Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 18

I work in a big office with twenty other people. We (spend) the day together.

I (like)


most of them except for Neil.

Every day he (spend) year, he (go) He (spend)

one hour talking about his holidays. Last

to Germany. a month there, and he (visit) a car and he (drive)

many across the

places. He (rent)

country. Now he (want)

to go to some other country.

At 12.30 I usually (go) She (work)

out for lunch with Helen, the secretary.

from 8am to 8pm. Last week, she (stay)

until 9pm to finish her work. Today, she (have) to do at home but she (want)

a lot of things

to stay late again.

A) "________ do you go to school?" B) "I go to school in California." 2. A) "________ does Jack work ?" B) " He works every evening."

Where Who What Who Where When How much

3. A) "_________ cars does your family have ?" B) "We have two cars."

How many What

4. A) "_______ does the dog want ?" B) "She wants a big bone." 5. A) "_________ do you eat for lunch every day?" B) "I eat rice and vegetables

How many Where What Why What

for lunch." 6. A) ________ dog is hungry? B) The black dog is hungry, but the white dog isn't hungry. 7. A) ____ did you call last night? B) I called Maria last night. 8. A) "____ your brother swim in winter ?" B) "No. He doesn't swim in winter. 9. A) "________ is that ?" B) "It costs 3 dollars."

Where Who Where Which Whom Which What Do Does Is Where How much How many

10. A) " ___ you thirsty?" B) "Yes, I am. I'd like some tea please."

Are Do Is


Wool comes from sheep. (where)

Where does wool come from?


Raccoons come out at night. (when)

When do raccoons come out?


A fox lives in our garden. (what)

What lives in our garden?


This car has two doors. (how many)

How many doors does this car have?


She takes two sugars in her coffee. (how many)

How many sugars

. When do they do their homework. 2. Who did Mr. Robertson come to the party with? 3. Where is the car? 4. Which blouse do you like? 5. How did she feel? 6. What kind of book is that?/ What is that?/ What is that book? 7. When did your sister call her boyfriend? 9. What does he study at the university? 10. How long did the party last? 11. How much was the check for? 13. What is she doing? 14. How many cars do your parents have? 15. When are they coming to visit? 16. Where is he going right now? 17. Who is the man with the white hat? 18. Why don't you get up early? 19. How often do you have an English class? 20. What do they like to do on weekends? 21. Where is the club? 22. What is their favorite kind of music? 23. Why didn't you bring your dictionary today? 24. What kind of songs are they singing?

The verb to be - exercise

Chose the correct form of the verb to be - am/is/are.
1. It 2. I

cold today. at home now.

3. They 4. There

Korean. a pen on the desk.

5. My name 6. We 7. That 8. I


from Ukraine. right. OK, thanks.

9. Clara and Steve 10. She


an English teacher.

Write complete sentence answers to the following questions using the adverb in parentheses.

example How often do you eat eggs for breakfast? (rarely)

1. How often do you eat a sandwich for lunch? (sometimes)

2. How often do you exercise in the morning? (usually)

3. How often do you swim in the ocean? (rarely)

4. How often do you smoke? (never)

5. How often are you sick? (rarely)

6. How often are you tired after work? (always)

7. How often do you use the internet? (sometimes)

8. How often do you cook? (always)

9. How often do you watch TV? (usually)

10. How often are you angry? (rarely)

1. How many bananas are there? 2. How many apples are there? How much bread is there? 4. How much rice is there? 5. How much milk is there?

How much ice cream is there? 7. How much cheese is there? 9. How much milk is there? there any bananas?

8. How many cherries are there?

2. There is a few water.

3. Are there any milk?

4. There are some strawberrys.

5. There is some carrots.

tema: el pasado simple 1

Completa con el verbo indicado en el pasado simple:

1. Yesterday I 2. I

basketball for three hours. (to play)

in Chicago for three years.(to live)

3. My cousin 4. I

to buy a new jacket. (to want)

to learn Swedish, but it was too difficult for me. (to try)

5. Linda

reading that book in two days. (to finish)

6. My brother 7. I

a book from my father. (to borrow)

meeting your parents. (to enjoy)

8. My sister

her hand while she was cooking. (to burn)

9. The workers 10. I

the door. (to close)

my room last night. (to clean)

Ejercicio interactivo de gramtica inglesa

topic: el pasado simple 3 (Verbos irregulares)

Completa con el verbo indicado en el pasado simple:

1. He 2. She

his wife to the concert. (to bring) alone. (to come)

3. I

a great time yesterday. (to have)

4. My cousins 5. My sister 6. The police 7. She

to India during the summer. (to go) beautifully when she was younger. (to sing) the thief. (to catch)

at home all evening. (to be)

8. My friend 9. I

seven bottles of beer. (to drink)

her an email. (to write)

10. My husband

me flowers for my birthday. (to give)

tema: Los "tag questions" 1 Completa cada frase con la respuesta correcta:

1. You've seen her, ________? haven't you didn't you 2. He is flying to Madrid tomorrow, ________? doesn't he isn't he 3. He's a great singer, ________? isn't he doesn't he 4. He lives with his family, ________? isn't he doesn't he 5. He is sleeping, ________? isn't he

doesn't he 6. He has seen this movie, ________? didn't he hasn't he 7. You're Mexican, ________? don't you aren't you 8. They like that band, ________? aren't they don't they 9. My sisters saw my mother, ________? didn't they haven't they 10. Your brother has been to Italy, ________? didn't he hasn't he
http://www.testprepreview.com/modules/reading1.htm http://www.inglesmundial.com/A11/grammar.htm http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com/sp/index.html

Elige la palabra correcta para completar cada frase:

1. What are you going to do with ______________ postcards? this these there 2. PERSONA 1: Where is he? PERSONA 2: __________ he is! These This There 3. PERSONA 1: Which shirt are you going to wear? PERSONA 2: __________ one. This There These 4. __________ are many poor people in this country. There These This 5. __________ isn't enough time to do this. These There These 6. I will put __________ money in the bank. these this there 7. Are __________ a lot of tall people in your family? these this there 8. __________ are the prettiest flowers I have ever seen! There

This These 9. ___________ are many good restaurants around where I live. These There This 10. ___________ people don't understand English. These There This

This / These 1. these 2. this 3. these 4. these 5. this That / Those 1. those 2. that 3. those 4. those 5. that
1. cant 2. ll (will) be able to 3. ll (will) be able to 4. could 5. can 6. can 7. can 8. could 9. ll (will) be able to 10. ll (will) be able to 11. cant 12. couldnt 1. could 2. managed to 3. managed to

4. couldnt 5. could 6. managed to 7. managed to 8. could 9. couldnt 10. could

Ingls: Ejercicios online gratis tema: Adjetivos Comparativos y Superlativos 1 http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com/sp/adjectiveadverb6.html 1. She is giving me a gift. Ella me est dando un regalo. Is she giving me a gift? She is not giving me a gift.

2. My father and my brother are painting the house. Mi padre y mi hermano estn pintando la casa. Are my father and my brother painting the house? My father and my brother are not painting the house.

3. Joe is climbing the mountain. Joe est trepando la montaa. Is Joe climbing the mountain? Joe is not climbing the mountain.

4. They are eating at the shopping center. Ellos estn comiendo en el centro comercial. Are they eating at the shopping center? They are not eating at the shopping center.

5. My grandmother is wearing a coat. Mi abuela est usando un saco. Is my grandmother wearing a coat? My grandmother is not wearing a coat.

6. Meg and Brian are waiting for you. Meg y Brian estn esperando por t. Are Meg and Brian waiting for you? Meg and Brian are not waiting for you.

7. The pupils are explaining the lesson. Los alumnos estn explicando la leccin. Are the pupils explaining the lesson? The pupils are not explaining the lesson.

8. My sister is buying a red dress. Mi hermana est comprando un vestido rojo. Is my sister buying a red dress? My sister is not buying a red dress.

9. The secretary is writing a letter. La secretaria est escribiendo una carta. Is the secretary writing a letter? The secretary is not writing a letter.

10. The maid is cleaning the house. La mucama est limpiando la casa. Is the maid cleaning the house? The maid is not cleaning the house.

1. The tourists are taking photographs. Los turistas estn tomando fotografas. Are the tourists taking photographs? The tourists are not taking photographs.

2. They are repairing the car. Ellos estn reparando el coche. Are they repairing the car? They are not repairing the car.

3. The dog and the cat are playing in the garden. El perro y el gato estn jugando en el jardn. Are the dog and the cat playing in the garden? The dog and the cat are not playing in the garden.

4. Peter and Tom are working in a pet shop. Peter y Tom estn trabajando en una tienda de mascotas. Are Peter and Tom working in a pet shop? Peter and Tom are not working in a pet shop.

5. I am inviting you to my birthday party. Yo te estoy invitando a mi fiesta de cumpleaos. Am I inviting you to my birthday party? I am not inviting you to my birthday party.

6. The kids are washing the hands. Los chicos se estn lavando las manos. Are the kids washing the hands? The kids are not washing the hands.

7. The doctor is talking to the nurse. El doctor est hablando con la enfermera. Is the doctor talking to the nurse? The doctor is not talking to the nurse.

8. My friends are opening a new store. Mis amigos estn abriendo un nuevo negocio. Are my friends opening a new store? My friends are not opening a new store.

9. Max is sending you an e-mail. Max est envindote un correo electrnico. Is Max sending you an e-mail? Max is not sending you an e-mail.

10. I am staying at the hotel. Yo me estoy alojando en el hotel. Am I staying at the hotel? I am not staying at the hotel.

1. I want some juice. 2. Theres some meat in the dish. 3. Has she got a map? 4. Have you got any money? 5. He needs a snack. 6. Its an Italian pizza. 7. We use any in negative sentences and questions in all nouns. 8. We use some in affirmative sentences with all nouns. 9. We use a , an or numbers with countable nouns. 10. There are some mosquitoes in my bedroom. 11. There wasnt any litter on the beach. 12. There are some sandwiches on my party. 13. She eats some bananas for breakfast. 14. She drinks some milk with her cereal. 15. Can I have some cookies? 16. A dog will bite if its afraid. 17. Are there any good books in the library? 18. There wasnt any space in the cupboard. 19. There isnt a pencil in the drawer.

20. There is a pencil in my bag. 21. There is some rice left. 22. There isnt any time left. 23. Theres some ice cream in the freezer. 24. Theres a rainbow in the sky. 25. The doctor gives Jane an injection.

1. Weve got much rice. 2. There isnt a lot of rice. 3. My sister eats many sweets. 4. There arent many vegetarians in my school. 5. There arent a lot of vegetables. 6. I dont drink much juice. 7. There was a lot of traffic. 8. In Antarctica there isnt much traffic. 9. There is much rain in August. 10. Does the teacher give much homework? 11. Theres a lot of fruit in the bowl. 12. A lot of people like hamburgers. 13. We went to America many years ago. 14. There are a lot of people on the beach. 15. I havent got any clothes. 16. There isnt any sunscreen in this bottle. 17. There are many children in the park. 18. There arent any restaurants in my town. 19. I havent got any homework today.

20. How many brothers have you got? 21. How many cousins have you got? 22.How much money is there in your bag? 23. How many CDs have you got? 24. There isnt any pollution in Sweden. 25. There isnt any noise in Antarctica. Put the verbs into the correct form (future I). Use going to. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. It is going to rainhe / she / it + is + going to + infinitive . They are going to eatwe / you / they + are + going to + infinitive stew. I am going to wearI + am + going to + infinitive blue shoes tonight. We are not going to helpwe / you / they + are + not + going to + infinitive you. Jack is not going to walkhe / she / it + is + not + going to + infinitive home. Are you going to cookAre + we / you / they + going to + infinitive dinner? Sue is not going to sharethird person singular + is + not + going to + infinitive her biscuits. 8. Are they going to leaveAre + we / you / they + going to + infinitive the house? 9. Is she going to take partIs + he / she / it + going to + infinitive in the contest? 10. I am not going to spendI + am + not + going to + infinitive my holiday abroad this year. 1 out of 10 answers are correct. 1) He is going to phone his friend. 2) We are going to play a new computer game. 3) My sister is going to watch TV. 4) You are going to have a picnic next Tuesday. 5) Jane is going to go to the office. 6) They are going to walk to the bus stop this afternoon. 7) His brother is going to write a letter to his uncle today. 8) She is going to visit her aunt. 9) I am going to do my homework after school. 10) Sophie and Nick are going to meet her friends. 1) She is not going to walk to the stadium. 2) Are you going to fly to London? 3) John is not going to eat anything. 4) Is she going to stay at a campsite? 5) What are you going to do tomorrow? 6) I am not going to see Dennis tonight. 7) Is Alexander going to take the next bus? 8) They are not going to play football in the gym. 9) When are you going to give me the book back? 10) Angela is going to spend a week in Poland.

Put the verbs into the correct tense (Simple Past or Past Progressive). 1. While Tom was reading, Amely was watchingtwo actions happening at the same time in the past, emphasis on progress = Past Progressive a documentary on TV. 2. Marvin came home, switched on the computer and checkedactions happening one after another = Simple Past his emails. 3. The thief sneaked into the house, stole the jewels and leftactions happening one after another = Simple Past without a trace. 4. Nobody was listening while the teacher was explainingtwo actions happening at the same time in the past, emphasis on progress = Past Progressive the tenses. 5. While we were doing a sight-seeing tour, our friends were lyingtwo actions happening at the same time in the past, emphasis on progress = Past Progressive on the beach. 6. He woke up and lookedactions happening one after another = Simple Past at his watch.

1. Astronauts had flown through space for hours. Had astronauts flown through space for hours? Astronauts had not flown through space for hours.

2. The boys had stolen the bicycles. Had the boys stolen the bicycles? The boys had not stolen the bicycles.

3. They had had a long and uncomfortable trip. Had they had a long and uncomfortable trip? They had not had a long and uncomfortable trip.

4. The beggar had found five bottles of beer. Had the beggar found five bottles of beer? The beggar had not found five bottles of beer.

5. He had showed me the content of the parcel. Had he showed me the content of the parcel? He had not showed me the content of the parcel.

6. My sister Ann had begun her diet a week ago. Had my sister Ann begun her diet a week ago? My sister Ann had not begun her diet a week ago.

7. She had thought a good idea. Had she thought a good idea? She had not thought a good idea.

8. The postman had delivered my letter. Had the postman delivered my letter? The postman had not delivered my letter?

9. He had retired from political life. Had he retired from political life? He had not retired from political life.

10. Alice had left her bag on a chair. Had Alice left her bag on a chair? Alice had not left her bag on a chair. http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com/sp/presentperfect1.html