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Workshop recuperación 10mos

  1. 1. PRESENT PERFECT 1. I ______in this city Yo he estado en esta ciudad 2. She _____anything. Ella no ha comido nada 3. We ____tennis. Nosotros hemos jugado al tenis 4. ______to the cinema? ¿Has ido al cine? 5. She ______this book. Ella no ha leído este libro 6. We _____at home. Nosotros hemos comido en casa 7. _____my sister? ¿Has visto tú a mi hermana? 8. The kids ______their homework Los niños han hecho sus deberes 9. We _____this film. Nosotros hemos visto esta película 10. _______a new car? ¿Te has comprado un coche nuevo? PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS 1. I _______a film. Yo he estado viendo una película 2. ______in the disco? ¿Ha estado ella bailando en la discoteca? 3. He _______with the umbrella. Él no ha estado jugando con el paraguas 4. _______with the computer? ¿Habéis estado trabajando con el ordenador? 5. She _______a book. Ella ha estado leyendo un libro 6. We _________ Nosotros no hemos estado peleando 7. _________________ ¿Has estado corriendo? 8. The kids ________music. Los niños han estado oyendo música 9. She ____________ Ella ha estado durmiendo 10. We ______TV. Nosotros no hemos estado viendo la tele PRESENT PERFECT 1. I ______ (read) this book twice. 2. They ______ (travel) all over the country. 3. Karen ______ (have) three car accidents this year. 4. He ______already ______ (do) his homework. 5. Nick ______ ever ______ (consider-negative) moving to Dallas. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson ______ (eat) at this restaurant several times. 7. John and I ______ (work) overtime three times this week. 8. Caroline ______ (write) to her mother twice this month.
  2. 2. 9. Derek ______ already ______ (give) Brenda the card. 10. Our team ______ever ______ (be-negative) in the playoffs. 11. Larry ______ (study) French in three different schools. 12. Jonathon ______ never ______ (borrow) money from me. 13. That construction company ______ (build) many houses in this neighborhood. 14. Cindy ______ (speak-negative) to her boss about the problem yet. 15. He ______ (quit) smoking three times this year. 16. I ______ (introduce-negative) my boyfriend to my parents yet. 17. Mrs. Jones ______ already ______ (fix) dinner. 18. We ______ (go) to Dallas on several occasions. 19. The students ______ already ______ (take) their final exam. 20. Tanya and Erin ______ (feel- negative) very well lately. Too/Enough Too means 'more than sufficient' or 'more than is needed or wanted'.  It's too cold to play tennis.  She didn't take the job because the salary was too low. Too comes before adjectives:  The coffee is too hot.  He's too young to watch the film. Too comes before adverbs:  You are driving too fast.  She works too hard. 2) Enough means 'sufficient'.  Have you got enough money to buy me a drink?  I haven't got enough money for a holiday. Enough comes after adjectives:  We haven't got a big enough house.  She shouldn't get married yet. She not old enough. Enough comes after adverbs:  I didn't work hard enough.  He isn't working quickly enough. Enough goes before nouns:  Have you got enough milk?  There isn't enough flour to make the cake. 3) Not...enough means 'less than necessary'. Can be used with adjectives, adverbs and nouns.  He wasn't old enough to vote. (adjective)  You're not driving fast enough. (adverb)
  3. 3.  They don't have enough money to buy a new house. (noun)  There aren't enough people to make a team. (noun) too + adjective or adverb too much/many + noun adjective or adverb + enough enough + noun Too equivale al español "demasiado". Se utiliza siempre delante de los adjetivos o adverbios que modifica. This exercise is too easy. Este ejercicio es demasiado fácil. I arrived too late. Llegué demasiado tarde. Luego del adjetivo, puede agregarse "to" más un verbo. He's too young to drive. Es demasiado joven para conducir. He's too weak to lift it. Es demasiado débil para levantarlo. Si se usa con sustantivos, significa "demasiado/a/os/as" y va siempre seguido de many o much, dependiendo del tipo de sustantivo contable o incontable. There are too many people. Hay demasiada gente. Q1 - There were ....... many questions to answer so I only did three A. too B. enough Q2 - The coffee was .... to drink so I left it for a minute to cool A. hot enough B. too hot Q3 - The room wasn't ....... so I turned the heating on A. hot enough B. too hot Q4 - I didn't buy the jacket because it was ....... A. big enough B. too big Q5 - The shoes were..... so I didn't buy them A. small enough B. too big Q6 - It's far ....... to fit inside the bag A. too big B. small enough Q7 - It was far ....... to pick up A. too heavy B. heavy enough Q8 - I didn't get it because it was ...... A. too expensive B. expensive enough Q9 - I haven't got ....... to take a holiday this year A. too much time B. enough time Q10 - It was ...... to carry heavy enough too heavy Q11 - There wasn't ....... for everybody to get in A. enough room B. too much room Q12 - He didn't do ...... to pass the exam A. too much work B. enough work Q13 - There wasn't ....... to finish so I didn't manage to
  4. 4. A. enough time B. too much time Q14 - She can't sleep because she drinks ......... coffee A. enough B. too much Q15 - I didn't know him ......., but I was still upset when he died A. too well B. good enough Q16 - I left the job because I was making A. too little money B. too few money Q17 - I put a scarf on because it was ... A. cold enough B. too cold Q18 - This town isn't ...... for both of us A. big enough B. too big Q19 - He isn't ....... to go back to work yet A. well enough B. too well Q20 - I don't think the exam is ......... for me to have a good chance of passing A. easy enough B. too difficult Q21 - This room isn't ........ for all the guests; we'll have to get a bigger one A. big enough B. too big Q22 - She isn't ....... to start driving until next year A. too old B. old enough Q23 - I haven't got pay the bill until I get my salary A. enough money B. too much money Q24 - Everything was much ....... for us to get anything A. too expensive B. cheap enough Q25 - He speaks far ....... for us to understand him unless we ask him to say it again A. quickly enough B. too quickly Q26 - They haven't got .......... to buy it A. enough money B. too much money Q27 - They took ....... on the first part and didn't finish the rest A. too much time B. enough time Q28 - There's never........ to do everything I would like to do A. too much time B. enough time Q29 - The photograph didn't come out because it was........ A. dark enough B. too dark Simple Present
  5. 5. 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  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? Simple present is used for Opinions and states of mind He doesn't agree with you. I think he is a wonderful student. Timetables and schedules The plane leaves at 4 p.m. The train doesn't arrive until 10.35. Common present time expressions include: Usually, always, often, sometimes, on Saturdays, at weekends (on weekends US English), rarely, on occasion, never, seldom Regular habits and daily routines
  6. 6. I usually get up at 7 o'clock. She doesn't often go to the cinema. When do they usually have lunch? Facts The Earth revolves around the Sun. Water doesn't boil at 20 degrees. Feelings I love walking around late at night during the summer. She hates flying! Tim works for a company in Sacramento, California. He's a customer service representative. He gets up at six o'clock each workday. He drives to work and begins his job at eight o'clock. He speaks to people on the telephone to help them with their banking problems. People telephone the bank to ask questions about their accounts. He doesn't give information about accounts until people answer a few questions. Tim asks callers their birth date, the last four digits of their social security number and their address. If a person gives incorrect information, Tim asks him to call back with the correct information. Tim is polite and friendly with everyone. He has lunch in a park next to his office. He returns home at five o'clock in the evening. After work, he goes to the gym to work out. He has dinner at seven o'clock. Tim likes watching TV after dinner. He goes to bed at eleven o'clock at night. Where does Tim work? A. In Europe B. In the USA C. In Asia When does he get up? A. He gets up at seven o'clock in the morning. B. He gets up at six o'clock in the morning. C. He gets up at six o'clock in the afternoon. How does he get to work? A. He walks to work. B. He drives to work. C. He takes the bus to work. What does he do during the day? A. He helps customers in a bank. B. He helps customers on the telephone. C. He helps customers outside. What does he do to check information?
  7. 7. A. He asks people some questions. B. He tells them to call later. C. He asks to see documents. Which question does he NOT ask? A. What is your birth date? B. What is your job? C. What is your address? What does he do if the information is incorrect? A. He gives banking account information. B. He asks the callers to call back with correct information. C. He asks to speak to the parents. What is Tim like on the job? A. He is unfriendly and helpful. B. He is funny and helpful. C. He is polite and friendly. Where does he eat lunch? A. At work B. In a park near work C. At home What does he do in the evening? A. He works out at the gym and watches TV. B. He works out at the gym and reads a book. C. He watches TV and plays ping pong. The Position of the Adverb in a Sentence An adverb of frequency goes before a main verb (except with To Be). Subject + adverb + main verb I always remember to do my homework. He normally gets good marks in exams. An adverb of frequency goes after the verb To Be. Subject + to be + adverb They are never pleased to see me. She isn't usually bad tempered. When we use an auxiliary verb (have, will, must, might, could, would, can, etc.), the adverb is placed between the auxiliary and the main verb. This is also true for to be. Subject + auxiliary + adverb + main verb She can sometimes beat me in a race. I would hardly ever be unkind to someone. We can also use the following adverbs at the start of a sentence: Usually, normally, often, frequently, sometimes, occasionally
  8. 8.  Occasionally, I like to eat Thai food. BUT we cannot use the following at the beginning of a sentence: Always, seldom, rarely, hardly, ever, never. We use hardly ever and never with positive, not negative verbs:  She hardly ever comes to my parties.  They never say 'thank you'. We use ever in questions and negative statements:  Have you ever been to New Zealand?  I haven't ever been to Switzerland. (The same as 'I have never been Switzerland'). We can also use the following expressions when we want to be more specific about the frequency: - every day - once a month - twice a year - four times a day - every other week I always go to school by bus. Siempre voy a la escuela en autobús. I usually get up at 7. Usualmente me despierto a las 7. I often / frequently watch TV in the evening. Frecuentemente miro TV por la noche. I sometimes have lunch in a restaurant. A veces almuerzo en un restaurant. I seldom have breakfast. Rara vez tomo el desayuno. I never arrive late. Nunca llego tarde. Mary's Hobbies and Interests Mary has a lot of hobbies and interests. She usually gets up early so she can run before work. She doesn't often have time to ski, but she occasionally goes on
  9. 9. Saturdays during the winter. Mary often rides a horse at a stable near here home. She sometimes goes after work, but she usually goes horseback riding on Sundays. She loves music. She always goes to choir practice on Wednesday evenings and sings in church on Sundays. She doesn't have much extra money, so she rarely goes to concerts in the city. She seldom watches TV because she likes doing things outside. She usually goes to the gym if it's raining outside. She isn't often alone because she has a lot of friends. She occasionally does something alone, but she usually does her activities with one of her friends. She's a happy woman! Why does she usually get up early? a) She gets up early to run before work. b) She gets up early to go to work. c) She gets up early to have breakfast. How often does she ski? a) She often skis. b) She occasionally skis in winter. c) She rarely skis in winter. How often does she ride a horse? a) She rides a horse every day. b) She often rides a horse. c) She never rides a horse. When doe she usually go horseback riding? a) She usually goes horseback riding after work. b) She usually goes horseback riding on Saturdays. c) She usually goes horseback riding on Sundays. What kind of music does she like doing? a) Playing the violin b) Singing c) Playing the piano How often does she go to concerts in the city? a) Every Sunday b) Rarely c) Never How often does she watch TV? a) She usually watches TV every night. b) She seldom watches TV. c) She never watches TV. What does she usually do if it's raining? a) She goes outside. b) She goes to the gym. c) She calls friends. How often is she alone? a) She is often alone. b) She isn't often alone. c) She is usually alone. How often does she do something alone? a) She never does something alone. b) She occasionally does something alone. c) She always does something alone.
  10. 10. Presente progresivo I.N.G 1. Si el verbo termina en Consonante-vocal-consonante, se debe duplicar la ultima consonante antes de agregarle “-ing”. Cut-cutting (cortar – cortando) Sit-sitting (sentar – sentando) 2. Si el verbo termina en “-e” y ésta es precedida por una consonante, la “e” se elimina y en su lugar se agrega “-ing”. Come – coming ( venir – viniendo) Write – writing (escribir – escribiendo) 3. En los verbos que terminan en “-ie”, esta partícula debe ser sustituida por una “y” para entonces agregar el “-ing”. Lie – Lying (mentir – mintiendo) Subject + Verb To Be + Verb (ing) I am runing Afirmativa Kelly is eating in her home at the moment. Negativa Kelly is not eating in her home at the moment. Interrogativa Is Kelly eating in her home at the moment? John is reading a book. She is having breakfast now. Now fill in the every gap with the correct word 1) It ………. rain ………. in New York. Está lloviendo en Nueva York. 2) Mary………. cook………. in her house. Mary está cocinando en su casa. 3) Peter and Susan ………. play ……… in the beach. Peter y Susan están jugando en la playa. 4) My father ………. work ………. in the garden. Mi padre está trabajando en el jardín. 5) I ………. learn ………. French. Yo estoy aprendiendo francés. 6) You ………. ………. study ……… math. Tú no estás estudiando matemáticas. 7) My sister ………. eat ………. at the restaurant. Mi hermana está comiendo en el restaurante. 8) We ………. enjoy ………. the party. Nosotros estamos disfrutando la fiesta. 9) They ………. ………. see ………. the pictures. Ellos no están viendo las fotografías. 10) ………. my mother talk ………. to Jane? ¿Está mi madre hablando a Jane? 11) The children ………. visit ………. the Zoo. Los niños están visitando el zoológico. 12) Mike ………. call ………. you. Mike te está llamando.
  11. 11. 13) Robert and Alice ………. travel ………. to Europe. Robert y Alice están viajando a Europa. 14) The dog ………. sleep ………. in the street. El perro está durmiendo en la calle. 15) What ………. you do ……….? ¿Qué estás tu haciendo? 16) My grandfather ………. watch ………. T.V. Mi abuelo está mirando TV. 17) My friends ………. drink ………. at the bar. Mis amigos están bebiendo en el bar. 18) Lisa ………. paint ………. her house. Lisa está pintando su casa. 19) I ………. play ………. the guitar. Yo estoy tocando la guitarra. 20) The pupils ………. shout ………. in the park. Los alumnos están gritando en el parque. Completa los recuadros con las respuestas correctas. Entre paréntesis se indica el verbo que se debe utilizarWhat is she doing? She_____ (read)_________ a book. What is she doing? She _______ (have)_______ a drink. What are they doing? They_____ (dance)_______ What is he doing? He_______ (write)_________ a letter. What is he doing? He________ (work) _______ What are they doing? They __________(watch)_______ the eclipse. Elige la opción más adecuada para responder a las siguientes preguntas. Is Brian reading a book? A. Yes, he does. B. Yes, he is. What is Brian reading? A. He's reading a magazine. B. Yes, he does. Is Susan writing a poem? A. No, she is not. B. Yes, she does. Is this your book? A. Yes, it's my book. B. Yes, it's your book. Is your brother playing hockey? A. Yes, he is. B. Yes, she is. Does your nephew go to school? A. Yes, he does. B. Yes, she does. What is your father doing? A. He's working. B. Yes, he is. Is your aunt studying English? A. No, he isn't.
  12. 12. B. No, she isn't. What are you doing? A. I'm studying English. B. You're studying English. Is your sister using your computer? A. Yes, she does. B. Yes, she is. Reading comprehension text with present continuous It is the afternoon and the family is at home. Anna´s mother and father are in the dining room, writing letters. Her uncle and aunt are in the sitting room: Ben´s reading a book and Rita´s watching TV. Katherine´s in the garden playing football with Margaret´s brothers. Anna´s brother and sister are playing with their trains in the attic. William´s in the kitchen. he´s making coffee with two of his cousins. Anna´s in her bedroom, reading a comic. Answer these questions: 1)What´s Ben doing?__________________________________________________ 2) Where´s Rita? _____________________________________________________ 3)What´s Katherine doing?______________________________________________ 4) Where is she?______________________________________________________ 5) Where´s William? ___________________________________________________ 6) What´s he doing?___________________________________________________ Simple past regular verbs En el caso de los verbos regulares, el pasado simple se forma tomando el propio verbo y agregando "ed", o "d" si termina en la vocal e. Si termina en "y", después ce consonante se cambia por "ied". y si termina en consonante vocal consonante se repite la última consonante antes de agregarle ed We played tennis for two hours. nosotros jugamos tenis por dos horas. She arrived late. ella llegó tarde. You studied a lot. Estudiaste mucho. Verbos irregulares Los verbos irregulares tienen su propia forma del pasado simple y la única manera de aprenderlos es memorizarlos. Normalmente son los que aparecen en la segunda columna de los listados de verbos irregulares en los diccionarios de inglés. Por ejemplo el pasado del verbo to go (ir) es "went". El pasado de to see (ver) es "saw". Siempre es igual para todas las personas.
  13. 13. We went to London in 1994. Fuimos a Londres es 1994. We saw the double-decker buses. Vimos los autobuses de dos pisos. Sick on Saturday (simple past) I have just had a terrible weekend! On Saturday I was so tired that I slept all morning. When I woke up I had a head ache and my throat was sore. My body ached all over. My nose ran and I coughed a lot. My mother took my temperature but I did not have a fever. My mother made me some soup for lunch and I ate it in bed. I drank some juice. I tried to read a book but I couldn’t keep my eyes open. I lay in bed all afternoon. I drifted in and out of sleep. I drank more juice. I felt miserable all afternoon. I didn’t want to do anything. I got out of bed at dinner time. My parents ordered pizza for dinner and I was able to eat some of it. I drank more juice! I felt a bit better after dinner so I stayed up. I snuggled under a blanket on the couch and watched some TV with my parents. I fell asleep in front of the TV. The next morning I felt better but now my mother had a cold! She looked miserable. It was her turn to be sick. Fill in the Blanks: 5. The family had _______________ for dinner on Saturday. 6. On Saturday night the boy fell asleep while he __________________________. 7. He had a head ______________ and his throat was ________________. 8. The boy drank lots of _______________. 9. What is the present tense of these verbs? tried _____________, took ________________, felt ________________, did _________________ Skating! (simple past) This winter I learned to skate! A friend of mine had an extra pair of skates. He persuadedme to go skating with him one Saturday afternoon in February. I borrowed the skates and we went skating!
  14. 14. It was cold outside! We wore hats, scarves and mitts to keep warm. He showed me how to put on the skates. He helped me walk onto the ice. He showed me how to start moving. He also showed me how to stop! I moved very slowly at first and lots of people skatedpast me. When I fell nobody laughed at me. Instead, they helped me get back up. I kepttrying! Soon I felt much better. I liked skating! Fill in the Blanks: 6. If you want to _________ to do something, you have to keep trying! 7. When he _____________ nobody laughed at him. 8. He borrowed a pair of skates from a ___________ who had an extra pair of skates. 9. They went skating on a _______________ in February. 10. They wore hats and mitts because it was _______________ outside that day. 11. His friend ____________ him walk onto the ice. Reading comprehension Ben’s day. When I woke up this morning, I found my dog, Fox, waiting for me. He wanted me to take him for a walk. I was too hungry, so first I had breakfast. I had a glass of milk and a piece of toast. Then I washed my teeth and put on a track-suit and a heavy coat, because it was really cold outside. Fox was already impatient. We both went out, and walked to the park near home. Haran and jumped, and pursued some passers-by. He also destroyed some pieces of furniture somebody left on the road. I sat on a bench all the time, wishing I could be inside my warm bed. When my hands were frozen, I decided it was time to go back home. Fox didn’t want to, but I pulled hard and I managed to take him back. When we arrived at the front door, I realized I didn’t have my keys with me, so we stayed out in the cold for more than an hour! Fox was happy, but I was late for work! 1. Write all the verbs you find in the past simple tense. 2. Which of them are regular? 3. Which are irregular? 4. Write the infinitive of the irregular verbs: Answer the questions 5. Who was happy to stay outside?
  15. 15. 6. What did Ben do in the park? 7. What did Fox do in the park? 8. What did Ben have for breakfast? 9. What was the weather like? 10. What was Ben wearing? 11. When did Ben decide it was time to go home? Comparatives and Superlatives Los comparativos sirven justamente para comparar una misma cualidad o característica en dos sustantivos. Para formar el comparativo, se deben seguir las siguientes reglas:  Se agrega al adjetivo "er" o "r", si ya termina en "e". nice- nicer small - smaller  Si la el adjetivo termina en consonante vocal + consonante, se duplica la última consonante. big – bigger, fat- fatter  Si termina en "y" se cambia por "ier". happy – happier Cuando el adjetivo tiene más de tres sílabas, el comparativo se forma usando la palabra "more" antes del adjetivo. Expensive - more expensive - careful - more careful Para comparar dos objetos en una oración, se agrega "than". This shirt is smaller than than shirt. - Esta camisa es más chica que aquella camisa. Superlatives Como vimos, en la frase "a small shirt" (una camisa chica), small es un adjetivo. Si todas las demás camisas son grandes, se puede comparar usando el superlativo "the smallest shirt" (la camisa más chica). Siempre se agrega "the" adelante. Para formar el superlativo, se deben seguir las siguientes reglas:  Se agrega al adjetivo "est" o "st", si ya termina en "e". small - the smallest  Si la palabra termina en vocal + consonante, se duplica la consonante. big - the biggest  Si termina en "y" se cambia por "iest". happy - the happiest Cuando el adjetivo tiene más de tres sílabas, el superlativo se forma usando las palabras "the most" adelante. Expensive - the most expensive - careful - the most careful
  16. 16. Now, choose the correct answer: I think Hanna is ...............Laura. A. a best student B. a better student than C. best student b) I think that Greta ........................Rachel. A. isn't as attractive as B. is most attractive as C. is the most attractive c) In my opinion, Laura is ...........of the girls. A. the most clever B. the cleverest C. more clever than d) As I see it, Greta's job must be ................. A. the more difficult B. as difficult as C. the most difficult Compare the following people: 1. Bob is ___________ (YOUNG) than Homer. 2. Homer is____________ (OLD) than Alice. 3. Alice is __________ (SLIM) than Bob. 4. Bob is _____________ (SHORT) than Homer. 5. Homer is __________ (FAT) than Bob. 6. Alice is _____________ (SHORT) than Homer. 7. Homer is ___________ (UGLY) than Alice. 8. Homer is _____________ (SLOW) than Bob. 9. Bob is ______________ (TIDY) than Homer. 10. Alice is ______________ (BEAUTIFUL) than Bob. 11. Ximena has got __________ (LONG) hair than Bob. 12. Anderson can play the guitar _________ (GOOD) than Alice. 13. Alice can run __________ (FAST) than Homer. 14. Alice draws ______________ (BAD) than Bob. 15. Bob is _______________ (INTELLIGENT) than Homer. 16. Homer is a _____________ (INTERESTING) person than Bob. 17. My father is ______________ than Tom's father. (strong) 18. The weather is ___________ than yesterday . (hot) 19. The girls are ____________ than the boys. (happy) 20. Berta is ________________ than Debby.(beautiful) Comparative-Superlative 1. Indian cooking has some of ________dishes in the world. A. hot B. the hottest C. hotter D. hottest 2. Tomer is _________ boy in the class. A. the strongest B. stronger C. strong D. the most strong 13.That is ____________ song this band has. the most beautiful A. more beautiful B. bautifulest C. beautiful 3. The China Wall is _____ wall in the world. A. the longest
  17. 17. B. more long C. longer D. long 4. Cities are ____________ than villages A. busier B. busy C. the busiest D. most busy 5. February is ______ than April. short A. the shortest B. shorter C. most short 6. Bill Gates is one of ___________ people in the world. the rich A. richer B. rich C. the richest 7. I am ______ at music than my old sister. good A. better B. goodest C. the best 8. Rita is __________ than the other students in class. A. hardworking B. the most hardworking C. more hardworking 9. Ice hockey is __________ sport in Canada. popular A. the most popular B. more popular C. populariest 10. Garfield is ___________ than Nemo. A. the funniest B. more funny C. funnier D. funny Opinion, To give personal opinions about something or somebody. Beautiful, nice, friendly, Size, to describe the way something or somebody looks like. (Appearance) Big, small, huge, great, medium, heavy Age, To express how old or young something or someone is old, new, adult, young, teenager, Shape To express or describing The shape of something is. Round, circular, square, triangular, Color To name the color of someone or something. Red, yellow, blue... pink, orange, Origin, To express where something or someone is coming from. Russian, Spanish, European, Italian, American, Scottish, Mexican, French, English, Material, to express what something is made of. Glass, wooden, fabric, cotton, plastic, leather, Examples He is a wonderful and young husband. It is a big blue wooden house. It is a beautiful purple Australian flower. It is an ugly, small, old, white and german car She is a beautiful, tall, Young, Slim and italian gilr Now choose the best option Q1.Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. She was wearing red beautiful shoes. B. She was wearing beautiful red shoes. Q2. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. He is just an old silly man. B. He is just a silly old man.
  18. 18. Q3. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. She bought a new powerful computer. B. She bought a powerful new computer. Q4. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. They have just moved into a modern big house. B. They have just moved into a big modern house. Q5. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. Last night I watched an interesting German film. B. Last night I watched a German interesting film. Q6. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. I need a new electronic dictionary. B. I need an electronic new dictionary. Q7. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. My cellar is full of black big spiders. B. My cellar is full of big black spiders. Q8. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. She was carrying a new beautiful bag. B. She was carrying a beautiful new bag. Q9. Which is the usual order of adjectives? I hate this awful wet weather. I hate this wet awful weather. Q10. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. I like that small glass coffee table. B. I like that glass small coffee table. C. I like that coffee glass small table. Q11. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. There is a red horrible insect on your back. B. There is a horrible red insect on your back. Q12. Which is the usual order of adjectives? 1. Sim City is a new exciting computer game. 2. Sim City is a new computer exciting game. 3. Sim City is an exciting new computer game. Q13. Which is the usual order of adjectives? 1. I ate hot delicious soup for lunch. 2. I ate delicious hot soup for lunch. Q14. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. They live in a wonderful old wooden house. B. They live in an old wonderful wooden house. C. They live in a wooden wonderful old house. Q15. Which is the usual order of adjectives? A. They are a heavy loud metal band. B. They are a loud heavy metal band. C. They are a metal heavy loud band.

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