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(UAPA)

ESCUELA DE PSICOLOGA
TEMA:
Food
Yanelis Flix Urea
MATRCULA:
15-0419
ASIGNATURA:
English 5
(UAPA)

ESCUELA DE PSICOLOGA
TEMA:
Lets go shopping
Yanelis Flix Urea
MATRCULA:
15-0419
ASIGNATURA:
English 3
Lizardo Paniagua

1. - Dave
like.)

pizza

2. - Martha

5.-We
6.-I

like

doesnt

(likes

dont like.

like.)

( like

dont likes.

doesnt like)

(doesnt like

like.

no like)

(like

likes

doesnt like)

(Dont like

likes.

no like)

roast beef.

4. - Ana

(dont like

cereal.

spaghetti.
fried chicken

French fries.

## 7.-He eggs and toast.

(like.

dont like.

doesnt like)

8.-You

(Like

likes.

doesnt like)

peanut butter.

E). Complete the sentences about what Martha and Dave like and dont
like.
1. - Martha likes eggs and fried chicken.
2.-Dave likes eggs.
3.-Martha doesnt like roast beef.
4. - Dave and Martha like toast.
5.-Dave doesnt like fried chicken.
6.-Dave and Martha like eggs.

Quantity
2
1
1
3
3
3

Inventory
Item
milk
spaghetti
Peanut butter
soda
Potato chips

Container
gallon
package
jar
Six pack
box
bag

## B). complete the sentences with information in Exercise A

1.-There are

two gallons

2.-There is

one package

3.-There is

one jar

of milk.
of spaghetti.

of peanut butter.

4.-There are

of soda.

5.-There are

6.-There are

three bags

of potato chips.

## D). write how many or how much.

1. - How many gallons of milk are there?
2. - How many jars of mustard are there?
3. - How much yogurt is there?
4. - How many

## bags of potato chips are there?

5. - How much

is the spaghetti?

6. - How many

8. - How many

9. - How much

## 10. - How much water is there?

E). Write how much is or how much are.
1. - How much are the avocados?
2. - How much is the butter?
3. - How much are the oranges?
4. - How much are
5. - How much is

the carrots?
the ground beef?

6. - How much is
7. -

the milk?

9. - How much is

the spaghetti?

## 12. - How much are the tomatoes?

A) Write the correct form of the verbs. Escribe la forma correcta de los
verbos.
1. - She eats (eat) roast beef sandwiches.
2.-they

## 3.-We need (need) two gallons of water.

4.-Vinicio and Laura want (want) tuna fish sandwiches.
5. - I make (make) a turkey sandwich every day for lunch.
6. - The students

## 7. - He likes (like) tomatoes on his hamburger.

8. - Hugo and I need (need) water and soda.
9.-Pablo eats (eat) lunch at noon.
10. - Minh makes (make) sandwiches for Duong.

## D) Look at exercise A. Complete the sentences with cheaper or more

expensive.
1.-Bananas are cheaper

at Vans.

## 2.-Oil is cheaper at Alberts.

3.-Cereal more expensive at Alberts
4.-Tuna is cheaper at Alberts
5.-Jelly is more expensive at Alberts

## 6.-Oil is more expensive at Vans.

1.-Does Ana want ice cream? Yes, she does.
2.-Does Andre want a soda? No, he doesnt.
3.-Do Andre and Ana want French fries? No, they dont.
4.-Does Sebastien want a sandwich and French fries? Yes, he does.
5.-Does Kim want a soda? Yes, he does.
6.-Does Kim want a sandwich? Yes, he does.
7.-Do sebastien and Kim want ice cream? Yes, they do.
8.-Does Ana want a sandwich? No, she does.
D) Look at the chart again in Exercise A. completes the sentences.
1.-By the pound, apples are cheaper than oranges.
2.-A dozen lemons are more expensive a dozen limes.
3.- An avocado is cheaper than a papaya.
4.-three pounds of tomatoes are more expensive one pound of oranges.
5.-A pound of grapes is cheaper than 4 pounds of bananas.
6.- A mango is cheaper than an avocado.
7.- Five pounds of bananas are more expensive one pound of apples.
8.-Five pounds of bananas are cheaper than one pound of oranges.
D).Circle dont or doesnt.
1.-John
(dont / doesnt)
2. - I
(dont) / doesnt)
3.-She
(dont / doesnt)
4.-We
(dont) / doesnt)
5.-Tim and Karen (dont / doesnt)
6.-Alton
(dont / doesnt)
7.-Jessica and I (dont) / doesnt)
8.-They
(Dont) / doesnt)
9.-You
(dont) / doesnt)
10.-I
(dont) / doesnt)

## like turkey sandwiches.

eat turkey.
need money for lunch.
want breakfast.
like the sandwiches.
make hamburgers here.
make coffee.

## E) Complete the sentences with the negative form of the verbs in

parentheses.
1.-Matilda and Lonnie dont like (like) restaurants.
2.-I dont eat (eat) fish.
3.-We dont make (make) sandwiches.
4.-They dont serve (serve) pie.
5.-He doesnt work (work) at the restaurant.
6.-She doesnt eat (eat) beef.
7.-You dont drive (drive) to the supermarket.

## 8.-They dont go (go) to the supermarket on Sunday.

9. - I dont see (see) the hamburgers on the menu.
10.-She doesnt drink (drink) coffee.