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1. Rewrite each sentence. Write the future-tense verbs in the past tense. Write the past-tense verbs in the future tense.

-The storm caused a lot of damage.
-We will check the yard after the storm.
-The heavy rain ruined my vegetable garden.
-Our neighbors’ garage collapsed!
-They will report this to their insurance company.

2. Rewrite this present-tense paragraph in the past tense.

Sama is a good reader. Over the summer, she goes to the library every
day. Sama chooses a new book each time. Then she begins to read. By the end of the summer, she knows a lot about many different things.

3. Write a sentence to answer each question. Use the past-tense form of the verb you see in the question. The answer can be personalized about you:

-When did you go to bed last night?
-What kind of shoes did you wear yesterday?
-When did you begin your homework?
-What did you see on your way to school today?
-What did you think of the book?

4. Choose the word in parentheses and complete the sentence correctly:

(It’s, Its) time to stop for water.
(They’re, Their) shoes are dry and dusty.
I count (four, for) coyotes.
The pack mules (no, know) which trail to follow.
(Your, You’re) taking some great pictures.
They plan to hike tomorrow, (to, too).

5. Replace the underlined word or words with pronouns:

-The cat picked up the kittens and carried the kittens.
-The jar of peaches fell, but the jar of peaches did not break.
-William asked Janine if Janine would rake the lawn.
-The vet asked the owners if the owners had any questions.
-When the boy saw the horse, the boy was happy.

6. Rewrite each phrase, using the correct form of possesion:

-the paddle of the boy
-the water of the campers
-the canoe belonging to my aunt
-the leaves of the trees
-the nest of the birds
-the cabin belonging to my grandfather
-the backpack of my sister
-the dog of the girls
-the hose of the firefighter

7. Rewrite each sentence, using the correct form of the verb in parentheses ( ).

-Mango trees in the orchard. (grow, past tense)
-The leaves reddish. (look, past tense)
-Each mango fruit a single seed. (contain, past tense)
-Mango flowers in the spring or summer. (appear, future tense)
-The fruit about one pound. (weigh, future tense)

8. Find the mistaken verbs and rewrite the text correctly:

I am so excited! Today I leaves on a trip to Taos, New Mexico! Carla say. Dad reply, we should be there in an hour.
Mom point to the mountains in the distance. She say, stop the car so we can takes some pictures.

Carla remark, I see a strange bird.
Dad explain, the bird is a roadrunner.
Carla watch the speedy bird. It pass close enough to see its feathers.

Now copy and answer the questions:

Near the end of the story Icarus’s wings fell apart. Why did this happen?

Which –ing words on page 10 help you imagine the flying?

If you were Icarus, would you have remembered your father’s warning? Why or why not?

1. Rewrite the following paragraph, inserting pronouns where they could replace nouns: 

Sian and Chloe went to visit their grandma. Their grandma lived in an old house by the seaside, covered in ivy and with a broken front door that could not be locked well. Coming to the front window, the girls knocked on the front window when they saw grandma through the glass. When grandma saw the girls grandma was thrilled and ran outside to hug the girls. Grandma had not seen Sian and Chloe for a long time and grandma asked if the girls would stay a while to help fix up the house and give the house a good clean. 

2. Write an appropiate question to each of these answers:

a) There are approximately 250 children.
b) We went to Europe for two weeks and had a weekend in Scotland.
c) Turn right at the end of the road, then go straight to the post office.



18 comentarios:

Maria k. s. said...

I don't understand what we have to do in the sunset square of MY WEATHER REPORT

Anonymous said...

David, can you put the presentation you put us in class?

ERIKA 5-C said...

And found this that may help you:

Anonymous said...

I find this :

Anonymous said...

tambien e encontrado esto que me ha servido mucho porque en el video no salia el clima continental:


David Sebastián said...

Thank you Erika for the links provided! We really appreciate it!

David Sebastián said...

Both slide presentations I put on to you in class are at Home page. Click on the tab where HOME is read, the presentations are right there in the first post. Don't forget to click on READ MORE to see everything in the section.

Anonymous said...

David I do not understand the exercise 4 and 5

Lucia Vicente said...

It is very beautifull the story of Pele...I like a lot!!

Anonymous said...

Pele Was the Best futboll player in the story

jorge 5ºC said...

the history of the sunflowers is very beutifull

Anonymous said...

se ve mejor aquí:

Anonymous said...

Pues en el libro, cundo les tocara mates yo les recomendaría esto:

Erika 5-C said...

David, el libro de sunflower no se me abria directamente, lo pude ver pero metiéndome en la pagina que este alumno comentó.
Anonymous said...
se ve mejor aquí:

Erika said...

David,we must study this:
The roots absorb water and minerals from the soil.
2.Xylem cells transport this mixture of water and minerals, called raw sap, through the stem to the leaves.
3.Leaves absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) through their stomata. In certain parts of plant cells called chloroplasts, chlorophyll collects solar energy to transform water, minerals and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen (O2).
4.Phloem cells carry the glucose, the plants’ food, through the stem to all the parts of the plant


*Animals (humans) release carbon dioxide when they breathe out
*The plant takes in carbon dioxide from the atmosphere for photosyntesis
*The sun gives plant energy it needs for the photosyntesis process
*Water gives the plant energy it needs for photosyntesis
*Ones photosyntesis is complete the plant releases

Anonymous said...

Of the carácter I found this

Anonymous said...

the shark of the rock pool is very scary

jorge aragón

Lucia Vicente said...

Hello!!One question David, we have to write the text of the second exercise?