Content exam 2nd term – FINAL EXAM
- Past simple
- Travel vocabulary: p 22 + 23
- Past continuous and past simple (documento: when – while)
- Adjectives and adverbs + comparative and superlative adjectives + comparative and superlative adverbs (documento)
- Possession (my brother’s dog – my brothers’ dog)
- Possessive pronouns (mine, yours, … )
- Present continuous for future
Vocabulary SalziEnglish 2nd term
Vocabulary book: everything: p 138, 139, 140
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
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
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
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.
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.
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 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
· 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?
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 !
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
To rent = alquilar
We were renting
Our family were renting /our family was renting
Real Madrid were playing
My father was cooking supper
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.
An only child
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
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)