LEVEL II: Comparatives and superlatives homework

Hi, people!

Here's the homework for tomorrow Wednesday:


Comparatives and superlatives 1
Comparatives and superlatives 2

LEVEL V: More on Wish/If Only

Hi again!

Here's another exercise you have to PRINT AND BRING TOMORROW:

LEVEL V: Wish/ If Only

Hi, people!

Here's the exercise you need to PRINT AND BRING TOMORROW:

Wish / If Only Exercise

LEVEL V: More on Relative Clauses

Hi again!:

As we saw in class, you can combine two different sentences that have some information in common, using a relative clause.

For example:

The little boy got lost yesterday.
His parents are looking for him.
The little boy, whose parents are looking for him, got lost yesterday.

Practice with the following exercises:

Relative clauses (general practice)

See ya!

LEVEL II: Countable and uncountable nouns practice for the exam

Hi people!:

Here you can find an exercise to practice with Countable and Uncountable nouns:


LEVEL II: Spelling rules for present or past continuous (-ing)


Here are the spelling rules for the verbs  ending in -ing. It can be use with both Present or Past Continuous:

LEVEL V: Zero and First Conditionals

Hi people!:

Here are some exercises for you to practice with the Zero and First Conditionals. Please practice with them, and next Wednesday we'll have a review of the Second Partial.


ZERO CONDITIONAL1 (http://elt.oup.com/student/solutions1stedition/preint_unit_page/unit6/grammar/exercise2?cc=us&selLanguage=en)

ZERO CONDITIONAL2 (https://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/type0/exercise1.html)


ZERO CONDITIONAL 4 (http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/330/grammar/0cond1.htm

FIRST CONDITIONAL1 (http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/first-conditional-exercise-1.html)

FIRST CONDITIONAL2 (http://www.learn4good.com/languages/evrd_grammar/1stconditional.htm

FIRST CONDITIONAL3 (http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=3226)

FIRST CONDITIONAL4 (http://www.better-english.com/grammar/firstconditional1.htm) 

LEVEL II: Simple Past and Past Progressive REVIEW

Hi, there!

As I mentioned in class, these exercises will help you understand and work with the Simple Past and the Past Progressive when they go together (according to the things I wrote on the board last week). You don't have to bring them, just work with them online, so you can practice anytime and anywhere with them: 

Exercises on Simple Past and Past Progressive:

~ one after another or at the same time: Exercise 1Exercise 2
~ new or already in progress: Exercise 3Exercise 4
~ just mentioning or emphasising progress: Exercise 5Exercise 6

Any question, remember, please let me know. The partial exam is until next week, so we still have time to practice more with these topics. 

See you!

LEVEL V: Homework with Relative Clauses

Hi there!

Here are the exercises you need to answer and bring TOMORROW THURSDAY OCTOBER 12:

Relative clauses 1

See ya! 

LEVEL II: Exercises for tomorrow Friday

Hi there!

Here's the homework for tomorrow Friday October 6:

  1. First, read the following material about the PAST PROGRESSIVE
  2. Then, print/copy and answer THESE EXERCISES: Exercise 1, Exercise 2

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