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Estimados estudiantes y padres de familia:

El presente taller tiene como fin agilizar y facilitar el aprendizaje en la asignatura de inglés, aportando
los fundamentos básicos que se desarrollarán en clase y una serie de ejercicios que servirán de práctica
permitiendo el afianzamiento del conocimiento impartido en el aula.

Los buenos resultados en el aprendizaje de un idioma se dan con el manejo concienzudo y reiterado del
vocabulario y el desarrollo de actividades relacionadas con él.

No se debe olvidar que de acuerdo a los nuevos parámetros de evaluación y promoción de la


Institución, es obligatorio la realización del examen final de período. En la asignatura de inglés este
examen se basará en este taller, por esta razón hay suficientes ejercicios que desarrollan las destrezas
para lograr una óptima valoración en el mismo.

La supervisión de la realización de los ejercicios es un deber compartido entre los padres en primera
instancia y la profesora, quien en clase absolverá las dudas que surjan, pero insisto es necesario el
acompañamiento del padre de familia o acudiente.

Teniendo en cuenta lo anterior, y como otra manera de contribuir con el estudiante y el padre de familia
se ha puesto a su disposición por la Internet el sitio: www.laprofemartha.jimdo.com donde encontrará,
videos, canciones, ejercicios en línea y otras actividades que le facilitarán un buen desempeño en clase.

Con mis mejores deseos para que este período sea fructífero y de mucho éxito.

Gracias por leer este mensaje.

Con afecto,

Martha

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PRONOUNS
PRONOUNS

I YOU HE SHE IT

WE YOU THEY

VERB TO BE AFFIRMATIVES
() & ( )

SUBJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENT

Normal Contraction
 I am    I’m 
 You are    You’re 
 He is    He’s 
 She is    She’s 
 It is    It’s 
 We are    We’re 
 They are    They’re 

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This is the verb to be, look at the ways to write the sentences. (Observa las dos maneras como se
usa escribir oraciones con el verbo TO BE )

 I am Orlando   I’m Orlando 


 I am in Anapoima   I’m in Anapoima 
 You are Lois   You’re Lois 
 You are in the class room   You’re in the class room 
 He is Victor   He’s Victor 
 He is in Peru   He’s in Peru 
 She is Susan   She’s Susan 
 She is in New York   She’s in New York 
 It is a red color   It’s a red color 
 It is a monkey   It’s a monkey 
 We are Steven and Jessica   We’re Steven and Jessica 
 They are Erika and Jessica   They’re Erika and Jessica 
 You are George and Jack   You’re George and Jack 
 Victor and I are in Venezuela   Steven is in Costa Rica 
 The cat and the dog are in the living room  () = Listen & = And ( ) = Repeat

EXERCISES 01
A. Join the drawing with their corresponding text (Unir el dibujo con su texto correspondiente)

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B. Chose the correct form of the verb to be - am/is/are (Escoja la forma correcta del verbo ser o estar)

EXAMPLE
Charles ________ at school  Charles is at school
Charles and Mary ________ at hospital  Charles and Mary are at hospital

1. My name ________ James. 2. He ______ a teacher. 3. There_______ a pen on the desk

4. It ______ a book. 5. He ________ a lawyer. 6. The boys ________ in the garden.

7. Susie ________ a housewife. 8. She ________ a student. 9. They ________ my friends.

10. You ________ a student. 11. I ______ a student. 12. She _______ an English teacher

13. She ______ a dentist 14. We ______ mechanics. 15. Mary ________ the secretary.

16. You ______ pilots. 17. They ______ policemen. 18. John and Lucy ________ at school

19. They _______ English 20. I ________ a student 21. My name _______ Nikita

22. I _______ OK, thanks 23. I _______ now at home. 24. Daisy and Steve _____ boyfriends

C. Order the words correctly to make positive sentences with the verb "to be" (Ordene las palabras
correctamente para hacer oraciones positivas con el verbo “to be”)

EXAMPLE

is exercise difficult. This kids The in are garden. The


This exercise is difficult. The kids are in the garden.

1. old. years am I twenty-five. 2. We Venezuela. from are.

_________________________________ ___________________________
3. Anton a My is name student. and I'm. 4. book. This my is.

_________________________________ ___________________________
5. It's today. day a nice. 6. is John an engineer.

_________________________________ ___________________________
7 husband's My is name Johansson. 8 They are policemen.

_________________________________ ___________________________

9 students twelve There in my class. are .

_____________________________________________

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QUESTION VERB TO BE () & ( )

LOOK AT THE QUESTION WITH THE VERB TO BE. (Observa cómo se escribe la pregunta con el verbo To Be)

Affirmative verb to be  SUBJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENT

Questions verb to be  VERB + SUBJECT + COMPLEMENT + INTERROGATION

 Am I?   Are We? 
 Are you?   Are You? 
 Is She?  
 Is He?   
Are They?
 Is It?  

 Am I Orlando?   Am I in Anapoima? 
 Are You Lois?   Are You in the class room? 
 Is He Victor?   Is He in Peru? 
 Is She Susan?   Is She in New York? 
 Is It a red color?   Is It a monkey? 
 Are We Steven and Jessica?   Are They Erika and Jessica? 
 Are You George and Jack?   Are Victor and I in Venezuela? 
 Are The cat and the dog in the living room?  () = Listen ( ) = Repeat

Mr. . Mrs. . MISS .

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EXERCISE 02
Fill In The Blanks With The Verb To Be. (Completa los espacios en blanco con el verbo TO BE
correspondiente)
1. ________ I a student? 2. ________ you happy? 3. ________ he John?
4. ________ she in the car? 5. ________ it a hot day? 6. ________ we David's parents?
7. ________ you from Madrid? 8. ________ they ours? 9. ______ your brother at home?
10. ______ Big Ben in Manchester? 11. ______ Mary a singer? 12. ______ my mother a Literature teacher

In this exercise, please ask the question. (En este ejercicio haz la pregunta)
1. I´m now in Madrid.

2. Jane and Alice are sisters.

3. This is your car.

4. You’re twenty-five years old.

5. The Smiths are divorced.

6. Maria is John's sister.

7. This is your new bicycle.

Organize These Words And Make A Complete Question. (Organiza las palabras y escribe una pregunta
con sentido complete)

1. Are you hot? . 2. book? Is this your .

_________________________________ ___________________________
3. married? they Are . 4. Am I wrong? or right .

_________________________________ ___________________________
5. Is name daughter's Sandra? your . 6. Is the in school? . she .

_________________________________ ___________________________
7 and Are you Mrs. Mr. Jenkins? . 8 he English an Is teacher? .

_________________________________ ___________________________

9 Is Mr. States? Unites from Peters the .

_____________________________________________

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NEGATIVE SENTENCES

Negative verb to be  SUBJECT + VERB + NOT + COMPLEMENT

Listen () the different negative answer

Am I? I am not I’m not


Are you? You are not You’re not You aren’t
Is She? She is not She’s not She isn’t
Is He? He is not He’s not He isn’t
Is It? It is not It’s not It isn’t
Are We? We are not We’re not We aren’t
Are They? They are not They’re not They aren’t

EXERCISES 03

Listen () the question and answer it in negative form.


Example: Is Bambino a student? No, he isn’t

Is Johanna a secretary? Are you in Bogotá?

Are you a teacher? Are you a principal?

Is the school little? Are Victor and Ricardo fireman?

Is Nelcy a mathematics teacher? Are Monica and Erika Housewives?

Is Mr. Barrios a student? Is Bambino a doctor?

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Exercise: In this exercise you are going to answer in affirmative answer.
Example: Is she in Buenos Aires? Yes, she is or Yes, she’s
Is she in El Salvador?
Is He Martin Lynch?
Are they in Bolivia?
Is Colombia in America?
Is She Nicole?

GREETINGS () & ( )

 Hello   Hi 
 Good morning   Good afternoon 
 Good evening  

FAREWELLS () & ( )

 Bye – bye – bye   Good bye (Good bye, Miss Gomez) 


 Have a nice day   Good night (Good night, Mr. Barrios) 
 See you tomorrow   See you tomorrow, Mary 
 See you at noon   See you in the evening 
 See you soon   Till next time 

THE DIALOGUES () & ( )


 How are you? Fine, thanks 
 How are you? I’m very well 
 How are you doing? Fine, thank you 

NATIONALITIES () ( )
Where are you from?

 I’m from Australia   I’m from Bolivia   I’m from Brazil 


 I’m from Canada   I’m from Chile   I’m from China 
 I’m from Colombia   I’m from Egypt   I’m from England 
 I’m from France   I’m from Greece   I’m from German 
 I’m from India   I’m from Italy   I’m from Japan 
 I’m from Mexico   I’m from Nigeria   I’m from Paraguay 
 I’m from Peru   I’m from Poland   I’m from Russia 
 I’m from Saudi Arabia   I’m from Switzerland   I’m from Turkey 
 I’m from United States   I’m from Venezuela 

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WHAT’S YOUR NATIONALITY?

AMERICAN ARABIAN SAUDI AUSTRALIAN BOLIVIAN

BRAZILIAN CANADIAN CHILEAN CHINESE COLOMBIAN

EGYPTIAN ENGLISH FRENCH GERMANY GREEK INDIAN

ITALIAN JAPANESE MEXICAN NIGERIAN PARAGUAYAN PERUVIAN

POLAND RUSSIAN SPANISH SWISS TURKISH VENEZUELAN

 AUSTRALIAN   FRENCH   POLISH 


 BOLIVIAN   GREEK   RUSSIAN 
 BRAZILIAN   INDIAN   SPANISH 
 CANADIAN   ITALIAN   SWISS 
 CHILEAN   JAPANESE   SAUDI ARABIAN 
 CHINESE   MEXICAN   TURKISH 
 COLOMBIAN   NIGERIAN   AMERICAN 
 EGYPTIAN   PARAGUAYAN   VENEZUELAN 
 ENGLISH   PERUVIAN  

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CROSSWORD 01
1 2
3 4 5

6 8
7

9  11
10
13
12

14
15

19
16 17
18

20 22
21

23

24
25 27
26
28

29

30

31

32
M
33

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

30. 31. 32. 33.


My _________

___________ ,

EXERCISE 04

My _________

___________ ,

My name is
David Beckham,
I’m British. My _________ We _________

___________ , ___________.
My _________ I___________.
___________ , My _________
My _________
_I__________. ___________ ,
___________ ,
I___________.
I___________.

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DIALOGUE

Good What’s your name?


Morning.
My name is Mary
How are
you?
Good
Morning.
Fine,
thanks.

How old are you? What’s your


nationality? I’m Colombian

I’m 18
years
old.

Where are you from? What’s My


I’m from
your address is
Anapoima.
address? “Vereda
San
Judas”

What’s My phone What’s your My TV Program is “Dr.


your phone number is TV program? House”
number? 8993 272

What’s your
favorite My
It is also
color? favorite my
color is favorite
blue program

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THE PARTS OF THE HOUSE

 Bedroom   Yard   Dining room 


 Bathroom   Basement   Kitchen 
 Living room   Attic   Garage 

WHERE IS – WHERE ARE…

 Where are you? I’m in the kitchen 


 Where is Betty? She is in the yard 
 Where is Tom? He’s in the garage 
 Where are you and John? We are in the living room 
 Where are Mr. and Mrs. Wilson? They’re in the dining room 
 Where is Mrs. Torres? She’s at home 

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READING

Listen the next reading, then you read after the speaker () ( )

The students in my English Class are very interesting. Pedro is Peruvian. He’s from Lima. Nikita is Russian.
She’s from Leningrad. Mr. and Mrs. Zapata are Mexican. They’re from Mexico City.

Fred is Greek. He’s from Athens. Pierre is French. He’s from Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Hiroito are Japanese. They’re
from Tokyo. My friend Claudia and I are Colombian. We’re from Anapoima.
Yes, the students in my English class are very interesting, we’re from many different countries and we’re
friends.

PASTIME
Organize the letter of the left column. These words are about the parts of the house

LETTER SOLUTION LETTER SOLUTION LETTER SOLUTION


DRBOMEO GEAGAR ACTTI
HOBTORMA KTEHNIC DAYR
NRMOIGLVOI ENTAMBES ENDARG
IOGONMDNIR

The chimney is orange


The window is blue
The roof is red
The walls are blue and orange
The columns are dark blue
The staircase is gray
The door is white

Window Door Column Walls Staircase Chimney Roof


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THE SEASON
() ( )

 Spring   Fall (autumn) 


 Summer   Winter 

THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR


() ( )

 January   May   September 


 February   June   October 
 March   July   November 
 April   August   December 

First month of the week Second month or the year Third month of the year Fourth month of the year

Fifth month of the year Sixth month of the year Seventh month of the year Eighth month of the year

Ninth month of the year Tenth month of the year Eleventh month of the year Twelfth month of the year

THE DAYS OF THE WEEK


() ( )

 Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday 


First day of school Second day of school Third day of school Fourth day of school
 Friday   Saturday   Sunday 
Fifth day of school First day of school rest Second day of school rest

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WHAT DAY IS TODAY?
() ( )

 Today is Monday   Today is Tuesday   Today is Thursday 


 Today is Friday   Today is Sunday   Today is Saturday 
 Today is Wednesday 

CROSSWORD 02
Write in Spanish the days, months and seasons according to the picture in the little squares.

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CLOUD RAIN MOON SUN WIND

WHAT TIME IS IT?


() ( )

 It’s one o’clock   It’s two o’clock 

 It’s three o’clock   It’s four o’clock 


It’s five o’clock
   It’s six o’clock 

 It’s seven o’clock   It’s eight o’clock 


It’s nine o’clock
   It’s ten o’clock 

 It’s eleven o’clock   It’s twelve o’clock 

IN THE CLASSROOM
() ( )

 Blackboard   Ruler   Bag 


 Eraser   Sharpener   Chair 
 Chalk   Book   Desk 
 Pencil   Notebook   School desk 
 Pen   Marker   Schedule 

En inglés para señalar los objetos que están cercanos se utiliza el término
This. Para señalar los objetos lejanos se utiliza la expresión That.

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WHAT’S THIS?
() ( )

 This is a blackboard   This is a pen   This is a notebook 


 This is an eraser   This is a ruler   This is a marker 
 This is a chalk   This is a sharpener   This is a bag 
 This is a pencil   This is a book   This is a chair 
 This is a school desk   This is a desk   This is a schedule 

WHAT’S THAT?
() ( )

 That is a blackboard   That is a pen   That is a notebook 


 That is an eraser   That is a ruler   That is a marker 
 That is a chalk   That is a sharpener   That is a bag 
 That is a pencil   That is a book   That is a chair 
 That is a school desk   That is a desk   That is a schedule 

1. En oraciones negativas, para personas o cosas cercanas, utiliza this is not o la


contracción this isn't. Para hacer preguntas, utiliza Is this?
2. En oraciones negativas, para personas o cosas alejadas, utiliza that is not o la
contracción that isn't. Para hacer preguntas, utiliza Is that?

a or an

This is a book Is this a book?


1. Is this a book? 2. No, this is not a book
Yes, this is a book No, this isn’t a book

This is an umbrella Is this an umbrella?


3. Is this an umbrella? 4. No, this is not an umbrella
Yes, this is an umbrella No, this isn’t an umbrella

This is an eraser Is this a book?


5. Is this an eraser? 6. No, this is not a book
Yes, this is an eraser No, this isn’t a book

This is a pen Is this a pen?


7. Is this a pen? 8. No, this is not a pen
Yes, this is a pen. No, this isn’t a pen

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ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSROOM

BLACKBOARD
BAG BELL BILLBOARD BINDER BLACKBOARD ERASER

BOOKS CALCULATOR FOLDER CHALK COMPASS CRAYON

DESK DESK TEACHER ERASER GLOBE GLUE HIGHLIGHTER

LUNCH BOX MAP MARKER NOTEBOOK PAINT-BRUSH PAPER

PEN PENCIL PROTRACTOR REPORT CARD RULER SCHEDULE

SCISSORS SHARPENER STAPLER TAPE

EXERCISE 05
Answer the question according to the picture.
1. 2. Is this a marker?
Is this a book?
_______________________
____________________
3. Is this a tape? 4. Is this a notebook?

____________________ _______________________
5. Is this a ruler? 6. Is this a chalk?

____________________ _______________________

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OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS

ACCOUNTANT ACTOR ACTRESS ARCHAEOLOGIST ARCHITECT BAKER

BARBER BUILDER BUTCHER CAMERAMAN CARPENTER CASHIER

CHEF CLERK CLOWN CONDUCTOR CRIMINAL CYCLIST

DANCER DENTIST DOCTOR ELECTRICIAN FARMER FIREMAN

FISHER FLORIST GREENGROCER GROCER HAIRSTYLIST HOUSEPAINTER

JOURNALIST JUDGE LAWYER LIFEGUARD MAGICIAN MAID

MANICURIST MECHANIC MILKMAN MINER MUSICIAN NUN

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NURSE PEDIATRICIAN PHOTOGRAPHER PLAYER PLUMBER POLICEMAN

POSTMAN PRIEST RECEPTIONIST SAILOR SALESMAN SALESWOMAN

SCIENTIST SECRET AGENT SECRETARY COBBLER SHOESHINE SINGER

SOLDIER STUDENT TAILOR TAXI DRIVER TEACHER TRUCK DRIVER

TYPIST VETERINARY WAITER WAITRESS

EXERCISE 06

Complete the sentences and write the verb to be or the profession on the line as it is the case.

Mary is ___________ in the Poimana Hotel. Luis and Carlos ______ tailors in my town.

They are _________at Julio Cesar Sanchez School. Juana ____ a secretary in the factory.

We ______ doctors at that hospital. Mary is a __________ in that office.

Shakira is a _______ of Barranquilla. They are _________ in the children party.

I _____ a teacher at Julio Cesar Sanchez School.

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OCCUPATIONS
Look for the occupations in this letter soup.

M A R T H A H A I R S T Y L I S T O L A W Y E R E ACTOR MAGICIAN
U J T Z P R I E S T Z M E C H A N I C Z Z D R C R ACTRESS MECHANIC
B W A P G O P B P M P L U M B E R N B V T E Z A R ARCHITECT MILKMAN
BUILDER MUSICIAN
U A I D E B E F G R E E N G R O C E R R H R E O H BUTCHER PEDIATRICIAN
T I T J S E C R E T A G E N T D C Z Z P V E T R S CARPENTER PHOTOGRAPHER
C T S T U D E N T A N A P O I M A X A M Y C O M E CLERK PLUMBER
SECRETARY PRIEST
H E P I K D E N T I S T E V S M S R A N O T K U C
CLOWN RECEPTIONIST
E R Q T E A C H E R S B Z S Q P G A A D C O I S R CRIMINAL SALESMAN
R O D R A A R C H I T E C T H O K M L A H S H I E DENTIST SECRET AGENT
T Y P E D I A T R I C I A N T O K B W E S S H C T DOCTOR SHOESHINE
FARMER STUDENT
F A R M E R L R J Y W P X O U L E I U E S E D I A FLORIST TAILOR
R E C E P T I O N I S T H H I Y Z S R I G M N A R GREENGROCER TEACHER
O K D C L O W N R A C P H M T A I T H D L C A N Y HAIRSTYLIST VETERINARY
JUDGE WAITER
C R I M I N A L T C L E R K S K C V U I O D J N H LAWYER
T U O R B L M A G I C I A N L A U J W G N H E I O
J M G C F L O R I S T C A R P E N T E R Q E W R P
D S F V E T E R I N A R Y V J U L I O C E S A R P

R K M N A M A R E M A C V F I R E M A N A M A I D ACCOUNTANT MAID
J E U N S O L D I E R N C Y C L I S T T S I P Y T ARCHAEOLOGIST MANICURIST
R N H Z L I F E G U A R D T K T Y C H E F H N E T BAKER MINER
E V T S Y D E S G M E M S R O T C U D N O C R U S BARBER NUN
C N V Y I M A P O Y E I T S A N A P O I N A S W I CAMERAMAN NURSE
N N U R B F I W A E G L S M X T S I T N E I C S R CASHIER PLAYER
A A K R A E S L Z O L E E T N A T N U O C C A K U CHEF POLICEMAN
D M A C S E P E L R R E T R U C K D R I V E R C C COBBLER POSTMAN
B E J E L E H O Y T E L C R O C R E N I M C M A I CONDUCTOR SAILOR
S C I A P C E B I L Y V M T E R O L I A S A U S N CYCLIST SALESWOMAN
O I S Y N A A A U H X O I V R K N U V S P R Q H A DANCER SCIENTIST
O L E A H R W Q O G U L M R P I A V G B O R R I M ELECTRICIAN SINGER
K O S C B R E L B B O C Y N D Z C B B E S I E E Q FIREMAN SOLDIER
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MORE EXERCISES FOR PRACTICE

FILL IN THE BLANKS USING “HE, SHE, IT, WE OR THEY”:

cats Mary John


Peter and I books sister
You and Dave plane Monday
hands flowers parents
Barbara lion table
children flower piano
school daughter coffee
person eraser circus
car Ann and Kate tea

COMPLETE WITH THE VERB TO BE

1. Rita is not a boy. She's a girl. 2. Paul and Tom _________ happy. They're not sad

3. I _________ hungry. I'm thirsty. 4. Elephants _________ small. They are big.

5. Today it _________ sunny. It's cloudy. 6. Mrs. Smith _________a teacher. She's not a doctor.

CHOOSE THE BEST FORM OF THE VERB

1. _________________________ beautiful? 2. _________________________ beautiful.


a. Am I a. Am I
b. You are b. You is
c. I am c. I am

3. _________________________ cousins. 4. _________________________ cousins?


a. Are we a. Are we
b. Are they b. They are
c. We are c. We are

5. ____________________________ cold, Katy? 6. _________________________ cold today?


a. You are a. She is
b. Is she b. Is it
c. Are you c. It is

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COMPLETE (USING VERB TO BE):

1. I ___________ a student. 2. We __________ important.

3. You and I ___________ Brazilian. 4. Bob and Mary ___________ American.

5. I ___________ very happy. 6. She __________ a happy girl.

7. He _________ nineteen years old. 8. You __________ very beautiful.

9. Kelly _____________ a student. 10. Dad ___________ tired today.

11. We ___________ at school. 12. She _____________ a pretty girl.

13. It ____________ six o’clock. 14. They ____________ in the kitchen.

15. I ___________ good at English. 16. He __________ in hospital.

17. You ___________ my best friend. 18. It ___________ such a cute puppy!

19. Tommy _________ a nice boy. 20. Mrs. Jones __________ a teacher.

21. I ___________ very happy today. 22. You __________ a good student.

23. It _________ an interesting book 24. Mrs. Carrillo __________ at school

UNITE THE PAIRS, SO THAT THEY FORM SENTENCES:

Mary is beautiful.
Robert is handsome.
What is friend.
I am from Brazil.
I am your your name?

ANSWER ACCORDING TO THE EXAMPLE:


Ex: Mr. Brown / teacher Mrs. Brown / artist.
He is a teacher She is an artist.

1. Mr. Black / an architect  ___________________ 2. Miss White / a nurse  ____________________

3. Mrs. Green / an actress.  __________________ 4. Mr. Red / an engineer.  ___________________

NOW USE CONTRACTIONS (HE'S OR SHE'S):


Miss. Gray / a secretary.  _________________ Mr. White / a soldier.  _______________________

Mrs. Red / a cook.  ______________________ Mr. Green / an actor.  _______________________

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ANSWER ACCORDING TO THE EXAMPLE:

Ex: Sylvester Stallone (an actor / not a singer)  He is an actor. He is not a singer.

1. Joe Arroyo (a composer / not an actor).  ____________________ _________________________

2. Zico (a soccer player / not a singer).  ____________________ _________________________

3. Lady Diana (a princess / not a queen).  ____________________ _________________________

4. Mr. Barrios (a principal / not a secretary).  ____________________ _________________________

5. Shakira (a singer / not a queen).  ____________________ _________________________

FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE VERB TO BE:

1. __________ the shop open today? 2. __________ the shop open today?
3. __________ I your friend? 4. __________ you the best player in the basketball team?
5. __________ they musicians? 6. __________ she at the dentist now?
7. __________ the shop assistant helpful? 8. __________ you at home today?
9. __________ your friend a guitar player? 10. __________ it seven o’clock?
11. __________ you twelve years old? 12. __________ they in the living room?
13. __________ I in the garden? 14. __________ he your brother?
15. __________ we cousins? 16. __________ Mr. Barrios principal?

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING: AM NOT, IS NOT OR ARE NOT.

1. You __________ a teacher. 2. Jenny __________ in the bathroom.


3. I __________ a dancer. 4. We __________ doctors.
5. He __________ from England. 6. They __________ at work.
7. It __________ sunny today. 8. You __________ thirsty.
9. She __________ my sister. 10. I __________ fifteen years old.
11. They __________ from France. 12. Mum __________ at home.
13. It __________ a delicious cake. 14. We __________ hungry.

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PUT THE WORDS IN THE CORRECT ORDER.
1. from/we/Poland/are
2. is/he/my brother’s friend
3. in/they/are/the same class
4. Spain/am/I/from/not
5. it/snowy/is/today/not
6. friend/she/your/is?
7. you/Math/are/at/good?

Fill in the blanks using “AM, IS, ARE, AM NOT, ISN’T, AREN’T”:

1. It __________ an apple. (+) 11. Brazil __________ a country. (+)

2. Silvester __________ a dog. (-) 12. He __________ a postman. (+)

3. We __________friends. (+) 13. It __________ nine o’clock. (-)

4. I __________ hungry. (-) 14. Azores __________ an island. (+)

5. Mark __________ 15 years old. (+) 15. Mr. Richards __________ a lawyer. (+)

6. A fly __________ a big insect. (-) 16. Joe ________ ill. He __________ happy. (+ / -)

7. The Times __________ a magazine. (-) 17. London __________ a big city. (+)

8. I __________ a teacher (-) 18. David and Alan __________sisters. (-)

9. I know you. You __________ in my class. (+) 19. New York __________ near to New Jersey. (+)

10. whales __________ insects. (-) 20. Susan and I __________teachers. (-)

CORRECT THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES BY USING “ IS, ISN’T, AM, AM NOT, ARE, AREN´T”

1. Is I a student ?
2. Paris aren’t in England.
3. An ant am not a big animal.
4. Elephants is grey.
5. Ausralia aren’t a city.
6. Sam aren’t a brave boy.
7. Peter and Ann isn’t in love.

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8. John and Peter is students.
9. Lisbon aren’t a country.
10. Miss Smith are beutiful.

BUILD UP SENTENCES:

Mary/ doctor (+) (-) Yes, She is a doctor / No, she isn’t a doctor

1. Rose / teacher (-)

2. Charlie and Chris / lawyers(+)

3. Paris / London / cities (+)

4. Elephants and lions / animals (+)

5. Brad Pitt / singer (-)

CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER:

1. Mary and Carol ________ good students. 2. Peter _________ An English teacher.

a. am b. are c. is d. isn’t a. are not b. are c. is d. am

3. Mark ___________ a student at Liverpool High School. It ________ a nice school.

a. am / is b. are / is c. is / am d. is / is

4. Nicole ______ from France. I ______ from Ireland. 5. You and I __________ at the same class.

a. is / am b. are / is c. is /am d. is / are a. am b. isn’t c. is d. are

COMPLETE THESE SENTENCES ABOUT KAKA, ANGELINA JOLIE AND BRAD PITT.

1. Kaka _________ a soccer player. He _________ an attacking midfielder.


2. His full name _________ Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite.
3. He _________ from Brasilia, Brazil.
4. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt _________ both American.
5. They _________ actors.
6. They _________ married and they have six children!
7. In your opinion, _________ they a perfect couple?

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CHOOSE THE CORRECT FORM OF BE (am, are, is).

Example: He __ a boy. Answer: He is a boy.

1. I _______ a girl. 2. My father _______at work.

3. Trixi and Susi _______my cats. 4. The hamster _______in the cage.

5. I _______a painter. 6. My green pencil _______on the floor.

7. Emma and Betty_______ good friends. 8. _______you from Scotland?

9. His sister _______seven years old. 10. We _______children.

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CONTENIDO

Page
Pronouns 3
Verb To Be Affirmatives 3
Exercise 01 5
Question verb To Be 7
Exercise 02 8
Negatives Sentences 9
Exercise 03 9
Greetings 10
Farewells 10
Nationalities 10
Crossword 01 12
Exercise 04 13
Dialogue 14
The parts of the house 15
Where is – Where are… 15
Reading 16
Pastime 16
The Season 17
The months of the year 17
The days of the week 17
What day is today? 18
Crossword 02 18
What time is it? 19
In the classroom 19
What’s this? 20
What’s that? 20
A or an 20
Elements of the classroom 21
Exercise 05 21
Occupations and Professions 22
Exercise 06 23
Occupations (letter soap) 24
More exercises for practice 25

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