1º ESO BC bilingual

Exam content 3rd term: 18 may 2017

Unit 7

-          Present continuous for future

-          useful expressions: page 45: activity 8 + page 130, 131

Unit 8

-          future with will

-          Furniture + electrical household appliances vocabulary

Unit 9

-          Must, mustn’t, have to, don’t have to

-          Had to

Unit 10

-          Verb patterns: gerunds and infinitives

Unit 11

-          All, other, both, another

-          Countable and uncountable nouns


+ vocabulary book: 138 - 142 (Unit 1 - 11) 

Vocabulary reading exam

To sail = navegar

Luxury = lujo

Departure = salida

Free = libre / gratis

Near = cerca de

Fully equipped = totalmente equipado

A crew member = tripulante

To carry = llevar

Enough = bastante

To threaten = amenazar

Lack of sleep = falta de sueño

Alertness = precaución, vigilancia

To increase = incrementar

A disease = una enfermedad

To suffer from sth. = sufrir de algo

A tip = una pista / una propina

To nap = dormir la siesta

To avoid = evitar

Within = dentro de

Calm = tranquilo

To breathe = respirar

Muscles = musculos 



I think houses will be different in the future.

ð  We think it will happen, it’s not sure.

Next week, we’re going to Belgium.

ð  It’s completely sure.


I promise I will pay attention!

ð  Promises

Wait, I’ll help you!

ð  Offers, instant decisions.


To keep out = mantener fuera

A customer = un cliente

To take a nap

Wildlife = vida salvaje

Staff = empleados / personal

Stuff = cosas


There aren’t any apples left = no quedan


A lot of furniture

I haven’t got much money.

Too much traffic = demasiado trafico

Too many traffic jams

A piece of jewellery


Let’s talk about going to the cinema

I’m very good at playing football.

I try to understand maths.

I want you to stop talking.

I don’t mind waiting for you.


Both = ambos

I like both beaches and mountains.

I like beaches as much as mountains.


He’s not feeling well = He’s feeling a bit poorly.


After school I go home.

First I go to school and afterwards (=later) I go home.



I have to study = I must study

I don’t have to … = no tengo que

I mustn’t talk in class = no debo hablar en clase.

I had to study = Tuve que estudiar

I didn’t have to study = No tenía que estudiar


It takes me 10 minutes = me lleva  10 minutos.




A member

To join a club




I’m in trouble

I’ve got some issues /

The latest issue = la última publicación.


A piece of advice

Some advice




A doubt



A bedside table

A cupboard

A wardrobe (for clothes)

A closet (empotrado) / a built-in wardrobe

Chest of drawers (cómoda)


A shoerack (zapatero)

A rack (estante) a dish rack / a bicycle rack

A freezer

Blinds (put the blinds up / put down / lower)

A dryer


A spot = un punto / un foco / un grano

A coach = entrenador / autocar


To close = to shut


What is your friend like?

How is your friend? (salud)



Let’s go dancing / Let’s dance

Shall we go dancing / Shall we dance?

How about going dancing?

Would you like to go dancing?

Why don’t we go dancing?

I’d prefer to go dancing

It’s a shame about … the weather, …

It’s a shame that you can’t come.

I’d love to.

I’m not that interested in dancing.


By the way = por cierto

I don’t agree.

Never mind = no importa / da igual

All kinds of = all sorts of


I’m still at home = todavía estoy en casa

I haven’t done my homework yet = I still haven’t done my homework =  todavía no he hecho los deberes.


Let’s see. Calm down a bit.

We could go … Podríamos ir.


Luxurious and beautiful


There are 3 of us = somos 3.



Next Monday = lunes que viene

The next Monday = el lunes después de un momento establecido

The holidays start on the 1st of July and the next Monday I’m going to France.


A little money = un poco de dinero

Little Money = casi nada de dinero


A few friends

Few friends





Correction exam

Tomorrow, Lisa is going to the airport by car.

Hello, Is Tara at home? Yes, one moment please /

Hold on a moment please / hang on , …

I’m climbing next week / I’ll climb next week / I’m going to climb…

I’m very good at hiking.

I get on well with my brother.

It’s Dan’s zip.

Can you lend me your pen? I forgot mine.

What about giving you a lift? / Shall I give you a lift? /

Would you like a lift?

This glass bottle belongs to a friend of mine.

Yesterday I almost choked while I was having dinner.

There is a cat in the garden, however it’s not ours.

While I was showing the slide during my presentation,

Everyone was listening well.

Were you watching TV yesterday at about 10 o’clock?

I was locking the door when I saw a bright light.

My father drives more carefully than before.



By the way, there’s no lift in the hotel.

While Juan was doing the exam, the teacher found his cheat sheet.

Did you do the housework (chores)?

The teacher grabbed my arm and told me that I have to behave well.

While I was having dinner, I almost choked.

The locker is very useful.

My father hardly ever drives carefully.

Have a good (nice) day.

The dog barks loudly.

My father speaks worse English than me.

You work more slowly than your friend.Content exam 2nd term – FINAL EXAM


Unit 3

-          Past simple

-          Travel vocabulary: p 22 + 23

Unit 4

-          Past continuous and past simple (documento: when – while)

Unit 5

-          Adjectives and adverbs + comparative and superlative adjectives + comparative and superlative adverbs (documento)

Unit 6

-          Possession (my brother’s dog – my brothers’ dog)

-          Possessive pronouns (mine, yours, … )

Unit 7

-          Present continuous for future



Vocabulary SalziEnglish 2nd term

Vocabulary book: everything: p 138, 139, 140


correction exam 2nd term - midterm 

By the way, there’s no lift in the hotel.

While Juan was doing the exam, the teacher found his cheat sheet.

Did you do the housework (chores)?

The teacher grabbed my arm and told me that I have to behave well.

While I was having dinner, I almost choked.

The locker is very useful.

My father hardly ever drives carefully.

Have a good (nice) day.

The dog barks loudly.

My father speaks worse English than me.

You work more slowly than your friend.



Guess what!

Mum’s taking me in the car. / Can you take me to school?

Why don’t we give you a lift?

By bus, by train, ... // on foot

Hang on!

That’s on the third of April.

Let me see!

Things like that.

You’re terrible at cooking. I’m good at / I’m bad at. 

I guess I’ll see you at the airport.

A zip = cremallera

To zip = cerrar la cremallera


To go hiking


To get back = volver

To get lost = perderse

To get on = subir / llevarse (to get on well)

To get to = ir a

To get up = levantarse



It’s Manolo’s ball

My brother’s dog = el perro de mi hermano

My brothers’ dog = el perro de mis hermanos

The children’s book

The child’s book


It’s mine








Can I borrow your book?  = Can you lend me your book?

I lent the book to my friend = My friend borrowed my book.


I’m taller than my friend. My friend is shorter than me. My friend is not as tall as me.



To cool (down)

Cool = guay / frio

A computer program

A television programme

It belongs to me = it’s mine = I own it.

It belongs to a friend of mine.

Is it a friend of yours?

A cup = una taza

An envelope = un sobre

Glass = vidrio

Leather = piel


A golden necklace

A wooden bowl

A woolen jumper

The jumper is made of wool.

A glass bottle



Adjectives and adverbs


A careful driver

I am careful

I drive carefully


A good driver

He drives well


He drives fast

He works hard

ð  Hardly = a penas

Hardly ever


Fast – faster – the fastest

Intelligent – more intelligent – the most intelligent


Even better = incluso mejor



A cave = cueva

A lorry = un camión

Useful – useless

He moved into his new home.

To build (built – built)

Even = incluso / aún, todavía

Somewhere = en algún sitio

A locker = taquilla

To lock = cerrar con llave

Luminoso = bright



To grab a bite = have something to eat                Shall we grab a bite together?

Christmas eve / Christmas day                                 On Christmas day I ate a sandwich.

New Year’s eve / New Year’s day                           On New year’s eve I ate with my friends.

To choke = atragantarse                                            

I’m very hungry = I’m starving

To grab = coger                                                               the teacher grabbed my arm.

I had dinner.

An appetiser




A cheat sheet = chuleta

A slide = una diapositiva


I played / I didn’t play / Did you play?

I was playing / I wasn’t playing / Were you playing?


While I was playing, I fell.

I was playing when I fell.


Housework = tareas de la casa = chores


While I was talking, the teacher told me to be quiet.

I was talking when the teacher told me to be quiet.



Correction exam

We are renting a car.

How much does the petrol cost? (How much is the petrol /fuel?)

First I lost my keys and then I missed the bus.

I love travelling by car.

I’m staying at home.

I was waiting for you.

Enjoy your stay.

I’m quite bad at maths.

I would (I’d) like to plan my trip (voyage, journey)

There was a petrol station in the outskirts.

The children are about (around) 8 years old.

When we got (arrived) home, my little sister was studying a social science unit (topic) about mountains, valleys, rivers and deserts.



Has my behaviour improved?
I’ll behave very well.

I’ll have good behaviour. 


English Exam 1st term final: 1st ESO (17/11/2016)

Contenidos del examen:

·         Unit 1: entero / gramática : present simple + present continuous

·         Unit 2: entero / gramática : verbs we don’t usually use in the continuous

·         Unit 3: entero / gramática : past simple

·         Connectors

·         An informal letter

·         Unit 4: p24 : introduction to past continuous 


Revision for the exam

1.       Estoy contento. I’m happy / I’m glad.

2.       Estamos alquilando un coche.

We were renting a car.

3.       Había 2 ratones en el fregadero.

There were two mice in the sink.

4.       Mi madre preparó una cena ligera en casa.

My mother cooked supper at home.

5.       Suelo quedar con mis amigos a mediodía.

I usually meet up with my friends at midday.

6.       ¿Cuánto cuesta la gasolina?

How much does the petrol cost?

7.       De repente vi dos personas.

Suddenly I saw two people.

8.       Perdí el autobús.

I missed the bus

9.       Reservé varios vuelos.

I booked several flights

10.   ¿Me puedes llevar en coche al colegio?

Can you give me a lift to school?

11.   Los niños son muy amables.

The children are very friendly / kind

12.   El huésped tiene mucho equipaje.

The guest has (got) a lot of luggage

13.   Me encanta viajar en avión.

I love travelling by plane

14.   El avión estaba volando sobre una isla.

The plane was flying over an island

15.   Algunos alumnos estaban trabajando mientras que otros estaban hablando.

Some pupils were working while others were talking.


I’m at home

Did you shave last night?

A beard

We stayed in a hotel (alojarse)

We stayed at home (quedarse)

To meet up with friends (quedar con amigos)

I usually hang out with my friends (suelo estar /salir con mis amigos)

I was waiting for you !


P 24

A sink

To sink

In the morning: to have breakfast

At noon: to have lunch

In the evening: to have dinner (cena)/ supper (cena ligera)

The’re in a hurry / a rush

Hurry up!

To rent = alquilar

We were renting

Our family were renting /our family was renting

Real Madrid were playing


My father was cooking supper

To share

A cupboard

A mouse / two mice

One child / two children

One person / two people

Glad = happy



How much does it cost?

How long does it take ? How long does it last?

At what time is the concert?



One of the oldest streets

One of the prettiest girls / one of the most beautiful girls


I lost my keys

A missed call

To miss the bus – I missed the bus


It’s piece of cake


It’s open every day except Mondays

Por cierto – by the way

Reservar – to book

Varios – several

Disfruta de tu estancia – enjoy your stay


How much do the drinks cost?


Vocabulary page 23 activity 7




Charo hasn’t sent us anything yet.


A guest


A suitcase




On holiday


An only child

The underground




Andando = on foot

By car / by bus / by …

Un guía = a tourguide

Más rápido = quicker / faster

Bastante lento = quite slow


I’ve got a lot of luggage

Much luggage

Many suitcases

A lot of suitcases


I think that he’s asking …


Can you give me a lift?



Writing mistakes exam

I usually work a lot. (hard)

I love swimming. I swim twice (two times) a week.

I’m very busy because I’m watching a film.

This book belongs to me. / This is my book / This book is mine / I own this book.

There aren’t many lions left.

It’s closed between January and March.

The weather is changing. It’s drier.

Last week I had a lot of fun. I enjoyed myself.

I’m quite good at maths.

Why is the earth laughing?

Later / afterwards, the plane took off to fly far away.

First I saw a petrol station.

Due to / Because of the rain I was stuck in traffic (I was in a traffic jam)

Unit 1

Page 10

An award

Last year


a meeting

to get fit

to get better at something

to find out about

to go camping

the countryside


page 11


to work hard

to enjoy

to be pleased with


to plan








to smile


grammar: present simple and present continuous


every week

last term


Page 12


To fill in

A form

To print

An award

First name




First language

Email address

Address: (first the number and then the street: 24 Meadow Street)


Unit 2

Page 14














The youngest



Slow ó quick

To cut through

Faster ó slower

Wetter ó drier

Temperatures are rising

To rise (rose – risen)

To happen

A business

To grow vegetables

A farmer


Page 15

Grammar: verbs we don’t usually use in the continuous


To belong to

To need

The weather


A dolphin

A lion

A monkey

A penguin

A snake

A sea

A mountain

A forest


Page 17

To spend time

A cub







Unit 3

An adventure

An aeroplane

An engine

A flight

A passenger


A pilot

A radio

To fly (flew – flown)



To take off ó to land

To think ( thought – thought)



A bone

A button

A pocket knife


To carry (carried – carried)

To be able to


Page 21

Grammar : the past simple



First / second / third

Then / next

After – after school

-          Afterwards / after that

-          Later

-          Finally




As well / too (end of sentence)




Because of the rain


To go out (to + inf)

For my mum (for + noun)






For example = for instance





A prize

A price



Last year = el año pasado

The last year = el ultimo año


Funny = divertido (te ries)

Fun = divertido (te lo pasas bien)



I’d like to



He’s quite old

Quite = bastante

Quiet = callado / tranquilo



I’m good at

I’m bad at


To discuss













I agree

I don’t agree

I disagree

Let’s agree to disagree
































To move = moverse / mudarse








A camp

To waste time

Litter = rubbish = waste

A chatterbox

A talk


I’m joking



Boiling hot

Luke warm


To pour

Do drizzle

A drop



A cage


There aren’t many left

At your own pace

She’d like to …

To behave


A meal


To turn off

To turn on

To turn down

To turn up


It’s just gone 5 o’clock


To vomit

Bless you

To sneeze


To hang out



A trip / a voyage / a journey

To travel

The underground

The subway (US)


A petrol station

A stewardess

The outskirts

When I got up

I went to sleep


To cross

To take someone down

An issue


I’m able to

A traffic jam

It’s pouring down

Stuck in traffic

A lift

A flood

To cough