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  • 1. NUMBERS• Estudia los números en inglés.Números cardinales- Cardinal numbersCASTELLANO INGLÉS CASTELLANO INGLÉSUNO: ONE ONCE: ELEVENDOS: TWO DOCE: TWELVETRES: THREE TRECE: THIRTEENCUATRO: FOUR CATORCE: FOURTEENCINCO: FIVE QUINCE: FIFTEENSEIS: SIX DIECISEIS: SIXTEENSIETE: SEVEN DIECISIETE: SEVENTEENOCHO: EIGHT DIECIOCHO: EIGHTEENNUEVE: NINE DIECINUEVE: NINETEENDIEZ: TEN VEINTE: TWENTYCASTELLANO INGLÉSTREINTA: THIRTYCUARENTA: FORTYCINCUENTA: FIFTYSESENTA: SIXTYSETENTA: SEVENTYOCHENTA: EIGHTYNOVENTA: NINETYCIEN: ONE HUNDREDMIL ONE THOUSANDOtros:CASTELLANO INGLÉSVEINTIUNO: TWENTY-ONETREINTA Y NUEVE: THIRTY-NINECUARENTA Y OCHO: FORTY-EIGHTSESENTA Y SIETE: SIXTY-SEVENMaterial creado por MPD 1
  • 2. CIENTO CINCO: ONE HUNDRED AND FIVEDOSCIENTOS VEINTIUNO: TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-ONENOVECIENTOS NOVENTA YNUEVE:NINE HUNDRED AND NINETY-NINEMIL NOVECIENTOS NOVENTA YCINCO:ONE THOUSAND, NINE HUNDREDAND NINETY-FIVEDOS MIL CUARENTA Y SEIS: TWO THOUSAND AND FORTY-SIXNúmeros ordinales- Ordinal numbers• Indican el orden que ocupa una cosa o persona en una lista osecuencia.• Se crean añadiendo –th al final del número ordinal excepto 1º →first, 2º → second, 3º → third y los números mayores de 20º quefinalicen en -1º (first) -2º (second) y 3º (third) - por ejemplo:21º→ twenty-first32º→ thirty-second43º→ forty-third• La representación con números se hace escribiendo el número ylas dos últimas letras en pequeño:1º→ First → 1st3º→ Third → 3rd11º→ Eleventh → 11thCASTELLANO INGLÉS CASTELLANO INGLÉSPRIMERO: FIRST ONCE: ELEVENTHSEGUNDO: SECOND DOCE: TWELFTHTERCERO: THIRD TRECE: THIRTEENTHCUARTO: FOURTH CATORCE: FOURTEENTHQUINTO: FIFTH QUINCE: FIFTEENTHSEXTO: SIXTH DIECISEIS: SIXTEENTHSÉPTIMO: SEVENTH DIECISIETE: SEVENTEENTHMaterial creado por MPD 2
  • 3. OCTAVO: EIGHTH DIECIOCHO: EIGHTEENTHNOVENO: NINTH DIECINUEVE: NINETEENTHDÉCIMO: TENTH VEINTE: TWENTIETHEjercicios1- Relaciona las palabras con los números:Five 19Twelve 29Nine 2Eight 5Thirteen 76Nineteen 10Seventeen 12Two 9Ten 17Twenty-nine 13Seventy-six 82- Escribe los números en inglés:a. 2 twob. 11c. 15d. 29e. 34f. 47g. 51h. 63i. 78j. 80k. 91l. 105m. 237n. 564Material creado por MPD 3
  • 4. o. 629p. 834q. 943r. 1205s. 4736t. 82213- Escribe los resultados de las operaciones:a- tour + eleven = fifteenb- three + three =c- eight – two =d- tewnty-nine + fifty-six =e- seventy-one + forty-four =f- two hundred and senty + one hundred and thirty-one =g- three hundred and sixty – eighty-two =h- six hundred and fifty-nine + seven hundred and eighty-two =4- Rodea el número correcto:a. first 1st/ 3rd/ 11thb. fifth 2nd/ 4th/ 5thc. twenty-sixth 22nd/ 26th/ 27thd. seventh 17th/7th/27the. tenth 1st/ 3rd /10thf. eighth 8th/18th/28th5- Completa la tabla de los números ordinales:Español English Representación2º Second 2nd3º5º7º10º15º44º63ºMaterial creado por MPD 4
  • 5. 42º90º21º85º19º33º12º11º13ºCOLOURS1- Estudia la tabla de los colores en inglés y colorea la primera columnacon el color correspondiente.English EspañolBlack NegroBlue AzulBrown MarrónGrey GrisGreen VerdeOrange NaranjaPink RosaPurple MoradoRed RojoWhite BlancoYellow amarilloDAYS OF THE WEEK• En inglés los días de la semana siempre se escriben enMAYÚSCULA.• Estudia los días de la semana en inglés:Monday-Lunes.Tuesday-Martes.Material creado por MPD 5
  • 6. Wednesday-Miércoles.Thursday-Jueves.Friday-Viernes.Saturday-Sábado.Sunday-Domingo.MONTHS OF THE YEAR• En inglés los meses del año siempre se escriben en MAYÚSCULA.• Estudia los meses del año: en inglés:January-Enero.February-Febrero.March-Marzo.April-Abril.May-Mayo.June-Junio.July-Julio.August-Agosto.September-Septiembre.October-October.November-Noviembre.December-Diciembre.1- Escribe los días de la semana en el orden correcto:Monday, …………..…………………, …………………………………..,………………………………..,………………………………….., …………………………………….,……………………………………--2- Escribe las letras que faltan y después enumera losmeses en el orden correcto.a. F… … … aryb. J a n u a r y 1c. Au … … … td. Oc … … … … re. Dec … … … erf. M … yg. Ma… … …Material creado por MPD 6
  • 7. h. Ap … … …i. Nov … … … … …j. J … … yk. Ju … …l. Sep … … … … …SCHOOL ITEMS• Estudia nombres de objetos del colegio en inglés.book → libro notebook → cuadernopen → bolígrafo pencil → lápizpencil case → estuche ruler → reglaeraser → goma de borrarPERSONAL PRONOUNS• Estudia los pronombres personales en inglés.English EspañolI (siempre en mayúscula) YoMaterial creado por MPD 7
  • 8. You Tú, ustedHe ÉlShe Ellait Ello (no se suele traducir. Se usapara una cosa o animal)We Nosotros, nosotrasYou Vosotros, vosotras, ustedesThey Ellos, ellas• Estos pronombres sólo los usamos en el sujeto de lasoraciones.• En inglés todas las frases deben tener sujeto. Si queremosdecir una oración en inglés y el sujeto en español estáelíptico debemos elegir uno de los siguientes.1- Sustituye las palabras por pronombres.a. the girls theyb. Peter and I ……………..c. Carlos ....................d. my mother …………….e. a dog ....................f. Mary ……………..g. Peter and Charles ....................2- Tacha la palabra que no pertenece al grupo.a. he : Carlos - father - mother – a boyb. she: mother – Mary – Peter – a girlc. it: a shop – a school – a dog – books – a catd. we: Peter and I – my dog and I - the Smith familye. they: the girls – the books – Tom and Sue – a boyVERBO “TO BE”Affirmative (Afirmativo)Material creado por MPD 8
  • 9. • El verbo “to be” es el equivalente a los verbos “ser” y “estar” enespañol.• Estudia la forma afirmativa:English SpanishI am Yo soy o Yo estoyYou are Tú eres o Tú estásHe is Él es o Él estáShe is Ella es o ella estáIt is Ello es o Ello estáWe are Nosotros/as somos o estamosYou are Vosotros/as sois o estáisThey are Ellos/as son o están•En español la edad la expresamos con el verbo “tener”:Yo tengo 12 años.En inglés la edad la expresamos con el verbo “to be”:I am 12 years old• Podemos utilizar las formas contractas:I am I’mYou are You’reHe is He’sShe is She’sIt is It’sWe are We’reYou are You’reThey are They’reNegative (Negativo)• Para negar el verbo “to be” usamos “not” con el verbo.• Estudia la forma negativa:Material creado por MPD 9
  • 10. English SpanishI am not Yo no soy o Yo no estoyYou are not Tú no eres o Tú no estásHe is not Él no es o Él no estáShe is not Ella no es o ella no estáIt is not Ello no es o Ello no estáWe are not Nosotros/as no somos o noestamosYou are not Vosotros/as no sois o no estáisThey are not Ellos/as no son o no están• También podemos usar las formas contractas:Is not → isn’tAre not → aren’t(Con “I am not” no podemos contraer el verbo con “not”, peropodemos usar la contracción de la forma afirmativa : I’m not)Question (Interrogativo)• Para hacer preguntas cambiamos de orden la estuctura de laforma afirmativa (sujeto + verbo) colocando antes del sujeto laforma correspondiente del verbo “to be”: verbo “to be!” +sujeto• Estudia la forma interrogativa:English SpanishAm I? ¿Soy yo? O ¿estoy yo?Are you? ¿Eres tú? O estás tú?Is he? ¿Es é? o ¿está él?Is she? ¿Es ella? O ¿está ella?Is it? ¿Es ello? O ¿está ello?Are we? ¿Somos nosotros/as? O ¿estamosnosotros?Are you? ¿Sois vosotros? O ¿estáis vosotros?Are they? ¿Son ellos? O ¿están ellos?Short answer (respuestas cortas)• En inglés no respondemos sólo “yes” o “no” a una pregunta.Usamos las siguientes respuestas cortas.• Estudia las respuestas cortas en inglésMaterial creado por MPD 10
  • 11. Question Short answerAm I? Yes, you areNo, you aren’tAre you? Yes, I amNo, I’m notIs he? Yes, he isNo, he isn’tIs she? Yes, she isNo, she isn’tIs it? Yes, it isNo, it isn’tAre we? Yes, you areNo, you aren’tAre you? Yes, we areNo, we aren’tAre they? Yes, they areNo, they aren’t• En inglés sólo usamos al final de la oración. En españolusamos al principio y al final de la oración.EjerciciosTO BE1. Complete the table:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI amYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………I …………..You aren’tHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………Am I?………. you?…………. he?………… she?……….. it?………... we?…………….. you?Material creado por MPD 11
  • 12. They…………….. They………….. …………… they?2. Write true sentences. Use affirmative or negative.a. I/16 years oldI’m not 16 years old.b. I/ from Spain...............................................................................c. My mum/ a teacher...............................................................................d. We/ in the classroom...............................................................................e. My friends/ English...............................................................................f. It/very hot today..............................................................................g. Raúl/ my favourite footballer...............................................................................3. Put the words in the correct order to make questions. Thewrite true short answers:a. Luis Figo/ Madrid/ from/ is?Is Luis Figo from Madrid? No, he isn’t.b. your/ is / long/ hair?c. you/ a Maths lesson/ are/ in?..............................................................................d. your best f riend/ is/ at home?..............................................................................e. hungry/ are/ you?..............................................................................f. Tuesday/ it / is / today?..............................................................................g. your/ Venus and Serena Williams/ are/ favouritetennis players?..............................................................................Material creado por MPD 12
  • 13. 4. Complete the card with the verb to be (affirmative ornegative):Dear Claudia,Hello. My family and I …………………… on holiday at thesea. It …………………… hot. The sea ……………………very beautiful. It …………………… warm. It ……………………cold.My sisters …………………… happy because they…………………… at school.I …………………… also happy.LoveSusan5. Correct the mistakes :a. Carol and I is in the photo.Carol and I are in the photo.b. The school is big?..............................................................................c. The boys is tall?..............................................................................d. The sun are yellow...............................................................................e. We am students...............................................................................f. It are an apple...............................................................................Material creado por MPD 13
  • 14. PLACES• Estudia el vocabulario.bank→ banco cinema → cinehospital → hospital park → parquerestaurant → restaurante school → colegioHihg school → instituto supermarket → supermercadoShopping centre → centro comercial chemist → farmaciaChurch → iglesia mosque → mezquita1. Relaciona los dibujos con los lugares correspondientes.s……………… h………………….. p…………………….…………………… …………………….. ………………………THE FAMILY• Estudia los miembros de la familia en inglés.Mother → madre Father → padreMum → mamá Dad → papáSister → hermana Brother → hermanoGrandmother → abuela Grandfather → abueloAunt → tía Uncle → tíoCousin → primo/aMaterial creado por MPD 14
  • 15. HAVE GOT• Usamos el verbo “have got” para expresar posesión.• Se traduce por “tener”.• Cuidado con la tercera persona de singular (los pronombres he,she, it) porque su forma es “has”.• Estudia el verbo “have got” en inglés.Affirmative (afirmativa)English SpanishI have got Yo tengoYou have got Tú tienesHe has got Él tieneShe has got Ella tieneIt has got Ello tieneWe have got Nosotros/as tenemosYou have got Vosotros/as tenéisThey have got Ellos/as tienen• Podemos usar las formas contractas.Formas contractasI’ve gotYou’ve gotHe’s gotShe’s gotIt’s gotWe’ve gotYou’ve gotThey’ve gotNegative (negativa)• Negamos el verbo “have got” con la partícula “not”.• Estudia la forma negativa.Material creado por MPD 15
  • 16. English SpanishI have not got Yo no tengoYou have not got Tú no tienesHe has not got Él no tieneShe has not got Ella no tieneIt has not got Ello no tieneWe have not got Nosotros/as no tenemosYou have not got Vosotros/as no tenéisThey have not got Ellos/as no tienen• Podemos usar la forma contracta.Formas contractasI haven’t gotYou haven’t gotHe hasn’t gotShe hasn’t gotIt hasn’t gotWe haven’t gotYou haven’t gotThey haven’t gotQuestion/Interrogative (interrogativa)• Para preguntar con el verbo “have got” cambiamos laposición del sujeto de la oración. El sujeto quedará entre“have” y “got”.• Estudia la forma interrogativa del verbo “have got”English SpanishHave I got? ¿Tego yo?Have you got? ¿Tienes tú?Has he got? ¿Tiene él?Has she got? ¿Tiene ella?Has it got? ¿Tiene ello?Have we got? ¿Tenemos nosotros/as?Have you got? ¿Tenéis vosotros/as?Have they got? ¿Tienen ellos/as?Short answer (respuesta corta “si” y “no”)Material creado por MPD 16
  • 17. Question Short answerHave I got? Yes, you haveNo, you haven’tHave you got? Yes, I haveNo, I haven’tHas he got? Yes, he hasNo, he hasn’tHas she got? Yes, she hasNo, she hasn’tHas it got? Yes, it hasNo, it hasn’tHave we got? Yes, you haveNo, you haven’tHave you got? Yes, we haveNo, we haven’tHave they got? Yes, they haveNo, they haven’t1. Completa la tabla:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI have gotYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………They……………..I …………..You haven’t gotHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………They…………..……… I …… ?………… you …… ?Has she got?…… he ……?……… it……?…… we …….?…… you ……..?……… they …….?2. Completa la las frases con la forma correcta de “have got”y después escribe la misma frase en negativo einterrogativo.a. The shop has got new toys.N. The shop hasn’t got new toys.I. Has the shop got new new toys?Material creado por MPD 17
  • 18. b. Your family …………………… a red car.N. ..............................................................................I. ..............................................................................b. They …………………… sándwiches.N. ..............................................................................I. ..............................................................................c. The baby …………………… a banana.N. ..............................................................................I. ..............................................................................d. Your friend …………………… a ruler.N. ..............................................................................I. ..............................................................................e. I …………………… a new bikeN. ..............................................................................I. ..............................................................................3. Escribe respuestas cortas que sean reales para ti.a. Has your dad got a computer?Yes, he has. / No, he hasn’t.b. Have you got a green pencil?..............................................................................c. Have you got Art lessons at scool?..............................................................................d. Has your mum got black hair?..............................................................................e. Has your house got a garden?..............................................................................4. Pon las palabras en orden para hacer oraciones correctas:a. got/ the teacher/ a ruler / hasThe teacher has got a ruler.b. you/ got/ an uncle/ have?..............................................................................c. the girl/ not/ a notebook/ got/ has..............................................................................Material creado por MPD 18
  • 19. d. drama lessons/ got/ your school / has/ ?..............................................................................e. have/ a dog/ they/ got..............................................................................f. the students/ not/ got/ sweets/ have..............................................................................FREE-TIME ACTIVITIES• Estudia las actividades de tiempo libre en inglés.Art → arte (dibujo, pintura) Computers → informáticaCooking → cocina, cocinar music → músicaPlaying football → jugar al fútbol playing tennis → jugar al tenisPhotography → fotografía reading → lectura, leerWriting → escritura, escribir go shopping → ir de comprasSwimming → natación, nadar1- Relaciona los dibujos con las actividades de tiempo libre.……………… ………………….. ………………….. ……………………………… …………………… ……………………. ………………….Material creado por MPD 19
  • 20. THE PLURAL IN ENGLISH• En inglés escribimos en plural los SUSTANTIVOS CONTABLES, perono los adjetivos, ni los artículos, etc.• Hacemos el plural de las palabras añadiendoA car = un coche → Some cars= algunos coches• Si la palabra termina el –s, -ss, -sh, -ch, -x, -z, añadimos –esA kiss= un beso → Some kisses = algunos besos• Algunas palabras que terminan en –o añaden –esA tomato = un tomate → Some tomatoes =algunos tomates• Si el sustantivo termina en –y: Si delante de la –y hay una vocal se añade –sa toy = un juguete → some toys = algunos juguetes Si delante de la –y hay una consonate → cambiamos la “y”por “i” y después añadimos –esA baby = un bebé → some babies = unos bebés• Existen sustantivos que tienen plurales irregulares (no siguen unaregla). Estudia los sustantivos con plural irregular en inglés.Singular PluralMan = hombre Men = hombresWoman =mujer Women = mujeresFoot = pie Feet =piesTooth = diente Teeth = dientesChild = niño Children = niñosPerson = persona People = personas, genteMouse = ratón Mice = ratonesSheep = oveja Sheep = obejasFish = pez Fish = peces1- Escribe el plural de las siguientes palabras:a. a dog two dogsb. a banana seven .................c. a shop some ..................d. a book ten .....................Material creado por MPD 20
  • 21. e. a bus five .....................f. a kiss two ....................g. a brush some .................h. a box some ..................i. a tomato three ..................j. a potato some ..................k. a lady two .........................l. a boy some ......................m. a fox four ........................n. a man five ........................o. a child some .....................p. a person some .....................q. a mouse some ......................THE & A/AN• “The” es el artículo determinado en inglés.• Lo traducimos por “el, la, los o las”.• Lo usamos cuando conocemos la palabra a la que acompaña oya hemos hablado de ella.The dog = el perroThe churches = las iglesiasThe books = los librosThe people = la gente, las personasThe table = la mesa• “A, an” es el artículo indeterminado en inglés.• Lo usamos cuando hablamos de una cosa en generalp.e. a car = un coche (cualquier coche)• Utilizamos “a” “an” en inglés delante de profesiones.I am a student = soy estudianteYou are a doctor = eres médicoShe is a lawyer = ella es abogado• Sólo se usa con sustantivos CONTABLES en SINGULAR. Para elplural podemos usar “some”.A boy = un niño Some boys= unos niñosA car = un coche Some cars = unos coches• Usamos “a” delante de consonante.A church = una iglesia• Usamos “an” delante de vocal.An apple = una manzanaMaterial creado por MPD 21
  • 22. 1- Escribe “a” o “an”.a. a schoolb. …………. bookc. ............... uncled. ............... orangee. ............... pencilf. ................. auntg. ............... babyh. ............... apple2- Rodea la opción correcta.a. Tom has got a/an computer. He hasn’t got a/ an camera.b. Mary hasn’t got a/an apple. He has got a/an orange.c. I have got a/ an book. I haven’t got a/ an eraser.d. The park has got a/an / some trees. A/ an /some childrenare in the park.e. We have got a/an/some books. We haven’t got a/ ancomputer.3- Completa las frases con “a”, “an” o “the”.a. I’ve got …………. book in my bag. ........... book is funny!b. I can see ................ car. ............. car is free.c. He has got ................. apple. ................ apple is red.d. You haven’t got ................. elephant. You have got ..........dog. ................ dog is big.POSSESIVE ADJECTIVES• Estudia los adjetivos posesivos en inglés.English EspañolMy Mi, misYour Tu, tus, su, su (de usted)His Su, sus (de él)Her Su, sus ( de ella)Its Su, sus (de cosa o animal)Our Nuestro/a, vuestros/asYour Vuestro/a, vuestros/as, su, sus (deustedes)Material creado por MPD 22
  • 23. Their Su, sus (de ellos/as)1- Rodea el adjetivo posesivo correcto en las siguientes oraciones.a. You have got a dog. My/ Your / Her dog is brown.b. He has got a apen. Her / His / Their pen is blue.c. They have got some CD’s. Our/ Your/ Their CD’s are new.d. We have got a car. Its / Our / Your car is great!e. She has got a new friend. His/ Her / My friend is nice.f. Charles has got some cousins. His /Her /My cousins are clever.g. I have got a pencil. My / Your / Our pencil is red.THERE IS / THERE ARE• Utilizamos “there is” y “there are” para hablar de la existencia dealgo. Solemos traducirlo por “hay”.• “There is” se usa para hablar de cosas en singular. Por tanto lossustantivos incontables en inglés usan “there is” porque no tienenplural.There is a tree in the park. = Hay un árbol en el parque.There is water in the bottle. = Hay agua en la botella.• “There are” se usa para hablar de cosas en plural.There are some trees in the park. = Hay árboles en elparque.There are cars in the street. = Hay coches en la calle.• Aprende cómo usamos “there is” y “there are”.AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVESingular There is a pen. There isn’t apen.Is there a pen?Plural There are two pens. There aren’ttwo pens.Are there two pens?SHORT ANSWERYes, there is.No, there isn’t.SingularYes, there are.No, there aren’t.PluralMaterial creado por MPD 23
  • 24. SOME / ANY• Usamos “some” en frases afirmativas.There are some apples. = Hay algunas manzanas.There is some water. = Hay algo de agua.• Usamos “any” en frases negativas e interrogativas.There aren’t any apples. = No hay manzanas.There isn’t any water. = No hay agua.Are there any eggs in the fridge? = ¿Hay huevos en lanevera?Is there any milk in the glass? = ¿Hay leche en el vaso?THERE IS / THERE ARESOME/ANY1. Complete the table:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVESingular There …………a bike. There………….. abike.…………. there a bike?Plural There ……….twobikes.There………….two bikes.………….there twobikes?2. Write sentences using “there is” or “there are”. Thenwrite the negative and the interrogative form:a. some booksA: There are some booksN: There aren’t any booksI: Are there any books?SA: Yes, there are / No, there aren’t.b. a computerA: ………………………………N: ………………………………Material creado por MPD 24
  • 25. I: ……………………………….SA:..................................c. a tableA: ………………………………N: ………………………………I: ……………………………….SA:..................................d. some biscuitsA: ………………………………N: ………………………………I: ……………………………….SA:..................................e. a guitarA: ………………………………N: ………………………………I: ……………………………….SA:..................................f. some photosA: ………………………………N: ………………………………I: ……………………………….SA:..................................3. Write true sentences about your bedroom:There is a table in my bedroom or There isn’t a table in mybedroom.There are some chairs in my bedroom or there aren’t anychairs in my bedroom.……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Material creado por MPD 25
  • 26. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………4. Answer the questions using the words in brackets:a. Is there a man in the car? (woman)No, there isn’t. There is a woman in the car.b. Are there teachers in the classroom? (students)..............................................................................c. Is there a pen in the bag? (pencil)..............................................................................d. Are there any magazines on the self? (books)..............................................................................e. Is there a baby in the bed? (cat)..............................................................................f. Are there any sandwiches on the table? (tomatoes)..............................................................................5. Correct the errors:a. There aren’t a book on the self.There isn’t a book on the self.b. There aren’t some tomatoes in the salad...............................................................................c. There isn’t rubbers in the box...............................................................................d. There are five letters on the table?..............................................................................e. There is some children at the park...............................................................................f. There is an apple on the table?..............................................................................Material creado por MPD 26
  • 27. FOOD• Aprende el vocabulario sobre la comida en inglés.• C = countable (palabra contable) UN= uncountable (palabraincontable)Apple = manzana (C) biscuit = galleta (C)Bread = pan (UN) cake = pastel, tarta (C)Chocolate = chocolate(UN) fish = pescado(UN)Juice = zumo (UN) meat = carne(UN)Milk = leche(UN) orange = naranja (C)Rice = arroz salad = ensalada (C)1- Escribe las palabras debajo de los dibujos.……………… …………………. ………………… ……………………..……………………. …………….. ………………… ……………………..THE WEATHER• Aprende el vocabulario sobre el clima en inglés.It’s cloudy = Está nublado It’s sunny = Hace solIt’s cold = Hace frío It’s hot = hace calorWarm = cálido (templado) dry = secoSnow = nieve, nevar snowy= con nieve, nevadoRain = lluvia, llover wind = vientoWhat is the weather like? = ¿Qué tiempo hace?Material creado por MPD 27
  • 28. 1- Rodea la expresión correcta según el dibujo.sunny / snowy warm / cloudy It’s cold / It’s hotrain / sun wind / rain It’s cold / It’s warmPREPOSITIONS OF PLACE• Estudia las preposiciones de lugar en inglés.on = sobre, encima de in = enover = sobre, por encima de Under = debajo dein front of = delante de next to = al lado deMaterial creado por MPD 28
  • 29. behind = detrás de between = entreMaterial creado por MPD 29
  • 30. 1. Traduce las frases con preposiciones.a. La manzana está debajo de la mesa.b. Tengo un libro sobre la mesa.c. Hay un árbol entre la casa y la farmacia.d. El zumo está en la nevera.e. El centro comercial está entre el colegio y el banco.f. Hay un hospital al lado del cineTRANSPORT• Aprende el vocabulario sobre los medios de transporte en inglés.Aeroplane = avión boat= barco/aBus = autobús car = cocheHelicopter = helicóptero motorbike = motoShip = barco taxi= taxiTrain= tren underground = metro1- Escribe los nombres de los medios de transporte en inglés.………………….. …………………. ………………….. …………………..…………………. …………………… ………………. …………………….Material creado por MPD 30
  • 31. PRESENT SIMPLE• Usamos el “presente simple” para expresar que algo sucede conuna cierta frecuencia (todos los días, una vez a la semana, unavez al mes, etc).• Son acciones habituales en presente.I study English = Yo estudio inglés (empecé hace algúntiempo y continuo haciéndolo, pero no quiere decir que lo estéhaciendo en el momento de hablar sino que es algo habitual).• Se forma con los verbos en infinitivo excepto la tercera persona desingular (he, she, it) que añade –s al verbo.• Utilizamos el auxiliar do/ does para hacer oraciones en negativo,interrogativo y la respuesta corta.Negativo: Sujeto + do not = don’t + verbo en infinitivoSujeto + does not = doesn’t + verbo en infinitivoInterrogativo: AUXILIAR + SUJETO + VERBO EN INFINITIVO+ ?Respuesta corta: Yes, pronombre de sujeto + do/ doesNo, pronombre de sujeto + don´t /doesn’t• Estudia el presente simple.Affirmative NegativeI workYou workHe works.She worksIt worksWe workYou workThey workI do not work = I don’t workYou do not work = You don’t workHe does not work = He doesn’t workShe does not work = She doesn’t workIt does not work = It doesn’t workWe do not work = We don’t workYou do not work = You don’t workThey do not work = They don’t workQuestion Short answerDo I work?Do you work?Does he work?Does she work?Does it work?Do we work?Do you work?Do they work?Yes, you do / No, you don’tYes, I do / No, I don’tYes, he does / No, he doesn’tYes, she does / No, she doesn’tYes, it does / No, it doesn’tYes, you do / No, you don’tYes, we do / No, we don’tYes, they do / No, they don’tMaterial creado por MPD 31
  • 32. • Estudia las reglas para añadir la –s de tercera persona en laforma afirmativa. La mayoría de los verbos añaden –sI play = Yo juego She plays = Ella juegaI read = Yo leo She reads = Ella lee Los verbos terminados en –s,-sh, -ch o –x añaden –esI pass = Yo paso She passes = Ella pasaI wash= Yo lavo She washes =Ella lava Los verbos terminados en –o añaden –esI do = Yo hago She does = Ella haceI go = Yo voy She goes = Ella va Los verbos acabados en consonante + y cambian la “y” por“i” antes de añadir -esI fly= Yo vuelo She flies = Ella vuelaI study = Yo estudio She studies = Ella estudiaI carry= Yo llevo She carries = Ella lleva1. Complete the table.AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI workYou …………He…………..She worksIt …………..We………………You…………They……………..I …………..You don’t workHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………They…………..……… I …… ?………… you …… ?Does she work?…… he ……?……… it……?…… we …….?…… you ……..?……… they …….?2. Write the 3rdperson singular of the verbs and put them inthe correct column.Fix write catch fly carry buy push brush dressenjoy study worry play try dance go TalkMaterial creado por MPD 32
  • 33. hurry play-s -es -ies3. Complete the sentences with the present simple. Thenwrite the negative and the interrogative form and theshort answer.a. You study English on Sundays (study)N: You don’t study English on SundaysI: Do you study English on Sundays?SA: Yes, I do / No, I don’tb. My sister ……………………. football. (play)N:…………………………………….I:……………………………………..SA:.........................................c. My family ………………….. in England (live)N:…………………………………….I:……………………………………..SA:.........................................d. I ………………..TV every morning. (match)N:…………………………………….I:……………………………………..SA:.........................................e. We ………………. French at home (speak)N:…………………………………….Material creado por MPD 33
  • 34. I:……………………………………..SA:.........................................f. My dad………………. to work by taxi. (go)N:…………………………………….I:……………………………………..SA:.........................................VOCABULARY: ADJECTIVES• Study the vocabulary.Big = grande small= pequeñoFast = rápido slow = lentoFat = gordo thin = delgadoLong = largo short = cortoTall = alto short = bajoNew = nuevo old = viejo, antiguoHappy = feliz sad = tristeClean = limpio dirty = sucioPretty = guapo ugly =feo1. Circle the correct word according to the picture.young / old thin / fat long / short fast / slowfase / slow big / small big / small pretty / uglyMaterial creado por MPD 34
  • 35. 2. Match the opposites.1. happy2. fast3. big4. old5. clean6. long7. fat8. pretty.….a.ugly.….b.short.….c. slow.….d.sad.….e.small.….f. dirty.….g. new.….h. thin3.Circle the adjective in the sentences. Then translate thesentences into Spanish.a. My house is small.Mi casa es pequeña.b. My room is very big.c. I like my pretty room.d. My father is tall.e. The child is short.f. I have got a new computer.g. You have got a fat cat.READING1. Read the text and circle the correct answers.Laura lives in a house near London with hermother, father and two brothers. Her father is adoctor and he works at the local hospital. HerMaterial creado por MPD 35
  • 36. mother has got a shop in the centre of town andshe sells jewellery. Laura’s brothers are twins.They are fourteen years old.Laura is in her last year at school. She is studyinghard, but she has still got time for her favouritehobby, painting pictures. She paints pictures ofanimals and people. She has got many pictures, soshe takes her paintings to a fair. People come tolook at her pictures and many people like them.Laura is very surprised and pleased when sheselds pictures. Now she wants to study art atuniversity next year.1. Laura lives ...f. near London b. in London2. There are ... people in Laura’s family.e. four b. five3. Laura’s mother has got a ...a. hospital b. shop4. Laura is a student at ...a. school b. university5. Laura paints pictures of ...a. trees and animals b. people and animals6. She takes her pictures to a ...a. fair b. school7. Does she seld pictures?a. Yes, she does b.No, she doesn’t8. Laura wants to study ... at universitya. animals b. artWRITING1. Write a composition about you. Use theadjectives you learnt. These questionscan help you: What is your name? How old are you?Material creado por MPD 36
  • 37.  Where do you live? Are you tall or short? Are you fat or thin? Are you pretty or ugly? Have you got any brothers or sisters? What is your mother/father name? Have you got any pets? What free-time activities do you like?Material creado por MPD 37
  • 38. VOCABULARY: SPORTS• Study the vocabulary (sports and action verbs)Sports = deportesAerobics = aeróbic basketball = baloncestoCycling = ciclismo football= fútbolRugby= rugby skateboarding = montar en monopatínSwimming = natación tennis = tenisAction verbs = verbos de accionesClimb= escalar kick = dar una patadaJump= saltar run = correrWatch= ver, mirar, observar shout= gritarPlay= jugar, tocar un instrumentoRide = montar en bici/ caballoPlan = planear1. Write the name of the sports according to the pictures.…………………. …………………. …………………. ………………….…………………. ……………….. …………………….. …………………..Material creado por MPD 38
  • 39. 2. Write the verbs according to the pictures.……………… ……… the guitar …………………..……… the ball ……………. …………………….3. Draw a picture for each action.a. The girl watchs tv b. The children play footballc. The man swims d. The man plays the piano.Material creado por MPD 39
  • 40. PRESENT CONTINUOUS• Usamos el “present continuous” para diferentes cosas: Para hablar de cosas que están pasando en el momentode hablar.I am reading = Yo estoy leyendo Para hablar de cosas que suceden alrededor del momentode hablar y que NO son habituales.I am playing football this week = Estoy jugando alfútbol esta semana (quiere decir que no siempre juego alfútbol y no se refiere a que esté jugando ahora mismo)• El “present continuous” se construye con el verbo “to be” + elverbo que queremos conjugar terminado en -ing Afirmativo:Sujerto + verbo “to be” en presente + verbo con –ing Negativo:Sujeto + verbo “to be” con “not” + verbo con -ing Interrogativo:Verbo “to be” + sujeto + verbo con –ing + ? Respuesta corta:Yes , pronombre de sujeto + verbo “to be”No, pronombre de sujeto + verbo “to be” en negativo (siemprecontracto)• Estudia el “present continuous” en inglés.Affirmative NegativeI am workingYou are workingHe is workingShe is workingIt is workingWe are workingYou are workingThey are workingI am not working = I’m not workingYou are not working = You aren’t workingHe is not working = He isn’t workingShe is not working = She isn’t workingIt is not working = It isn’t workingWe are not working = We aren’t workingYou are not working = You aren’t workingThey are not working = They aren’t workingQuestion Short answerAm I working?Are you working?Is he working?Is she working?Is it working?Are we working?Are you working?Are they working?Yes, you are / No, you aren’tYes, I am / No, I’m notYes, he is / No, he isn’tYes, she is / No, she isn’tYes, it is / No, it isn’tYes, you are / No, you aren’tYes, we are / No, we aren’tYes, they are / No, they aren’tMaterial creado por MPD 40
  • 41. • Estudia las reglas ortográficas para añadir –ing al verbo. La mayoría de los verbos añaden –ing directamente a laforma base del verbo.Walk → walkingRead → reading Los verbos que acaban en –e muda, pierden la –e antes deañadir –ing.Live → living Los verbos de una sílaba que acaban en consonante +vocal + consonante, doblan la consonante antes de añadir–ing.Run → runningSit → sitting Los verbos de 2 sílabas, acentuada la última, doblan laconsonante final antes de añadir –ingRefer → referringBegin → beginning Los verbos que acaban en una –l, doblan la l antes deañadir –ingTravel → travelling Los verbos que acaban en –ie, cambian estas dos letras poruna “y” antes de añadir –ing.Die → dyingLie → lying1. Circle the correct option.a. You is shouting / are shouting at me.b. My parents am planning / are planning a party.c. My friends is riding / are riding our bicycles at the moment.d. Lisa is dancing / am dancing.e. Amy and you is reading / are reading a book.2. Write the –ing form of these verbs.a. hit hittingb. hold ……………………c. sleep ……………………d. make ……………………e. go ……………………f. dive ……………………g. run ……………………h. leave ……………………i. say ……………………Material creado por MPD 41
  • 42. j. shop ……………………k. eat ……………………l. see ……………………m. carry ……………………n. sit ……………………o. begin ……………………p. sing ……………………q. plan ……………………r. dance ……………………s. fix ……………………3. Complete the sentences with the present continuous. Then write thenegative, question and the short answers.a. My brother is lying (lie) on his bed now.My brother isn’t lying on his bed now.Is my brother lying on his bed now?Yes, he is / No, he isn’tb. My uncle and aunt ……………….. (visit) Paris.c. Mum …………….. (drive) home now.d. I …………………. (try) to listen to the radio.e. Take and umbrella. It …………………. (rain)f. Nick …………………….. (ride) his bike nowMaterial creado por MPD 42
  • 43. PARTS OF THE BODY• Study the parts of the body in English.Arm = brazo ear= orejaEye = ojo foot =pieHair =pelo hand= manoHead = cabeza leg= piernaMouth= boca nose= nariz1. Write the name of the part of the body.…………………….. …………….. …………. ………………….……………….. …………… ………………. …………….2. Find the parts of the body that you have got in your head.legearhandeyefootarmmouthnoseMaterial creado por MPD 43
  • 44. ANIMALS• Study the names of the animals in English.Ant= hormiga bee =abejaDuck= pato frog= ranaLion= león mouse= ratónRabbit= conejo squirrel= ardillaBear = oso bird= pájaroDog= perro cat= gatoParrot = loro tiger= tigre1. Write the names of the animals.…………………. …………… ………….. …………….………………….. ………………….. ………………………..…………….. ………………. ……………. …………………..Material creado por MPD 44
  • 45. CAN• Usamos el verbo modal “can” para expresar lo que “podemos” o“somos capaces” “sabemos” hacer.• Un verbo “modal” es un verbo especial en inglés que no utilizaauxiliares para hacer la forma negativa e interrogativa. Sehacen las negaciones e interrogaciones de forma parecida alverbo “to be”.Negativo: cannot (sin espacio) = can’tInterrogativo: Can + sujeto + ?• El verbo modal “can” suele ir acompañado de otros verbos queexpresan lo que “podemos” “sabemos” hacer. Ese verbo siempreen infinitivo.I can play the guitar = Yo sé tocar la gitarraI can jump = Yo puedo saltarI can speak English = Yo sé hablar inglés• Estudia el verbo modal “can”.• : el verbo modal “can” NUNCA lleva “s” de tercerapersona.Affirmative NegativeI can jumpYou can jumpHe can jumpShe can jumpIt can jumpWe can jumpYou can jumpThey can jumpI cannot jump = I can’t jumpYou cannot jump = You can’t jumpHe cannot jump = He can’t jumpShe cannot jump = She can’t jumpIt cannot jump = It can’t jumpWe cannot jump = We can’t jumpYou cannot jump = You can’t jumpThey cannot jump = They can’t jumpQuestion Short answerCan I jump?Can you jump?Can he jump?Can she jump?Can it jump?Can we jump?Can you jump?Can they jump?Yes, you can / No, you can’tYes, I can / No, I can’tYes, he can / No, he can’tYes, she can / No, she can’tYes, it can / No, it can’tYes, you can / No, you can’tYes, we can / No, we can’tYes, they can / No, they can’tMaterial creado por MPD 45
  • 46. 1. Complete the chart with the modal verb “can”.AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI can workYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………They……………..I …………..You can’t workHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………They…………..Can I work?…. You....?……. he.......?…… she..........?….. it.........?…... we......?….. you..........?…… they.......?2. Circle the correct option.a. My dad only speaks Spanish. He can /can’t speakFrench.b. Frogs can /can’t jumpc. Mary doesn’t want to go to the swimming pool becauseshe can / can’t swim.d. Rabits can /can’t run.3. Read the text.Newborn babies can taste and smell but they can’t seeclearly. They cannot focus their eyes.A baby gorilla can focus at about two weeks. It can crawl atnine weeks and it can walk in two legs at about ninemonths.What can we do? Babies can focus at about six months, theycan crawl at nine months an they can walk at about oneyear.At one year, babies can also say one or two words and theycan understand words. What about gorillas? Can theyunderstand words?Material creado por MPD 46
  • 47. 4. What can they do? Thick () or cross ().a. At ten months, a baby can crawl. b. At seven months, a baby can walk. c. At ten months, a gorilla can walk. 5. Thick the correct answer about babies at nine months.Can they crawl?Yes, they can. No, they can’t. 6. Complete the sentences about babies at nine months........................... .......................... they do?They .......................... crawl. They .......................... walk........................... they run?No, they ..........................7. What can children and gorillas do at ten years? Writesentences with the words below.a. read b, write c. climb treesd. run e. use a telephonea. Children can read.Gorillas can’t read.b. .......................................................................................................................................................c. .......................................................................................................................................................d. .......................................................................................................................................................Material creado por MPD 47
  • 48. e. .......................................................................................................................................................8. Ask questions about the people in the pictures withthese words.dance play tennis ride a bike singdrive a car swima. b. c.d. e. f.a. Can he drive a car?b. ..............................................................................c. ..............................................................................d. ..............................................................................e. ..............................................................................f. ..............................................................................9. Write short answers to the questions in exercise 7.a. Yes, he can.b. ..............................................................................c. ..............................................................................d. ..............................................................................e. ..............................................................................f. ..............................................................................Material creado por MPD 48
  • 49. MUST / MUSTN’T• “Must” es un verbo modal (como “can”).• Usamos “must” con otro verbo en infinitivo para hablar dedeberes u “obligaciones”• Usamos “mustn’t” para hablar de prohibiciones.• No tiene infinitivo (“to must” no existe) ni tercera persona desingular (no lleva –s de tercera persona)• : el verbo modal “must” NUNCA lleva “s” de tercerapersona.• Estudia el verbo modal. Por ahora no usaremos la formainterrogativa.Affirmative NegativeI must studyYou must studyHe must studyShe must studyIt must studyWe must studyYou must studyThey must studyI mustn’t shoutYou mustn’t shoutHe mustn’t shoutShe mustn’t shoutIt mustn’t shoutWe mustn’t shoutYou mustn’t shoutThey mustn’t shout1. Complete the chart:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVEI must workYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………I …………..You mustn’t workHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………Material creado por MPD 49
  • 50. They…………….. They…………..2. Complete the sentences with “must” or “mustn’t”.a. We ........................... watch too much tv!b. Students ...................... study for the exams.c. We ...................... use mobile phones in class.d. You ..................... run in the corridors.e. My mother ...................... be late for work.f. Paul ...................... take my dog for a walk every day3. Look at the class rules. Write sentences with must ormustn’t.a. Don’t be late!We mustn’t be late.b. Don’t eat in class!..............................................................................c. Remember to bring a pen!..............................................................................d. Work hard!..............................................................................e. Don’t drink in class!..............................................................................f. Do your homework every day!..............................................................................Material creado por MPD 50
  • 51. THE HOUSE• Study the rooms and the furniture in English.Room = habitaciónBathroom = baño Bedroom = dormitorioDining room= comedo living room = salónKitchen = cocina hall= vestíbulo, entradaFurniture= mueblesBed= cama chair =sillaCupboard= armario sofa= sofáArmchair= sillón table= mesaDesk= escritorio, mesa de trabajo lamp= lámpara1. Write the words in the correct column.Dining room * bed * cupboard * sofa * bedroom * kitche * hall *Living room * desk * chair * bedroom * bathroom * tableRooms FurnitureMaterial creado por MPD 51
  • 52. PROFESSIONS• Study the professions in English.Actor =actor Actress =actrizDancer= bailarín driver= conductorDrummer=batería (persona) guitarist= guitarristaPhotographer= fotógrafo police officer= policíaTeacher= profesor taxi driver= taxistaDoctor= médico soldier= soldadoartist= artista• : recuerda que cuando hablamos de la profesiónde una persona (sólo para singular) debemos poner “a” o“an” delante de la palabra.I am a docto = Soy médicoShe is a police officer = Ella es policíaMy couisn is an actor = Mi primo es actorPero: They are police officers = Son policías.1. Write the professions according to the pictures.2. Write sentences about the pictures.a. He is a police officerb. They ............................................c. .......................................................d. .......................................................Material creado por MPD 52
  • 53. PAST: TO BE• Estudia el pasado del verbo “to be”• Recuerda que traducimos el verbo “to be” como “era” “fui”o “estuve” etc.• El pasado del “to be” tiene dos formas: “was” para laprimera y tercera persona de singular ( I, you, he, she, it) y“were” para la segunda persona del singular y el plural (you,we, they)Affirmative NegativeI wasYou wereHe wasShe wasIt wasWe wereYou wereThey wereI was not = I wasn’tYou were not = You weren’tHe was not = He wasn’tShe was not = She wasn’tIt was not = It wasn’tWe were not = We weren’tYou were not = You weren’tThey were not = They weren’tQuestion Short answerWas I ?Were you?Was he?Was she?Was it?Were we?Were you ?Were they?Yes, you were/ No, you weren’tYes, I was / No, I wasn’tYes, I was / No, I wasn’tYes, I was / No, I wasn’tYes, I was / No, I wasn’tYes, you were/ No, you weren’tYes, we were/ No, we weren’tYes, they were/ No, they weren’t1. Complete the sentences with “was” or “were”.a. I .................... at home last nightb. We ............... at the cinema last weekc. My mother .................... at work yersterdayd. The students .................... in London last summere. July and Paul .................. at a concert last weekf. Tom ........................... in Madrid last monthMaterial creado por MPD 53
  • 54. 2. Write the sentences in exercise 1 in the negative, question and shortanswer forms.a. N: I wasn’t at home last nightQ: Was I at home last night?SA: Yes, you were / No, you weren’tb. N: ..................................................................Q: ..................................................................SA: .................................................................c. N: ..................................................................Q: ..................................................................SA: .................................................................d. N: ..................................................................Q: ..................................................................SA: .................................................................e. N: ..................................................................Q: ..................................................................SA: .................................................................f. N: ..................................................................Q: ..................................................................SA: .................................................................3. Complete the questions with “was” or “were” and then circle theanswer that is true for you.a. ................... you at the cinema last night?Yes, I was / No, I wasn’tb. ................... your friends at school yesterday?Yes, they were / No, they weren’tc. ................... your mother happy last weekend?Yes, she was / No, she wasn’td. ................... it sunny last week?Yes, it was / No, it wasn’te. ................... your parents at work yesterday?Yes, they were / No, they weren’tf. ................... your teachers at the theatre las Sunday?Yes, they were / No, they weren’tMaterial creado por MPD 54
  • 55. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS• Study the musical instruments in English.Drums= batería Flute= flautaGuitar= guitarra keyboard= tecladoPiano= piano saxophone= saxofónViolin= violín1. Write the names of the musical instruments....................... ..................... .................... ..............................…………………. …………………. ……………………Reading and writing1. Write the text again using capital letters.john lennon was born in october 1945, in liverpool, England. he was aguitarrist in the band, the beatles. his first solo album was imagine. hisdeath was in 8thdecembre, 1980, in new york.John Lennon was ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Material creado por MPD 55
  • 56. PAST SIMPLE• Usamos el “past simple” para hablar de acciones en pasado.• Hay dos formas de hacer las oraciones afirmativas:Verbos regulares: añadimos –ed al la forma base.Verbos irregulares: usamos la 2ª columna de la lista de verbosirregulares.• Usamos el auxiliar “did” para las formas negativas, interrogativasy las respuestas cortasNegativa: did not = Sujeto +didn’t + verbo en infinitivoQuestion: Did + sujeto+ verbo en infinitivo + ?Short answer: Yes, pronombre de sujeto + didNo, pronombre de sujeto + didn’t• : Recuerda que cuando usamos un AUXILIAR en unafrase, el verbo al que “auxilia” siempre va en infinitivo.• Estudia el pasado de los verbos en inglés.REGULAR VERBSAffirmative NegativeI workedYou workedHe workedShe workedIt workedWe workedYou workedThey workedI did not work = I didn’t workYou did not work = You didn’t workHe did not work = He didn’t workShe did not work = She didn’t workIt did not work = It didn’t workWe did not work = We didn’t workYou did not work = You didn’t workThey did not work = They didn’t workQuestion Short answerDid I work?Did you work?Did he work?Did she work?Did it work?Did we work?Did you work?Did they work?Yes, you did / No, you didn’tYes, I did / No, I didn’tYes, he did / No, he didn’tYes, she did / No, she didn’tYes, it did / No, it didn’tYes, you did / No, you didn’tYes, we did / No, we didn’tYes, they did / No, they didn’tMaterial creado por MPD 56
  • 57. • Estudia las reglas ortográficas para añadir –ed a la forma basede los verbos regulares. La mayoría de los verbos añaden –ed a la forma base.Walk → walkedLook → looked Si el verbo acaba en “e” muda, sólo añade –dLive → lived Los verbos de una sílaba que acaban en consonante +vocal + consonate, doblan la consonante final antes deañadir -edStop → stoppedRob → robbed Los verbos de dos sílabas acentudos en la última sílaba,doblan la consonante final antes de añadir –edPrefer → preferredPermit → permitted Los verbos que acaban en “l” doblan esa letra antes deañadir –edTravel → travelled Los verbos que acaban en consonante + y cambian la “y”por “i” antes de añadir –edCarry → carriedStudy → studiedIRREGULAR VERBSAffirmative NegativeI brokeYou brokeHe brokeShe brokeIt brokeWe brokeYou brokeThey brokeI did not break = I didn’t breakYou did not break = You didn’t breakHe did not break = He didn’t breakShe did not break = She didn’t breakIt did not break = It didn’t breakWe did not break = We didn’t breakYou did not break = You didn’t breakThey did not break = They didn’t breakQuestion Short answerDid I break?Did you break?Did he break?Did she break?Did it break?Did we break?Did you break?Yes, you did / No, you didn’tYes, I did / No, I didn’tYes, he did / No, he didn’tYes, she did / No, she didn’tYes, it did / No, it didn’tYes, you did / No, you didn’tYes, we did / No, we didn’tMaterial creado por MPD 57
  • 58. Did they break? Yes, they did / No, they didn’t1. Complete the chart:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI wasYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………They……………..I …………..You weren’tHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………They…………..Was I?………. You?…………. He?………… She?……….. It?………... We?…………….. You?…………… They?2. Complete the table:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI workedYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………They……………..I …………..You didn’t workHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………They…………..Did I work?…… You ……?…… He ……?…… She ……?…… It ……?…… We……?…… You ……?…… They ……?3. Complete the table:AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI brokeYou …………He…………..She ……………It …………..We………………You…………I …………..You didn’t breakHe…………….She …………It ……………We…………….You……………Did I break?…… You ……?…… He ……?…… She ……?…… It ……?…… We……?…… You ……?Material creado por MPD 58
  • 59. They…………….. They………….. …… They ……?4. Complete the sentences. Use the past simple form of thisregular verbs.carry practise stop study travel worka. The train .......................... at all the stations.b. I .......................... the piano every day lastweek.c. My family and I .......................... to Italy lastsummer.d. She .......................... very hard for her exams.e. I .......................... my grandma’s shopping bagsfor her.f. My grandad .......................... as a bus driverwhen he was young.5. Write the regular verbs in the correct columnaccording to the -edRob * live * play * study * stop * bake * plan * carry *like * walk * die * step * reply * wait * try * stay1. talk –talked 2. drop-dropped 3. cry-cried 4. change-changed6. Look at the past simple forms. Write the base forms(infinitive) of the irregular verbs.a. met  ..........................b. had  ..........................c. left  ..........................d. made  ..........................e. became  ..........................f. won  ..........................g. found  ..........................Material creado por MPD 59
  • 60. h. went  ..........................i. write  ..........................j. was/were  ..........................7. Complete the text. Use the past simple affirmative os thisverbs. (Be careful! Some are regular; some are irregular).chat do go have leavemeet sleep walk watchYesterday evening (1) ............... dinner at seven o’clock.Then I (2) ............... my homework and (3) ............... TV. I(4) ............... my friends ay eight o’clock at the disco. I(5) ............... with my friends and danced. We (6) ...............the disco at eleven o’clock. Unfortunately we missed the lastbus so we (7) ............... home. I (8) ............... to bed aymidnight. I was very tired so I (9) ............... very well.8. Complete the sentences. Use be, past simple affirmativeor negative.a. I ............... at home. I was in town.b. We ............... in the living room, not in the kitchen.c. I saw John in the park. He ............... at school.d. They ............... in England last July. They went to theUSA.e. He had an enormous pizza for lunch so he ...............hungry at dinner time.f. The music ............... very loud so I couldn’t sleep.9. Put the words in the correct order to make questions.Then write true answers.a. you / at 11.00 p.m. last night / were / in bed ?..............................................................................b. You / at school / and your friends / at three o’clockyesterday afternoon / were ?..............................................................................Material creado por MPD 60
  • 61. c. At six o’clock yesterday evening / were / at home /you?..............................................................................d. Your teacher / was / in the classroom / at thebeginning of the lesson ?..............................................................................10. Complete the sentences using the past simplenegative of these verbs.eat go listen play se studya. We ............... football this morning because theweather was bad.b. I ............... that sandwich because I don’t like cheese.c. We ............... Italian last year, but it’s my favouritesubject this year.d. I ............... that programme. Was it good?e. She ............... to school las Friday because she wa ill.f. They ............... to the teacher in class.11. Make these sentences negative.a. I bought a T-shirt yesterday...........................................................b. She had pasta for lunch...........................................................c. He met his friend in the park...........................................................d. Cervantes wrote Hamlet...........................................................e. England won the Football World Cup in 2002............................................................f. I left home early this morning............................................................12. Write questions and answers about Jack’sweekend. Use the past simple.Material creado por MPD 61
  • 62. Jack’s weekend1. surf the internet 2. read magazines 3. play computer games 4. listen to music 5. go shopping 6. play football Did Jack surf the Internet? Yes, he did...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................13. Complete the questions for these answers. Usethe past simple.a. What did you do yesterday?I went shopping in London?b. What ............... ?I bought some clothes.c. Where ............... ?I had lunch in Soho. I saw some famous people.d. Who ............... ?I saw Robbie Williams and Geri Halliwell.e. When ............... ?I got home at eight o’clock.f. What time ............... ?I went to bed at ten o’clock.VOCABULARY: FEELINGS• Study the vocabulary.Angry= enfadado frightened= asustadoexcited= entusiasmado/ ilusionado/ emocionadohappy= feliz sad = tristetired= cansado relaxed= relajadoMaterial creado por MPD 62
  • 63. worried= preocupado hungry = hambriento1. Match column A with column B.A Ba. Today is Jane’s birthday ....... a. He is sadb. Tom’s dog died. ....... b. Now, he’s tiredc. Dave doesn’t like dark places ........ c. Now, he’s hungryd. Barbara didn’t sleep well last night ........ d. He is frightenede. Andy didn’t have breakfast .. a... e. She is excitedCLOTHES• Study the names of the clothes in English.Coat = abrigo dress= vestidoHat = sombrero jacket= chaqueta, cazadoraJeans= pantalones vaqueros shirt= camisaShoe= zapato sock= calcetínSweater= jersey, sudadera T-shirt= camisetaTrousers= pantalones skirt= faldaTrainers = zapatillas de deporte cap= gorraBoots= botas1. Describe what the people is wearing. Use the present continuous. (Ifyou can’t see the colours, imagine them).She is wearing a pink dress and purple shoes.He is wearing a blue T-shirt, a blue cap and black shoes.……………………………………………………………………………….Material creado por MPD 63
  • 64. ……………………………………………………………………….………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………She is wearing ……………………………………………………………………….They …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Material creado por MPD 64
  • 65. TO BE GOING TO• Usamos “be going to” + un verbo en infinitivo para hablar deplanes de futuro.• Podemos traducirlo como “voy a…. “, etc.• Se conjuga con el verbo “to be” en presente.• Estudia el tiempo “to be going to” en inglés.Affirmative NegativeI am going to workYou are going to workHe is going to workShe is going to workIt is going to workWe are going to workYou are going to workThey are going to workI am not going to work = I’m not going to workYou are not going to work = You aren’t going to workHe is not going to work = He isn’t going to workShe is not going to work = She isn’t going to workIt is not going to work = It isn’t going to workWe are not going to work = We aren’t going to workYou are not going to work = You aren’t going to workThey are not going to work = They aren’t going to workQuestion Short answerAm I going to work?Are you going to work?Is he going to work?Is she going to work?Is it going to work?Are we going to work?Are you going to work?Are they going to work?Yes, you are / No, you aren’tYes, I am / No, I’m notYes, he is / No, he isn’tYes, she is / No, she isn’tYes, it is / No, it isn’tYes, you are / No, you aren’tYes, we are / No, we aren’tYes, they are / No, they aren’t1. Circle the correct form.a. You is going / are going to have lunch soon.b. David is going / are going to do his homework later.c. Mary and I is going / are going to write an e-mail tonight.d. Peter am going / is going to buy a new car next week.e. I am going / is going to study for an exam tonight.f. Sandra and Adam is going / are going to have a party nextweekend.Material creado por MPD 65
  • 66. 2. Complete the sentences with “be going to” and the verbs inbrackets.a. The children ..................................................... (go) to the parktomorrow.b. The child ...................................................(eat) an apple this evening.c. You ................................................. (meet) Lisa in London.d. Lucas ............................................... (phone) his aunt soon.e. Peter and I ......................................... (ride) our bikes.f. My parents ......................................... (visit) a castle tomorrow.g. My mother .......................................... (prepare) dinner.3. Write the sentences in exercise 2 in negative, question and shortanswer.a. N: The children ...............................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................b. N: The child......................................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................c. N: .....................................................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................d. N: .....................................................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................e. N: .....................................................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................f. N: .....................................................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................g. N: .....................................................................Q: .....................................................................SA: ...................................................................4. Write questions with “be going to” and the verbs in brackets. Thenanswer the question. Give true answers for you.a. ....................... you ............................. (fly) to London tomorrow?Answer: ..........................................................b. ................... your teacher ......................................... (give) you a testnext week?Material creado por MPD 66
  • 67. Answer: ...........................................................c. ........................... your friends .................................. (travel) to Francethis summer?Answer: ..................................................................d. ........................ you .................................... (clean) your room later?Answer: ...................................................................e. ......................... your dad .............................. (go) to a party thisweekend?Answer: ....................................................................5. Write a composition about your plans for the summer.This summer, I am going to ...Material creado por MPD 67
  • 68. GEOGRAPHY• Study the vocabulary about geography.Forest= bosque hill= colinaLake= lago mountain= montañaRiver= río sea= mar1. Write the names of the places.………………….. ………………………… ……………………..………………… ……………………… ……………………2. Write the words in the correct column.Forest * river* hil * lake * sea* mountainLand WaterMaterial creado por MPD 68

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