Lab activity (May 5th-9th week

 To talk about finished actions in the past

 To talk about actions that started in the
past and continue in the present and might
continue in future.
 To talk about action that finished recently.
 To talk about actions in the past and their
effects in the present.
 S + verb past simple + C
She studied for her math class yesterday.
 S+ did not (didn´t) + verb base form+ C
She didn't study for her math class last
 Did + S + Verb base form+ C?
Did she study for her math class?

 S+ have/has + verb past participle + C
They have just finished the assignment.
 S + have not/ has not+ verb pp + C
They haven't finished the assignment yet.
 Have/ has + S+ Verb pp + C?
Have they finished the assignment already?

Exercises 1:
Exercises 2:
Exercises 3:
Exercises 4:

 An adjective is a word that qualifies a noun. Robert is a tall man.
 We use adjective to compare nouns with one or more things. These is what we call
adjective of degree.

1. Degree of Equality: This comparison is used to compare two persons, animals or things to tell
us that they are equal – having the same quality.

The brown cat is as beautiful as the grey cat. (Both are equally beautiful)
The brown cat is not as beautiful as the black & white cat. (They are not equally beautiful)

2. Comparative Degree: They are use to compare two people, things or animals.

A BMW car is more expensive than a Nissan car.
An elephant is bigger than a tiger.

3. Superlative Degree: This comparison is used to compare one person, animal or thing with
more than two people, animals or things.

The blue whale is the largest of all animals in the world.
The exercise N°5 was the most difficult exercise in the test.
Exercise 1: http://www.englisch-
Exercise 2: http://www.englisch-
Exercise 3: http://www.englisch-
Exercise 4:
Exercise 5: