lunes, 13 de abril de 2015

Exercise on Future I Simple (going to)




Exercise on Future I Simple (going to)

Put the verbs into the correct form (future I). Use going to.
  1. It (rain) .
  2. They (eat)  stew.
  3. (wear)  blue shoes tonight.
  4. We (not / help)  you.
  5. Jack (not / walk)  home.
  6. (cook / you)  dinner?
  7. Sue (share / not)  her biscuits.
  8. (leave / they)  the house?
  9. (take part / she)  in the contest?
  10. (not / spend)  my holiday abroad this year.


Exercises

Type in the verbs in the future I (going to).
  1. Mr Potts (sell)  his house.
  2. Our neighbours (spend)  their next holidays in the Caribbean.
  3. (move)  to another town.
  4. My husband (build)  a tree house for the kids.
  5. His friends (learn)  English.
Type in the verbs in the future I (going to).
  1. (tell/not)  you the secret.
  2. She (ring/not)  me.
  3. We (invite/not)  him to our party.
  4. Greg (work/not)  abroad.
  5. Her parents (lend/not)  her any more money.
Write questions in the future I (going to).
  1. (you/help/me) ?
  2. (she/study/in Glasgow) ?
  3. (they/paint/the room) ?
  4. (he/apply/for that job) ?
  5. (what/you/do)  about this?

sábado, 27 de abril de 2013

PRESENT SIMPLE vs PRESENT CONTINUOUS




1. PRESENT SIMPLE 









GO TO THE NEXT LINK:  http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/es/short-stories/spycat

Listen and watch the story.
Write the  sentences in order.









2. PRESENT   CONTINUOUS OR PROGRESSIVE 











GO TO THE NEXT LINK: 
 http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/es/short-stories/one-moment-around-the-world

Listen to this story and write the sentences in order. 




3. PRACTICE  

Find this and other   exercises in: 

                                                             A.  PRESENT SIMPLE 

http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=714

http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/word-games/make-the-sentences/ryans-typical-day

                                         B.   PRESENT CONTINUOUS 

 http://www.really-learn-english.com/present-progressive-exercises.html#01 
  
  http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=2332