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Des 04 2012

Capitalization Rules

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A2  (nivell 2), B1  (Nivell 3) I B2.1 (Nivell 4)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to learn how to capitalize in English.

Task: Read the Capitalization Rules in English and complete the following exercise.

 

 


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Mai 16 2011

Relative Pronouns: cloze texts

Idioma: anglès
Nivell: B2.1 (nivell 4)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objective: learn how to use relative pronouns in a written text.

Task: complete the text with the correct relative pronouns (who, whom, whose, which, that, where, when, what). You can find the texts here: cloze text1 , cloze text 2

Tips: Read about RELATIVE PRONOUNS in the following document


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Gen 28 2010

Verbs 3_4

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Idioma : Anglès

Nivell : B1 / B2.1 (nivell 3 i 4)

Destresa : gramàtica

Objectives:

  • To learn how to use tenses accurately

Task:


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Des 11 2009

Prepositions

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Idioma: Anglès
Nivell: B1 / B2.1 (nivell 3 i 4)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives:
To learn how to use some prepositions of time and direction, first by reading a short introduction and then by applying them in some exercises.

Task:

Read this explanation about prepositions and try to fill in the gaps in the exercise below.

Grammar:

When do we use in, on, at or to?

• In: We use in when we talk about things or people inside other thing or places.
E.g.: Jack lives in Spain.
Sarah is in the hospital.

• On: We use on when we talk about one thing on the surface of another.
E.g.: There´s a pencil on the table.

We also use on when we talk about cinema, radio, telephone, television and the days of the week.

E.g.: There is a good film on the cinema.
My birthday is on December 27.

• At: We use at when we talk about places and arriving at places.
E.g.: We arrived at London Airport.
We also use at when we talk about position and home, work and school. It is also used in the expressions at the front, at the back and at the end.
E.g.: His wife is at home.

• To: We use to with verbs of movement.
E.g.: I am going to London.
He went to the cinema yesterday.

We do not use to with home and here or there.
E.g.: Mary is coming here tomorrow.


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Set 07 2009

Definite vs. indefinite articles 4

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Idioma: anglès
Nivell: B1 / B2.1 (nivell 3 i 4)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal of this activity is to learn the difference between definite and indefinite articles and when to use them correctly.

Task:
Fill in the blanks of the attached exercise with the correct definite or indefinite article or leave it blank if no article is needed.

Tips:

The is a definite article and is used to refer to specific or particular nouns.
A/an are indefinite articles and are used to modify non-specific nouns.
a + followed by a consonant
an + followed by a vowel
exception: a + followed by a constant sound => a European country (sounds like ‘yer-o-pi-an,’ i.e. begins with consonant ‘y’ sound)
o The indefinite articles are used to specify membership in a profession, nation, or religion.
o Do use the definite article before: names of rivers, oceans and seas, points on the globe (the Equator), geographical areas (the West), deserts, forests, gulfs, and peninsulas
o Do not use the definite article before: names of countries (except the Netherlands and the US), names of cities, towns, or states/provinces, names of streets, names of lakes and bays (except with a group of lakes like the Great Lakes), names of mountains (except with ranges of mountains), names of continents, names of islands (except with island chains)


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