- May and Might: an explanation and exercises at the end. Click here
- SO+adjective/adverb and SUCH+noun. Click on the following exercises: exercise 1 exercise 2 exercise 3 exercise 4
jueves, 14 de marzo de 2013
We have seen in class the difference between these forms but here you have some exercises to practise:
Hsere you have the short video shown in class; click here
jueves, 7 de marzo de 2013
In lesson 6.1 we're wroking with present perfect and the use of FOR and SINCE connected to this tense. Here you have some activities to practise:
martes, 5 de marzo de 2013
Here you have some tips for the writing part:
- every verb must have a subject; be careful if it's 3rd person in singular of habitual present: Is a beautiful place; it have a cathedral
- mind modals without to+infinitive; don't write I can't to go or I must to do it
- no plural for adjectives (things are differents) and remember to use adjectives before nouns (they are children very intelligent)
- revise the correct form between singular and plural: that people, she work, this cars, the childrens are, our lifes, the children is
- be careful with possessives and personal pronouns: his husband, ours children, he's Sylvia, it's my, I work with she
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