Donald The Duck Virtual Pet

domingo, 12 de julio de 2015

GUÍA PARA EXTRAORDINARIO DE 3°

EXTRAORDINARY GUIDE FOR 3RD GRADE
Read the text carefully then choose the correct answer.
The President of the United States has one of the toughest jobs in the world. He also has one of the nicest homes.
The President lives in the White House, in Washington, D.C. This mansion has 132 rooms, 32 bathrooms, and 3 elevators. It has a swimming pool, a bowling alley, and a movie theater. It even has its own doctor’s office and barbershop! That means the President can do a lot without leaving home. The President’s home is also beautiful, it used to be called the “President’s Palace. ”President Theodore Roosevelt named it the White House in 1901. Do you wish you owned a home like the White House? You already do! According to the U.S. Constitution, the President does not own the White House. The American people do!
What is the best title for this story:
a.        “Beautiful Homes”   
b.        “A New President” 
c.        “The president’s Home”
d.        “Write to the President”
 In this text, the word mansion means a big:
a. job        b. pool         c. car         d. home
         Which of this is an opinion about the White House?
a. It’s in Washington, D.C.
b. It has 132 rooms.
c. It’s the nicest house in the world
d. It has a barbershop.
How many swimming pools does the White House have?
a. two      b.  one            c. four     d. three

Read the next information and answer logically.
I wonder if someone could give me a seat. I’m really tired.
This expression is a ___________.
a)      question  b) complaint           c) request               d) suggestion
When you have a toothache you go to the__________?
a)      Teacher   b) doctor c) policeman          d) dentist
I’ve been waiting for my _______ for ages.
a)  bill                     b) sweater              c) morning              d) night
I just got a ____________ and had to buy my own medicines.
a)      car                          b) doctor c) headache            d) prescription
Could you ________ the last three numbers?
a)      sing         b) dance  c) repeat d) listen
Do you realize I’ve been waiting to get through to you for 20 minutes?
a)      Err…I’m sorry, sir, my mistake. Your pizza’s on the way
b)      I’m sure I gave you one ten and two five dollar bills. Can you check again?
c)       I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but we are terribly busy.
d)      Yes, I have
Ouch!  I have a terrible stomachache.
a)      Waitress! This is not what I ordered.
b)        Let’s see what’s wrong with you.
c)        I don’t know
d)       Excuse me but the change you gave me is not right.
Read the next sentences:
The Moon goes round the Earth.
When I’m in New York I always travel by taxi.
       This sentences are in:
a)       Future         b) Present               c) Past          d) Immediate future
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS. READ THE SENTENCES AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT ALTERNATIVE.
 Robert made this elegant T-shirt__________ last week.
a. himself               b. herself                c. themselves                         d. ourselves
 I wrote this romantic poem _________ before I went to school.
a. itself                   b. ourselves            c. yourselves                          d. myself
WRITE THE MODAL VERB COULD or COULDN'T LOGICALLY.
Excuse me; ___________ you help me?
a. couldn't              b. could        c. have                                              d. could not
Last night Emily ____________ sleep from the pain.
a. couldn't              b. could         c. can                                               d. does not
The description of a simple experiment and the instructions provided to carry it out:
They ________ be _______ and precise.
a.                   must- long                             b. must-short         c. should-short       d. can-long
They _______ be __________.
a.                   can-happy                              b. must- complicated            c. must- simple      d. should-simple
They _______ be given in a _________ order.
a.                   must-specific         b. can-different      c. must-different    d. should-specific
They_______use lots of difficult__________.
a.                   must-words            b. should-objects    c. must-material    d. must not-words
Put the next statements in the correct and logical order.
A.                   The final result of the experiment
B.                   Things you will need
C.                   Carrying out the experiment.
a.                   C, B, A                     b. B, C, A                 c. A, B, C                 d. A, C, B
Luisa is going to the UK. She needs to…
a.                   talk to you.             b.  go to work         c. play soccer          d. get a visa before travelling
Gloria is looking for you. She needs to…
a.                   talk to you.             b. go to Paris          c. drive to home     d. work late.
Linguists say that all __________ have some similarities, but also lots of ________.
a.                   language-people    b. languages-different  c. languages-differences  d. language-difference
                                                                                        
A Mexican revolutionary who was born in 1879 and was killed in 1919. He was a leader who advocated for the poor and an agrarian reform.
     a. Madero                         b. Villa                    c. Orozco                     d. Zapata
A story about the lives and problems of a group of people, which is broadcast every day or several times a week.
     a. Game show                  b. Talk show             c. Soap opera           d. Cartoon
A regular television or radio broadcast of the latest relevant information about the world are…
     a. The news                      b. Movies                c. Sports programs      d. Documentaries
A movie, especially for children, made by photographing a series of gradually changing drawings or models, so that they look as if they are moving is a…
     a. Talk show                      b. Game show        c. Documentary               d. Cartoon
The next words: assessor, library, and vase are examples of…
     a. good words  b. cognates             c. false cognates              d. bad words
A person who speaks many languages is a…
a.        Linguist                  b. Native speaker                   c. polyglot               d. Master
A person who studies a language (or languages), mainly its form and behavior is a…
     a. Traveler                         b. polyglot              c. Native speaker                   d. linguist
A speaker of a particular language who has spoken it since he or she was a child is a…
     a. Scientist                       b. Native speaker                   c. Traveler              d. polyglot

SIMPLE PRESENT (DO-DOES)
Aff.  Armand sings a beautiful song
Neg. He doesn’t sing a beautiful song
Int. Does he sing a beautiful song?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, he does.
Neg. Short Answer. No, he doesn’t.

Affirmative.  John and I stay in the library in the afternoons.
Negative. We don’t stay in the library in the afternoons.
Interrogative. Do we in the library in the afternoons?
Affirmative short answer. Yes, we do.
Negative short answer. No, we don’t.

Aff. Jenny dances in the party.  
Neg. She doesn’t dance in the party.
Int. Does she dance in the party?
Aff. short answer. Yes, she does.
Neg. short answer. No, she doesn’t.
EXERCISE:
Aff. The teacher goes to school. 
Neg.
Int.
Aff. short answer.
Neg. short answer.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OR CONTINUOUS (AM-IS-ARE MAIN VERB + ING)
Two children are crossing the street. (cross)
Aff. They are   crossing the street
Neg. They aren’t   crossing the street
Int. Are they crossing the street?
Aff. short answer. Yes, they are.
Neg. short answer. No, they aren’t.

Claire is reading a magazine (read)
Aff. She’s reading a magazine.
Neg. She isn’t reading a magazine.
Int. Is she reading a magazine?
Aff. short answer. Yes, she is.
Neg. short answer. No, she isn’t.
EXERCISE:
Brian and you _____  _______ with the teacher (talk)
Aff.
Neg.
Int.
Aff. short answer.
Neg. short answer.

PRESENT PERFECT (HAVE-HAS…MAIN VERB IN PAST PARTICIPLE)
Aff.  Gerard and I have danced Rock and Roll.
Neg. We haven’t danced Rock and Roll.
Int. Have we danced Rock and Roll?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, we have.
Neg. Short Answer. No, we haven’t.
Susan has thought in her future
Aff. She has thought in her future                                      
Neg. She hasn’t thought in her future
Int. Has she thought in her future?
Aff.  short answer. Yes, she has.
Neg.   short answer.No, she hasn’t.
EXERCISE:
I have gone to the movies (go)
Aff.                                                        
Neg.
Int. 
Aff.  short answer.
Neg.   short answer.

SIMPLE PAST (DID)
Aff.  Anthony sang a beautiful song.
Neg. He did not sing a beautiful song.
Int. Did he sing a beautiful song?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, he did.
Neg. Short Answer. No, he didn’t.
    
Aff.  The students danced Salsa.
Neg. They didn’t dance Salsa.
Int. Did they dance Salsa?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, they did.
Neg. Short Answer. No, they didn’t.

Aff. I was your best friend. (VERB TO BE)
Neg. I wasn’t your best friend.
Int. Was I your best friend?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes I was./ Yes, you were.
Neg. Short Answer. No, I was not. / No, you weren’t.

EXERCISE:
Aff.  John and Annie studied Sciences.
Neg.
Int.
Aff. Short Answer.
Neg. Short Answer.

PAST CONTINUOUS OR PROGRESSIVE 
(WAS-WERE main verb + ing)
Aff.  Alice was singing a beautiful song.
Neg. She wasn’t singing a beautiful song.
Int. Was she singing a beautiful song?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, she was.
Neg. Short Answer. No, she wasn’t.
    
Aff. Karl and I were dancing Cumbias.
Neg. We weren’t dancing Cumbias.
Int. Were we dancing Cumbias?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, we were.
Neg. Short Answer. No, we weren’t.

Aff. I was giving you the answers.
Neg. I wasn’t giving you the answers.
Int. Was I giving you the answers?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, I was./ Yes, you were.
Neg. Short Answer. No, I wasn’t. No, you weren’t.
EXERCISE:  
Aff.  Laura and Louis were studying  Math.
Neg.
Int.
Aff. Short Answer.
Neg. Short Answer.

PAST PERFECT  (HAD + verb in participle form)
Aff.  John had sung a beautiful song.
Neg. He hadn’t sung a beautiful song
Int. Had he sung a beautiful song?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, he had.
Neg. Short Answer. No, he hadn’t.
 
Aff.  Alex and I had danced Tango.
Neg. We hadn’t danced Tango.
Int. Had we danced Tango?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, we had.
Neg. Short Answer. No, we hadn’t.

Aff. I had given you the exam.
Neg. I hadn’t given you the exam.
Int. Had I given you the exam?
Aff. Short Answer. Yes, I had./ Yes, you had.
Neg. Short Answer. No, I hadn’t./ No, you hadn’t.
Exercise:
Aff.  Sue and Louis had studied Math.
Neg.
Int.
Aff. Short Answer.
Neg. Short Answer.

SIMPLE FUTURE  (WILL)
Affirmative.  George and I will stay in the store tomorrow.
Negative. We will not stay in the store tomorrow.
Interrogative. Will we stay in the store tomorrow?
Affirmative short answer. Yes, we will.
Negative short answer. No, we won’t.

Aff. Jenny will dance in the party with me.
Neg. She won’t dance in the party with me
Int. Will she dance in the party with me?
Aff. short answer. Yes, she will.
Neg. short answer.No, she won’t.

Aff. The bell will ring on time.  
Neg. It won’t ring on time.
Int. Will it ring on time?
Aff. short answer. Yes, it will.
Neg. short answer.No, it won’t.
EXERCISE:
Aff. The teacher will go to school. 
Neg.
Int.
Aff. short answer.
Neg. short answer.

IMMEDIATE FUTURE (AM-IS-ARE…GOING TO +MAIN VERB )
Susan is going to read the newspaper. (read)
Aff. She is going to read the newspaper.
Neg. She isn’t going to read the newspaper.
Int. Is she going to read the newspaper?
Aff. short answer. Yes, she is.
Neg. short answer. No, she isn’t.

Brian and you are going to talk with the Principal. (talk)
Aff.  You’re going to talk with the Principal
Neg.You aren’t going to talk with the Principal
Int. Are you going to talk with the Principal?
Aff. short answer.Yes, you are.
Neg. short answer. No, you aren’t.

EXERCISE:
My brothers are going to cross the street. (cross)
Aff.
Neg.
Int.
Aff. short answer.
Neg. short answer.

FUTURE PERFECT (will have)
Affirmative. George and I will have stayed in the store tomorrow.
Negative. We will not have stayed in the store tomorrow.
Interrogative. Will we have stayed in the store tomorrow?
Affirmative short answer. Yes, we will have.
Negative short answer. No, we won’t have.

EXERCISE:
Aff.  Armand has sung a beautiful song.
Neg.
Int.
Aff. Short Answer.
Neg. Short Answer.

Complete the following sentences using Simple Past or Present Perfect.
My sisters _______ dancing in the party when I __________ last night.
   a. were-arrived    b. was-arrive   c. was-arrived     d. were-arrive           
Mike __________to the theatre since last year.
  a. didn’t go   b. hasn’t gone   c. haven’t gone   d. won’t go
My friend ___________ very early this morning
  a. comes     b. came     c. had come   d. come
Joe ________ English for 1 year when he _______ to Canada last summer.
 a. studied-go     b. studies-went    c. studied-has gone       d. studied-went
I _______ sick for three days, I’ll feel better tomorrow.
 a. have been       b. was      c. were     d. will be

Complete the following sentences with Simple Future or Future Perfect.
Jim ____________ to the store tomorrow.
 a. will go        b. will have gone    c. is      d. has
The team _______ the game, by this time next week.
a. wins   b. will win     c. has won    d. will have won  
I ______________ in Texas in August.
a. will be    b. will have been     c. am            d. are 
By July, my Math teacher ___________ everything I need for my exam.                        
a. will teach    b. will have taught   c. taught      d. teaches

SOME IDIOMS.
1.        Houston, we have a problem: there’s a problem
2.        Running on empty: to have no energy left
3.        Take it easy: relax
4.        It isn’t rocket science: It’s not very complicated
5.        What’s shakin’? : What’s up?
6.        Give a hand: help
7.        My brain is fried: I’ve been thinking too much and I can’t think anymore
8.        Have a bun in the oven: be pregnant
9.        To be all ears: to be open to what another says
         Kill two birds with one stone: accomplish two tasks at once

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