miércoles, 2 de enero de 2019

Tarea resuelta de INGLÉS 3 Octubre 2018- Febrero 2019

1. Actividad de Aprendizaje:
Aplicar y demostrar el conocimiento de reglas gramaticales de los siguientes
temas: Past with while and when; pronouns one and ones; object pronouns:
me, you, him, her, it, us, them; modals should and could; colocations with get
and take; separable phrasal verbs; present continuous; past continuous; first
conditional, y analizar lecturas en las actividades planteadas en esta tarea.
2. Tema de la tarea:
Aplicación de reglas gramaticales, conocimiento de vocabulario y análisis de
3. Competencias a la que aporta la actividad:
Comprender y demostrar el conocimiento de estructuras gramaticales a
nivel intermedio en: Textos, revistas, catálogos, párrafos y lecturas.
Reconocer vocabulario común.
Analizar e identificar información específica en lecturas.
4. Orientaciones metodológicas (estrategias de trabajo):
a. Revise la guía didáctica, desde la unidad 1 hasta la unidad 5
b. Revise las explicación de los diferentes temas gramaticales,
c. Desarrolle los ejercicios y actividades planteados.
d. Revise y desarrolle las actividades sugeridas en su texto básico Ventures
3 (2nd edition), y workbook desde la Unidad 1 hasta la unidad 5.
e. Revise y responda cada pregunta de esta tarea
f. Suba las respuestas de las actividades desarrolladas en el EVA+.
g. Ponga atención a las fechas de envió de la tarea.

h. Guarde en su archivo personal el desarrollo de las actividades.
i. Revise las actividades desarrolladas como práctica y preparación para
evaluación presencial.
5. Resuelva el siguiente cuestionario sobre la actividad planteada:
5.1. Complete the sentences with WHILE or WHEN
1. ……..I buy the bread, you can go to the butcher’s.
2. I was in the shop ………..someone stole my bag.
3. We were complaining about the weather ………. the sun bro
through the clouds.
4. ………. we were waiting, we were doing crossword puzzles.
5. Where are my friends ………..I most need them?
6. Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (0.5).
WHEN and WHILE are used to talk about two things that are happening at t
same time.
WHILE: Is usually used when there are two long actions.
WHEN: Is usually used if one action is long and the other is short.
5.2. Choose ONE or ONES to complete the sentences
1. Ann’s wedding party was a long and happy……..
2. These are the new machines. What happened to the old……..
3. This pink dress is brighter than the brown…………
4. Are these your shoes? No, the black ………..are mine.
5. This is my friend Pete, and the other………..is his brother
6. Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (0.5).
Pronouns: one / ones
one (singular) and ones (plural) to avoid unnecessary repetition.
We often use them after Which ... in questions:

5.3. Choose the correct object pronoun to replace the underline word.
1. My father is writing a letter to John.
Me her him
2. Can you help my sister and me, please?
Her me us
3. Open the window, please.
It them us
4. The teacher always gives the students homework.
Me them you
5. I am reading the book to my little sister.
Her us him
6. Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (0.5).
An object pronoun is a type of personal pronoun which is usually used to replace
the subject of a sentence
For each personal pronoun there is an object pronoun. These are the seven
basic object pronouns
Personal pronouns Object pronouns
I Me
You You (for singular and plural)
He Him
She Her
It It
We Us
They Them

5.4. Fill in the gaps with the correct word: COULD, COULDN’T, SHOULD,
1. Mary’s grandfather ……… play chess and he was the best!
A could B should C couldn’t D shouldn’t
2. Peter ……… play tennis last Monday. He had broken his arm!
A could B should C couldn’t D shouldn’t
3. ……… I buy the dress or the skirt?
A could B should C couldn’t D shouldn’t
4. People ………… fast in the town centre.
A could B should C couldn’t D shouldn’t
5. If I……. only turn back time.
A could B should C couldn’t D shouldn’t
6. Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (0.5)
Expresses an idea or an option without imposing one’s judgment of what
is “right” to do.
Is often used for offering ideas as possible solutions.
Is a good choice for offering ideas to someone else who will be the
decision maker
Expresses one’s opinion on an action to take: advice, a strong suggestion.
It is more commonly used for peer to peer (same rank or authority) advice
or with family.

5.5. Complete the sentence with the words given
take takes took get getting
1. He often ………….. his sister to her aunt’s.
2. “Did you go to John’s party?”
“Yes. I ………….a friend and we really enjoyed it.”
3. I am……….lofts of emails every day.
4. You go and find a place to sit, and I’ll ……. the drinks.
5. Don’t forget to ……….your passport with you when you go on
6. Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (0.5).
Is a general term applicable to any manner of getting something into
one’s possession or control.
Implies that you may take something from another person who may give
the object
Is to receive, gain or obtain something.
Means that something was voluntarily given to you.
5.6. Choose the correct sentence (phrasal verbs).
1. mixed / We /up / the /numbers
A. We numbers mixed the up
B. We mixed the numbers up
C. We the mixed up numbers

2. Henry / Jenny / out /asked
A. Henry Jenny asked out
B. Jenny out asked Henry
C. Henry asked Jenny out
3. debt /paid /He /back /the
A. He paid the debt back
B. He the debt paid back
C. He back paid the debt
4. She / switched / off / light /the
A. She the light switched off
B. She off switched the light
C. She switched the light off
5. your / homework / Hand / in /on /time
A. on time Hand your homework in
B. Hand your homework in on time
C. Hand your in homework on time
Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (0.5).
A phrasal verb is a verb combined with a preposition or adverb (or both) that
means something different from each of the words that make up the verb.
There are two types of phrasal verbs: Separable and inseparable
Ban be broken up by other words,
It is possible to insert other words into the middle of these phrasal verbs.
i.e. turn it down show her around.

5.7. Choose the correct form of the verb to complete the sentences (First

1. I ………..(be) very upset if you …………../not /go) to the party.
A. will be / doesn’t goes
B. will be / don’t go
C. am / don’t go
2. If you …………(not/study), you ………….(do) well on your test
A. study / won’t do
B. won’t study / will do
C. don’t study / won’t do well
3. The teacher ………….. (come) early if you………..(want).
A. will come / want
B. will comes / want
C. will came / wants
4. We ………. (have) a picnic if the weather……..(improve).
A. will have /improves
B. have / will improve
C. will has /improve
5. You ……………(be able/ not) to sleep if you………….. (watch)
this scary film.
A. aren’t able / will watch
B. won’t be able / watch
C. will be able / watch
6. Criterio de Evaluación:
Se calificara los aciertos de cada ítem con un valor de 0.1. Total (1).

The first conditional has the present simple after ‘if’, then the future simple in
the other clause:
if + present simple, ... will + infinitive
It’s used to talk about things which might happen in the future. Of course, we
can’t know what will happen in the future, but this describes possible things,
which could easily come true.
5.8. Read the text and put the story in the correct order.
Other people who prefer to believe in a
scientific explanation have suggested
that electrical forces in the atmosphere
caused this and other incidents.
Suddenly, a strange light seemed
to be on top of the car, sucking it up
off the road before dropping it down
Meanwhile, a local lorry driver
following the same route as Mrs.
Knowles confirmed that he has also
seen the strange light in the distance.
In a state of shock, they drove to the
nearest town and reported the incident
to the police.
Thinking that the woman must have
been so tired that she was dreaming,
the police gave her a cup of tea hoping
to calm her down.
Finally, the police agreed to inspect
the car and when they did, they saw
the dust, smelt the smell and also
noticed some small dents in the roof
of the car.
Feeling terrified and out of control, the
family noticed a black powder seeping
inside their car and smelt a horrible
This story was quickly taken up by
some people as proof of the presence
of aliens on earth.
When she saw a light flashing on the
road ahead, she slowed down thinking
that it was a traffic signal
Mrs. Knowles and her three sons
were driving from Perth to Adelaide in
the early hours one morning in 1988.
1 ……… 2 ……….. 3 ……….. 4 ……….. 5 ………..
6 ……….. 7 ……….. 8 ……….. 9 ……….. 10 ………..