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WORK BOOK

WORK BOOK
Bienvenido/Welcome
Aquí realmente nos interesa tu educación, ya que comprendemos la necesidad actual de
manejar varias lenguas, por tanto nuestro propósito es brindarte la mejor educación.

Es fundamental en este curso seguir cabalmente tu reglamento:

1. Legar puntual a tu clase


2. No hablar español en clase
3. No falta a tus clases
4. Repasar en tu casa el tema visto en clase

El siguiente libro de trabajo contiene, gramática, vocabulario, para que puedas ejercitar cada una
de las habilidades ya mencionadas en el idioma inglés.

Las evaluaciones se realizaran al termino de ciertas unidades y los resultados se entregarán en


administración.

Cualquier duda referente a niveles, programación o información general, acudir directamente a


oficina de administración.

Queda absolutamente prohibido el uso de español en clase y dentro de la institución, el curso está
diseñado para aprender en forma narrativa por lo que te recomendamos no te desesperes, las
primeras dos semanas es probable te sientas sin avance, es normal, ya que familiarizando tu oído
a sonidos y palabras que jamás escuchaste.

“The different between who are you, and who you want to be, is what to do”
INDEX

Unit 1

Personal information……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1

Unit 2

Alphabet…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Unit 3

Numbers………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 4

Unit 4

Occupations………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5

Unit 5

Pronoun + be + noun …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6

Unit 6

Contraction with be …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 7

Unit 7

Negative with be ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8

Unit 8

Classroom objects …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9

Unit 9

Verb to be + adjectives ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 10


Unit 10

Family members ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 11

Unit 11

Demonstratives this, that, these, those …………………………………………………………………………… 12

Unit 12

Descriptive adjectives ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 14

Unit 13

Describe people ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 15

Unit 14

Events and time ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 16

Unit 15

Be + place …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 17

Unit 16

Clothes ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 19

Unit 17

Summary: basic sentence Patterns with be ………………………………………………………………………. 20

Unit 18

Home and work ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 22

Unit 19

Using be and have ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23

Unit 20

Describe your schedule …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 25


Unit 21

Food ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 26

Unit 22

Parts of the body and accidents ……………………………………………………………………………………… 27

Unit 23

Suggest and remedy ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 28

Unit 24

Prepositions of time…………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 29

Unit 25

Prepositions of place………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 30

Unit 26

The weather……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 31
PERSONAL INFORMATION

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VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY 2 MEETING PEOPLE


EXERCISE. Answer these questions

A - Hello. What __________ your name?

B - My _________ ___________ James. _________ __________ your name?

A - __________ name _________ Sara. Where _________ you from?

B - I ________ from Birmingham. _________ _________ you from, Sara?

A - __________ __________ _________ Mister Bianco. What __________ your job?

B - __________ __________ a student. And you?

A - __________ __________ an engineer.

EXERCISE. MATCH

_____ 1.-NAME a.5474789

_____2.-ADRESS b. 4-B

_____3.-PHONE NUMBER c.TeacherJoe@gmail.com

_____4.-APARTMENT NUMBER d. William Chen

_____5.-SOCIAL SECCURITY NUMBER e.378 Main Street

_____6.- E-MAIL ADDRESS f. 044 35-9879


ALPHABETH

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COPY THE ALPHABETH

EXERCISE. Write down the proper pronunciation.


NUMBERS

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VOCABULARY
OCCUPATIONS

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VOCABULARY

Complete the exercise student pilot nurse doctor teacher

1_______________ 2___________ 3____________ 4______________ 5____________


I
SINGULAR PLURAL
You

He
PRONOUN + BE +
EXEexweeR NOUN PRONOUN + BE + NOUN
She =pronouns
I am a student we are students
It
You are a student you are students
We

She is a student they are students They

He is a student Am

Is = forms of be
It is a country
are

Pronouns refer to nouns.


Rita is my class. She is a student.
In: she (feminine) =Rita
Tom is my class. He is a student
In: he (masculine)
A, =Tom
Rita and Tom are my class. They are students
In: they=Rita and Tom

EXERCISE. Sentence practice


Directions: Complete the sentences .Use a verb (am, is or are).Use a noun (a student or students)

1. We are students 4. Rita and Tom_____________________________

2. I _________________________________ 5. You (one person) _________________________

3. Rita_______________________________ 6.You (two person)_________________________


CONTRACTIONS WITH BE
When people speak,
PRONOUN + BE CONTRACTION
AM they often push two
I + am I´m (a) I´m a student words together.

A contractions=two
He + is He´s (b) He´s a student words that are pushed
together
IS She + is She´s (c) She´s a student
Contractions of a subject
It + is It´s (d) It´s a city pronoun * be are used
in both speaking and
writing.
You + are you´re (e) you´re a student
PUNTUACTION: The
ARE We + are we´re (f) you´re a students mark in the middle of
contractions is called an
They + are they´re (g) They´re a students
“apostrophe” (´)

NOTE: Write an apostrophe above the line. Do not write an apostrophe on the line.

EXERCISE. Sentence practice

1. Sara is a student.__________ in my class.


2. Jim is a student.__________in my class.
3. I have one brother.__________twenty years old.
4. I have two sisters.__________students.
5. I have a dictionary__________on my desk.
6. I like my classmates.__________friendly.
7. I have three books.__________on my desk.
8. My brother is twenty-six years old.__________married.
9. My sister is twenty-one years old._________single.
10. I like grammar.__________easy.
NEGATIVE WITH BE

CONTRACTIONS Not makes a sentence


(a) I am not a teacher I´m not negative.
(b) You are not a teacher you´re not/ you aren´t CONTRACTIONS: Be and not
(c) He is not a teacher she´s not/ she isn’t can be contracted.
(d) He is not a teacher He´s not/ he isn’t
(e) It is not a city it´s not/ it isn’t Note that “I am” has only
(f) We are not teachers we´re not/ we aren´t once contractions with be,
(g) You are not teachers. You´re not/you aren´t as in (a), but there are two
(h) They are not teachers. They´re not/ they aren´t contractions with be for (b)
though (g).

EXERCISE. Write sentences using is, isn’t, are and aren´t and the given information.

EXAMPLES. Africa/city…….It/ continent

Africa isn´t a city. It´s a continent

Baghdad and Chicago/city…….They/ continent

Baghdad and Chicago are cities. They aren´t continents

1. Canada/country…..It/city
__________________________________________________________________________
2. Jakarta /country……It/city
__________________________________________________________________________
3. Beijing and London/city……They/ country
__________________________________________________________________________
4. Asia/country…..It/ continent
_________________________________________________________________________
5. Asia and South America/continent…..They/country
_________________________________________________________________________

CLASSROOM OBJECTS
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VOCABULARY
NOUN + TO B E + ADJECTIVE Round

A ball is round Intelligent

Balls are round Hungry ADJECTIVES

Mary is intelligent Young

Mary and Tom are intelligent Happy

Adjectives are often followed by a


form of the verb “to be” (am, is,
PRONOUN + TO B E + ADJECTIVE are).Adjectives describe of give
information about a noun or pronoun
I am hungry
that comes at the beginning of a
She is young sentence. In conclusion, adjectives are
definitions for people, animals and
They are happy objects.

EXERCISE. Complete the sentence with be + an adjective that has an opposite meaning. Use the
adjectives in the list. Use each adjective only once.

Beautiful expensive noisy short clean fast old tall easy happy poor

1. I´m not sad. I_________________________.


2. Mr. Thomas isn´t rich.__________________.
3. My hair isn´t long.It____________________.
4. My clothes aren´t dirty. They_____________.
5. Flowers aren´t ugly. They________________.
6. Cars aren´t cheap. They_________________.
7. Airplanes aren´t slow. They______________.
8. Grammar isn´t difficult. It________________.
9. My sister isn´t short. She________________.
10. My grandparent’s aren´t young: They______.
11. The classroom isn´t quiet: it_____________.

FAMILY MEMBERS

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VOCABULARY
Demonstratives - This, that, these, those

Demonstratives are words that show which person or thing is being referred to. In the
sentence.

We use:

Demonstratives Singular Plural Near Far

This - -

That - -

These - -

Those - -

Generally speaking, we use this/these to refer to people and things, situations and
experiences that are close to the speaker or very close in time. We use that/those to refer
to people and things, situations and experiences that are more distant, either in time or
physically.

•This is a great game. (We are watching the game.)

•That was a great game. (The game is over.)

EXERCISE: Choose this, that, these or those from the drop down menu.

1. ___________car.
2. ___________bike. --------->

3. ___________pencils.

4. ___________books. ------->

5. ___________ball. ---------->

6. ___________shoes.

7. ___________mouse.

8. ___________snakes. ------>

9. ___________birds.

10. ___________cat. ---------->

11. __________apples. --------->

12. __________banana.
DESCRIPTIVES ADJECTIVES

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VOCABULARY
DESCRIBE PEOPLE

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VOCABULARY

ACTIVITY: Describe one of your classmate

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_______________________________________________________________
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EVENTS AND TIME

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VOCABULARY

EXERCISE. Draw clocks with the hours from vocabulary


BE + A PLACE
In (a): here= a place
(a) Maria is here
(b) Bob is at library In (b): at the library = a place.

Be is often followed by a place

Here

There

Downstairs
A place may be one Word, as in the
(c) Maria is upstairs example in ( c).

Inside

Outside

Downtown

PREPOSITION + NOUN

At the library

On the bus
A P lace may be a prepositional phrase
(d) Bob is in his room (prepositions) + noun), as in (d).

At work

Next to Maria
EXERCISE. Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions from the box
CLOTHES

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VOCABULARY
SUMMARY: BASIC SENTENCE PATTERNS WITH BE
SUBJET + BE + NOUN The noun or pronoun that comes at
the beginning of a sentence is called
(a) I am a student the “subject”.

SUBJET + BE + ADJECTIVE
Be is a “verb”. Almost all English
(b) I is intelligent sentences have a subject and a verb.

Notice in the examples: There are


three basic completions for sentences
SUBJET + BE + APLAC that begin with a subject + verb be:

(c) We are in class A noun, as in (a)

(d) She is upstairs An adjective, as in (b)

An expression of place, as in © and


(d)*

*An expression of place can be a preposition + noun; or it can be one Word.

EXERCISE. Write the form of be (am, is, are) that is used in each sentence.
Then write the grammar structure that follows be.

BE + COMPLETION

1. We´re students are + a noun


2. Anna is in Rome is + place
3. I´m hungry am + an adjective
4.-Sue___________ a student.

A. Is B.´s C. O

5.-The weather___________ warm today.

A. Is B.´s C. O

6.-The windows___________ open.

A. are B.´re C. O

7. -My parents___________ from Cuba.

A. are B.´re C. O

8.-My cousins___________ ´re.

A. are B.´re C. O

9-.My___________ on my desk.

A. book´s B.book´re C. O

10-.The___________ in class.

A. teacher´s B.teacher´re C. O
HOME AND WORK

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VOCABULARY
USIG BE AND HAVE
SINGULAR PLURAL I

You

We + have

(a) I have a pen (f) We have pens They


(b) You have a pen (g) You have pens
(c) He has a pen (h) they have pens.
(d) She has a pen
(e) It has blue ink.
He

She + has

it

EXERCISE. Complete the sentences. Uses have and have

1. We__________grammar books.
2. I____________ a dictionary.
3. Kate_________a blue pen.She_____a blue notebook too.
4. You_________a pen in your pocket.
5. Bob_________a notebook on his desk.
6. Anna and Bob ________notebooks. They______pens too.
7. Samir is a student in our class: He_______a red grammar book
8. I_______a grammar book.It________a red cover.
9. You and I are students.We_________books on our desks.
10.A duck________a beak.
11.Ducks_________feathers.
12.Mr. and Mrs. Johnson__________two daughters
EXERCISE. Complete this sentences with have or has and words from the list.

a headache a stomachache A cold


a sore throat toothaches a fever

1. Bob___________________ 2.Mr. Wu________________________

3.You__________________ 4.Mrs.Ramirez______________________
5.The patients__________________ 6. The frog____________________

DESCRIBE YOUR SCHEDULE

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VOCABULARY
FOOD

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VOCABULARY
PARTS OF THE BODY AND ACCIDENTS

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VOCABULARY
SUGGEST AND REMEDY

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VOCABULARY
PREPOSITIONS OF TIME
A preposition of time is a preposition that allows you to discuss a specific time period such as a
date on the calendar, one of the days of the week, or the actual time something takes place.
Prepositions of time are the same words as prepositions of place, however they are used in a
different way. You can easily distinguish these prepositions, as they always discuss times rather
than places

at in on
PRECISE TIME MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS DAYS and DATES
at 3 o'clock in May on Sunday
at 10.30am in summer on Tuesdays
at noon in the summer on 6 March
at dinnertime in 1990 On 25 Dec. 2010
at bedtime in the 1990s on Christmas Day
at sunrise in the next centro on Independence Day
at sunset in the Ice Age on my birthday
at the moment in the past/future on New Year's Eve

Look at these examples:

 I have a meeting at 9am.

 The shop closes at midnight.

 Jane went home at lunchtime.

 In England, it often snows in December.

 Do you think we will go to Jupiter in the future?

 There should be a lot of progress in the next century.

 Do you work on Mondays?

 Her birthday is on 20 November.

 Where will you be on New Year's Day?


PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
Generally, we use at, in and on when we talk about the location of things. What do the
prepositions in these three things tell us about the locations?

at in on
POINT ENCLOSED SPACE SURFACE

at the corner in the Garden on the wall

at the bus stop in London on the ceiling

at the door in France on the door

at the top of the page in a box on the cover

at the end of the road in my pocket on the floor

at the entrance in my wallet on the carpet

at the crossroads in a building on the menu

at the front desk in a car on a page

Look at these examples:

 Jane is waiting for you at the bus stop.

 The shop is at the end of the street.

 My plane stopped at Dubai and Hanoi and arrived in Bangkok two hours late.

 When will you arrive at the office?

 Do you work in an office?

 I have a meeting in New York.


THE WEATHER

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VOCABULARY
EXERCISE. March words and pictures: What’s the weather like? It´s….
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