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ENGLISH ACTIVITY

NAME: __________________________________ GRADE: ___________ DATE: __________________ SCORE: _________


TOPIC: Describing activities
Present tense: Simple or progressive and vocabulary.
LEARNING GOAL: To describe the actions that people do by writing activities.
TEACHER: Silvana Yamile Lpez M.
1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING PRESENT SIMPLE OR PROGRESSIVE.

IDENTIFY THE VERBS


AND WRITE THE BASE VERB AND THE SPANISH MEANING.
Henry is a shop assistant. He works in a shop at the station. He gets up at seven oclock. He has breakfast at half past
seven. He drives to the station. At the station he sees a friend, Mary. She goes to work by train. Her train leaves at
eight oclock. Henry starts work again. At eleven oclock, he stops working for fifteen minutes and drinks coffee. He
doesnt have lunch. At four oclock he stops working and has tea and a cake. He leaves work at half past five. He
doesnt stay late. He studies German before he goes to bed.
COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERB.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.

Phillips _________________(fly) to Guayaquil in Spring.


Bob _________________( play ) hide and seek with her classmates now.
Paula _________________(row) on the lake on Sunday afternoons.
Julio and I _________________(watch) videos in this moment.
The child _________________(climb) on the monkey bars in the park.
He _________________(go) round and round on the merry-go-round.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramirez_________________(work) in the private enterprise now.
Sebastian _________________(wash) her hair every week.
Martha and you _________________(have) a break at 11 oclock.
Samantha _________________(skate) in the park right now

ENGLISH ACTIVITY
TOPICS: What do you do?
GRAMMAR: The Simple Present.
LEARNING GOALS: To describe actions that people do daily.
TEACHER: Silvana Yamile Lpez M.

VOCABULARY: Daily activities

PRACTICE:
A. VOCABULARY. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ACTION ACCORDING TO THE PICTURE

help your
mother

have breakfast

get dressed

go to bed

Do your
homework

6.

have a shower

7.

brush your teeth

A. UNDERLINE THE VERB AND WRITE BASE FORM.


Mr. Lee is a bus driver. Every day he gets up at 7:00 a.m. and prepares for his day. He showers, eats his
breakfast, and puts on his uniform. His wife drives him to the station where he checks in with his supervisor.
Then, he gets on Bus #405 and starts the engine. He pulls out of the parking lot and begins his route. At his
first stop, he picks up Mrs. Miller, who lives in a red house on the corner of Main Street and Seventh Avenue.
She works at the post office and has to be to work by 9:00. At the next stop, the Bartlett twins get on the bus.
They attend class at Bayside Elementary. More children get on at the next three stops, and they ride until the
bus reaches their school. Mr. Lee enjoys seeing the kids every day and is happy to see them again in the
afternoon when he drives them safely back home.
B. CHOOSE THE CORRECT VERB FORM.
1. Jerry (come/comes) to school on time.
2. Jerry and Linda (come/comes) to school on time.
3. Ms. Jones (teach/teaches) geography.
4. The cat (sleep/sleeps) on the sofa every day.
5. Milk (cost/costs) two dollars a quart.
D. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES

Phillips _________________ (fly) to Guayaquil in Spring.


Bob _________________ (like) to play hide and seek with her classmates.
Paula _________________ (row) on the lake on Sunday afternoons.
Julio _________________( watch) videos in the evenings.
The child _________________ (climb) on the monkey bars in the park.
He _________________ go) round and round on the merry-go-round.
Mrs. Ramirez_________________ (dress up) as a pirate every Halloween.
Bastian _________________ wash) her hair every week.
Martha _________________ (have) a break at 11 oclock.
Samantha _________________ (roller-skate) in the park on Wednesday.
Ceci_______________ (attend) orchestra practice after institution..
Andrew___________ (copy) the exercises in the English class.
Sarah _____________ (do) activities in the gym every month.
C. WRITE IN NEGATIVE FORM THE SENTENCES

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