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IES ANA MARA MATUTE- 1st Term Review: units 1 to 3- 3 ESO

CONTENIDOS FIRST TERM Grammar Present simple/continuous Can- ability Word order Comparatives Past simple There was/were Vocabulary Professions Places Entertainment Adjectives Prepositions of place Use of English Talking about your interests Expressing likes & dislikes Making suggestions

1- THE PRESENT SIMPLE Affirmative


I like You like He likes She likes It likes We like You like They like

Long form
I do not like You do not like He does not like She does not like It does not like We do not like You do not like They do not like

Negative Short form


I dont like You dont like He doesnt like She doesnt like It doesnt like We dont like You dont like They dont like

Interrogative
Do I like? Do you like? Does he like? Does she like? Does it like? Do we like? Do you like? Do they like?

Usamos el presente simple para acciones permanentes o habituales que suceden ahora. Importante! Fjate que las terceras personas del singular aaden una s a la forma del verbo. Seguimos las mismas normas que para formar plurals: - Si la base del verbo acaba en y : Si delante de la y tenemos una consonante, se sustituye la y por ies. Ejemplo: try- tries. Pero si delante de la y hay una vocal, nicamente se le aade una -s, sin quitar la y. Ejemplo: play- plays - Si la base del verbo acaba en s, ss, sh, ch, x, o- se aade -es. Ejemplo: dress-dresses; go-goes. Time expressions with simple present: Once a week, twice a week, every day, every morning, every year, usually, always, sometimes, seldom, never, at noon, in the evenings, etc. PRACTICE 1- Write the third person singular Escribe la tercera persona del singular I cook He ..... They fly We study She . I read You teach ... I buy He .....

It ... She ... He ....

You like He .... I do He .... We walk She ...

2- Ask and answer questions as in the example. Use the information in the table to help you Pregunta y contesta como en el ejemplo. Usa la informacin de la tabla para ayudarte.
Mary Andy Rally + Ben You Go to school yes no yes ? Play the piano no yes no ? Like fish no yes yes ?

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Example: Does Mary go to school? Yes, she does. does Mary (play the piano)Mary (like fish)Andy (play the piano)Andy (like fish)Andy (go to school) Sally + Ben (go to school) Sally + Ben (play the piano)Sally + Ben (like fish)You (play the piano)You (like fish)You(go to school)3- Fill in the blanks with the verbs from the box below. Rellena los huecos con los verbos que te damos. Be love- clean- have- have- meet go sep- teach learn come visit 1. Mary is a teacher. She .French. The children her and they ..a lot from her. Mary ..home at 3:00 and ..lunch. Then she ..for an hour. In the afternoons she .shopping or she her house. Sometimes she .her aunt and .tea with her. Every Sunday she .her friends. 2- THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS Affirmative Long form Short form
I am working You are working He is working She is working It is working We are working You are working They are working Im working Youre working Hes working Shes working Its working Were working Youre working Theyre working

Long form

Negative Short form


Im not working You arent working He isnt working She isnt working It isnt working We arent working You arent working They arent working

Interrogative
Am I working? Are you working? Is he working? Is she working? Is it working? Are we working? Are you working? Are they working?

I am not working You are not working He is not working She is not working It is not working We are not working You are not working They are not working

Usamos el presente continuo para hablar de acciones que son temporales y estn sucediendo en el momento de hablar. Las expresiones temporales que usamos con el presente continuo son: Now, at the moment, at present, right now, etc. Atencin! Recuerda que cuando la base del verbo es monoslaba y tiene la estructura consonante+vocal+consonante debemos doblar la consonante. Mira el ejemplo: Run- running; dig-digging. PRACTICE 1- Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb in brackets. Rellena los huecos con la forma correcta del verbo en parntesis. It is Sunday morning and the family is on the beach. Mrs Fairfax ..(sleep) under a sunumbrella. Mr Farfaix (read) a book. Their daughter .(swim) in the sea. Their son .(play) with a ball.

IES ANA MARA MATUTE- 1st Term Review: units 1 to 3- 3 ESO

It is noon and the family is on the beach. Look! The two girls ..(run) towards the boy. Mrs Fairfax .(call) them. Mr Fairfax (drink) some Coke and he ..(read) a book. 2- Complete the sentences using the words in brackets. Completa las oraciones usando las palabras entre parntesis. He is reading a book 1- What are Tom and Tina doing in the disco? (dance) .. 2- What are you doing? (listen/records) .. 3- What is the baby doing? (cry) .. 4- What is your sister doing in the bathroom? (have/ a bath) .. 3- Put the verbs in brackets into the Simple Present or Present Continuous. Pon los verbos entre parntesis bien en presente simple o presente continuo. Today is (be) Sunday. My sister .(paint) a picture at the moment. My brothers ..(ride) their bicycles in the garden now. They (wear) their new jackets. I often ..(read) a magazine on Sundays, but today I .(write) a letter to my cousin, Anna. She often .(send) me letters. Anna ..(want) to be a doctor. Sometimes my mother ..(ask) me what .(want) to be, but I ..(not/ know). 4- Put the verbs in brackets into the Simple Present or Present Continuous. Pon los verbos entre parntesis bien en presente simple o presente continuo. It is .(be) Saturday afternoon and my sister and I (be) at my friends party. Some children ..(dance) in the sitting-room now. My friend ..(open) a present at the moment. Two children ..(eat) chocolate cake, and three children .(play) a game. I often (go) to parties because I .(have) a lot of friends. But I ..(not/go) to parties on Sundays because I always .(visit) my grandparents on Sundays. 5- Choose the expression from the box for each sentence. Elige una expresin de las que te damos para cada una de las frases. Now on Fridays always at the moment every night My father is listening to the radio ..at the moment. moment I .. have toast for breakfast. We watch the 9 oclock news My brother is doing his homework .. My mother goes to the supermarket . I read a book or a magazine in bed My grandmother ..sends me a birthday present. My brother is playing football At school we have our history lesson . My father ..buys a newspaper from the shop near his office.

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3- QUESTION WORDS WHAT? WHO? QUE? QUIN?

WHEN? CUNDO?

WHERE? DNDE?

HOW? CUNTO?

1- Fill in the gaps with who, whose, what, when or where . is it? Its a monkey. .are you going? To the park is your birthday? May the 1st is your pen? Here it is. are they? Theyre Jane and Pam. is your school? Its near here. are you? I am fine. is Father? Hes in the garden are they? They are teachers. do you have lunch? At 12.00 p.m. much is this? Its 70p 4- CAN- ABILITY CAN Tiene la misma forma en todas las personas: I/ You/ He/She Can Despus de Can debemos usar el verbo en la forma de base verbal: I can play Se usa para para expresar habilidad en el presente o para perdir permiso. COULD Tiene la misma forma en todas las personas: I/ You/ He/She Could Despus de Could debemos usar el verbo en la forma de base verbal: I could play Se usa para expresar habilidad en el pasado, para pedir permiso de forma ms educada..

PRACTICE 1- Fill in with can, could or couldnt Completav los huecos con can, could o couldnt When I was young I could could.play sport but I dance well. Now Im old; ..climb the stairs but I ..sit in my armchair and watch TV. 5- TOO . ENOUGH TOO-ENOUGH Too + adjetivo / adverbio- significa demasiado. Hes too young to travel alone (no puede viajar solo) Tiene un sentido negativo He drove too slowly to win the race (no condujo lo suficientemente rpido como para ganar la carrera) Adjetivo/adverbio + enough- significa tanto como Shes old enough to drive a car quieres, suficiente (puede conducer coches He left early enough to catch the train (se fu pronto y por eso pudo coger el tren) Enough + noun Hes got enough money to buy a car

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PRACTICE 1- Write sentences using too and enough. Explain what you mean with each sentence. Example: Jane is too generous with everybody. Jane shouldnt be so generous. everybody 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6- THE PAST SIMPLE Formamos el pasado simple de los verbos regulares aadiendo ed a la base del verbo. Si el verbo es irregular debemos aprenderlo de una lista de verbos irregulares. Usamos el pasado simple para acciones que ocurrieron en un momento del pasado y han finalizado ya. Las expresiones temporales que usamos son: Yesterday, then, last night, last week, last month, last year, a week ago, a month ago, a year ago, two days ago, in 1980, when etc. PRACTICE 1- Put the verbs in brackets into the past simple Pon los verbos en parntesis en el pasado simple. Pamela: What did you do.(you/do) last weekend? did do Tony: I .(go) to my cousins house. Pamela: .(be) it far? Tony: No, it only (take) us 30 minutes. Pamela: ..(you/stay) there long? Tony: We ..(stay) only for the weekend. What .(you/do) last weekend? Pamela: My family and I ..(take) the dog and we (have) a picnic on the beach. Tony: (be) it sunny? Pamela: Yes, the sun ..(shine) all day. 2- Fill in the blanks with the past simple of the correct verbs from the list. Remember some of them are irregular! Rellena los huecos con el verbo correcto de los que te damos en la lista. Date cuenta de que algunos son irregulares! Mira en el diccionario aquellos que no conozcas el significado. Put up- cook go- make- take collect- drink meet speak play feel- sing Last week I went wentcamping with my friends. We .tents and sleeping bags. Three of us the tents while the others .wood and ..a fire. We potatoes and .coke. In the evening, Tom the guitar and everybody .songs. We . Some French tourists and to them in French. At about midnight, we all ..sleepy, so we to bed.

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7- COMPARATIVES Adjectives of: One syllable Two syllables ending in y, -w & -er Two or more syllables Comparison of adjectives Positive Comparative Long Longer than Happy Happier than Modern Beautiful More modern than More beautiful than Superlative The longest The happiest The most modern The mot beautiful

Usamos los comparativos para comparar dos o ms personas o cosas. Usamos el superlativo para comparar tres o ms personas o cosas. Usamos la partcula than con el comparativo y la partcula the con el superlativo. Algunos adjetivos forman el comparativo de forma irregular. Ejemplos: Good- comparative: better superlative: best bad- comparative: worse superlative: worst far- comparative: further superlative: furthest little- comparative: less superlative: least much/many- comparative: more superlative: most La forma as . as se usa para comparar dos personas o cosas que son iguales. Ejemplo: Hes as tall as Peter. El es tan alto como Peter. (El y meter son igual de altos). Usamos not as as con oraciones negativas. He is not as tall as Peter. PRACTICE 1- Write sentences about places you know as in the example. Escribe frases sobre lugares que conoces siguiendo el ejemplo. Ejemplo: (beautiful) The most beautiful place I know is Venice 1- (expensive). 2- (cheap). 3- (cold) 4- (hot) 5- (ancient). 2- Complete Jims letter Completa la carta de Jim. (Recuerda poner las partculas than or the) Dear Anna, Here I am in Las Vegas! Im having a wonderful time. The weather is hotter hotter(hot) and .(dry) in England. The houses are ..(big) ours and the cars are ..(long) and ..(wide) those in our country. I love the food here. Yesterday I had ..(good) hamburger Ive ever eaten! The hotel is beautiful; I think its (beautiful) hotel Ive ever seen. At the moment I am in a casino; Its (big) in the world and its (busy) in town. Ill phone you when I get back. Love, Jim

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VOCABULARY PLACES Bank Cinema Hospital Library Museum Music shop Park Police station Post office Restaurant Supermarket Swimming pool Flat House School shop ENTERTAINMENT ADJECTIVES Dance Do acrobatics Do card tricks Do magic Draw a picture Juggle Play a musical instrument Ride a unicycle Sing Take photographs Tell jokes Adventurous Attractive Competitive Energetic Friendly Funny Generous Lazy Selfish Talented Bald Blonde Curly Dark Long valuable Short Straight Wavy Angry Big Frightened Furious Large Messy Neat Rich Scared Strange Tidy Wealthy weird PROFESSIONS PREPOSITIONS (PLACE) Acrobat Above Actor Behind Comedian Between Juggler In Malician In front of Mime artist Next to Musician On Pavement artist Opposite Carpenter Under Dentist At the end of Plumber Near Reporter On the left of Journalist On the right of Secretary waiter

1- Look up in the dictionary the meaning of those words you dont know. Write as many sentences as you can using the words in the table. How many words can you use in the same sentence? Busca en el diccionario las palabras que no conozcas. Escribe tantas frases como puedas utilizando las palabras de la tabla. Cuntas palabras puedes usar en una sola frase?

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USE OF ENGLISH Interviewing people Making suggestions Lets . Excuse me How about? Can I ask you some questions? Shall we..? Yes, sure No way! Why dont we. ? Thats a good idea. Terrific! Telling stories One night. At first,. After a while . Later,.. Suddenly,. Finally ..

1- Using the expressions from the table write down a short dialogue. Be creative. Utiliza las diferentes expresiones de la tabla y escribe un dilogo. Se creativo.