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STEWART CLARK/GRAHAM POINTON

Subject: Lengua y Expresion Oral. Teacher: Martins, Anala. Student: Meaca, Magal.

Index
Word for Word activities.3 Keys.5 Bibliography..7

Word for Word Activities

1.

Fill in the blanks with a word from the box.

ANTICIPATE- EXPECT- LOOK(ING) FORWARD TO- HOPE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Of course they would not it every morning. They were.. the play on Saturday. Marketing analysts learn toseasonal demands for products. Rescuers expressed. that victims could be found alive. Bob did not the baseball flying towards his head during the game. I amyour birthday party next week. I.he will call me before I have to leave. It is in the study of temper, temperament, hereditary predispositions, that we may. the most brilliant results in preventive medicine. 9. We all..meeting you. 10. I wrote you yesterday my darling, and shallto write you every day.

2.

Correspond the definitions (A-F) with the words (1-6).

1. BANK CARD 2. CASH CARD 3. CHARGE CARD 4. CREDIT CARD 5. DEBIT CARD 6. STORE CARD A. A card issued by a bank authorizing the holder to receive bank services and often functioning as a debit card. B. a card provided by a particular shop that you can use to buy goods at that shop that you will pay for at a later date. C. A card issued by a chain store, shop, or organization, that enables customers to obtain goods and services for which they pay at a later date. D. an embossed plastic card bearing the name and account details of a bank or building-society customer, used with a personal identification number to obtain money from a cash dispenser. E. A bankcard used to make an electronic withdrawal from funds on deposit in a bank, as in purchasing goods or obtaining cash advances. F. A card issued by a financial company giving the holder an option to borrow funds, usually at point of sale.

3.

Underline the most suitable word.

a. I can assure/ensure/insure/secure you that your luggage will be very well looked after at our hotel. b. Children need stability and structure in their lives in order to feel assure/ensure/insure/secure. c. I have been working hard at my school work to assure/ensure/insure/secure I get good grades in the upcoming exams. d. Many companies wont assure/ensure/insure/secure young drivers. e. It would be wise to assure/ensure/insure/secure your property against storm damage. f. Ill feel more assure/ensure/insure/secure with a burglar alarm. g. The document is genuine. I can assure/ensure/insure/secure you. h. All the necessary steps had been taken assure/ensure/insure/secure to their safety

Keys

1.

Fill in the blanks with a word from the box.

ANTICIPATE- EXPECT- LOOK FORWARD TO- HOPE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Of course they would not expect it every morning. They were looking forward to the play on Saturday. Marketing analysts learn to anticipate seasonal demands for products. Rescuers expressed hope that victims could be found alive. Bob did not anticipate the baseball flying towards his head during the game. I am looking forward to your birthday party next week. I hope he will call me before I have to leave. It is in the study of temper, temperament, hereditary predispositions, that we may expect the most brilliant results in preventive medicine. We all look forward to meeting you.

9.

10. I wrote you yesterday my darling, and shall expect to write you every day.

2.

Correspond the definitions (A-F) with the words (1-6).

1. BANK CARD 2. CASH CARD 3. CHARGE CARD 4. CREDIT CARD 5. DEBIT CARD 6. STORE CARD

A. A card issued by a bank authorizing the holder to receive bank services and often functioning as a debit card. B. a card provided by a particular shop that you can use to buy goods at that shop that you will pay for at a later date.

C. A card issued by a chain store, shop, or organization, that enables customers to obtain goods and services for which they pay at a later date. D. an embossed plastic card bearing the name and account details of a bank or building-society customer, used with a personal identification number to obtain money from a cash dispenser. E. A bankcard used to make an electronic withdrawal from funds on deposit in a bank, as in purchasing goods or obtaining cash advances. F. A card issued by a financial company giving the holder an option to borrow funds, usually at point of sale.

3.

Underline the most suitable word.

a. I can assure/ensure/insure/secure you that your luggage will be very well looked after at our hotel. b. Children need stability and structure in their lives in order to feel assure/ensure/insure/secure. c. I have been working hard at my school work to assure/ensure/insure/secure I get good grades in the upcoming exams. d. Many companies wont assure/ensure/insure/secure young drivers. e. It would be wise to assure/ensure/insure/secure your property against storm damage. f. Ill feel more assure/ensure/insure/secure with a burglar alarm. g. The document is genuine. I can assure/ensure/insure/secure you. h. All the necessary steps had been taken assure/ensure/insure/secure to their safety.

Bibliography

http://wiki.answers.com/ http://in-a-sentence.com/Use/ex/ http://www.english-for-students.com/ http://www.investopedia.com/terms. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/. http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/. Longman dictionary of Contemporary english.