Logro Propuesto: Los educandos darán respuesta a preguntas realizadas sobre su entorno y cotidianidad y hablaran de manera sencilla sobre sus hobbies y actividades de tiempo libre con el fin de interactuar con los demás compañeros .

Topics Present simple Wh questions Do-does (affirmative- negative- interrogative) The time Vocabulary Además, desarrollara las siguientes actividades: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Revisar los temas vistos en clase. Estudiar el vocabulario de las unidades vistas en el del student`s book. Desarrollar el taller. Anexo. Preguntarle al profesor sobre las dudas que encuentres en el taller. Con el docente revisarás el taller para aclarar dudas.



Things we do at school....


Write the verbs in Present Simple.

Nick’s father

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Nick’s father His office

(work) in London. (be: am/is /are ) in a big building. (get up) at six o’clock.

Every morning he He He He He Then he He always

(wash) in cold water. (eat) eggs and toast for breakfast. (drink) orange juice for breakfast. (put on) his jeans and jacket. (run) to the railway station. (take) his umbrella. (buy) a newspaper and (read) it on the train.

10. He

11. In the evening he

(come) back home at five o’clock. (watch) television.

12. After dinner he sometimes 13. He never (go) to the cinema.

Fill in the verbs in Present Simple. fly,/ cry,/ finish/,eat,/ live, /drink,/ go,/ speak,/ play,/ like

1. 2.

He I

chips for dinner. coffee three times a day.

3. 4.

She We

to New York once a year. Italian and English.

5. 6.

They Tom and I

in Canada. to school every day.

7. 8.

My dad We

work at seven o’clock. tennis every weekend.


My friend

old films.

10.The baby

all the day.

Don’t or Doesn’t ???

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

He She I Ron We You My cat His car Shelly

don't /doesn't don't /doesn't don't /doesn't don't /doesn't don't /doesn't don't /doesn't don't /doesn't don't /doesn' don't /doesn't

live in Mexico. work in a bank. play golf once a week. listen to the radio. speak French. drink coffee in the morning. sleep at night. work. eat meat.


don't /doesn't

understand you.

Do or Does ???

          

your friend like spaghetti? the children go to school on Fridays? your sister watch TV in the morning? he read sometimes comics ? the girls like football? they go to sleep at 9 o’clock? she play on computer ? the dog like to eat meat ? you speak English or German?

he like cats?

5. Fill in the correct from of the verbs in brackets.

1. Jack is a truck driver. He his work. When he

(drive) hundreds of kilometers every day. He (drive) he (listen) to the radio.


2. Tom and Rom

(like) to read books. Rom

(like) historical novels, but Tom (insist) on love (find) them boring.

(prefer) science fiction. They never stories and she always 3. Sharon

(go) to the same movies either. Rom (enjoy) them, but her brother

(study) medicine at the university.

4. Kim always 5. They rarely 6. Roni and Vika 7. Vika and I ( 8. Sara (

(do) her homework. (drink) coffee before they go to sleep. (have) a dog. do/ does) our homework together. passes) our house on her way to school.


9. Our cat (


eats) fish. fix/ flys/ fixes) everything. flies) to the USA every Friday.

10. Mike is very handy. He ( 11. This plane ( fly/

B. Write the third person singular of the following verbs. 1. brush 3. do 5. eat 7. go 9. leave 11. put on 13. try 15. wash 17. dress 19. teach 12. read 14. walk 16. watch 18. smile 20. cry 2. come 4. drink 6. get up 8. have 10. play

C. Complete the passage with the correct form of the verbs. Amit He clothes. (get up) at 7.00 and (wash) his face and (go) into the bathroom to wash. (brush) his teeth. Then he (put on) his (drink) orange (walk) to the bus-stop.

Amit's mother and father juice to drink. At 7.45, Amit He He television,

(have) coffee in the morning, but Amit (leave) his house and

(try) not to be late for school. Amit (eat) lunch and (read) a book or

(come) home from school at 2.00 in the afternoon. (do) his homework. Then he (watch)

(play) with his friends.

6. What time is it? Choose the right answer.

It's half past eleven. It's eleven o'clock. It's twelve o'clock.

It's a quarter past six. It's half past three. It's a quarter to six.

It's five past three. It's five past four. It's five to four.

It's half past four. It's four o'clock. It's half past five.

It's ten past eleven. It's ten to twelve. It's ten past twelve.

It's twenty to nine. It's nine to twenty. It's twenty past eight.

It's four past ten. It's ten to four. It's ten past four.

It's a quarter to five. It's a quarter past five. It's a quarter past

It's half past two. It's twenty-five to two. It's twenty-five past two.


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