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1 ENGLISH FIFTH SEMESTER 5th STUDY GUIDE, JUNE st, 2nd & 3rd MIDDLE SCHOOL YELLOW TEACHER: Norma Acosta CORRECT GRADE 5 June/ /14 NAME BIMESTER GROUP DATE GRAMMAR (Verbs) Choose the correct verb to complete each sentence. 1. Fabiola (eat, ate) cookies. Then I (drink, drank) milk last night. 2. Carlos (will run, ran) 2 kilometers. Then he (will go, went) to Vallarta next weekend. 3. It was (raining, rains) a lot last night. 4. She is (performed, performing) beautiful. 5. He (is, was) a very good person. He (is, was) very sensible every day. 6. Mike (writes, wrote) on the exam. 7. Andrea (knows, knew) the material very good. She always (treats, treat) us good. GRAMMAR (Adjectives) Write 10 adjectives that describe the boys

2 GRAMMAR (Adjectives) Write sentences using the adjectives you used in the previous exercise Grammar (antonyms and synonyms) Underline the adjective and rewrite each sentence using an antonym. Example: Those kids are beautiful. Those kids are horrible. 1. He walked very slowly in the park The girls opened the window She smiled a lot to the new boys They were talking very loud that day.

3 4. 5. The man decided to wait a long time for his wife to finish shopping at the store He walked quickly through the crowded streets The song was short Mike was driving fast after leaving the bar. 8. D. Grammar (Synonyms) Write a synonym for each of the following words. 1. Thin 6. Heavy 2. Overweight 7. Angry 3. Horrible 8. Many 4. Young 9. Rich 5. Hard 10. Strong

4 GRAMMAR (Simple Past Tense) Change the following sentences into simple past. 1. She comes to school by car. 2. He writes all the answers in his notebook. 3. He buys a ticket for the concert every summer. 4. She is a very good student and gets very good grades. 5. They love to come to London on weekends. Read the sentence then write the same sentence a negative and b in a question form. Ex. He had a big dinner last night. a) He didn t have a big dinner last night. (NEGATIVE) b) Did he have a big dinner last night? (QUESTION) 1. We saw an excellent movie last night. a. b. 2. He gave me 50 dollars as a birthday gift. a. b. 3. I heard about your next trip to Italy next vacation. a. b. 3. We walked all the way from school to Jerry s house. a. b.

5 Write the PLURAL form of the following words. Keep an eye on irregular plurals and always-singular words. 1. Cheese 2. Show 3. Goose 4. Ox 5. Child 6. Store 7. Kid 8. Woman 9. Church 10. Mouse 11. House 12. Candy 13. Boy 14. Knife 15. City Complete the missing pronouns. Subject I Object HER IT YOU

6 VERBS: Use a verb from the word bank to complete each sentence. Make sure you use the right tense and auxiliary if necessary (present, past, future, etc.) Ring Celebrate Speak Stand Take Be Throw Design Go Make Announce Write Play Clear Listen See 1. Next month, my parents their 39 th anniversary. 2. Listen! Is the phone? 3. She the movie because she was sick. (Negative) 4. Arthur and Mike at a party last night. 5. Everyday Sam to school from 7:00 to 2: The President a new law later this afternoon. 7. Henry Ford great vehicles. 8. My mom music lessons twice a week. AUXILIARIES: Write a question with its answer using each of the following auxiliaries. DO NOT use short answers! Do Q. Does Q. Did Q.

7 Will Q. Can Q. Should Q. TENSES (grammar): write the tense of the following sentences. 1. Jordan makes fancy clothes for teens. 2. People shouldn t leave bicycles in the driveway. 3. The students will finish the course by July. 4. My sisters were cooking dinner when I arrived home. 5. Monica can speak Japanese in the meeting. 6. I ate pizza yesterday.

8 Write the missing information. VERB TO BE PRONOUN PRESENT PAST FUTURE I YOU HE SHE IT WE YOU THEY Vocabulary: Study the vocabulary from all of the Spelling lists. Book 4 and 5. Write an essay about your favorite movie.

9 Look for the following words. Notebook r g d d z t w k y u r g r j u h e v r s r o u r n u a p k y o h s h e o b e q i l b q n e a v i a b h h b t f e l a i z k r e e r t t c h o r o w p s t o t r o e s a n r x o o t z r o o m a o n i f m o h l v z n v a b f l m n s d r c l o a l i c n e p l p v t n s e y i f a t h e r l d y t e a y v w n b b v t g c c a d z r r b r g j h r e h t o m d n a r g u z t r i k s c z d q r o n b o b r o t h e r a j c w m p e n c v a k s a l h w n q u b l l book pen pencil school bag eraser ruler yellow brown pink brown mother father brother sister grandmother grandfather overall uniform skirt t-shirt coat

10 Write the verbs on the correct line. Use the verbs from the box. Eat write drink see smile speak read swim Look at the following verbs:

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