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Adverbs of Time

Los adverbios de tiempo señalan cuándo se realiza la acción indicada por el verbo. I will call you tomorrow. Te llamaré mañana. He went to Paris last week. Fue a Paris la semana pasada. Some day we'll go to England. Algún día iremos a Inglaterra. Muchas veces en lugar de usar una sola palabra se forman frases que comienzan con preposición. Peter will come at two thirty. Peter vendrá a las 2.30. I will be back in one hour. Volveré en una hora. Cuando se hace referencia al día de la semana, se usa la preposición on. On Monday I have to go to the dentist's. Si se hace referencia al mes, se usa la preposición in. In June I have to go to the dentist's. Si se hace referencia al día y al mes, se debe usar la preposición on. On June 23rd, I have to go to the dentist's. COMPLETAR 1. I don't go to school 2. Christmas is 3. Sunday. December 25th. August I'm going to travel to New York. 1994. Sundays. Mondays. 10:15. fifteen minutes. September 1997. 1997?

4. Paul and Karen went to Paris 5. He likes reading the newspaper 6. Jane has gym classes 7. The train leaves 8. The train leaves 9. I started to work here 10. Where were you

COMPLETAR CON: IN THE MORNING – IN THE AFTERNOON – AT NIGHT – THEN – LATER – FINALLY – FIRST – AFTER THAT – BEFORE THAT ______________ I get up at 6 o`clock _____________. I go to the bathroom and I brush my teeth. __________ I drink tea and eat some biscuits for breakfast. _________ I go to the school at 7 o`clock. _____________ I clean my face. ___________ I walk to home and have lunch at 12.30. _______________ I go to the club and practice football ____________ I go home and do my homework. __________ I have dinner at 21.30 , then I play computer´s game and _____________ go to the bed at 23.30.