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1 TALLER No 1 INGLES 4 CHAPTER 10 TOO MUCH TOO MANY too many people, classes, books too much money, work, wine A. Fill in the blanks with too much or too many. 1. Don t drink too much vodka! 2. There were people at the bar last night. 3. He talks. 4. I have classes. CAN B. Complete the following. Use too when possible. 1. Can you buy a BMW? No, I can t buy a BMW. Why not? Because it s too expensive. 2. Can you walk home? No, Why not? 3.? Yes, of course. C. Answer the following questions 1. Could your teacher come to class yesterday? Yes, she could come to class. COULD COULDN T 2. Could you make breakfast this morning? 3. Could you go on vacation last month? Why not?

2 D. Write questions for the answers 1. Could you buy the jacket? No, I couldn t. It s too expensive. 2.? No, it was too late for me. 3.? No, she had to study. CALL CALLED E. Answer the following questions: 1. Do you call many people from your cell phone? Yes, I call many people from my cell phone. 2. Who called you this morning? 3. Does your mother call you every day? 4. Did you call the teacher? F. Answer the following: LEAVE A MESSAGE TAKE A MESSAGE LEFT A MESSAGE TOOK A MESSAGE 1. Did Lorenzo leave a message? 2. Who took the message? 3. Who was the message for? G. Answer the questions according to the information below: 1. Lorenzo mother call 2. teacher me practice 3. I you come 4. she me sign form 1. What does Lorenzo want his mother to do?

3 2. What does the teacher want you to do? 3. What do you want me to do? 4. What does she want you to do? H. SAW HEARD (recuadro) see saw hear heard Fill in the blanks with the correct form of see and hear : 1. - I saw a really good program on TV last night. - Oh! What did you? - It was a program about global warming, but I didn t it all because it began before I got home. I only about 20 minutes of the program Did you about the concert last night? - Yes, I it was really good I can t you well. You speak too softly. - Do you want me to speak more loudly? - Yes, thank you. Now I you very well. I. FUTURE WITH GOING TO - Are you going to be here this afternoon? - No, I have to work. - Then, when are you going to come? - Tomorrow morning. Answer the following questions: 1. When are you going to have lunch? I m going to have lunch in an hour. 2. Are you going to be home tonight? Yes, 3. Is Paul going to take the guitar? Yes, 4. Are you going to go? No,

4 Why not? J. PACK TRAVEL STAY Read and answer Mr. Preston travels often. Tomorrow he is going to Bogotá on a business trip. He bought his ticket by telephone. His trip is going to be short, only two days.he has to pack his briefcase. He s only going to take a shirt, a pair of socks and some underwear. Mr. Preston usually stays at a hotel downtown, but this time he is going to stay at a friend s apartment. When he arrives, he is going to unpack his briefcase and go to an important meeting with one of his clients. 1. Is Mr. Preston going to go to Bogotá on vacation? No, he is going to go on business. 2. How long is he going to stay? 3. Where is he going to stay? 4. What did he pack in his briefcase? K. Number in the correct order: The bellboy opens my room. We take the elevator. I give him a tip. I check in. 1 I go to the front desk. The bellboy takes my suitcase. The desk clerk gives me the key. L. Match the following: 1. fill out a tip 2. check in time 3. give 1 a form 4. check out at the hotel M. Fill in the blanks: 1. - When did you a form? - I a form when I When is time? - It s at 3: Did you give the bellboy a?

5 N. LIKE LIKED Answer the following: 1. What do you like for breakfast? I like 2. Do you like to eat pancakes? 3. Did you like your breakfast last Sunday? (delicious) 4. What movie did you see? O. WITH WITHOUT (dialogue) - How do you like your coffee? - With sugar and cream, please. T. Fill in the blanks with with or without and answer the questions: 1. My mother doesn t like sugar in her coffee. She always has her coffee sugar. 2. I don t like my coffee without sugar. I drink it sugar. 3. How do you like your coffee? P. HOW DO YOU LIKE? HOW DID YOU LIKE? Complete the following with: delicious / great / all right / not bad / terrible 1. How did you like the show? 2.? Mmm delicious! 3. How do you like my apartment? 4.? It wasn t bad.

6 CAPITULO 11 A. Answer the following questions: 1. Andrea: I don t have a computer at home. What did she say? She said that she didn t have a computer at home. 2. Dad: It s in the garage. What did Dad say? 3. Helen: I want a cup of coffee. What did she say? B. GET GOT Camil: When you were a child, Do you get many Christmas presents? Peter: Yes, When I was a child, I got many Christmas presents. Answer the questions: 1. Do you get many presents on your birthday? Yes, I get many presents on my birthday. 2. Where can I get the photocopies? 3. That s a nice shirt! Where did you get it? 4. Did you get the milk? Yes, C. FUTURE WITH WILL Tomorrow I will be in Miami Next month She will leave Rome I = I ll She = she ll He = he ll You wil = you ll will not = won t It = it ll we = we ll they = they ll Answer the following questions. Use contractions. 1. Will you be here tomorrow? Yes, I ll be here tomorrow. No, I won t be here tomorrow.

7 2. Will they come together? Yes, No, 3. What time will he be back? 4. Where will you put the computer? D. FINISH? END? The class normally ends at 7:30, but today the teacher finished it at 7:15. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of finish or end : 1. What time does the program end? 2. Will you on time? 3. She the test and left. 4. The movie is long. It at E. THERE WILL BE Will there be? Yes, there will be No, there won t be Answer the following questions: 1. Will there be more sales this year? Yes, there will be more sales this year. 2. When will there be another sale? 3. Will there be presidential elections this year? 4. At what time will there be another presentation? F. ASKED REPORTED SPEECH Answer the questions: 1. Sam: Where do you want to go? What did Sam ask you? He asked me where I wanted to go. 2. Sandra: Is there another dictionary? What did Sandra ask you?

8 3. Joe: Where is my saxophone? What did Joe ask? 4. Teacher: Do you have the homework? What did the teacher ask? G. NEED NEEDED Fill in the blanks with the correct form of need : 1. We went to the bank because we needed more money. 2. Who a pen? 3. Do you more time to finish the test? 4. The printer a new cartridge. Where can I get one? 5. What photocopies do you? CHAPTER TWELVE SOMETHING - ANYTHING A. Answer the following questions: 1. Is there anything in your pocket? No, there isn t anything in my pocket. Yes, there is something in my pocket. 2. Do you have anything special to do tonight? No, Yes, 3. Do you see anything behind the door? No, Yes, 4. Did you eat anything before class? No, Yes, 5. Did you do anything special last weekend? No, Yes, 6. Is there anything I can do to help? No, Yes,

9 (dialogue) - Would you like something to eat? - Yes, thank you. SOMEONE - ANYONE - There is someone from the Semana Magazine on the phone, sir. - Tell them I`m not speaking to anyone. B. Fill in the blanks with someone or anyone : 1. I think there is someone there. 2. There wasn t at the office. 3. I didn t see with a green hat. 4. Mr. Preston, there is at the door asking for you. 5. I m going to see special tonight. 6. I didn t speak to about it. I see something. I see someone. I don t see anything. I don t see anyone. ELSE? (Dialogues) - I want the blue shoes and the red sandals. - Very well. Anything else? - No, I don t want anything else. - You can take the metro and get off at the San Antonio station, then walk to the office. - How else can I go? - Well, you can take a taxi, but it s too expensive. - I bought milk, eggs and cheese. - What else did you buy? - Oh, yes. I bought some sugar. C. Complete the following. Use what else, where else, who else or anything else Pablo, Andrea, Luz Dary, and Carlos are coming to the party. - And? - Oh, yes! Janet too We can go to a park or to Santa Elena. - Oh, I don t know. can we go?

10 3. - I have the photocopies, two pens, a sweater, the English book, and some money in my backpack. - do you have? - I don t have anything else Please bring us 3 hamburgers, 2 regular cokes, and a diet coke. -? - No, thank you. We don t want anything else. (dialogo) - I ll call when I get home. - O.K. I LL WHEN D. Complete using when, before, after, or until. 1. I ll study. 2. We won t go. 3. We ll begin. 4. I ll do my homework. CHANGE CHANGED (dialogue) - Did you change the tickets? - Yes, they re for tomorrow at 7:00. E. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of change : 1. My apartment really with the new decoration. 2. I always clothes before I do exercise. 3. She the appointment because she had to travel. 4. She the color of her hair every month. Sometimes it s red, sometimes it s blue. 5. I the jacket because it was too small. F. Read the following: AIRPORT VOCABULARY When I travel by plane, the first thing I do at the airport is check in at the airline counter. I show my ticket and my passport if I have to leave the country. I ask for a seat by the window, but if the trip is long, I ask for an aisle seat. I don t like to travel with too much luggage. Usually it s only one piece and a carry-on bag. They give me a boarding pass with the baggage claim ticket and the gate number. There, at the gate, I sit down and wait until I can board the plane. When I board the plane, I check my seat number and sit down, but before, I put my carry-on bag in the luggage compartment. If I need anything, the flight attendant can help me. When the flight is short, I read and have a cup of coffee. If it is long, I like to sleep or watch a movie. When I arrive, I go to the baggage claim. There I pick up my suitcase, show the baggage claim ticket and leave. I normally take a taxi.

11 Number in the correct order: put carry-on in baggage compartment take a taxi go to the gate 1 go to the airline counter board the plane go to baggage claim check in pick up suitcase read and have a cup of coffee take the boarding pass show baggage claim ticket MORE AIRPORT VOCABULARY G. Read and fill in the blanks: Short flights are usually non-stop, but on international flights you sometimes have to make a connection. When I went to Los Angeles, I made a connection in Miami. The connecting flight was two hours after our arrival. I had sufficient time to make the connection. 1. Some flights are really long. My niece went from Frankfurt to San Francisco! 2. It is important to arrive on time, because we have a at 12: I like flights because you don t have to make a connection. H. Write in past: PAST TENSE REVIEW buy go come write have speak read see answer ask begin can carry do finish give hear leave EAT ATE DRINK DRANK I. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of eat or drink : 1. What did you eat? I ate a sandwich. 2. What did you? I some orange juice.

12 3. Did the baby his milk? Yes, he it an hour ago. 4. Was lunch good? Yes, we pasta and wine. 5. Who my chocolate bar? I don t know. UNDERSTAND - UNDERSTOOD J. Answer the following questions and fill in the blanks using the correct form of understand : 1. Francois: Je pens qu il est trop petit pour voyager tout seul. Do you understand what Francois is saying? No, I don t understand what he is saying. 2. Teacher: I think he s too little to travel alone. Do you understand what the teacher is saying? 3. - I was bored in the lecture. - Why? - Because I didn t Did you watch the movie in English? - Yes, I did. - Did you it? - Well, I more or less What did you understand? - I that we have to wait until the plane arrives. (dialogue) WHAT DOES MEAN? LOOK IT UP - What does fringe mean? - I don t know. Look it up in the dictionary. When I don t know what a word means, I look it up in the dictionary. K. Write questions for the answers: 1. What does parents mean? It means father and mother. 2.? word = apple sentence = I like apples.

13 It means small. 3.? It means travel by plane. MEANING DO YOU KNOW THE MEANING OF? When I don t know the meaning of a word, I look it up in the dictionary. - Do you know French? - A little. - Do you know the meaning of poule? - I think it s chicken. L. Answer the following questions: 1. Do you know the meaning of parents? Yes, it s. 2.? Yes, it s big. 3.? Yes, it s travel by plane. (dialogue) - What s your telephone number? - I don t remember. - Really? - Yes, I forgot. KNOW KNEW REMEMBER REMEMBERED FORGET FORGOT M. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of know, remember and forget : 1. - Do you know how to make chocolate cookies? - When I was a child, I knew but I forgot. 2. Don t to bring some wine! 3. - Did you bring the wine? - Oh! I. - You don t anything!

14 4. - Do you how to open this? - Of course, I ll do it. 5.! Our next meeting is on July 10 th Did you look up the word in the dictionary? - No, I didn t look it up because I it. (dialogue) EVERYTHING - NOTHING - Did you do everything? - Yes, I did everything: I made the reservations, packed the suitcase, canceled the doctor s appointment, went to the bank and made sandwiches for the trip. - Well, thank you. - Don t mention it. N. Fill in the blanks with everything or nothing : 1. Where is everything? It s in the closet. 2. Did you buy? No, I bought. I couldn t go to the store. 3. I don t have any money. There is in my wallet. 4. Did you understand? No, I have a question. 5. Do you see anything? No, I see. 6. I m bored. I have to do. 7. Is there anything on the chair? No, there is on the chair. 8. Did you get? Yes, I got on the list. EVERYONE NO ONE O. Fill in the blanks with everyone or no one : 1. has to bring the homework tomorrow. 2. Where are the people? I see. 3. The test was very long. finished on time.

15 4. takes a break at noon. 5. likes Juanes. - It s important to check the printer cartridge. - I checked it yesterday. - Good! P. Match the following: IT S IMPORTANT TO 1. It s expensive to speak Japanese. 2. It s difficult to drink and drive. 3. It s easy 1 to travel with the family. 4. It s important to get up at 5:00 in the morning. 5. It s dangerous to drive a car. 6. It s hard get to work on time. Q. Read and answer the questions: I had an appointment with the doctor yesterday afternoon, but his secretary called and changed it. She said the doctor had to travel. It was OK for me because it s nothing urgent. Then I had some free time and I went to visit my friend at her shop. It s only two blocks from my office and I never have time to visit her! She was very happy to see me. There was no one there, so we could talk and have a cup of tea. Sometimes it s difficult to see your friends, because everyone is too busy. I was very happy to see her again. 1. Why did the secretary change her appointment? 2. What did she do then? 3. Is her friend s shop far from her office? 4. Were there many people at the shop? 5. Do you have time to visit your friends? USE USED USEFUL I use my computer to communicate with my friends, to read newspapers and magazines, and to write reports and many things. I used it this morning to answer some s. My computer is very useful to me.

16 R. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of use or with useful : 1. She her computer every day. For example, yesterday she wrote a long report. She it in the morning and in the afternoon. 2. I don t my computer very much. My cell phone is more, because I work on the street every day. 3. Is a second phone line in your home really? 4. She her camera every day. She loves to take pictures. 5. I don t like to take pictures. A camera isn t very to me. FULL-TIME JOB PART-TIME JOB Nestor works eight hours a day. He has a full-time job. I work four hours a day. I have a part-time job. Nestor works full time. I work part time. S. Answer and complete the following: WORK WORKED 1. Who does Nestor work for? (a bank) Does he work full time? Yes, Ah, he has a full-time job! 2.? I work for a grocery store downtown.? No, I work part time. Ah, you have a job! 3. Are you working now? (no, job) Do you need a or a job? I need a job because I study. 4.? She works for the National University.? No, she has a full-time job. 5. Did you work last semester? Yes, Are you going to work this semester?

17 No, A LOT MUCH T. Answer the following questions: 1. Do you study a lot? Yes, I study a lot. No, I don t study much. He works very much. = He works a lot. He doesn t work much. 2. Does your teacher work a lot? Yes, No, 3. Do you eat a lot? Yes, No, 4. Does your mother speak on the phone a lot? Yes, No, (dialogue) - What nice sandals! Where did you get them? - I brought them from Brazil. BRING BROUGHT U. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of bring : 1. - What did you? - I a bottle of wine Did you a bottle opener? - Yes, I one. - Excellent! 3. When I was a child, my Dad went to Panama. He me a big, beautiful doll. I will never forget her. Her name was Lilly. 4. I did my homework, but I didn t it! 5. What nice cookies! Who them? WELL GOOD MAKE MISTAKES

18 (dialogue) - How many words a minute do you type? - I type 100 words a minute. - Without mistakes? - No, with some mistakes. She types 100 words a minute. She types well. She is a good typist. Does she type without mistakes? No, she makes some mistakes. He prepares excellent pasta. He cooks well. He is a good cook. V. Answer the questions and fill in the blanks: 1. Do you see well without glasses? 2. Does Professor Baker teach well? He is a 3. Did you make any mistakes in the exam? 4. How many mistakes did you make? 5. Does García Márquez write well? He is a (writer). 6. Sorry, I a. FAST SLOW FAST - SLOWLY She types fast. She is a fast typist. He types slowly. He is a slow typist.

19 W. Fill in the blanks with slow, slowly, or fast : 1. Her Ferrari is a car. 2. My Renault 9 is a car. 3. Drive please. 4. He speaks too. I can t understand him. 5. Can you speak more please? 6. If you walk, it s good exercise. SLEEP SLEPT I usually sleep a lot on weekends, but last weekend I didn t sleep much. I studied very hard for a final test I had Monday morning. I slept only a few hours, but Monday night I went to bed early and slept until late the next day. X. Answer the following with the correct form of sleep : 1. Did you sleep well? Yes, 2. How many hours did you sleep? 3. How many hours do you normally sleep? 4. Did you sleep at the farm last weekend? Yes,

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