Inglés

Bienvenidos al Ciclo Lectivo 2021

NOMBRE DE LA MATERIA:  INGLÉS
CURSO: CUARTO AÑO
CICLO LECTIVO: 2021
CANTIDAD DE HORAS SEMANALES: 2 HORAS
PROFESOR: SILVIA ROMERO

EMAIL: silvia.romero@ensenaporargentina.org

EXPECTATIVAS DE LOGRO

  • Que los alumnos comprendan y produzcan textos escritos y orales con los contenidos propuestos para el año utilizando estrategias específicas en las necesidades de información y comunicación.

  • Desarrollar estrategias de la lengua inglesa que faciliten el acceso al conocimiento, desarrollo personal y de comunicación en el mundo actual.

  • Integrar los contenidos de las materias de la orientación con el aprendizaje de la lengua inglesa.

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Unit 1: Simple present

We use the present simple to talk about repeated actions or events, permanent states or things which are always true.

We use the present simple to talk about things which are repeated every day, every week, every year, etc.

 I usually get up at 7 o'clock.

During the week I have swimming practice on Mondays, I do taekwondo on Tuesdays and tennis on Thursdays.

We always go on holiday in the summer.

 

We often use adverbs of frequency sometimes, often, usually or other time expressions like on Mondays, twice a week or in the summer.

 

Permanent states are situations or feelings which are not temporary.

I like him a lot.

Sophie works as a travel writer.

 They live in London.

 

We also use the present simple for general facts, for example when talking about science or geography.

Thailand is really hot at this time of year.

Snakes live on the ground, in trees and in water.

 

The main thing when forming the present simple is that the third person singular forms end in -s or -es. That's for he, she or it.

He watches black and white films at his cinema club on Wednesdays.

He thinks chess is a sport!

To form questions, for most verbs we use the present simple of the verb do/does + subject + infinitive without to.

Do you see him on Wednesdays then?

Does Jack like sports?

 

For negatives we use the subject + do/does + not + infinitive without to.

Daisy and Jack don't go out together much at the weekend.

I don't think Coldplay are boring.

 

Normally we use the present simple for permanent states, and the present continuous for temporary states, but some verbs are thought of as State Verbs and they are not usually used in the continuous form.

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ACTIVIDADES

FECHA DE ENTREGA:

Adverbs of frecuency

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1- Complete the sentences with the words in brackets:

 

Our teacher, Mrs Jones, ___________ (never/be) late for lessons.

I­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_______________ (often clean) my bedroom  at the weekend.

My brother _____________ )hardly ever/helps) me with my homework.

I_________  (sometimes/be) bored in the maths lessons.

We _____________ (rarely/watch) football on TV.

You and Tony ________________ (never/play) computer games with me.

You ___________ (usually/be) at the sports centre on Sunday.

The school bus ________________ (always/arrive) at half past eight.

Daily routines and phrasal verbs

Present continuous:

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Fill in the blanks with PRESENT CONTINUOUS or SIMPLE PRESENT:

1. The children ………………………….. (play) outside now.

2. She usually ………………………. (read) the newspaper in the morning.

3. I …………………………… (do) my homework now.

4. I ………………………… (eat) my dinner now.

5. ……………………………. (you / want) a pizza?

6. They …………………………….. (watch) TV now.

7. I ……………………………. (not / like) spaghetti.

8. The baby …………………………. (sleep) now.

9. My mother usually …………………. (cook) dinner in the evening.

10. He …………………….. (write) a letter to his pen-friend every month.

11. She ………………………. (not / like) football.

12. Mary ………………………….. (listen) to music now.

13. Tom usually ……………………(drink) coffee, but he …………………. (drink) tea now.

14. We ………………………. (go) to the disco tonight.

15. ………………………… (he / go) to work by bus every day.

Describing people:

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Activity: Match the pictures with the description below.
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Activity: Write a description of three members of your family.

Prepositions of place:

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Activity: Look at the picture. Are the sentences true or false?
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Unit 2: Past simple:

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Action verbs:

Activity: Write five sentences with five different verbs from the video. Use the past simple.

Past continuous:

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Activity: Fill in the blanks with a correct form of PAST CONTINUOUS:

1. Alice hurt herself while she ……………………………………………. (skate).

2. I met my neighbor while I ………………………………………. (walk) home from work.

3. Sally saw a friend while she …………………………….. (ride) her bicycle along Park St.

4. Peter fell asleep while he …………………………………… (study).

5. Bob stepped on Jane’s feet while they ………………………………….. (dance) together.

6. I cut myself while I ……………………………………. (shave).

7. Mr. and Mrs. Brown burned themselves while they …………………………... (bake) cookies.

8. Tommy had a nightmare while he …………………………….. (sleep) at a friend’s house.

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Activity: Fill in the blanks with a correct form, the PAST SIMPLE or the PAST CONTINUOUS:

1. He ………………………………….. (talk) with Mary when Mrs. Smith came in.

2. They ………………………………… (study) two hours last night.

3. Jane …………………………………. (sleep) when the telephone rang.

4. As I …………………………………. (walk) to the lab, I met my friend.

5. We ………………………………….. (watch) TV last night.

6. The customer ………………………… (pay) his check when he dropped his credit card.

7. The barber …………………………………. (cut) my hair yesterday.

8. She ………………………………. (dance) when she hurt her ankle.

9. It …………………………………. (rain) hard when I got up.

10. It …………………………………. (rain) hard last night.