viernes, 14 de noviembre de 2008

Modal Verbs 4


  • Would you like cofee?
  • Even as a boy, he knew that he would succed in life.
  • I thought it would rain so I brought my umbrella.
  • He wanted a divorce but his wife wouldn´t agree.

  • You should see the new James Bond movies. It' s great!
  • They should make that illegal.
  • You should be wearing your seet belt.
  • I should be at work now.

Modal Verbs 3


  • I must go to school.
  • I must visit us soon
  • You must go now.

  • I mustn't forget my keys.
  • I mustn't eat so much sugar.
  • Visitors mustn't smoke.

Modal Verbs 2

Be able to

  • I have been able to swim since I was five.
  • You will be able to speak Spanish very soon.
  • I would like to be able to fly an airplane.
Have to

  • In France, you have to drive on the right.
  • John has to wear a he at work.
  • I had to work yesterday.

Modal Verbs 1


  • She can drive a car.
  • John can speak Spanish
  • Can you hear me?
  • Can you put the Tv on.

  • I could swim when I was 5 years old.
  • When we arrived home, we couldn´t open the door.
  • Could you understand what he was saying?
  • Colud you tell me where the bank is, please?

viernes, 7 de noviembre de 2008


  • Quickly- softly- strongly
  • Honestly- interestingly
  • Well- fast- very- never
  • Always- often-still

    • Tara is really beautiful
    • It works very well
    • The man ran quickly
    • Mary lives locally
    • She never smokes
    • He is really handsome
    • She drives incredibly slowly.


  • A news reporter
  • An athletics tramer
  • Sport club
  • Customs duty

    • I like a Chinese food
    • It is hard


  • A news reporter
  • An athletics tramer
  • Sport club
  • Customs duty
    • I like Chinese food
    • It is hard

Uncountable Nouns

  • Music- art- love- happiness
  • Advice- information- news
  • Furniture- luggage
  • Rice- sugar- butter-water
  • Gas- power
  • Money

    • This news is very important
    • Your luggage looks heavy
    • A piece of news
    • A bottle of water
    • I've got some much
    • I've got much rice

Countable Nouns

  • Dog-cat-animal- man - person.
  • Box- litre- bottle
  • Cup- plat- fork.
  • Table-chair- bag
  • Cain- note- dollar.

    • My dog is playing
    • I wont an orange
    • Where is my bottle?
    • I like banana.
    • I've got a few dollars.

viernes, 24 de octubre de 2008

The future tenses

Present tenses for the tenses

- I'm playing tennis at seven o'clock.
- The bus leaves at eleven o'clock.


- I will phone you when I have time
- I will shut the door.


- Shall we help you?
- Shall I play tomorrow?

Be going to

- I think she is going to cry.
- He are going to fight this plan.

Will be doing

- Tomorrow at ten o'clock he will be travelling.
- We will be having lunch then.

Will have done

- I will have done all my exams by then.
- You will have had lost of practice by then.

viernes, 17 de octubre de 2008

The verbs

Present Simple

- My name is Natalia
- Do you paint?

Present Continuous

- He is dancing
- What are you doing?

Past Simple

- They watched a good film last week.
- We went to Paris in July.

Past Continuous

- You were working
- The actors were talking to the director

Present Perfect

- She has finished her homework
- Don has just opened the windows yet.

Present Perfect Continuous

- Tom has been dancing all afternoon.
- She has been running for two hours.

Past Perfect

- The film had already finished
- We arrived before she had finished a piano lesson

Past Perfect Continuous

- They had been painting for two hours, when I arrived.
- I went to the doctor on Saturday. My leg had been aching since Friday.