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Tabla de verbos irregulares (Irregular verbs)

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Be Was Been Ser o estar
Supporting Bear Bore Born
Hit Beat Beat Beaten
Become Became Become Becoming
Begin Begin Began Begun
Biting Bit Bite Biten
Blow Blow Blew Blown
Rest Break Broke Broken
Bring Bring Brought Brought
Build Building Built Built
Burst Burn Burning Burnt
Burst Burst Burst Burst
Buy Buy Bought Bought
Can Could Power ........
Catch Catch Caught Caught
Select Choose Chose Chosen
Came Come Come Come
Costa Costa Costa Costa
Cut Cut Cut Cut
Deal Deal Dealt Dealt
Dig Dug Dig Dug
Make Do Did Done
Dream Dreamed Dreaming Dreamed
Drink Drank Drunk Drinking
Drive Driven Driving Drove
Eat Eat Ate Eaten
Fall Fallen Falling Fell
Feed Feed Fed Fed
Feel Felt Felt Sentir
Fight Fight Fought Fought
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Editorial

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advantages and disadvantages of being and erasmus students

Nowadays, a lot of students go to Erasmus to study some subjects or the full course and have opportunity to develop in overseas.

There are a lot of advantages and disadvantages:

On th one hand there are lot advantages as you meet a lot of people from different countries.Besides,you can learn other languajes,for example English,French,Italian.Also learn about other cultures, go to the parties...

On the other hand are lot disadvantages as you can´t see your family and friends.The food is different and you can´t meet anyone also the teachers only speak and don´t adapt to you.

In mi opinion, the people go to Erasmus because they meet new friend, know other countries and especially have fun

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Irregular

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InfinitivePast simplePast participe 

be

was/were

been

 beat

beat

beaten

 become

became

become

 begin

began

begun

bite

bit

bitten

blow

blew

blown

break

broke

broken

bring

brought

brougth

build

built

built

buy

bought

bougth

catch

caught

caught

choose

chose

chosen

come

came

come

cost

cost

cost

cut

cut

cut

do

did

done

draw

drew

drawn

drink

drank

drunk

drive

drove

 driven

eat

ate

eaten

fall

fell

fallen

feel

felt

felt

figth

fought

fought

find

found

found

fly

flew

flown

forget

forgot

forgotten

get

got

got

give

gave

given

go

went

gone

grow

grew

grown

hang

hung

hung

have

had

had

hear

heard

heard

hide

hid

hidden

hit

hit

hit

hold

held

held

hurt

hurt

hurt

keep

kept

kept

know

knew

known

leave

left

left

Table verbs iiregulares

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infinitive: past participle:
be been
break broken
do done
drink drunk
drive driven
eat eaten
give given
go gone
have had
make made
meet met
read read
ride ridden
see seen
send sent
speak spoken
take taken
win won
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Passive voice

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Passivie voice: pres simp simp or past
am
is
are + main verb in past partiiciple
was
were
(when prural)
Ac the tornado destroyed thirty houses
Pass house
s were thirty Destoyer by
The tornado

Pres progressive or past progressive
am
is
are + being + main verb in past progressive
was
were
Ac commuttee is (was) considering several
new propusals
Pass several new propusal
s are (were) being
considering by the commuttee
Ac they are now studying english
Pass Español is now being studied by them

Have
have + been + main verb in past participle
had
Ac the company has ordered some new equipment
Pass some new equipment has been ordered
by the company

** FeLiPe **


Modals
Modalt + be + main verb in past participle
Ac the manager
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English-Select2

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"A LIFE'S AMBITION: TO CROSS THE BORDER" 2006-6
(A) 1)
THEY USED TO COME BY BOAT BUT NOW THEY TRY TO CROSS THE BORDER.
2) THE WIRE FENCE AND THE GUARD.
b) 3) FALSE. ... THE DOUBLE. . . FENCES. . . HAVE NOT PUT THEM OFF (line 4), or SCALE THEM AND THEY ARE A FEW
BOUND TO SUCCEED
(lines 6-7)
4) FALSE. ... THEY CHOOSE THEIR MOMENT CAREFULLY. (Lines 5-6)
5) FALSE. ... MANY HAVE NO FAMILY LEFT (lines 8-9)
6) RUE. ... THEY ARE MORE THAN Overflowing (lines 10-11)
(B) USE OF ESPAÑOL
7)
FRONTIER SIDE, EDGE, BRINK, MARGIN, LIMIT, BOUNDARY, (U.S.: "LINE")
8) SHELTER (line 10)
9) (A) profit
10) PERMANENT, EVERLASTING, ETERNAL
11) These men and women can go nowhere else.
These men and women ... can not
GO ANYWHERE ELSE
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Cook

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Chapter 1
1. Why was...The Fertilising Room was an important place
because humans were mass-produced there.
Mass-production was society’s most important
tool.
2. How did...The Bokanovsky process created groups of
identical men and women. Everyone had the
same attitude so there was no conflict.
3. What happened...Thirty per cent of the female embryos
developed normally. The others were given a
male sex hormone. This made them sterile and
they wouldn’t produce eggs.
4. According to...According to the Director, the secret of
happiness was to make people like who they
were and what society made them do.

Chapter 2
1.What happened... The babies moved away in horror.
2. Why were...Delta babies were conditioned to hate books as
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Tabla de verbos regulares e irregulares

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Infinitive Simple Past Past Participle Spanish
add added added add
answer answered answered reply
apologize apologized apologized apologize
arrest arrested arrested arrest
arrive arrived arrived get
ask asked asked ask
attack attacked attacked attack
be i was / were been be
become i became become become
begin i began begun begin
believe Believed Believed believe
boil boiled boiled boil
book booked booked book
borrow borrowed borrowed borrow
break i broke broken break
bring i Brought Brought bring
build i built built build
i buy bought bought buy
i catch caught caught catch
carry Carried Carried carry
change changed changed change
chop chopped chopped sting
clean cleaned cleaned clean
climb climbed climbed scalar
collect collected collected
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Greening the Sahara

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Greening the Sahara.

1. a) True. Egypt's population is expected to double by 2050,

and already crowded living conditions will likely get worse.

b)  False. {...}crowded living consitions will likely get worse.

So the keen to encourage people to settle in the desert by

moving ahead with an expensive plan to reclaim 3,4 million

acres of desert over the next 10 years.

2. a) Because he is a farmer whose job consists on growing

fruits in a place that in the past was totall part of the Sahara

desert.

b) On one hand, because the think that agriculture might not

give so much benefits as the government wants, and on the

other hand, because it might destroy the touristic wild

envitonment in Egypt.

3. a) Vast. b)Likely. c) Because. d) Rather than.

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Exam one

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To trounce= to beat

To master=to perfect

At the outset=from the star

Errant=misdirected

To shut out=to ignore

Stroke yes, attitude yes, complain no, tricky no

1 Brian Green's job for the past three summers has been tennis instructor

2 According to the author, there are 4 steps to accomplishing the goal of winning tennis.

These are: basics, practice, concentration and attitude.

3 The key characterist of the popular coaching system developed in Spain is that they don't use a tennis ball.

4For a beginning player it's important to develop some basic skills that are very important, such as correct positioning, proper swing,

 footwork, tecnique and shut out distractions.

5 For Brian Green, winning tennis is playing the game to the best ot the player's ability,

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