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Aca f16 actividades - plan de apoyo apa 10 mos ready

  1. 1. ÁREA/ASIGNATURA INGLÉS PERIODO 1 2 x 3 FINAL DOCENTE JHON D’LEON AÑO 2015 GRADO 10 mos ESTUDIANTE GRUPO El trabajo que realizarás corresponde a los temas- competencias vistas/trabajadas durante el Segundo Periodo. Las condiciones para recibir este trabajo son: 1. Presentado y/o / enviado- entregado a: Jhon Alexander D’leon Palacios 2. De acuerdo con el SIE la nota para el periodo una vez aprobada la actividad será TRES (3.0) DESEMPEÑO BÁSICO TRABAJO ESCRITO 40% SUSTENTACIÓN 60% FECHAS DE RECEPCIÓN DE TRABAJOS FECHA DE PRESENTACIÓN Agosto 10 al 14/ 2015 Según horario programado para cada asignatura COORDINACION ACADÉMICA entre abril 27 al 29 PLAN DE APOYO: ACTIVIDADES A REALIZAR : Simple Present He 1. Si termina Y después de consonante se le cambia por –ies She 2. si termina en o-x-z-ch-ss- sh- se le agrega es He 3. si no cumple la regla 1 y 2 se le agrega stermine en lo que termine 1. If the verb ends in y before a consonant change to i and add -es:  study – studies  copy – copies 2. If the verb ends in -ss, -sh, -ch, -x or -o, add -es to the base form:  kiss - kisses  finish - finishes  watch - watches  mix - mixes  go – goes 3. When the verbs doesn’t have the rules 1 and 2 only give one s  play - pays  Speak – speaks He does She It doesn’t I You do We don’t They 1. He speaks Spanish 2. He doesn't speak Spanish. 3. Does he speak English?
  2. 2. Affirmative Negative Interrogative I play very good I do not play very good Do I play very good? you play very good You do not play very good Do you play very good? He plays very good He does not play very good Does He play very good? She plays very good She does not play very good Does She play very good? It plays very good It does not play very good Does It play very good? We play very good We do not play very good Do We play very good? Singular or Plural? Fill the gaps with the correct form of the nouns (singular or plural). They ate some (tomato)______________ . You can put (sugar)____________________ in your tea. We have to buy new (furniture)__________________ . I need to wash my (hair)__________________ . How many (people) _________________ were at the cinema with you? Could you give some (information) _________________ on your project? In this hotel, (family)__________________ are very welcome. Those (man)_____________________ seem to be very tired. Present Continuos Cuando se quiere expresar una acción que sigue ejecutándose al momento en que se enuncia, se emplea el tiempo Presente Continuo (Present progresivo). 1. La forma en que se conjuga este tiempo es bastante simple: 2. Se usa el verbo to be conjugado en presente 3. Se le agrega -ing, al verbo principal 4. Antes de agregarle ing al verbo debemos tener en cuenta lo siguiente: a- todos lo verbo deben terminan en ing ej, work - trabajar - working – trabajando b- si el verbo termina en la vocal E se la suprimimos antes de agregarle ing Ejemplo- dance – bailar - bailando c- si el verbo termina en consonante vocal consonante se le repite la última consonante antes de agregarle ing d- si el verbo termina en ie se le cambian por y antes de agregarle ing ej: lie mentir lying mintiendo
  3. 3. Positive Negative Question I am speaking. You are speaking. We are speaking. They are speaking. He is speaking. She is speaking. It is speaking. I am not speaking. You are not speaking. We are not speaking. They are not speaking. He is not speaking. She is not speaking. It is not speaking. Am I speaking? Are you speaking? Are we speaking? Are they speaking? Is he speaking? Is she speaking? Is it speaking? Simple Future Forms Will rè – ràs - rà Won’t remos – ràn Para formar el futuro simple en inglès se le antepone la palabra will al verbo principal o won’t se es negativa Positive Negative Question I will help. Yo a ayudaré You will help. Tù ayudaràs We will help. They will help. He will help. She will help. It will help. I will not help. Yo no ayudarè You will not help. We will not help. They will not help. He will not help. She will not help. It will not help. Will I help? Will you help? Will we help? Will they help? Will he help? Will she help? Will it help? I will be in London in two hours. Estaré en Londres en dos horas. We will go to France next month. Iremos a Francia el mes que viene.
  4. 4. Futuro próximo voy – vas- va Be Going to- Vamos – van Para formar el futuro próximo se debe usar el verbo to be en presente de acuerdo al sujeto o pronombre como auxiliar se guido de la expresión going to Positive Negative Questions I am going to leave. You are going to leave. We are going to leave. They are going to leave. He is going to leave. She is going to leave. It is going to leave. I am not going to leave. You are not going to leave. We are not going to leave. They are not going to leave. He is not going to leave. She is not going to leave. It is not going to leave. Am I going to leave? Are you going to leave? Are we going to leave? Are they going to leave? Is he going to leave? Is she going to leave? Is it going to leave? 1. Completar estas frases (afirmativas) Tomorrow I/do/homeowork................................................................................. 2. At the weekend I/clean/the house.................................................................... 3. On Monday I/go swimming.............................................................................. Completar estas frases (negativas) I/watch TV/this evening................................................................................... 4. He/buy/a new car............................................................................................. You/meet/friends/this evening......................................................................? 5. She/have a baby................................................................................................?
  5. 5. Prepositions of Time: at, in, on The preposition AT is used in the following descriptions of time: With clock times: • My last train leaves at 10:30. • We left at midnight. With specific times of day, or mealtimes: He doesn’t like driving at night. I’ll go shopping at lunchtime. I like to read the children a story at bedtime. With festivals: • Are you going home at Christmas/Easter? In certain fixed expressions which refer to specific points in time: She’s working at the moment. I finish the course at the end of April. We arrived at the same time. The preposition IN is used in the following descriptions of time: With months, years, seasons, and longer periods of time: I was born in 1965. The pool is closed in winter. He was famous in the 1980’s. They’ve done work for me in the past. With periods of time during the day: He’s leaving in the morning. She usually has a sleep in the afternoon(s). I tried to work in the evening. To describe the amount of time needed to do something: They managed to finish the job in two weeks. You can travel there and back in a day. To indicate when something will happen in the future: The preposition ON is used in the following descriptions of time: With days of the week, and parts of days of the week: I’ll see you on Friday. She usually works on Mondays. We’re going to the theatre on Wednesday evening. With dates: The interview is on 29th April. He was born on February 14th 1995. With special days: She was born on Valentine’s day. We move house on Christmas. I have an exam on my birthday. Choose the best option in each sentence We spent the summer holiday ..... the seaside. a) in b) on c) at They work hard ..... the farm. a) in b) on c) at I always listen to music ..... the train. a) in b) on c) at
  6. 6. Wait for me ..... the main entrance! a) in b) on c) at We live ..... the first floor. a) in b) on c) at There are a lot of clouds ..... the sky today. a) in b) on c) at I love life ..... the country. It's so quiet and relaxed. a) in b) on c) at The books are ..... the shelf. Can you help me get them down? a) in b) on c) at The wallet is ..... my pocket. a) in b) on The secretary is working ..... her desk. a) in b) on c) at I met my best friend when I was ..... school. a) in b) on c) at I called but there was nobody ..... home. a) in b) on c) at He is standing ..... the platform. The train is late. a) in b) on c) at There is a lot of food ..... the fridge. We don't need to go shopping. a) in b) on c) at Simple Past Para usar otros verbos en este tiempo, se usa la forma del verbo en pasado simple, que es igual para todas las personas. La formación del pasado simple depende si el verbo es regular o irregular. Verbos regulares En el caso de los verbos regulares, el pasado simple se forma tomando el propio verbo y agregando "ed", o "d" si termina en vocal. Si termina en "y", se cambia por "ied". We played tennis for two hours. Jugamos tenis por dos horas. She arrived late. Llegó tarde. You studied a lot. Estudiaste mucho. Where did you go? ¿Dónde fuiste?
  7. 7. When did you go to London? ¿Cúando fuiste a Londres? La forma negativa se compone de la persona, seguido del auxiliar DID, seguido de NOT y el verbo en infinitivo. En lenguaje informal, puede usarse la forma contracta didn't. Simple past Verbo to have en Presente Simple Escriba la forma correcta del verbo que esta al final de la oración 1. The boy __________ an ice-cream.(have) 2. The girl __________ a cake. To (have) 3. The men _________ a football match on Saturday afternoon.(to have) 4. The woman _______ a cup of tea. (To have) 5. The girl __________ a new dress for the party. (To have) 6. They ____________ a holiday in Augustto (have) 7. I__________________ a blue car. (to have) 8. You_______________ a big house. (to have) 9. We _______________ a marvelous garden. (to have) 10. She_______________ blond hair. (to have) Afirmativos Interrogative Negativo I have – yo tengo Do I have? --- tengo yo? I don’t have —yo no tengo You have – tù tienes Do You have? – Tienes tù? You don’t have---tù no tengo He has—èl tiene Does He has ? tienes èl ? He does not have- èl no tiene She has --- ella tiene Does She has ? - tienes ella ? She does not have_ Ella no tiene It has --- eso tiene Does It has ?-- tiene eso? It does not have – eso no tiene We have - nosotros tenemos Do We have?tenemos nosotros ? We do not have - no tenemos You have--ustedes tienten Do You have?--ustedes tienten? You do not have—ustedes no tienen They have ---ellos (as) tienen Do They have?- ellos (as) tienen? They do not have—ellos (as) no tienen
  8. 8. Sustantivos Regulares e Irregulares 1. El plural regular Todos los sustantivos en inglès para pluralizarlos se les agrega una “s” añadida a la forma de singular de un sustantivo: house – houses dog – dogs. Los sustantivos que terminan en y después de una consonante y -- ies:  party – parties  baby – babies Importante: los sustantivos que acaban en vocal + y no sufren ningún cambio:  day – days  boy- boys  Los sustantivos que acaban en – sh, -ch, -s, -x o -z añaden la terminación “-es”:  church- churches;  brush – brushes;  box – boxes; buzz-buzzes Los sustantivos que acaban en – o tienen una forma de plural regular, con la marca “s”: photo – photos, piano- pianos. Importante: algunos sustantivos acabados en -o añaden la terminación “- es”: potato – potatoes; tomato – tomatoes; hero – heroes. 2. El plural irregular Algunos sustantivos acabados en –f (e) convierten la -f en una -v y añaden la marca “-es”:  half – halves;  knife – knives;  leaf – leaves;  life – lives;  shelf – shelves;  thief – thieves;  wife – wives;  wolf – wolves. Los sustantivos irregulares  child – children  foot – feet;  goose – geese;  man – men;  mouse – mice;  ox – oxen; What is the correct plural of the word?  These (person) _________________ are protesting against the president.  The (woman) _______________ over there want to meet the manager.  My (child)_______________ hate eating pasta.  I am ill. My (foot)______________ hurt.  Muslims kill (sheep) _______________ in a religious celebration.  I clean my (tooth)_____________ three times a day.  The (student )________________ are doing the exercise right now.  The (fish)____________________ I bought is in the fridge.  They are sending some (man)_______________ to fix the roof.  Most (houswife)________________ work more than ten hours a day at home.  Where did you put the (knife)_________________ ?  On the (shelf) .  (Goose)___________________ like water.  (Piano) ____________ are expensive  Some (policeman)_________________ came to arrest him.  Where is my (luggage)______________________ _ ?  In the car!
  9. 9. USO DELADJETIVO 1. Los adjetivos en inglés son la cualidad del nombre 2. Van antes del sustantivo 3. y no varían ni en genero ni en número English Spanish English Spanish English Spanish cold frió difficult difícil pretty guapa hot caliente easy fácil ugly feo big grande rich rico good bueno small pequeño poor pobre bad malo long largo cheap barato dangerous peligroso short corto expensive caro safe seguro angry enfadado beautiful bello clean limpio tidy ordenado boring aburrido dirty sucio untidy desordenado kind amable narrow estrecho exciting emocionante famous famoso wide ancho slow lento old viejo quiet silencioso fast rápido young joven noisy ruidoso fat gordo silly tonto full lleno thin delgado clever listo empty vacío 1. I have a big book --------------------- Tengo un libro grande 2. They have two blue cars . ----------------- ellos tienen dos carros azules 3. The small car is in the garage ------------ el carro pequeño esta en el garage 4. I have a nice laptop ----------------------- yo tengo un portatil bonito 5. She is a beautiful gilr ---------------------- ella es una chica Hermosa 6. They have an expensive house ------------ ellos tienen una casa costosa 7. We have some interesting toys------- nosotros tenemos unos juguetes interesantes 8. She has long hair ---------------------- elle tiene cabello largo 9. He is a young man--------------------- el es un hombre joven 10. You have nice eyes ------------------ tu tienes ojos bonitos
  10. 10. Present Perfect FORM [Has/have + past participle] Form (Forma) Para formar el presente perfecto, se usa el verbo auxiliar "to have" en el presente y el participio pasado del verbo. Para verbos regulares, el participio pasado es la forma simple del pasado. Subject Auxiliary Past Participle I, You, We, They have talked, learned, traveled... He, She, It has talked, learned, traveled... Structure (Estructura) 1. Affirmative Sentences (Frases afirmativas) EstructuraSujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to have") + participio pasado... I've talked to Peter. (He hablado con Peter.) She's gone to work. (Ha ido a su trabajo.) We've been to London. (Hemos ido a Londres.) They've learned English. (Han aprendido inglés.) 2. Negative Sentences (Frases negativas) Estructura: Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to have") + "not" + participio pasado... I haven't talked to Peter. (No he hablado con Peter.) She hasn't gone to work. (No ha ido a su trabajo.) We haven't been to London. (No hemos ido a Londres.) They haven't learned English. (No han aprendido inglés.) 3. Interrogative Sentences (Frases interrogativas) Estructura : Verbo auxiliar ("to have") + sujeto + participio pasado...? Have you talked to Peter? (¿Has hablado con Peter?) Has she gone to work? (¿Ha ido a su trabajo?) Have you been to London? (¿Has ido a Londres?)
  11. 11. Have they learned English? (¿Han aprendido inglés? 1. USTED ha Visto ESA PELICULA Muchas Veces. 2. El ha Visto ESA PELICULA Veinte Veces. 3. Las Personas Han viajado a la Luna. 4. ¿Ha leído el Libro? 5. El ha Estado en Francia en tres OCASIONES. 6. Nunca he viajado en tren. 7. JHON ha ESTUDIADO dos Lenguas Extranjeras. 8. Ha Crecido desde La Última Vez Que te vi. 9. El Gobierno ha Vuelto Más Interesados en la Educación Artística. 10. Nuestro Hijo ha aprendido a leer. 11. Los Médicos han curado las muchas enfermedades mortales. 12. La lluvia no ha Parado. 13. El Ejército ha Atacado ESA Ciudad 14. HEMOS Tenido MUCHOS Problemas Importantes. 15. Fui el año Pasado a México. 16. Ha Estado en Inglaterra Durante Seis Meses. BALANCED DIET To look and feel good, you need a balanced diet, for example, some people think it’s bad to eat carbohydrates, fat, or sugar. In fact you need all kind of foods, including fat. The food triangle shows what to eat every day. At the base of triangle and at the base of a good diet are carbohydrates, bread cereal, rice and pasta. Carbohydrates are low in fat and they give you energy. Eat six to ten servings of these a day. Next on the triangle are fruit and vegetables. These give you vitamins and they have antioxidants. Antioxidants can protect you from cancer and others serious health problems. Eat three or four servings of vegetables and two to four servings of fruit every day. For calcium and protein, eat two or three servings of dairy products milk, cheese, or yogurt every day. These foods maintain strong bones and normal blood pressure. Protein also comes from meats, fish, beans, eggs and nuts. These foods promote muscle development and protect you from anemia. Eat two or three servings of these high protein foods every day Finally at the top of the triangle are fat, oil and sugar. Don’t eat big quantities of these foods, but don’t eliminate them from your diet, fats help transport vitamins in your body, and sugar gives you energy. 1. Which foods give us protein? ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ______________________ 2. What food group forms the base of a good diet? ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ _______________________ 3. Which foods give us energy? ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ______________________ 4. Which foods have antioxidants? ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ______________________ 5. Which foods protect us from anemia?
  12. 12. ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ______________________ 6. Which foods help transport vitamins in the body? Complete las siguientes oraciones con la forma adecuada del verbo según el Sujeto 1. I (travel) ________________ to London every week 2. She (run) ________________ every Saturdays. 3. My mother (clean)________________the house. 4. You (be) _____________a good student. 5. Kelly (work) _______________ in a bank. 6. John (walk)__________________ to his office. 7. You (study) __________________ English at school. 8. The dog (break) _________________ the fence. 9. The car (be) ____________________ in the garage. 10. My father (have) ________________a nice coat. PRESENT SIMPLE VERBS 1. She ___ four languages. a. speak b. speaks 2. Jane is a teacher. She ___ French. a. teach b. teaches 3. When the kettle ___, will you make some tea? a. boil b. boils 4. I always ___ the window at night because it is cold. a. close b. closes 5. Those shoes ___ too much. a. cost b. costs 6. The food in Japan is expensive. It ___ a lot to live there. a. cost b. costs 7. His job is great because he ___ a lot of people. a. meet b. meets 8. He always ___ his car on Sundays. a. wash b. washes 9. My watch is broken and it ___ to be fixed again. a. need b. needs 10. I ___ to watch movies. a. love* b. loves 11. I ___ to the cinema at least once a week. a. go b. goes 12. They never ___ tea in the morning. a. drink b. drinks 13. We both ___ to the radio in the morning. a. listen b. listens 14. He ___ a big wedding. a. want b. wants 15. George ___ too much so he's getting fat. a. eat b. eats 16. The earth ___ round the sun, doesn't it? a. go b. goes
  13. 13. 17. The shops in England ___ at 9:00 in the morning. a. open b. opens 18. The post office ___ at 5:30 pm. a. close b. closes 19. Jackie ___ two children now. a. has b. have 20. Mr. Smith ___ too much. He always has a cigarette in his mouth. a. smoke b. smokes 21. When the phone ___, please answer it. a. ring b. rings PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE 1. I ____ (come) to class every day. 2. He ____ (clean) his car every Saturday. 3. We ____ (study) English every night after class. 4. She ____ (live) in Sydney. 5. You ____ (know) everyone in this street. 6. They ____ (like) eating at that restaurant. 7. We ____ (want) to see that movies. 8. He ____ (see) her every Sunday. 9. They ____ (sing) at the concert every year. 10. It ____ (rain) a lot here. The answers are: PRESENT SIMPLE QUESTIONS 1. You like cats. Do you like cats? 2. They help their parents a lot. Do they help their parents a lot? 3. Tom gets up at six o'clock. Does Tom get up at six o'clock? 4. She watches TV in the evenings. Does she watch TV in the evenings? 5. You play football. Do you play football? 6. They live in England. Do they live in England? 7. Jane goes to school. PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE 1. Bob ____ (go) to music class once a week. 2. She ____ (speak) four languages. 3. They ____ (feel) happy. 4. We only ____ (eat) vegetables. 5. I ____(play) tennis on Sundays. 6. The bus ____ (leave) at 4 o'clock. 7. You ____ (make) dinner every day. 8. Class ____ (start) at 9 o'clock. 9. He ____ (visit) his mother every weekend. 10. She ____ (begin) work early.
  14. 14. WORD ORDER - PRESENT TENSE For example: I / every day / him / see I see him every day. 1. house / have / I / a / big 2. I / am / to the beach / going 3. she / her friend / visits / after work every night 4. George / gives me / every morning / a call 5. we / every Saturday / to the movies / go 6. he / English / is studying / now 7. I / to the restaurant / go / every weekend 8. the newspaper / reads / always / Helen 9. the money / in his pocket / put / the man 10. Lilly / every day / a packet of cigarettes / smokes ESTRUCTURA DE LA ORACIÓN 1. ________________________ You, a beer, drink 2. ________________________ Drive, a car, we 3. ________________________ Don't, coffee, you, like? 4. ________________________ We, this book, like, don't 5. ________________________ He, in his bedroom, music, listens, to 6. ________________________ My homework, I, do, always 7. ________________________ You, to Paris, in June, go 8. ________________________ She, the beach, like, doesn't 9. ________________________ They, a car, in Madrid, bought 10. _______________________ Never, I, football, play PRESENT SIMPLE 1. _________________________ Yo voy al cine 2. _________________________ Yo no voy al cine 3. _________________________ ¿Voy yo al cine? 4. ________________________ Ella juega al tenis 5. ________________________ Ella no juega al tenis 6. ________________________ ¿Juega ella al tenis? 7. ________________________ Ellos viven en París 8. _________________________ Ellos no viven en Londres 9. __________________________ ¿Viven ellos en París? 10. __________________________ ¿Vamos nosotros a Nueva York?