lunes, 1 de octubre de 2018

Lengua Extranjera


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



SCHEDULE

HOUR

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

PARENT´S ATTENTION

2 BGU “B”

3 BGU “C”

3 BGU “D”

2 BGU “B”

2

PARENT´S ATTENTION

2 BGU “B”

3 BGU “C”

3 BGU “D”

2 BGU “B”

3

10 EGB “B”

2 BGU “A”

2 BGU “A”

 

 

4

10 EGB “B”

2 BGU “A”

2 BGU “A”

 

 

5

 

10 EGB “B”

2 BGU “B”

10 EGB “B”

3 BGU “D”

6

 

10 EGB “B”

2 BGU “B”

10 EGB “B”

3 BGU “D”

7

3 BGU “C”

3 BGU “D”

 

2 BGU “A”

3 BGU “C”

8

3 BGU “C”

3 BGU “D”

 

2 BGU “A”

3 BGU “C”

sábado, 9 de diciembre de 2017

REVIEW

              PAST SIMPLE AND PRESENT PERFECT

(REVIEW) 

PAST SIMPLE
1.-Complete the sentences with the past simple form of the verbs in brackets.
1.-We  _____________________(enjoy) the game last Sunday.
2.-Marco_____________________ ( win) the golf competition.
3.-They_____________________( play) very well yesterday.
4.-Sandra _____________________ (want) to go rowing with me yesterday.
5.-They_____________________ (go) to the swimming pool last week.
6.-I_____________________ (buy) a new baseball cap last week.
7.-James_____________________(stop) his car in front of the sports shops.
8.- My dad _____________________(fly) to Orlando last month.
9.- I _____________________ (ride ) a camel in the zoo last year.
10.-My friend ( take) _____________________ the wrong train last week.
2.- Change to negative the sentences in 1.
1.-We ___enjoyed_______(enjoy) the game last Sunday.
Example:
We didn´t enjoy the game last Sunday.
3.-Write questions in simple past using the following words.
1.-Anna / the window / open ?
Did Anna open the window?
2.-she / home / walk
_________________________________________________________?
3.-you / in the garden / work
_________________________________________________________?
4.-you / a song / sing
_________________________________________________________?
5.-she / on a chair / sit
_________________________________________________________?
6.-you / the castle / visit                  
_________________________________________________________?
7.-Jenny / the door / lock
_________________________________________________________?
8.-she / wash / the dishes
_________________________________________________________?
9.-Greg / the ball / kick
_________________________________________________________?
10.-the car / at the corner / stop
_________________________________________________________?


PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE

1.-Put the verbs into the correct form (present perfect simple).
1.-I (work) _______________________________in Coca Cola company.
2.-We (buy)_______________________________  a new lamp.
3.-We (plan) _______________________________ our holiday .
4.-He (write) _______________________________  five letters.
5.-She (see) _______________________________ the movie Titanic.
6.-They (speak ) _______________________________  with their boss.
7.-Jhon (drink) _______________________________ all the chocolate.
8.- Daniel (win) _______________________________ the contest in the school.
9.- Samanta (sing) _______________________________ in the English song contest.
10.- I (forget) _______________________________ to send the letter.
11.- Fabiana (break) _______________________________ the window in our class.
12.- Luis (eat) _______________________________chontacuros in Puyo.
13.-Ariel (find) _______________________________ the answer .
14.- Daniela (meet ) _______________________________ a famous singer.
15.-Charles (win) _______________________________  the lottery.
2.- Change to negative the sentences in 1.
Example:
1.-I have worked in Coca Cola company.
I haven´t worked in Coca Cola company.



3.-Write affirmative + and negative -  sentences with the following words. ( Present perfect simple with already and yet)
1.-. (+I /already/ listen/ that song)
I have already listened that song
2.-. (-/ She not/to go swimming/yet)
3.- (+We /already/to take some photos)
4.- (+He /already/to help Jane in the kitchen)
5.- (-They /not/to play the guitar/yet)
6.-. (+I /already/to have fun with my friends)
7.-(-I /not/to wash my shirts/yet)
8.-(-They /not/to make their bed/yet)
9.- (+She /already/to do the washing-up)
10.- (-I /not/to speak to my maths teacher/yet)


jueves, 9 de noviembre de 2017

PRESENT PERFECT




PRESENT PERFECT
When do we use the Present Perfect Tense?
1. Unspecified point in the past
  • have been to Spain three times.
    (At some unspecified time in the past, I went to Spain).
Compare with the simple past:
  • I went to Spain three times in 2005.
    (specified time in the past - the year 2005)
2. An action that occurred in the past, but has a result in the present (now)
  • We can't find our luggage. Have you seen it?
    (The luggage was lost in the past, do you know where it is now?)
3. Talking about general experiences (ever, never)
It usually refers to an event happening at some moment in your life.
  • Has she ever tried Chilean wine before?
  • I've never eaten monkey brains before.
4. Events that recently occurred (just)
  • Do you want to go to a restaurant with me?
    No, thanks. I've just eaten lunch.
    (I recently ate lunch.)
5. Events that occurred before you expected (already)
  • I've already graduated from University. (I expected to graduate at a later date.)
6. Events that began in the past and haven't changed (for, since)
  • Mike has worked at Burguer King for 3 years.

  • Julie has worked at KFC since September last year.


The Present Perfect Tense is formed using the following structure:

Affirmative: Subject + Have / Has + Past Participle
Negative: Subject + Haven't / Hasn't + Past Participle
Question: Have / Has + Subject + Past Participle





Affirmative Sentences
Subject
Have
Past
Participle
Rest of the Sentence
I
have
studied
for the exam.
You
have
bought
a new computer.
He
has
eaten
my chocolate.
She
has
written
an e-mail.
It
has
been
cold this month.
We
have
won
the championship.
You
have
tried
to learn a lot.
They
have
forgotten
my birthday.

Negative Sentences
The contraction of the perfect tense in negative form is:
Have not = Haven't
Has not = Hasn't
Subject
Have
Past
Participle
Rest of the Sentence
I
haven't
studied
for the exam.
You
haven't
bought
a new computer.
He
hasn't
eaten
my chocolate.
She
hasn't
written
an e-mail.
It
hasn't
been
cold this month.
We
haven't
won
the championship.
You
haven't
tried
to learn a lot.
They
haven't
forgotten
my birthday.


Questions
Have
Subject
Past
Participle
Rest of the Sentence
Have
I
been
chosen for the team?
Have
you
bought
a new car?
Has
he
eaten
my sandwich?
Has
she
written
the letter?
Has
it
started
on time?
Have
we
won
a trophy?
Have
you
kept
my secret?
Have
they
driven
there?