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Regular Verbs Simple Past / Past Participle Spelling Rules by 84jUV1

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									                                    INSTITUCIÓN EDUCATIVA JOSE ACEVEDO Y GOMEZ                                    GRADO: NOVENO
                                                      INGLES


PRIMER PERIODO


. Completa cada frase con el verbo correspondiente en pasado.

1. Yesterday my father ____________ (go) to work by car.

2. This morning I _________________ (have) a shower.

3. My sister ___________________ (not clean) her room on Saturday.

4. The birds _________________ (fly) over our heads.

5. Last week my family __________________ (not buy) a new table for the dining room.

6. The other day, I ____________________ (lose) my math's book.

7. I ________________ (tell) my mother a lie.

8. We __________________ (hear) a terrible sound outside last night.

9. _____________________ (you see) football match Tuesday night?

10. Paul _______________________ (drink) a litre of Coke for lunch yesterday.

Regular Verbs Simple Past / Past Participle Spelling Rules

The simple past tense is formed by adding -ed to the end of the verb. However there are several rules depending on the spelling of the
verb, these are:-

If the base of the verb ends in:-

        -e only add -d (raid - raided)
        a consonant plus -y the y is turned into -ied (study - studied / try - tried)
        -c add -ked (panic - panicked)
        a single vowel plus a consonant and is stressed on its final syllable the consonant is usually doubled and -ed added (plan -
         planned)
        -p, g or -m the consonant is usually doubled and -ed added (ram - rammed / tap - tapped / gag - gagged)
        -l the consonant is usually doubled (travel - travelled)



 SIMPLE PAST WITH REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS.

    1. Write the past simple and participle of these verbs.
         a.   Save ________________________________
         b.   Stop ________________________________
         c.   Come ________________________________
         d.   Arrive ________________________________
         e.   Make ________________________________
         f.   Help _________________________________
         g.   Use __________________________________
         h.   Travel ________________________________
         i.   Feel __________________________________
         j.   Wash _________________________________
         k.   Like __________________________________
         l.   Send __________________________________
         m.   Walk __________________________________
         n.   Smile __________________________________
         o.   Clap ___________________________________
         p.   Know __________________________________
         q.   Learn __________________________________
         r.   Stay ___________________________________
         s.   Speak __________________________________
         t.   Drink ___________________________________
         u.   Think____________________________________

SEGUNDO PERIODO


         1. Escribe el signo que representa el sonido de la(s) letra(s) subrayada(s) al frente de cada palabra.


         VOWELS                      SIGN             CONSONANTS                                   SIGN
         Table                       [ eI ]           Airport
         Rice                                         Touch
         Boy                                          Coffe
         Ear                                          Soft
         Hair                                         Foot
         Low                                          Mind
         Tourist                                      Bread
         Coat                                         Dream
         Father                                       Goat
         All                                          Zoo
         Team                                         Volture                                      [v]
         Rule                                         Nun
         Bed                                          Lemon
         Fat                                          Youth
         Come                                         Head
         Dog                                          Sheep
         Bit                                          Chain
         Put                                          Thread
            First                                      Row
            House                                      Wings
            Snake                                      Thing
            Tea                                        Pleasure
            But                                        Joke
            You                                        Mother




           2.   Lee cada frase y marca la opción (a-b-c) que mejor completa la comparación.



   1. Would you play (quiet) please? I'm trying to sleep.

           a. Quieter

           b. More quetly
           c. The most quetly

   2. The holiday wasn't (expensive) as the one we had last year.

           a. more expensive
           b. as expensive
           c. the most expensive

   3. Peter sang (loud) than all the others.

           a. the loudliest
           b. louder
           c. loudlier

   4. It was (good) movie I have ever seen.

           a. better than
           b. the best
           c. as good as



           3. Reorganiza cada frase escribiendo una comparación sobre la línea. Las comparaciones pueden ser de igualdad,
              inferioridad o superioridad.



1. Tea/cheap/champagne
_____________________________________________________________________________

2. Movies/interesting/TV shows

______________________________________________________________________________

3. Sharon/beautiful/Raquel

______________________________________________________________________________

4. This book/important/that book

______________________________________________________________________________

5. Your house/old/my house

_____________________________________________________________________________

6. Harry/funny/Paul

_____________________________________________________________________________

7. Karen/young/Alice

______________________________________________________________________________

8. Children/energetic/adults

             4. Encuentra el error y luego reescribe la frase comparativa correctamente.



    1. Sam is more short than Fred

        ____________________________________

    2. My car is expensiver than yours

        _____________________________________



    3. This picture is uglyer than that picture

        _____________________________________

    4. The movie is very exciteing

        ____________________________________
    5. This table is more bigger than that table.

        _____________________________________



    6. My apartment is more longer than yours.

        ______________________________________



             5. Recuerda las reglas de comparación y completa el siguiente cuadro.


                     Positive Adjective                    Comparative                  Superlative
                     rich                                                                 richest
                                                           lovelier
                     beautiful                             more beautiful




                                                                                                            Practice Makes perfect!!

TERCER PERIODO


             1. Escriba el significado de los siguientes adjetivos en español y la categoría a la que pertenece cada uno.

Adjective     Meaning     Category     Adjective    Meaning     Category    Adjective       Meaning     Category
Ripe                                   Scattered                            Creepy
Stale                                  Shaggy                               Crooked
Sticky                                 Shaky                                Cuddly
Shivering                              Tart                                 Damp
Fluttering                             Slippery                             Filthy
Fuzzy                                  Steady                               Flaky
Melted                                 Jittery                              Fluffy
Blushing                               Naughty                              Grubby
Drab                                   Nasty                                Tight
Quaint                                 Itchy                                Uneven
Prickly                                Mushy                                Yummy
Bewildered                             Homely                               Flipped -out
            2. Pegue la imagen de su personaje favorito y descríbalo en inglés utilizando adjetivos de diferente categoría; recuerde
               verificar el orden del adjetivo dentro de la frase. Mínimo 8 renglones.
            3. Consulte y coloque la fuente de información donde consultó:

Ejemplo de fuente de información: www.wikipedia.com

                         ¿Cuáles son los significados de los seis verbos modales del inglés?
                         ¿Cuáles son los usos o funciones de estos verbos modales?

            4. Escriba una frase con cada uno de los seis verbos modales en inglés.



            5. Escribe el significado de las siguientes expresiones de preferencia en español.

        Expression                  Meaning           Expression                          Meaning
        I love                                        I like better
        I enjoy                                       I dislike
        I like                                        I hate
        I don’t mind                                  I can’t stand
        I am keen on                                  It’s awful
        I am fond of                                  It’s uncomfortable
        I prefer                                      It’s unpleasant
        I would rather                                It’s awkward


            6. Escribe un párrafo de mínimo 12 renglones en inglés narrando tus preferencias con diferentes expresiones positivas
               y negativas; para dicho escrito puedes incluir temas como: la música, los deportes, la comida, los pasatiempos, los
               lugares que te gustan, la ropa etc.

CUARTO PERIODO


            1. ¿Qué sucede cuando aparece la shwa [¶] en una palabra?



                     a.   Se cuenta una vocal de más
                     b.   Se elimina una consonante
                     c.   Se omite o debilita el sonido de una vocal.
                     d.   Se une el sonido de una consonante con una vocal.



            2. ¿Cuáles son las formas comparativas y superlativas de “good”?

            b. Good- better-best
b. Good- goodder-goudest
c. Good- more good- most good
d. Good-bad- more goodest



3. ¿Cuál grupo de palabras se denominan adjetivos cortos?

c. Bad, new, beatifull, strange

b. Good, salty, cold, small,big
c. Thin, warm, foreign, interesting

     d. Dry, wet, sweet, colorful.

4. ¿Qué es un conector o linking Word?

d. Es una preposición y sirve para indicar ubicación

b. Es una conjunción y sirve para unir frases o ideas
c. Es un verbo e indica acción.
d. Es un complemento y aporta información.



5. ¿Cuál de estas palabras significa “porque”?

e. Then

b. Before
c. But
d. Because



6. ¿Cuál de estos conectores indica contraste o condición?

f.   Then

b. Although
c. After
d. And




     Lea el párrafo y complételo utilizando los siguientes conectores: and, but, because, after, so, before, then.
                                                                          I’m sorry


                   Yesterday I discussed with my mother ____7_____ because


             7.

         She told me “Get your mess out of here” ___8___ she told I was doing everything wrong, ____9___ that I decided to be quiet
         in order to avoid the situation became worse ____10___ I left her alone ____11____ she got sad and ___12___ she offered
         excuses to me ____13____ going to bed.

         In conclusion it’s better being silent than hurting others in a moment of hesitation.



7                    8                9                    10                   11                  12                  13
    a.   But             a.   And          a.   Before          a.   Then             a.   Before        a.   After          a.   Because
    b.   Because         b.   After        b.   Then            b.   Because          b.   Then          b.   Because        b.   Before
    c.   And             c.   Then         c.   After           c.   But              c.   But           c.   Then           c.   Then
    d.   After           d.   So           d.   Because         d.   So               d.   After         d.   Before         d.   So




         14. De acuerdo con la imagen ¿cuál es la frase que mejor la describe?



             a.    Jerry is going to be veterinary
             b.    Jerry will me doctor.
             c.    Jerry is going to be chef.
             d.    Jerry likes food.



                   15. ¿Cuál de las siguientes frases corresponde al futuro a largo plazo?

                   a. John is going to buy a car.

                   b. Daniel will going to house.

                   c. Juan will buy a house and a car.

                   d. Nobody is going to will you.

                   16. ¿Cuál es la estructura del futuro a corto plazo?

             a. Sujeto+complemento+verbo go.
             b. Sujeto+verbo to be +going to+ verbo en infinitivo + complemento.
        c. Verbo to do+ will+ not+ complemento.
        d. Complemento+sujeto+verbo+ verbo to be.



17. Observa la imagen y luego señala la respuesta correcta a esta pregunta: Is Mary going to be a Singer?



a. Yes, she is

b. No he is.

c. Yes, Mary is going to be a musician.

d. No she is going to be a nurse.

Completa la frase con to be (Am-is-are)

18. I ______ going to buy a big house.

a. amn’t

b. am

c. is

d. is not

19. She _______ going to study German next year.

a. Is are

b. isn’t not

c. is

d. are not


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