I’m sorry that I (forget)  to call you yesterday 

 

 He (drink)  all the wine last night

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Exercises with Irregular Verbs.Levels II and III.

Do this exercise and practice  the verbs doing sentences in past tense.

You can visit this link and practice more English;http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/irregular_verbs/fill_in.htm

Put in the verbs in the correct forms.Toggle example
1) go -  - 
2) say -  - 
3) do -  - 
4) come -  - 
5) have -  - 
6) stand -  - 
7) make -  - 
8) buy -  - 
9) sit -  - 
10) swim -  - 
11) speak -  - 
12) see -  - 
13) write -  - 
14) sing -  - 
15) run -  - 
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List of irregular verbs.English II, III and IV.

WRITE THE MEANING OF THE VERBS AND TRY TO LEARN ALL OF THEM.

http://www.usingenglish.com/reference/irregular-verbs/ With this link you can get more information about English grammar.

Base Form Past Simple Past Participle 3rd Person Singular Present Participle / Gerund
Abide Abode/Abided Abode/Abided/Abidden Abides Abiding
Alight Alit/Alighted Alit/Alighted Alights Alighting
Arise Arose Arisen Arises Arising
Awake Awoke Awoken Awakes Awaking
Be Was/Were Been Is Being
Bear Bore Born/Borne Bears Bearing
Beat Beat Beaten Beats Beating
Become Became Become Becomes Becoming
Begin Began Begun Begins Beginning
Behold Beheld Beheld Beholds Beholding
Bend Bent Bent Bends Bending
Bet Bet Bet Bets Betting
Bid Bade Bidden Bids Bidding
Bid Bid Bid Bids Bidding
Bind Bound Bound Binds Binding
Bite Bit Bitten Bites Biting
Bleed Bled Bled Bleeds Bleeding
Blow Blew Blown Blows Blowing
Break Broke Broken Breaks Breaking
Breed Bred Bred Breeds Breeding
Bring Brought Brought Brings Bringing
Broadcast Broadcast/Broadcasted Broadcast/Broadcasted Broadcasts Broadcasting
Build Built Built Builds Building
Burn Burnt/Burned Burnt/Burned Burns Burning
Burst Burst Burst Bursts Bursting
Bust Bust Bust Busts Busting
Buy Bought Bought Buys Buying
Cast Cast Cast Casts Casting
Catch Caught Caught Catches Catching
Choose Chose Chosen Chooses Choosing
Clap Clapped/Clapt Clapped/Clapt Claps Clapping
Cling Clung Clung Clings Clinging
Clothe Clad/Clothed Clad/Clothed Clothes Clothing
Come Came Come Comes Coming
Cost Cost Cost Costs Costing
Creep Crept Crept Creeps Creeping
Cut Cut Cut Cuts Cutting
Dare Dared/Durst Dared Dares Daring
Deal Dealt Dealt Deals Dealing
Dig Dug Dug Digs Digging
Dive Dived/Dove Dived Dives Diving
Do Did Done Does Doing
Draw Drew Drawn Draws Drawing
Dream Dreamt/Dreamed Dreamt/Dreamed Dreams Dreaming
Drink Drank Drunk Drinks Drinking
Drive Drove Driven Drives Driving
Dwell Dwelt Dwelt Dwells Dwelling
Eat Ate Eaten Eats Eating
Fall Fell Fallen Falls Falling
Feed Fed Fed Feeds Feeding
Feel Felt Felt Feels Feeling
Fight Fought Fought Fights Fighting
Find Found Found Finds Finding
Fit Fit/Fitted Fit/Fitted Fits Fitting
Flee Fled Fled Flees Fleeing
Fling Flung Flung Flings Flinging
Fly Flew Flown Flies Flying
Forbid Forbade/Forbad Forbidden Forbids Forbidding
Forecast Forecast/Forecasted Forecast/Forecasted Forecasts Forecasting
Foresee Foresaw Foreseen Foresees Foreseeing
Foretell Foretold Foretold Foretells Foretelling
Forget Forgot Forgotten Forgets Foregetting
Forgive Forgave Forgiven Forgives Forgiving
Forsake Forsook Forsaken Forsakes Forsaking
Freeze Froze Frozen Freezes Freezing
Frostbite Frostbit Frostbitten Frostbites Frostbiting
Get Got Got/Gotten Gets Getting
Give Gave Given Gives Giving
Go Went Gone/Been Goes Going
Grind Ground Ground Grinds Grinding
Grow Grew Grown Grows Growing
Handwrite Handwrote Handwritten Handwrites Handwriting
Hang Hung/Hanged Hung/Hanged Hangs Hanging
Have Had Had Has Having
Hear Heard Heard Hears Hearing
Hide Hid Hidden Hides Hiding
Hit Hit Hit Hits Hitting
Hold Held Held Holds Holding
Hurt Hurt Hurt Hurts Hurting
Inlay Inlaid Inlaid Inlays Inlaying
Input Input/Inputted Input/Inputted Inputs Inputting
Interlay Interlaid Interlaid Interlays Interlaying
Keep Kept Kept Keeps Keeping
Kneel Knelt/Kneeled Knelt/Kneeled Kneels Kneeling
Knit Knit/Knitted Knit/Knitted Knits Knitting
Know Knew Known Knows Knowing
Lay Laid Laid Lays laying
Lead Led Led Leads Leading
Lean Leant/Leaned Leant/Leaned Leans Leaning
Leap Leapt/Leaped Leapt/Leaped Leaps Leaping
Learn Learnt/Learned Learnt/Learned Learns Learning
Leave Left Left Leaves Leaving
Lend Lent Lent Lends Lending
Let Let Let Lets Letting
Lie Lay Lain Lies Lying
Light Lit Lit Lights Lighting
Lose Lost Lost Loses Losing
Make Made Made Makes Making
Mean Meant Meant Means Meaning
Meet Met Met Meets Meeting
Melt Melted Molten/Melted Melts Melting
Mislead Misled Misled Misleads Misleading
Mistake Mistook Mistaken Mistakes Mistaking
Misunderstand Misunderstood Misunderstood Misunderstands Misunderstanding
Miswed Miswed/Miswedded Miswed/Miswedded Misweds Miswedding
Mow Mowed Mown Mows Mowing
Overdraw Overdrew Overdrawn Overdraws Overdrawing
Overhear Overheard Overheard Overhears Overhearing
Overtake Overtook Overtaken Overtakes Overtaking
Pay Paid Paid Pays Paying
Preset Preset Preset Presets Presetting
Prove Proved Proven/Proved Proves Proving
Put Put Put Puts Putting
Quit Quit Quit Quits Quitting
Re-prove Re-proved Re-proven/Re-proved Re-proves Re-proving
Read Read Read Reads Reading
Rid Rid/Ridded Rid/Ridded Rids Ridding
Ride Rode Ridden Rides Riding
Ring Rang Rung Rings Ringing
Rise Rose Risen Rises Rising
Rive Rived Riven/Rived Rives Riving
Run Ran Run Runs Running
Saw Sawed Sawn/Sawed Saws Sawing
Say Said Said Says Saying
See Saw Seen Sees Seeing
Seek Sought Sought Seeks Seeking
Sell Sold Sold Sells Selling
Send Sent Sent Sends Sending
Set Set Set Sets Setting
Sew Sewed Sewn/Sewed Sews Sewing
Shake Shook Shaken Shakes Shaking
Shave Shaved Shaven/Shaved Shaves Shaving
Shear Shore/Sheared Shorn/Sheared Shears Shearing
Shed Shed Shed Sheds Shedding
Shine Shone Shone Shines Shining
Shoe Shod Shod Shoes Shoeing
Shoot Shot Shot Shoots Shooting
Show Showed Shown Shows Showing
Shrink Shrank Shrunk Shrinks Shrinking
Shut Shut Shut Shuts Shutting
Sing Sang Sung Sings Singing
Sink Sank Sunk Sinks Sinking
Sit Sat Sat Sits Sitting
Slay Slew Slain Slays Slaying
Sleep Slept Slept Sleeps Sleeping
Slide Slid Slid/Slidden Slides Sliding
Sling Slung Slung Slings Slinging
Slink Slunk Slunk Slinks Slinking
Slit Slit Slit Slits Slitting
Smell Smelt/Smelled Smelt/Smelled Smells Smelling
Sneak Sneaked/Snuck Sneaked/Snuck Sneaks Sneaking
Soothsay Soothsaid Soothsaid Soothsays Soothsaying
Sow Sowed Sown Sows Sowing
Speak Spoke Spoken Speaks Speaking
Speed Sped/Speeded Sped/Speeded Speeds Speeding
Spell Spelt/Spelled Spelt/Spelled Spells Spelling
Spend Spent Spent Spends Spending
Spill Spilt/Spilled Spilt/Spilled Spills Spilling
Spin Span/Spun Spun Spins Spinning
Spit Spat/Spit Spat/Spit Spits Spitting
Split Split Split Splits Splitting
Spoil Spoilt/Spoiled Spoilt/Spoiled Spoils Spoiling
Spread Spread Spread Spreads Spreading
Spring Sprang Sprung Springs Springing
Stand Stood Stood Stands Standing
Steal Stole Stolen Steals Stealing
Stick Stuck Stuck Sticks Sticking
Sting Stung Stung Stings Stinging
Stink Stank Stunk Stinks Stinking
Stride Strode/Strided Stridden Strides Striding
Strike Struck Struck/Stricken Strikes Striking
String Strung Strung Strings Stringing
Strip Stript/Stripped Stript/Stripped Strips Stripping
Strive Strove Striven Strives Striving
Sublet Sublet Sublet Sublets Subletting
Sunburn Sunburned/Sunburnt Sunburned/Sunburnt Sunburns Sunburning
Swear Swore Sworn Swears Swearing
Sweat Sweat/Sweated Sweat/Sweated Sweats Sweating
Sweep Swept/Sweeped Swept/Sweeped Sweeps Sweeping
Swell Swelled Swollen Swells Swelling
Swim Swam Swum Swims Swimming
Swing Swung Swung Swings Swinging
Take Took Taken Takes Taking
Teach Taught Taught Teaches Teaching
Tear Tore Torn Tears Tearing
Tell Told Told Tells Telling
Think Thought Thought Thinks Thinking
Thrive Throve/Thrived Thriven/Thrived Thrives Thriving
Throw Threw Thrown Throws Throwing
Thrust Thrust Thrust Thrusts Thrusting
Tread Trod Trodden Treads Treading
Undergo Underwent Undergone Undergoes Undergoing
Understand Understood Understood Understands Understanding
Undertake Undertook Undertaken Undertakes Undertaking
Upset Upset Upset Upsets Upsetting
Vex Vext/Vexed Vext/Vexed Vexes Vexing
Wake Woke Woken Wakes Waking
Wear Wore Worn Wears Wearing
Weave Wove Woven Weaves Weaving
Wed Wed/Wedded Wed/Wedded Weds Wedding
Weep Wept Wept Weeps Weeping
Wend Wended/Went Wended/Went Wends Wending
Wet Wet/Wetted Wet/Wetted Wets Wetting
Win Won Won Wins Winning
Wind Wound Wound Winds Winding
Withdraw Withdrew Withdrawn Withdraws Withdrawing
Withhold Withheld Withheld Withholds Withholding
Withstand Withstood Withstood Withstands Withstanding
Wring Wrung Wrung Wrings Wringing
Write Wrote Written Writes Writing
Zinc Zinced/Zincked Zinced/Zincked Zincs/Zincks Zincking

 

 

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Trabajo Final



Grupo:NE04A, SE04C, SR01A, DR01A; Clase: INGLES








Este trabajo deberá ser entregado a más tardar el día viernes a las 11:59 pm



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Exercises with the simple past tense.Regular and Irregular verbs. Levels II,III AND IV.

Do these exercises to practice de asimple past tense of verbs. Open the links and do the exercises.

Simple Past Tense Exercises


A. Complete the sentences, put the verb into the correct form, positive or negative. (simple past tense)

1. It was warm, so I off my coat. (take)

2. The film wasn’t very good. I it very much. (enjoy)

3. I knew Sarah was very busy, so I her. (disturb)

4. I was very tired, so I to bed early. (go)

5. The bed was very uncomfortable. I very well. (sleep)

6. Sue wasn’t hungry, so she anything. (eat)

7. We went to Kate’s house but she at home. (be)

8. It was a funny situation but nobody (laugh)

9. The window was open and a bird into the room. (fly)

10. The hotel wasn’t very expensive. It very much. (cost)

11. I was in a hurry, so I time to phone you. (have)

12. It was hard work carrying the bags. They very heavy. (be)

B. Complete the exercise with the verbs inside the box. (simple past tense)

buy catch cost drink
fall hurt sell spend
teach throw win write

1. Mozart more than 600 pieces of music.

2. ‘How did you learn to drive?’ ‘My father me.’

3. We couldn’t afford to keep our car, so we it.

4. I was very thirsty. I the water very quickly.

5. Paul and I played tennis yesterday. He’s much better than me, so he

easily.

6. Don down the stairs this morning and his lag.

7. Jim the ball to Sue, who it.

8. Ann a lot of money yesterday. She a dress. It

100.

 

http://www.grammarbank.com/simple-past-tense-exercises.html

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Use of there is and there are.Exercises.Levels I and II.

 

 

There is or There are? 1

RULES:
1. Use there IS for singular nouns (one item).
2. Use there IS for non-count items(group nouns).
3. Use there ARE for many items (plural nouns).
There is a spider on the wall.
There is milk on the floor.
There are pencils on my desk.

Read the sentence, decide on the answer,
then click the answer button to see the correct answer.


1. There  many animals in the zoo.
2. There  a snake in the window.
3. There  a zebra in the grass.
4. There  lions in the zoo, too.
5. There  many baby lions near their parents.
6. There  a bird next to the tree.
7. There  many monkeys in the trees.
8. There  an elephant in the zoo.
9. There  some water in the lake near the elephants.
10. There  birds in the zoo.
11. There  many people visiting the animals today.
12. There  many children, too.
13. There  a gorilla in the tree.
14. There  some grass under the tree.
15. There  bananas in the tree with the gorilla.
16. There  many birds near the gorilla.
17. There  a rock near the tree.
18. There  many sharks in the aquarium.
19. There  an eel in the aquarium, too.
20. There  lots of water for the fish.
21. There  many animals to see at the zoo.Use the following link to know more about this topic.http://english-zone.com/verbs/thereisare1.html

 

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Exercises with possessive adjectives. Level I.

(Before doing the exercises you may want to read the lesson on possessive adjectives)

 

Replace the personal pronouns by possessive adjectives:

  1. Where is (I) book?
  2. Here is (we) teacher.
  3. She goes to school with (she) brother.
  4. (They) father works in a car factory.
  5. (You) laptop is very expensive.
  6. (He) favorite hobby is tennis.
  7. (I) husband and I want to go to Paris.
  8. We want to see (it) historical monuments.
  9. Leila likes (she) dog !
  10. (It) name is Bobby.

Choose the right possessive adjective:

  1. Two students didn’t do mathematics homework.
  2. I have a car. car is black.
  3. We have a dog. name is Pancho.
  4. Nancy is from England. husband is from Australia.
  5. Farid and Nadia go to a high school. little brother goes to primary school.
  6. Mr O’Brian has a van. van is very old.
  7. We go to a high school. high school is fantastic.
  8. I like singing. mother sings with me.
  9. François and Alain are French. family are from France.
  10. Mary likes grandmother. She often visits her.
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Use of prepositions of place.

Use of prepositions of place. Look at the examples careful and then do the exercises.

Prepositions at, in, on

Preposition Examples
in We sit in the room.
I see a house in the picture.
There are trout in the river.
He lives in Paris.
I found the picture in the paper.
He sits in the corner of the room.
He sits in the back of the car.
We arrive in Madrid.
He gets in the car.
She likes walking in the rain.
My cousin lives in the country.
There are kites in the sky.
He plays in the street. (BE)
She lives in a hotel.
The boys stand in a line.
There is a big tree in the middle of the garden.
He is in town.
I have to stay in bed.
You mustn’t park your car in front of the school.
The robber is in prison now.
at She sits at the desk.
Open your books at page 10.
The bus stops at Graz.
I stay at my grandmother’s.
I stand at the door.
Look at the top of the page.
Write this information at the beginning of the letter.
The car stands at the end of the street.
Can we meet at the corner of the street?
I met John at a party.
Pat wasn’t at home yesterday.
I study economics at university.
The childen are at gandmother’s.
He’s looking at the park.
He always arrives late at school.
on The map lies on the desk.
The picture is on page 10.
The photo hangs on the wall.
He lives on a farm.
Dresden lies on the river Elbe.
Men’s clothes are on the second floor.
He lives on Heligoland.
The shop is on the left.
My friend is on the way to Moscow.
When she was a little girl people saw unrealistic cowboy films on television.

You can go to this link and know more about prepositions.http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/grammar/preposition_in_at_on.htm

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