LEVEL II: Third partial review exercises FOR NEXT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28TH

Hi there!

As I told you in class, here are the exercises that will be part of the 3rd partial review NEXT FRIDAY:

PRINT AND ANSWER THESE EXERCISES:

Comparatives and superlatives 1
Comparatives and superlatives 2

FROM THE WORKBOOK:

Pages 28 and 29, exercises 1-5.
Page 30, exercises 1-3.

And don't forget: you can find more exercises on the platform.

LEVEL V: Review exercises for NEXT FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28TH

Hi there:

Here are the exercises you need to answer for next Friday. They will be part of our final review, so please, take the time to answer them.

READ the meaning of the most common indefinite pronouns (listed below) here.

PRINT AND ANSWER THIS EXERCISE: INDEFINITE PRONOUNS (everybody, everyone, everything, everywhere, somebody, someone, something, somewhere, anybody, anyone, anything, anywhere, nobody, no one, nothing, nowhere).

FROM THE STUDENT'S BOOK AND WORKBOOK:

Vocabulary related to Internet: 

STUDENT'S BOOK page 28, exercise 1.
WORKBOOK: pages 18 and 19, exercises 1-6.

Passive Voice:

WORKBOOK: pages 38 and 39, exercises 1-5.

Don't forget: you can find many more exercises on the platform.

LEVELS II AND V: Simple Past VS. Past Progressive

Now, PRINT AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING EXERCISES FOR THURSDAY:

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

See ya!

LEVELS II AND V: READ AND PRINT THIS: Simple Past VS. Past Progressive

Use

After another or at the same time?

Do you want to express that the actions in the past happened one after another or at the same time?
Simple PastPast Progressive
after another
She came home, switched on the computer and checked her e-mails.
at the same time
Simon was playing on the computer while his brother was watching TV.

New action or already in progress?

If you want to express that a new action happened in the middle of another action, you need both tenses: Simple Past the new action and Past Progressive for the action already in progress.
Simple PastPast Progressive
new action
My mobile rang (when I was sitting in a meeting.)
action already in progress
While I was sitting in a meeting, (my mobile suddenly rang.)

Only mentioning or emphasising progress?

Do you just want to mention that an action took place in the past (also used for short actions)? Or do you want to put emphasis on the progress, e.g. that an action was taking place at a certain time?
Simple PastPast Progressive
just mentioning
Colin played football yesterday.
emphasising progress
Yesterday at six o'clock, Colin was playing football.

Signal words

Simple PastPast Progressive
  • first
  • then
  • If-Satz Typ II (If I talked, …)
  • when
  • while
  • as long as

Taken from http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simpas-paspro

LEVEL II: Exercises with questions/ negatives

Hi people:

Please, print or copy the following exercises for tomorrow. WE'LL ANSWER THEM IN CLASS:

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

LEVEL V: Homework for Friday October 10th

Hi there!

Please, PRINT THE FOLLOWING EXERCISE AND BRING IT FOR FRIDAY. We'll answer it in class.

See ya!

I WISH and IF ONLY explanation

I WISH and IF ONLY

GRAMMAR EXPLANATION
¬WISHES about present events: WISH + past simple
I am not very tall . I wish I were taller
My father only speaks Spanish. He wishes he spoke English or French
¬WISHES about past events: WISH + past perfect
We couldn't attend the meeting. We wish we had attended the meeting.
I rained so hard that the party was cancelled. I wish it hadn't rained
¬WISHES about future events or annoying habits: WISH + would/could
He leaves his clothes on the floor and his room is a mess. I wish he wouldn't do that.
Mr. Urban wants to have an interview with you. He wishes you would meet him next week
¬IF ONLY is used to make emphatic wishes:
I can't restart the computer. If only I knew how to fix it! (for present events)
We are completely lost. If only you had brought your GPS! (for past events)

REMEMBER: You can also use the negative forms didn't, hadn't, wouldn't, and couldn't.

LEVEL II: Exercise with Used to

Hi y'all:

Here are the exercises you need to PRINT AND ANSWER FOR TOMORROW:

Used to

Bye!

ENGLISH V: Exercises with conditionals

Hi there!:

Here are the exercises for tomorrow. Please, print them and answer them for tomorrow!

The structures I mentioned in class are here  (print only the first page).

Bye!

LEVEL V: Short texts to practice your reading

Hi!

Here's a collection of short texts for you to practice your reading comprehension and acquire more vocabulary:

http://www.eslfast.com/eslread/

http://www.eslgold.com/reading/short_articles.html

http://esl.about.com/od/beginnerreadingskills/

LEVEL V: Exercises with conditionals

Hi there:

Here are some exercises for you to practice with conditionals. Please, PRINT ONLY THE FIRST PAGE (there are two pages, but we only need the first one).

Tomorrow we'll check answers!

Bye!

LEVEL II: Pronunciation of ED in English

I found this interesting website, with exercises and explanations for you.

http://www.grammar.cl/english/pronunciation-ed.htm

LEVEL II: Short stories for you

Hi!:

As we mentioned in class, here are some short texts for you to practice your Reading and increase your vocabulary.

All of them include quizzes, vocabulary and games. They also have a music player, so you can listen to a person reading the text and practice your pronunciation.

I hope you enjoy reading them!

FREE SHORT STORIES FOR ESL LEARNERS

LEVEL V: Exercises with conditionals

Hi you there:

I´m sorry about the time, but... Anyway, here you have the exercises I mentioned today in class. Please, print them out and answer them.

http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/if_clauses/mix3.htm
http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/if_clauses/mix4.htm


Thanks!

LEVEL II: Numbers in English

Numbers in English 

Numbers in English: Cardinal and Ordinal (http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/grammar/zahlen.htm)

Cardinal and ordinal numbers with pronunciation (http://www.ompersonal.com.ar/omexpress/numerosymedidas/numeroscardinalesyordinales.htm)

Study numbers (http://eolf.univ-fcomte.fr/uploads/ressources/grammar/10_numbers%20-dates/05a_cardinal_numbers/12.htm)

Cardinal and ordinal numbers: matching exercise (http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/numbers/index.php)

Crossword with numbers (http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/various/crossword_numbers4.htm)

LEVEL V: Practice exercises with Future forms

Hi, there:

Here are the exercises you can practice with during the weekend. You can print the pdf file and give it to me next Monday, so I can check it for you:

Future forms (mixed, multiple choice)

FutureForms.pdf

Enjoy!

LEVEL II: Telling the time!

Hi again:

Here are some exercises and a game, to practice with time and clocks. Enjoy!

LEVEL II: Simple Present and Present Progressive

Hi there:

Here are the exercises I mentioned today in class... Please, print them and bring them NEXT MONDAY, ANSWERED.

Simple present

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/pres.htm

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/pres1.htm 
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/presnq.htm 
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/presnq1.htm 
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/presnq2.htm

Present progressive

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/pcont.htm 
http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/pcont1.htm 
http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/partypcf.htm 
http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/pcvspsqk.htm

LEVEL V: Future perfect explanation and exercises

Hi there:

Here are the exercises I mentioned in class this afternoon. Please, print them and answer them for tomorrow.

Explanation
Exercises

See ya!

ENGLISH II: Prepositions for homework

Hi! Here are the exercises you need to print for tomorrow. DON'T ANSWER THEM!

ENGLISH V: Homework for tomorrow Tuesday August 19th

Hi there, you all:

Here are the exercises you need to PRINT AND ANSWER FOR TOMORROW:

  1. Participial adjectives
  2. Adjective order
See you tomorrow!


LEVEL V: Different types of conjunctions (with exercises)

Hi there, you human beings:

Here is a list of exercises about conjunctions, including a basic explanation of the types of conjunctions we have:

Different types

Coordinating conjunctions

Conjunctions game

Practice exercises (and types)

Conjunctions practice (subordinating conjunctions)

Funny video about conjunctions

BUSINESS ENGLISH: Websites for you to practice!

As I told you in class, here's a collection of websites and exercises for you to practice:

General business vocabulary exercises
Talking business: telephone, meetings, presentations, negotiations 
BBC- World Business Review (podcasts)
Business Reading Comprehension Exercises
Listening exercises (audio and video)
Business English Exercises for Adults, Grammar and Listening Online
Harvard Business Review
Bloomberg Businessweek

BUSINESS ENGLISH: Homework Listening pages 142- 144

Hi there:

Finally, after a lot of technical problems, here you have the pages and the corresponding audio files. I hope you find them useful.

Page 142   
Conversation Three (Questions 9-12)     
Section One (Questions 13- 17)

Page 143   
Section Two (Questions 18- 22)               

Page 144
Listening Test Part Three (Questions 23- 30)

See ya!

LEVEL V: Coordinating conjunctions homework

Hi there:

Here are two exercises for you to PRINT AND ANSWER FOR TOMORROW:

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/coconj1.htm

http://www.studymode.com/course-notes/Coordinating-Conjunction-Exercise-1489376.html (only exercises a, b and c)

See ya!

LEVEL V: Indefinite pronouns

Hi there!

Here's a very good page to understand the indefinite pronouns:

http://www.shertonenglish.com/resources/es/pronouns/pronouns-indefinite.php

LEVEL V: Homework for tomorrow Wednesday June 4th

Hi there!

The homework for tomorrow, is to ONLY PRINT THE FOLLOWING EXERCISES FROM THE PLATFORM:

Exercises 3 and 5 (WOULD RATHER/ PREFER -> Final Grammar).

And also print this one: Rather/Prefer Test

See ya! 

LEVEL V: Homework from the Student's Book FOR MONDAY

Hi there, ready for the weekend? TGIF!!!
 
Next Monday we will have our composition, but before that, I want to check the following exercises from the Student's book, as a review of the passive voice.

  1. On page 62, read the text and answer exercises 2a and 2b.
  2. Then, on page 63, answer exercises 4a, 4b, 4c, and 4d. 
 See ya!
 

LEVEL V: Homework for tomorrow Wednesday May 28th

Hi you there:

For tomorrow, you need to work with the following exercises THAT ARE ON THE PLATFORM (http://bajio.delasalle.edu.mx/plataforma):

Answer exercises 6 and 9 (PASSIVE VOICE Final Grammar).
Print exercise 5 (DON'T ANSWER IT, JUST PRINT IT).

Thanks!!

Rubric for final presentation (videos)

Hi:

Here's the rubric you have to analyze and keep in mind when doing your videos.

See ya!

BUSINESS ENGLISH: Homework for tomorrow Wednesday April 9th

Hi there, you creatures!:

Here's the Listening 2 and Listening 3 audio files  you need to listen to answer Listening 2 and 3 exercises on page 46.

Thanks!

BUSINESS ENGLISH: Links, links, links...

As I told you in class, here's a collection of websites and exercises for you to practice. Feel free to add more to the list, so we can build it together:

General business vocabulary exercises
Talking business: telephone, meetings, presentations, negotiations 
BBC- World Business Review (podcasts)
Business Reading Comprehension Exercises
Listening exercises (audio and video)
Business English Exercises for Adults, Grammar and Listening Online
Harvard Business Review
Bloomberg Businessweek

BUSINESS ENGLISH: Ooppss!

Hi there...

Due to technical problems, the file won't be available for you to download, so we'll do the activity tomorrow in class.

Thanks for your attention.

See ya!

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BUSINESS ENGLISH: Business terms glossary and cash flow analysis

Hi there:

Here are two documents you can have as class material for further reference:

BUSINESS TERMS GLOSSARY
CASH FLOW ANALYSIS

See you!

ENGLISH V: Printable exercise for tomorrow

Hi:

This is the exercise you need to print ONLY!

Bye!

LEVEL V: Homework for tomorrow Friday March 28th

Hi there:

Here is the video and the exercises you need to answer for tomorrow!!!

Watch this video

Print and answer the following exercises:

Exercise 1
Exercise 2

Bye!

Rubric for final presentation

Hi:

Here's the rubric we'll use to evaluate your videos- presentations.

See ya!

ENGLISH V: Homework for Thursday March 13

Hi:

This is the homework for next Thursday. PRINT IT AND ANSWER IT BEFORE CLASS.

See ya!

ENGLISH V: Topics for the 1st partial/ Idioms and phrasal verbs

Hi:

Here are the topics for the first partial, as well as the phrasal verbs and idioms FOR MONDAY.

See ya!

ENGLISH V: Homework for WEDNESDAY February 26th

Hi there!

Here are the exercises you need to answer and bring NEXT WEDNESDAY:

Relative clauses 1
Relative clauses 2 

See ya!


BUSINESS ENGLISH I: Telephoning

Hi again:

Here's the second exercise you need to answer:

And here's the audiofile:

Track 1.5

BUSINESS ENGLISH I: Listening 1 Leaving messages

Hi there:

This is the exercise we worked with in class today. Here are the files you'll need to answer it:

And here are the audiofiles:

Call 1
Call 2
Call 3
Call 4
Call 5


ENGLISH V: Homework for Wednesday February 19th

Hi there!:

Here are the two exercises you need to PRINT, ANSWER AND BRING TOMORROW:

Relative pronouns
Relative clauses

See you tomorrow!!!

BUSINESS ENGLISH I: More on writing letters and e-mails (formal and semi-formal)

Here we go again:

If you want to practice some phrases and vocabulary for both formal and semi- formal letters and e-mails, try with these exercises:

Modern business letters/ emails in English 

Semi- formal business letters/ emails in English 1 

Semi- formal business letters/ emails in English 2

BUSINESS ENGLISH I: Memos, e-mails, notes, notices...

Hi dear all: 

This has been one of the busiest evenings I've ever had... sorry about the delay. The good thing about this, is that you can have your composition until Friday. 

As I told you in class today, here are some writing models you can print and analyze for your writings this semester:

Memos, e-mails, notes and notices 
Formal letters 
Reports 
Email 

See ya!

ENGLISH V: List of common participial adjectives

Here's a list of the most common paticipial adjectives:

amazed
amused
annoyed
bored
charmed
confused
convinced
damaged
depressed
disappointed
embarrassed
excited
amazing
amusing
annoying
boring
charming
confusing
convincing
damaging
depressing
disappointing
embarrassing
exciting
exhausted
fascinated
frightened
frustrated
interested
puzzled
relaxed
satisfied
shocked
terrified
tired
thrilled
exhausting
fascinating
frightening
frustrating
interesting
puzzling
relaxing
satisfying
shocking
terrifying
tiring
thrilling

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ENGLISH V: Homework for Friday February 14th

Hi:

Here are the two exercises you need to PRINT, ANSWER AND BRING tomorrow:

http://english-zone.com/grammar/prtcplsnj.html

http://www.ecenglish.com/learnenglish/lessons/ing-or-ed-participles-adjectives

See you!

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