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The negative…………………………………………………………………………………………… There is - There are………………………………………………………………............................ Negation of the indefinite article……………………………………………………………………... Questions without interrogative words……………………………………………………………… Questions in the past…………………………………………………………………………………. Tags - Short answers………………………………………………………………………………… Exclamation with 'what a'.……………………………………………………………………………. The same . . . as………...………………………………………………………………………………. Irregular comparatives…………………………………………………………………………………. Regular superlatives....………………………………………………………………………………. Direct and indirect questions..……………………………………………………………………….. The plural……………………..……………………………………………………………………………. Piece of……………..…………………………………………………………………………………….. Definite and indefinite articles……………………………………………………………………….. Difference between 'a' and 'an'……………………………………………………………………… The possessive……….………………………………………………………………………………... Possessive adjectives……………………………………………………………………………….. Demonstratives…………………………………………………………………………………………. A little - A bit……………………………………………………………………………………………………... Different meanings of 'all'…………………………………………………………………………….. Some – Any………………………………………………………………………………………………… Subject pronouns………..……………………………………………………………………………… Object pronouns………………………………………………………………………………………….. 'One' replacing a noun………………………………………………………………………………….. Interrogative words……………………………………………………………………………………. Which – What…………………………..…………………………………………………………………… Use of 'both'…………………………….…………………………………………………………………… How much - How many..……………………………………………………………………………… Basic notions…………………………………………………………………………………………….. Placing the adjective………………………….……………………………………………………………. Use of 'both'…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Use of the past participle as an adjective………………………………………………………….. Order of adjectives..………………………………………………………………………………….. The verb 'to have (got)'………………………………………………………………………………. Transitive and intransitive verbs…….……………………………………………………………….. The verb 'to be'………………………………………………………………………………………… Contraction of 'to be'………..………………………………………………………………………….. The simple present..………………………………………………………………………………….. The present continuous..…………………………………………………………………………….. The affirmative imperative………………..……………………………………………………………… Expressions followed by the gerund..………………………………………………………………. The simple present and the present continuous.………………………………………………….. Construction of the present perfect…………………………………………………………………. Use of the present perfect……………..……………………………………………………………….. Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg Pg 1 / 223 5 / 223 8 / 223 10 / 223 18 / 223 23 / 223 27 / 223 30 / 223 32 / 223 34 / 223 36 / 223 41 / 223 48 / 223 51 / 223 56 / 223 62 / 223 64 / 223 67 / 223 70 / 223 73 / 223 77 / 223 80 / 223 85 / 223 88 / 223 91 / 223 99 / 223 102 / 223 105 / 223 109 / 223 113 / 223 116 / 223 119 / 223 121 / 223 123 / 223 137 / 223 143 / 223 149 / 223 153 / 223 156 / 223 162 / 223 165 / 223 167 / 223 171 / 223 173 / 223

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Would like: expressing a desire..……………………………………………………………………. Can: ability and likelihood..………………………………………………………………………….. Can: perception and knowledge….…………………………………………………………………. Can - Could - Be able to.…………………………………………………………………………….. Must - Have (got) to……………….……………………………………………………………………… To write………………………..…………………………………………………………………………….. Prepositions of time..…………………………………………………………………………………. Prepositions of place………………………………………………………………………………….. Means with 'by'………………………………………………………………………………………………... Here – There……………………………………………………………………………………………… Adverbs of time………..………………………………………………………………………………… Use of 'else'……………….………………………………………………………………………………. Also - As well – Too……………………………………………………………………………………….. Nothing ever………………………………………………………………………………………………… Ever – Never……………………………..………………………………………………………………….. Till – Until……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante

Principiante

Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1
The negative La negación

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Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 He don't doesn't not like going to the theatre.A. do done does 2 He is don't not note playing golf. All rights reserved Página 2/223 . isn't night doesn't © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

. All rights reserved Página 3/223 . have a stapler. but don't glue comb stapler © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 I need a A stapler? Use the I I need a No.A. . Do you have one? I have a brush.

They have got a TV. He's got a watch. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. They have a radio.A. Ejemplo: I have a football. I don't have a football. Ejemplo: I have a football.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. She is perfect. 3 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. 2 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. I do my work. They've got wine. I don't have a football. I don't have a football. She has got an ice cream. Ejemplo: I have a football. We have a room. You are very lucky. All rights reserved Página 4/223 .

There are "There is" . All rights reserved Página 5/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 There is .A."There are" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. Ejemplo: there are beds there are keys there are showers there are baths there are houses there are bed and breakfasts there are restaurants there is a bed Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 There are an excellent restaurant in the square. (There is / There are) a bathroom downstairs. (There is / There are) many lakes near the town. Is there Are there There is Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Ejemplo: (There is / There are) a good restaurant in London. (There is / There are) two fish and chip shops in the square.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Bed & Breakfast Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en singular los siguientes grupos de palabras. There is a good restaurant in London. All rights reserved Página 6/223 .

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 there near are lakes many here. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 7/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Negation of the indefinite article La negación del artículo indeterminado © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 8/223 .

He's got a watch. She has got an ice cream. I don't have a football. They have got a TV.A. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Ejemplo: I have a football. I do my work. I don't have a football. I don't have a football. We have a room. They've got wine. She is perfect. You are very lucky. 2 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. They have a radio.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: I have a football. Ejemplo: I have a football. All rights reserved Página 9/223 . 3 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Questions without interrogative words La interrogación sin pronombre © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 10/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Do Have you have children? Plays Is 2 His he joking? Is Are Will Am © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 11/223 .A.

you understand me? you think she can count to ten? They can't Can I He can together any more. and hedgehogs. do get live can play hear 3 What's your My favourite animal is the I animal? . favourite giraffe like dolphins do © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Completar las frases [4 ejercicios] 1 you tired? you have any apples? she travel often? does she go? you sing? did you go there? where when are can does do 2 She can what you're saying. All rights reserved Página 12/223 .A. please? tennis. snakes and pigs. up. you like spiders? I have three: horses.

A. All rights reserved Página 13/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 you seen a caterpillar? this your garden? must the dog bring back? must the dog bring the stick back to? you going on safari? animal is loved by all children? are is who which what have © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Your family Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Can I have a double room? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. They have breakfast in bed.A. Her family is large. You are tired. Ejemplo: I have a double room. They are hungry. She is thirsty. We eat dinner in the dining room. All rights reserved Página 14/223 . I have a room with a bath. His sisters are pretty. Is he ill? 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: He is ill. Are your parents old? 3 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: Your parents are old. Our dad is tall.

All rights reserved Página 15/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Orden de palabras [21 ejercicios] 1 you Are grandfather a ? 2 do you hair long have ? 3 are wearing socks you ? 4 a Are beautiful you woman ? 5 children do you have ? 6 big family you a do have ? 7 what saying you do I'm to understand you? 8 only day know Is the that you ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 9 English you know do alphabet the ? 10 quarter past a it seven is ? 11 Do home have a at you pet ? 12 the Is good weather ? 13 a you do ruler have ? 14 dog have a you Do ? 15 have home you at cat Do a ? 16 direction this the is right ? 17 room a can you reserve ? 18 breakfast have can bed I in ? 19 can hear the you crackling noise ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 16/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 20 working are ! you hello ? 21 are learning this you with anything ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 17/223 .A.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Questions in the past La interrogación en el pasado © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 18/223 .

A. All rights reserved Página 19/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 you seen a caterpillar? this your garden? must the dog bring back? must the dog bring the stick back to? you going on safari? animal is loved by all children? have which who is what are © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A."There are" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 There is .There are "There is" . All rights reserved Página 20/223 .

All rights reserved Página 21/223 . (There is / There are) a bathroom downstairs. There are Is there There is Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo.A. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. (There is / There are) two fish and chip shops in the square. Ejemplo: (There is / There are) a good restaurant in London. Ejemplo: there are beds there are keys there are showers there are baths there are houses there are bed and breakfasts there are restaurants there is a bed Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 Are there an excellent restaurant in the square. (There is / There are) many lakes near the town.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Bed & Breakfast Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en singular los siguientes grupos de palabras. There is a good restaurant in London.

© Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 lakes there near are many here. All rights reserved Página 22/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Tags . All rights reserved Página 23/223 .respuestas cortas © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Short answers Las "tags" .A.

All rights reserved Página 24/223 . Yes. she have does is are be . 2 Alison is very beautiful. he is do doesn't be have does .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Does he like to play football? Yes.A. has © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Ejemplo: Do you have a football? Does he want this apple? Does she go to the cinema often? Does he expect a lot of people? Yes. 2 Responda como en el ejemplo. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. 3 Responda como en el ejemplo. I do.A. All rights reserved Página 25/223 . Ejemplo: Do you have a football? Does she know that phone number? Do they have a computer? Is that your apple? Yes. Ejemplo: Do you have a football? Have you got a key? Is this the best subject? Are you flattering me? Yes. I do. I do.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Everyday actions Ejercicio de gramática [6 ejercicios] 1 Responda como en el ejemplo.

I'm not. We want to go play golf.A. You are going out tonight. Ejemplo: You are stupid. They are happy. I'm not. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. 5 Responda como en el ejemplo. All rights reserved Página 26/223 . You don't like her. 6 Responda como en el ejemplo. No. He loves you. She is fat. He's taking her out. He is boring. Ejemplo: You are stupid. Ejemplo: You are stupid. I'm not. No.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 Responda como en el ejemplo. We look alike. No.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Exclamation with 'what a' La exclamación con "what a" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 27/223 .A.

All rights reserved Página 28/223 . Ejemplo: What a nice car! What an easy game! What a talented teenager! What a sweet drink! What nice cars! © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Ejemplo: What a nice car! What a clever dolphin! What a full garage! What an old professor! What nice cars! 3 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Adjectives Ejercicio de gramática [6 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: What a nice car! What a hothouse! What a small cat! What an empty room! What nice cars! 2 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases.A.

Ejemplo: What poor animals! What little frogs! What great books! What blue teapots! What a poor animal! © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: What poor animals! What unintelligent teachers! What stupid questions! What brilliant uncles! What a poor animal! 5 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases.A. Ejemplo: What poor animals! What young girls! What yellow shoes! What impossible jobs! What a poor animal! 6 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. All rights reserved Página 29/223 .

as "The same . . . . All rights reserved Página 30/223 . .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The same .A. as" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. broken down faster happy different Orden de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 as the I'm same age not you! 2 the as I'm you age same ! © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Adjectives Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 It's identical the same as my car. All rights reserved Página 31/223 .

All rights reserved Página 32/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Irregular comparatives Los comparativos irregulares © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 I an effort make write better must to English! © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 33/223 .A.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Regular superlatives Los superlativos regulares © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 34/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Adjectives Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Do you work I'm the Is your coffee cup Yes.A. All rights reserved Página 35/223 . of course it's Is the weather ? ! ? ! ? full fastest fast good true © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Direct and indirect questions Las interrogativas directas e indirectas © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 36/223 .A.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Have Is you have children? Do Plays 2 His he joking? Am Are Is Will © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 37/223 .

and hedgehogs.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Completar las frases [4 ejercicios] 1 you tired? you have any apples? she travel often? does she go? you sing? did you go there? can when does where do are 2 She can what you're saying. do can hear play get live 3 What's your My favourite animal is the I animal? .A. All rights reserved Página 38/223 . please? tennis. you like spiders? I have three: horses. you understand me? you think she can count to ten? They can't Can I He can together any more. favourite giraffe like do dolphins © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. up. snakes and pigs.

All rights reserved Página 39/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 you seen a caterpillar? this your garden? must the dog bring back? must the dog bring the stick back to? you going on safari? animal is loved by all children? are who have is what which © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

All rights reserved Página 40/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 are you how old ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 41/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The plural El plural © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Ejemplo: the big bedroom the white boot the old aunt the winter creature the blue bow tie the tired boy the identical twin the big bedrooms © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Adjectives Casillas de palabras [5 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en plural los siguientes grupos de palabras. All rights reserved Página 42/223 . Ejemplo: the big bedroom the brilliant colour the black pen the yellow skirt the small kitten the large shoe the single girl the big bedrooms 2 Ponga en plural los siguientes grupos de palabras.

Ejemplo: parent sister brother friend man woman family parents © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 43/223 .A. Ejemplo: a carrot a teacher a tomato an animal an elephant a house a strawberry carrots 5 Ponga en plural los siguientes grupos de palabras.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Ponga en plural los siguientes grupos de palabras. Ejemplo: a carrot a butterfly an object a chicken a brush a rabbit a wasp carrots 4 Ponga en plural los siguientes grupos de palabras.

are Martin and Steve. is David.A. Diana and Helen are his sisters name names sister © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Little children Child's Cards 2 Are they your friends mum dad ? brother Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Kate is your Our My .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Your family Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Family Insect like to play games. . All rights reserved Página 44/223 .

A. Ejemplo: What a nice car! What a hothouse! What a small cat! What an empty room! What nice cars! 2 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. All rights reserved Página 45/223 . Ejemplo: What a nice car! What a clever dolphin! What a full garage! What an old professor! What nice cars! 3 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Adjectives Ejercicio de gramática [7 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: What a nice car! What an easy game! What a talented teenager! What a sweet drink! What nice cars! © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

© Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Ejemplo: What poor animals! What unintelligent teachers! What stupid questions! What brilliant uncles! What a poor animal! 5 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. Your house is in Spain.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. My flats are in France. Ejemplo: What poor animals! What young girls! What yellow shoes! What impossible jobs! What a poor animal! 6 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. The photo is from Germany. All rights reserved Página 46/223 .A. My pen pal is from Italy. Ejemplo: My flat is in France. Ejemplo: What poor animals! What little frogs! What great books! What blue teapots! What a poor animal! 7 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Your family Orden de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 their and are Mandy names Kat.A. All rights reserved Página 47/223 . 2 I have of a lot brothers © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 48/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Piece of "Piece of" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Ejemplo: the beef the car the bread the address the information the motorway the bag a piece of beef © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 49/223 . Ejemplo: the beef the apricot the paracetamol the paper the pavement the sock the advice a piece of beef 2 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Casillas de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.

night map piece tube worry paper direction towns © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. When you're lost. it's on this Don't I don't like big You had better take the Is it that far? Too far to walk. anyway. I have one.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Is this it? Yes. use a map! I have a bad sense of . of . Do you have a Yes. All rights reserved Página 50/223 .A. ? ! at ! . you know.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Definite and indefinite articles El artículo determinado e indeterminado © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 51/223 .

A. Ejemplo: the boy the dog the man the ghost the eye the uncle the apartment a boy © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 52/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Casillas de palabras [6 ejercicios] 1 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible. Ejemplo: the boy the shirt the evening the woman the jumper the ambulance the office a boy 2 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.

Ejemplo: the tomato the garage the good newspaper the black knife the only child the small carrot the comfortable sofa bed a tomato 5 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: the tomato the office the wardrobe the armchair the lounge the kitchen the egg timer a tomato 4 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: the beef the apricot the paracetamol the paper the pavement the sock the advice a piece of beef © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 53/223 .A.

All rights reserved Página 54/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 6 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible. Ejemplo: the beef the car the bread the address the information the motorway the bag a piece of beef © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

/ the) London. All rights reserved Página 55/223 . Is (a / the) teacher English? January is (a / the) winter month./ the) July. It's a lovely photo./ a) brother./ a) Scottish. Her birthday is in ( . Ejemplo: It's (a / the) lovely photo. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Saying hello Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 I have got the also brother. a Ejercicio de gramática [2 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. Miriam is from ( . I am Scottish. 2 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. Jacques is (a / the) French name.A. She has got ( . Ejemplo: I am ( .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Difference between 'a' and 'an' La diferencia entre "a" y "an" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 56/223 .

All rights reserved Página 57/223 . Ejemplo: the boy the dog the man the ghost the eye the uncle the apartment a boy © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. Ejemplo: the boy the shirt the evening the woman the jumper the ambulance the office a boy 2 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Casillas de palabras [7 ejercicios] 1 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.

Ejemplo: the beef the apricot the paracetamol the paper the pavement the sock the advice a piece of beef © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Ejemplo: the tomato the office the wardrobe the armchair the lounge the kitchen the egg timer a tomato 4 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: the tomato the garage the good newspaper the black knife the only child the small carrot the comfortable sofa bed a tomato 5 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. All rights reserved Página 58/223 .

Ejemplo: (a / an) English lesson (a / an) American city (a / an) Spanish man (a / an) French student (a / an) Italian name (a / an) Indian meal (a / an) German town an English lesson © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Ejemplo: the beef the car the bread the address the information the motorway the bag a piece of beef 7 Escriba el artículo indeterminado adecuado delante de las siguientes palabras. All rights reserved Página 59/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 6 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.A.

All rights reserved Página 60/223 . left. Is there (a / an) Indian restaurant? Thank you.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Bed & Breakfast Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Catherine would like She eats good meal. I have got (a / an) question. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. Have (a / an) nice evening! John would like a room. The dining room is downstairs on the a an Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. excellent meal in the dining room. Ejemplo: John would like (a / an) room.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Orden de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 my is aunt an not insect 2 to not my an married is uncle ant © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 61/223 .

All rights reserved Página 62/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The possessive El genitivo sajón © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 grandfather is My his daughter's with husband.A. All rights reserved Página 63/223 . © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. All rights reserved Página 64/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Possessive adjectives Los adjetivos posesivos © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Your family Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: he I you she it we they his Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Your friends are at the cinema. Me Mine Its He You 2 They There house is beautiful. They're Their © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 65/223 .A.

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Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1
Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: (He) mum is clever. The friendly man is (I) dad. (You) friend is funny. (They) parents are nice.

His mum is clever.

Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1
your look parents friendly

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Principiante

Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1
Demonstratives Los demostrativos

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A city tour

Casillas de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1
Ponga en plural los siguientes grupos de palabras. Ejemplo: this pub this cathedral that park this street that bakery this church that station

these pubs

2

Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: the market place (there) the street (here) the streets (there) the building (there) the buildings (here) the park (there) the parks (there)

that market place

Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1
This is a lovely city! Those These

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Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1
What are Is What is people there drinking? churches here are very old. the museum there? building here?

this these those that

Ejercicio de gramática [2 ejercicios] 1
Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: That bank is open. This museum is closed. That cinema is big. This bakery sells bread.

Those banks are open.

2

Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: The beer (here) is good. The bank (there) is new. The buildings (here) are old. The people (there) are drinking tea.

This beer is good.

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Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 A little .A bit "A little" .A."A bit" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 70/223 .

they are a three grandsons. I'm 21. All rights reserved Página 71/223 . bit young have never big © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. yes.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 I But I I'm Do you have Well. feet? big. see them. .A.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Descriptions Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 I'm a bit just plump © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 72/223 .

All rights reserved Página 73/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Different meanings of 'all' Los significados de "all" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

A. All rights reserved Página 74/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. . That's I also know I know half of it. that's when I play tennis.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Do you know all the days of the I know Monday. ? week Thursday Tuesday all only © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. the days of the week! . All rights reserved Página 75/223 . Wednesday.

A. All rights reserved Página 76/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Orden de palabras [4 ejercicios] 1 know of the all days I the week 2 days don't the of I all the know week 3 all the that streets look it's true the same! 4 streets the look all same the ! © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Some ."Any" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 77/223 .Any "Some" .A.

Ejemplo: the beef the car the bread the address the information the motorway the bag a piece of beef © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 78/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Sustituya el artículo determinado por el artículo indeterminado cuando sea posible.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 She's with our Are you a I have many Do you have I like ? and uncles.A. cousins? very much. All rights reserved Página 79/223 . son any them aunts grandfather © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. and daughter.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Subject pronouns Los pronombres personales sujeto © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 80/223 .A.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Saying hello Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: (I / you) are (she / we) is (I / they) am (it / they) is (he / we) are (she / they) are (you / it) are you are Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Does we you have big feet and large hands? him they I he 2 We It are married.A. All rights reserved Página 81/223 . you he I she © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. I Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Have Has is my brother. got a sister? got a job? am a postman.

We are tall. He is beautiful. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. He is short. Ejemplo: I am tall. 2 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. He is stupid. All rights reserved Página 82/223 . She is fair. 3 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: I am tall. Ejemplo: I am tall. We are tall. I am old. She is young. You are nice.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Ejercicio de gramática [7 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. I am smart. We are tall. You are slim.

(You / She) has got a job. They are tired. You are barefoot. We are plump. (I / You) are a student. 5 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. (I / We) are British. Ejemplo: We are dark. Ejemplo: We are dark. 7 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. They are stupid. Ejemplo: (You / He) is single.A. He is single. I am dark. We are warm. You are well. Ejemplo: We are dark. I am dark.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. 6 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. I am dark. You are married. All rights reserved Página 83/223 . They are all right. We are large.

A. All rights reserved Página 84/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Saying hello Orden de palabras [3 ejercicios] 1 a I have got sister 2 a you are policeman 3 she has got a job © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Object pronouns Los pronombres personales complemento © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 85/223 .

aunts them grandfather son any © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 86/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 She's with our Are you a I have many Do you have I like ? and uncles. and daughter. cousins? very much.

He looks like my child. All rights reserved Página 87/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Sustituya el (los) complemento(s) por el (los) pronombre(s) correspondiente(s). © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. We know the place. I usually listen to them. 3 Sustituya el (los) complemento(s) por el (los) pronombre(s) correspondiente(s). I have to play tennis with my friend. I usually listen to them. Ejemplo: I usually listen to my friends. Ejemplo: I usually listen to my friends.A. I often look at the baby. 2 Sustituya el (los) complemento(s) por el (los) pronombre(s) correspondiente(s). The girl listens to her brother. You always lose your envelope. He tells my friend and me the way. Ejemplo: I usually listen to my friends. I usually listen to them. The ghost watches the little boy. I love the summer.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 'One' replacing a noun "One" en lugar del sustantivo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 88/223 .A.

I'm not the only It's to find one's way. ! your day. find my way anyway.A. I'm a bit lost. through London! hard find never first way one © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 89/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 I hope you It's my I That's normal! I know.

I see an animal. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. He takes a pencil. He sometimes wants an ice cream. 3 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. He needs a sheet of paper. Ejemplo: I have a dog. I know an English person. Ejemplo: I have a dog. All rights reserved Página 90/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. They've got a snake. 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. I have one. I have one. They want a coffee.A. She's eating a strawberry. I need a kettle. I have one. Ejemplo: I have a dog.

A. All rights reserved Página 91/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Interrogative words Los interrogativos © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

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A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Palabra correcta [5 ejercicios] 1 Who Why do you come from? When Where What 2 When Went do you go to bed? How How many Whose 3 What Watt When is your favourite room in the house? Why Hedgehogs 4 When Who does the journey take by tube? How many How What How long 5 When does the bank close? Where What Completar las frases [10 ejercicios] 1 you tired? you have any apples? she travel often? does she go? you sing? did you go there? where does do are when can © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 93/223 .

a ruler? one. ? time hour hours what lunch o'clock 4 A Where is Next to a This is a is this? of paper. ! butterfly.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 2 I have to go to the time is it? My watch has Look at the Mine is . . . . shoulder butterfly where yellow © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. I have a where under have small 6 Look at the Oh yes! A nice is it? On your . Yes.A. clock stopped working what theatre 3 Do you have Is the train at nine time is it? Don't take I stop work in an Is it time to have to take me to school? ? looking at cars! . sharpener. All rights reserved Página 94/223 . ? . sheet what book it pencil 5 Do you are the scissors? the shelf.

is Tower Bridge so famous? could invite you to tea at Buckingham Palace? is the Horse Guards' parade? can you get about London quickly and cheaply? why how which who when what 10 is behind the tourist information centre? does the bank open? is the post office? old is the museum? when how where what © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 95/223 .A. am I? You're in London! But where in London? Bond Street. asks you what's wrong. Which street are you looking It's written .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 7 you seen a caterpillar? this your garden? must the dog bring back? must the dog bring the stick back to? you going on safari? animal is loved by all children? who what have is which are 8 You have arrived in London. you have problems! ? someone but where here near for 9 bus do I take? is practical in London is the tube.

All rights reserved Página 96/223 .A. Ejemplo: The cathedral is 800 years old. (When) This shop sells clothes.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A city tour Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. (What) How old is the cathedral? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. (How old) The post office is in the city centre. (Where) The bakery opens at 7 o'clock.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Orden de palabras [9 ejercicios] 1 your are eyes what colour ? 2 today you how are ? 3 you are how old ? 4 which favourite is the your season of year? 5 the scissors are where ? 6 are you for looking street which ? 7 is long bus by how it ? 8 how this is old station? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 97/223 .

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 9 moment the are what at doing you ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 98/223 .

What "Which" . All rights reserved Página 99/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Which .A."What" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. All rights reserved Página 100/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Adjectives Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 Hedgehogs Why is your favourite room in the house? Watt When What © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 101/223 .A. is Tower Bridge so famous? could invite you to tea at Buckingham Palace? is the Horse Guards' parade? can you get about London quickly and cheaply? which how when what why who Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 are which looking you street for ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Completar las frases [2 ejercicios] 1 you seen a caterpillar? this your garden? must the dog bring back? must the dog bring the stick back to? you going on safari? animal is loved by all children? who are which have what is 2 bus do I take? is practical in London is the tube.

All rights reserved Página 102/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Use of 'both' Empleo de "both" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

My aunt is as boring as my teacher. My father is as serious as my boss. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Both my father and my brother are tall. you know! or are you listening? . Ejemplo: My brother is as tall as my father. My friend is as beautiful as my sister.A. All rights reserved Página 103/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Are you I'm doing Are you It's worth ? . writing trying kidding both Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo.

The teacher is as young as the student. Both my brother and my father are tall. The garage was as full as the house. The apple was as fresh as the orange. My bedroom is as messy as my bathroom. Both my brother and my father are tall. Ejemplo: My brother is as tall as my father.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 2 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: My brother is as tall as my father. 3 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. The dinner was as much fun as the cocktail party. All rights reserved Página 104/223 .A. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. The cup is as red as the kettle.

"How many" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 How much .How many "How much" . All rights reserved Página 105/223 .

Ejemplo: how (much / many) hot dogs how (much / many) bread how (much / many) roast beef how (much / many) hamburgers how (much / many) tea how (much / many) pints of beer how (much / many) porridge how many hot dogs Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 How many tea would you like? How much How How old © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 106/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A city tour Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo.

twelve. you count? . five.A. people are with you? are with me. . seven. four. Eleven. All rights reserved Página 107/223 . six. One. fourteen. three can many fifteen people © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. thirteen. two.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 How Three By the way.

All rights reserved Página 108/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A city tour Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: How (much / many) does a stamp cost? How (much / many) people live here? How (much / many) stamps do you have? How (much / many) milk would you like? How much does a stamp cost? Orden de palabras [3 ejercicios] 1 plus five twenty-two is much how ? 2 is much how a lemonade? 3 in live how people many England? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Basic notions Aspectos generales © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 109/223 .

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A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 He has lives in no name. All rights reserved Página 112/223 . He's a computer! do talks © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 113/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Placing the adjective La posición del adjetivo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Descriptions Casillas de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en el orden adecuado los siguientes grupos de palabras. Ejemplo: (small) the house (brown) the sock (fresh) the paint (silly) a boy (old) a man (large) a garden (dark) a living room the small house © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 114/223 .A. Ejemplo: (small) the house (short) the girl (blond) the hair (blue) the eyes (long) the skirt (green) the caterpillar (warm) the summer the small house 2 Ponga en el orden adecuado los siguientes grupos de palabras.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 But what's your Are you a I Do you How in Sweden.A. a house? are you? ? woman? beautiful old live have name © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 115/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Use of 'both' Empleo de "both" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 116/223 .

© Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Are you I'm doing Are you It's worth ? . My father is as serious as my boss. My friend is as beautiful as my sister. All rights reserved Página 117/223 .A. Both my father and my brother are tall. Ejemplo: My brother is as tall as my father. My aunt is as boring as my teacher. you know! or are you listening? . both writing trying kidding Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo.

Ejemplo: My brother is as tall as my father. The dinner was as much fun as the cocktail party. Both my brother and my father are tall.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 2 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. The apple was as fresh as the orange. Both my brother and my father are tall. Ejemplo: My brother is as tall as my father. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. The garage was as full as the house. The cup is as red as the kettle. 3 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. My bedroom is as messy as my bathroom. The teacher is as young as the student. All rights reserved Página 118/223 .

All rights reserved Página 119/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Use of the past participle as an adjective El participio pasado: adjetivo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Completar las frases [3 ejercicios] 1 Are you It's none of your Do you I know lots of I have a . roundabout first opposite complicated tourist where away © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. you turn. traffic light? office a hundred yards . All rights reserved Página 120/223 . and a boy. ? ! anybody nice? married business girl know people 2 Do you know the difference An My My uncle is not Of not! is an insect. is not an insect! to an ant! an ant and an aunt? aunt between course ant married 3 Do you see the That's And there's a Before the This is really ? the post office? .A.

A. All rights reserved Página 121/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Order of adjectives El orden de los adjetivos © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 122/223 . Ejemplo: (small) the house (short) the girl (blond) the hair (blue) the eyes (long) the skirt (green) the caterpillar (warm) the summer the small house 2 Ponga en el orden adecuado los siguientes grupos de palabras. Ejemplo: (small) the house (brown) the sock (fresh) the paint (silly) a boy (old) a man (large) a garden (dark) a living room the small house © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Descriptions Casillas de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en el orden adecuado los siguientes grupos de palabras.A.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The verb 'to have (got)' El verbo "to have (got)" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 123/223 .

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Ejemplo: I (to have) he (to have) she (to have) we (to have) you (to have) they (to have) it (to have) I have 2 Conjugue como en el ejemplo.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Casillas de palabras [3 ejercicios] 1 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I (to have got) he (to have got) they (to have got) it (to have got) you (to have got) she (to have got) we (to have got) I have got © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 125/223 .A.

All rights reserved Página 126/223 .A. Ejemplo: he (to have) I (to have) you (to have) it (to have) she (to have) got we (to have) got they (to have) got he has © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Conjugue como en el ejemplo.

He's a computer! lives in © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 He talks has do no name. All rights reserved Página 127/223 .A.

feet? big.A. All rights reserved Página 128/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Completar las frases [2 ejercicios] 1 I But I I'm Do you have Well. my glasses! until a quarter to eight. yes. I haven't I'll I always I don't know how to It's also hard not to at seven. the 'G' and the 'J'! get up mix up stay say got © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. I'm 21. they are a three grandsons. see them. it in English. . young have big never bit 2 I can't see.

Ejemplo: I have a football. They have a radio. They've got wine. She is perfect. I don't have a football. He's got a watch.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Ejercicio de gramática [4 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. They have got a TV. She has got an ice cream. I don't have a football.A. Ejemplo: I have a football. I do my work. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 129/223 . You are very lucky. 3 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. We have a room. 2 Ponga en forma negativa las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: I have a football. I don't have a football.

She's eating a strawberry. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 130/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. I have one. They've got a snake. Ejemplo: I have a dog. They want a coffee.

climate ! 3 do have you children ? 4 family a do big you have ? 5 I big have a very garden 6 I have don't big exactly feet 7 I my got haven't glasses 8 you home a have Do at pet ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Orden de palabras [12 ejercicios] 1 you do hair long have ? 2 it a warm has nice. All rights reserved Página 131/223 .A.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 9 have do ruler you a ? 10 have a Do dog you ? 11 have you cat home a at Do ? 12 bad have of a sense I direction © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 132/223 .

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A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 He has talks do no name. He's a computer! lives in © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 136/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Transitive and intransitive verbs Verbos transitivos e intransitivos © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 137/223 .A.

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season? spring and summer. Gives Gave Given 2 You yawn smile when you are happy. like love hard spell favourite 2 I'm I'm What's that It's someone to you.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 Give me your address. All rights reserved Página 139/223 . a love letter. noise writing sneezing listening 3 Are you learning Of Why are you I'm having a good At least you're not I am! ? with this? ! ! smiling laugh course anything yawning © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. concentrate meet laughing Completar las frases [4 ejercicios] 1 Can you 'R' is It's Which is your I Thursday? to pronounce.A. the sound babies make. ? .

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Hey! What's Someone's I'm Don't! It's your coming? ! the door.

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happening coming shutting boss who's

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Everyday actions

Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1
Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: Dave's writing (his sister). Emma's writing (a letter). Frankie's writing (his dad). Catherine's writing (a parking ticket).

Dave's writing to his sister.

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Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: Dave's writing (his sister). Richard's writing (a report). Gillian's writing (her uncle). Claire's writing (a computer program).

Dave's writing to his sister.

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Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: Dave's writing (his sister). Jane's writing (the company). Ken's writing (the chairman). Wendy's writing (her cousin).

Dave's writing to his sister.

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Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1
food I about am fast report a writing restaurants

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Principiante

Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1
The verb 'to be' El verbo "to be"

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how fine is thank you do you today? are © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. Ejemplo: I (to be) he (to be) it (to be) we (to be) you (to be) they (to be) she (to be) I am 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. All rights reserved Página 144/223 . Ejemplo: I am you are he is she is it is we are they are I'm Palabra correcta [5 ejercicios] 1 So.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Casillas de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 Conjugue como en el ejemplo.

All rights reserved Página 145/223 . Yes. is © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. she has does be are have .A. Who are is they he you? we am 4 How are is you? am 5 Alison is very beautiful.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 2 He am your not a monster! is are isn't 3 She's Lisa.

how I Her name is are am you? Wendy.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Saying hello Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Hello. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 146/223 . thanks.A. fine.

I am old. Ejemplo: I am tall. She is young. He is beautiful. You are slim. I am smart. He is short. He is stupid. We are tall. 2 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. Ejemplo: I am tall. Ejemplo: I am tall.A. You are nice. She is fair. We are tall. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 147/223 . 3 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases. We are tall.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Ejercicio de gramática [7 ejercicios] 1 Ponga en plural las siguientes frases.

We are large. Ejemplo: We are dark. 6 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. It (to be) a beautiful city. 7 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. You (to be) from Edinburgh. I am dark. Ejemplo: I (to be) Mike. They (to be) lovely places. You are barefoot. I am Mike. They are stupid. You are well. 5 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. They are tired. We are plump. Ejemplo: We are dark. We are warm.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 Ponga en singular las siguientes frases. All rights reserved Página 148/223 .A. Ejemplo: We are dark. I am dark. I am dark. You are married. They are all right. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Contraction of 'to be' La contracción de "to be" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 149/223 .

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Casillas de palabras [3 ejercicios] 1 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. All rights reserved Página 150/223 . Ejemplo: I (to be) he (to be) it (to be) we (to be) you (to be) they (to be) she (to be) I am 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I am you are he is she is it is we are they are I'm © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. ! you today? . how I'm you live? Switzerland. It's a nice and warm are in fine country do © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. how is do thank you are you today? fine 2 He are isn't not a monster! am your is 3 She's Lisa. thank you. has Completar las frases [3 ejercicios] 1 Where I live So. Ejemplo: he is I am you are she is it is we are they are he's Palabra correcta [5 ejercicios] 1 So.A. You She 5 Alison is very beautiful. Yes. Who are is we am you? they he 4 They He 's my mum. All rights reserved Página 151/223 . she is be does are have .

my Italian pen pal. very young.A. m s re Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 a grandfather you Are ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 152/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 2 you tired? you have any apples? she travel often? does she go? you sing? did you go there? can when does are where do 3 They' She' I' very beautiful.

All rights reserved Página 153/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The simple present El "simple present" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

All rights reserved Página 154/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Casillas de palabras [3 ejercicios] 1 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I (to do) you (to ask) he (to answer) they (to see) we (to hope) she (to think) it (to use) I do 2 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I (to do) it (to mean) he (to live) they (to understand) I (to look) we (to know) she (to want) I do © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

Ejemplo: I (to have got) he (to have got) they (to have got) it (to have got) you (to have got) she (to have got) we (to have got) I have got Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 She have has in a big house with a garden.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. wants lives live had © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 155/223 .

A. All rights reserved Página 156/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The present continuous El "present continuous" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Everyday actions Casillas de palabras [3 ejercicios] 1 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. All rights reserved Página 157/223 . Ejemplo: they (to go) you (to arrive) I (to stay) we (to return) it (to leave) he (to buy) she (to get on) they're going 2 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: to do (she) to go (he) to cry (I) to improve (they) to joke (you) to laugh (we) to have dinner (I) she is doing © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

sending letters improving © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. are making be making make be made 6 They be writing be written postcards to their friends.A. leaving staying 5 I am making a cake. been writing are writing writing am writing 7 I'm enjoying saying phone numbers because I often lose my address book. Ejemplo: to do (she) to listen (she) to sleep (I) to shout (they) to start (it) to think (we) to talk (you) she is doing Palabra correcta [8 ejercicios] 1 I isn't are working in the bedroom. listening returning memorizing 8 I'm cutting telling feeling my friends about Tell me More.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 3 Conjugue como en el ejemplo. All rights reserved Página 158/223 . am is aren't have 2 His he joking? Will Are Is Am 3 We have do arriving at quarter to 10. is are 4 They are buying arriving in a youth hostel.

All rights reserved Página 159/223 . ? .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Completar las frases [8 ejercicios] 1 What are you Do you What colour Do you What kind of shoes are you are understand doing wearing have right now? what I'm saying? your eyes? long hair? ? 2 She They I leaving. a love letter. staying in a youth hostel. noise sneezing writing listening 4 Are you I'm doing Are you It's worth or are you listening? . ? . arriving.A. am are is 3 I'm I'm What's that It's someone to you. you know! writing trying both kidding © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

! ? least believe making like writing boring 8 Are you It's time for the A normal Just .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 5 Are you learning Of Why are you I'm having a good At least you're not I am! ? with this? ! ! laugh course smiling anything yawning 6 Hey! What's Someone's I'm Don't! It's your coming? ! the door. coming who's boss happening shutting 7 Could you please go back to your I'm At You don't I'd a big effort. ? . All rights reserved Página 160/223 . meeting! company discussing meeting leaving © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. ? . you know! this isn't me? to believe you.

A. We return to the Tube station. It arrives at the bus stop. Ejemplo: You go to Big Ben. I stay in Piccadilly. You are going to Big Ben. Ejemplo: He gets on at Tower Bridge.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A bus trip Ejercicio de gramática [2 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. He's getting on at Tower Bridge. Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 am I going to Big Ben © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. She gets off near Big Ben. 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. They buy single tickets. All rights reserved Página 161/223 . You leave Wales.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The affirmative imperative El imperativo afirmativo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 162/223 .A.

All rights reserved Página 163/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Casillas de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: to go back to visit the tourist office to look for her to see to walk to buy a bicycle to organise dinner let's go back © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. Ejemplo: to help me to look at her to follow him to pay attention to stop that to be careful to get off help me 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Palabra correcta [4 ejercicios] 1 Answer Answers my question! Answering Answered 2 Given me your address. All rights reserved Página 164/223 . Gave Give Gives 3 Let's Letters go and visit the Tower of London! Let Light Lettuce 4 Forget Straight ahead your English! Improve Have spoken © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

All rights reserved Página 165/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Expressions followed by the gerund Expresiones seguidas de gerundio © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

. wash for shouting to learning can 2 It's time It's time It's no use It's no good It's time to It's not worth sleep. there are no waves. having a nap. type that report for you. there's no one here. his hands because the water's too hot. All rights reserved Página 166/223 . over it. sleep. go to work. a love letter.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante At the office Completar las frases [2 ejercicios] 1 It's worth It's no use I He can't It's time It's time a foreign language.A. . . writing crying surfing to get up for © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 167/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 The simple present and the present continuous El "simple present" y el "present continuous" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

now. You are going to Big Ben. They buy single tickets. staying arriving Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 Does the Westminster bus The Piccadilly bus The Jubilee Tube line Do I He on the bus now.A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A bus trip Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 She has had in a big house with a garden. Ejemplo: You go to Big Ben. All rights reserved Página 168/223 . © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. I stay in Piccadilly. lives wants have live 2 They are buying leaving in a youth hostel. We return to the Tube station. to Westminster. on the bus at Tower Bridge? at 3 o'clock? get is getting goes is leaving leave Ejercicio de gramática [2 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo.

She gets off near Big Ben. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. It arrives at the bus stop. He's getting on at Tower Bridge. You leave Wales. Ejemplo: He gets on at Tower Bridge. All rights reserved Página 169/223 .A.

All rights reserved Página 170/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Descriptions Orden de palabras [5 ejercicios] 1 are you socks wearing ? 2 answering I'm stupid your questions 3 wearing she's a black skirt 4 you to I'm talking ! 5 wearing is yellow a large he tie © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

All rights reserved Página 171/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Construction of the present perfect El "present perfect": formación © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

what stopped theatre clock working 2 you seen a caterpillar? this your garden? must the dog bring back? must the dog bring the stick back to? you going on safari? animal is loved by all children? which are who is have what © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. . .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Completar las frases [2 ejercicios] 1 I have to go to the time is it? My watch has Look at the Mine is . All rights reserved Página 172/223 . .A.

All rights reserved Página 173/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Use of the present perfect El "present perfect": uso © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

All rights reserved Página 174/223 . . . .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 I have to go to the time is it? My watch has Look at the Mine is . stopped clock working theatre what © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 175/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Would like: expressing a desire "Would like": expresión del deseo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

They have a map of London. Ejemplo: I buy a return ticket. Orden de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 2 would like you tickets? 2 to like I arrive at would 12 o'clock © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. I would like to buy a return ticket.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A bus trip Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 Would he likes look looks a return ticket to Big Ben? like Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. You stay in a youth hostel.A. She leaves at half past 5. All rights reserved Página 176/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Basic notions Aspectos generales © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 177/223 .

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He's a computer! lives in talks © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 180/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Introducing oneself Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 He do has no name.

All rights reserved Página 181/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Can: ability and likelihood "Can": capacidad y posibilidad © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. know how to cannot © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Palabra correcta [2 ejercicios] 1 He can be able to wants read a map. All rights reserved Página 182/223 . know how to do 2 He is can't able to does can speak English.

up. people are with you? are with me. people can three fifteen many 3 She can what you're saying. two. you understand me? you think she can count to ten? They can't Can I He can together any more. fourteen. six. play do hear live get can © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. twelve.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Completar las frases [5 ejercicios] 1 you tired? you have any apples? she travel often? does she go? you sing? did you go there? when do can are does where 2 How Three By the way. thirteen. Eleven. seven.A. four. you count? . . All rights reserved Página 183/223 . five. One. please? tennis.

where we are? anything because of the traffic. what the Queen's saying. be really slow. there's no one here. can learning wash for shouting to © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. sleep. his hands because the water's too hot.A. go to work. type that report for you. about the royal family in the papers. All rights reserved Página 184/223 . .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 You Can you I can't The Northern line They can't We can see more of the town from the bus. can can guess understand see read 5 It's worth It's no use I He can't It's time It's time a foreign language.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Can: perception and knowledge "Can": percepción y conocimiento © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 185/223 .

wants know how to © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 He do be able to can read a map.A. All rights reserved Página 186/223 .

Eleven. six. thirteen. five. seven. One. four. fourteen. you understand me? you think she can count to ten? They can't Can I He can together any more. All rights reserved Página 187/223 .A. people are with you? are with me. two. . please? tennis. you count? . twelve. play can live hear do get © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Numbers & letters Completar las frases [5 ejercicios] 1 you tired? you have any apples? she travel often? does she go? you sing? did you go there? can does when are where do 2 How Three By the way. up. fifteen three many people can 3 She can what you're saying.

. go to work. his hands because the water's too hot.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 You Can you I can't The Northern line They can't We can see more of the town from the bus. can learning for wash shouting to © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. be really slow. can understand can see read guess 5 It's worth It's no use I He can't It's time It's time a foreign language. type that report for you. where we are? anything because of the traffic. what the Queen's saying. All rights reserved Página 188/223 . sleep. about the royal family in the papers. there's no one here.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Can ."Be able to" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S."Could" .Be able to "Can" .Could . All rights reserved Página 189/223 .

able to know how to © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 190/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Palabra correcta [1 ejercicios] 1 He is can can't does cannot speak English.

Have (got) to "Must" . All rights reserved Página 191/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Must .A."Have (got) to" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A. All rights reserved Página 192/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 have go to my gym class I on to Saturday. All rights reserved Página 193/223 . © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 To write "To write" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 194/223 .A.

Wendy's writing (her cousin). Frankie's writing (his dad). Dave's writing to his sister.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Everyday actions Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Dave's writing to his sister. All rights reserved Página 195/223 . Ejemplo: Dave's writing (his sister). Ken's writing (the chairman). 2 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo. Gillian's writing (her uncle). Ejemplo: Dave's writing (his sister). Emma's writing (a letter). Claire's writing (a computer program). Catherine's writing (a parking ticket). © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. Dave's writing to his sister.A. Ejemplo: Dave's writing (his sister). Richard's writing (a report). Jane's writing (the company). 3 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo.

A. All rights reserved Página 196/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Orden de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 writing about a food fast I report am restaurants 2 writing I'm my to parents © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Prepositions of time Las preposiciones de tiempo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 197/223 .

across in two on in front at Orden de palabras [2 ejercicios] 1 on the to go cinema I Saturdays.A. the eighteenth of June. summer the sun shines.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 I start work Her birthday is He prefers the restaurant The train leaves The lawn is in hours. All rights reserved Página 198/223 . the road. 2 get up I at past half always five © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. of the house. nine o'clock.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Prepositions of place Las preposiciones de lugar © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 199/223 .

Ejemplo: (in / on) London (at / on) the bed and breakfast (in / on) the right (next / near) to room 7 (next / near) the square (in / at) England (opposite / next) the kitchen in London Palabra correcta [4 ejercicios] 1 My car is to under on over the garage. Opposite In front 3 Your room is upstairs on next near the left. next © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 200/223 . in between 2 Between of the house we have a kennel.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Bed & Breakfast Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo.A. 4 The kitchen is on in opposite the bathroom.

summer the sun shines.A. the eighteenth of June. of the house. the road. seven? to go. He prefers the restaurant The train leaves The lawn is in in two in across front on at 3 Do you are the scissors? the shelf. hours. a ruler? one. All rights reserved Página 201/223 . the theatre in half an hour. to my gym class. Yes. I have a where under small have © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. past to time at go 2 I start work Her birthday is nine o'clock.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Objects & animals Completar las frases [6 ejercicios] 1 I go I have to Is it a quarter Six o'clock! I have to be the cinema on Saturdays.

night. to room 5. the garden. you have problems! ? near here someone but where for 6 Bob's Bed and Breakfast is Your room is upstairs Wendy's room is My room is in opposite next on room 6. the field. asks you what's wrong.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante 4 The caterpillar is The zebras are usually here There is a horse hiding We see lots of insects The dog is running There's a hedgehog the same leaf as the butterfly. in at behind between across on 5 You have arrived in London. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 202/223 . Which street are you looking It's written . the tree.A. am I? You're in London! But where in London? Bond Street. London. those two stones. the right.

A. Ejemplo: Your room is (next to / on) the left.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Bed & Breakfast Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo. The bathroom is (opposite / at) the kitchen. Your room is on the left. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. There are hills (near / on) the town. Breakfast is (in / at) the dining room. All rights reserved Página 203/223 .

All rights reserved Página 204/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Means with 'by' La expresión del medio © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

All rights reserved Página 205/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 bus by it is long how ? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 206/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Here .There "Here" ."There" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A city tour Casillas de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 Transforme las siguientes frases o palabras como en el ejemplo.A. Ejemplo: the market place (there) the street (here) the streets (there) the building (there) the buildings (here) the park (there) the parks (there) that market place © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 207/223 .

? you have problems! but for someone near where here © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. asks you what's wrong.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Completar las frases [1 ejercicios] 1 You have arrived in London. Which street are you looking It's written . All rights reserved Página 208/223 . am I? You're in London! But where in London? Bond Street.A.

Ejemplo: The beer (here) is good. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. The bank (there) is new.A. This beer is good. The people (there) are drinking tea. The buildings (here) are old. All rights reserved Página 209/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante A city tour Ejercicio de gramática [1 ejercicios] 1 Escriba de otra manera las siguientes frases como en el ejemplo.

All rights reserved Página 210/223 .A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Adverbs of time Los adverbios de tiempo © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.

All rights reserved Página 211/223 . 3 Encuentre el antónimo como en el ejemplo.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Streets of London Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Encuentre el antónimo como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I always miss my bus.A. Ejemplo: I always miss my bus. I never miss my bus. We always ask them. I never miss my bus. She is often right. You've already looked for him. © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. He is never careful. They are always careful. Ejemplo: I always miss my bus. You rarely buy paper. I am still thinking. He always pays attention. I never miss my bus. 2 Encuentre el antónimo como en el ejemplo. I often lose my way.

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Use of 'else' Empleo de "else" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 212/223 .A.

I went somewhere else. Ejemplo: Did you go to the department store on Saturday? No. Did you see the travel agent? Is she going out with him? Did they buy some bread at the bakery? 2 Responda como en el ejemplo.A. Does she look like your friend? Do you know Lorna? Did you go to the tourist office? © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. I went somewhere else. Did he see her yesterday? Are we arriving at the station? Did they take the bag? 3 Responda como en el ejemplo. I went somewhere else. Ejemplo: Did you go to the department store on Saturday? No. All rights reserved Página 213/223 . Ejemplo: Did you go to the department store on Saturday? No.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Finding your way Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1 Responda como en el ejemplo.

A.Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 you should someone ask else © Copyright 2008 Auralog S. All rights reserved Página 214/223 .

Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante

Principiante

Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1
Also - As well - Too "Also" - "As well" - "Too"

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Finding your way

Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1
take can the also you bus

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Principiante

Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1
Nothing ever "Nothing ever"

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Finding your way

Completar las frases [2 ejercicios] 1
I But I I'm Do you have Well, yes, they are a three grandsons. see them. , I'm 21. feet? big.

never big bit young have

2

I hope you It's my I That's normal!

your day. I'm a bit lost. find my way anyway. !

through London!

I know, I'm not the only It's to find one's way.

one find never way first hard

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Principiante

Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1
Ever - Never "Ever" - "Never"

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Finding your way

Completar las frases [2 ejercicios] 1
I But I I'm Do you have Well, yes, they are a three grandsons. see them. , I'm 21. feet? big.

big bit have never young

2

I hope you It's my I That's normal!

your day. I'm a bit lost. find my way anyway. !

through London!

I know, I'm not the only It's to find one's way.

find one first hard never way

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Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante

Streets of London

Ejercicio de gramática [3 ejercicios] 1
Encuentre el antónimo como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I always miss my bus. He is never careful. She is often right. We always ask them.

I never miss my bus.

2

Encuentre el antónimo como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I always miss my bus. You rarely buy paper. They are always careful. I am still thinking.

I never miss my bus.

3

Encuentre el antónimo como en el ejemplo. Ejemplo: I always miss my bus. I often lose my way. You've already looked for him. He always pays attention.

I never miss my bus.

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Until "Till" .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Principiante Explicaciones gramaticales clave [1 explicaciones gramaticales] 1 Till ."Until" © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A. All rights reserved Página 222/223 .

All rights reserved Página 223/223 .Catálogo personal\Cuaderno de gramática\Nivel: Principiante Date & time Orden de palabras [1 ejercicios] 1 quarter a past stay I'll until nine © Copyright 2008 Auralog S.A.

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