martes, 8 de enero de 2019


More resources to practice the present and past of the verb "to be"

https://www.liveworksheets.com/worksheets/en/English_as_a_Second_Language_(ESL)/Verb_to_be/Past_to_be_rd2370ue


Verb to be (Present or Past)
Exercise 1: Put ‘is, am, are, was, were’ in the blank. 

1. He at home today.                    
2. I a student now.            
3. My mother in the kitchen two hours ago.
4. Sarah tired now.                                   
5. We in New York last year.
6. You a football player in 2004.
7. Mr. Jones at the market today.           
8. Anna and I busy today.            
9. The boxes  behind the cupboard now.           
10. Ron thirsty last night.

Exercise 2: Choose the best answer.

1. You ____________at class yesterday.

2. Tina_____________seven years old now.
3. That car__________mine now.
4. Billy Jones__________a famous singer now.
5. Many people_________in my shop this morning.
6. I_______________a teacher in Spain in 2007.
7._____________your son fine today?
8. The fishermen__________on the ship last night.


TO BE- PRESENT/ PAST SIMPLE



We started a new unit and we are going to learn and work the verb " to be" in past simple

Resultado de imagen de past simple of to be





file:///C:/Users/3c/Desktop/grammar-games-past-simple-verb-to-be-worksheet%20(1).pdf
http://www.grammar.cl/Past/To_Be.htm




PAST SIMPLE " TO BE"

                                                   PAST SIMPLE VERB TO BE



Verbo TO BE – Ser o Estar | Aprender Inglés Fácil


IF YOU NEED IT, YOU CAN PRACTICE MORE ABOUT PAST SIMPLE.

https://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/tenses/was_were.htm
https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/past-simple-3.html
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simple-past/exercises?03

martes, 4 de diciembre de 2018

THERE IS/ THERE ARE

THERE IS / THERE ARE

1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES

1. There _____ thirty students in my class.
2. There _____ some books in my bag.
3. There _____ some computers in the library.
4. There _____ a blackboard in the classroom.
5. There _____ a CD player on our teacher´s desk.
6. There _____ some posters.
7. There _____ some dictionaries in the classroom.


2. COMPLETE THESE SENTENCES. USE THE NEGATIVE

1. ___________ any shopping centres in this town.
2. ___________any beaches in London.
3. ___________an American café here.
4. ___________a Hollywood in Spain.
5. ___________any rap CDs in this shop.

3. WRITE QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS

Example:
/ any Brazilian footballers in your favourite team?
Are there any Brazilian footballers in your favourite team? Yes there are.
1. / a skateboard park near here?
_____________________________
No, __________________________
2. / a Hollywood in Ireland?
_____________________________
Yes, __________________________
3. / any famous football teams in your town?
_____________________________
Yes, __________________________
4. / any interesting places near your house?
_____________________________
No, __________________________
5. / an English boy in your class?
_____________________________
No, __________________________

NOW, YOU CAN CHECK YOUR ANSWER. 


ANSWERS

1. 
1. There are thirty students in my class.
2. There are some books in my bag.
3. There are some computers in the library.
4. There is a blackboard in the classroom.
5. There is a CD player on our teacher´s desk.
6. There are some posters.
7. There are some dictionaries in the classroom.

2. 
1. There aren´t any shopping centres in this town.
2. There aren´t any beaches in London.
3. There´s isn´t an American café here.
4. There´s isn´t a Hollywood in Spain.
5. There aren´t any rap CDs in this shop.

3. 
1. Is there a skateboard park near here? No, there isn´t.
2. Is there a Hollywood in Ireland?
Yes, there is.
3. Are there any famous football teams in your town?
Yes, there are.
4. Are there any interesting places near your house?
No, there aren´t.
5. Is there an English boy in your class?
No, there isn´t

WHICH FOOD AM I?



GUESS...



PARTITIVES


NOW, PRACTICE NEW VOCABULARY ABOUT PARTITIVES

http://a4esl.org/q/h/9801/cr-noncountfood.html

https://agendaweb.org/grammar/containers-partitives-exercises.html

FOOD PARTITIVES - a box of, a bunch of ...