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GOBIERNO DEL ESTADO DE YUCATÁN

SECRETARÍA DE EDUCACIÓN
DIRECCIÓN DE EDUCACIÓN SECUNDARIA
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA
EXAMEN AL III BIMESTRE PERIODO: III BIMESTRE
ASIGNATURA inglés GRADO: SEGUNDO CICLO ESCOLAR: 2017-2018
NOMBRE DEL MAESTRO (A):
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NOMBRE DEL ALUMNO (A):
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FECHA: ______________No. DE
ACIERTOS________CALIFICACIÓN:__________

I.- On the sentences below underline the transitive verb and circle the intransitive
verb according to what we discuss in class.

I admire your courage.

We need to maintain product quality.

I couldn’t face him today.

She loves animals.

The choir sang carols.

Pete always sings in the bath.

She left London on June 6.

I want to leave early.


II.- Look at the next math problems and give the solutions to them.

1.- Katie was given a marble on Tuesday.

Then she was given two marbles every day for a long time.

When did she get her 11th marble?

2.- Hannah has a square milk crate that would hold four cartons.

In how many ways can she fill it with cartons of strawberry and chocolate milk?
3.- John draws three shapes and then a sixth one. You can see them in the picture.
Can he complete and continue the pattern so that the twelfth shape is a circle?

Can the twelfth shape be a square? Can it be a triangle?

III.- Imagine that your friend is in a big problem, how would you help him? Write
your advice to your friend.
IV.- You will get tow texts one is real and the other is not, mark with a check which
one is real and with an X which one is not.

The town

The town is, was, and will be. It has been there since before anyone can remember, or
records show. The town had survived the ravages of untold ages and weathered storms the
like of which none could recall. And of all its queer inhabitants, none were stranger or more
reclusive than the withered old man who lived on the highest hill in the town. He had lived
there, in a creaky old house with a broken-down porch and broken windows, for longer
than anyone alive could remember. Nobody knew how old he was, or even where he came
from. Whether he had been born there, or lived somewhere else once, none could say.
Indeed, little was known of him beyond the peculiar fact that he always payed for his
supplies using gold coins of very ancient currencies.

But regardless of the residents, the town would always be the same. The same old, decrepit
houses stood where they always had, leaning on either side of the cold, murky river that
carried silt from the sea onto the shores where small children occasionally played before
being called in by their mothers. The same ancient oaks, silently watching over the town
throughout the years. The same river, winding endlessly through the silently creaking town.

That guy Elvis

At ten years old I could not figure out what it was that this Elvis Presley guy had that the
rest of us boys did not have. I mean, he had a head, two arms and two legs, just like the rest
of us. Whatever it was he had hidden away must have been pretty darn good because he had
every young girl at the orphanage wrapped around his little finger. About nine o'clock on
Saturday morning I decided to ask Eugene Correthers, one of the older boys, what it was
that made this Elvis guy so special. He told me that it was Elvis' wavy hair and the way he
moved his body.

About a half an hour later all the boys in the orphanage were called to the main dining-
room and told that we were all going to downtown Jacksonville, Florida to get a new pair
of Buster Brown shoes and a hair cut. That is when I got this big idea, which hit me like a
ton of bricks. If the Elvis hair cut was the big secret, then that's what I was going to get.

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