Sunday, November 28, 2021

Literacy Exams

 

Miércoles 1 de diciembre


Use of English examen largo

1. Cambiar una frase a negativa e interrogativa


2. Contestar a las preguntas dadas


3. Corregir los fallos de un texto


4. Dado el sujeto y verbo escribir las formas verbales en presente, presente continuo, pasado y las dos formas de futuro dadas.


5. Listening, escribir la palabra que se dice

6. Type of sentences, texto parecido al del cuaderno.


7.
Parts of speech. tabla para distribuir las palabras dadas en nombres, adjetivos, preposiciones, adverbios, conjunciones, verbos, interjecciones.


8. Homophones, cambiar los homophones por la palabra correcta.


9. Definiciones, escribir con sus propias palabras la definición de las palabras dadas.


Use of English examen adaptado


1. Escribir el nombre de los dibujos en inglés.


2. Listening, escribir la palabra que se dice. Cambiar una frase a negativa e interrogativa


3. Dado el sujeto y verbo escribir las formas verbales en presente, pasado y las dos formas de futuro dadas.


4. Corregir los fallos de un texto.




Saturday, April 11, 2020

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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Adverbs Describing WHERE

Adverbs of Place
Adverbs of place tell us where something happens. Adverbs of place are usually placed after the main verb or after the clause that they modify. Adverbs of place do not modify adjectives or other adverbs. Some examples of adverbs of place: here, everywhere, outside, away, around
EXAMPLES
  • John looked around but he couldn't see the monkey.
  • I searched everywhere I could think of.
  • I'm going back to school.
  • Come in!
  • They built a house nearby.
  • She took the child outside.

HERE AND THERE

Here and there are common adverbs of place. They give a location relative to the speaker. With verbs of movement, here means "towards or with the speaker" and there means "away from, or not with the speaker".
SentenceMeaning
Come here!Come towards me.
The table is in here.Come with me; we will go see it together.
Put it there.Put it in a place away from me.
The table is in there.Go in; you can see it by yourself.
Here and there are combined with prepositions to make many common adverbial phrases.
EXAMPLES
  • What are you doing up there?
  • Come over here and look at what I found!
  • The baby is hiding down there under the table.
  • I wonder how my driver's license got stuck under here.
Here and there are placed at the beginning of the sentence in exclamations or when emphasis is needed. They are followed by the verb if the subject is a noun or by a pronoun if the subject is a pronoun.
EXAMPLES
  • Here comes the bus!
  • There goes the bell!
  • There it is!
  • Here they are!

ADVERBS OF PLACE THAT ARE ALSO PREPOSITIONS

Many adverbs of place can also be used as prepositions. When used as prepositions, they must be followed by a noun.

Word

Used as an adverb of place, 

modifying a verb
Used as a preposition

around

The marble rolled around in my hand.

I am wearing a necklace around my neck.



behind

Hurry! You are getting behind.                

Let's hide behind the shed.



down

Mary fell down.

John made his way carefully down the cliff.



in

We decided to drop in on Jake.

I dropped the letter in the mailbox.



off

Let's get off at the next stop.

The wind blew the flowers off the tree.






on

We rode on for several more hours.

Please put the books on the table.


over

He turned over and went back to sleep.

I think I will hang the picture over my bed.



Adverbs of place that end in -where express the idea of location without specifying a specific location or direction.

ADVERBS OF PLACE ENDING IN -WHERE

EXAMPLES
  • I would like to go somewhere warm for my vacation.
  • Is there anywhere I can find a perfect plate of spaghetti around here?
  • I have nowhere to go.
  • I keep running in to Sally everywhere!

ADVERBS OF PLACE ENDING IN -WARDS

Adverbs of place that end in -wards express movement in a particular direction.
EXAMPLES
  • Cats don't usually walk backwards.
  • The ship sailed westwards.
  • The balloon drifted upwards.
  • We will keep walking homewards until we arrive.
Be careful: Towards is a preposition, not an adverb, so it is always followed by a noun or a pronoun.
EXAMPLES
  • He walked towards the car.
  • She ran towards me.

ADVERBS OF PLACE EXPRESSING BOTH MOVEMENT & LOCATION

Some adverbs of place express both movement & location at the same time.
EXAMPLES
  • The child went indoors.
  • He lived and worked abroad.
  • Water always flows downhill.
  • The wind pushed us sideways.
Hand in 4-adverb activity through your ClassDojo Portfolio.

4-ADVERB

Adverbs Describing WHEN

Adverbs of Frequency

Grammar Rule

Examples

always go to the cinema.
sometimes watch TV.
never go to museums.

Remember!

The adverb goes next to the verb.
usually have cereal for breakfast.
She sometimes plays football.

Be careful!

Use ‘how often’ to ask a question.
How often do you play computer games?
sometimes play computer games.

We say... We don’t say...

She always writes her homework. (NOT She always write her homework.)
He sometimes drinks cola. (NOT He drinks sometimes cola.)
Click on the link below to practice adverbs with two online games from the LearnEnglish Kids British Council Website

Online Games grammar-practice/adverbs-frequency

Hand in this British Council activity through your ClassDojo Portfolio.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Adverbs







2-ADVERB


3-ADVERB



4-ADVERB



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7-ADVERB



8-ADVERB

Adverbs describing HOW

Grammar Rule

Examples

I speak English well.
I play tennis badly.
I do my homework correctly.

Remember!

To create adverbs we normally add -ly:
quick - quickly
slow - slow
ly

Be careful!

'good' is an adjective
'well' is an adverb
This is a good book.
I read well.

We say... We don’t say...

This is a good book. (NOT This is a well book.)
I read well. (NOT I read good.)
Click on the link below to practice adverbs with two online games from the LearnEnglish Kids British Council Website
GAMES grammar-practice/adverbs

Hand in 3-adverb activity through your ClassDojo Portfolio. Don't forget to tell me what verbs are describing those adverbs.

3-ADVERB