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Ejercicios de artículos a/an

Observa el video para que te des una idea mas clara de cuando y como utilizar correctamente a / an, dependiendo de la estructura de la oración, sabemos que /a/ se utiliza antes de cualquier consonante y /an/ antes de las vocales, escucha los ejemplos que se muestran en el video, y después contesta el ejercicio, además de ayudarte a dominar el tema te servirá para ampliar tu vocabulario y la comprensión del idioma, verifica las respuestas al final para saber tu puntuación,

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Ejercicios de apóstrofes en inglés

Observa el video y después contesta en el ejercicio lo que representa ´s en cada oración, para poder contestar correctamente el ejercicio es importante que primero observes y escuches las explicaciones de cuando, como y porque utilizar la apóstrofe en determinadas situaciones, será una herramienta valiosa para aprender lo anterior, es muy sencillo solo es cuestión de práctica y dedicación.

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Ejercicios de gramática – to be, preguntas con to be, frases negativas, tag questions

Te proponemos unos ejercicios de gramática.
Las soluciones las tienes más abajo.

ETXETRCISES

1. Change the following pairs of words into sentences, using the correct forms of the Simple Present of the verb to be. For example:
I, cautious
I am cautious.

they, friendly
They are friendly.

1. you, careful
2. it, warm
3. he, here
4. we, bold
5. they, careless
6. she, clever
7. we, ready
8. you, reckless
9. I, shy
10. they, polite
2. Change the affirmative statements resulting from Exercise 1 into questions. For example:
I am cautious.
Am I cautious?

They are friendly.
Are they friendly?
3. Change the affirmative statements resulting from Exercise 1 into negative statements. For example:
I am cautious.
I am not cautious.

They are friendly.
They are not friendly.
4. Change the affirmative statements resulting from Exercise 1 into negative questions. Except where the subject of the verb is I, write both the form without contractions and the form with contractions. For example:
I am cautious.
Am I not cautious?

They are friendly.
Are they not friendly?
Aren’t they friendly?
5. Add negative tag questions to the ends of the affirmative statements resulting from Exercise 1. Except where the subject of the verb is I, use contractions for the tag questions. For example:
I am cautious.
I am cautious, am I not?

They are friendly.
They are friendly, aren’t they?
6. Using the Simple Present of the verb to be, and making sure that the word order is correct, form the following groups of words into grammatically correct statements or questions. If the symbol ? is present, form the words into a question. If the word not is present, form the words into a negative statement or negative question. Do not use contractions in this exercise. For example:
it, brown
It is brown.

you, ?, excited
Are you excited?

I, satisfied, not
I am not satisfied.

not, ?, they, ready
Are they not ready?

1. you, ?, hungry
2. we, ?, not, correct
3. he, ?, happy
4. not, ?, it, cold
5. she, here
6. I, early, ?
7. they, wrong, not
8. you, ?, comfortable
9. they, ?, not, strong
10. not, ?, I, fortunate
11. it, slippery, ?
12. not, you, late
13. it, not, ?, important
14. we, famous
15. they, present, ?
Answers

ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISES

Answers to Exercise 1:
1. You are careful. 2. It is warm. 3. He is here. 4. We are bold. 5. They are careless. 6. She is clever. 7. We are ready. 8. You are reckless. 9. I am shy. 10. They are polite.

Answers to Exercise 2:
1. Are you careful? 2. Is it warm? 3. Is he here? 4. Are we bold? 5. Are they careless? 6. Is she clever? 7. Are we ready? 8. Are you reckless? 9. Am I shy? 10. Are they polite?

Answers to Exercise 3:
1. You are not careful. 2. It is not warm. 3. He is not here. 4. We are not bold. 5. They are not careless. 6. She is not clever. 7. We are not ready. 8. You are not reckless. 9. I am not shy. 10. They are not polite.

Answers to Exercise 4:
1. Are you not careful? Aren’t you careful? 2. Is it not warm? Isn’t it warm? 3. Is he not here? Isn’t he here? 4. Are we not bold? Aren’t we bold? 5. Are they not careless? Aren’t they careless? 6. Is she not clever? Isn’t she clever? 7. Are we not ready? Aren’t we ready? 8. Are you not reckless? Aren’t you reckless? 9. Am I not shy? 10. Are they not polite? Aren’t they polite?

Answers to Exercise 5:
1. You are careful, aren’t you? 2. It is warm, isn’t it? 3. He is here, isn’t he? 4. We are bold, aren’t we? 5. They are careless, aren’t they? 6. She is clever, isn’t she? 7. We are ready, aren’t we? 8. You are reckless, aren’t you? 9. I am shy, am I not? 10. They are polite, aren’t they?

Answers to Exercise 6:
1. Are you hungry? 2. Are we not correct? 3. Is he happy? 4. Is it not cold? 5. She is here. 6. Am I early? 7. They are not wrong. 8. Are you comfortable? 9. Are they not strong? 10. Am I not fortunate? ii. Is it slippery? 12. You are not late. 13. Is it not important? 14. We are famous. 15. Are they present?