2º ESO A bilingual

Content exam : 2nd term – final

 

Unit 4

-          Past continuous

Unit 5

-          Past simple and continuous

-          Myself, yourself, eachother, …

Unit 6

-          Some, any, much, many, a lot of, a few/a little

 

Vocabulary SalziEnglish 2nd term

Vocabulary book: everything: unit 1-6: p 129-131

Connectors

 

07/03/2017

I have too much money.

I have a lot of money.

I have some money

I have a little money = I don’t have much money

I have little money

I don’t have any money = I haven’t got any money.

 

Road sign

Post box

Recycling bin

Speed limit

Bus stop

Car park

Tourist information

The ground floor ( planta baja)

It’s on the ground floor next to the tourist information.

 

I agree

I don’t agree = I disagree

Do you agree with me?

 

Bastante cerca del colegio. – quite near the school

Le lleva unos 5 minutos en bici. – it takes her about 5 minutes to cycle / by bike

Hay muchas cosas que hacer. – there are lots of things to do.

Yo no pienso eso. – i don’t think so.

Es verdad–that’s true

A lo mejor tienes razón. – maybe, you’re right.

No había nada que hacer. – there was nothing to do.

Estoy completamente de acuerdo. – I completely agree.

Lo que quiero decir. – What I mean is …

 

Operating system

Screen

 

The country

The city

 

01/03

No tengo mucho dinero. I DON’T HAVE MUCH MONEY.

No tengo dinero. I HAVEN’T GOT ANY MONEY / I DON’T HAVE ANY MONEY / I HAVE NO MONEY / I’M BROKE / I’M IN DIRE STRAITS, …

Tengo muchas preguntas. I HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS / I’VE GOT MANY QUESTIONS

Solo tengo unos pocos minutos. I ONLY HAVE A FEW MINUTES.

Solo tengo poco tiempo.  I ONLY HAVE A LITTLE TIME

 

A pedestrian crossing

Crime

Street lights

 

My perfect place

Light / lights / lighter

 

28/02

Grammar: some, any, much, …

 

Rubbish / trash / litter / garbage(USA) / waste

The bin

 

Crowd

Pollution

Public transport

Street market

Traffic jam

Street lights

A bridge

A bus stop

To cross a road

A car park

A department store

A fountain

An apartment block

A pedestrian crossing

Traffic lights


19/01/2017

I’m looking at myself.

They’re looking at themselves.

They’re looking at each other

To buy (bought / bought)

I’m ashamed

You should be ashamed = Shame on you!

To argue

We had an argument

 

 

18/01/2017

Jorge llamó mientras (yo) estaba viendo las noticias.

ð  George called while I was watching the news.

(El) Estaba caminando hacía su trabajo cuando se cayó.

ð  He was walking to work when he fell.

¿Estaba lloviendo cuando te fuiste?

ð  Was it raining when you left?

Mi hijo estaba leyendo mientras que yo estaba cocinando.

ð  My son was reading while I was cooking.

(Yo) Estaba viendo la tele cuando el teléfono sonó.

ð  I was watching TV when the phone rang.

Mientras que (yo) estaba viendo la tele, el teléfono sonó.

ð  While I was watching TV, the telephone rang.

 

To drop = dejar caer

 

12/01/2017

Un salto = a leap

Una huella de pie = a footprint

Yo paso una hora en el parque = I spend one hour in the park.

Not yet = aún no

Un rascacielos = a skyscraper

Molesto = annoyed

Una escalera = a ladder

 

A.       When – while

'While' is used to express two continuous actions happened at the same time.

ð  Example: While I was doing the housework, my sister was cooking.

'  While' or 'When' is used when a continuous long action is  interrupted by a short action.

ð  Example: while I was watching a horror film, the electricity went off.

ð  Example: I was watching a horror film, when the electricity went off.

'When' is used to express an action happened in the course of another action.

ð  Example: When I was there, I saw beautiful places.

'When' is used to express an action happened immediately after another action.

ð  Example: When we reached the summit, we saw the beautiful landscape of the city.

 

11/01/2017

To remind = recordar

To remember = acordarse

Cute = mono /adorable

To hit = pegar

To hit on someone = tirar los tejos                         my brother is hitting on a girl.

To point to / at = señalar

To hold = sujetar

To throw = tirar

To make a face = hacer muecas

To shake hands (shook)

To wave

To catch

To drop

To clap

 

 

10/01/2017

To aim high

To become (became - become)

To begin (began – begun)

To come = to turn up

 

14/12/2016

To skip = saltar  (I’m going to skip this advertisement)

I do athletics

I go dancing / I dance

Mad = crazy

Nearby = cerca (the school is nearby. / the school is near my house.)

He gave me a huge hug.

To grab = agarrar ( he grabbed my arm)

Let’s go grab a bite. = vamos a comer algo.

To grow (grew – grown) = cultivar / crecer

Several = varios

A supporter = a fan

I’m on my way = estoy de camino.

The crowd = la multitud

Pleased = happy (pleased to meet you)

To take up = levantar / empezar (I’m taking up dancing classes)

 

Correction exam

It’s my birthday soon, however (nevertheless) you are not invited.

I’m busy because I have (got) to do my homework. (I’ve got homework to do)

The fans fall in love easily.

On my first trip (voyage, journey), the plane took off quickly (fast)

I’m writing to you to tell you that sometimes I’m a bit rude.

She is the prettiest (most beautiful) girl and moreover she’s polite.

Can I borrow your bike to go to school?

Next month I’m buying (going to buy) a tracksuit.

I’m having (taking) English classes this term.

I’m wearing second-hand boots.

Can you pour me a drink?

Nowadays there are many people who can’t afford a brand new car.

My school isn’t as modern as yours.

I don’t do enough exercise.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.


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English Exam: 2nd ESO (18/11/2016)

Contenidos del examen:

·         Unit 1:  gramática : present simple and present continuous

·         Unit 2:  gramática : past simple + adverbs   

·         Unit 3:  gramática : comparatives and superlatives  + not as … as + too, not enough

·         Unit 4: sports

·         Writing mistakes

·         Connectors

·         Informal letters

 

Listening vocabulary

To sign = firmar

A changing room = el vestuario

To queue = hacer cola

Biscuits = galletas

A mark = una nota

Strength = fuerza

Speed = velocidad

Skill = habilidad

A score = una puntuación

 

Examen inicial

1.       Ella me ayuda

She helps me.

2.       Es muy divertido.

It’s great fun / good fun. 

3.       Estoy interesado en saber cosas.

I’m interested in knowing things.

4.       Vivo en España

I live in Spain.

5.       Estoy ocupado

I’m busy.

6.       Estoy de acuerdo.

I agree

7.       Creo que te encantaría.

I think you’d (would) love it.

8.       Pronto es mi cumpleaños. Estás invitado a mi cumpleaños.

It’s my birthday soon. You’re invited to my birthday.

9.       En mi familia, somos 4.

In my family, there are 4 of us.

10.   El futbol es un deporte muy famoso.

Football is a very famous (popular) sport.

11.   Hay muchos monumentos.

There are many monuments.

12.   Me gusta mucho.

I like it a lot.

13.   Gracias por invitarme.

Thanks for inviting me.

14.   Estoy ocupado.

I’m busy.

15.   Por la noche.

At night. 

16.   Tengo que hacer los deberes.

I have (got) to do my homework.

17.   Me gustan los deportes y escuchar música.

I like sports and listening to music.

 

Thinking skill: Ranking

1.       Marido

Husband

2.       Ganar dinero

To earn money

3.       He nacido en España

I was born in Spain

4.       Enamorarse

To fall in love

5.       Estudio para aprender

I study to learn.

6.       Ir al colegio

Go to school

7.       Porque es un paso grande

Because it is a big step.

 

Informal letter

1.       Mi primer viaje a Nueva York.

My first trip to New York.

2.       Te escribo para contarte …

I’m writing to you to tell you 

3.       Mi momento más importante es cuando yo nací porque sino, no existiría,

My most important momento is when I was born because if not, I wouldn’t exist.

4.       Un chico me dijo que

A boy told me that…

5.       Me gustó mucho

I liked it a lot.

6.       El avión despegó. Perdimos el avión.

The plane took off. We missed the plane.  

7.       Cenamos pizza. (pasado)

We had pizza for dinner.

 

First term: exam 1

1.       Me lo he pasado muy bien (divertido).

I had good / great fun.

2.       Este trimestre, estoy ayudando a mi amigo porque es bastante perezoso.

This term, I’m helping my friend because he’s quite lazy.

3.       Me gustan los deportes y escuchar música.

I like sports and listening to music.

4.       Llevo puestas unas zapatillas de deporte completamente nuevas.

I’m wearing brand-new sport shoes.

5.       La semana que viene voy a comprar un traje elegante.

Next week, I’m buying (going to buy) a smart /elegant suit.

6.       ¿Qué ropa llevaste ayer?

What clothes did you wear yesterday?

7.       Estoy reventado porque he trabajado más duro que mi amigo.

I’m exhausted because I have worked harder than my friend.

8.       Mi coche es más moderno que el tuyo, pero no es bastante rápido.

My car is more modern than yours, but it’s not fast enough.

9.       Es la corbata más fea.

This is the ugliest tie.

10.   Mi habitación no es tán desordenada que la tuya.

My room is not as messy (untidy) as yours.

11.   No nadamos porque el agua estaba demasiado fría.

We didn’t swim because the water was too cold.

12.   Yo terminé el examen con facilidad/fácilmente.

I finished the exam easily.

 

Unit 1

 

Page 10

Bald

Curly

Dark

Fair

Good-looking

In his/her twenties/thirties

Straight

Teenage

 

Polite

Careless

Funny

Friendly

Miserable

Confident

Cheerful

Rude

Shy

Serious

Unfriendly

Quite

To borrow

To look after (someone / something)

To encourage someone

Lazy

 

Page 11

This term

Even

Next month

I guess

Opposite

To take part in

 

right opposite = justo en frente

you’re right = tienes razón

right now = ahora mismo

the right person = la persona correcta

 

I’m keen on

It doesn’t matter

To spend time

Actually

 

Page 12

Grammar : present simple and present continuous

At the moment

Right now

Never

Sometimes

Always

Ever day/week/year

This month/term/week

Later, tomorrow

On Saturdays

Next week/weekend/month 

 

Grammar: Verbs: want, like, love, …

To believe

To need

To own

To want

 

Page 13

Really

Fairly

A bit

To disagree

I’m into

 

Unit 2

Page 14

Boots

A cap

A jacket

A jumper

A necklace

A pocket

A raincoat

Sandals

A suit

Sunglasses

A sweatshirt

A tie

Tights

A top

A tracksuit

Trainers

 

Loose

Comfortable

Tight

Smart clothes

Narrow

Brand new

Second hand

Fashionable

Well-dressed

Badly dressed

Casual

Uncomfortable

Unfashionable

Wide

 

Page 15

Usually

To wear (wore – worn)

A style

Jeans

A leather jacket

A skirt

To be shocked

To be interested in

Sandals

Angry

Trends

To match

Dirty

To sing (sang – sung)

 

The same kind = el mismo tipo

Some kind of = algún tipo de

That kind of thing = ese tipo de cosa

 

Page 16

Grammar: past simple

Irregular verbs past simple (at the end of the book)

Grammar: adverbs

 

Irregular adverbs

Fast – fast

Hard – hard

Good – well

 

Song: set fire to the rain by Adele

To save someone

Weak

To pour

To burn

Forever

To fall ( fell – fallen)

Hear ( heard – heard)

To catch ( caught – caught)

 

Page 17

Usually

Always

Often

 

I like …

I don’t like …

I really like …

I think / I don’t think …

 

Unit 3

Page 20

Be born

Get a degree

Get a driving licence

Get a job

Get married

Go to university

Have children

Leave home

Leave school

Start school

 

Page 21

To be allowed

Nowadays

Tiny

Awful

Huge

 

To get on well with someone = llevarse bien

 

Page 22

Grammar: comparatives and superlatives

Grammar: not as ... as / too, not enough  

Expensive

Cheap

Hard

Messy

Serious

 

Page 23

Not as modern as = no tan modern como

I guess

At noon

To move into

Enough

A mate = a pal = a friend = a buddy

A fan

To get on

 

Connectors

First of all / firstly / first

In the first place

Secondly / second

In the second place

 

Next / then

Later / afterwards / after that

After doing my homework / after my homework

Afterwards, I did my homework

 

Finally / lastly / in the end

 

While

Meanwhile

Moreover / furthermore / besides

Also

Too / as well (end of sentence)

However

Nevertheless

Though / although

 

Because + sentence

Because of + noun

Due to + noun

Due to the fact that + sentence

For this/that reason

Therefore

For example / for instance

 

Unit 4

I play football / rugby / squash / ...

I  go climbing / boxing / cycling / jogging ...

I do athletics / gymnastics

 

 

 

 

 

Young – younger – the youngest

Beautiful – more beautiful – the most beautiful

 

Pretty (for girl)

Handsome (for boy)

 

Early – mid- late twenties

 

A clue

A mess

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The next month

 

To mean

 

 

 

 

 

 

Piece of cake

A bank holiday

To jazz up

To believe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It looks = it seems

A suit

Your strongest suit

Just

To wear

A better place

To match

Some kind of

I am serious

 

Hardly

Working hard or hardly working

Nor

Grandson

Granddaughter

 

To grab a bite

Who do you go shopping with?

Try this on

a screw

 

I agree

I don’t agree = I disagree

Do you agree?

I like wearing ...

To earn money

Quite cheap

Too expensive

To spend

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More difficult

Most of the people

Earlier

To leave school

I can’t afford it

As sociable as

Latest

Nowadays

Thunder

Lightning

However

Although

 

 

 

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