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1. Which words are for males? Which words are for females?

Brother Aunt
Father Daughter
Son Mother
Husband Wife
Uncle Sister
Nephew Niece

2. Complete this conversation. Use present continuous of the verbs given.

Joel: You look tired, Don. Are you studying late at night these days?
Don: No, I'm not. My brother and sister are staying with me right now. We go to bed after
midnight every night.
Joel: Really? What are they doing this summer? Are they taking classes, too?
Don: No, they aren't. My brother is on vacation now, but he is looking for a part-time job
Joel: What about your sister? Is she working?
Don: Yes, she is. She has a part-time job at the university. What about you, Joel? Are you
in school this summer?
Joel: Yes, I am. I am studying two languages.
Don: Oh, Are you taking french and spanish again?
Joel: Well, I'm taking spanish again, but I'm starting japanese.
Don: Really? That's exciting!

3. Rewrite these sentences. Find another way to say each sentence using the words

1. Joseph is Maria's uncle.

Maria is Joseph's niece (niece)
2. Liz is married to Peter.
Peter is Liz's husband (husband)
3. Isabel is Frank's and Lisa's granddaughter.
Frank and Lisa are Isabel's grandparents (grandparents)
4. We have two children.
We have a son and a daughter (son and daughter)
5. My wife's father is a painter.
My father-in-law is a painter (father-in-law)
6. Michael does not have a job right now.
Michael's looking for a job right now (look for)

5. Complete these sentences. Use the simple present or the present continuous of the
verbs given.

1. This is my aunt Barbara. She lives (live) in Rome, but She's visiting (visit) Chile this
summer. She has (have) a second home there.
2. And these are my parents. They work (work) in London, but they're visiting (visit) my
aunt in Chile this month.
3. And here you can see my grandparents. They live (live) in New york, but they're
staying at my parent's house in London now.
4. This is my brother-in-law Edward. He wants to be a company director. He's studying
business in Canada right now.
5. And this is my niece Christina. She's going to high school. She likes mathematics.
But she doesn't like english.
8. Arrange the quantifiers from the most to the least.

1. All
2. Nearly all
3. Most
4. A lot of
5. Many
6. Not many
7. Some
8. Few
9. A few

11.Complete the sentences about your country.

1. A lot of young people go to the university.

2. Most people study english.
3. Some married couples have more than five children.
4. Nearly all elderly people have part-time jobs.
5. No students have full-time jobs.
6. Few children go to school on saturdays.

1. Complete the chart.


Basketball Swimming Yoga

Baseball Bicycling Aerobics
Soccer Jogging Jogging
Football Tennis Stretching

2. Arrange the words to make sentences or questions.

1. I almost never go bicycling.

2. They hardly ever play tennis.
3. How often do you go jogging?
4. We often do joga on sunday mornings.
5. Does Charlie ever do aerobics?
6. What do you usually do on saturdays?

3. Use the questions to complete the conversation. How often do you..? Do you
ever...? What do you usually ?
1. A: Do you ever exercise?
B: Yes, I often exercise on weekends.
2. A: What do you usually do on weekends?
B: Well, I usually do karate on saturdays and yoga on sundays.
3. A: Do you ever go to the gym after work?
B: No, I never go to the gym after work.
4. A: How often do you exercise?
B: I don't exercise very often at all.
5. A: Do you ever play spotrs on weekends?
B: Yes, I sometimes play sports on weekends, usually basketball.
6. A: What do you usually do in your free time?
B: I usually play tennis in my free time.

5. Complete the conversation. Write the correct prepositions in the correct places.

Susan: What time do you go jogging in the morning?

Jerry: I always go jogging at 7:00. How about you susan?
Susan: I usually go jogging around noon. I jog for about an hour.
Jerry: And do you also play sports in your free time?
Susan: No, I usually go out with my classmates. What about you?
Jerry: I go to the gym on mondays and wednesdays. And sometimes I go bicycling on
Susan: Wow! You really like to stay in shape.

9. Look atthe answers. Write questions using How.

1. A: How long do you spend exercising?

B: I don't speend any time exercising. In fact, I don't exercise.
2. A: How often do you go for a walk?
B: Almost every day. I really enjoy it.
3. A: How long do you spend jogging?
B: I spend about an hour jogging.
4. A: How good are you at soccer?
B: I'm pretty good at it. I'm on the school team.
5. A: How well do you play basketball?
B: Basketball? Pretty well, I guess. I like it a lot.

11.What do you think about sports? Answer these questions.

1. Do you like exercise for a short time or a long time?

We like to exercise for a short time, because we're not very good at it and we usually get
tired really fast.
2. Do you prefer exercising in the morning or in the evening?
We prefer exercising in the morning because when you just wake up you have more
energy than after all the daily work, so we can do more exercise.
3. Which do you like better, walking or jogging?
We like better walking. It's less tiring and we can do it for a long time.
4. Do you watch sports or play sports?
We watch sports! We love that, but doing it? Uh.. no! Our coordination is not the best, so
we are not good at sports at all.
5. Which do you like better, team sports or individual sports?
Well, it's hard to know because we don't play much sports. But we'd like better team
sports, because they're more fun and a good way to spend time with good friends.
6. How good are you at games like basketball and tennis?
Not so good. It's embarrassing, we actually can't play this games well. If someday we
want to do it we'll need to practice a lot.