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MODULO 

INGLES  
COLEGIO SAN LORENZO GIUSTINIANI 

DOCENTE: DAVID PINZON  

Ciclo 6

ESTE MODULO PERTENECE A:  

NOTAS: 

First and second can, could,


conditional Reported speech  Present perfect activities
will be able to vs past simple

Nota final 
modulo 
Primer periodo 
use to and Linking
either text
used to phrases Third conditional

Nota final 
modulo 
Segundo 
periodo 
COLEGIO SAN LORENZO GIUSTINIANI 
“Ciencia y Virtud” 
ACUERDO PEDAGÓGICO

I. IDENTIFICACIÓN
ÁREA: Lenguaje ASIGNATURA: Ingles
I.H.S.: PERIODO: Primero GRADO: Ciclo 6 JORNADA:
DOCENTE: David Ancizar Pinzon Morales
FECHA INICIAL: 27 de enero del 2020 FECHA FINAL: 3 de abril del 2020
II. OBJETIVO DEL CURSO
Identificar diferentes intereses y expectativas entorno a mi crecimiento como individuo,
expresándolo por medio de textos, charlar y presentaciones.
III. CONTENIDO TEMÁTICO
Temas Fecha Programada
Acuerdo Pedagógico.  27 de enero del 2020
First and second conditional 
23 de julio de 2019
exposicion 
First and second conditional  6 de agosto de 2019
can, could, will be able to 
20 de agosto de 2019
exposicion 
Reported speech Using say and tell  27 de agosto de 2019
Present perfect versus past simple  3 de septiembre de
2019
Examen Final  y exposicion final 10 de septiembre de
2019
Planes de apoyo 17 de septiembre de
2019
IV. SISTEMA DE EVALUACIÓN
CRITERIOS DE EVALUACIÓN % TIEMPO PARA SU DESARROLLO
Autoevaluación  
Según criterio del Sistema Institucional de Evaluación de 
SER 20% Coevaluación   20% 
los Estudiantes. 
Heteroevaluación  
Todos  los  Jueves  se  desarrolla  el  Exposiciones, 
Exposiciones
SABER 40% apoyándose en la clase de ingles. 
Examen Final Examen final 
Listening 
En cada clase se desarrollarán actividades en el módulo, 
Speaking 
las cuales integran los 5 factores de evaluación del 
Writing 
SABER HACER inglés. 
Reading 
40%
Monologue  
Se revisará los desempeños del Exposiciones y se 
Exposiciones
promediaran. 
COLEGIO SAN LORENZO GIUSTINIANI 
“Ciencia y Virtud” 
ACUERDO PEDAGÓGICO 
 
V. NORMAS Y RECOMENDACIONES
 Se prohíbe el uso del celular sin autorización del docente para casos indispensables, el
uso sin su autorización generará la detención de este y será entregado según protocolo
del Manual de Convivencia y Contrato de Prestación del Servicio Educativo.
 Se prohíben los permisos durante el desarrollo de la clase, en cumplimiento de lo
señalado por la coordinación de Disciplina de la institución.
 Respeto mutuo entre estudiantes, docentes y estudiantes. De esta manera se debe
respetar y ejecutar el conducto regular.
 Las excusas serán entregadas la clase siguiente a la ausencia, estas deben venir
firmadas con el recibido de la institución (los trabajos realizado en la clase de ausencia se
deben presentar inmediatamente con la excusa de lo contrario no serán valorados más si
serán revisados.
 Para reclamos sobre calificaciones debe presentar los trabajos revisados por el docente,
en caso de este presentar tachones no se permitirán reclamos.
 Los trabajos cuya valoración sea Desempeño Bajo (1.0 – 2.9) puede volver a presentarse
con sus debidas correcciones en la Semana de Recuperaciones. Se aclara que el
estudiante que no presente los trabajos no tendrá opción de presentarlos en dicha
semana

El presente acuerdo empieza a regir a partir de la fecha, para constancia se firma en Ibagué – Tolima
a los 16 días del mes de ABRIL del año 2019.
 

DOCENTE COORDINADOR REPRESENTANTE DE


GRUPO
 

 
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
FIRST CONDITIONAL
“if” clause main clause
If it rains, … … he will bring his umbrella.
… he won’t play outside.

main clause “if” clause


He will bring his umbrella… … if it rains.
He won’t play outside …
The first conditional is used to talk about things that may possibly happen in the future.

z Complete the sentences below by making First Conditional statements. Use your
imagination!

1. If we don’t arrive on time, ______________________________________________

2. I will watch TV _____________________________________________________

3. If he gets up at 5 o’clock, ______________________________________________

4. We will be hungry ___________________________________________________

5. If the phone rings, ___________________________________________________

6. I will laugh ________________________________________________________

7. If our exam isn’t tomorrow, _____________________________________________

8. They won’t buy a new car _____________________________________________

9. If you hit me, ______________________________________________________

10. I’ll give you ten dollars _______________________________________________

11. If he doesn’t take a bus, ______________________________________________

12. The glass will break __________________________________________________

13. If I don’t watch that movie _____________________________________________

14. My boss will get angry ________________________________________________

15. If the weather is nice tomorrow, ________________________________________


16 Question Strips
FIRST CONDITIONAL

x What will you do if you can’t sleep tonight?

x If your TV breaks next week, what will you do?

x How will you feel if you fail your next test?

x If you get lots of homework, how will you feel?

x What will your teacher say if you are late tomorrow?

x If you feel bored next Saturday, what will you do?

x What will you eat if you are hungry at midnight tonight?

x If you want to relax after class, what will you watch on TV?

x What medicine will you take if you catch a cold next week?

x If you decide to eat out, which restaurant will you go to?

x When will you go to bed if you are really tired tonight?

x If you don’t eat breakfast tomorrow, will you feel hungry?

x Will you ask our teacher for help if you have a question?

x If you have some free time on Saturday, will you study more?

x Will you get a cat if you decide to get a new pet?

x If it rains tomorrow, will you bring an umbrella?


NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________

GRAMMAR QUIZ
FIRST CONDITIONAL
 Complete these eighteen sentences to score your knowledge of the FIRST CONDITIONAL.

1. If you … some eggs, I … some 10. If we … hungry later, we … some


coffee. pizzas.
a) will cook / make a) are / will order
b) cook / will make b) will be / order

2. My brother … his car this afternoon if 11. If my boss … me, I … for a new job
he … enough time. with another company.
a) will wash / has a) will fire / look
b) wash / will have b) fires / will look

3. James … some books if he … to 12. I … my teacher some questions if I


the library. … the lesson.
a) will borrow / goes a) ask / will not understand
b) borrows / will go b) will ask / don’t understand

4. If I … more money, I … a bank 13. Don’t worry! If you … out of the tree,
machine. I … you!
a) need / will find a) fall / will catch
b) will need / find b) will fall / catch

5. Sarah … a doctor if she still … 14. Let’s clean our apartment. If you
sick tomorrow, … the floor, I … the dishes.
a) sees / will feel a) sweep / will wash
b) will see / feels b) will sweep / wash

6. We … a movie tonight if we … 15. If the weather … nice tomorrow, we


bored. … to the beach.
a) watch / will feel a) is / will go
b) will watch / feel b) will be / go

7. If our class … early, I … home and 16. If our teacher … us another test
study. on Monday, I … happy.
a) finishes / will go a) will give / am not happy
b) will finish / go b) gives / will not be

8. If Thomas and Michael …my help 17. We … to bed right away if we …


later, I … them. late tonight.
a) will need / help a) will go / get home
b) need / will help b) go / will get home

9. The children … warm clothes 18. I … a headache if I … to more of


tomorrow if it …cold. that loud music!
a) wear / will be a) will have / listen
b) will wear / is b) have / will listen

17 – 18 = Excellent 15 – 16 = Good 14 or Less = Study More!

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NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
SECOND CONDITIONAL
“if” clause main clause
If I won a million dollars, … I would put the money in a bank.
… I could buy an airplane.
… I might give it all away.

main clause “if” clause


I would put the money in a bank … if I won a million dollars.
I could buy an airplane
I might give it all away
NOTES:
(1) The second conditional is used to talk about future events that are hypothetical or improbable.
(2) To form negative sentences, add ‘not’ after ‘would’, ‘could’ and ‘might’. Eg “ … I might not give it all away.”

 Complete the sentences below by making Second Conditional statements. Use your
imagination!

1. If I had longer summer holidays, _______________________________________

2. If John did more exercise, ____________________________________________

3. If Mrs. Smith spoke Chinese, __________________________________________

4. If I won a million dollars, ______________________________________________

5. _________________________________________, you could live for 150 years.

6. ___________________________________________, I might look for a new job.

7. ______________________________________, people would be very surprised.

8. ___________________________________________________, he would laugh.

9. If aliens landed on Earth, ____________________________________________

10. If animals could talk, ________________________________________________

11. If people lived on the moon, ____________________________________________

12. If I spent all my money, _______________________________________________

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16 Question Strips
SECOND CONDITIONAL

x What would you do if you could travel back in time?

x What would you do if you could travel into the future?

x What would you do if you saw a ghost?

x What would you do if you were the richest person alive?

x What would you do if you had a pet dinosaur?

x What would you do if you had a 3D printer?

x What would you do if you were a robot?

x What would you do if you could fly like a bird?

x What would you do if animals could talk?

x What would you do if you were the leader of your country?

x What would you do if spiders could fly?

x What would you do if a robber asked for all of your money?

x What would you do if you were the leader of your country?

x What would you do if you forgot your own name?

x What would you do if you could travel anywhere?

x What would you do if you had a space ship?


GRAMMAR DISCUSSION
SECOND CONDITIONAL
Student ‘A’
 Discuss the questions below with your partner.

1. What would you do if you could travel back in time?


2. What would you do if you saw a ghost?
3. What would you do if you were the richest person alive?
4. What would you do if you had a pet dinosaur?
5. What would you do if you had a 3D printer?
6. Where would you go if you could travel anywhere?
7. What would you do if you could fly like a bird?
8. What would you do if you forgot your own name?
9. What would you do if spiders could fly?
10. What would you do if it rained every day?


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GRAMMAR DISCUSSION
SECOND CONDITIONAL
Student ‘B’
 Discuss the questions below with your partner.

1. What would you do if you could travel into the future?


2. What would you do if you saw an alien?
3. What would you do if you were the smartest person alive?
4. What would you do if you had a pet monkey?
5. What would you do if you had a space ship?
6. What would you buy if you had a million dollars?
7. What would you do if you were a robot?
8. What would you do if a robber asked for all your money?
9. What would you do if animals could talk?
10. What would you do if you were the leader of your country?
QUESTIONS ABOUT YOU

SECOND CONDITIONAL
 Answer the questions about you. Use the second
conditional in your answers.

1. Who would you talk to if you could travel back in time?

_________________________________________________________

2. Where would you go on holiday if you could travel anywhere?

_________________________________________________________

3. What would you say if you met an alien from another planet?

_________________________________________________________

4. How would you feel if you were the only person on earth?

_________________________________________________________

5. What would you print if you had a 3D printer?

_________________________________________________________

6. What would you buy if you were very, very rich?

_________________________________________________________

7. What would you do if you could choose any job in the world?

_________________________________________________________

8. Would you be happy if you had a pet dinosaur?

_________________________________________________________
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
CAN and COULD
I I
You You
He can He can’t
She could drive. She couldn’t drive.
It It
We We
They They
Yes, No,
I I I
you you you
Can he he can. he can’t.
Could she drive? she could. she couldn’t.
it it it
we we we
they they they

z Fill in the blanks below to complete the sentences. Use the words in the above box.

1. I ___________ go to the party last night because I was sick.


2. A: ___________ Noel cook Italian food? B: Yes, he ___________.
3. My sister ___________ swim last year, but now she ___________.
4. They ___________ go shopping yesterday because the store was closed.
5. A: ___________ you read when you were four years old? B: Yes, I __________.
6. Ellie ___________ ride a bicycle. She rides it to school every day.
7. I’m very tired, so I ___________ go out to the park to play.
8. A: ___________ you see the moon last night? B: No, I ___________.
9. When ___________ I talk to you about the company report?
10. Most dinosaurs walked on land, but some ___________ fly or even swim.
11. Excuse me, I ___________ hear you right now. The music is too loud.
12. I ___________ drive a truck when I was only sixteen years old.
13. Douglas hit the tree because he ___________ stop his car.
14. How many hot dogs ___________ you eat at one time?
15. I ___________ read without my reading glasses. Where are they?
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
COULD YOU…? REQUESTS
(A) I’m going to the supermarket.
(B) Could you please buy some milk?
(A) Sure, no problem!

‘Could you…?’ is used as a polite way to ask for something.

z Complete the conversations below by making polite requests.

1. (A) I’m going to Starbucks.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

2. (A) I’m going to the library.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

3. (A) I’m going to our English class.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

4. (A) I’m going to the kitchen.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

5. (A) I’m going to London.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

6. (A) I’m going to the vegetable market.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

7. (A) I’m going to McDonald’s.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

8. (A) I’m going to the post office.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

9. (A) I’m going to a pet shop.


(B) _________________________________________________________________

10. (A) I’m going home.


(B) ________________________________________________________________
NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________

GRAMMAR QUIZ
CAN and COULD
⚫ Complete these sixteen sentences.

1. I know how to speak English and 9. … find some information about


German. I … speak two languages. travelling in Europe?
a) can’t a) Where I could
b) can b) Where I can
c) could c) Where can I
2. (A) Can he swim? 10. I was late for class last Thursday
(B) Yes, he …. because I … start my car.
a) can a) couldn’t
b) could b) can’t
c) can’t c) could
3. I don’t know where to park my car. 11. I need someone to teach my class.
Where … my car? … you … my class?
a) can park a) Can / teach
b) I can park b) Could / teaches
c) can I park c) Can / teaching
4. I don’t understand this math problem. 12. I’m very sorry, but I don’t think I …
Can he … me? you.
a) helps a) can help
b) help b) couldn’t help
c) helping c) can’t help
5. He … run very fast last year, but now 13. The company is looking for a person
he can. who ….
a) couldn’t a) can’t work hard
b) can b) can work hard
c) can’t c) couldn’t work hard
6. (A) Do you think that they can cook well? 14. (A) Can she …?
(B) Yes, I …. (B) No, she can’t right now.
a) am a) answers the phone
b) can b) answer the phone
c) do c) answering the phone
7. … remember everything our teacher 15. They couldn’t speak English very
said yesterday? well before, but now ….
a) Could a) they could
b) Can you b) can they
c) Are you c) they can
8. He is late again! Why … he arrive 16. Excuse me. … find the manager of
on time? the shipping department?
a) could a) Where can
b) can b) Where I can
c) can’t c) Where can I

15 – 16 = Excellent 13 – 14 = Good 12 or Less = Study More!


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NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
REPORTED SPEECH 1
Present Simple
direct Sam said, “I feel hungry.”

reported Sam said (that) he felt hungry.

 Write the sentences using reported speech.

1. My 2. I can’t 3. I don’t 4. I have 5. I’m


kids are go to know the some late for
at home. work. answer. free time. class.

6. I want 7. I don’t 8. Sam 9. The


to eat feel well. feels 10. You’re
pens are right!
lunch. hungry. blue.

1. ____________________________________________________________________

2. ____________________________________________________________________

3. ____________________________________________________________________

4. ____________________________________________________________________

5. ____________________________________________________________________

6. ____________________________________________________________________

7. ____________________________________________________________________

8. ____________________________________________________________________

9. ____________________________________________________________________

10. ____________________________________________________________________

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GRAMMAR WORKSHEET

REPORTED SPEECH 2
Present Simple Yes/No Qs

Questions direct Cathy asked, “Is it two o’clock?”


reported Cathy asked if it was two o’clock.

W/H Qs
direct Cathy asked, “What time is it?”
reported Cathy asked what time it was.

z Write the questions using reported speech.

1. Is the 2. Are 3. Who 4. What’s 5. Are


meeting they is his you
at three? here? she? name? okay?

6. Can 7. Where 8. Does 9. Am 10. Do


you is Mary I they like
drive? Tom? work? late? Toronto?

1. ____________________________________________________________________

2. ____________________________________________________________________

3. ____________________________________________________________________

4. ____________________________________________________________________

5. ____________________________________________________________________

6. ____________________________________________________________________

7. ____________________________________________________________________

8. ____________________________________________________________________

9. ____________________________________________________________________

10. ____________________________________________________________________
NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________

GRAMMAR QUIZ
REPORTED SPEECH: Present Simple
 Use Reported Speech to complete the sentences below.
*FOUR questions have 2 possible answers!
1. > “What time is it?” 9. > “Alaska is very cold.”
Roberto … me what time it was. Our teacher said Alaska … cold.
a) ask a) if it was very
b) asks b) was very
c) asked c) very
2. > “I have a new job.” 10. > “What’s the capital of Bolivia?”
Samantha said she … a new job. John asked me ….
a) had a) if the capital of Bolivia was
b) have b) what the capital of Bolivia is
c) has c) what the capital of Bolivia was
3. > “I’m a student” 11. > “Do you know the answer?”
Sam said he …. Cindy asked me if … the answer.
a) was a student a) I knew
b) a student b) she knew
c) does a student c) she knows
4. > “Do you work at night?” 12. > “I can speak three languages.”
Maria asked … at night. Thomas said he …three languages.
a) if she works a) can spoke
b) if I worked b) could spoke
c) does she work c) could speak
5. > “I don’t like Monday mornings.” 13. > “Does Jim have a truck?”
Stewart said he … Monday mornings. Kelly asked … a truck.
a) doesn’t like a) Jim if he has a truck
b) didn’t like b) me if Jim had a truck
c) didn’t liked c) what does Jim have
6. > “The kids are outside.” 14. > “Are we late?”
My wife said that the kids … outside. Anna … late.
a) if they were a) asked we are
b) were b) said we were
c) is c) asked if we were
7. > “Is he our teacher?” 15. > “How are you?”
My classmate asked me … teacher. Ms. Jones ….
a) if he was our a) asked if how I am
b) he is a b) said how was I
c) is he a c) asked how I was
8. > “It’s ten o’clock.” 16. > “Mercury is a small planet.”
Emma said that …ten o’clock. She said Mercury … a small planet.
a) it was a) was
b) the time b) is
c) was it c) if it was

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NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
USED TO
I I
You You
He He
She used to swim. She didn’t use to swim.
It It
We We
They They
Yes, No,
I I I
you you you
he he he
Did she use to swim? she did. she didn’t.
it it it
we we we
they they they

 Re-write the sentences below using “used to”.

1. Last month, I rode my bicycle to school. Now, I don’t ride my bicycle to school.
2. ____________________________________________________________________.
2. Ten years ago, I studied Japanese. Now, I don’t study Japanese.
4. ____________________________________________________________________.
3. Before, I didn’t do exercise. Now, I do exercise.
6. ____________________________________________________________________.
4. Last year, my classmate didn’t study hard. Now, he studies hard.
8. ____________________________________________________________________.
5. A long time ago, people didn’t have electricity. Now, people have electricity.
10. ____________________________________________________________________.
6. When I was young, I was lazy. Now, I’m not lazy.
12. ____________________________________________________________________.
7. A long time ago, people didn’t have TV. Now, people have TV.
14. ____________________________________________________________________.
8. When Sarah was younger, she was short. Now, Sarah is tall.
14. ____________________________________________________________________.
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GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
USED TO
I I
You You
He He
She used to walk more She didn’t use to drive cars.
It often. It
We We
They They

z Use your imagination and write about what people “used to” do before these
inventions.

1. televisions (1926)
2.
____________________________________________________________________.
____
__
__ _.
___
2. electric lights (1879)
4.
____________________________________________________________________.
3. alarm clocks (1847)
6.
____________________________________________________________________.
4. cameras (1814)
8.
____________________________________________________________________.
5. telescopes (1608)
10.
____________________________________________________________________.
6. guns (about 1,000 years ago)
12.
____________________________________________________________________.
_______
__
____
__
__.
7. written words (about 5,000 years ago)
14.
____________________________________________________________________.
___
_________.
__
8. farming (about 10,000 years ago)
14.
____________________________________________________________________.
NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________
QUESTIONS ABOUT YOU
USED TO
 Answer the questions about you (when you were
a young child). Use ‘used to’ in your answers.

1. What did you use to watch on TV?

_________________________________________________________

2. What time did you use to go to bed at night?

_________________________________________________________

3. What time did you use to get up in the morning?

_________________________________________________________

4. What games did you use to play?

_________________________________________________________

5. Who used to be your best friend?

_________________________________________________________

6. What did you use to think about?

_________________________________________________________

7. Where did you use to live?

_________________________________________________________

8. Did you use to walk to school?

_________________________________________________________

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GRAMMAR DISCUSSION
USED TO
Student ‘A’
 Discuss the questions below with your partner.

1. What did people use to do before television was invented?


2. How did people use to travel before there were cars?
3. How did people use to see at night before there were electric lights?
4. What games did you use to play as a child?
5. What job did your grandfather use to have?
6. What hobby did you use to have ten years ago?
7. How long ago did most people use to hunt animals for food?
8. What did people use to do before cameras were invented?
9. Why did people use to have shorter lives hundreds of years ago?
10. Finish this sentence: “I used to …, but now I don’t.”


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GRAMMAR DISCUSSION
USED TO
Student ‘B’
 Discuss the questions below with your partner.

1. How did people use to get information before the Internet was invented?
2. How did people use to wash clothes before there were washing machines?
3. What did people use to do in their free time a hundred years ago?
4. Where did you use to live as a child?
5. What did you use to look like ten years ago?
6. How long ago did most people use to cook with fire?
7. How did people use to buy things before there was money?
8. Fewer people smoke than before. Why did more people use to smoke in the past?
9. What favorite toy did you use to have as a kid?
10. Finish this sentence: “I didn’t use to …, but now I do.”
16 Question Strips
USED TO

x What did you use to look like ten years ago?

x Where did you use to live when you were a child?

x What games did you use to play when you were a child?

x What hobbies did you use to have ten years ago?

x What favorite toy did you use to have when you were a kid?

x How did people use to buy things before there was money?

x What did people use to do before television was invented?

x How did people use to travel before there were cars?

x What did people use to do in their free time 100 years ago?

x What did people use to do before there were cameras?

x What did people use to do before there were cell phones?

x What did people use to do before there were electric lights?

x What did people use to do before there were clocks?

x What did people use to do before there were computers?

x How long ago did most people use to cook with fire?

x How long ago did most people use to hunt for food?
NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
LINKERS: TIME (past)
 first First, Sam woke up at six o’clock.
 then Sam got up. Then, he ate breakfast. OR: Sam got up and then he …
 next Sam ate breakfast. Next, he went to work.
OR: Sam ate breakfast and next he went to work.
 after Sam went to work after he ate breakfast.
OR: After he ate breakfast, Sam went to work.
 after that Sam ate breakfast. After that, he went to work.
OR: Sam ate breakfast and after that he went to work.
 before Sam ate breakfast before he went to work.
OR: Before he went to work, Sam ate breakfast.
 before that Sam went to work. Before that, he ate breakfast.
 finally Sam finished work, came home and watched TV.
Finally, he went to bed. OR: He finally went to bed.

 Complete the sentences below. Use the linking words in the box. There may be
more than one possible answer for some sentences.

1. I watched TV ______________________ I went to bed last night.


2. I caught the ball ______________________ he threw it.
3. He saw the fire. ______________________, he cried for help.
4. I got washed and dressed ______________________ I went to work.
5. The phone rang. ______________________, I answered it.
6. ______________________, she got on the plane and then she found her seat.
7. Mr. Davies lived to be 104 years old. He ______________________ died in 1908.
8. They said, “Good-bye” ______________________ they left.
9. I was late but after two hours I ______________________ arrived at college.
10. We bought the movie tickets. ______________________, we saw the movie.
11. The little boy cried ______________________ he fell off his bicycle.
12. ______________________, Tom opened the box and then he looked inside.
13. ______________________, he went to the bank. After that, he went shopping.
14. I stayed awake until midnight and ______________________ I fell asleep.
15. I made an apple pie yesterday. ______________________, I went to the store to buy apples.
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GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
EITHER … (OR) / NEITHER … (NOR)
Either … (or) Neither … (nor)
Use either when you talk about two Use neither (for negative sentences)
things or people. when you talk about two things or people.
Examples: Examples:
(1) “I would like either cookies or popcorn. (1) “Jack has been to neither Canada nor the
I can’t decide.” United States.”
(2) “I would like either (of the snacks).” (2) “Jack has been to neither (of the countries).”
(3) “I don’t want to eat either snack.” (3) There is no negative for neither.

NOTE: Either and neither can also come at the beginning of a sentence.
Examples:
Either we will go out, or we will stay at home.
Neither of the restaurants is open today.

z Complete the sentences. Use: either, or, neither, nor

1. _______________ the UK _______ Spain are in Asia.

2. Let’s meet on _______________ Monday or Tuesday.

3. They weren’t at _______________ of the stores.

4. Neither Maria _______ Eduardo was at home.

5. _______________ of the answers is correct. Try again.

6. Either it will rain tomorrow, _______ it won’t rain.

7. The hat was _______________ too large, _______ too small. I was the right size.

8. _______________ of the movies were interesting. They were both boring.

9. _______________ of my classmates could come to the party. They were both sick.

10. I don’t like _______________ of those two coffee shops.

11. _______________ cats _______ dogs are allowed in the restaurant.

12. We can take a flight at _______________ one o’clock _______ three-thirty.

13. _______________ Vancouver nor Toronto is the capital city of Canada.

14. Either tomorrow _______ the day after tomorrow is a good day to meet.

15. I can’t find _______________ of my pencils.


THIRD CONDITIONAL
“if” clause main clause
If she had run faster, She would have won the race.
could have
might have

main clause “if” clause


She would have won the race. if she had run faster,
could have
might have

NOTE 1: To form negative sentences, add ‘not’ after ‘would’, ‘could’ and ‘might’.
Example: “If she had run slowly, she might not have won the race.”

NOTE 2: To form negative sentences, add ‘not’ after ‘had’.


Example: “If she hadn’t run slowly, she might have won the race.”

z Complete the sentences below by making Third Conditional statements. Use


your imagination!

1. If I had worked harder, ________________________________________________

2. If John had bought a new car, _________________________________________

3. If Mrs. Brown hadn’t found her cat, ______________________________________

4. If I hadn’t forgotten my key, ____________________________________________

5. _________________________________________, you might have gotten hurt.

6. __________________________________________, I could have been famous.

7. ____________________________________, Tom would have passed his exam.

8. _______________________________________, they might have been happier.

9. If I hadn’t found a new job, ____________________________________________

10. If it had rained yesterday, ______________________________________________

11. If we had arrived time, ________________________________________________

12. If the dog had bitten me, ______________________________________________


NAME: ________________________ DATE: ________________________
GRAMMAR WORKSHEET
THIRD CONDITIONAL
 Write each of the two sentences below as one sentence. Use the Third Conditional
with “had” (or “hadn’t”) + “wouldn’t have”.

1. Sam didn’t get up early. He was late for work.


___________________________________________________________________

2. We didn’t bring our umbrellas. We got wet.


____________________________________________________________________

3. Jake didn’t study. He failed the test.


___________________________________________________________________

4. I rode the bicycle. I fell off.


____________________________________________________________________

5. I met him yesterday. I knew his name.


____________________________________________________________________

6. The TV was broken. They were bored.


____________________________________________________________________

7. Isaac sat under a tree. An apple fell on his head.


____________________________________________________________________

8. Kevin got lost. He cried.


____________________________________________________________________

9. Jenny practiced a lot. She won the contest.


____________________________________________________________________

10. The firemen arrived. They put out the fire.


___________________________________________________________________

11. That was a funny joke. I laughed.


____________________________________________________________________

12. We didn’t clean the room. It was messy.


____________________________________________________________________

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IRREGULAR ENGLISH VERBS
Las Reglas: 1) Muchos verbos tienen más de un significado, y la lista no abarca todos. 2) La
pronunciación es muy importante y tiene que aprenderse. 3) Memorizar vocabulario es bueno.
4) Hay muchos verbos irregulares que no están en la lista. La mayoría no son necesarios.

Infinitive Past Simple Past Participle Spanish

be was / were been ser, estar

become became become convertirse en, hacerse

begin began begun empezar, comenzar

bite bit bitten morder

blow blew blown soplar

break broke broken romper

bring brought brought llevar, traer

build built built construir

buy bought bought comprar

can could been able poder

catch caught caught coger, atrapar, tomar

choose chose chosen elegir, escoger

come came come venir

cost cost cost costar

cut cut cut cortar

do did done hacer

draw drew drawn dibujar

drink drank drunk beber

drive drove driven conducir

eat ate eaten comer

fall fell fallen caer

feel felt felt sentir

fight fought fought pelear, luchar

find found found encontrar

fly flew flown volar


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Infinitive Past Simple Past Participle Spanish

forget forgot forgotten olvidarse

forgive forgave forgiven perdonar

freeze froze frozen congelar

get got got / gotten recibir, conseguir, llegar, etc

give gave given dar

go went gone ir

grow grew grown crecer

hang hung hung colgar

have had had tener

hide hid hidden esconder

hit hit hit pegar, golpear

hold held held sostener

hurt hurt hurt hacer daño

keep kept kept guardar, continuar

know knew known conocer, saber

lead led led liderar, guiar, conducir

leave left left irse, dejar

lend lent lent dejar prestado

let let let permitir, alquilar

lose lost lost perder

make made made hacer

mean meant meant significar, querer decir

meet met met conocer, reunirse, encontrarse

pay paid paid pagar

put put put poner, colocar

read /ri:d/ read /red/ read /red/ leer

ride rode ridden montar (en transporte)

ring rang rung llamar, sonar

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Infinitive Past Simple Past Participle Spanish

rise rose risen levantarse, alzarse, subir

run ran run correr

say said said decir, contar

see saw seen ver

sell sold sold vender

send sent sent enviar, remitir

set set set poner, colocar

show showed shown mostrar, enseñar

shut shut shut cerrar

sing sang sung cantar

sink sank sunk hundirse

sit sat sat sentarse

sleep slept slept dormir

speak spoke spoken hablar

spend spent spent gastar dinero, pasar tiempo

steal stole stolen robar

swim swam swum nadar

take took taken tomar, llevar

teach taught taught enseñar

tell told told decir, contar

think thought thought pensar

throw threw thrown lanzar, tirar, arrojar

understand understood understood entender, comprender

wake woke woken despertarse

wear wore worn llevar puesto

win won won ganar

write wrote written escribir

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