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Complete the second sentence

  1. We haven’t hadf amy for hours we’re getting very Hungry
  2. My neighbor asked me out  and we went on a D_____last nigh
  3. The childrenneed something to drink they’re all getting T______
  4. My dad dosen’t live with us. He and my mom S______up when i was ten
  5. Mary and Steve aren’t married any more. They got D_______ last year
  6. Sthephanie has been sick for weeks. Her husband is starting to get very W___  about her

 Bmatch the sentences

  1. On agugust 4th i bécame shopia’s husband     b
  2. I was a romantic relationship with her              d
  3. We officialy ended our marriage                        e
  4. I invited him to come to the concert with me  f
  5.  I had dinner with a man i’d never met               a
  6. I went on a blind date
  7. I got married
  8. I got engaged
  9. I was going out with her
  10. I got divorcied
  11. I asked him out

c-  complete the sentences box

---angry ---Split up ---get engaged---going on a date--- gone

  1. Gone
  2. Angry
  3. Split up
  4. Get engaged

----asked---blinddate---bored---divorced---got married----hungry----split up

  1. Blind date
  2. Hungry
  3. Got married

A complete the sentences with the correct

  1. I relle don’t like paying video games (play)

--Like+-ing form--

  1. Affirmative he likes visiting  museums
  2. Negative – they don’t like shopping online
  3. Question- do you like swimming? What do you like doing?

--Would(‘d)like+ the full infinitive--

  1. I’d like to order a salad please
  2. She wouldn’t like to go on a blind date
  3. Would he like to come with us?

--Would(‘d)prefer+the full infinitive--

  1. We would prefer to stay at home tonight
  2. We would prefer no to drive
  3. Would you prefer to shop online?

--Would(‘d) rather+base form--

  1. I would rather eat fish instead of chiken
  2. He would rather not play videogames
  3. Would you rather have rice with your meat?

Too, enough, not enough…


----Too+ adjetive = the soup is too cold ----

---Adjetive+ enough = the chiken is hot enough---

---Not+adjetive+enough = the sauce is not spicy enough, the drinks are not cold enough---

Quantifiers contable/incontable











 no, none 
no, ninguno/a



 a lot of/ lots of 



 little/a little 
poco/un poco


 few/a few 
pocos/unos pocos


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