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    Temario de Inglés y Ejercicios Complementarios

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    14. Test 14

    14.1. Is your husband at home? ¿Está su marido en casa?

    14.2. The car is beside the tree. El coche está al lado del árbol.

    14.3. If you are facing me, I am opposite to you. Si usted me afrenta, yo estoy contra usted.

    14.4. Let´s go to the beach next Friday. Vayamos a la playa el próximo viernes.

    14.5. You are not very good at speaking French. Usted no es muy bueno hablando inglés.

    14.6. How do you do go to work, by bus or on foot? ¿Cómo vas a trabajar, en autobús o a pie?

    14.7. I am afraid of cats. Tengo miedo a los gatos.

    14.8. The plane arrives in Madrid at 22:00 and the train arrives at the station at 16:00. El avión llega a Madrid a las 22.00 y el tren llega a la estación a las 16:00.

    14.9. I´ll phone you on Sunday morning at 10 o´clock. Te llamaré el domingo por la mañana a las 10 en punto.

    14.10. I usually see her at Christmas and in summer for a few days. Generalmente la veo pr Navidades y en verano unos cuantos días.

    14.11. I live in a small village on the south coast of Spain. Me gusta un pequeño pueblo de la costa sur de España.

    14.12. I don´t know the cause of the fire in the museum. No sé la causa del fuego en el museo.

    14.13. Your attitude to my parents has changed a lot. Tu actitud con mis padres ha cambiado mucho.

    14.14. Have you read any books by Shakespeare? ¿Has leído algunos libros de Shakespere?

    14.15. I am fed up with doing the same thing every day. Estoy harto de hacer la misma cosa todos los días.

    14.16. I am tired of waiting, let´s go! ¡Estoy cansado de esperar, vayámonos!

    14.17. This book is full of mistakes. Este libro está lleno de errores.

    14.18. This bag belongs to me. Este bolso me pertenece a mí.

    14.19. Why don´t you apply for that interesting job? ¿Por qué no solicitas ese interesante trabajo?

    14.20. Do you believe in God? ¿Crees en Dios?

    14.21. He accused me of something I didn´t do. Él me acusó de algo que no hice.

    14.22. Why are you laughing at me? ¿Por qué estás riéndote de mí?

    14.23. You can rely on me. Puedes confiar en mí.

    14.24. I live on my salary. Vivo de mi salario.

    14.25. I congratulated him on passing his exam. Le felicité por pasar su exámen.

    14.26. How much money did you spend on your holiday?. ¿Cuánto dinero gastaste en tus vacaciones?

    14.27. My mother-in-law looks after my children when I am working. Mi suegra cuidó de mis niños cuando yo estaba trabajando.

    14.28. Mary put on her coat and left the room. Mary se puso el abrigo y salió de la habitación.

    14.29. I never expected you turned up at the party, I thought you were away. Nunca esperé que aparecieses en la fiesta, pensé que estabas fuera.

    14.30. I have run out of sugar. Ask the neighbour to lend us some. Me he quedado sin azúcar. Pídele al vecino que nos preste alguna.

    14.31. She is such an irritating woman. I don´t know how you can put up with her. Ella es una mujer tan irritante. No sé cómo puedes presentarte con ella.

    14.32. I am late because my car broke down on my way here. Llego tarde porque mi coche se rompió viniendo hacia aquí.

    14.33. The price of food will go up next summer. El precio de la comida subirá el próximo verano.

    14.34. He is always making up stories for the children. Él siempre está creando historias para los niños.

    14.35. I have given up smoking several times. He dejado de fumar varias veces.

    14.36. He went on working until two in the morning. Él continuo trabajando hast alas dos de la mañana.

    14.37. I want my children to be brought up in Granada. Quiero que mis niños se críen en Granada.

    14.38. A bus ran a boy over. Un autobús atropelló a un muchacho.

    14.39. Your decision can´t be put off any longer. Tu decisión no puede ser aplazada por más tiempo.

    14.40. The baby stayed quietly there all the afternoon. El bebé se quedó allí silencioso toda la tarde.

    14.41. I have never been to Paris. No he visto nunca París.

    14.42. Which adverb is incorrect? Carefuly

    14.43. Yesterday it was raining hard all the day. Ayer estuvo lloviendo mucho todo el día.

    14.44. Which of these words is not an “adverb”? lovely encantador

    14.45. Your exam was very good Tu exámen fué muy bueno.

    14.46. She speaks French perfectly. Ella habla ingles perfectamente.

    14.47. Have ever you been to Italy?. ¿Has estado alguna vez en Italia?

    14.48. You work harder than most of your sisters. Tú trabajas más que la mayoría de tus hermanas.

    14.49. You should go to bed earlier. Podrías acostarte más temprano.

    14.50. Which is the comparative form of “badly”? worse

    15. Test 15

    15.1. She has just done the ironing. Ella acaba de planchar.

    15.2. Do me a favour, don´t make a phone call from this phone. Hazme un favour, no hagas llamadas desde este teléfono.

    15.3. What intelligent boys they are! ¡Qué niños tan inteligentes!

    15.4. I like your mother, she is such a nice woman. Me gusta tu madre, es una mujer tan agradable.

    15.5. Mary dresses like a pop star, but she isn´t. Mary se viste como una estrella pop, pero no lo es.

    15.6. In spite of all his studies, he didn´t get the job. A pesar de todos sus estudios, él no encontró trabajo.

    15.7. Mary has found a job as shop assistant. Mary ha encontrado trabajo como dependienta.

    15.8. John´s house is quite clean but rather untidy. La casa de John está completamente limpia pero bastante desordenada.

    15.9. I went to the shop to buy some bread. Fuí a la tienda a comprar pan.

    15.10. What´s the meaning of “just” in this sentence? “She has just arrived”: acabar de

    15.11. She also plays piano. Ella también toca el piano.

    15.12. What a beautiful person she is! ¡Es una bella persona (ella)!

    16. Tests 16

    16.1. I went to the hairdresser to have my hair cut. Fui al peluquero a cortarme el pelo.

    16.2. This sort of books can be bought everywhere. Esta clase de libros puede ser comprada en cualquier parte.

    16.3. The earth was believed to be flat. Se creía que la Tierra era llana.

    16.4. Somebody has washed my clothes. My clothes have been washed. Alguien ha lavado mi ropa. Mi ropa ha sido lavada.

    16.5. A new cinema is being built in our town this year. Un Nuevo cine se está empezando a construer en nuestro pueblo este año.

    16.6. I have been given a present for my birthday. Me han dado un regalo por mi cumpleaños.

    16.7. John must not leave the bike there. The bike musn´t be left there. John no debe dejar la moto allí. La moto no debe dejarase alli.

    16.8. Someone paid the girls 800 pounds. The girls were paid 800 pounds. Alguien pagó a las muchachas 800 libras. A las muchachas les pagaron 800 libras.

    16.9. They didn´t offered John the job. John wasn´t offered the job. No le ofrecieron a John el trabajo. A John no le ofrecieron el trabajo.

    16.10. Which is the active form of “The room was being cleaned when I arrived”: Somebody was cleaning the room when I arrived. El cuarto estaba siendo limpiado cuando llegué. Alguien estaba limpiando el cuarto cuando llegué”

    17. Test 17

    17.1. If I had enough money, I would lend you some. Si yo tuviese suficiente dinero, podría prestarte algo.

    17.2. If it had not been raining, we would have gone shopping. Si no hubiese estado lloviendo podríamos haber ido de compras.

    17.3. If I were you, I wouldn´t wait for him. Si yo fuese tú, no le esperaría.

    17.4. If Mary phones, tell her I am out. Si Mary telefonea dile que he salido.

    17.5. I won´t do it unless he comes. No lo hare a menos que él venga.

    17.6. Mary won´t go out this evening if her mother doesn´t arrive on time. Mary no saldrá esta tarde si su madre no llega a tiempo.

    17.7. If he likes the house, will he buy it? Si a él le gusta la casa, ¿la comprará?

    17.8. What would you do if you won a big prize? ¿Qué harías si ganases un gran premio?

    17.9. I had no map; that´s why I got lost. If I had had it I would have been all right. Yo no tenía ningún mapa; pore so me perdí. Si lo hubiese tenido, habría estado perfecto.

    17.10. Ice turns to water if you heat it. El hielo se vuelve agua si lo clientas.

    17.11. Had he studied, he would have been able to pass the exam. Si él hubiese estudiado, habría sido capaz de superar el exámen.

    17.12. It would be better if we had some more time. Sería mejor si tuviésemos algún tiempo más.

    18. Tests 18

    18.1. I am looking forward to going to the beach. Tengo ganas de ir a la playa.

    18.2. I don´t mind staying here with you next weekend. No me importa quedarme aquí contigo el próximo fin de semana.

    18.3. I don´t know that word. Can you explain this word to me? Yo no sé esa palabra. ¿Puedes explicármela a mi?

    18.4. Please, Stop interrupting me when I am speaking. Por favor, cesa de interrumpir cuando hablo.

    18.5. He can´t get used to living here. Él no puede acostumbrarse a vivir aqui.

    18.6. My mother made me do the washing up. Mi madre me hizo hacer el lavado.

    18.7. Mary promised to phone at once. Mary prometió telefonear inmediatamente.

    18.8. I want you to come to my party. Quiero que vengas a mi fiesta.

    18.9. I would prefer to go swimming rather than go shopping. Preferiría ir a nadir antes que ir de compras.

    18.10. I clearly remember locking the door before I left. Recuerdo claramente que cerré la puerta antes de salir.

    18.11. Please stop to talk and let me speak. Por favor para de hablar y déjame hablar a mi.

    18.12. You had better take off your coat, it´s very hot. Harías mejor si te quitases el abrigo, es muy caluroso.

    19. Test 19

    19.1. “Do you have an appointment?” said the secretary. The secretary asked if I had an appointment. “¿Tienes alguna cita?” dijo la secretaria. La secretaria me preguntó si tenía alguna cita.

    19.2. “I am married” she said. She said that she was married. “Estoy casada” dijo ella. Ella dijo que estaba casada.

    19.3. “Close the window!” I said to Mary. I told Mary to close the window. “¡Cierra la ventana! le dije a Mary. Yo le dije a Mary que cerrase la ventana.

    19.4. “How old is he?” He said. He asked how old he was. “¿Qué edad tiene ella?, dijo él. Él preguntó qué edad tenía ella.

    19.5. “The train will come at 5 o´clock” He said. He said the train would come at 5 o´clock. “El tren llegará a las 5 en punto” dijo él. Él dijo que que tren llegaría a las 5 en punto.

    19.6. “Don´t move!” I said to the boy. I told the baby not to move. “¡No te muevas!” le dije al niño. Yo le dije al niño que no se moviese.

    19.7. “Has she got married or not?” She asked. She asked whether she had got married or not. “¿Se ha casado ella o no?” preguntó ella. Ella preguntó si ella se había casado o no.

    19.8. She told me to look where I was going. “Look where you are going” She said to me. Ella me habló para saber dónde iba yo. “Mira dónde vas” me dijo ella.

    19.9. I asked him if he had enjoyed house-hunting. Did you enjoy house-hunting? I asked him. Le pregunté si había disfrutado buscando casa. ¿Disfrutaste buscando casa? Le pregunté.

    19.10. “I was here a year ago” He said. He said that he had been there a year before. “Yo estuve allí hace un año” dijo él. Él dijo que había estado allí un año ántes.

    20. Tests 20

    20.1. Mary whose brother came yesterday, has phoned. Mary cuyo hermano vino ayer, ha telefoneado.

    20.2. I know a man who has got a piano. Conozco a un hombre que tiene un piano.

    20.3. I will never forget the village where I was born. Nunca olvidaré el pueblo donde nací.

    20.4. He has got two brothers, both of whom live with him. Él tiene dos hermanos, ambos viven con él.

    20.5. The people we met were very nice. La gente que encontramos era muy agradable.

    20.6. I found my suitcase, which made me very happy. Encontré mi maleta, lo que me hizo muy feliz.

    20.7. Yesterday I met Mary, who told me she was getting married. Ayer me encontré con Mary, quien me dijo que se iba a casar.

    20.8. My sister, who you once met, is coming tomorrow. Mi hermana, la que te encontraste una vez, viene mañana.

    20.9. They have three cars, two of which they never use. Tienen tres coches, dos de los cuales no usan nunca.

    20.10. I passed my driving test, which surprised everybody. Pasé mi test de conducer, lo que sorprendió a todos.

    20.11. The woman who came last night was my sister-in-law. La mujer que vino anoche era mi cuñada.

    20.12. Chopin was a famous composer. He lived for some time in Spain. Chopin, who was a famous composer, lived for some time in Spain. Chopin fue un famoso compositor. Vivió algún tiempo en España. Chopin, que era un famoso compositor, vivió algún tiempo en España,

    21. Tests 21

    21.1. Which number is correct? Fifty-one. 51

    21.2. How do you say “14” in English?. Fourteen 14

    21.3. Which ordinal is correct?. Second segundo

    21.4. Which ordinal is incorrect?. Eightth

    21.5. How do you say “décimo segundo” in English?. Twelfth

    21.6. It´s 10:50. It´s ten to eleven

    21.7. It´s 22:05. It´s twenty-two o five

    21.8. What date is it? It is August the fourth

    21.9. Which word is not a nationality?. Greece

    21.10. How do you do? How do you do?

    21.11. How old are you?. I am fifteen. ¿Que edad tienes? Tengo 15 sños.
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    Re: Temario de Inglés y Ejercicios Complementarios

    Mensaje por Gustavo el Vie Ene 02, 2009 12:15 am

    BERT 1

    CHAPTER ONE

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    a / an un / una about Ver What about American americano/a
    and y Answer! ¡Conteste! Brazil Brasil
    Brazilian brasileño/a British británico/a Canada Canadá
    Canadian canadiense a cassette un cassette a city una ciudad
    a country un país a dog un perro eight ocho
    England Inglaterra English inglés/inglesa an example un ejemplo
    an exercise un ejercicio five cinco four cuatro
    France Francia French francés/francesa From: He´s from Paris Es de París
    German Alemán/alemana Germany Alemania Great Britain Gran Bretaña
    He (´s) Él (está/es) How do you do! ¡Mucho gusto en conocerle! /¡Encantado! In: London is in England En: Londres está en Inglaterra
    Is Es/está It(´s) (éste/ésta) es / está Italian italiano/a
    Japan Japón Japanese japonés/japonesa Listen! ¡Escuche!
    a map un mapa Mexican mexicano/a Mexico México
    Miss: Miss López Señorita: la señorita López Mr Señor Mrs Señora
    nationality nacionalidad nine nueve no no
    not no numbers 0-10 los números 0-10 a person una persona
    a picture un cuadro a river un río seven siete
    She(´s) Ella (está/es) six seis Spain España
    Spanish español/a a telephone un teléfono ten diez
    this éste/ésta three tres too también
    two dos a typewriter una máquina de escribir United States Estados Unidos
    Venezuela Venezuela Venezuelan venezolano/a very good! ¡muy bien!
    what(´s) ¿qué es? what is it? ¿qué es? What about …? ¿Y ……?
    what nationality…? ¿de qué nacionalidad ……? what country / city …..? ¿qué país / ciudad ….? what´s this? ¿qué es esto?
    where(´s) ¿dónde está? who(´s) ¿quién es? yes sí
    zero cero

    HOW DO YOU DO? ¡Mucho gusto en conocerle! / ¡Encantado!
    Miss López, this is Mr Duval Srta López, (éste) es el Sr. Duval
    How do you do, Mr Duval. Mucho gusto, Sr. Duval
    This is Mr (Mrs, Miss) Duval. (Éste) es el Sr. (la Sra., la Srta.) Duval.
    Is this Mr Duval? Yes, it is. It´s Mr Duval ¿Es (éste) el Sr. Duval?. Sí, es él. Es el Sr. Duval.
    No, it´s not. It´s not Mr Duval No, no es él. No es el Sr. Duval.
    WHO´S THIS? (Contracción de Who is?) ¿Quién es (éste)?
    Se usa this la primera vez que se hace referencia a algo o a alguien; después se emplea it.
    Is this Mr Morgan? Is this it Mr Tanaka? Who is it?
    A diferencia del castellano, en inglés DEBE SIEMPRE INDICARSE EL SUJETO.
    Listen! ¡Escuche!
    Answer! ¡Conteste!
    WHAT´S IT? (Contracción de What is it?) ¿Qué es esto?
    He´s from London Él es de Londres.
    What city is Mr Morgan from? ¿De qué ciudad es Mr Morgan?

    Miss López, this is Mr. Duval
    - How do you do, Mr Duval?
    - This is Mr Duval. Is this Mr. Duval? ____________________. It´s _____________
    - This is Miss López. Is this Mr. Duval? __________________. It´s _____________
    - This is Mrs Morgan. Is this Miss López? ___________________.
    - Is it Mr Duval or Mrs Morgan? ___________________________.
    - This is Mss Santos. Is this Mr. Morgan? ________________. Is it Mr. Tanaka? _______________
    - This is Mr. Tanaka. Is this Miss Santos? ________________. Is it Mr. Duval? ________________
    - Who is it? __________________
    - Who´s it? (Mr Duval) ___________________
    - This is Mr. Morgan. Is this Mr. Duval? ______________________
    - Is it Mr. Morgan? _______________
    - This is Mrs Morgan. Is this Mrs Schulz? _________________ Is it Miss Santos? ________________
    - Who is it? ___________________ Is this Mr. Morgan or Mr Duval? ________________________
    - Is it Miss López? (Yes) _______________; Is this Mr. Morgan? (No) ______________________
    - Is this Miss Santos? (no)__________________; Who is it? (Mrs. Schulz) ___________________
    - Is this Miss López? (No) _________________; Is it Miss Santos? (No) ______________________
    - Who is it? (Mrs Schulz) __________________; Who´s this (Mr. Duval) ______________________
    - This is a map. Is this a map? ________________________
    - This is a picture. Is this a map too? ___________________
    - This is a cassette. Is this a picture or a cassette? __________________________
    - A telephone. Is this map? _____________ Is it a picture? ____________ What is it? ____________
    - A typewrite. Is this a cassette? _____________. Is it a map? __________ What is it? _____________
    - A dog. And what´s it? __________________
    - Is this a typewriter? (yes) ____________. Is it a dog? __________. What is it? ________________
    - A map. Is this a map? _________________; A cassette. Is this a map or a cassette? _____________
    - A dog. Is it a dog? ___________. A picture. And what´s this? _______________________________
    - Is this Miss Santos? (No) __________________; Is it Miss López? (yes) _______________________
    - Mrs Morgan. Is this Mrs Duval? _______________; Is it Mrs Duval or Mrs Morgan? ______________
    - Miss Santos. And who´s this? __________________________
    - This is France. France is a country; This is Paris. Paris is a city; This is the Seine. The Seine is a river.
    - Is France a city? ___________________; Is it a river? _______________; What is it? ____________
    - Is the Seine a country? _____________; Is it a city? _______________; What´s it? _____________
    - The United Kingdom. Is this a country? _______________; Is it Germany? _____________________
    - What country is it? ____________________; Ireland. And what country is this? _________________
    - New York. Is it a country too? _____________________ ; Is it a country or a city? _______________
    - Is it Berlin? ______________; What city is it? __________; Paris. And what city is this? __________
    - This is New York. Is New York a city? _______________; Is Paris a city too? ____________________
    - Is France a city? _______________; What´s is France? _______________________
    - Is Paris a country or a city? ___________________; And what´s Berlin? ____________________
    - Is Paris in France? ______________; Is Tokyo in France too? ________________________________
    - Tokyo. Is it in Spain or in Japan? _________________; Germany. And where´s Berlin? ____________
    - Madrid. What city is in Spain? _______________; Canada. Is Toronto in the United States? __________
    - What country is Toronto in? _________________; Italy. And where´s Rome? _____________________
    - Is Paris a city? ______________; Is Paris in France? ___________; Is Madrid in France too? ________
    - Is Madrid in France or in Spain? ___________________; Is Berlin in Spain too? ___________________
    - Where´s Berlin? __________________; And where´s Rome? _________________________________
    - Is Caracas in the United States? ________________; Is it in the United States or in Venezuela? ______ _________________; And where´s Berlin? _____________; Is Paris in German too? ______________
    - Where´s it? ___________________; And where´s Tokyo? __________________
    - Is Toronto in Japan or in Canada? _______________; Is New York in Canada too? _________________
    - What country is New York in? _____________________; And where´s London? ___________________
    - Is Rome in Spain? ________________; Where is it? ___________________
    - Brazilia ____ a ___________ in Brazil; The Missisipi ___ a __________ in ___________________
    - Madrid _____ ___ ____________ in _________________
    - __________________ is ______ city ________ Japan
    - The Po ______________________________________________-
    - This is Mr. Morgan. Mr. Morgan is English. He´s English
    - This is Mrs Morgan. Mrs Morgan is English too. She´s English
    - Is Mr. Morgan English? _____________. Is Mr. Duval English too? (No) ____________________
    - Is he German? (No) _______________; France. What nationality is Mr. Duval? ___________________
    - Japan. Is Mr. Tanaka Brazilian or Japanese? _________________
    - Is Mrs Morgan English? ____________________; Is Mrs. Duval English too? _____________________
    - Is she German? ________; What nationality is Mrs Duval? ___________________________
    - Venezuela. And what about Miss López? ___________________
    - This is Mr. Morgan. Is Mr. Morgan English? ____________; Is Mr. Tanaka English too? ______________
    - Is he English or Japanese? __________________; Is Mrs Morgan Japanese too? __________________
    - What nationality is she? ____________________; And what about Mr Duval? ____________________
    - Is Tokyo a city? ______________; Is it a Japanese city? ______________
    - Is Paris a Japanese city too? ___________________; What´s Paris? __________________________
    - Is Berlin a French city or a German city? __________________________
    - And what about London? ______________
    - This is Berlin. Is Berlin a German city? ______________; Is Paris a German city too? _______________
    - Is it a German city or a French city? _________________; And what about Tokyo? ________________
    - Mr. Morgan is from London. Is Mr. Morgan from Cambridge? _____________. Is he from Oxford or London? ________________; And what about Mrs Morgan? What nationality is she? _______________
    - Where´s she from? ___________________; What city is Mr Tanaka from? _______________________
    - It´s Mrs Morgan. Is Mr Morgan English? ______________. Is she from Oxford? ___________________
    - Where´s she from? _________________; Is Mr Tanaka from London too? _______________________
    - What city is he from? _________________________
    - Is Mrs Schulz from Rome? (No) ____________________; Is she from Paris or Berlin? ______________
    - What city is Mr Morgan from? __________________; Who´s from Paris, Mr Tanaka or Mr Duval? _____ ___________________
    - Is Mr Tanaka from New York or Tokyo? _____________


    Cuestions with Who?, What?, What city?, What country?, What nationality?
    - It´s Mr Duval: Who is it?
    - He´s French: _____________________
    - He´s from Paris: ________________________
    - Paris is a city: _________________________
    - Berlin is in Germany: ____________________________
    - Mr Morgan is from London: ________________________
    - He´s English: ______________________________
    - Caracas is in Venezuela: ______________________________
    - Venezuela is a country: ______________________________
    - Miss López is from Caracas: _____________________________
    - She´s Venezuelan: _______________________________

    Tower Bridge. London. England.
    - Is this London? ___________________
    - Is London a city in the United States? _________________________
    - What is it? ________________________________________
    - Who´s from Paris? _____________________________
    - What city is Miss Santos from? __________________________
    - Is Rio de Janeiro a Brazilian city? ______________________
    - Is New York a Brazilian city too? _______________________; What is it? ______________________
    - Is Mr Morgan from London? ____________________; What city is Mr Morgan from? _______________
    - And what about Miss López? ___________________________
    - Where´s Caracas? ___________________________

    Mr Phillips: Mr Morgan, this is Mr Duval
    Mr Duval is French. He´s from Paris
    Mr Morgan: How do you do, Mr Duval
    Mr Phillips: And this is Mrs Dupont. Mrs Dupont is French too. She´s from Marseille
    Mr Morgan: How do you do, Mrs Dupont.


    REVIEW (Repaso)

    Listen! This is New York!
    Answer! Is New York a city? ____________________________________________________
    Is New York in the Unites States? ____________________________________________________
    Is London in the United States? ____________________________________________________
    Is London in England? ____________________________________________________

    London is a city in England! It´s an English city
    Paris is a city in France ____________________________________________________
    Berlin is a city in Germany ____________________________________________________
    Tokyo is a city in Japan ____________________________________________________
    Rio is a city in Brazil ____________________________________________________
    Madrid is a city in Spain ____________________________________________________
    Washington is a city in the United States ____________________________________________________

    Is Rome an American city too? ____________________________________________________
    What´s Rome? ____________________________________________________
    What about Berlin? ____________________________________________________

    Berlin is a German city. It´s a city in German
    Paris is a French city ____________________________________________________
    Tokyo is a Japanese city ____________________________________________________
    Caracas is a Venezuelan city ____________________________________________________
    Washington is an American city ____________________________________________________

    This is Tokyo, and this is Mr. Tanaka.
    Is Mr Tanaka in Japan? ____________________________________________________
    Is he in Osaka? ____________________________________________________
    Is he in Osaka or in Tokyo? ____________________________________________________

    Mr Tanaka is in Japan. He´s ________________________________________________
    Is Mr Suzuki Japanese too? (no) ____________________________________________________
    What about Mr Duval? Is he Japanese too? ____________________________________________________
    Is he Ja panese or French? ____________________________________________________
    Is Mr Schulz French too? ____________________________________________________
    What nationality is Mr Schulz? ____________________________________________________
    And what about Mr Morgan? ____________________________________________________

    And what about Mrs Morgan? Is she English too? ______________________________________________
    Is Mrs Duval German? ______________________________________________
    Is she American? ______________________________________________
    What nationality is Mrs Duval? ______________________________________________
    And what about Mrs Morgan? ______________________________________________

    Mrs Morgan is English. She is from London
    Is Mrs Duval from London too? ______________________________________________
    Where is she from? ______________________________________________
    Is Mr Phillips from Paris? (no) ______________________________________________
    Is Mr Phillip from Madrid or from New York? ______________________________________________
    What city is Mrs Phillips from? ______________________________________________
    And what about Mrs Morgan? ______________________________________________
    Is Mr Schulz from London too? ______________________________________________
    Is he from London or from Berlin? ______________________________________________

    Mr Schulz is from Berlin He´s German
    Mrs Duval is from Paris ______________________________________________
    Mr Tanaka is from Tokyo ______________________________________________
    Mrs Morgan is from London ______________________________________________
    Mr Phillips is from New York ______________________________________________

    Answer with he, she, or it!
    Is New York a country? ______________________________________________
    Is it a country or a city? ______________________________________________
    Is Mr Duval German? ______________________________________________
    What nationality is he? ______________________________________________
    And what about Mrs Duval? ______________________________________________
    Is France a country? ______________________________________________
    Is Mr Duval from France? ______________________________________________
    What country is Mr Morgan from? ______________________________________________
    And what about Mrs Morgan? ______________________________________________
    Very good!!!
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    Re: Temario de Inglés y Ejercicios Complementarios

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    BERT 2

    CHAPTER TWO

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    airport aeropuerto at the airport en el aeropuerto at the bus stop en la parada del autobús
    between entre bicycle bicicleta big grande
    the big … el / la … grande … black negro/a blue azul
    book libro brown marrón / café bus autobús
    calculator calculadora car coche / automóvil cassette player grabador / reproductor
    chair silla colour color Cuba Cuba
    desk escritorio door puerta eighteen dieciocho
    eleven once Excuse me! ¡Perdone! / ¡Disculpe! fifteen quince
    fourteen catorce garage garaje give me the… please! por favor, ¡déme el …!
    green verde grey gris here it is aquí está
    over here aquí here aquí in this picture en este grabado
    in the street en la calle in the garage en el garaje magazine revista
    newspaper periódico next to al lado de nineteen diecinueve
    number one número uno on encima de this / that one éste/ésta; ése/ésa
    which one? ¿cuál …? over there allí plane / airplane avión
    red rojo/a radio radio seventeen diecisiete
    ship barco sixteen dieciséis small pequeño
    station estación stop parar, detenerse street calle
    table mesa televisión televisión thank you! ¡gracias!
    that is ése/ésa es that(´s) ése/ésa es that car ese coche
    that one ése / ésa the el / la There allí
    thirteen trece this one éste /ésta this car este coche
    train tren twelve doce twenty veinte
    under debajo de very muy wall pared
    welcome bienvenido what colour is …? ¿de qué color es …? what kind of …? ¿qué (tipo de) …. ¿
    what´s big / small? ¿qué es grande / pequeño? wich bus is blue? ¿qué autobús es azul? which is the …? ¿cuál es el / la ….)
    which one is …? ¿cuál es …? white blanco/a window ventana
    yellow amarillo/a you tú you´re welcome de nada.


    Los adjetivos siguen un orden específico: tamaño, color, origen
    Which es el adjetivo interrogativo que se usa para formular preguntas cuando las alternativas son específicas y limitadas.
    What se usa cuando las alternativas son muchas y menos precisas.
    Over here y over there son formas enfáticas de here y there.

    A plane in New York.
    - This is a plane. The plane is _________________________-
    - Is this a plane? ______________________: Is the plane in New York? __________________________
    A bus in Rome.
    - Is this a plane too? __________________________; What´s it? _______________________________
    - Is the bus in New York? _____________________; Where is the bus? __________________________
    - And what´s in New York? _____________________; Is the bus in New York too? _________________
    - Is the bus in New York or in Tokyo? ____________________________
    A car in Tokyo
    - Is this a plane too? No, ___________________. It´s ___________________
    - Is the car in Rome? __________________. Is it in Rome or in Tokyo? ______________________
    - And what´s in Rome? __________________________
    - And what about in Tokyo?
    A ship in Rio; a train in Madrid; a bicycle in Berlin
    - Where is the plain? ________________________________________
    - Is the ship in Tokyo? ________________________________________
    - Is it in Tokyo or in Rio? ________________________________________
    - What about the bicycle? ________________________________________
    - Is the car in Rome? ________________________________________
    - What´s in Rome? ________________________________________
    - Is the train in Rio or in Madrid? __________________________________
    - And what´s in Rio? __________________________________
    - Red. This is red. Is it red? __________________________________
    - Blue. Is this red too? ____________________________; What colour is it? ______________________
    - Red. This is a car. The car is red.
    - Blue plane. What´s this? ________________________ IS the plane red too? _____________________
    - What colour is the plane? _________________________
    - Black and white. This is a ship. The ship is _______________________
    - This is a ship. The ship is big; This is a bicycle. The bicycle is small.
    - Is the ship big? _______________________; Is the bicycle big too? ___________________________
    - Is it big or small? ______________________; And what´s small? _____________________________
    - Japan is a country. Japan is a small country; France is a country too. France is a big country:
    - The United States is a very big country; Cuba is a very small country
    - Ship. Is this a plane or a ship? ______________________; Is the ship small or big? _______________
    - Is the bicycle big too? _____________________; Is it big or small? ____________________________
    - And what about the plane? ______________________________
    car / red --- This is a car; The car is red.
    - plane / blue --- ______________________________ _________________________________
    - train / Spanish -> ______________________________ __________________________________
    - bus / in Rome ---> ______________________________ __________________________________
    - ship / very big - ______________________________ __________________________________
    - bicycle / green and brown ________________________ __________________________________

    A small French train at the station
    - This is a _______. It´s a French train. Is it a big train? (no) _________________; It´s _____________
    - Where´s the train? ______________________
    A big English bus at the bus stop
    - This is __________; Is it a small bus? ___________________. It´s ___________________________
    - Is the bus at the station? ___________________________. It´s ______________________________
    A big American plane at the airport
    - This is ____________; Is a Boeing a small France plane? __________________
    - Is it a big English plane? ________________; What kind of plane is it? _________________________
    - The big American plane is ___________________________
    A train in the station
    - Is this a plane? ____________________; Is it a plain or a train? ______________________________
    - Is the train at the station? ________________; Is the plane at the station too? ___________________
    - Where´s the plain, at the station or at the airport? __________________________________________
    - And where´s the train? ___________________
    This is a car
    Japanese: It´s a Japanese car
    Yellow: It´s a yellow Japanese car
    Small: It´s a samall, yellow Japanese car
    This is a plane
    - German _____________________________________
    - white _____________________________________
    - small _____________________________________
    This is a bus
    - Italian _____________________________________
    - red and blue _____________________________________
    - big _____________________________________
    This is a bicycle
    - English _____________________________________
    - green _____________________________________
    - very small _____________________________________
    car / small / red / Tokyo: The small red car is in Tokyo
    ship / small / blue / from the United States _____________________________________________
    train / big / black / at the station _____________________________________________
    car / small / yellow / in New York _____________________________________________
    - This is a small red car. It´s from France
    - This is a small green car. It´s from Japan
    - This is a big blue car. It´s from the Unites States.
    - Is the red car from the Unites States too? _______________________________________
    - Is the green car from the United States’ _______________________________________
    - Which car is from the Unites States? _______________________________________
    - And which car is from France? _______________________________________
    - And what about the green car? _______________________________________
    - Is the green car big? ___________________________; Which car is big? _______________________
    - Is the big car red or blue? ________________________________
    - Is the big car from Japan or the United States? ____________________________________________
    - Is the small red car from the Unites States too? ____________________________________________
    - Where is it from? ________________________; And which car is from Japan? ___________________
    big / is / car / blue / this / a This is a big blue car
    a / this / is / bicycle Is this a bicycle?
    - a / ship / big / is / this ____________________________________________________
    - train / is / which / this ____________________________________________________
    - car / is / Japanese / this / a / small ____________________________________________________
    - plane / American / is / New York / in / the ______________________________________________
    - colour / car / French / what / is / the ______________________________________________
    - red / small / this / bicycle / is / a ____________________________________________________
    - this / small / is / a / bus / French ____________________________________________________
    - is / big / the / where / plane / white ____________________________________________________
    - This is a car; This car is big; This car is in the garage
    - That´s a car too. That car is small. The car is in the street
    - Is that a bicycle? ____________________; What is it? __________________________
    - Is the car in the garage or in the street? __________________________________________________
    - Is this car in the street too? _______________ Is it in the street or in the garage? _________________
    - And what about the car? _______________________
    Which car is green? The Japanese car is; Which plane is big? That plane is
    - Which ship is American? (big) _________________________________
    - Which bicycle is in the garage? (that) _________________________________
    - Which plane is at the airport? (French) _________________________________
    - Which bus is small? (this) _________________________________
    HERE AND THERE
    - This is a small ship. The small ship is over there
    - That´s a big ship. The big ship is over there
    - Is that the small ship? (no) ___________________; Which is the small ship? (this) ____________
    - And which is the big ship? (that) _____________; Where is the small ship (over here)? ____________
    - And what about the big ship? (over there) _____________________
    - El libro grande está sobre la mesa ___________________________________
    - El libro pequeño está bajo el pupitre _________________________________
    - La silla está cerca de la puerta ______________________________________
    - The magazine is on the table. Is the newspaper on the table too? (yes) ________________________
    - And what about the calculator? (on the table) ______________________________
    - Is the typewriter on the table? (no) ____________________. It´s (desk) ______________
    - What about the radio?. Is the radio under the desk? (no) _____________. It´s (desk) _____________
    - And where´s the chair? (over there) ________________ next to (door) __________
    - And what about the telephone? (on the small table) __________________
    - Is the small table nex to the desk? (yes) _______________. It´s __________________. It´s between the desk and the chair.
    - Listen a typewriter.
    - Is that a telephone? _______________ What is it? _______________ Is the typewriter under the desk? (no) ____________________Is it under the desk or on it? _______________________________
    - And what about the small book? (under the table) ___________________
    - Is the telephone on the big table or the small table? (small) ______________________
    - And what about the magazine? (big table) _______________________
    - Where´s the typewriter? (on the desk) __________________________
    - What´s on the door? (chair) __________________________________
    - Is the newspaper on the table or on the desk? (table) ___________________________
    - And what about the radio? (desk) __________________________
    This is a television. The television is big: This is a television too. The one is small
    - Whish television is big? ___________________
    - The big television is from Germany. The small one is from the United States
    - The German television is black. The American one is white
    - Is the black television on the table? (no) _________________
    - Which television is on the table? (white) __________________
    - And which on is in the floor? (black) ________________________
    - Is the small television on the floor? (no) _____________________________ Is it on the floor or on the table? _______________________
    - Which television is on the floor? (big) ________________; And which is on the table? ______________
    - Is the small television black? (white) _______________; Which one is black, the small one or the big one? _____________________
    This car is black (red) That one is red
    - This typewriter is small (big) __________________________________
    - This newspaper is next to the calculator (under) __________________________________
    - This television is German (American) __________________________________
    - This bicycle is green and white (blue and yellow) __________________________________
    The English car is in the garage (Japanese / in the street) The Japanese one is on the street
    - The big cassette player is on the desk (small/on the chair) _________________________________
    - The German newspaper is over here (Brazilian/over there) _________________________________
    - The brown desk is next to the door (black/next to the window)_________________________________
    - The blue car is from the United States (red/from France) _________________________________
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    Mr Morgan: Excuse me, Bill!
    Mr Turner: Yes?
    Mr Morgan: Is that a radio over there?
    Mr Turner: Where?
    Mr Morgan: Over there on the desk, next to the typewriter. Is that a radio or is it a calculator?
    Mr Turner: Oh, that! No, that´s not a radio, and it´s not a calculator. It´s a cassette player
    Mr Morgan: A cassette player?
    Mr Turner: Yes, a small Japanese one. That´s a cassette player and this is a cassette.
    Mr Morgan: Give me the cassette, please
    Mr Turner: Here it is
    Mr Morgan: Thank you
    Mr Turner: You´re welcome
    REVIEW
    Listen! This is a plane
    Is this a plane too? (no) _____________________________________________
    Is it a bus or a ship? (ship) _____________________________________________
    Is this a ship too? (no) _____________________________________________
    What is it? (train) _____________________________________________
    And what´s this? (bus) _____________________________________________
    Is this a train? (yes) _____________________________________________
    Is this a train too? (no) _____________________________________________
    What is it, a train or a plane? (plane) _____________________________________________
    And what´s this? ((bus) _____________________________________________
    Is this a bus too? (no) _____________________________________________
    What´s it? (train) _____________________________________________
    Is it a train too? (no) _____________________________________________
    Is it a train or a car? (car) _____________________________________________
    This is a car. It´s a big car. (no) _____________________________________________
    And what about that? Is that a big car too? (no) _______________________________________
    Is it a big car or a small one? (small) _____________________________________________
    The big car is blue. The small car is green
    Is that a big car? (yes) _____________________________________________
    Is the big car red? _____________________________________________
    Is it yellow? _____________________________________________
    What colour is the big car? _____________________________________________
    The big blue car is from the United States. The small green car is from Japan
    Is the small green car from Japan? _____________________________________________
    Is the big blue car from Japan too? _____________________________________________
    Is the blue car from Japan or from the United States? _________________________________
    And where´s the small green car from? ______________________________________________
    The bus is at the bus stop.
    Is the plane at the bus stop too? ______________________________________________
    Is it at the bus stop or at the airport? ______________________________________________
    Is that a plane too? (no) ______________________________________________
    Is it a plane or a train? (train) ______________________________________________
    Is the train at the airport? ______________________________________________
    Is it at the bus stop or at the station? ______________________________________________
    And what´s at the bus stop? ______________________________________________
    Where´s the plane? ______________________________________________
    And what´s at the station? ______________________________________________
    That´s a bicycle. The bicycle is in the street. And that´s a car. The car is in the garage.
    Is the bicycle in the garage too? ______________________________________________
    Where´s the bicycle, in the garage or in the street? __________________________________
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    Re: Temario de Inglés y Ejercicios Complementarios

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    BERT 3

    CHAPTER THREE

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    am soy /estoy 2 and 2 is 4 dos y son 4 are es / está
    behind detrás de boy niño brother hermano
    but pero it´s … but it´s not … es …, pero no es… counter mostrador
    customer cliente daughter hija eighty ochenta
    either tampoco isn´t … either? no es … ni tampoco… family familia
    father padre fifty cincuenta she´s fine ella está bien
    first name nombre propio forty cuarenta front enfrente
    girl niña hello! ¡hola! her chair su silla (de ella)
    behind her detrás de ella behind him detrás de él his chair su silla (de él)
    hHow are you? ¿cómo está? (usted) how´s …? ¿cómo está…? how much …? ¿cuánto(s)…?
    hundred cCien husband esposo / marido I´m yo soy/estoy
    in a chair en una silla in front of elante de this isn´t… este no es…
    …isn´t standing … no está de pie lamp lámpara man hombre
    behind me detrás de mí mMother madre my car mi coche
    name nombre Christian name nombre propio surname apellido
    ninety noventa a picture of a un cuadro de un/una office oficina
    on the floor en el piso on the wall en la pared pavement acera
    police car coche de policía policeman policía restaurant restaurante
    that´s right! ¡es verdad! … right? … verdad? salesman vendedor
    secretary secretaria seventy setenta shop tienda
    sister hermana sitting sentado she´s sitting (ella) está sentada
    sixty sesenta son hijo standing de pie
    he´s standing (él) está de pie student estudiante teacher profesor/a
    thanks gracias that´s right! ¡es verdad! thirty treinta
    very well! ¡muy bien! walter camarero well bien
    whose … is this? ¿de quién es esta /este? wife esposa woman mujer
    Y usted behind you detrás de usted you´re usted es / está
    your tu / vuestro your desk tu escritorio armchair Sillón
    arm brazo

    - This is a picture of a man. Who is this man? (Mr Morgan) _______________________________
    - Mr Morgan is standing. He´s standing next to a map.
    - This is a picture too, but isn´t a picture of a man. It´s a picture of a woman. It´s a picture of Mrs Morgan. She´s sitting. She´s sitting in an armchair next to the radio.
    - That isn´t a man, and it isn´t a woman either. It´s a boy. It´s Peter Morgan. Is Peter Morgan standing or sitting?. He´s sitting on the floor next to the lamp.
    - This is Mary Morgan. Mary isn´t a boy. She´s a girl. Is Mary sitting too? No, she´s not. She´s standing next to Peter.
    - Is Mrs Morgan sitting? __________________. Is she standing or sitting? ________________________
    - And what about Mr Morgan? Is he standing next to the window? _______________________________
    - What´s he standing next to? __________________________; Is Peter Morgan sitting? ____________
    - Is he sitting on a chair or on the floor? _________________________________

    WHO AM I?
    - Hello! I´m Mr Johnson. Am I a man? __________________. I´m a man. Am I sitting or standing? (standing). I´m ___________
    - Am I French? No, I´m not. I´m not French. I´m _____________. I´m from Cambridge.
    - Am I a student? (no) ___________________. I´m a teacher. Am I an English teacher? __________
    - I´m an English teacher.
    - And what about you? Are you English? _________________. Are you from Cambridge? ____________
    - You are not English, and you´re not from Cambridge ____________
    - Are you student? (yes) ___________________ You´re a ____________ and I´m a ________________
    - Are you a teacher? (no)____________________ Are you a teacher or a student? __________________
    - Are you a Frendh student? _________________
    - What are you, a French student or an English student? _________________________________
    - Am I a French teacher? ________________________; What am I? ____________________________
    - IS Mr Johnson standing? (yes) _____________________; Is he French or English? ________________
    - What is he, a student or a teacher? __________________; And what about you? __________________
    - Mr Morgan isn´t from Cambridge (London) Is he from London?
    - The book isn´t on the table (floor) _______________________________________
    - I´m not German (French) _______________________________________
    - You´re not a student (teacher) _______________________________________
    - Mr Johnson isn´t standing (sitting) _______________________________________
    WHOSE CHAIR IS THIS?
    - This is a desk. It´s Mr Morgan desk. And that is Mr Morgan´s chair
    - This is an armchair. It´s Mrs Morgan armchair. And that´s Mrs Morgan radio
    - Is this Mr Duval desk? (no) __________________Is it Miss Brown desk? (no) ___________________
    - Whose desk is it? ________________________; And whose radio is that? ______________________
    - Mr Morgan´s desk is big. His desk is big. His chair is big too.
    - Mrs Morgan´s armchair is black. Her armchair is black. Her radio is black too.
    - Hello! I´m Mr Johnson. I´m your teacher. Are you my student? (yes) ________________________
    - Am I sitting in your car? (no) ___________________; Whose car am I sitting? ____________________
    - I´m sitting in my car. Am I sitting in my car? _____________________________
    - Whose car am I sitting in? ____________________________________
    - Is Mr Morgan´s telephone on my desk? ______________; Is it on my desk or his desk? ____________
    - Is Mrs Morgan sitting in my armchair?_________________;
    - Whose armchair is she sitting? ____________________________
    - Am I sitting in Mr Morgan´s car? (no) _____________________________________________
    - Whose car am I sitting in? _____________________________________________
    - Is Mr Morgan standing next to your chair? (no)_____________________________________________
    - Whose chair is he standing next to? _____________________________________________
    - Mr Johnson is sitting next to a student It´s his student I´m standing next to a typewriter
    - You´re standing next to a picture ________________ ___________________________
    - Mrs Morgan is standing next to a chair ________________ ___________________________
    - Mary is standing next to a car ________________ ___________________________
    - You´re sitting next to a teacher ________________ ___________________________
    - Mr Morgan is sitting next to a desk ________________ ___________________________
    - I´m sitting next to a television ________________ ___________________________
    - Peter is standing next to a bicycle ________________ ___________________________
    - The girl is standing next to a dog ________________ ___________________________
    Karl Fisher. German
    - Who´s this man? What´s his name? _______________________
    - Mr Fisher´s Christian name is ________. Is Fisher an English name? (no) _________________________
    - Fisher is a ___________ name. Fisher is a surname and Karl is a Criistian name.
    Susan Morgan. England
    - Who´s this woman? Is her name Fischer too? _______________. It´s ________________
    - This is ________________________. Is Susan her Christian name or her surname? ________________
    - Susan is her _________________ name, and Morgan is ____ ________________
    - Is Morgan a name? ______________ Is it a Christian name? _____________________________
    - What is it, a Christian name or a surname? __________________________________
    - And what about Susan? _______________________; Is Morgan a German name? _____________
    - Is it a German name or a English name? ____________________;
    - And what about Fischer? ______________________
    - Is Karl a woman´s name or a man´s name? _________________________________________
    - Is Fischer a Japanese name? _________________________________________
    - What kind of name is it? _________________________________________
    - Is Susan my Christian name or Mrs Morgan´s Christian name? ______________________________
    THE MORGAN FAMILY
    - Is Susan Morgan Mr Morgan´s teacher? ____________ She´s his __________, and he´s her ________
    - And what about Mary? Is Mary Mr Morgan´s son? (no) ________________ She´s his ______________
    - Mary is his _________________ and Peter is his _______
    - Mr Morgan is Peter´s ____________. And what about Mrs Morgan? She´s _______________________
    - Mrs Morgan´s ___________________ and Mr Morgan is his ____________________
    - Is Peter Mary Morgan´s husband? _________________. Is he her father? ______________________
    - He´s ____ _______________. Peter is Mary´s ___________, and Mary is ___________ ___________
    - Is Peter a man or a boy? ____________________; Is he Mr Morgan´s daughter? __________________
    - Is he Mr Morgan´s daughter or his son? ______________________
    - And what about Mary _______________________
    - Is Mrs Morgan Mary´s father or her mother? ___________________;
    - Is she Mr Morgan´s wife?____________________; And who´s Mrs Morgan husband? ______________
    - Susan is Mary´s mother She´s her mother
    - Mrs Morgan is Mr Morgan´s ___________ ________________________________
    - Peter is Susan Morgan´s _____________ ________________________________
    - Mr Morgan is Mary´s ________________ ________________________________
    - Mary is Peter Morgan´s ______________ ________________________________
    - Mr Morgan is Susan Morgan´s _________ ________________________________

    MR MORGAN OFFICE
    - This is a picture of an office. It´s Mr Morgan office. And the woman is Mr Morgan´s secretary. Her name is Janet Brown.
    - Is Mr Morgan standing? (yes) ________________.
    - Is he standing next to Miss Brown´s desk? (no) _____________. He´s standing in front of it.
    - Miss Brown´s desk is between Mr Morgan and Janet.
    - Is the door in front of Mr Morgan too? (no)__________________. It´s behind ____
    - It´s behind him and in front of Janet
    - And what about the window? Is it in front of Janet? (no) _________; Where is? (behind) ____________
    - I´m standing in front of you You´re standing behind me
    - You___________________ __________________________ you
    - He ___________________ ___________________________ him
    - She___________________ ___________________________ her
    - It_____________________ ___________________________ it
    - Is Mrs Brown a secretary? ________________________ Is she my secretary? ____________________
    - Whose secretary is she? ___________________________; Is Janet standing? ____________________
    - Who´s standing? ____________________; Is he standing behind Janet? ________________________
    - Where´s he standing? ___________________________
    - Is Mr Morgan standing next to Miss Brown´s desk? No, he´s not
    - Where´s he standing? _______________________________________
    - What´s behind him? _______________________________________
    - Is Miss Brown´s typewriter behind or in front of her? _______________________________________
    - Where´s the window? _______________________________________
    - This is Peter His surname is “Morgan” Peter´s surname is “Morgan”
    - This is Linda. Her mother is from England _____________________________________________
    - This is my son. His car is from Germany. _____________________________________________
    - That´s Joan´s husband. His office is very big _____________________________________________
    - That´s my secretary. Her name is Janet Brown ____________________________________________
    - That´s Bill´s daughter. Her bicycle is red _____________________________________________
    I´m sitting next to my wife and she´s sitting next to me
    - I´m sitting next to Mr Duval and __________________________________
    - Peter is sitting next to Mary and __________________________________
    - You´re standing next to my son and _______________________________
    - Miss Brown is standing next to Mr Morgan and ____________________________________
    TONY IS A WAITER
    - This is Tony Mellini. Tony is a waiter. He´s in a restaurant. He´s standing next to a table.
    - Is the woman standing too? (no) _________________ She´s sitting. She´s sitting at the table.
    - Is she a waiter too? (no) _____________________ She´s a customer.
    - Mike O´Connor isn´t a waiter. What´s he? He´s a policeman.
    - Mike is standing too, but he isn´t standing in a restaurant. Is he standing in the street? (no)_________
    - He´s standing on the pavement. He´s standing next to a car. He´s standing next to a police car.
    - Bob Stern is a salesman. Where is he? He´s in a shop. Is he standing too? (yes) _________________
    - He´s standing behind the counter.
    - Who´s the woman in front of Bob (Mrs Morgan) ____________. She´s a ______________ in the shop
    - Is Tony Mellini a waiter? ______________________ Is Mike O´Connor a waiter too? _______________
    - Is he a waiter or a policeman? _________________;
    - Is he in the street or on the pavement? _________________
    - Is Bob Stern on the pavement too? __________; Where is he? ___________________________
    - Is Bob a policeman? ______________________; What is he? ____________________________
    - Is Tony Mellini a policeman? ______________________; What is he? _________________________
    - Is he standing in a shop or in a restaurant? _____________________________________________
    - Is Mrs Morgan standing in the street? ____________________; Where is she? ___________________
    Tony´s not sitting he´s standing
    - He isn´t standing behind the table he´s standing ____________________ it
    - The table isn´t big it´s ________________
    - Peter isn´t a girl he´s a ______________
    - Bob Stern isn´t in front of the counter he´s __________________ it
    - Mike O´Connor isn´t sitting in the car he´s standing ________________ it
    This isn´t a picture of a plane. What is a picture of? It´s a picture of a car.
    Mr Morgan isn´t standing in front of Susan. Who is he standing in front of? He´s standing in front of Janet
    - Miss Brown isn´t sitting behind Mr Morgan Who is she sitting behind?
    - Mr Turner isn´t sitting in next to Mr Turner _________________________________
    - The girl isn´t sitting in front of her mother _________________________________
    - Miss Brown´s desk isn´t in front of Mr Morgan _________________________________
    - The man isn´t standing next to my desk _________________________________
    - The policeman isn´t standing behind the waiter _________________________________
    - Mary´s brother isn´t sitting on the table _________________________________
    - 2+2=4 Two and two is for
    - Is two and two six?. _________________; Is two and two five? ________________________
    - How much is two and two? Two and two is four
    - 45+45 Forty-five and forty-five is ninety
    - 63+12 ______________________________________________________________________
    - 34+7 ______________________________________________________________________
    - 75+21 ______________________________________________________________________
    - 49+32 ______________________________________________________________________
    - 62+15 ______________________________________________________________________
    - 59+35 ______________________________________________________________________
    HOW ARE YOU?
    - Hello, John. - Oh, Bill, Hello! How are you? - Fine, thanks you. And you?
    - Very well, thanks - How´s your wife? - She´s fine
    - Is that your daughter over there? - Yes, that´s right. That´s my daughter, Mary. And that´s my son next to her.
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    REVIEW
    Listen! This is Janet Brown.
    Answer! Is Janet a name? _________________________________________________________
    Is it a French name? _________________________________________________________
    Is it a German name? _________________________________________________________
    What kind of name is it, an Italian name or an English name? ________________________________
    Is Janet a man´s name? _________________________________________________________
    Is it a man´s name or a woman´s name? ___________________________________________________
    That´s right, Janet is a woman´s name. It´s _______________________________________________
    Is John a woman´s name too? _________________________________________________________
    What is it? ____________________________ And what about Mary? _____________________________
    It´s Mr Morgan. Mr Morgan´s Christian name is John.
    Is Mr Morgan a Christian name? _____________ Is it a Christian name or a surname’? ________________
    Is John a surname too? ______________ What is John? ________________________________________
    And what about Janet? Is Janet a Christian name or a surname? __________________________________
    What about Brown? ________________ Is Brown your surname? _________________________________
    Is it my surname? __________ Whose surname is it, my surname or Janet´s surname? ________________
    Hello Mr Morgan´s office…. Yes?. Mr Morgan, it´s your wife, Susan.
    Who´s Susan? Is she Mrs Morgan? ____________. Is she Mr Morgan´s wife? ________________________
    Is Susan her surname? _______________; Is it her surname or her Christian name? __________________
    What´s Susan surname? ___________________________
    A typewriter. What´s this? Is it a telephone? __________ Is it a telephone or a typewriter? _____________
    Is it your typewriter? _____________________; Whose typewriter is it? ____________________________
    Is Janet´s typewriter on the floor? (no) __________ Is it on the floor or on the desk?__________________
    Is Janet standing? (no)__________________; Is she standing or sitting? ___________________________
    Is she sitting on the desk? (no) ___________;
    Where´s she sitting, on the desk or on the chair? ______________________________________________
    Is Janet sitting on my chair? (no) _____________________
    Is she sitting on my chair or on her chair? ____________________________________________________
    She´s sitting on her chair. I´m sitting ________________
    You´re sitting on ______________________; He´s sitting on ___________; She´s sitting _____________
    Is the typewriter on the desk? (yes) _____________ Is it behind Janet? (no) ________________________
    Is it behind her or in front of her? ______________; Is the desk in front of her too? (yes) ______________
    She´s behind the desk The desk is in front of her
    Mr Morgan is behind the door The door is _______________________________
    I´m behind the car ________________________________________
    Janet is behind the desk ________________________________________
    You´re behind your teacher ________________________________________
    The wall is behind me ________________________________________
    Good!, Very good!
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    BERT 4

    CHAPTER FOUR

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    any milk nada de leche any men ningunos hombres not any milk ninguna leche
    not any men ningún hombre there are hay there aren´t no hay
    we are estamos/somos they are están/son ashtray cenicero
    Look at …! ¡Mire a …! Beaujolais Beaujolais beer cerveza
    bottle(s) botella(s) box(es) caja(s) child(ren) niño(s)
    cigar(s) puro(s) cigarette(s) cigarillo(s) city ciudad
    coffee café Colombia Colombia cup(s) taza(s)
    delicious delicioso/a dollar(s) Dólar/dólares etc. etc.
    glass(es) vasos(s) here you are! ¡aquí lo tienes! how many…? ¿cuántos/cuántas?
    how much are two bottles? ¿cuánto cuestan dos botellas? how much is it? ¿cuánto cuesta? I´d like… quisiera…
    in all en total Look! ¡Mire! looking at mirando
    Look at…! ¡Mire …! match(es) cerilla(s) men hombres
    milk leche now ahora cup of coffee taza de café
    packet of cigarettes paquete de cigarillos of course! ¡sí, cómo no! only one solo uno
    packet paquete paper papel people gente, personas
    picture(s) cuadro(s) pint (of beer) caña (de cerveza) pot tetera
    pound libra esterlina sir señor thank you, sir! ¡gracias, señor!
    some coffee algo de café some people algunas personas tea té
    there is/are hay these estos/estas these boys estos niños
    they ellos/ellas they´re ellos/ellas están/son those esos/esas
    those papers esos papeles water agua we nosotros
    we´re nosotro(a)s somos/estamos wine vino women mujeres
    jug jarra work-top encimera (de la cocina) word palabra
    fill rellenar I beg your pardon Le pido perdón

    - This is a cup. It´s a cup of coffe. The cup is white, but the coffee is black. It´s a small cup of coffee.
    - This coffee is from Colombia. It´s a small white cup of Colombian coffee.
    - This isn´t a cup. It´s a bottle. It´s a bottle of wine. What kind of wine is it? It´s Beaujolais
    - Beaujolais is the name of a French wine. Beaujolais is red.
    - What´s that over there next to the bottle of wine? It´s Beaujolais too, but it isn´t a bottle of Beaujolais. It´s a glass of Beujolais.
    - And what about this? This is a glass too, but it isn´t a glass or wine. It´s a glass of water
    - And what´s that next to the glass? It´s a jug. It´s a jug of milk
    - This is a glass of Beaujolais. Is Beaujolais coffee? ________________________________
    - What is Beaujolais, coffee or wine? _________________; Is it white wine or red wine? _____________
    - Is coffee red too? __________________ What colour is coffee, red or black? _____________________
    - Is milk black too? _______________ What colour is milk? ____________________________________
    - What´s this? It´s a cigarette. And what´s that? It´s a packet of cigarettes.
    - This is a match. And this is a box of matches. This is a cigar. And this is a box of cigars.
    - The cigarette is in the ashtray. The cigarettes are in the ashtray
    - packet packets ; cup ______________; cigar ____________________;
    - map ____________; teacher ______________; bottle ____________________;
    - name ____________; picture_______________; bus ____________________;
    - glass _____________; box ______________; match ____________________;
    - city _____________; country _____________; nationality ___________________
    The match is in the box The matches are in the box
    - The bottle is on the table _______________________________________
    - The cigar is next to the ashtray _______________________________________
    - The bus is in the street _______________________________________
    - The city is in Japan _______________________________________
    THE PICTURES ARE ON THE WALL
    - Look! It´s Mr and Mrs Morgan. Mr Morgan is standing. Mrs Morgan is standing too. Mr and Mrs Morgan are standing in front of a map. They´re standing between the table and the wall, and they´re looking at the map.
    - The map is on the wall. It´s a map of Italy. Look at the pictures! Are the pictures on the wall too? (yes) _________________ Are they pictures of planes? __________________. They´re not ___________ of planes. They´re __________ of ships.
    Mr and Mrs Morgan are standing They´re standing
    The pictures are on the wall They´re on the wall
    - Is Mr Morgan standing? ________________________________
    - Is Mrs Morgan standing too? ________________________________
    - Are they standing in front of a door or on front of a map? __________________________________
    - Are they looking a map? ________________________________
    - Is the map on the wall? ________________________________
    - Are the pictures on the wall too? ________________________________
    - Are the pictures under the map or next to it? _____________________________________
    - Are Mr and Mrs Morgan sitting or standing? _______________________________
    - What are they standing in front of? _______________________________
    - Are the pictures under the map or next to it? _______________________________
    - Are they pictures of planes or pictures of ships? _______________________________
    The boys are sitting on the floor (desk) They´re not sitting on the desk
    - Mary and Peter are from London (Cambridge) ____________________________________________
    - The cigars are in the ashtray (box) ____________________________________________
    - Mr and Mrs Morgan are sitting over there (over here) ______________________________________
    - The typewriter and telephone are o the desk (table) ______________________________________
    THESE AND THOSE
    - This is a boy. These boys are standing
    - That paper is on the table. Those papers are on the floor
    - Is this a car? (yes) _________________.
    - This car is in the street. These cars are in the street too
    - That dog is small. And what about those dogs?
    - This bottle is on the table. And these bottles?
    - This glass is on the table These glasses are on the table
    - That city is in France _____________________________________________
    - This bottle is brown _____________________________________________
    - This girl is sitting on the floor _____________________________________________
    - That cup is small _____________________________________________
    - Your name, please - Turner. William Turner. - Are you Canadian, Mr Turner?
    - Yes, I am - And what about your wife? - She´s Canadian too
    - Are you from Quebec? - No, we´re not. We´re from Toronto
    - Is Mr Turner Canadian? _______________ Is his wife Canadian too? _______________________
    - Are they from Quebec? ________________ Are they from Quebec or Toronto? ___________________
    Now you are Mr Turner! Please answer, Mr Turner!
    - Are you and your wife American, Mr Turner? No, we´re not
    - Are you and your wife Canadian? ______________________________________
    - Are you from Quebec? ______________________________________
    - What city are you from? ______________________________________
    HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE THERE?
    - Look at this picture! One man, two men, three men. There are __________ men in ________________
    - Are there three women in the picture too? (yes) ____________________________________________
    - There are three _________ and ______________ women in the picture
    - Are there three boys in the picture too?. No, there aren´t.
    - Are there two boys? (no) __________________;
    - How many boys are there in the picture? There´s one boy in the picture
    - Is there only one? ______________ There´s _________ ________
    - And how many girls are there? (two) ______________________________
    - Are there three children in the picture? ______________________________
    - Are there three children under the table? (no) _________________________
    - How many children are there under the table? (one). There´s __________________________ the table
    - How many people are there in all? (nine) __________________ in all
    - Are there three people next to the window? (no) ____________________________
    - There´s only _____ person next to the window. Look! It´s Mr Morgan.
    - child (children); man (men); woman (women); person (people)
    - Are there four men in the picture? ______________;
    - How many men are there in the picture? _________________
    - And how many women are there in the picture? _____________________
    - Are there three girls in the picture? __________________________
    - How many girls are there in the picture? ______________________________________
    - And how many boys are there? ________________________________________
    - Haw many children are there in all? ___________________________________
    - How many men are there in the picture? ______________________________________________
    - Are there three women in the picture too? ______________________________________________
    - Are there three boys or only one? ______________________________________________
    - Are there five girls in the picture? ______________________________________________
    - How many girls are there in the picture? ______________________________________________
    - How many children are there in all? ______________________________________________
    - How many children are there under the table?______________________________________________
    - Are there ten people or nine people in the picture? __________________________________________


    Where´s John´s book? Where are John´s books?
    - Where´s the teacher? ________________________________________
    - Who´s that woman? ________________________________________
    - Which bus is that? ________________________________________
    - Is this Mr Turner´s daughter ________________________________________
    - Is the cigarette white? ________________________________________
    - Is that small plane white? ________________________________________
    - Who´s this child? ________________________________________
    - Is this woman from Toronto? ________________________________________
    - Where´s that person from? ________________________________________
    - Which big city is in France? ________________________________________
    THERE ISN´T ANY MILK IN THE BOTTLE
    - Look at the picture!
    - How many glasses are there on the table? (three) _________________________________________
    - And how many glasses are there under the table?. There aren´t any glasses under the table
    - Are there any glasses on the work-top? (yes) _________________. There are some glasses on the top-work. How many glasses are there on the top-work? (two) __________________________________
    - Look at the jug! Is there any milk in the jug? (yes) _______________________
    - There´s some milk in the jug.
    - And is there any milk in the bottle? (no) _________________________________
    - Yes, there is Yes, there are
    - No, there isn´t No, there aren´t
    - There´s some…. There are some….
    - Theres isn´t any… There aren´t any…
    - Are there any glasses in the picture? ________________________________
    - How many glasses are there in the picture? ________________________________
    - Are there three bottles of milk on the work-top? ________________________________
    - How many bottles of mil are there on the work-top? ________________________________
    - And how many glasses are there on the work-top? ________________________________
    There isn´t any milk in the glass (the bottle) There´s some milk in the bottle
    - There isn´t any beer in this bottle (that bottle) ________________________________
    - There aren´t any matches in that box (this box) ________________________________
    - There aren´t any newspapers over there (over here) ________________________________
    - There isn´t any water in that brown cup (white) ________________________________
    - There aren´t any cigarretts in this packet (that) ________________________________
    There are some people at the station (bus stop) Are there any people at the bus stop?
    - There´s some milk in that bottle (jug) _____________________________________
    - There are some cars in the garage (street) _____________________________________
    - There are some books on Mr Morgan´s desk (chair) _____________________________________
    - There´s some tea in Mary´s cup (glass) _____________________________________
    - There are some people in that car (bus) _____________________________________
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    HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE THERE IN THE RESTAURANT?
    Fill in the correct word: some / any ; are / aren´t ; is / isn´t.
    This _______ a restaurant. Look at the table!. There ________ two bottles on the table. Look at the big bottle!. ______ there _________ wine in it?. Yes, there ______. There´s ________ wine in the big bottle. And what about the small bottle?. There isn´t _________ wine in the small one.

    Look at the glasses!. There´s __________ wine in the glasses in front of the women, but there isn´t _____ wine in the glass in front of the man.

    ______ there _______ cups on the table too? Yes, there ______. There ________ three cups on the table. ______ there _______ coffee in the cups? No, there ______________

    ______ there ______ people in this restaurant? Yes, there _______. There are _________ customers sitting at the table, and there are ________ customers standing next to the door. ____ there a waiter too?.
    Yes, there _______. ______ he sitting or standing? He´s standing. Look! Three people ________ sitting, and for people _____________ standing. There ____________seven people in this picture in all.
    _________ there _______ children in this picture? No, there __________. There __________ ________ children in this restaurant.
    100 a hundred; 101 a hundred and one;
    102 ___________________________; 120 ___________________________________
    121 ___________________________; 130 ___________________________________
    140 __________________________; 200 _____________________________________;
    342 __________________________; 469 ________________________________________
    535 _______________________________; 681 _______________________________________
    726 _______________________________; 853 _______________________________________
    999 _______________________________; 1.000 ________________________________________
    HOW MUCH IS IT?
    - Is a cup of coffee twenty pence? No, it´s not
    - Is it thirty pence? No, it´s not
    - How much is a cup of coffee? It´s forty pence
    - And how much is a glass of wine? It´s seventy pence
    - How much is this radio? It´s sixty-seven pounds and ninety-five pence
    Chair/ £85.90 How much is this chair? It´s eight-five pounds and ninety pence.
    Cassette player/ £27.20 __________________________; _______________________________________
    Calculator/ £36.00 __________________________; _______________________________________
    Desk/ £10.63 __________________________; _______________________________________
    Typewriter/ £189.54 __________________________; _______________________________________
    HOW MUCH ARE TWO BOTTLES OF WINE?
    - How much is a bottle of wine? It´s three pounds
    - Are two bottles of wine three pounds too? No, they´re not
    - How much are two bottles of wine? Two bottles of wine are six pounds
    - Is it a bottle of wine two pounds? ________________________________________
    - How much is a bottle of wine? ________________________________________
    - Are two bottles of wine five pounds? ________________________________________
    - How much are two bottles of wine? ________________________________________
    - Is a cup of coffee six pounds too? ________________________________________
    - Is a cup of coffee six pounds of forty pence? ________________________________________
    - How much are two cups of coffee? ________________________________________
    - And what about three cups of coffee? ________________________________________
    COFFEE, PLEASE!
    - Mr Turner: Waiter, a cup of coffee, please!; - Waiter: Yes. Of course. And for you, madam?
    - Mrs Turner: I´d like some coffee too, please - Waiter: Here you are, two cups of coffee
    - Mr Turner: How much is that? - Waiter: Eighty pence, please
    - Mr Turner: Here you are - Waiter: Thank you, sir
    - Mrs Turner: Hmm … this coffee is delicious - Mr Turner: Yes, it is. It´s delicious.
    Listen! We´re in London. Listen to the people in the restaurant!
    Answer! Are we in New York? ____________________; Are we in Berlin? __________________
    What city are we in? ___________________; Are these people in an office? (no) ________________
    Are they in an office or in a restaurant? ___________________________________
    Are they in New York? _____________________; Where are they? ____________________________
    This person is in a restaurant These people are in a restaurant
    This restaurant is in England ________________________________________
    That car is big ________________________________________
    That child is sitting ________________________________________
    This woman is French ________________________________________
    This match is on the table ________________________________________
    That car is in the street ________________________________________
    Are there any cars in the street? (yes) ________________________________________
    I beg your pardon! There are some cars in the street or there aren´t any cars in the street?
    ________________________________________
    Are there five cars in the street? (no) ________________________________________
    Are there four cars in the street? (no) ________________________________________
    How many cars are there in the street? (3) _______________________________________
    Are there any cars in the restaurant? ________________________________________
    I beg your pardon! There are some cars in the restaurant or there aren´t any cars in the restaurant?
    ________________________________________
    Where are there some cars? ________________________________________
    Listen! Listen to the telephone in the office. There are two telephones.
    Are there any telephones in the office? ________________________________________
    I beg your pardon! There are some telephones in the office, or there aren´t any telephones in the office?
    ________________________________________
    Are there three telephones in the office? ________________________________________
    Haw many telephones are there in the office? _____________________________________
    Are there any telephones on the bus? ________________________________________
    I beg your pardon! There are some telephones on the bus or there aren´t any telephones on the bus?
    __________________________________
    There are some cars in the street. There aren´t any cars in the restaurant.
    There are some telephones in the office. And on the bus? ____________________________________
    There are some planes at the airport. And in the station? _____________________________________
    There´s some coffee in the cup. And in the glass? __________________________________________
    There are some cigarettes in the packet. And in the box? ______________________________________
    There´s some wine in the bottle. And in the jug? ___________________________________________
    And now listen! Listen to Mr Morgan! Mr Morgan is in London.
    - Excuse me, how much is a newspaper, please? - A newspaper?. A newspaper is twenty pence.
    Is a newspaper ten pence? ______________ Is it ten pence or twenty pence? _____________________
    And what about two newspapers. Are two newspapers thirty pence? _____________________________
    How much are two newspapers? ________________________________________________________
    That´s right, two newspapers are forty pence.
    One newspaper is twenty pence Two newspapers _____________________________________
    One cup of coffee is forty pence Two cups of coffee ___________________________________
    One packet of cigarettes is one pound
    And two packets of cigarettes? __________________________________________________
    And what about three packets of cigarettes? ____________________________________________
    One magazine is one pound forty
    How much are two magazines? __________________________________________________
    And three magazines? __________________________________________________
    Very good.
    Very, very good!
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    WHO´S SITTING AT THE DESK?
    Look at this picture! Is there a black telephone on the desk? (yes) _______________________
    The telephone on the desk is black. And who´s sitting at the desk? It´s Mr Morgan. Then man sitting at the desk is Mr Morgan.
    There´s a man in the picture. It´s Mr Morgan The man in the picture is Mr Morgan
    There´s a map on the wall. It´s big ___________________________________
    There´s a dog next to the window. It´s black ___________________________________
    There are some children in the street. They´re Peter and Mary. ___________________________________
    There are some cassettes on the table. They´re from Germany. ___________________________________
    A man is sitting at the desk. It´s Mr Morgan The man sitting at the desk is Mr Morgan
    A boy is standing behind Mrs Morgan. It´s Peter ________________________________________
    Two men are sitting over there. They´re from France ________________________________________
    A waiter is standing in front of me. He´s Italian ________________________________________
    Some people are sitting in the car. They´re the Duvals ________________________________________
    This man is sitting in the car These men are sitting in the car
    This plane is at the airport ________________________________________
    That child isn´t American ________________________________________
    The secretary isn´t at the office ________________________________________
    Is this man from France? Are these men from France?
    Is this car Japanese? ________________________________________
    Is that woman standing? ________________________________________
    Is that city in Italy? ________________________________________
    Is this child sitting at the table? ________________________________________
    Those typewriter are big Those are big typewriters
    These women are French ________________________________________
    Those radios are small ________________________________________
    These telephones are black ________________________________________
    These cars are Japanese ________________________________________
    This is a glass of beer. There´s beer in this glass
    That´s a bottle of milk ________________________________________
    That´s a box of matches ________________________________________
    This is a packet of cigarettes ________________________________________
    This is a cup of coffee ________________________________________
    I´m sitting at the desk It´s my desk
    You´re standing next to a car ________________________________________
    Mrs Morgan is looking at the cassette ________________________________________
    Mr Morgan is sitting in an office ________________________________________
    Mary is sitting in a chair ________________________________________
    I´m looking at a magazine ________________________________________
    This is Mr Morgan. His Christian name is John Mr Morgan´s Christian name is John
    This is Janet. Her desk is brown ________________________________________
    That´s my son. His bicycle is in the garage ________________________________________
    This is Mrs Duval. Her husband is from Paris ________________________________________
    That´s my teacher. His car is small ________________________________________
    This is Mr Morgan. His secretary´s name is Janet ________________________________________
    The car in the garage is from the United States. The ones in the street are from Italy
    Which car is from the United States? The one in the garage is
    Which cars are from Italy? The ones in the street are
    Which papers are whites? (on the floor) The ones on the floor are
    Which maps are green? (on the wall) _______________________________________
    Which waiter is French? (behind the table) _______________________________________
    Which cars are yellow? (in the garage) _______________________________________
    Which child is Mrs Morgan´s daughter? (over there) _______________________________________
    Which bicycles are from England? (next to the car) _______________________________________
    London is an England city
    There´s _________ American car in the garage; That´s ______ small German typewriter
    Rome is _________ Italian city; Is there _______ airport in this city?; Is this _____ glass of American wine?
    This is a plane (big) The plane is big
    This is a car (Japanese) _______________________________________
    This is a boy (standing at the bus stop) _______________________________________
    This is a newspaper (black and white) _______________________________________
    This is a woman (from Germany) _______________________________________
    This is a brown dog (sitting next to the door) _______________________________________
    Is Mr Turner Canadian? Yes, he is
    Is this Mr Turner? (yes) _______________________________________
    Is Mr Turner Canadian? _______________________________________
    Is this Miss López? (no) _______________________________________
    Who is it, Miss López or Mrs Schulz? (Mrs Schulz) _______________________________________
    Is Mrs Schulz German? (yes) _______________________________________
    Is this your red car? Yes, it is No, it´s not
    Is Mrs Brown from London? ________________ ____________________
    Is the train at the station? ________________ ____________________
    Is Bill´s car in the garage? ________________ ____________________
    Is Janet standing at the bus stop? ________________ ____________________
    Is that Mr Morgan´s son? ________________ ____________________
    I´m from London (Cambridge) I´m not from Cambridge
    The man is at the station (airport) _______________________________________
    I´m English (French) _______________________________________
    The dog is black and white (brown) _______________________________________
    You´re sitting (standing) _______________________________________

    IT´S SMALL, BUT NOT FROM JAPAN
    Is your car small? Yes, it is.
    Is it from Japan? No, it´s not. It´s small, but not from Japan
    Are Mr and Mrs Duval French? Are they from Dijon? They´re French, but not from Dijon
    Is Paris a city? Is it a German city? ____________________________________________
    Is that a bottle? Is it a bottle of wine? ____________________________________________
    Are you sitting? Are you sitting on the floor? ____________________________________________
    Are those books big? Are they red? ____________________________________________
    Is Mr Morgan in his office? Is he at his desk? ____________________________________________
    HE´S LOOKING AT HER
    I´m standing in front of Bill Bill is standing behind me
    You____________________ ___________________________________ you
    He ____________________ ___________________________________ him
    She ___________________ ___________________________________ her
    It _____________________ ___________________________________ it
    Mrs Morgan is standing in front of Peter. Peter is standing behind her
    The newspaper isn´t under the desk It´s on it
    Mary is looking at Bill Bill is looking at _________
    I´m sitting in front of the desk The desk is behind __________________
    The magazines aren´t under the typewriter They´re next to ____________________
    Susan is looking at her husband Her husband is looking at ____________
    You´re standing in front of the car The car is behind ___________________
    John is standing next to Susan Susan is standing next to ____________
    I´m looking at my son My son is looking at _________________
    The paper isn´t under the book It´s on ___________________________
    WHAT´S THE CUESTION?
    Whose car is this? How much is this car? How many cars are there in the picture? What kind of car is it?
    Who´s this? What nationality is she? What city is she from/in? What country is she from/in?
    Mr Tanaka is in New York. What city is Mr Tanaka in?
    This is Bill __________________________________________
    The magazine is one pound forty __________________________________________
    Mr Duval is from France __________________________________________
    Mr Morgan is English __________________________________________
    There are three people at the bus stop __________________________________________
    This is Mr Morgan´s office __________________________________________
    That´s a German plane __________________________________________
    Mrs Morgan is in the United States __________________________________________

    This is the end of the chapters one to four. Thanks you.

    TEST 1: Alumno D. ______________________________________________ Fecha ___________________
    1. Mr Morgan, this is Mr Turner
    □ A. And you?
    □ B. How do you do!
    □ C. Fine, thank you!
    2. Is this Mrs Morgan?
    □ A. Yes, it is.
    □ B. Yes, she is.
    □ C. Mrs. Morgan is.
    3. What´s Miss Brown?
    □ A. It´s a secretary
    □ B. She´s secretary
    □ C. She´s a secretary
    4. Mr Duval is French
    □ A. What city is he from?
    □ B. Where is he?
    □ C. What nationality is he?
    5. What country is Tokyo in?
    □ A. It´s Japan
    □ B. It´s in Japan
    □ C. It´s Japanese
    6. This a radio
    □ A. Where is it?
    □ B. What´s this?
    □ C. What´s over there?
    7. ___________ a box of cigars
    □ A. That´s
    □ B. Those are
    □ C. This
    8. ____________ is that bicycle?
    □ A. Who
    □ B. How much
    □ C. What
    9. It´s a _________________
    □ A. big, green German car
    □ B. German, big green car
    □ C. green, German big car
    10. Which book is on the table?
    □ A. The red is
    □ B. The red one is
    □ C. The book is red

    11. ______________ dog is that?
    □ A. Who´s
    □ B. What kind of
    □ C. How many
    12. Mary Morgan is Mr Morgan´s daughter
    □ A. He´s her daughter
    □ B. She´s his daughter
    □ C. She´s her daughter
    13. Are you a student?
    □ A. Yes, I am
    □ B. Yes, we are
    □ C. Yes, you are
    14. I´m looking at her; ________ looking at me
    □ A. I´m
    □ B. she´s
    □ C. he´s
    15. Mrs Turner is next to Mrs Duval
    □ A. She´s next to him
    □ B. He´s next to her
    □ She´s next to her
    16. Twenty-three and fifty is ___________
    □ A. seventy-three
    □ B. three and seventy
    □ C. seven-three
    17. There _________ any milk in the glass
    □ A. is
    □ B. isn´t
    □ C. aren´t
    18. ______________ books on the desk?
    □ A. There are some
    □ B. There´s some
    □ C. There are any
    19. Who´s sitting, Mrs Morgan or Mr Morgan?
    □ A. Mr Morgan´s
    □ B. Is Mr Morgan
    □ C. Mr Morgan is
    20. Here you are!
    □ A. Please
    □ B. You´re welcome
    □ Thank you
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    BERT 5

    CHAPTER FIVE

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    about 5 o´clock alrededor de las 5 address dirección/señas almost casi
    almost 5 o´clock casi las 5 anyone alguien not anyone nadie
    anything algo not anything nada apple manzana
    at 5 o´clock a las 5 at home en casa by bus/train en autobús/tren
    calling (on the phone) llamando (por teléfono) clerk empleado clock reloj
    coming from viene de what … doing? ¿qué … haciendo? drinking bebiendo
    eat (eating) comer (comiendo) exactly exactamente exactly 5 o´clock las 5 en punto
    flight attendant azafata friend amigo/a coming from viene de
    going to va a holding tiene at home en casa
    hotel room habitación de hotel how is/are … going …? ¿cómo va/van …? language idioma
    letter carta listening escuchando midnight medianoche
    music música noon mediodía not anything/ anyone nada/nadie
    number Número phone number número de teléfono on the plane / bus dentro del avión /autobús
    on the telephone por teléfono on the phone hablar por teléfono passenger pasajero
    a quarter past … la/las … y cuarto postcard tarjeta, postal a quarter to / past menos cuarto / y cuarto
    read (reading) leer (leyendo) room habitación sandwich sándwich / emparedado
    smoke (smoking) fumar (fumando) someone alguien something algo
    speak (speaking) hablar (hablando) speaking / listening to them Les está hablando / escuchando going there / by va en / sale a
    it´s three-thirty son las tres y media what time is it? ¿qué hora es? going to va a
    writing to escribiendo a speaking to hablando a listening to escuchando a
    today hoy speaking to us hablándonos listening to us escuchándonos
    what lenguaje … speaking? ¿en qué idioma … hablando? writing escribiendo what time … coming (going)? ¿a qué hora viene / va?
    where … going? ¿a dónde va? What time is it? ¿Qué hora es? now ahora
    clock reloj it´s one o´clokc es la una en punto three-thirty las tres y media
    a quarter to four las cuatro menos cuarto a quarter past four las cuatro y cuarto noon mediodía
    midnight media noche almost casi about alrededor
    Mr Morgan is going to… el señor Morgan va a … it´s going to … va a… it´s coming from… viene de…
    he´s on the plane… está en el avión … where´s he going? ¿adónde va? she´s going there by bus va en autobús
    what time is the plane going to…? ¿a qué hora sale el avión para…? it´s going there at six oc´clok. sale a las seis en punto he is holding a magazine tiene una revista
    what´s she doing? ¿qué está haciendo? letter carta postcard postal
    address dirección today Hoy what language are they speaking? ¿en qué idioma están hablando?
    she is listening to him ella le está escuchando she´s listening to music ella escucha música apple manzana
    passengers pasajeros he´s calling his office está llamando a su oficina at home en casa
    hotel room habitación de hotel telephone numbers números telefónicos is there anything …? ¿hay algo…?
    there´s something… hay algo… there isn´t anyone … no hay nadie… is there anyone…? ¿hay alguien…?
    there´s someone… hay alguien… what time is the train to …? ¿a qué hora sale el tren para…? clerk empleado
    that train over there is the one to… el tren que está allá es el de…

    WHAT TIME IS IT? (¿Qué hora es?)
    - This is a clock. Look at the clock. It´s one o´clock.
    - Now, look at this clock! Is it one o´clock now?. No, it´s not. It´s two o´clock.
    - Is it two o´clock now? No, it´s not. What time is it? It´s three o´clock.
    - It´s three-thirty. It´s a quarter to four. It´s a quarter past four.
    6:00 six o´clock
    6:05 five past six
    6:10 ten past six
    6:15 a quarter past six
    6:30 six-thirty
    6:35 twenty-five to seven
    6:45 a quarter to seven
    6:50 ten to seven
    - It´s twelve o´clock. It´s noon. (de la mañana)
    - It´s twelve o´clock. It´s midnight. (de la noche)
    - Son casi las 5: It´s almost five o´clock
    - Son alrededor de las 5: It´s about five o´clock
    - Son las 5 en punto: It´s exactly five o´clock
    - Is it three o´clock now? (no) ___________________; Is it two o´clock? (no) ___________________
    - Is it two o´clock or one o´clock? __________________
    MR MORGAN IS GOING TO NEW YORK
    - There are two planes in the picture –an American one and an English one-.
    - The American plane is at the airport in New York. It´s going to London.
    - What about the English plane?. The English one isn´t going to London. It´s coming from London.
    - Mr Morgan is on the English plane. Where´s he going? ________________________
    - Mr Phillips is on the American plane. He´s coming _________________ and he´s going ___________.
    - Which plane is going to London? The American one is.
    - And which plane is coming from London?. The English one is.
    - Is the American plane going to Paris? _______________________________
    - Is it going to Paris or London? _______________________________
    - And what about the English plane? _______________________________
    - Is Mr Phillips on the English plane? _____________. Which plane is he on? ______________________
    - Is Mr Morgan going to London? _______________________________
    - Is he going to London or coming from London? ______________________________


    IS SHE GOING BY BUS?
    - The bus is going to Washington. Mrs Johnson is on the bus. She´s going to Washington by bus.
    - This train is going to Marseille. Mr and Mrs Duval are on the train. They´re going to Marseille by train.
    - Is Mrs Johnson going to Washington by train? __________________________________
    - Is she going by plane? __________________________________
    - How is she going to Washington? __________________________________
    - Are Mr and Mrs Duval going to Washington? __________________________________
    - Are they going to Washington or Marseilles? __________________________________
    - Are they going there by bus? __________________________________
    - How are they going there? __________________________________
    - Is Mrs Johnson going to Marseilles too? __________________________________
    - Where´s she going? __________________________________
    - Is she going there by car? __________________________________
    - How´s she going there? __________________________________
    - Who´s in the train? __________________________________
    - Are they going to Marseilles by plane or by train? __________________________________
    - Where´s Mrs Johnson going? __________________________________
    - How´s she going there? __________________________________
    What time is the plane going to London? It´s going there al twelve o´clock
    - Where´s the plane going? __________________________________
    - What time is it going there? __________________________________
    - What´s going to Marseilles, the bus or the train? __________________________________
    - What time is it going there? __________________________________
    What time is the bus going to Washington? It´s going there at a quarter past two.
    - What time is Mr Morgan going to the office? (8:30) __________________________________
    - What time is Mrs Morgan coming here? (6:40) __________________________________
    - What time are you going to the restaurant? (12:10) __________________________________
    - What time are Mr and Mrs Duval going to the station? (4:15) _____________________________

    AT THE AIRPORT
    - These people are going to New York. They´re going there by plane. Are they on the plane now? No, they´re not. They´re at the airport. Mr Morgan is holding a magazine. He´s reading it. Is he reading a French magazine? ___________________. He´s reading an American magazine. What about Mr Bennett? Mr Bennett isn´t reading. He´s smoking. Is he smoking a cigar? No, he´s not. He´s smoking a cigarette.
    - And what about Mrs Bennett? Is she smoking? No, she´s not. What´s she doing? She´s writing. Is she writing a letter? No, she´s not. She´s writing a postcard to a friend. Look at the postcard!. What´s the name on the postcard? It´s “Mary Anderson”. Look under the name!. That´s an address. The address is: “12, Regents´s Park Road, London N.W. 1”. Is that Mary Anderson´s address? Yes, it is. Mrs Bennett is writing a postcard to her friend, Mary Anderson, in London.
    - Is Mr Morgan smoking? _________________. Is he smoking or reading? ________________________
    - Is Mr Bennett reading too? _________________. What´s he doing? ____________________________
    - Is Mrs Bennett writing? _____________________. Is she writing a letter? _______________________
    - What´s she writing? ____________________________
    - Where are these people? ______________________________________________
    - Is Mr Morgan writing a letter? ______________________________________________
    - What´s he doing? ______________________________________________
    - Is Mr Bennett smoking? ______________________________________________
    - Is he smoking a cigar? ______________________________________________
    - What´s he smoking? ______________________________________________
    - Is Mrs Bennett reading? ______________________________________________
    - Is she reading or writing? ______________________________________________
    - Is she writing a postcard? ______________________________________________
    - What´s under the name? ______________________________________________
    - What´s the address? ______________________________________________
    - Is she writing the postcard to Mr Bennett or to Mary Anderson? ________________________________

    SPEAKING AND LISTENING
    - Look at Mr and Mrs Schulz!. Are they reading? No, they´re not. They´re speaking. Mr Schulz is speaking to Mrs Schulz. They´re speaking German.
    - Are Mr and Mrs Morgan speaking too? Yes, they are. Are they speaking French?. No, they´re not. What language are they speaking? They´re speaking English. Is Mrs Morgan looking at Mr Schulz? No, she´s not. She´s looking at Mr Morgan.
    - Mr Bennett is speaking too. Is he speaking to Mrs Morgan? No, he´s not. Who´s he speaking to? He´s speaking to Mrs Bennett. Mrs Bennett is listening to Mr Bennett. He´s speaking to her, and she´s listening to him.
    - What about Miss Santos? She´s not speaking. She´s listening too. Is she listening to Mr Bennett? No, she´s not. She´s listening to music.
    - Are Mr and Mrs Schulz speaking? ___________________________________
    - What language are they speaking? ___________________________________
    - Is Mr Bennett speaking to Mrs Morgan? _________________________________
    - Who´s he speaking to? ___________________________________
    - Is Mrs Bennett listening to me? _________________________________
    - Who´s she listening to? ___________________________________
    - And what´s Miss Santos doing? ___________________________________

    EATING AND DRINKING
    - What´s Mr Morgan doing now? Is he speaking?. Is he reading? He isn´t speaking, and he isn´t reading either. He´s eating. He´s eating a sandwich. Mrs Bennett is eating too. What´s she eating, a sandwich or an apple? She´s eating an apple.
    - Now look at Mr Schulz!. He isn´t eating. He´s drinking. Is he drinking a glass of wine? No, he´s not. He´s drinking a cup of coffee. He´s sitting next to his wife and drinking a cup of coffee. Is Mrs Schulz drinking too? No, she´s not. She´s speaking to Mr Schulz.
    - Is Mr Bennett drinking? ___________________________________
    - Is he drinking or eating? ___________________________________
    - Is he eating an apple? ___________________________________
    - What´s he eating? ___________________________________
    - Who´s eating an apple? ___________________________________
    - Is Mr Schulz eating too? ___________________________________
    - What´s he doing? ___________________________________
    - Is he drinking a cup of tea? ___________________________________
    - What´s he drinking? ___________________________________
    - Are Mr and Mrs Bennett writing? ___________________________________
    - Are they reading or eating? ___________________________________
    - Is Mr Bennett eating an apple? ___________________________________
    - What´s he eating? ___________________________________
    - Is Mr Schulz eating or drinking? ___________________________________
    - What´s he drinking? ___________________________________
    - Who´s he sitting next to? ___________________________________
    - Is she drinking too? ___________________________________
    - Is she eating or speaking? ___________________________________
    - Who´s she speaking to? ___________________________________

    THE AIRHOSTESS IS SPEAKING TO THEM
    - The plane is going to New York. The airhostess is standing in front of the passengers. And what are the passengers doing? They´re sitting and listening to the airhostess. They´re listening to her, and she´s speaking to them.
    - They´re listening to her. She´s speaking to them
    - Is the airhostess sitting? _____________________________________
    - Is she sitting or standing? _____________________________________
    - Is she listening or speaking? _____________________________________
    - Is she speaking to me? _____________________________________
    - Who´s she speaking to? _____________________________________
    - And what are the passengers doing? _____________________________________
    I´m speaking to the airhostess She´s listening to me.
    - Mrs Bennett is speaking to Mr Bennett He´s _________________________________
    - We´re speaking to the children They´re _______________________________
    - The students are speaking to the teacher He´s _________________________________
    - I´m speaking to you You´re _______________________________

    Fill in the correct word: at, of, to, by, from.
    - The plane is ______ the airport: - Bill and Mary are going ______ New York
    - We´re coming __________ London. - Are you going _______ train?
    - Mr Schulz is drinking a cup _____ coffee
    Fill in the blanks using the words in the box.
    - Miss Santos is ___________________ to the radio. reading
    - The airhostess is ____________________ to the passengers speaking
    - Who´s _____________ that newspaper? going
    - Mrs Bennett is _________________ the name on the postcard listening
    - Is this bus ___________________ to Washington? sitting
    - The passengers are ___________________ coffee writing
    - Who´s ____________________ in Mrs Morgan chair? coming
    - Mr Bennett is ____________________ a sandwich eating
    - The teacher is __________________ at the map drinking
    - The English plane is ______________ from London. looking
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    MR MORGAN IS ON THE PHONE
    - What´s Mr Morgan doing now? He´s on the phone. He´s calling his office.
    - Who´s speaking to? He´s speaking to his secretary, Janet Brown.
    - Whrere´s Mr Morgan? Is he at home?. No, he´s not. He´s in New York. He´s in his hotel room in New York
    - Janet is at the office in London.
    - What number is Mr Morgan calling? He´s calling 629-4397 (six-two-nine—four-three-nine-seven)
    - Is Mr Morgan on the phone? ____________________________________
    - Is he speaking to you? ____________________________________
    - Who´s he speaking to? __________________________________
    - Is he at home now? ______________________ Where´s he? __________________________
    - Is he calling you or his secretary? __________________________________
    Write out the telephone numbers:
    373-5486 ________________________________________________________________
    228-6951 ________________________________________________________________
    346-2758 ________________________________________________________________
    629-4713 ________________________________________________________________

    THERE ISN´T ANYTHING ON THE CHAIR
    - Is there an ashtray on the chair? _______________________________________
    - What´s there on the chair? _______________________________________
    - Is there anything on the desk? Yes, there is. There´s something on the desk.
    - What´s there on the desk? (ashtray) _______________________________________
    - Is there a man in the car? (no) _______________________________________
    - Who´s there in the car? (not anyone) _______________________________________
    - Is there anyone next to the car? (yes) _______________________________________
    - Who´s next to the car? (Mr Morgan) _______________________________________
    - Is there anything…? No, __________________ Yes, _________________________
    - Is there anyone? No, __________________ Yes, _________________________
    - Is there anything on the desk? _______________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! There isn´t anything on the desk, or there´s something on the desk?
    _______________________________________
    - What´s there on the desk? _______________________________________
    - Is there anyone next to the car? _______________________________________
    - I beg your pardon!. There isn´t anyone next to the car, or there´s someone next to the car?
    ________________________________________
    - Is there anyone in the car? ________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon!. There´s someone in the car, or there isn´t anyone in the car?
    ________________________________________

    There´s something in the glass (cup) There isn´t anything in the cup
    - There´s something under the chair (table) ________________________________________
    - There´s someone in front of the car (bus) ________________________________________
    - There´s something on Mr Morgan´s desk (chair) ______________________________________
    - There´s someone on the bus (train) ________________________________________
    - There´s something next to the chair (desk) ________________________________________

    Fill the correct word: anything, something, anyone, someone.
    - This is Mr Morgan´s office in London. Is Mr Morgan in his office? No, he´s not. Who´s in Mr Morgan´s office? There isn´t _________________ in his office.
    - Look at the table in Mr Morgan´s office. Is there a book on the table?. No, there isn´t. Is there a magazine?. No, there isn´t a magazine either. Is there _______________ on the table?. Yes, there is. There´s _________________ on the table. It´s a newspaper. Is there _______________ next to the newspaper?. No, there isn´t. There isn´t ___________________ next to it.
    - Now look at Janet´s office. Is there a newspaper on Janet´s desk too? No, there isn´t. Is there _______________ on her desk?. Yes, there is. There´s _____________ on her desk. It´s her typewriter.
    - Is Mr Morgan in Janet´s office? No, he´s not. Is there _____________ in Janet´s office? Yes, there is. There´s ____________ in her office. Whos´s in Janet´s office? Janet is, of course!
    WHICH TRAIN IS GOING TO BRIGHTON?
    Mr and Mrs Morgan are at the station in London now. They´re going to Brighton.
    - Mr Morgan: Excuse me! What time is the train to Brighton?
    - Clerk: It´s at ten o´clock
    - Mr Morgan: What time is it now, please?
    - Clerk: It´s a quarter to ten
    - Mr Morgan: And which train is it? Is it this one here?
    - Clerk: No, this one´s going to Manchester. The train over there is the one to Brighton.
    - Mr Morgan: Oh, thanks very much.

    REVIEW
    Listen! Is it two o´clock? (no) __________________; What time is it now? (one) ____________________
    And what about now? Is it three o´clock? (no) _______________; What time is it now? (two) ___________
    Listen to Mr Morgan and Janet. They´re at the office now.
    - Hello, Janet - Hello, Mr Morgan
    Answer! Is Mr Morgan speaking to someone? _____________________________________________
    Is he speaking to me? _____________________________________________
    Who´s Mr Morgan speaking to? _____________________________________________
    And what about Janet? Is Janet speaking too? _____________________________________________
    Is she speaking to you or to Mr Morgan? _____________________________________________
    Listen again! - A cap of coffee, Mr Morgan? - Coffee? Yes, thank you, Janet.
    Answer! What´s Mr Morgan doing? Is he eating something? _________________________________
    I beg your pardon! He´s eating something or he´s not eating anything? ___________________________
    Is Mr Morgan drinking something? _____________; Is he drinking water or coffee? ___________________
    - Here´s your coffee, Mr Morgan. And here´s your newspaper. - Thanks, Janet.
    Is Mr Morgan reading something? ______________________________________________
    I beg your pardon! He´s reading something, or he´s not reading anything? __________________________
    Is he reading a magazine? _________________; What´s he reading? ______________________________
    - Janet! -Yes, Mr Morgan.
    - What time is it? - It´s almost ten o´clock
    - Almost ten o´clok? Thank you
    Is it eleven o´clock now? ________________; Is it eleven o´clock or ten o´clock? ___________________
    Is it exactly ten o´clock or about ten o´clock? _________________________ Aha! It´s almost ten o´clock
    - It´s almost ten o´clock, Mr Morgan - Almost ten?
    - Yes, it´s almost ten, and you´re going to the airport at eleven. - Oh, yes, that´s right. I´m going to the airport at eleven.
    Is Mr Morgan going to the airport now? __________________________________________________
    What time is Mr Morgan going to the airport? ____________________________________________
    - Oh, yes, that´s right. I´m going to the airport at eleven.
    - Yes, and your plane to New York is at noon.
    Is Mr Morgan going to Washington? ______________; Where´s Mr Morgan going? ____________________
    Is he going to New York by train? ________________; How is he going to New York? _________________
    Is his plane at eleven o´clock? __________________________
    What time is his plane, at eleven o´clock or at noon? ___________________________________________
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    BERT 6

    CHAPTER SIX

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    a lot of coffee mucho café a lot of sacks muchos costales Monday is after Sunday el lunes es después del domingo
    the day after tomorrow pasado mañana also también at the shop en la tienda
    bank banco the day before yesterday anteayer Tuesday is before Wednesday el martes en antes del miércoles
    blouse blusa business hours horas de trabajo calendar calendario
    cheap barato/a church iglesia closed cerrado/a
    clothes ropa cost(s) costar (cuesta) how much does it cost? ¿cuánto cuesta?
    day día What day is today? ¿Qué día es hoy? the days of the week los dias de la semana
    dress vestido during durante What else…? ¿Qué más …?
    every day todos los días open every day abierto/a todos los días except Sunday menos los domingos
    expansive caro there are only a few hay sólo unos cuantos Friday El viernes
    hand mano have (has) tener (tiene) do you have…? ¿tiene usted…?
    How much coffee is in the sack? ¿Cuánto café hay en el costal? How much does it cost? ¿Cuánto cuesta? jacket chaqueta
    Jamaican jamaicano I don´t know no lo sé know saber
    left izquierda on the left a la izquierda less menos
    less than the dress menos que el vestido little poco only a little sólo un poco
    lorry camion many muchos/as Monday El lunes
    money dinero month mes more más
    more than the suit mMás que el traje morning mañana Monday morning El lunes por la mañana
    how much does it cost? ¿cuánto cuesta? how much is is? ¿cuánto cuesta? on the left/right a la izquierda/ derecha
    on Saturday, Sunday, etc el sábado, el domingo, etc only a few sólo unos cuantos only a litte sólo un poco
    open abierto post office oficina de correos on the right a la derecha
    sack costal, saco Saturday el sábado see(s) ver(ve)
    shirt camisa skirt falda I´m sorry lo siento
    Suit traje Sunday el domingo sure seguro
    I´m not sure no estoy seguro more/less than más/menos que Thursday el jueves
    tie corbata tomorrow mañana trousers pantalones
    Tuesday el martes was(n´t) fue/no fue; era/no era Wednesday el miércoles
    week semana five days a week cinco días a la semana weekend fin de semana
    over the weekend el fin de semana what day is today? ¿qué día es hoy? what does he have? ¿qué tiene él?
    when is it open? ¿cuándo está abierto/a? yesterday ayer not much poco (singular; cosas que no se pueden contar)
    only a little sólo un poco (singular; cosas que no se pueden contar) not many pocos (que no se puede contar) only a few sólo unos cuantos (cosas que no se pueden contar)
    does he have …? tiene …? he doesn´t have … no tiene… salesman vendedor
    let´s see… veamos… Is this Monday? ¿Es lunes? before ántes
    after después Sunday domingo / el domingo Monday lunes /el lunes
    Tuesday martes / el martes Wednesday miércoles / el miércoles Thursday jueves / el jueves
    Friday viernes /el viernes Saturday sábado / el sábado What day is it? ¿Qué día es?
    It´s Friday Es viernes tomorrow mMañana yesterday ayer
    What day is today? ¿Qué día es hoy? the day after tomorrow pasado mañana week semana
    month mMes How many weeks are there in a month? ¿Cuántas semanas tiene un mes? The shop is close on Sunday La tienda está cerrada los domingos
    five days a week cinco días a la semana every days except Sunday todos los días menos los domingos business hours horas de trabajo
    post office oficina de correos from Monday to Saturday de lunes a sábado from nine o´clok to tour o´clock de nueve a cuatro
    sack saco, costal there isn´t much coffe in the cup no hay mucho café en la taza there´s only a little sólo hay un poco
    not much poco only a little solo un poco not many pocos
    only a few solo unos cuantos in Mrs. Morgan´s hand en la mano de la señora Morgan she has… ella tiene…
    does she have…? ¿tiene…? right derecha yes, she does. sï, sí tiene.
    left izquierda no, she doesn´t. no, no tiene. do you have…? ¿tiene usted…?
    I´m sorry lo siento do you have coffe? ¿tiene café? clothes shop tienda de ropa
    see ver jacket chaqueta trousers pantalones
    suit traje tie corbata shirt camisa
    money dinero expensive caro cheap barato
    less than menos que What do you see? ¿Qué ves?


    Sunday
    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday Is Monday before Tuesday?. Yes, ____________
    Is Monday after Wednesday? No, _______________
    What day is after Wednesday? _________________
    Is Sunday before or after Saturday? _________________
    And what day is before Saturday? __________________
    Friday. Is this Monday? __________________________
    Is it Thursday? _________________________________
    What day is it? _________________________________
    Is Friday between Thursday and Saturday? ___________. Friday is ____________ Saturday and _____________ Thursday.

    - Is Monday before Tuesday? ____________________; Is Saturday before Friday? ______________
    - What day is before Friday? _______________; And what day is before Thursday? ______________
    - Is Tuesday before Monday? _______________
    - Is it before Monday or after Monday? ________________________
    - What day is between Tuesday and Thursday? ____________________________________________
    Today is Wednesday. Tomorrow is Thursday. Yesterday was Tuesday
    - Is today Thursday? ___________________; What day is today? Today is ______________________
    - What about tomorrow? What day is tomorrow? Is tomorrow Friday? ___________________________
    - Tomorrow is ________________. And what about the day after tomorrow? The day after ___________ is ____________________.
    - What about yesterday? Was yesterday Tuesday? ________________ Was the day before yesterday Sunday? __________________. The day before yesterday _______________________.
    - A week. Is this a day? ______________ It´s _________________
    - How many days are there in a week? ____________________________________________________
    - A month. And what´s this?. Is this a week too? ____________ This is __________________________
    - How many weeks are there in a month?. ___________________________ in ____________________
    - Are there seven days in a week? _____________________________________________
    - And how many weeks are there in a month? _____________________________________________
    - Today is Wednesday. Is tomorrow Friday? _____________________________________________
    - What day is tomorrow? _____________________________________________
    - And what´s the day after tomorrow? _____________________________________________
    - Was yesterday Tuesday? _____________________________________________
    - Was the day before yesterday Sunday? _____________________________________________
    - What was the day before yesterday? _____________________________________________
    Look at the calendar. Today is Monday, 7
    - What day is today? ______________________; What about tomorrow? ________________________
    - What day was yesterday? __________________;
    - What was the day before yesterday? ____________________________________________________
    - And what about the day after tomorrow? _________________________________________________

    THE SHOP IS CLOSED ON SUNDAY
    - Today is Sunday. Is there anyone in the shop?. No, ___________. The shop is _____________ today.
    - Today is Monday. Is there anyone in the shop today?. Yes, ___________. The shop is ________ on Monday

    THE CHURCH IS OPEN EVERY DAY
    - The bank is open on Monday. It´s also open on Tuesday. Is it open on Wednesday? Yes, __________.
    - Is it open on Wednesday?. Yes, __________. And it´s open on Thursday and Friday too.
    - The bank is open five days a week. Is it closed on Saturday and Sunday? Yes, _________
    - The bank is __________ over the weekend, but it´s __________ during the week.
    - The church is open during the week and also over the weekend.
    - It´s open seven days a week.
    - What about the shop?. The shop is open during the week and on Saturday too.
    - Is it open every day? No, ________. The shop is open every day except ___________.
    - Is the bank open on Sunday? __________________________________________
    - Is it open or closed on Sunday? __________________________________________
    - What´s open on Sunday, the bank or the church? ____________________________________
    - Is the shop open every day? __________________________________________
    - Is it open every day, or every day except Sunday? ____________________________________
    - The shop is open six days a week.

    WHEN IS IT OPEN?
    Business hours
    Post office Monday - Saturday 9:00 – 5:00
    Bank Monday – Friday 9:30 – 3:00
    Shop Monday – Saturday 9:30 – 6:30

    - The post office is open six days a week. It´s open from Monday to Saturday.
    - Is it open from nine o´clock to four o´clock? ______________________
    - When is it open? It´s open from ____________ to __________ from______________ to ___________
    - What about the shop? The shop is open from ___________________ to _________________, six days a week.
    - Is the bank open from eight o´clock ti five o´clock? _______________________________________
    - When is it open? ____________________________________________________
    - What´s open on Saturday, the bank or the shop? ________________________________________
    - Is the bank close during the week or over the weekend? ______________________________________
    - How many days a week is the post office open? ________________________________________
    - What day is the shop closed? ________________________________________
    - Is the bank open from nine-thirty to four o´clock or from nine-thirty to three o´clok? _______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - Is the post office open from Monday to Friday or from Monday to Saturday? ______________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________

    THERE´S A LOT OF COFEE. (much, little no se puede contar; a lot of, a few  se puede contar, unos cuantos)
    - Look! This is a sack. There´s coffee in the sack. It´s a sack of coffee. Is there a lot of coffee in the sack? Yes, there is. There´s a lot of coffee in the sack.
    - Look at the cup on the desk. Is there a lot of coffee in the cup too?. No, there isn´t. There isn´t much coffee in the cup. There´s only a little.
    - Are there a lot of sacks on the ship? Yes, there are. Are there a lot of sacks on the lorry too? No, there aren´t. There aren´t many sacks on the lorry. There are only a few.
    - Is there a lot of coffee in the sack? ______________________________________________
    - Is there a lot of coffee in the cup too? ______________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! There´s a lot of coffee, or there isn´t much coffee in the cup? __________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - Are there a lot of sacks on the lorry? ______________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! There are a lot of sacks, or there aren´t many sacks on the lorry? ______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________

    THERE´S ONLY A LITTLE COFFEE
    - There aren´t many sacks. There are only a few sacks.
    - There isn´t much coffee. There´s only a little coffe
    - Is there a lot of coffee in the sack? ______________________________________________
    - Is there a lot of coffee in the cup too? ______________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! There´s a lot of coffee. Or there isn´t much coffee in the cup? _________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - Are there a lot of sacks on the lorry? ______________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! There are a lot of sacks of there aren´t many sacks on the lorry? _______________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - There´s a lot of coffee in the cup.
     There isn´t much coffee in the cup
     There´s only a little coffee in the cup.
    - There are a lot of milk in the bottle
     ________________________________________________
     ________________________________________________
    - There are a lot of people on the bus
     ________________________________________________
     ________________________________________________
    - There´s a lot of water in the jug
     ________________________________________________
     ________________________________________________
    - There´s a lot of secretaries at the office.
     ________________________________________________
     ________________________________________________

    AT THE SHOP
    - Today is Monday. It´s five past nine on Monday morning. The shop is open now. Is there anyone in the shop?. Yes, there is. There´s a man in the shop. He´s the salesman. Mrs Morgan is in the shop too.
    - Is there anything in Mrs Morgan´s hand? Yes, there is. There´s a packet in her hand. She has a packet of tea in her hand. Does she have the packet in her right hand?. Yes, she does. She has it in her hand.
    - Does she have anything in her left hand?. No she doesn´t have anything in her left hand.
    - Do you have a car? - Yes, I do - No, I don’t. I don’t have a car.
    - Does he have a car? - Yes, he does - No, he doesn´t. He doesn´t have a car.
    - Is the salesman in the shop? Yes, _______________. Is Mrs Morgan in the shop too? _____________
    - Does she have anything in her hand? ______________________________________________
    - What does she have in her hand? ______________________________________________
    - Does she have it in her left hand or in her right hand? _______________________________________
    - Does she have anything I her left hand? ______________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon!. She has something in her left hand, or she doesn´t have anything in her left hand? ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - What day is today? (Monday) ______________________________________________
    - Is the shop closed or open today? ______________________________________________
    - Is there a man in the shop? ______________________________________________
    - Is he a customer or a salesman? ______________________________________________
    - Is Mrs Morgan in the shop too? ______________________________________________
    - Is there anything in her hand? ______________________________________________
    - Does she have coffee or tea in her hand? ______________________________________________
    - Does she have it in her left hand or in his right hand? ________________________________________
    - Do I have a red car? Yes, you do. No, you don´t.
    - Do you have a cigarette? Yes, _____________ No, __________________
    - Does Mr Morgan have any papers on the desk? Yes, _____________ No, __________________
    - Do you and her husband have a car? Yes, _____________ No, __________________
    - Does Mrs Morgan have a magazine in her hand? Yes, _____________ No, __________________
    - Do I have any children? Yes, _____________ No, __________________
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    Fill in with have, has, do, or does
    - I have a radio on my desk
    - Mr Morgan ____________ an English newspaper
    - _________ the Morgans ____________ have any children?
    - Mrs Duval _________ a French magazine in her hand
    - The secretaries ____________ black typewriters
    - __________ Mr Turner _________ a big desk in his office?
    - We ____________ a small lorry
    - ________ I _________ a book in my left hand?
    - ________ you __________ any coffee?

    DO YOU HAVE COFFE?
    - Look at the picture! Is Mrs Morgan speaking to anyone? Yes, she is. She´s speaking to someone. She´s speaking to the salesman.
    - Mrs. Morgan: Excuse me, do you have any coffee?
    - Salesman: Yes, we do. We have Colombian coffee.
    - Mrs Morgan: Dou you have Brazilian coffee?
    - Salesman: No, we don´t. I´m sorry
    - Is Mrs Morgan speaking to you? ___________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon. She´s speaking to you or she isn´t speaking to you? ______________________
    - Who´s she speaking to? ___________________________________________
    - Are they speaking English? ___________________________________________
    - Do they have coffee in the shop? ___________________________________________
    - Do they have Brazilian coffee in the sop? ___________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! They have Brazilian coffee or the don´t have Brazilian coffee? _______________ ________________________________________________________________________________
    - What kind of coffee do they have? ___________________________________________
    Mr Turner has a brown chair (Mr Duval) Does Mr Duval have a brown chair too?
    - Mr Phillips has a big family (Mrs Morgan) ___________________________________________
    - The secretary has a typewriter (we) ___________________________________________
    - Mrs Schulz has two sons (I) ___________________________________________
    - I have a small office (you) ___________________________________________
    - Mr Phillips has a Japanese car (you and your wife) _____________________________________
    Does John have a son and a daughter? He has a son, but he doesn´t have a daughter
    - Do I have a son and a daughter? ___________________________________________
    - Do these garages have doors and windows? ___________________________________________
    - Do you have a car and a bicycle? ___________________________________________
    - Does that secretary have a typewriter and a calculator? ____________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________
    - Does this restaurant have wine and beer? ____________________________________________
    - Mr Morgan has a car What does Mr Morgan have?
    - Mrs Duval has a red car What colour car does Mrs Duval have?
    - I have an Italian car What kind of car do I have?
    - Mr Morgan has a car Who has a car?
    - Mr Morgan only has one cup of coffee How many cups of coffee does Mr Morgan have?
    - He has the cup of coffee on his desk Where does he have the cup of coffee?
    - He only has a little coffee in the cup How much coffee does he have in the cup?
    I have a Japanese car What kind of car do you have?
    - Mrs Duval has a cassette player. _____________________________________________
    - Miss López has three brothers _____________________________________________
    - The secretary has a white telephone _____________________________________________
    - Mr Phillips has an English bicycle _____________________________________________
    - The shop has a lot of coffee _____________________________________________
    - Mr O´Connor has his car in the garage _____________________________________________

    HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
    - Look at Mrs Morgan! She´s standing in front of Campbell´s. It´s a clothes shop. What´s in the window? What does she see? She see clothes.
    - On the right there´s a man´s jacket and trousers. The jacket and the trousers are grey. It´s a grey suit. There´s also a tie and a shirt.
    - What else does Mrs Morgan see in the window? Does she see a women´s clothes? Yes, she does. They´re over there on the left. How many dresses does she see? She only sees one dress. She sees a skirt and a blouse too.
    - Look at the dress!. How much is it?. Is it forty pounds? No, it´s not. It´s fifty pounds. The dress costs fifty pounds. Does the skirt cost fifty pounds too? No, it doesn´t. How much does the skirt cost? It costs thirty-five pounds. And what about the tie? The tie only costs eight pounds.
    - How much does the man´s suit cost? It costs a hundred and eighty pounds. A hundred and eighty pounds? That´s a lot of money!. That´s expensive! That´s a very expensive suit. Is the tie expensive too? No, it´s not. The tie is cheap.
    - Does the blouse cost thirty pounds? No, it doesn´t. What costs thirty pounds? The shirt does. And how much does the blouse cost? It costs fifteen pounds. The shirt costs more than the blouse. Does the shirt cost more than the dress too? the shirt costs less than the dress.
    - Does Mrs Morgan see a dress in the window? _______________________________________
    - I beg your pardon!. She sees a dress in the window or she doesn´t see a dress in the window? _______ ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - Does the dress cost seventy pounds? ________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! It costs seventy pounds or it doesn´t cost seventy pounds? ____________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
    - How much does it cost? ________________________________________
    - Does the blouse cost more than the dress? ________________________________________
    - Does it cost more than the dress or less than the dress? ______________________________________
    - And what about the suit? ________________________________________
    - Is Mrs Morgan standing in front of a bank or a shop? ________________________________________
    - How many ties does she see in the window? ________________________________________
    - Are the women´s clothes on the right or on the left? ________________________________________
    - What costs fifty pounds? ________________________________________
    - How much does the blouse cost? ________________________________________
    - Is the man´s suit cheap or expensive? ________________________________________
    - Does the tie cost more or less than the dress? ________________________________________
    - And what costs more than the dress? ________________________________________
    a cup of coffe ----- 40 p: a cup of tea -------------- 25 p
    - A cup of coffee costs more than a cup of tea A cup of tea costs less than a cup of coffee
    a typewriter ------- £ 189,54; a cassette player ------- £ 27.20
    - ____________________________________ ______________________________________
    a bottle of beer ---- £ 1,45 three pints of beer ------ £ 4,80
    - ____________________________________ ______________________________________
    a bottle of wine ---- £ 3,00 two bottles of milk ------ 40 p
    - ____________________________________ ______________________________________
    Fill in the blanks with more than or less than
    - A car costs ________________________ a bicycle
    - Twenty dresses cost _________________ one dress
    - A cup of coffee costs _________________ a sack of coffee
    - A suit costs ________________________ a tie
    - A glass of wine costs _________________ a bottle of wine
    - A plane costs _______________________ a car
    - One cigarette costs __________________ a box of cigars
    - An expensive suits costs ________________ a cheap one
    - Look! - What´s in there? - I see a man. - what´s he doing?
    - He´s sitting at a big desk and smoking. He´s smoking a cigar. There´s a big box of cigars on the table in front of him. - What kind of cigars are they? - They´re Jamaican cigars.
    - What else do you see? What else is he doing? - I´m not sure. I see papers. There are some papers on the desk in front of him. - How many papers? - A lot of papers!
    - What else do you see? What else does he have? - Money! He has money in his hand.
    - Money? How much money? - He only has a little money. I only see a few ponds
    - What´s he doing? Whose money is it? Is it his money? - I don´t know. I don´t know!

    REVIEW
    Mr Morgan is in a shop now.
    - I beg your pardon! Do you have any Cuban cigars?
    - No, I´m sorry. I don´t. But I have some very good American ones.
    - Does the man have any cigars? ______________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! He has some cigars or he doesn´t have any cigars? ________________________
    - Does he have any Cuban cigars’ ______________________________________
    - He has some Cuban cigars or he doesn´t have any Cuban cigars? _____________________________
    - Does he have any American cigars? _______________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! What does he have? ______________________________________
    - Do I have any American cigars? ______________________________________
    - Do you have any American cigars? ______________________________________
    Listen to the man in the shop
    - No, I´m sorry, I don’t. But I have some very good American ones and some Jamaican ones.
    - How much do they cost?
    - The American ones are one pound five pence and the Jamaican ones are two pounds five pence
    - Are the Jamaican cigars cheap? (no) _______________________________________
    - Are they cheap or expensive? _______________________________________
    - Do the Jamaican cigars cost five pounds? _______________________________________
    - How much do the Jamaican cigars cost? ______________________________________
    - Do the Jamaican cigars cost less than the American ones? ___________________________________
    - Do they cost less or more than the American ones? _______________________________________
    Listen again
    - How much do they cost?
    - The American ones are one pound five pence and the Jamaican cigars ones are two pounds five pence. But I don´t have many Jamaican ones. I only have a few.
    - How many do you have?
    - Let´s see. I have … three … four …five … six. I have six Jamaican cigars, but I have a lot of American ones.
    - Does the man in the shop have a lot of Jamaican cigars? ________________________________
    - Does he have a lot of Jamaican cigars or only a few? ________________________________
    - He doesn´t have a lot of cigars. He only has a few.
    - He doesn´t have a lot of money. He only has a little.
    - I don´t have a lot of books. I only have __________________
    - We don´t have a lot of time. We only ____________________
    - The man doesn´t have a lot of cigars. He _________________
    Listen to Mr Morgan and the man in the shop.
    - Ok. Give me five American cigars and five Jamaican ones.
    - Here you are. That´s fifteen pounds fifty, please.
    - Here´s five … ten … firteen pounds … and fifty pence.
    - Thank you.
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    BERT 7

    CHAPTER SEVEN

    V O C A B U L A R I O
    a.m. de la mañana after después afternoon tarde
    again otra vez all todo at all en absoluto
    always siempre asleep dormido/a be asleep estar dormido/a
    at all en absoluto at night por la noche at the door en la puerta
    back de vuelta be back at home volver a casa go back volver
    get back volver a bed cama go to bed irse a la cama
    before antes before she goes to bed antes de irse a la cama breakfast desayuno
    building edificio by por by ten o´clok cuando den las diez
    cinema cine go to the cinema ir al cine car radio radio del coche
    company compañía concert concierto dinner cena
    dressed vestida get dressed vestirse drink(s) beber (bebe)
    drive(s) conduir (conduce) early temprano eat(s) comer (come)
    Egyptian egipcio/a who else…? ¿quién mas..? evening noche
    ever alguna vez filter cigarettes cigarrillos con filtro first … then primero … y después
    fish pescado flat apartmento for breakfast para el desayuno
    from right to left de derecha a izquierda get back volver a get dressed/ undressed vestirse / desvestirse
    get home volver a casa get off / on bajarse, salir / subir get to llegar a
    get up levantarse go back volver go home ir a casa
    go out alir (de paseo) go to bed irse a la cama go to lucnh ir a almorzar
    get / go home volver / ir a casa hot dog hot dog in bed en la cama
    late tarde leave(s) salir(salirse) left I
    from right to left de derecha a izquierda live(s) vivir (vive) lunch almuerzo
    meat carne morning mañana in the morning por la mañana
    never nunca nice agradable her flat is nice su apartamento es agradable
    night noche at night por la noche when dinner is over cuando termina la cena
    p.m. por la tarde potatoes patatas really? ¿verdad?
    relax(es) descansar (descansa) Russian rusos salad ensalada
    sleep(s) dormir (duerme) smoke(s) fumar (fuma) sometimes algunas veces
    soup sopa spaghetti paghtti speak(s) hablar (habla)
    stay(s) quedarse (se queda) stay in bed quedarse en la cama then después
    first … then primero… después they ellos they speak Italian in Rome en Roma se habla italiano
    till hasta toast tostada type escribir a máquina
    undressed desvestirse get undressed desvestirse until hasta
    usually generalmente vegetables verduras vodka vodka
    walk(s) caminar (camina) watch(s) mirar (mira) when does she get up? ¿cuándo se levanta?
    when dinner is over cuando termina la cena who else…? ¿quién más? with con
    with a friend con un amigo/a with dinner con la cena work(s) trabajar (trabaja)
    work as trabaja de work for trabaja para would you like…? ¿quisieras?/ ¿quisiera?


    MR MORGAN ISN´T SMOKING, BUT HE SMOKES (El Sr. Morgan no está fumando, pero sí fuma)

    I´m sitting… you´re sitting (indica acciones que suceden en el momento en que la persona se refiere a ellas- es el presente contínuo)

    - This is Mr Morgan´s office. What´s Mr Morgan doing now? Look! There´s a packet of cigarettes and a ashtray on his desk. Is Mr Morgan smoking? No, he´s not. He isn´t smoking, but he smokes. He smokes cigarettes.
    - Does he smoke French cigarettes? No, he doesn´t. What kind of cigarettes does he smoke? He smokes English cigarettes. Does she smoke filter cigarettes? Yes, he does.
    - Look! Mr Morgan is drinking something. Is he drinking beer? Is he drinking wine? No, he isn´t drinking beer, and he isn´t drinking wine either. Mr Morgan doesn´t drink beer or wine at the office. He drinks them at home or in a restaurant. He´s drinking coffee now.
    - Who else is in Mr Morgan´s office? It´s Janet Brown, his secretary. Is Janet typing? No, she´s not. Janet types, but she´s not typing now. She´s speaking to Mr Morgan now. What language are they speaking? They´re speaking English, of course. They´re in England. Mr Morgan speaks French too, but he´s not speaking French now. H speaks French in France.
    - Does Mr Morgan smoke cigarettes? ______________________________________
    - Does he smoke cigars or cigarettes? ______________________________________
    - Is he smoking a cigarette now? ______________________________________
    - I beg your perdon! He´s smoking or he´s no smoking now? _________________________________
    - What´s he doing now, is he smoking or drinking? ______________________________________
    - Is he drinking wine? ______________________________________
    - Does he drink wine at the office? ______________________________________
    - Where does he drik wine, at the office or at home? ______________________________________
    - What does Mr Morgan do?
    o (go) He goes to the office at eight o´clock
    o (sit) He ___________ at his big desk
    o (drink) He ___________ five cups of coffee a day
    o (smoke) He doesn´t _____________ cigars, but he ________________ cigarettes
    - And what about you?
    o (go) I go to the office at eight o´clock
    o (sit) I ____________________________________
    o (drink) I ____________________________________
    o (smoke) I ___________________________________
    - Janet reads newspapers at home (I) I read newspapers at home too
    - Mr Morgan doesn´t eat at the office (you) You don´t eat at the office either
    - We don´t drink wine (he) _________________________________
    - I listen to the radio (you) _________________________________
    - Miss Santos doesn´t speak Japanese (I) _________________________________
    - Mr Phillips smokes cigarettes (we) _________________________________
    - Does Bill speak English and French? He speaks English, but he doesn´t speak French
    - Do you read newspapers and magazines? I _______________________________________
    - Does Mr Schulz drink beer and wine? She _____________________________________
    - Do I smoke cigarettes and cigars? You _____________________________________
    - Does Mr Morgan have a car and a lorry? He ______________________________________

    JANET GETS UP AT SIX O´CLOCK (Janet se levanta a las seis)
    - It´s five o´clock. Is Janet at the office? No, she´s not. She´s in bed. What´s she doing? She´s sleeping. Janet goes to bed at about ten o´clok at night and sleeps until about six o´clock in the morning.
    - It´s six o´clock now. Janet isn´t sleeping now. She´s getting up. Today is Monday.Janet gets up early on Monday morning. (She doesn´t get up early on Saturday and Sunday. At the weekend she gets up late. She stays in bed tii nine or ten o´clock at the weekend).
    - Does Janet go to bed at midnight? _____________________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! She goes to bed at midnight or she doesn´t go to bed at midnight? _____________ __________________________________________________________________________________
    - What time does she go to bed? _____________________________________________
    - And what time does she get up? _____________________________________________
    - Does she get up early on Monday? _____________________________________________
    - Does she get up early on Sunday too? _____________________________________________
    - Does she get up early or late on Sunday? _____________________________________________

    JANET HAS BREAKFAST AT SEVEN O´CLOCK (Janet desayuna a las siete)
    - It´s six-thirty now. Janet´s getting dressed. First she gets up and then she gets dressed. (At night she gets undressed and then she goes to bed)
    - It´s seven o´clock. Janet´s eating now. She´s eating breakfast. She has breakfast after she gets up. What´s she having for breakfast? She´s having toast and coffee.
    - Janet has breakfast in the morning. She eats again at noon. At noon she has lunch. And in the evening she has dinner. She has dinner before she goes to bed.
    - Does Janet get up in the morning? ____________________________________________
    - Does she get dressed in the morning too? ____________________________________________
    - Does she get dressed before she gets up? ____________________________________________
    - First she gets up and then she gets dressed.
    - Does she eat breakfast after she gets dressed? ______________________________________
    - First she gets dressed and then she eats breakfast
    - Does Janet eat breakfast at noon? ____________________________________________
    - Does she eat breakfast at noon or at seven o´clock? _______________________________________
    - And what time does she eat lunch? ____________________________________________
    - What time does Janet go to bed? ____________________________________________
    - What time does she get up in the morning? ____________________________________________
    - And what about Sunday? ____________________________________________
    - What does Janet do first in the morning? ____________________________________________
    - And what does she do then? ____________________________________________
    - What does Janet do at seven o´clock? ____________________________________________
    - Does she have breakfast before or after she gets up? ______________________________________
    - What does she eat at noon? ____________________________________________
    - Does she have dinner before or after she goes to bed? _____________________________________


    JANET GOES TO THE OFFICE AT EIGHT O´CLOCK. (Janet va a la oficina a las ocho)
    - It´s eight o´clock now. Janet´s standing at the door. She´s leaving now. She´s leaving home and going to the office. Does she go to the office in the evening? No, she doesn´t. when does she go to the office, in the evening or in the morning?. She goes to the office in the morning. She leaves home at eight o´clock and walks to the bus stop. At nine o´clock she gets to the office.
    - It´s nine o´clock. Janet´s standing at her desk. What does she do at the office? She works. She works from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. She works for a big English company in London. Janet works as secretary. She´s Mr Morgan´s secretary.
    - It´s a quarter past twelve now. Janet´s sitting in a restaurant. She´s having lunch. She´s eating soup and drinking a glass of milk. Janet leaves the office and goes to lunch at noon. She gets back to work at about 1:00 p.m. In the afternoon she stays at the office until five o´clock.
    - Does Janet get to the office at eight o´clock? _______________________________________
    - What time does she get to the office? _______________________________________
    - What does she do at the office? Does she work there? _______________________________________
    - Does she work for a small Japanese company? _______________________________________
    - I beg your pardon! She works for a small Japanese company or she doesn´t work for a small Japanese company? __________________________________________________________________________
    - What kind of company does she work for? _______________________________________
    - Does Janet work until 6:00 p.m.? _______________________________________
    - Does she work until 6:00 p.m. or until 5:00 p.m.? _______________________________________
    - Does she work as a teacher or as a secretary? _______________________________________
    - Fill in the correct word of words; gets to, works for, has, leaves, sleeps, gets back, gets up, goes to bed.
    - Janet leaves home at eight in the morning.
    - Janet ___________________________ a big company in London
    - She ____________________________ at six o´clock in the morning
    - She ____________________________ breakfast at seven o´clock
    - She ____________________________ the office at nine o´clock
    - She has lunch at noon and ____________________________ to work at about one o´clock
    - She ____________________________ at about ten o´clock at night
    - She ____________________________ at night
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    JANET GOES HOME AT FIVE O´CLOCK (Janet se va a casa a las cinco)
    - It´s ten past five. Janet´s at the bus stop. She´s getting on the bus. She´s going home. Janet leaves the office at about five o´clock and gets home at about six. On the bus she sits and reads a newspaper or a magazine. She gets off at Kensington High Street.
    - It´s eight o´clock. Janet´s back at home. She´s sitting in an armchair. She´s watching television. Does she watch television in the morning? No, she doesn´t. When does she watch television? She watches it in the evening after she has dinner. Janet gets home from the office at about six o´clock. When she gets home, she has dinner. She eats a big dinner: meat or fish, potatoes, vegetables, and salad. With dinner she has a glass of wine. When dinner is over, she watches television. Then she gets undressed and goes to bed.
    - Janet lives in a flat. Her flat is in a building on Kensington High Street. There are twenty-four flats in Janet´s building. Janet´s flat is small, but is very nice.
    - Does Janet go home by car? _____________________________________________
    - How does she go home? _____________________________________________
    - Does she get home at about five o´clock? _____________________________________________
    - What time does she get home? _____________________________________________
    - Does she watch television in the morning? _____________________________________________
    - She watches television in the evening.
    - Does she watch television before she has dinner? ________________________________________
    - When does she watch television? ________________________________________
    - And what does she do then? ________________________________________
    - Does Janet get on the bus or off the bus at ten past five? _____________________________________
    - What does she do on the bus? ________________________________________
    - What does she do when she gets home from work? ________________________________________
    - What does Janet have for dinner? ________________________________________
    - Does she have water or wine with dinner? ________________________________________
    - What does she do when dinner is over? ________________________________________
    - Where´s Janet´s flat? ________________________________________
    - How many flats are there in her building? ________________________________________

    Rewrite the sentences using before or after
    - First Janet gets up; then she gets dressed
    o before. She gets up before she gets dressed
    o after. She gets dressed after she gets up
    - First Janet gets undressed; then she goes to bed
    o (before) ______________________________________________________________
    - First Mr Morgan has breakfast; then he goes to work
    o (after) _______________________________________________________________
    - First Mrs Schulz gets up; then she has breakfast
    o (after) ________________________________________________________________
    - First the students listen; then they speak
    o (before) _______________________________________________________________
    - First Janet leaves home; then she goes to the bus stop
    o (after) _________________________________________________________________
    - First the passengers go to the airport; then they get on the plane
    o (after) ________________________________________________________________
    - First I write the name; the I write the address
    o (before) _______________________________________________________________
    - First Mr Tanaka watches television; then he has dinner
    o (after) ________________________________________________________________
    - First John gets on the bus; then he reads a newspaper
    o (after) _________________________________________________________________
    - First Miss Santos has lunch; then she writes a letter.
    o (before) ________________________________________________________________


    JANET GOES OUT ON SATURDAY EVENING. (Janet sale de paseo los sábados por la noche)
    - It´s Saturday evening. Janet´s going out. She´s going to a concert with her friend Carlo Rossi. Carlo´s Italian. Look! They´re in his car. Carlo is driving and Janet is sitting next to him. They´re listening to music on the car radio.
    - Janet and Carlo are at the concert now. Janet usually goes out on Saturday evening. Sometimes she goes to the cinema and sometimes she goes to a concert. Does she ever go out on Sunday evening? No, she doesn´t. On Sunday evening Janet never goes out. She always stay at home and relaxes. Janet is always asleep by ten o´clock on Sunday evening. And, of course, on Monday she goes back to work
    - Is Janet going to the cinema this evening? _____________________________________
    - Where´s she going? _____________________________________
    - She´s going to a concert with Carlo
    - Does Janet go to a concert every Sunday evening? _____________________________________
    - Sometimes she goes to the cinema
    - Does she go out or stay at home on Sunday evening? ______________________________________
    Janet gets home. She has dinner When Janet gets home, she has dinner
    - Mr Morgan gets to the office. He has a cup of coffee ______________________________________
    - The children get home. They have a glass of milk ______________________________________
    - The concert is over. The people go home ______________________________________
    - I´m in Paris. I speak French ______________________________________
    - The plane isn´t coming from New York; it´s going to New York
    - In the morning Mrs Morgan doesn´t go to bed; she ________________________________________
    - The secretary gets to the office at nine o´clock; she ________________________________________
    - John doesn´t get up early at the weekend; he gets up _______________________________________
    - Janet _____________________ in the morning; at night she gets undressed.
    - Bill doesn´t have breakfast before he gets up; He has it _________________ he gets up.
    - Janet goes to work by train (never) Janet never goes to work by train.
    - Mr Morgan is at the office during the week (always) Mr Morgan is always at the office during the week
    - Carlo drives a small car (always) Carlo __________________________________
    - I eat dinner at that restaurant (sometimes) I ______________________________________
    - The film is over at nine o´clock (usually) The ____________________________________
    - Peter is in bed at ten o´clock (sometimes) Peter ___________________________________
    - The dresses in this shop are cheap (never) The ____________________________________
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